Jan.5 Scores and Highlights

Posted Jan. 05, 2009, at 6:58 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Monday’s Results

Ashland 72, Washburn 41

Calais 67, Washington Acad. 55

Dexter 62, Searsport 48

Easton 75, Wisdom 49

Livermore 75, Telstar 52

Madison 53, Winthrop 32

Massabesic 60, Noble 42

Monmouth 85, Hall-Dale 79, OT

Mountain Valley 51, Jay 42

Mt. Abram 78, Carrabec 72, 2OT

Shead 59, Machias 48

Sumner 61, Bangor Christian 56

Traip Academy 59, St. Dominic 41

Westbrook 68, Sanford 29

Wiscasset 84, Boothbay 33

Woodland 78, Lubec 47

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Monday’s Results

Central Aroostook 40, Southern Aroostook 36

Easton 48, Wisdom 35

Fort Fairfield 52, Katahdin 47

Georges Valley 39, Lisbon 37

Madawaska 63, Van Buren 22

MDI 47, Mattanawcook 38

Old Town 36, Ellsworth 27

Penobscot Valley 42, Penquis 35

Sanford 50, Westbrook 42

St. Dominic 56, Traip 37

Washburn 32, Hodgdon 28 (OT)

Woodland 63, Lubec 54

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BOYS HOCKEY

Monday’s Results

Gardiner 3, Orono 2

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COLLEGE

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Monday’s Results

Southern Maine 81, Husson 64

UM-Fort Kent 65, New Brunswick-St. John 39

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Ashland 72, Washburn 41

At Washburn, Jeremy Tarr scored a game-high 35 points to power Ashland by Washburn. Lucas Hafford chipped in with 12 points for the Hornets. Nick McIntosh tallied 18 points to pace Washburn.

Calais 67, Washington Acad. 55

At Calais, senior center Cal Shorey scored 21 points and pulled down 16 rebounds as the Blue Devils won this early-season Downeast Athletic Conference battle of unbeatens. The win was the 64th straight overall for the three-time defending Eastern Maine Class C champions and the 59th consecutive regular-season victory for coach Ed Leeman’s club. Senior guard Jordan Leeman added 14 points, six rebounds and five assists for 4-0 Calais, while Jeremy Carr and reserve Jeff Johnston each scored 11 points. Junior guard Ben Teer led 7-1 Washington Academy of East Machias with 20 points, 16 in the first half, while Matthew Smith scored 15 points and Noah von Rotz added 11. Calais led 30-24 at halftime, but WA rallied to take its only lead since 3-2 on a three-point drive by Smith with 3:56 left in the third quarter. Calais countered with a 10-2 run to regain control, as Shorey hit a jumper, fed Leeman for a low-post basket and added a follow-up shot to help give the Blue Devils a 46-39 cushion. Washington Academy stayed in contention by making 16 of 18 free throws during the second half, but Shorey and Carr each scored six points in the fourth quarter to preserve the victory.

Easton 75, Wisdom 49

At Easton, Brad Trask led four Easton scorers in double figures with 22 points as the Bears topped Wisdom of St. Agatha. Sam Bacon netted 12 points while Sean Daniels scored 11 points and Cory White added 10 for Easton. Curtis Picard paced Wisdom with 23 points and Kurtis Daigle added 13.

Woodland 78, Lubec 47

At Lubec, Cory Rolfe scored 21 points to lead the Woodland Dragons past Lubec. Ben Sears added 15 points and Chad James 11 for the Dragons. Timmy Gross led all scorers with 27 points for the Hornets.

Sumner 61, Bangor Christian 56

At Bangor, Dan Leighton netted 20 points to spark Sumner of East Sullivan by Bangor Christian. Chris Weaver scored 14 points while Woody Huber added 12 for the Tigers. Brett Bradford paced Bangor Christian with 25 points. Tyler Alexander and Jon Johnson added 13 points apiece for the Patriots.

Shead 59, Machias 48

At Machias, Wayne Clossey scored eight points in the second quarter when Shead outscored Machias 20-11 en route to its fourth victory. Dave Mederios paced the Tigers of Eastport with 17 points, Clossey added 16, and Justin Lewey put in 10. Lewey also grabbed 12 rebounds and Clossey had 10. Michael Jenkins led the Bulldogs with 22 points and Ty Richards netted 16.

Dexter 62, Searsport 48

At Searsport, Andrew Lary nailed five 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 21 points to lead the Tigers by the Vikings. Kyle Gould chipped in with 15 points for Dexter and Chris Chambers netted 14. Dan Peach led Searsport with 12 points and Dylan McFarlin added 11.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Easton 48, Wisdom 35

At Easton, the Bears outscored the Pioneers of St. Agatha 17-8 in the third quarter en route to the victory. Ariana Babineau paced Easton with 18 points and Sarah Plourde and Ashley Nick-erson each added seven. Hayley Cyr led Wisdom with 11 points while Deliya Michaud and Kayla Guerrette each netted eight.

Woodland 63, Lubec 54

At Lubec, the Dragons built a sizeable first-half lead, then had to overcome a five-point deficit late in the third quarter to beat the Hornets and stay unbeaten. Julia Nichols scored 20 points to pace Woodland, while Ashley Laking and Kelsey Burtt tossed in 13 and 11 points, respectively. Shelby Searles poured in a game-high 29 points to lead Lubec. Megan Huntley chipped in with 11 points.

Fort Fairfield 52, Katahdin 47

At Stacyville, Whitney Clark scored 14 points to lead undefeated Fort Fairfield by Katahdin. Brooke Beaulieu netted 13 points while Amanda Hotham added 12 for the Tigers. Olivia McNally paced Katahdin with 16 points while Jalisa Moore added 10.

MDI 47, Mattanawcook 38

At Bar Harbor, Sara Carroll scored nine of her 13 points in the first quarter when the Mount Desert Island Trojans jumped out to a 19-6 lead en route to their sixth victory. Anna Joy chipped in with 10 points for the Trojans. Renee Libbey paced the Lynx of Lincoln with 11 points and Katelyn DeRaps added 10.

Cen. Aroostook 40, SAHS 36

At Mars Hill, Rachael Grew hit five of six free throws in the fourth quarter and helped Central Aroostook put out a win over Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook. Vicki McIntyre led the CAHS Panthers with 18 points while Grew had 12. Kristen Long had 10 rebounds. The visiting Warriors cut the Panthers’ lead to 38-36 with 1:11 left, but Grew’s foul shots kept CAHS ahead. Liz Goodall led the Warriors with 16 points.

Houlton 68, Schenck 39

At Houlton, Vanessa Sanderson scored 16 points and three of her teammates scored 10 or more apiece to lead the Shiretowners past Schenck of East Millinocket. Martha McPartlin scored 12 for Houlton while Courtney Putnam and Desiree Dow each had 10. Ashley Deloge led the Wolverines with 11 points.

Old Town 36, Ellsworth 27

At Ellsworth, the Coyotes outscored the Eagles 13-6 in the third quarter to take control. Sarah Wilcox’s 17-point performance paced Old Town. Sarah Stanley led Ellsworth with seven points.

Washburn 32, Hodgdon 28

At Hodgdon, Rebecca Campbell scored with eight-tenths of a second left in regulation to send the game into overtime and then added two free throws in the extra session to help Washburn prevail. Campbell finished with 14 points for Washburn while Rachel Palmer and Amber Reed each added eight. Kate Duff paced Hodgdon with seven points and Gillian London grabbed 11 rebounds.

Madawaska 63, Van Buren 22

At Madawaska, Kallie Pelletier registered 17 points to lead Madawaska by Van Buren. Emma Dionne added 12 points for the Owls. Jennifer Ouellette netted nine points to pace Van Buren.

PVHS 42, Penquis 35

At Howland, Penobscot Valley outscored Penquis 18-9 in the third quarter and held on for the victory. Kirstie Dawson tossed in a game-high 16 points to propel the Howlers. Reese Leonard pulled down 13 rebounds, including eight in the fourth quarter. Erica Lyford’s 11 points paced Penquis of Milo.

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WRESTLING

At Howland

Penobscot Valley 54, Calais 24

103: David Sirois (PV) by forfeit; 112: Monique Theriault (PV) by forfeit; 119: Scott Carpenter (C) pinned Greg Rowley 3:41; 125: Zack Lafreniere (PV) by forfeit; 130: Adam Morrison (C) by forfeit; 135: Spencer McCormack (C) by forfeit; 140: Brandyn Tozier (PV) by forfeit; 145: Adam Brown (PV) pinned Connor Murphy 1:18; 152: Adam Bailey (C) by forfeit; 160: Matt Theriault (PV) by forfeit; 171: Andrew Jipson (PV) by forfeit; 189: Tony Jipson (PV) by forfeit; 285: C.J. Stratton (PV) by forfeit

Penobscot Valley 46, Mattanawcook Acad. 16

103: David Sirois (PV) by forfeit; 112: Beau Gagnon (PV) by forfeit; 119: Greg Rowley (PV) pinned Cody McDonald 4:35; 125: Zack Lafreniere (PV) by forfeit; 140: Brandyn Tozier (PV) by forfeit; 145: Adam Brown (PV) by forfeit; 152: Mike Gerrish (MA) by forfeit; 160: Matt Theriault (PV) dec. Jason Jordan 11-3; 171: Jacob Fernald (MA) dec. Andrew Jipson 10-2; 189: Matt Johnston (MA) def. Tony Jipson injury default; 285: C.J. Stratton (PV) by forfeit

Penobscot Valley 52, George Stevens 6

103: David Sirois (PV) by forfeit; 112: Beau Gagnon (PV) dec. Dustin Piskura 17-4; 119: Greg Rowley (PV) by forfeit; 125: Zack Lafreniere (PV) by forfeit; 140: Conner Meginnis (GSA) pinned Brandyn Tozier 1:51; 145: Adam Brown (PV) by forfeit; 160: Matt Theriault (PV) by forfeit; 171: Andrew Jipson (PV) by forfeit; 189: Tony Jipson (PV) pinned John Jagger 2:27; 285: C.J. Stratton (PV) by forfeit

Penobscot Valley 60, Woodland 12

103: David Sirois (PV) by forfeit; 112: Monique Theriault (PV) by forfeit; 119: Greg Rowley (PV) by forfeit; 125: Zack Lafreniere (PV) by forfeit; 130: Larry Moores (W) by forfeit; 140: Brandyn Tozier (PV) by forfeit; 145: Adam Brown (PV) by forfeit; 160: Matt Theriault (PV) by forfeit; 171: Andrew Jipson (PV) by forfeit; 189: Tony Jipson (PV) by forfeit; 215: Josh Hunnewell (W) by forfeit; 285: C.J. Stratton (PV) by forfeit

Independents

125: Jasper Young (Mattanawcook) by forfeit; 140: Zack Heanssler (Deer Isle) by forfeit

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BOYS HOCKEY

Gardiner 3, Orono 2

At Alfond Arena in Orono, Jordan Caradonna scored an unassisted goal late in third period to lead Gardiner past the Red Riots Monday. Cam Berthiaume and Zoey Fisk each scored a goal for the 6-1 Tigers. Jason Ledoux, Mike Hersom and Alex Wheelock had assists. Chris Howe made 27 saves on 29 shots. Ben Perry had a goal and an assist to lead 3-7 Orono. Tanner Francis scored a goal. Chad Evringer, Dan Perry and Bran-don Paul all had an assist. Andrew Kozerow saved 19 of 22 shots

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

UMFK 65, UNB-Saint John 39

At Saint John, New Brunswick, Kristin Violette tossed in 19 points to power the Bengals to their fourth straight victory. Talisha Herring scored 14 points while Ashley Ames provided 10 points, 11 rebounds and four assists for UMaine-Fort Kent. Jennifer Bergeron tallied 10 points for the hosts.

Nichols 58, Saint Joseph’s 48

At Key Largo, Fla., Nichols turned in a 16-0 second-half scoring run to beat Saint Joseph’s College of Standish in the title game of the Key Largo Classic Tournament on Sunday. All-tournament choice Jessica Nelson paced the Bison with 20 points and 14 rebounds. MVP MaryLynn Skarzenski posted 12 points and eight rebounds. Meghan Daigle earned all-tourney recognition, leading the Monks with 19 points.

Southern Maine 81, Husson 64

At Gorham, Stacey Kent scored 21 points and notched four assists to help the Huskies improve to 10-1. Nicole Paradis chipped in with 16 points and four assists for Southern Maine and Kristi Violette recorded 12 points and 10 rebounds. Shelby Brad-ford paced the Eagles of Bangor with 18 points and 13 rebounds while Jenny Rollins chipped in with 11 points.

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