Jan 7 Scores, Highlights and Postponements

Bangor Daily News
Posted Jan. 07, 2009, at 6:59 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Wednesday’s Results

Easton 60, Ashland 48

Presque Isle 56, Fort Kent 43

Washburn 52, LCS/MSSM 40

Wednesday’s Postponements

DI-Stonington at Sumner, Jan. 15, 7 p.m.

Jonesport-Beals at Calais, Jan. 16, 7 p.m.

Machias at Washington Acad., Jan. 13, 7 p.m.

MDI at Central, Monday

Orono at John Bapst, Jan. 23, 6 p.m.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wednesday’s Results

Caribou 45, Houlton 38

Fort Fairfield 54, Hodgdon 31

Madawaska 38, Central Aroostook 29

Wednesday’s Postponements

Bucksport at Hermon, Friday, Jan. 30, 7 p.m.

Foxcroft at Piscataquis, Thursday, 7 p.m.

Penobscot Valley at Lee, Thursday, 7 p.m.

Penquis at Schenck, Saturday, Jan. 24, 7 p.m.

Southern Aroostook at East Grand, Jan. 15, 6:30 p.m.

Stearns at Bangor Chr., Feb. 2, 7:30 p.m.

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BOYS HOCKEY

Wednesday’s Postponements

Bangor at Hampden, Monday, Feb. 2, 5 p.m.

Lawrence at Brewer, Monday, Jan. 12, 3 p.m.

Leavitt at Orono, Jan. 23, 5:45 p.m.

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WRESTLING

Wednesday’s Postponements

Belfast, Erskine at Mount View, Thursday, 6 p.m. in Belfast

Brewer, Gardiner at Skowhegan, Friday, 6 p.m.

Bucksport, Calvary Chapel, Penobscot Valley, Piscataquis at Ellsworth, no date

Dexter, Winslow at MCI, Thursday, 5 p.m.

Hermon, Old Town at Foxcroft, Thursday, 6 p.m.

Lincoln Academy at Camden Hills, no date

Washington Acad., MDI at George Stevens, no date

Nokomis at Mt. Blue, Wednesday, Jan. 21 (tentative)

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Wednesday’s Results

Curry 87, UMFK 76

Husson 75, Southern Maine 72

Saint Joseph’s 88, Suffolk 76

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Wednesday’s Results

Southern Maine 76, Colby 66

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WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Wednesday’s Results

Southern Maine 4, Sacred Heart 4 (OT)

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WRESTLING

Wednesday’s Postponements

WPI at Southern Maine, cancelled

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HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Washburn 52, LCS/MSSM 40

At Washburn, Nick McIntosh scored nine of his game-high 22 points in the third quarter to help the Beavers preserve their margin over Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics. Brandon Hopkins powered the Eagles with 21 points.

Presque Isle 56, Fort Kent 43

At Presque Isle, Nate Ackerson and Russ Mortland gave the host Wildcats a 1-2 scoring punch with 14 and 13 points, respectively. Jason Johnson grabbed 11 rebounds for the Wildcats. Curtis Bouchard scored 14 to pace the Warriors.

Easton 60, Ashland 48

At Easton, Sean Daniels scored eight of his 15 points in the third quarter as the Bears pulled away from the Hornets. Brad Trask led Easton with 17 points, including 8-for-10 shooting from the line in the fourth quarter to help the Bears maintain their lead. Sam Bacon added a dozen points. Jeremy Tarr powered the Hornets with 17 points, and Carl Nemer posted 14.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Mount View 51, Erskine 45

At South China, Hayleigh Kein scored 14 points to help Mount View of Thorndike to victory over Erskine Academy Tuesday. Alexis Bennett scored 13 points for Mount View. Kaci Hudson led Erskine with 10 points.

Caribou 45, Houlton 38

At Caribou, Amanda Cyr netted 16 points as Caribou pulled off the upset. Katie Ouellette and Jenna Selander added 10 apiece for the Vikings. Vanessa Sanderson’s 14 points led the Houlton Shiretowners.

Madawaska 38, Central Aroostook 29

At Madawaska, Kallie Pelletier scored 10 of her game-high 14 points in the fourth quarter as Madawaska pulled away from Central Aroostook of Mars Hill to avenge an earlier loss. Erin Dugel had eight points with Ashley Cyr and Emma Dionne notching six apiece for the winners, who held Central Aroostook scoreless in the second period. Kristen Long’s 12 points and Vicky McIntyre’s 10 paced Central Aroostook.

Fort Fairfield 54, Hodgdon 31

At Hodgdon, Whitney Clark scored a game-high 22 points to keep the Fort Fairfield Tigers undefeated. Amanda Hotham added 11 points for the Tigers. Taylor Hovey led the Hawks with nine points.

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SKIING

At Hermon Mountain, Tuesday

Slalom

Camden Hills boys 29, Greenville 36, Hampden 43, Lee Academy 68, Bangor 78, John Bapst 99, Mattanawcook 100

1. C.J. Hersbergen (MCI) 58.36, 2. Dustin Hamalainen (CH) 59:51, 3. Kyle Bartlett (Green) 1:00.07, 4. Chris Beland (Bang) 1:00.23, 5. Mi-cah Heanssler (CH) 1:01.71, 6. Mike Moody (CH) 1:02.00, 7. Clayton Forrest (HA) 1:02.27, 8. Troy McVey (Green) 1:02.45, 9. Mike Skarka (HA) 1:03.91, 10. Andrew Henry (HA) 1:04.35, 11. Jake Kuester (Lee) 1:05.88, 12. Jonathan Boyton (Green) 1:07.05, 13. Dylan Bouchard (Green) 1:07.61, 14. Tyler Kuester (Lee) 1:11.40, 15. Dylan Whirty (Lee) 1:13.41, 16. Barrett Limoges (CH) 1:13.42, 17. Ryan Armstrong (HA) 1:13.50, 18. Jeremy Vroom (Bang) 1:13.93, 19. Dustin Libby (MA) 1:13.72, 20. Tilden Lincoln (CH) 1:14.95, 21. Nate Fenn (Green) 1:16.19, 22. Kurt Eyerer (JB) 1:18.94, 23. Chad Hensley (JB) 1:25.07, 24. James Gushee (CH) 1:26.35, 25. Matt Proudlove (MA) 1:28.05, 26. Robert Easton (JB) 1:30.71, 27. Ethan Burke (HA) 2:17.76

Greenville girls 44, Hampden 45, Camden Hills 51, Mattanawcook 56, Bangor 73

1. Kailey McKenna (Bangor) 56.13, 2. Rebecca Kallgren (MCI) 56.23, 3. Ruby Rockwell (Green) 1:00.31, 4. Molly Howe (HA) 1:02.68, 5. Heidi Harrison (HA) 1:05.71, 6. Hannah Delano (MA) 1:14.20, 7. Haley Aydelott (CH) 1:14.28, 8. Caprice Stevens (Lee) 1:14.70, 9. Jessie Mathews (CH) 1:15.32, 10. Emma Wilson (Green) 1:15.43, 11. Emily Dumond (MA) 1:15.88, 12. Rachel Balaban-Garber (Orono) 1:15.91, 13. Jina Libby (MA) 1:16.03, 14. Erica Hidu (HA) 1:16.32, 15. Sidney Richardson (Green) 1:18.12, 16. Nicki Hamilton (Green) 1:18.98, 17. Emma Connover (CH) 1:19.42, 18. Sophie Salas (CH) 1:19.42, 19. Adriana Pellegrini (JB) 1:21.01, 20. Mia Smith (Bang) 1:23.85, 21. Morgan Farley (CH) 1:30.63, 22. Monique Kelmensen (HA) 1:31.63, 23. Molly White (CH) 1:40.07, 24. Jamie Burgess (CH) 2:02.64, 25. Katie King (CH) 2:13.79

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COLLEGE

Men’s basketball

Curry 87, UM-Fort Kent 76

At Milton, Mass., Quashed Simmons lead five players in double digits with 20 points and dished out five assists as his Curry College Colonels rallied to knock off the University of Maine-Fort Kent Wednesday. Kyle Gerry scored 19 points, while Chris Bonadies had 18 points and 20 rebounds for Curry. Mark Mastrullo scored 14 points and Gerald Cohen added 12. Jimmy Lopez led the Bengals with 25 points. Hamill Bassue scored 15 while Othniel Hyliger and Bran-don Fox each had 10.

Husson 75, So. Maine 72

At Gorham, Brock Bradford scored a game-high 20 points, including 6-of-6 from the line, as the Eagles rallied in the second half to trip the Huskies. Husson was 7 for 11 from beyond the 3-point arc in the second half. Matt McKenzie added 17 points and seven rebounds for Husson, and Jay Uhrin posted 13 points. Otis Smith topped Southern Maine with 18 points, Greg Whitaker had 16 and Mike Poulin 11.

Saint Joseph’s 88, Suffolk 76

At Boston, six Saint Joseph’s College players scored 10 points or more and the Monks knocked off Suffolk. Tyler Kelley made five of six 3-point attempts and scored a career-high 26 points for the Monks. Chris Petzy, Alberto Rue and Zach O’Brien each scored 11 while Scot Vachon of August and Chris Davis added 10 each. Mario Massimino led Suffolk with 20 points and Brian Small scored 19.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Southern Maine 75, Colby 66

At Waterville, the University of Southern Maine Huskies used a balanced scoring attack to improve to 11-1. Kristi Violette scored 17 points and grabbed seven rebounds for USM while Sta-cey Kent chipped in with 16 points and six rebounds. Nicole Paradis added 11 points and five assists while Kaylie DeMillo had 10 points and six assists. Colby shot 51 percent from the field compared to USM’s 35 percent, but the Huskies forced 27 turnovers and hit 22 of 27 foul shots. Julianne Kowalski paced Colby with 21 points, Alison Cappelloni added 17 and Sam Allen put in 11. Aarika Ritchie contributed eight assists.

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