Jan 8 Scores and Highlights

Posted Jan. 08, 2009, at 6:06 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Thursday’s Results

Bangor 60, Hampden 41

Belfast 45, Oak Hill 43

Brewer 79, Nokomis 42

Camden Hills 67, Erskine 36

Central Aroostook 69, Wisdom 52

Cony 64, Lewiston 54

Deering 70, Noble 20

Dirigo 55, Mountain Valley 52

Edward Little 69, Mt. Ararat 44

Ellsworth 57, John Bapst 42

Fort Fairfield 58, Madawaska 45

Gardiner 60, Waterville 50

Greely 42, Freeport 29

Hermon 48, Penquis 34

Hodgdon 52, So. Aroostook 51 (OT)

Islesboro 49, Calvary Chapel 42

Jay 59, Telstar 52

Lawrence 44, Skowhegan 39

Maranacook 51, Rockland 37

Mattanawcook 52, Old Town 43

Medomak Valley 58, Winslow 39

Morse 64, Leavitt 49

Mt. Blue 73, Messalonskee 29

Oxford Hills 41, Brunswick 39

Richmond 45, Hebron Acad. 42

Shead 58, Lubec 49

Stearns 57, Penobscot Valley 35

Westbrook 62, South Portland 47

Wiscasset 73, Winthrop 41

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Thursday’s Results

Ashland 40, Easton 18

Bangor 40, Hampden 39

Calais 69, Narraguagus 45

Camden Hills 50, Erskine 35

Carrabec 43, Monmouth Acad. 23

Central Aroostook 64, Wisdom 23

Cony 54, Lewiston 30

Deering 53, Scarborough 43

Edward Little 40, Mt. Ararat 38

Fort Kent 91, Van Buren 32

Foxcroft 44, Piscataquis 15

George Stevens 60, Searsport 12

Greely 53, Lake Region 49

Hall-Dale 38, Georges Valley 29

Jay 63, Telstar Regional 21

John Bapst 55, Ellsworth 28

Jonesport-Beals 42, Machias 41

Leavitt 53, Morse 47

Lee 54, Penobscot Valley 50

Lisbon 40, Boothbay 25

Lubec 48, Shead 38

Mattanawcook 59, Old Town 30

MDI 52, Central 46

Messalonskee 81, Mt. Blue 31

Mount View 42, Lincoln Acad. 25

Mt. Abram 39, Madison 32

Nokomis 42, Brewer 29

Oak Hill 46, Belfast 36

Oxford Hills 52, Brunswick 42

Rockland 46, Maranacook 14

Skowhegan 54, Lawrence 31

Washington Acad. 40, Orono 38

Waterville 64, Gardiner 29

Winslow 47, Medomak Valley 28

Yarmouth 46, Freeport 19

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PREP

BOYS JV BASKETBALL

Thursday’s Results

Richmond 45, Hebron 42

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Thursday’s Results

Bates 70, Endicott 68

Bowdoin 74, Thomas 58

Colby 77, Husson 71

Maine 64, Stony Brook 54

Plymouth State 78, UM-Farmington 65

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Thursday’s Results

Bates 64, Bowdoin 59

Plymouth State 80, UM-Farmington 72 (OT)

U-New England 116, Thomas 67

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Cen. Aroostook 69, Wisdom 52

At Mars Hill, Caleb Kelly scored 18 points to help push Central Aroostook past Wisdom of St. Agatha. Manny Martinez chipped in 14 points for the Panthers. Curtis Picard scored 16 points to lead Wisdom. Alex Michaud had 14 points and Kurtis Daigle scored 13.

Shead 58, Lubec 49

At Lubec, Wayne Clossey totaled 21 points and 14 rebounds as Shead of Easport beat Lubec. Tyler Mitchell had 13 points and nine rebounds for the Tigers. Thomas Pottle scored 13 points and Justin Lewey added eight points and 13 rebounds. Timmy Gross paced Lubec with 21 points. Jacob Robbins had 12 rebounds.

Bangor 60, Hampden Acad. 41

At Bangor, sophomore forward Zach Blodgett scored 23 points and grabbed five rebounds in his first varsity start as the Rams won for the fifth time in their last six games. Blodgett shot 10 of 17 from the field overall, including 7 for 11 in the first half as he scored 15 points to help 6-4 Bangor take a 22-15 lead at intermission. Senior guard Nate Frazier added 13 points, eight rebounds and five assists, and hit back-to-back 3-pointers early in the fourth quarter that extended Bangor’s lead to 46-35 with 4:30 to play. Senior guard Ryan Larochelle chipped in with nine points and four assists for the Rams. Brad Dolan paced 6-3 Hampden Academy with 14 points, including 3 of 4 shooting from beyond the 3-point arc. Jacob Moore added 10 points and Brad Hersey scored eight.

Ellsworth 57, John Bapst 42

At the Bangor Auditorium, Ryan Petros scored 10 of his game-high 20 points in the second quarter to help the Eagles take control en route to their seventh victory. Brad Folmer added 15 points for Ellsworth. Derek Smith paced John Bapst of Bangor with 15 points.

Fort Fairfield 58, Madawaska 45

At Madawaska, Travis Noyes poured in 24 points, including a dozen from the free-throw line, as the unbeaten Tigers jumped ahead early and cruised to the win. Austin Dufour contributed 13 points for Fort Fairfield. Deejay Gendreau topped the Owls with 14 points and 10 rebounds, Jamie Cyr posted eight points and 14 rebounds and Adam Desrosier had eight points.

Mattanawcook 52, Old Town 43

At Lincoln, Brady Vose and Kane McKinnon combined for 16 third-quarter points as the Lynx pulled away from a halftime tie with the Coyotes. Vose posted a game-high 24 points, including six 3-pointers, and McKinnon scored 18 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. Luke Bartlett led the Coyotes with 17 points, and Josh Boucher added 16.

Brewer 79, Nokomis 42

At Brewer, Dom Drake scored all of his 22 points in the first half as Brewer rolled past Nokomis of Newport. Kyle O’Connell contributed 12 points for the Witches. Jeremy Higgins led Nokomis with 15 points.

Hodgdon 52, So. Aroostook 51

At Hodgdon, Jake Tidd grabbed an offensive rebound and scored with 1.8 seconds left in overtime to give the Hawks the victory. It was Tidd’s only basket of the ballgame. Southern Aroostook’s Dakota Sleeper sent the game into overtime when he scored at the buzzer in regulation. Chris Williams paced Hodgdon with 24 points and five steals. Dan McGillicuddy chipped in with 16 points and 14 rebounds. Sleeper poured in 28 points to lead the Warriors of Dyer Brook.

Islesboro 49, Calvary Chapel 42

At Orrington, Jason Hatch scored 19 points to help push Islesboro past Calvary Chapel. D.J. Johnson added 10 points for the Eagles. Luke Martin scored 12 points to pace the Sabers. Zack Austin had 11 points.

Schenck 86, Lee 62

At East Millinocket, senior point guard Aaron Hutchins had a hot hand, scoring 14 of his 43 points in the third quarter as the Wolverines rolled. Hutchins scoring performance included six 3-pointers among his 15 field goals. Brandon Theriault added 11 points for Schenck. Tyler Doty led the Pandas with 20 points, A.J. Harris contributed 15 and Mark Stevens had 10.

Stearns 57, Penobscot Valley 35

At Millinocket, Charlie Osborne and Brandon McLaughlin scored 12 points each as Stearns defeated Penobscot Valley of Howland. Joel McCloskey had 13 points for the Howlers. Jacob Jones scored 10 points.

Medomak Valley 58, Winslow 39

At Waldoboro, Kevin Fogg scored 14 points to help lift Medomak Valley over Winslow. Caleb Giustra had eight rebounds for the Panthers. Mike McCann led Winslow with 16 points.

Maranacook 51, Rockland 37

At Rockland, Mike Lachance scored 12 points as Maranacook of Readfield beat Rockland. Devin Gerrity scored 11 points for the Black Bears. Dylan Meklin led Rockland with eight points.

Hermon 48, Penquis 34

At Hermon, Alex Pederson led a balanced attack with 10 points as the Hermon Hawks defeated Penquis of Milo. Justin Artas scored a game-high 13 for Penquis.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Lubec 48, Shead 38

At Lubec, Lubec out scored Shead of Eastport 21-12 in the fourth quarter to pull away to victory. Krista Wright scored eight of her 16 points in the fourth to lead the Hornets. Shelby Searles also scored 16 points. Robyn Stuart paced Shead with 12 points.

Fort Kent 91, Van Buren 32

At Van Buren, Emily Pelletier scored 42 points as Fort Kent defeated Van Buren. Sam Carapellucci added 11 points for the Warriors. Ashley Wilson led Van Buren with 12 points.

Cen. Aroostook 64, Wisdom 23

At Mars Hill, Rachael Grew scored a game-high 19 points and Vicki McIntyre tossed in 15 more as Central Aroostook cruised past Wisdom of St. Agatha. Twins Chelsea and Breanna Hartin combined for 16 points. Kayla Guerrette’s 10 points and Haley Cyr’s six led Wisdom.

Foxcroft 44, Piscataquis 15

At Guilford, Courtney Withee and Kelsey Boss scored seven points each as Foxcroft Academy cruised past Piscataquis. Lindsey Morrill and Emma Riitano led the Pirates with five points apiece.

Ashland 40, Easton 18

At Ashland, Suzie Poulin scored nine points and notched five steals to help the Hornets prevail. Taylor Baker chipped in with seven points and seven rebounds for the winners while Jessica Jimmo and Taylor Baker each added seven points. Sydney Trask and Ashley Babineau each scored seven points to lead the Bears.

Bangor 40, Hampden Acad. 39

At Hampden Academy, Stephanie Comstock hit the second of two free-throw attempts with 15.7 seconds left and the Broncos missed a pair of potential game-winning shots in the final seconds as Bangor avenged an opening-night loss. Hampden defeated the Rams 44-41 on Dec. 5. After Hampden’s Julia Snyder missed a 12-footer with just over 20 seconds left, Comstock drove the lane and was fouled by Snyder, missed the first free throw but the second rolled on the front of the rim before dropping through. Michaela Stephenson missed two 3-point attempts with under 10 seconds to go, including one as time expired. The 4-6 Rams led by as many as eight in the first half before the 2-8 Broncos took a 21-17 halftime lead thanks to an 18-8 second-quarter run. Neither team led by more than six in the second half. Bangor’s 2-3 zone gave the smaller Broncos limited looks from the outside, and Hampden shot just 6-for-23 from the perimeter. Meagan Doucette was 9-11 from the foul line en route to a game-high 18 points for Bangor, and was a force defensively with five steals. Comstock finished with nine points and Kate Treadwell seven points and nine rebounds. Kayla Webb was the lone Bronco in double figures with 13 points, seven of which came in the fourth quarter.

Washington Acad. 40, Orono 38

At East Machias, Taylor Seeley scored a game high 14 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead the Raiders, Andi Flannery added 11 points and 13 rebounds for the winners. Ally Sherman lead the Red Riots with 12 points and Elizabeth Fox connected for 10.

Calais 69, Narraguagus 45

At Calais, Courtney Hill and Nicole Osborne scored 11 points apiece to lead Calais past Narraguagus of Harrington. Kristen Burke led the Knights with 15 points.

Mattanawcook 59, Old Town 30

At Old Town, Katelyn DeRaps scored 16 points as Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln defeated Old Town. Renee Libbey added 11 points for the Lynx. Sarah Wilcox, Trisha Smart and Cortney Treadwell scored six points apiece to lead Old Town.

Lee 54, Penobscot Valley 50

At Lee, Heidi Sapper scored 21 points, 11 in the second half, to lead Lee Academy to its first win since last year’s state championship game. Morgan McGaw had 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Pandas. Kirstie Dawson scored 19 points to lead Penobscot Valley of Howland. Casey McCloskey scored 13 points.

Jonesport-Beals 42, Machias 41

At Machias, Hannah Carver’s basket with less than 20 seconds remaining lifted the Royalettes to victory. Jessica McLean led Jonesport-Beals with 25 points, 11 in the fourth quarter to help her team rally from a seven-point deficit. She also made seven 3-point goals in the game. Sarah Smith scored 12 points for the Royalettes. Danielle Wormell scored 15 points to pace Machias.

Camden Hills 50, Erskine 35

At Rockport, Maddie Smeaton scored 20 points and dominated the rebounding action as the Windjammers sailed to victory. Maci Heal added 10 points for Camden Hills. Kali Hudson led Erskine Academy of South China with 10 points.

John Bapst 55, Ellsworth 28

At Bangor Auditorium, Samantha Gormley recorded 26 points, 12 rebounds and two steals to push John Bapst past Ellsworth. Brittany Williams totaled seven rebounds and four steals for the Crusaders. Samantha Maquillan had seven assists. Catherine Carter scored eight points to lead Ellsworth.

Nokomis 42, Brewer 29

At Newport, Danielle Watson had 12 points as Nokomis defeated Brewer. Leah Jackson led Brewer with 11 points. Sheri Valley chipped in 10 points.

MDI 52, Central 46

At Corinth, Megan Phelps scored eight of her game-high 25 points in the pivotal third quarter as the Trojans of Bar Harbor outran the Red Devils. Anna Joy aided Phelps with 10 points. Bekah Campbell topped Central with 16 points and 12 rebounds, Samantha Blanchard added 11 points and Rachel Trafton posted nine points.

GSA 60, Searsport 12

At Blue Hill, Maddie Park scored 21 points to help George Stevens Academy improve to 6-2. Olivia Quigley paced Searsport with six points.

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WRESTLING

At Dover-Foxcroft

Hermon 48, Foxcroft 36

103: Mark Smith (FA) pinned Jen Grayben :23; 112: Trevor Weymouth (FA) by forfeit; 119: Marc Badeau (FA) by forfeit; 125: Kyle Hornyack (H) pinned Matt Smith 3:22; 130: Alex Francis (FA) by forfeit; 135: Kaleb Mann (FA) by forfeit; 140: Sara Bishop (H) by forfeit; 145: B.J. Andrews (H) pinned Dillon Hutchinson 3:54; 152: Ryan Botting (H) pinned Zach Smith 3:30; 160: Dylan Libby (H) pinned Ben Macomber 1:25; 171: Brandon Burgess (H) by forfeit; 189: Bo Richards (H) pinned Tim Lunn 4:12; 215: Matt McGowan (H) pinned Ethan Spelios 3:46; 285: Matt Brown (FA) by forfeit

Foxcroft 46, Old Town 27

103: Mark Smith (FA) by forfeit; 112: Trevor Weymouth (FA) by forfeit; 119: Marc Badeau (FA) by forfeit; 125: Matt Smith (FA) Rainey Dorian 5:07; 130: Alex Francis (FA) pinned Julie Cookson :20; 135: Kaleb Mann (FA) pinned Joshua Parkhurst 1:49; 145: Justin Libby (OT) pinned Dillon Hutchinson 1:26; 152: Zach Smith (FA) by forfeit; 160: Ben Macomber (FA) dec. Robert MacDonald 12-1; 171: Trevor Neal (OT) by forfeit; 189: Lee Larry (OT) pinned Tim Lunn 3:21; 215: John Taylor (OT) pinned Ethan Spelios 2:08; 285: Zach Mansell (OT) dec. Matt Brown 6-2

Hermon 35, Old Town 27

103: Jen Graban (H) by forfeit; 125: Kyle Hornyak (H) pined Rene Dorian 3:10; 130: Julie Cookson (OT) by forfeit; 135: Josh Parkers (OT) pinned Sara Bishop 3:22; 145: B.J. Andrews (H) dec. Justin Libby 17-1; 152: Ryan Botting (H) by forfeit; 160: Dylan Libby (H) pinned Robert McDonald 1:07; 171: Brandon Burgess (H) pinned Trevor Neal :54; 189: Lee Larry (OT) dec. Bo Richards 9-6; 215: John Taylor (OT) pinned Matt McGowan 1:20; 285: Zac Mansell (OT) by forfeit

Independent Matches

285: Mark Heathcote (Central) pinned Matt Brown (Foxcroft) 3:18

285: Mark Heathcote (Central) by forfeit over Old Town

At Pittsfield,

MCI 34 Dexter 33

112: Vincent Malinauskas Dex by forfeit, 119: Brandon Wright MCI over Michael O’Connor by fall 0:33, 125: Kyle Blaisdell MCI over Aaron Webber Dex by fall 2:50, 130: Brian O’Connor Dex over Donald Russell MCI by fall 1:56, 135: John Gudroe Dex over Ryan Gamblin MCI by major decision 12-1, 140: Thomas Turner MCI over Megan Collopy Dex by decision 7-1, 145: Ronald Harvey Dex over Chris Ouellet MCI by fall 2:38, 160: Patrick Hapworth MCI by forfeit, 171: Revelin Goewey MCI over John Johnson Dex by fall 2:27, 189: Roy Williams MCI by forfeit, 215: Douglas Richardson Dex by forfeit, 285: Zachary Poirier Dex by forfeit

MCI 42 Winslow 36

103: Ryan Mosher W by forfeit, 112: Kayla Vigue W by forfeit, 119: Brandon Wright MCI over Zachary O’Connor W by fall 1:07, 125: Dustin Vigue W over Kyle Blaisdell MCI by fall 3:17, 130: Donald Russell MCI by forfeit, 135: Dallas Cherry W over Ryan Gamblin MCI by fall 1:02, 140: Ben Fredette W over Thomas Turner MCI by fall 2:22, 145: Chris Ouellet MCI by forfeit, 152: Patrick Hapworth MCI over Kyle Calvo W by fall 1:15, 160: Revelin Goewey MCI by forfeit, 171: Derek Clark W by forfeit, 189: Roy Williams MCI by forfeit, 215: Sean Henry MCI by forfeit

Swimming

At Caribou, Wednesday

Presque Isle girls 88, Caribou 65

200 medley relay: Presque Isle A (Allison Young, Karrie Brown, Dara Raymond, Emilee Currie) 2:27.17; Caribou A 2:30.79, Caribou B 2:51.38; 200 free: Desiree Higgins (PI) 2:54.54, Guerette (C) 3:06.39, Bisht (PI) 3:10.77, Ouellette (C) 3:10.98; 200 free: Emilee Currie (PI) 3:04.70, Knoll (C) 3:11.27; 50 free: Karrie Brawn (PI) 30.19, Cross (C) 31.37, Raymond (PI) 33.28, Akerson (C) 37.18, Patton (C) 37.87, McEachern (PI) 39.27; 100 butterfly: Emilee Currie (PI) 1:29.92, Bradstreet (C) 1:36.10; 100 free: Allison Young (PI) 1:09.23, Adler (PI) 1:10.43, Johnson (C) 1:15.94, Jordan (C) 1:23.78, Guerette (C) 1:27.45, McEachern (PI) 1:39.53; 500 free: Robin Knoll (C) 7:32.34, Cross (C) 7:47.13, Palmer (PI) 9:13.89, Burlock (PI) 10:15.76; 200 free relay: Presque Isle A (Emilee Currie, Allison Young, Karrie Brawn, Shaw Adler) 2:08.97, Presque Isle B 2:33.50, Caribou A 2:38.60; 100 back: Allison Young (PI) 1:22.81, Adler (PI) 1:23.25, Jordan (C) 1:30.98, Ouellette (C) 1:42.62; 100 breaststroke: Karrie Brawn (PI) 1:29.25, Patton (C) 1:37.47, Johnson (C) 1:40.49, Bisht (PI) 1:48.04, Higgins (PI) 1:48.14, Bradstreet (C) 1:49.32; 400 free relay: Caribou A (Samantha Cross, Robin Knoll, Rachel Jordan, Tutsi Johnson) 5:20.20; Presque Isle A 5:40.83

Presque Isle boys 80, Caribou 44

200 medley relay: Presque Isle A (Matt Dunn, Stephen Goulet, Cameron Winter, Kyle Gilson) 2:11.00; Caribou A (Ian Connelly, Zach Corriveau, John Forbes, Tyler Drake) 2:14.22; 200 free: Aaron Biggs (PI) 3:06.01, York (PI) 3:06.65, Robbins (C) 3:29.55; 200 IM: Cameron Winter (PI) 2:58.13; 50 free: Kyle Gilson (PI) 27.19, Forbes (C) 27.31, Drake (C) 28.07, Dunn (PI) 29.53, Connelley (C) 30.04, Zubrick (PI) 30.96; 100 butterfly: Cameron Winter (PI) 1:27.45; 100 free: Kyle Gilson (PI) 1:02.54, Drake (C) 1:04.94, Corriveau (C) 1:15.34, Maier (C) 1:20.28, York (PI) 1:25.76, Zubrick (PI) 1:25.82; 500 free: John Forbes (C) 6:48.68, Goulet (PI) 7:47.35; 200 free relay: Presque Isle A (Kyle Gilson, Matt Dunn, Jacob Brawn, Warren Zubrick) 1:57.32; Caribou A 2:00.65, Presque Isle B 2:24.71; 100 back: Matt Dunn (PI) 1:17.65, Connelley (C) 1:22.64; 100 breaststroke: Zach Corriveau (C) 1:25.66, Goulet (PI) 1:28.57, Brawn (PI) 1:34.32; 400 free relay: Presque Isle A (Ethan York, Aaron Biggs, Warren Zubrick, Stephen Goulet) 5:42.98; Caribou A 5:43.86

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Maine 64, Stony Brook 54

At Stony Brook, N.Y., Malachi Peay scored 10 of his 12 points in the first half as the Black Bears built a 36-20 lead and they withstood a late rally by the Seawolves to snap a five-game losing streak. Maine is now 6-9 overall and 1-1 in America East while Stony Brook fell to 8-7 and 1-2, respectively. The Black Bears took a 36-25 lead into the intermission and used a 12-4 run, fueled by Gerald McLemore’s five points, to build the lead to 48-29 with 10 minutes remaining. But Muhammad El-Amin rallied the Seawolves within 55-49 with 2:20 remaining before a Junior Bernal free throw and a Mark Socoby layup and free throw gave Maine some important breathing room. El-Amin had seven points during the 20-7 rally. Peay and Bernal had 12 points apiece to paced a balanced Maine attack. Bernal also had six assists and four rebounds and Peay had four rebounds. Socoby had 11 points, five assists and four rebounds to go with two steals and McLemore contributed 10 points, six rebounds and three steals. Maine shot 48 percent from the floor while holding Stony Brook to 33 percent shooting. El-Amin finished with a game-high 22 points for Stony Brook and he also hauled down six rebounds. Demetrious Young had 14 points and seven rebounds and Dallis Joyner scored 10 points.

Colby 77, Husson 71

At Newman Gym in Bangor, the visiting Colby College White Mules answered an 8-0 scoring run by Husson with a 9-0 run of their own to cap the game and rally for a win. Artie Cutrone scored 18 points to lead a Colby quartet of double-digit scorers. Michael Russell had 15 points and eight rebounds for the 8-3 Mules. Matt MacKenzie scored a game-high 23 points to lead the 3-8 Husson Eagles, who also had four players score 10 or more. Brock Bradford and Deashawn McMorrin each scored 14. Husson took a 71-68 lead with 3:51 to play, but never scored again. Colby outshot the Eagles 58.6 to 44.6 percent.

Plymouth State 78, USM 65

At Plymouth, N.H., Jason O’Keefe scored 25 points as Plymouth State University defeated the University of Southern Maine of Gorham. Ben Huntington and Bryan Tracy added 19 points apiece for Plymouth State. Eric Taylor scored 16 points to lead the Huskies. Josh Tanguay scored 14 points and Pat Howell had 11 points.

Bates 70, Endicott 68

At Lewiston, Brian Ellis’ two free throws with 0.6 seconds left gave the Bates College Bobcats the victory. Alex Gallant of Bangor led the 7-5 Bobcats with 18 points. Brian Ellis scored 11. Chris Galbraith and Aaron Karkow each scored 16 to pace 4-6 Endicott. Ross Stewart added 12 and Bobby Montrond had 11.

Bowdoin 74, Thomas 58

At Brunswick, Mark Phillips scored 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to power the Bowdoin Polar Bears to victory. Tim Lane had 16 points and nine rebounds for the Polar Bears. Kyle Jackson added 12 points and 10 rebounds. Andrew Duncanson scored 22 to lead the Terriers and Darrell Alexander added 16.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Plymouth State 80, UMF 72

At Plymouth, N.H., Plymouth State outscored UMaine-Farmington 13-5 in overtime to earn the victory Amanda Kania paced the winners with 25 points and 13 rebounds and Laura Kent chipped in with 21 points. Caitlyn Laflin contributed 20 points and six rebounds to lead UMF. Ashley Busque added 19 points and Jillian Rose netted 14.

Bates 64, Bowdoin 59

At Lewiston, Val Beckwith scored a game-high 21 points, including 12 on free throws as Bates held off Bowdoin of Brunswick. Lauren Yanofsky added 17 points for the Bobcats. Katie Bergeron of Old Town led Bowdoin with 20 points while Caitlin Hines scored 10.

U-New England 116, Thomas 67

At Biddeford, Alli Gamache scored 29 points and had six assists as the University of New England defeated Thomas College of Waterville. Margo Russell scored 16 points. Kari Pelletier had 15 points and Sara Pelkey added 14 points. Amy Miles led Thomas with 18 points and Jess Nasetta chipped in 12 points.

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