Jan 12 Scores and Highlights

Posted Jan. 12, 2009, at 7:17 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Calais 54, Narraguagus 36

Deer Isle-Stonington 75, Searsport 51

Fort Fairfield 79, Limestone-MSSM 30

Katahdin 60, Hodgdon 52

Madawaska 73, Van Buren 45

MDI 48, Central 40

Orono 60, Schenck 53

Sumner 66, Dexter 38

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Central 51, Bucksport 26

Dexter 52, Sumner 31

Lee Acad. 58, Schenck 46

Old Town 55, Ellsworth 35

Penquis 50, Piscataquis 38

Shead 41, Jonesport-Beals 37

Washburn 44, Gr. Houlton Christian 30

Washington Acad. 55, Machias 34

Woodland 62, Lubec 28

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BOYS HOCKEY

Bangor 9, Cony 3

Brewer 6, Lawrence 1

John Bapst 5, Old Town 1

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Katahdin 60, Hodgdon 52

At Stacyville, Brandon Robinson scored 17 points as Katahdin defeated Hodgdon. Ethan Qualey had 15 points for the Cougars while Evan McCarthy chipped in 14 points. Chris Williams paced the Hawks with 19 points. Daniel McGillicuddy scored 10 points.

Madawaska 73, Van Buren 45

At Madawaska, Deejay Gendreau tossed in 14 points to spark the Owls to victory. Adam Desrosier and Matt Deschenes scored 12 points each for Madawaska, while Michael Cannan posted 11. Derrick Rossignol led Van Buren with 12 points.

DI-Stonington 75, Searsport 51

At Deer Isle, Eben Powers poured in a game-high 35 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to power the Mariners to victory. Evan Rollins contributed 18 points and four steals for Deer Isle-Stonington, while Dustin Powers scored 13 points. Jay Boyce added five assists. Rocky Faunce paced a balanced Searsport effort with 12 points. Dan Peach and James Seekins added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Fort Fairfield 79, Limestone 30

At Limestone, Doug Sharpe scored 17 points as Fort Fairfield remained undefeated. Travis Noyes added 13 points for the Tigers, while Austin Dufour scored 12 and Josh Booth contributed 10. Brandon Hopkins led Limestone-Maine School of Science and Mathematics with six points.

Orono 60, Schenck 53

At Orono, Joel Riemersma scored 15 of his team-high 19 points after intermission as the Red Riots rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to earn their seventh consecutive victory. Brandon LeVasseur added 15 points and nine rebounds for 8-1 Orono, while Kash Keezer added 12 points and seven rebounds. Riemersma and Lee Hecker also grabbed seven rebounds apiece for the Red Riots, who finished with a 34-25 rebounding advantage in the game. Aaron Hutchins led Schenck of East Millinocket (6-3) with 31 points, while Terry McCafferty scored nine points and Jared Waite grabbed a game-high 10 rebounds.

Washburn 53, GHCA 50

At the University of Maine in Presque Isle, Nick McIntosh scored 13 of his 23 points in the third quarter when Washburn outscored Greater Houlton Christian Academy 24-13 en route to the victory. Matt Howe added 10 points for the Beavers, who trailed by six at halftime. Chad Duff paced GHCA with 14 points, Zach Straubel put in 13 and Micah Wiley netted 12.

Calais 54, Narraguagus 36

At Calais, Jordan Leeman scored 19 points to lift Calais over Narraguagus of Harrington. Cal Shorey scored 18 points for the Blue Devils. Blake Chase led the Knights with 13 points. Jared Dorr chipped in 11 points.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Woodland 62, Lubec 28

At Woodland, Ariel Knights scored 17 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to help the Dragons improve to 10-0. Ashley Laking chipped in with 14 points for the winners, Shelby Searles and Amanda Huntley each scored 10 points for the Hornets.

Shead 41, Jonesport-Beals 37

At Eastport, freshman Vanessa Patterson scored a career-high 13 points as Shead held off Jonesport-Beals. Danielle Altvater scored 12 points for the Tigerettes. Sarah Smith led the Royalettes with 12 points. Hannah Carver added 10 points.

Penquis 50, Piscataquis 38

At Milo, Erica Lyford scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help lead Penquis past Piscataquis of Guilford. Megan Martell led the Pirates with eight points.

Dexter 52, Sumner 31

At East Sullivan, Callie Theodore scored 10 of her 14 points in the fourth quarter when Dexter outscored Sumner 24-9 en route to the victory. Shelby Lancaster chipped in with 11 points for the winners. Lona Sargent scored nine points for Sumner, which was hurt by the loss of Tashia Daley, who injured her right knee about two minutes into the second quarter.

Washburn 44, GHCA 30

At the University of Maine-Presque Isle, Rebecca Campbell connected for 22 points to spearhead the Beavers to victory. Rachel Palmer scored 12 points for Washburn. Kasi Parker tossed in 17 points to lead Greater Houlton Christian Academy.

Narraguagus 56, Sumner 43

At Harrington on Saturday, Andrea Perry scored a game-high 20 points as Narraguagus defeated Sumner. Jenna Beal and Kristen Burke had eight points apiece for the winners and Haley Eckert had seven. Sumner of East Sullivan was paced by Lona Sargent’s 14 points, Morgan Whitten’s 12 and Tasha Daley’s 10 points.

Washington Acad. 55, Machias 34

At Machias, the visiting Raiders of East Machias broke open a close game in the fourth quarter to earn their 10th victory of the season. Taylor Seeley led 10 Washington Academy players who scored with 11 points. Danielle Wormell paced Machias with 13 points.

Washington Acad. 55, Machias 34

At Machias, the visiting Raiders of East Machias broke open a close game in the fourth quarter to earn their 10th victory of the season. Taylor Seeley led 10 Washington Academy players who scored with 11 points. Danielle Wormell paced Machias with 13 points.

Central 51, Bucksport 26

At Bucksport, Bekkah Campbell scored 20 points as Central of Corinth beat Bucksport. Hannah Pray added 16 points for the Red Devils. Shelby Redman paced the Golden Bucks with six points.

Lee Acad. 55, Schenck 46

At Lee, Morgan McGaw scored 15 points and Heidi Sappier added 14 as the Pandas prevailed. Ashley Deloge led Schenck of East Millinocket with 21 points, including one 3-point goal and a 16-of-20 effort from the free-throw line.

Penquis 50, Piscataquis 38

At Milo, Erica Lyford scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help lead Penquis past Piscataquis of Guilford. Megan Martell led the Pirates with eight points.

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BOYS HOCKEY

Brewer 6, Lawrence 1

At Brewer, Ryan Nadeau and Dylan Fitzpatrick each had two goals and two assists as Brewer defeated Lawrence of Fairfield. Tyler White and Jamie Williamson also scored for the 7-1-1 Witches. Steve Farley, Matt Helfen, Jacob Chapman and Chris Shedd provided assists. Eric White saved 10 of 11 shots while Adam Cossette turned away both shots he faced. Justin Boudreau scored in the second period off an Anthony Boudreau assist for 3-6 Lawrence. Chris Caron stopped 28 of 34 shots.

John Bapst 5, Old Town 1

At Alfond Arena, Orono, Andrew Casey scored two goals to lead John Bapst of Bangor to victory over Old Town. Chase Huckestein scored a goal and provided two assists for the 8-1 Crusaders. Nicky Mitchell had a goal and an assist and Jacob Leonard scored a goal. Doug Dieuveuil turned away 18 of 19 shots. Joe Doucette scored off a Cody Cross assist in the third for 1-7 Old Town. Dan Lebretton and Cam Washburn combined to make 41 saves off 46 shots.

Bangor 9, Cony 3

BANGOR — Although they’ve only been together for a couple of games, the Bangor High School line of senior center Johnny Warren between junior left wing Devin Lyshon and junior right wing Nate Lewis certainly looked like they’ve played together a lot longer Monday night. Warren had a hat trick and an assist and Lewis and Lyshon had a goal and two assists apiece to lead the Bangor High School Rams to a 9-3 Eastern Maine Class A hockey win over Cony at Sawyer Arena. It was 6-2 Bangor’s fifth straight win. Cony is 4-6. Lewis, Cam Taylor, Warren and Lyshon staked Bangor to a 4-0 lead in the first period before Cony climbed back into the game with second-period goals 2:44 apart by Keiffer Cantara and Ben Hubert. But Warren answered 13 seconds later when he swooped on a loose puck in the left circle and wasted little time sweeping it along the ice through the legs of Cony goalie Matt Swan, who had replaced starter Jon Dale in the first period after Bangor’s fourth goal. Alan Reese expanded the lead 46 seconds later when his pass from behind the net glanced in off Swan’s skate. Nic Cota’s screened 45-foot slap shot over the glove into the upper short-side corner and Warren’s tip-in of a Lyshon point shot made it 8-2 in the third period before Cony’s Luke Duncklee and Bangor’s Phil Frost closed out the scoring. Zach Hamilton made 19 saves on 21 shots before being replaced in the third period by Chris Howat, who stopped eight of nine shots. Dale made five stops on nine shots before Swan turned aside 20 of 25.

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WRESTLING

At Pittsfield

MCI 49, Foxcroft Academy 27

103: Mark Smith (FA) by forfeit; 112: Marc Bdeau (FA) by forfeit; 119: Brandon Wright (MCI) pinned Trevor Weymouth :37; 125: Kyle Blaisdell (MCI) pinned Matt Smith :23; 130: Alex Francis (FA) dec. Donald Russell 14-7; 135: Kaleb Mann (FA) pinned Ryan Gamblin 1:40; 140: Thomas Turner (MCI) by forfeit; 145: Chris Ouellet (MCI) pinned Dillon Hutchinson 1:05; 152: Patrick Hapworth (MDI) pinned Zac Smith 2:52; 160: Revelin Goewey (MCI) pinned Zach Neece :35; 189: Roy Williams (MCI) pinned Tim Lunn 3:09; 215: Sean Henry (MCI) pinned Ethan Spelios 1:23

MCI 51, Mount View 6

119: Brandon Wright (MCI) pinned Marissa Cox 1:22; 125: Kyle Blaisdell (MCI) pinned Derek Tripp :55; 130: Donald Russell (MCI) pinned Kayla Bryant 2:23; 135: Kory Pelletier (MV) pinned Hunter Tibbits 2:28; 140: Thomas Turner (MCI) by forfeit; 145: Chris Ouellet (MCI) by forfeit; 152: Patrick Hapworth (MCI) by forfeit; 160: Revelin Goewey (MCI) dec. Tristan Ripley 4-2 (OT); 189: Roy Williams (MC) by forfeit; 215: Sean Henry (MCI) pinned Tyler Stephenson :35

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