Jan. 15 Scores and Highlights

Posted Jan. 15, 2009, at 8:58 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Biddeford 52, Marshwood 42

Boothbay 62, Jay 43

Buckfield 54, Gould 43

Central Aroostook 67, Southern Aroostook 48

Cheverus 63, Deering 35

Dirigo 77, Hall-Dale 43

Deer Isle-Stonington 65, Sumner 62 (OT)

Fort Fairfield 52, Katahdin 38

Highview Chr.41, Chop Point 32

Lee 69, Bangor Christian 60

Madison 60, Georges Valley 42

Mountain Valley 58, Winthrop 49

Narraguagus 55, Woodland 53

North Yarmouth 51, Freeport 49

Penobscot Valley 62, Searsport 46

Portland 80, Gorham 41

Richmond 46, Old Orchard Beach 44

Scarborough 47, Kennebunk 38

Schenck 51, Houlton 40

South Portland 89, Noble 43

Thornton 43, Windham 42

Westbrook 78, Bonny Eagle 60

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Buckfield 35, Gould 26

Carrabec 36, Livermore Falls 32

Central Aroostook 46, Ashland 29

Cheverus 32, Windham 30

Deering 47, McAuley 23

George Stevens 64, Bucksport 31

Highview Chr. 33, Chop Point 6

John Bapst 53, Old Town 39

Kennebunk 44, Gorham 37

Lake Region 42, Gray-NG 31

LCS/MSSM 41, Madawaska 37 (OT)

Marshwood 38, Massabesic 36

MDI 47, Hermon 32

Noble 56, Westbrook 40

Old Orchard Beach 38, Richmond 29

Portland 45, Sanford 32

Scarborough 65, Bonny Eagle 52

Schenck 35, Piscataquis 19

So. Aroostook 76, East Grand 34

South Portland 48, Thornton 40

St. Dominic 42, Poland/Whittier 19

Wells 56, Traip 44

BOYS HOCKEY

John Bapst 1, Gardiner 0

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Colby 66, R.I. College 61

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Colby 61, Gordon 29

Suffolk 75, Saint Joseph’s 48

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HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Fort Fairfield 52, Katahdin 38

At Fort Fairfield, the undefeated Tigers outscored Katahdin of Stacyville 15-6 in the third quarter to pull away and take the win. Austin Dufour led the Tigers with 18 points while Travis Noyes added 13 points. Evan McCarthy scored 15 points for the Cougars. Brandon Robinson had 11 points.

Schenck 51, Houlton 40

At Houlton, Aaron Hutchins scored 22 points as the Wolverines of East Millinocket prevailed. Brandon Theriault and Terry McCafferty each added 10 points for Schenck. James Bates scored 21 points and Porter Gervais added 14 for Houlton.

Penobscot Valley 62, Searsport 46

At Searsport, Joey McCloskey scored 32 points to lift Penobscot Valley of Howland over Searsport. Jacob Jones added 19 points for the Howlers. Dan Peach went 5-for-7 beyond the arc to score 15 points for Searsport. Rocky Faunce added 14 points, and Evan Kingsbury had nine points and seven rebounds.

Deer Isle-Stonington 65, Sumner 62 (OT)

At East Sullivan, Eben Powers scored 34 points as the Mariners earned the victory. Sumner led by 11 points with two minutes left, but Dustin Powers made five 3-point goals in the fourth quarter to help Deer Isle-Stonington force overtime. Dustin Powers finished with 17 points. Woody Huber paced Sumner with 21 points and 12 assists, while Chris Weaver had 15 points and 22 rebounds and Dan Leighton scored 11 points.

Highview Christian 41, Chop Point 32

At Woolwich, Stefan Rowe scored 22 points to lead Highview Christian of Charleston to the victory. Thomas Fernandez added 11 points and eight rebounds for the Knights, while Wesley Jones had nine steals. Michael Princiotta scored 15 points for Chop Point.

Central Aroostook 67, Southern Aroostook 48

At Dyer Brook, Caleb Kelly scored 13 points to lead Central Aroostook of Mars Hill past Southern Aroostook. Manny Martinez had 12 points for the Panthers and Kasey Brewer chipped in 10 points. Dakota Sleeper scored 11 points to lead the Warriors.

Narraguagus 55, Woodland 53

At Woodland, Blake Chase hit a 15-foot jumper with 8.3 seconds left to break a 53-53 tie and lift Narraguagus of Harrington past Woodland. The Knights started the game 5-for-6 from 3-point range. Andrew Polley led Narraguagus with 18 points. Stephen Strout scored 17 and Chase added 14. Senior Ben Sears scored a season-high 27 points while grabbing nine rebounds for Woodland. Cory Rolfe scored 16 points.

Lee 69, Bangor Christian 60

At Bangor, Grant Sun scored 13 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter as the Pandas outlasted Bangor Christian. Tyler Doty added 20 points for Lee Academy. Brett Bradford scored 28 points for Bangor Christian, while Tyler Alexander hit five 3-point goals and scored 20 points.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Highview Christian 33, Chop Point 6

At Woolwich, Elizabeth Hanson had eight points, nine rebounds and eight steals to lead Highview Christian of Charleston past Chop Point. Heather Dunfee added eight rebounds and Alexandra Booker scored eight points.

Southern Aroostook 76, East Grand 34

At Danforth, Brittany Charette and Alex Bishop each scored 14 points as Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook defeated East Grand. Elizabeth Bergan had 12 points for the Warriors and Jasmine Rockwell scored 10 points. Kelsey Daoust paced the Vikings with 22 points.

Schenck 35, Piscataquis 19

At Guilford, Sonya Brown scored 10 points to help lift Schenck of East Millinocket over Piscataquis. Jade Dicentes scored eight of her nine points in the third quarter. Shazery Bravi led the Pirates with five points.

MDI 47, Hermon 32

At Bar Harbor, Megan Phelps scored 17 points as Mount Desert Island topped Hermon. Sara Carroll had 15 points for the Trojans and Anna Joy chipped in 12 points. Katie Durgin led the Hawks with 11 points.

LCS/MSSM 41, Madawaska 37

At Limestone, Victoria St. Pierre scored four of her eight points during overtime as Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics came back to beat Madawaska. The Eagles avenged a 46-21 loss to the Owls on Dec. 5. Stacy Bernier paced the Eagles with 21 points. Kallie Pelletier led Madawaska with 17 points while Stephanie Nadeau chipped in 10 points.

George Stevens 64, Bucksport 31

At Blue Hill, Maddie Park scored 21 points to lift George Stevens Academy to victory over Bucksport. Stevie Theoharidis had 12 points for the Eagles. Jamie Lanpher scored 12 points to lead Bucksport.

John Bapst 53, Old Town 39

At Old Town, senior center Samantha Gormley scored 11 of her game-high 19 points in the second quarter as John Bapst of Bangor outscored Old Town 17-4 to pull away for a Big East victory at Mackenzie Gym. Gormley, who also had 10 rebounds for the 12-1 Crusaders, started a 19-5 Bapst scoring run with a short pull-up jumper near the end of the first quarter, and the visitors led by as much as 17 in the second half. Old Town (6-5) made things interesting in the fourth quarter with an 8-0 run, trimming the deficit to seven with 4 minutes to play. But the Crusaders answered with seven straight points to stretch the margin back to double digits. Morgan Chasse contributed 11 points for John Bapst with Jordan Myerowitz scoring eight and Kirsty Moriarty seven. Ashley Abbott’s 16 points led Old Town while Sarah Wilcox netted 14.

Central Aroostook 46, Ashland 29

At Ashland, Central Aroostook of Mars Hill out scored Ashland 18-5 in the fourth quarter to capture the win. Rachel Grew led the Panthers with 19 points. Vicki McIntyre scored 16 points and Kristen Long added nine rebounds. Crystal Cook recorded nine points and eight rebounds for the Hornets. Taylor Baker grabbed 15 rebounds.

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Colby 66, R.I. College 61

At Waterville, Adam Choice scored 20 of his game-high 25 points in the second half and Colby coach Dick Whitmore earned his 599th career victory. Whitmore, in his 38th year at Colby, is now 599-318 and ranks seventh all-time in NCAA Division III career victories. Whitmore will seek to gain his 600th win Saturday at home against his alma mater, Bowdoin College.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Colby 61, Gordon 29

At Waterville, Jillian Vaughan had 11 points, 11 rebounds and three blocked shots to lead the White Mules to the nonconference victory. Alison Cappelloni scored 14 points for Colby, while Augusta’s Rachael Mack added nine.

Suffolk 75, Saint Joseph’s 48

At Boston, Julianne Conrad scored 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Suffolk. Meghan Daigle paced the Monks of Standish with 20 points, including 12 of 12 from the foul line. Carolyn Freeman chipped in with 17 points.

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