Jan 16 Scores and Highlights

Posted Jan. 16, 2009, at 9:21 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Bangor 56, Lewiston 41

Calais 62, Jonesport-Beals 61 (OT)

Central Aroostook 66, Ashland 58

Fort Kent 44, LCS/MSSM 39

Hermon 55, Ellsworth 41

Islesboro 86, Chop Point 25

Lincoln Acad. 54, MCI 34

Lubec 76, East Grand 61

Madawaska 68, GHCA 32

Medomak Valley 53, Maranacook 42

MDI 66, Old Town 38

Rockland 53, Waterville 42

Schenck 79, Penquis 50

Stearns 61, George Stevens 54

Van Buren 58, Washburn 55

Winslow 46, Mount View 36

Woodland 91, Machias 59

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bangor 49, Lewiston 30

Bangor Christian 48, Sumner 27

Calais 62, Houlton 37

Central Aroostook 44, Hodgdon 29

Lincoln Acad. 58, MCI 37

Lubec 102, East Grand 33

Madawaska 40, GHCA 26

Mattanawcook 51, Lee 37

Medomak 63, Maranacook 31

Orono 54, Penobscot Valley 33

Penquis 45, Dexter 42, OT

Washburn 55, Van Buren 34

Washington Acad. 51, Narraguagus 49

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BOYS HOCKEY

Cape Elizabeth 6, Presque Isle 3

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MEN’S BASKETBALL

Middlebury 73, Bates 65 (OT)

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Bates 80, Middlebury 67

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WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Southern Maine 4, Castleton St. 0

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MEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Amherst 3, Southern Maine 1

Bentley 3, Maine 1

Middlebury 5, Bowdoin 2

Williams 4, Colby 2

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WOMEN’S SQUASH

Bates 8, Vassar 1

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Lubec 76, East Grand 61

At Lubec, senior Timmy Gross recorded his 1,000th career point in the first quarter as Lubec defeated East Grand of Danforth. Gross scored 30 points and became the fourth Hornet to reach 1,000, joining Paul Cook, Mark Jones and Billy Blake. Sophomore Jacob Robbins had 18 points and 16 rebounds for Lubec and Chris Grant scored 10 points. Kaleb Dicker led the Vikings with 31 points. David Cropley had 10 points and 18 rebounds and Seth Cropley scored 10 points.

Madawaska 68, GHCA 32

At Madawaska, Michael Cannan and Adam Desrosier scored 11 points apiece as Madawaska beat Greater Houlton Christian Academy. Matt Deschenes scored 10 points for the Owls. Jamie Cyr chipped in 13 rebounds and eight points. Zachariah Staubel led the Eagles with eight points.

Fort Kent 44, LCS/MSSM 39

At Fort Kent, Matthew Harvey tossed in 15 points to spark the Warriors to victory. Josh Forsman’s 11-point effort led the way for Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.

Van Buren 58, Washburn 55

At Washburn, Donney Allen scored 21 points to lead Van Buren to its first win. Washburn beat Van Buren 78-44 in December. Derrick Rossignol scored 16 points for Van Buren. Jordan Banks had 11 points and Jacob Giangiordano added 10 points. Nick McIntosh led Washburn with 25 points. Connor Fitzpatrick scored 12 points.

Lincoln Acad. 54, MCI 34

At Pittsfield, Pat Mullin spearheaded a balanced Eagles effort with 14 points. Matt Poole scored 11 points and Ben McLain added 10 for Lincoln Academy of Newcastle. Jacob Hunt led Maine Central Institute with 13 points.

Hermon 55, Ellsworth 41

At Ellsworth, Colton Gross scored a game-high 19 points and the Hawks scored the game’s final 10 points to pull away for their seventh consecutive victory. Taylor Gross added 16 points for 9-2 Hermon, while Andy Ball had seven points and seven rebounds and Alex Pedersen had seven points and six rebounds. Ryan Petros scored 16 points for 8-4 Ellsworth. Hermon never trailed after Colton Gross made three 3-pointers in the game’s first 4 minutes and 5 seconds to help stake the Hawks to an 11-4 lead. Ellsworth stayed close, and finally tied the game at 32-32 on a drive by Kaleb Danico with 1:37 left in the third quarter. Hermon used three forced turnovers as the catalyst for a 10-2 run good for a 42-34 lead 2:33 into the fourth quarter after Kevin Tarr stole the ball and fed Taylor Gross for a layup. A follow-up basket and two free throws by Petros pulled Ellsworth back within 42-38, but Hermon then worked 58 seconds off the clock before Colton Gross drove to the basket and converted a three-point play to restore Hermon to a seven-point lead with 3:54 remaining.

Central Aroostook 66, Ashland 58

At Ashland, Central Aroostook of Mars Hill went 14-for-18 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter to defeat Ashland. Manny Martinez led the Panthers with 25 points. Caleb Kelly scored 13 points and Kasey Brewer added 10 points. Jeremy Tarr scored 20 points for the Hornets. Tony Baker had 15 points while Lucas Hafford added 11.

Schenck 79, Penquis 50

At Milo, Aaron Hutchins scored a game high 23 points including 3 three-points to lead the Wolverines of East Millinocket. Brandan Theriault hit for 15, Terry McCafferty added 14 along with Jared Waite’s 11 for the winners. Ed Cobb lead the Patriots with 13 points.

Islesboro 86, Chop Point 25

At Islesboro, freshman D.J. Johnson totaled 23 points, 11 assists and nine steals as Islesboro routed Chop Point of Woolwich. Sophomore Jason Hatch had 21 points, 16 rebounds and seven assists for the Eagles. David Luebbert scored 14 points and Art Govoni added 11 points. Michael Princiotta led Chop Point with seven points.

Calais 62, Jonesport-Beals 61

At Calais, Jordan Leeman canned a jumper from the elbow with 3.7 seconds remaining in overtime, lifting the Blue Devils to a come-from-behind victory over the Royals. Steven Rogers had made two steals and followed up with layups, sparking a surge that helped Calais erase a 12-point deficit in the last five minutes of regulation. Jonesport-Beals led by as many as five points in OT, but a Dylan Ramsdell 3-pointer eventually got Calais even. Leeman paced the Devils with 16 points, while Cal Shorey netted 13 and Ramsdell added nine on three 3-pointers. Justin Alley’s 16 points led the way for the Royals, who got 14 points from Matt Alley.

Stearns 61, George Stevens 54

At Blue Hill, Cory Barnett had 15 points to lead Stearns of Millinocket to its 11th win. Zach Sadlon contributed 13 points and Garen Manzo 11 for the Minutemen. Nick Saunders had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Eagles while Rashad Frazier had 13 points and eight boards and Nick Doolittle 11.

Rockland 53, Waterville 42

At Rockland, Nick Baudanza tossed in 13 points as Rockland defeated Waterville. Chris Nolan netted 12 points and Teel Ilvolnen 11 for the Tigers. J.D. Gurski had 16 points and Nate Theriault 11 for Waterville.

Winslow 46, Mount View 36

At Thorndike, Scott Siviski scored 14 points as Winslow defeated Mount View. Michael Cochrane led Mount View with 12 points.

Medomak Val. 53, Maranacook 42

At Readfield, Medomak Valley of Waldoboro’s man-to-man defense Maranacook to 10 second-half points as the Panthers rallied from a five-point halftime deficit. Alex Goldrup led Medomak Valley with 14 points and nine rebounds. Kevin Fogg added 10 points and four assists, while Alex MacKenzie also scored 10 points. Pat Norwood paced Maranacook with 14 points.

MDI 66, Old Town 38

At Old Town, Jason Cousins scored 14 points as Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor beat Old Town. Terrance Jones chipped in 10 points for the Trojans. Luke Bartlett and Bronson Merry scored 10 points apiece for Old Town.

Woodland 91, Machias 59

At Woodland, Aaron St. Pierre netted a career-high 31 points as Woodland rolled to the win. Chad James tossed in 24 points and Ben Sears 13 for the Dragons. Michael Jenkins led the Bulldogs with 16 points. Jacob Scoville added 13 and Ty Richards 11.

Bangor 56, Lewiston 41

At Bangor, Zach Blodgett recorded 14 points and eight rebounds to lead Bangor to its seventh straight win. Dan Taft had 10 points and six rebounds for the Rams. Ronnie Turner scored 18 points to lead Lewiston.

Edward Little 80, Brewer 51

At Auburn, James Philbrook led a balanced attack with 12 points as the Red Eddies avenged an earlier loss to the Witches. Tyler Gammon added 11 points for Edward Little, while Corey Theriault scored 10 points for the Red Eddies, who opened up a 43-19 halftime lead. Dom Drake paced Brewer with 13 points.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Lubec 102, East Grand 33

At Lubec, senior Shelby Searles scored a career-high 47 points as Lubec routed East Grand of Danforth. Krista Wright scored 19 points for the Hornets. Megan Huntley added 16 points and Amanda Huntley scored 12 points. Kelsey Daoust led East Grand with 16 points.

Madawaska 40, GHCA 26

At Madawaska, Kallie Pelletier scored 13 points as Madawaska defeated Greater Houlton Christian Academy. Kari Brewer scored 10 points to pace the Eagles.

Central Aroostook 44, Hodgdon 29

At Hodgdon, Vicki McIntyre connected for 21 points to propel the Panthers to victory over the Hawks. Rachel Grew scored 11 points for Central Aroostook of Mars Hill. Chelsea Sloat led Hodgdon with 11 points.

Medomak 63, Maranacook 31

At Waldoboro, Lindsay Renquist led all scores with 12 points, Alana Vose had 11 and Lacy Massengale added 10 for the victorious Panthers. Hannah Clough scored 11 points to pace the Black Bears from Readfield.

Waterville 71, Rockland 32

At Donovan Gym in Waterville, the two-time defending state Class B champion Purple Panthers forced 19 first-half turnovers and steamrolled out to a 41-19 halftime lead en route to their 56th consecutive victory. Coach Ted Rioux’s club improved to 12-0 on the season while the Rockland Tigers fell to 5-7. The Panthers took control right from the outset, not allowing the Tigers into the contest, as Morgan Frame scored 10 first-quarter points which helped build a 27-12 lead. Frame finished with 16 points and 10 rebounds, both game-highs, while Paige Gardiner and Jen Nale contributed 15 points apiece for a Waterville squad which placed eight players in the scoring column. Rockland had a difficult time handling Waterville’s full-court trap, and the Panthers flooded passing lanes early and often which led to 14 points off turnovers in the first half. Frame spearheaded the Panthers’ ‘D’ with eight steals while Gardiner dished out four assists. Baillie Boggs was the lone Tiger in double figures with 14 points.

Washington Academy 51, Narraguagus 49

At East Machias, Andi Flannery posted an unusual triple-double with 18 points, 10 rebounds and 10 steals to pace Washington Academy. Flannery scored 14 points in the second half as the Raiders held off the Knights. Andrea Perry poured in a game-high 23 points for Narraguagus of Harrington, and Samantha Baker added 10.

Bangor 49, Lewiston 30

At Lewiston, Hillary Throckmorton tossed in a game-high 15 points to power the Rams to victory. Hilary Sivik scored 10 points for Bangor. Chandel Bouthot paced Lewiston with 11 points.

Washburn 55, Van Buren 34

At Washburn, Rachel Palmer scored 21 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Washburn past Van Buren. Rebecca Campbell had 17 points and 10 rebounds. Ashley Wilson had 16 points to pace Van Buren. Jennifer Ouellette chipped in 14 points.

Calais 62, Houlton 37

At Houlton, Nicole Osborne scored 19 points to lead Calais past Houlton. Vanessa Sanderson led Houlton with 10 points. Desiree Dow added nine points and seven rebounds.

Mattanawcook 51, Lee 37

At Lincoln, Jordynne Hawkins scored seven points in the fourth quarter to help the Lynx pull away. Katelyn DeRaps led Mattanawcook Academy with 14 points, while Renee Libbey scored 12. Heidi Sappier had 14 points and Morgan McGaw 11 for Lee Academy.

Bangor Christian 48, Sumner 27

At Johnston Gymnasium in Bangor, Kelly Robinson scored 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Patriots. Meredith Bean grabbed 11 rebounds for Bangor Christian. Lona Sargent led Sumner of East Sullivan with eight points.

Orono 54, Penobscot Valley 33

At Howland, Elizabeth Fox scored 19 points to lead Orono to victory over Penobscot Valley. Allison Sherman had 15 points for the Red Riots. Leslie Theriault scored 10 points for the Howlers.

Penquis 45, Dexter 42, OT

At Dexter, Erica Lyford scored the go-ahead basket in overtime and then added two insurance free throws to lift Penquis of Milo to victory. Lyford, who scored six of her team’s seven points during the extra period, also scored with three seconds left in the fourth quarter to force overtime. Lyford finished with 22 points. Shelby Lancaster led Dexter with 12 points, while Callie Mountain added nine.

Lincoln Acad. 58, MCI 37

At Newcastle, Kari Jones posted a game-high 20 points as the Eagles roared out to a 21-point halftime lead en route to the win. Laura Soohey added 11 points for the Eagles, and Stephanie Winchenbach had 10. Whitney Houston led the Huskies of Pittsfield with 11 points.

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BOYS HOCKEY

Cape Elizabeth 6, Presque Isle 3

At the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland, Sam St. Germain posted two goals and two assists as the Capers beat the Wildcats. Zach Labbe and Sean Eubanks provided one goal and one assist each for 7-3 Cape Eliabeth, while Zach Breed and Owen Pearson netted a goal apiece. Phil Jordan made 21 saves on 24 shots. Brennen Shaw paced 4-5-2 Presque Isle with two goals and an assist. Jason Martin scored once, while Mitch Davis chipped in with an assist. Nick Davis made 23 saves on 29 shots.

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SWIMMING

At Wallace Pool, Orono

MDI girls 117, Orono 65

200 Medley Relay: 1, Orono A (Dwyer, Lauren, Wallace-Ewing, Veronica, Wallace-Ewing, Ruby, Tozier, Carolyne), 2:10.88. 2, MDI A 2:13.48. 3, MDI B 2:14.73. 4, Orono B 2:37.53; 200 Freestyle: 1, Tweedie, Grace, (M) 2:25.31. 2, Devine, Hilary, (O) 2:29.02. 3, Blandford, Augusta, (M) 2:31.03. 4, Blank, Gretchen, (M) 2:39.29. 5, Harrington, Sarah, (O) 2:44.67. 6, Mehnert, Kirsten, (O) 2:59.09; 200 IM: 1, Yau, Alyson, (M) 2:42.03. 2, Wallace-Ewing, Veronica, (O) 2:44.35. 3, Stanton, Isobel, (M) 2:49.68. 4, Reisman, Rebecca, (M) 2:54.71; 50 Freestyle: 1, Dwyer, Lauren, (O) 25.74. 2, Rourk, Tarryn, (M) 28.44. 3, Tozier, Carolyne, (O) 29.86. 4, Adelmann, Hannah, (M) 30.04. 5, Speight, Mae, (M) 31.99; 1 mtr Diving: 1, Rothenheber, Jessica, (M) 146.75. 2, LaBreque, Julianne, (O) 130.70. 3, Speight, Mae, (M) 128.10. 4, Karnofsky, Marina, (M) 114.00. 5, Collett, Blaise, (O) 94.25; 100 Butterfly: 1, Rourk, Ryann, (M) 1:11.11. 2, Yau, Alyson, (M) 1:11.77. 3, Wallace-Ewing, Ruby, (O) 1:18.31. 4, Lovejoy, Britta, (M) 1:21.47. 5, Dimoulas, Ari, (O) 1:29.28; 100 Freestyle: 1, Dwyer, Lauren, (O) 58.28. 2, Stanton, Isobel, (M) 1:06.43. 3, Adelmann, Hannah, (M) 1:06.84. 4, Devine, Hilary, (O) 1:07.34. 5, Reisman, Rebecca, (M) 1:12.48. 6, Harrington, Sarah, (O) 1:14.47; 500 Freestyle: 1, Curran, Chelsey, (M) 5:43.24. 2, Rourk, Ryann, (M) 6:10.48. 3, Tozier, Carolyne, (O) 6:15.41; 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Orono A (Wallace-Ewing, Veronica, Devine, Hilary, Tozier, Carolyne, Dwyer, Lauren), 2:01.08. 2, MDI B 2:02.09. 3, MDI C 2:05.58; 100 Backstroke: 1, Rourk, Tarryn, (M) 1:14.35. 2, Lovejoy, Britta, (M) 1:16.39. 3, Wallace-Ewing, Ruby, (O) 1:22.74. 4, Tweedie, Grace, (M) 1:24.13. 5, Dimoulas, Ari, (O) 1:31.58. 6, Harriman, Kayla, (O) 1:42.09; 100 Breaststroke: 1, Curran, Chelsey, (M) 1:15.49. 2, Wallace-Ewing, Veronica, (O) 1:19.76. 3, Karnofsky, Marina, (M) 1:32.01. 4, Sharp, Catherine, (M) 1:36.02. 5, Arabadjis, Sophie, (O) 1:43.43. 6, Oskar Dottir, Helga, (O) 1:53.23; 400 Freestyle Relay: 1, MDI A (Yau, Alyson, Ranquist, Leah, Blandford, Augusta, Curran, Chelsey), 4:25.10. 2, MDI B 4:26.23. 3, Orono A 5:00.10

MDI boys 115, Orono 59

200 Medley Relay: 1, MDI B (Onda, Ty, Gladstone, Abe, Stevens-Rosa, Andre, Cline, Ben), 1:51.01. 2, Orono A 1:52.41. 3, MDI A 1:53.34; 200 Freestyle: 1, Foley, Carson, (O) 1:59.71. 2, Breen, Michael, (M) 2:02.03. 3, O’Brien, Cullen, (M) 2:02.28. 4, Breen, Patrick, (M) 2:06.43. 5, Collett, Chase, (O) 2:21.64; 200 IM: 1, Dwyer, Cameron, (O) 2:12.60. 2, Gladstone, Abe, (M) 2:29.21. 3, Steel, Tyler, (M) 2:35.33. 4, Timko, Max, (M) 2:37.81; 50 Freestyle: 1, Cline, Ben, (M) 24.13. 2, Breen, Michael, (M) 24.65. 3, Seavey, Mac, (O) 27.36. 4, Dickey, Will, (M) 30.89. 5, Vassar, Bill, (O) 32.25. 6, Vassar, Jim, (O) 40.62; 1 mtr Diving: 1, Kelly, Kirby, (O) 211.80. 2, Eden, Blake, (O) 92.80; 100 Butterfly: 1, Carbone, Ian, (M) 57.23. 2, Onda, Ty, (M) 57.93. 3, Collett, Chase, (O) 1:04.89. 4, Steel, Tyler, (M) 1:07.81; 100 Freestyle: 1, Breen, Patrick, (M) 53.99. 2, Carbone, Jason, (M) 58.31. 3, Egenhofer, Patrick, (O) 1:00.50. 4, Garcke, Karl, (O) 1:06.28. 5, Dickey, Will, (M) 1:08.06; 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, MDI A (Carbone, Ian, Breen, Patrick, Breen, Michael, O’Brien, Cullen), 1:34.95. 2, Orono A 2:02.52. 3, MDI B 2:03.01; 500 Freestyle: 1, O’Brien, Cullen, (M) 5:44.27. 2, Seavey, Mac, (O) 6:18.55. 3, Timko, Max, (M) 6:21.69. 4, Gladstone, Abe, (M) 6:29.41; 100 Backstroke: 1, Carbone, Ian, (M) 58.93. 2, Onda, Ty, (M) 58.98. 3, Dwyer, Cameron, (O) 59.00. 4, Carbone, Jason, (M) 1:07.17; 100 Breaststroke: 1, Foley, Carson, (O) 1:07.64. 2, Stevens-Rosa, Andre, (M) 1:14.95. 3, Weber, Mathias, (M) 1:35.35. 400 Freestyle Relay: 1, MDI B (Gladstone, Abe, Breen, Patrick, Cline, Ben, Stevens-Rosa, Andre), 3:43.85. 2, MDI A 3:49.02. 3, Orono A 3:59.84.

At YMCA, Dover-Foxcroft

Foxcroft Acad. girls 90, Washington Acad. 58

200 Medley Relay: 1, Foxcroft A (Murray, Ashley; Murray, Amber; Clark, Marley ; Kurzius, Julia), 2:04.85. 2, Washington Acad. ‘A’ 2:16.90. 3, Foxcroft Acad. B, 2:20.95. 4, Washington Acad. B 2:58.21; 200 Freestyle: 1, Boyer, Erin, (F) 2:17.81. 2, Rier, Acacia, (W) 3:00.29. 3, Johnson, Jessica, (W) 3:20.18. 4, Craven, Candace, (W) 3:21.53; 200 IM: 1, Clark, Marley, (F) 2:22.85. 2, Wongkraisri, Waen, (W) 2:57.60; 50 Freestyle: 1, McBride, Alice, (W) 27.31. 2, Murray, Ashley, (F) 28.15. 3, Kudsi, Ana, (F) 30.61. 4, Grant, Abby, (F) 31.63. 5, Bushman, Lea, (W) 36.09. 6, Craven, Candace, (W) 41.97; 100 Butterfly: 1, McBride, Alice, (W) 1:09.59. 2, Boyer, Erin, (F) 1:13.51; 100 Freestyle: 1, Kurzius, Julia, (F) 1:00.78. 2, Chang, Kate, (W) 1:01.42. 3, Dever, Katie, (F) 1:18.91. 4, Mahoney, Kerri, (W) 1:19.67. 5, Rier, Acacia, (W) 1:23.97; 500 Freestyle: 1, Murray, Amber, (F) 6:09.61. 2, Kudsi, Ana, (F) 6:42.37. 3, Bushman, Lea, (W) 7:48.94; 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Foxcroft Acad. A (Clark, Marley; Murray, Ashley; Kurzius, Julia; Boyer, Erin), 1:51.90. 2, Washington Acad. A 2:03.13. 3, Washington Acad. B 2:43.28; 100 Backstroke: 1, Murray, Amber, (F) 1:07.88. 2, Kurzius, Julia, (F) 1:10.26. 3, Grant, Abby, (F) 1:18.13. 4, Johnson, Jessica, (W) 1:47.76. 5, Brown, Samantha, (W) 2:13.41; 100 Breaststroke: 1, Chang, Kate, (W) 1:13.89. 2, Clark, Marley, (F) 1:17.49. 3, Clarke, Mamie, (F) 1:24.47. 4, Wongkraisri, Waen, (W) 1:29.99. 5, Mahoney, Kerri, (W) 1:36.36; 400 Freestyle Relay: 1, Foxcroft Acad. ‘A’ (Kudsi, Ana; Clarke, Mamie; Grant, Abby; Murray, Amber), 4:46.65

Washington Acad. boys 77, Foxcroft Acad. 52

200 Medley Relay: 1, Washington Acad. A (Knowles, Steve; Hayward, Alex; Fochesato, Eric; Hanson, Kameron), 2:11.33. 2, Foxcroft Acad. A 2:12.70; 200 Freestyle: 1, Brizee, BJ, (W) 2:33.75. 2, Pearsall, Graham, (F) 2:36.02. 3, Beal, Caleb, (W) 2:54.03; 200 IM: 1, Oldfield, Seth, (F) 2:15.80. 2, Knowles, Mike, (W) 2:45.27. 3, Fochesato, Eric, (W) 2:46.40; 50 Freestyle: 1, Hanson, Kameron, (W) 28.60. 2, Knowles, Steve, (W) 28.67. 3, Evans, Zach, (F) 28.68. 4, Soto, Leonard, (F) 30.63; 100 Butterfly: 1, Knowles, Steve, (W) 1:08.34; 100 Freestyle: 1, Evans, Zach, (F) 1:03.82. 2, Soto, Leonard, (F) 1:10.86. 3, Pearsall, Graham, (F) 1:11.07. 4, Hayward, Alex, (W) 1:21.99; 500 Freestyle: 1, Fochesato, Eric, (W) 6:29.92; 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Washington Acad. A (Hanson, Kameron; Knowles, Steve; Knowles, Mike; Fochesato, Eric), 1:58.45. 2, Washington Acad. B 2:44.96; 100 Backstroke: 1, Stiffler, RJ, (F) 1:23.00. 2, Hanson, Kameron, (W) 1:24.86; 100 Breaststroke: 1, Oldfield, Seth, (F) 1:06.89. 2, Beal, Caleb, (W) 1:24.90. 3, Knowles, Mike, (W) 1:24.98. 4, Hayward, Alex, (W) 1:26.42; 400 Freestyle Relay: 1, Foxcroft Acad. A (Evans, Zach; Pearsall, Graham; Soto, Leonard ; Oldfield, Seth), 4:22.87. 2, Washington Acad. A 4:55.43.

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COLLEGE

MEN’S HOCKEY

Bentley 3, Maine 1

ORONO — The Bentley University Falcons picked up the most prestigious victory in their men’s hockey history Friday night. Senior left wing Jeff Gumaer scored goals 2:46 apart in the final three minutes of the first period and freshman goalie Kyle Rank made 35 saves in a magnificent performance as Bentley University stunned the reeling University of Maine Black Bears 3-1. Bentley improved to 9-11-1 while Maine fell to 10-9-2. Maine’s winless streak has now extended to five games (0-4-1). Gumaer opened the scoring with 2:59 left in the first period as he took a pass from Anthony Canzoneri while skating backward and flipped the backhander past Maine goalie Dave Wilson. Later in the period Gumaer dug out a loose puck in a scramble in front of Wilson and swept it past Wilson’s right skate. Ryan Flynn finally broke through for the Black Bears on the power play with 10:01 remaining in regulation, but Rank made a couple more outstanding saves and Eric Peterson added an empty-net goal with 46 seconds left.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Bates 80, Middlebury 67

At Lewiston, Val Beckwith scored a season-high 26 points and posted eight rebounds and seven assists to lead the Bobcats to the New England Small College Athletic Conference victory. Lauren Yanofski contributed 13 points and eight assists for Bates, while Kelsey Flaherty provided 10 points. Ashley Barron led Middlebury with 15 points and Brittany Perfetti tallied 14.

Suffolk 75, Saint Joseph’s 48

At Boston Thursday night, 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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