Jan 19 Scores, highlights and postponements

Posted Jan. 19, 2009, at 7:28 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Calais 55, Houlton 41

Camden Hills 92, Mount View 49

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Caribou 52, John Bapst 28

Central Aroostook 63, Madawaska 49

Cheverus 60, Westbrook 44

Hermon 54, Central 17

Lee 66, Katahdin 52

Medomak 63, Belfast 45

Narraguagus 76, Jonesport-Beals 72

Penquis 56, Fort Kent 44

Presque Isle 42, Mattanawcook 40

Southern Aroostook 63, Easton 54

Washington Acad. 72, Orono 57

Woodland 91, Lubec 53

Monday’s Postponements

Brewer at Messalonskee, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Dexter 48, Searsport 7

Greely 59, Lake Region 27

John Bapst 57, Caribou 45

Lee 58, Katahdin 52

Mattanawcook 44, Presque Isle 43

Mount Abram 54, Livermore Falls 49

Noble 33, South Portland 22

Old Town 47, Hermon 36

Orono 61, Piscataquis 26

Penobscot Val. 39, Bangor Chr. 37

Penquis 47, Fort Kent 39

Southern Aroostook 47, Central Aroostook 35

Waynflete 54, Traip Acad. 39

Woodland 47, Shead 30

Monday’s Postponements

Calais at Jonesport-Beals, Sat. 7 p.m.

Messalonskee at Brewer, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.

Narraguagus at Sumner, ppd.

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WRESTLING

Monday’s Postponements

Camden Hills, Oak Hill, Brewer, Cony, Belfast, Erskine at Winslow, cancelled

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Maine 78, New Hampshire 75 (2OT)

Saint Joseph’s 73, Emmanuel 65

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Colby 60, Wentworth 40

Emmanuel 89, Saint Joseph’s 82

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Penquis 56, Fort Kent 44

At Milo, Ryan Bailey led a trio of double-digit scorers with 17 points for the Penquis Patriots of Milo. Justin Artus scored 14 points and Eddie Cobb had 11 for the Patriots. Matt Harvey scored 17 and Alex Charette added 10 for the visiting Warriors.

CAHS 63, Madawaska 49

At Mars Hill, Caleb Kelly scored 16 points as Central Aroostook defeated Madawaska. Kasey Brewer and Mitchell Folsom scored 11 points each for the Panthers. Logan McLaughlin chipped in 10 points. Brandon Bosse led the Owls with 10 points.

Presque Isle 42, MA Lynx 40

At Lincoln, Nate Ackerson hit a 10-foot jumper with about seven seconds remaining to break the 40-40 tie and lead Presque Isle to victory over Mattanawcook Academy. It was the fourth straight loss by the Lynx; two in double overtime and the other two by two points or fewer. Ackerson led the Wildcats with 20 points while Russ Mortland added 13 points. Kane McKinnon totaled 15 points and eight rebounds for Mattanawcook. Brady Vose scored 10 points.

Lee 66, Katahdin 52

At Lee, Dean MacDonald had 14 points as Lee Academy beat Katahdin of Stacyville. Grant Sun scored 11 points for the Pandas. A.J. Harris and Ben Guido scored 10 points each and Tyler Doty chipped in 10 rebounds. Brandon Robinson led the Cougars with 20 points. Evan McCarthy scored 10 points.

Caribou 52, John Bapst 28

At Bangor Auditorium, Cameron Anderson scored 20 points as Caribou defeated John Bapst. Anderson went 11-for-13 from the free throw line and the Caribou team was 25-for-31 from the line. Ryan Carr scored 14 points to lead John Bapst.

Washington Acad. 77, Orono 52

At East Machias, Bryce Colbeth scored 14 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter when the Raiders outscored the Red Riots 19-5 en route to the victory. Ben Teer chipped in with 24 points for the Raiders, including 20 in the first half when he nailed six 3-pointers. Noah von Rotz added 15 points and six assists and Colbeth had eight rebounds. Lee Hecker paced Orono with 17 points and Joel Riemersma put in 15.

Narraguagus 76, Jonesport-Beals 72

At Harrington, Steve Strout spearheaded a balanced effort with 21 points and 12 rebounds as the Knights won a tight game. Blake Chase scored 13 points, Josh Beal and Danny Bradbury tossed in 12 each, and Andrew Polley posted 10 points for Narraguagus. Lucas Holmes paced the Royals with 21 points. Tyler Turcotte and Matthew Alley connected for 15 points each and Andrew Beal added 10.

Calais 55, Houlton 41

At Calais, Calais out scored Houlton 15-6 in the second quarter to pull away to victory. Cal Shorey paced Calais with 15 points while Jordan Leeman added 12 points. James Bates scored 11 points for Houlton.

Woodland 91, Lubec 53

At Woodland, Ben Sears scored 19 points as Woodland routed Lubec. Chad James scored 14 points for the Dragons. Cory Rolfe had 12 points and Aaron St. Pierre scored 11 points. Ed Flaherty and Keith Curtis had 10 points apiece. Jordan Jones led Lubec with 14 points. Timmy Gross scored 12 points.

Camden Hills 92, Mount View 49

At Rockport, Tyler McFarland scored 17 points as Camden Hills defeated Mount View of Thorndike. Gordon Fischer scored 14 points for the Windjammers and Kiefer Lammi added 12 points. Michael Cochrane led Mount View with 17 points.

So. Aroostook 63, Easton 54

At Easton, the Warriors went 14-for-14 from the foul line in the fourth quarter to earn the road victory. Tyler Robinson paced Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook with a game-high 23 points. Jesse Small scored 11 points and Stephen Grant netted 10. Easton was paced by Sean Daniels, whose team-high 22 points were the most since he lost his left forearm and hand in a farming accident prior to the 2007-08 season. Sam Bacon tossed in 17 points and Brad Trask added 11 for the Bears.

Hermon 54, Central 17

At Hermon, Kevin Tarr, Joel Adams and Andy Ball each scored eight points to lead Hermon by the Red Devils of Corinth. Jake Blanchard scored five points to lead Central.

Medomak 63, Belfast 45

At Waldoboro, Medomak Valley applied some full-court pressure in the second quarter to rally from a five-point deficit and outscore the Lions 19-8 en route to its ninth victory. Alex MacKenzie paced the Panthers with 17 points and Dale Winchenbach contributed 12 points and four steals. Alex Goldrup chipped in with 10 points and four steals and Daniel Dube grabbed eight rebounds. Jack Davis scored 11 points for the Lions and Jimmy Davis added 10.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

MA Lynx 44, Presque Isle 43

At Lincoln, Renee Libbey scored five points in the final 11 seconds to rally the Mattanawcook Academy Lynx by the Wildcats. With the Lynx down by four, Libbey nailed a 3-pointer with 11 seconds left and scored with three seconds left for the winning edge after a PI turnover. Libbey finished with 21 points, including five 3-pointers, and Jordynne Hawkins added eight points. Sarah Porter paced the Wildcats with 20 points and Elizabeth Kofstad put in nine.

SAHS 47, CAHS 35

At Dyer Brook, the Southern Aroostook Warriors took an eight-point lead at the end of the first quarter and maintained their edge en route to their 11th win. Jasmine Rockwell scored 10 points for the winners and Rochelle Nadeau put in nine. Rachel Grew paced Central Aroostook of Mars Hill with 11 points and Vicki McIntyre added eight.

Penquis 47, Fort Kent 39

At Milo, Erica Lyford scored all of her game-high 15 points in the second half to lead the host Penquis Patriots. Emily Pelletier scored 14 to pace the Warriors.

John Bapst 57, Caribou 45

At Bangor Auditorium, senior Morgan Chasse scored a career-high 31 points as John Bapst beat Caribou during Senior Night. Chasse went 9-for-10 from the free throw line and 11-for-15 from the floor. Senior Sam Gormley added 11 points for the Crusaders and fellow senior Sam Maquillan added seven rebounds, seven assists and three steals. Jenna Selander and Amanda Cyr scored 12 points apiece for the Vikings. Kristen Espling scored 11 points.

Woodland 47, Shead 30

At Eastport, Ariel Knights recorded 13 points, nine rebounds and six steals to help the Dragons improve to 12-0. Julia Nicholas chipped in with 12 points for the winners. Robyn Stuart paced Shead with 12 points and Sarah Hoche put in eight.

Lee 58, Katahdin 52

At Lee, Heidi Sappier scored 11 of her season-high 28 points in the fourth quarter to lift Lee Academy over Katahdin of Stacyville. The Pandas out scored the Cougars 20-11 in the fourth. Morgan McGaw had 13 rebounds and nine points for Lee Academy. Olivia McNally led Katahdin with 15 points. Kali Rush scored 14 points and Alisha Majkowski added 10 points.

Old Town 47, Hermon 36

At Old Town, Sarah Wilcox scored 18 points to lift Old Town over Hermon. Ripley King, Ashley Thayer and Erin Arnold scored eight points apiece to lead Hermon.

Dexter 48, Searsport 7

At Searsport, Sarah Murray and Shelbee Lancaster connected for 12 points each as the Tigers beat the Vikings. Olivia Quigley scored all seven of her team’s points for the Vikings.

PVHS 39, Bangor Chr. 37

At Howland, Casey McCloskey was fouled while making a two-pointer with 25 seconds remaining to make it 38-37 and converted one of her two free throws to lead Penobscot Valley past Bangor Christian. McCloskey scored seven of her 15 points in the fourth quarter as the Howlers out scored the Patriots 16-6 in the quarter. Kristie Dawson added 10 points for Penobscot Valley. Emma Johnson scored 16 points for Bangor Christian and Kelly Robinson chipped in 13 points.

Orono 61, Piscataquis 26

At Orono, Ally Sherman scored 14 points to help the Red Riots improve to 8-5. Jade Keezer chipped in with 12 points for Orono and Elizabeth Fox netted 11. Megan Martell paced Piscataquis Community with six.

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WRESTLING

At Waldoboro

MCI 42, Mt. Blue 30

112: Caresse Marcotte (MB) by forfeit; 119: Brandon Wright (MCI) pinned Brandon Sholan 2:28; 125: Kyle Blaisdell (MCI) by forfeit; 130: Gary Theriault (MB) pined Donald Russell :41; 135: Andrew Currier (MB) pinned Zach Raye 1:15; 140: Chris Ingram (MB) pined Thomas Turner 3:07; 145: Chris Ouellet (MCI) pinned Zach Faulkner :56; 152: Patrick Hapworth (MCI) pinned Dan Slater 3:24; 160: Revelin Goewey (MCI) pinned Caleb Farrington 1:30; 171: Peyton Hodgkin (MB) by forfeit; 189: Roy Williams (MCI) pinned Cody Churchill 1:23; 215: Sean Henry (MCI) pinned Dameon Mooar :14

Lincoln Academy 41, MCI 37

103: Nikki Leeman (LA) by forfeit; 112: Harley Benner (LA) by forfeit; 119: Brandon Wright (MCI) pinned Brandon Mammina 2:44; 125: Kyle Blaisdell (MCI) by forfeit; 130: Donald Russell (MCI) by forfeit; 135: Derek Juchnik (LA) tech fall Zach Raye 16-1; 140: Thomas Turner (MCI) pinned Dylan York 1:59; 145: Chris Oullet (MCI) pinned Tucker Phinney 4:54; 152: Patrick Hapworth (MCI) dec. Ryan Wahl 13-1; 160: Alex Benner (LA) pinned Revelin Goewey 5:07; 171: Jordan Knott (LA) by forfeit; 189: Roy Williams (MCI) dec. Jesse Markeski 10-7; 215: Dustin Creamer (LA) pinned Sean Henry 1:32; 285: Brian Stebner (LA) by forfeit

Independent

152: Patrick Hapworth (MCI) pinned Jocob Garrett (Boothbay) 1:04

At Bangor

John Bapst 60, Old Town 18

112: Russell Costain (JB) by forfeit; 119: Pat Hall (JB) by forfeit; 125: Rene Dorian (OT) by forfeit; 130: Lawrence DiPeitro (JB) pinned Julie Cookson :21; 135: John Frankland (JB) pinned Josh Parkhurst 2:24; 140: Dillon Jordan (JB) by forfeit; 145: Justin Jordan (JB) pinned Justin Libby 1:02; 152: Fred Lear (JB) by forfeit; 160: Robert MacDonald (OT) pinned Isabella Eckard :42; 171: Rick Rullo (JB) pinned Tyler Jackson :38; 189: Lee Larry (OT) pinned Jason Fernandez :39; 215: A.J. Snapp (JB) pinned Brian Jipson 1:12; 285: Julia Dunton (JB) by forfeit

John Bapst 72, Hermon 0

112: Russell Costain (JB) by forfeit; 119: Pat Hall (JB) by forfeit; 130: Lawrence DiPeitro (JB) by forfeit; 135: John Frankland (JB) by forfeit; 140: Dillon Jordan (JB) by forfeit; 145: Justin Jordan (JB) by forfeit; 152: Fred Lear (JB) by forfeit; 160: Isabella Eckard (JB) by forfeit; 171: Nick Rullo (JB) by forfeit; 189: Jason Fernandez (JB) by forfeit; 215: A.J. Snapp (JB) by forfeit; 285: Julia Dunton (JB) by forfeit

Old Town 48, Hermon 0

125: Rene Dorian (OT) by forfeit; 130: Julia Cookson (OT) by forfeit; 135: Josh Parkhurst (OT) by forfeit; 145: Justin Libby (OT) by forfeit; 160: Robert MacDonald (OT) by forfeit; 171: Tyler Jackson (OT) by forfeit; 189: Lee Larry (OT) by forfeit; 215: Brian Jipson (OT) by forfeit

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Men’s basketball

Saint Joseph’s 73, Emmanuel 65

At Standish, Zach O’Brien scored 15 points to lead Saint Joseph’s College past Emmanuel College. Ray Eatmon had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Monks. Chris Davis also scored 11 points. Mike Jackson led Emmanuel with 20 points.

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Women’s basketball

Emmanuel 89, Saint Joseph’s 82

At Standish, Iman Davis scored 39 points and had eight rebounds to lead Emmanuel College to victory over Saint Joseph’s College. Kristin LeBel had 21 points for Emmanuel and Karin Bird from Lee added 16 points. Carolyn Freeman paced the Lady Monks with 21 points. Meghan Daigle scored 16 points and Ashley Geel added 15 points.

Colby 60, Wentworth 40

At Waterville, Alison Cappelloni had 15 points and 12 rebounds to lead Colby College to victory over the Wentworth Institute of Technology. Meredith Aronson scored 11 points for Colby. Rachael Mack and Julianne Kowalski had 10 points apiece. Michelle Fauci led Wentworth led Wentworth with 13 points.

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