Jan 23 Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted Jan. 23, 2009, at 8:14 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Ashland 61, LCS/MSSM 50

Averill 54, Elan 50

Bonny Eagle 57, Noble 46

Brewer 58, Brunswick 55

Camden 75, Waterville 37

Cape Elizabeth 59, Traip Acad. 42

Central Aroostook 58, Southern Aroostook 56

Cheverus 60, South Portland 42

Cony 51, Nokomis 49

Deering 61, Biddeford 52

Edward Little 60, Bangor 51

Falmouth 51, St. Dominic 38

Forest Hills 50, Buckfield 39

Freeport 54, York 49

Georges Valley 68, Mt. Abram 55

Gorham 54, Marshwood 44

Gould Acad. 49, Valley 33

Hampden 69, Mount Ararat 42

Jonesport-Beals 81, Lubec 65

Lawrence 47, Lewiston 44

MCI 47, Oak Hill 37

Medomak 64, Mount View 45

Mt. Blue 91, Leavitt 41

Orono 59, John Bapst 36

Presque Isle 47, Houlton 37

Richmond 69, Sacopee Valley 31

Rockland 81, Belfast 46

Scarborough 65, Massabesic 51

Schenck 65, Lee 62

Shead 65, East Grand 59

Skowhegan 41, Oxford Hills 37

Stearns 66, Dexter 46

Thornton Acad. 76, Kennebunk 26

Washburn 58, Easton 49

Westbrook 62, Portland 48

Winslow 56, Maranacook 43

Yarmouth 69, Waynflete 49

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Averill 45, Elan 12

Bangor Christian 54, Searsport 22

Brunswick 79, Brewer 68

Calais 69, Machias 30

Cape Elizabeth 41, Traip Acad. 25

Carrabec 43, Dirigo 40

Cony 61, Nokomis 54 (OT)

Deering 59, Portland 40

Edward Little 45, Bangor 42

Forest Hills 53, Buckfield 44

Fort Fairfield 73, Van Buren 23

Fort Kent 49, Madawaska 38

Gorham 44, Massabesic 34

Hall-Dale 54, Winthrop 47

Hampden 45, Mount Ararat 35

Lawrence 51, Lewiston 35

Leavitt Area 56, Mt. Blue 41

Marshwood 53, Sanford 39

McAuley 51, South Portland 45

MDI 50, George Stevens 46 (OT)

Medomak 27, Mount View 26

Monmouth Acad. 40, Telstar 38

Mt. Abram 52, Georges Valley 30

North Yarmouth 66, Hyde 56

Oak Hill 54, MCI 28

Penquis 48, Penobscot Valley 39

Scarborough 64, Cheverus 17

Seacoast Christian 36, Hebron Acad. 33

Shead 39, East Grand 31

Skowhegan 58, Oxford Hills 51

St. Dominic 53, Falmouth 30

Thornton Acad. 49, Bonny Eagle 41

Valley 49, Gould Acad. 29

Washington Acad. 63, Sumner 30

Waterville 64, Camden Hills 36

Waynflete 56, Yarmouth 49, OT

Westbrook 38, Kennebunk 34

Windham 46, Biddeford 42

York 60, Freeport 36

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BOYS HOCKEY

Orono 3, Leavitt 2 (OT)

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PREP

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Seacoast 36, Hebron 33

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Bates 57, Bowdoin 54

Castleton State 72, Maine Maritime Acad. 65

Colby 85, Tufts 75

Eastern Maine CC 100, NMCC 69

Husson 79, Green Mountain 74

UM-Farmington 71, Johnson State 58

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Bowdoin 84, Bates 53

Castleton State 58, Maine Maritime Acad. 45

Colby 58, Tufts 55

Husson 80, Green Mountain 67

UM-Farmington 71, Johnson State 55

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WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Amherst 4, Bowdoin 3

Colby 3, Connecticut College 3 (OT)

New Hampshire 3, Maine 0

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Orono 59, John Bapst 36

At Bangor Auditorium, Joel Riemersma scored 18 points as Orono defeated John Bapst. Lee Hecker added 10 points for the Red Riots. Shane Hass led the Crusaders with eight points.

Shead 65, East Grand 59

At Eastport, Wayne Clossey recorded 19 points and nine rebounds as Shead defeated East Grand of Danforth. Thomas Pottle scored 11 points for Shead and Dave Medeiros added 10 points and seven rebounds. Kaleb Dicker scored 16 points for the Vikings. Andrew Gilman and Abe Brittain had 12 points apiece and Seth Cropley chipped in 11 points.

Ashland 61, LCS/MSSM 50

Tarr scores 1,000th point;

At Ashland, senior Jeremy Tarr scored 37 points and surpassed 1,000 career points as Ashland defeated Limestone/Maine School of Science and Mathematics. Tarr needed 32 points to become the 10th Hornet to reach the 1,000-point mark. Tony Baker had 12 rebounds for Ashland. Brandon Hopkins led the Eagles with 14 points.

Presque Isle 47, Houlton 37

At Presque Isle, Russ Mortland scored 14 points as Presque Isle beat Houlton. Nate Ackerson scored six of his 10 points in the fourth quarter for the Wildcats. Evan Richards added eight points and four assists. James Bates paced the Shiretowners with 12 points.

Rockland 81, Belfast 46

At Rockland, Teel Ilvonen poured in a game-high 26 points on the strength of six 3-pointers to propel the Tigers to victory. Tyler Patterson scored 11 points, Chris Nolan netted 10 points and Lincoln Dresser handed out seven assists. Jimmy Davis sparked Belfast with 20 points. Doug Martens added nine.

Jonesport-Beals 81, Lubec 65

At Jonesport, Lucas Holmes scored 10 first-quarter points and Andrew Beal nine as the Royals jumped out to a 15-point lead and cruised to the win. Beal finished with 25 points, Holmes posted 15 points and 11 rebounds and Justin Alley added a dozen points. Timmy Gross powered the Hornets with a game-high 28 points. Chase Fitzsimmons contributed 11.

Hampden 69, Mount Ararat 42

At Hampden, Brad Dolan connected for 10 of his game-high 23 points as the Broncos outscored the Eagles 28-9 in the second quarter to take control. Noah Burditt provided 14 points and nine rebounds for Hampden Academy, while Nolan Turner tossed in 10 points. Cam Vermette paced Mount Ararat of Topsham with 16 points. Josh Walker scored 11.

CAHS 58, So. Aroostook 56

At Mars Hill, Casey Brewer made three of four foul shots in the final 30 seconds, but his Central Aroostook Panthers still had to watch a 3-point shot by Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook miss the mark at the buzzer before celebrating a win. Manny Martinez led the Panthers with 18 points and Brewer finished with 14. Caleb Kelley scored 11. Tyler Robinson led the Warriors with 18 points. Cody Robinson had 11 points and Mike Casey added 10.

Cony 51, Nokomis 49

At Newport, Brian Carville scored 22 points as Cony of Augusta narrowly defeated Nokomis. Greg O’Neill had 11 points for the Rams. Jake Welch, Jordan Richards and Chris Braley scored 12 points each for the Warriors.

WA Raiders 70, Woodland 40

At East Machias, Matthew Smith scored 13 points and Noah Von Rotz added 11 as the Raiders improved their record to 12-1 with the Downeast Athletic Conference victory. WA ran off the gameĀ¹s first eight points and never trailed in securing its fifth consecutive victory. Bryce Colbeth and Wen Hao Song each grabbed 10 rebounds for the Raiders, who finished with a 48-26 advantage on the backboards. WA took a 32-18 halftime lead when Robbie Smith picked up a loose ball and scored at the second-quarter buzzer. Woodland was hurt by its free-throw shooting, making just 6 of 19 attempts in the first half and 14 of 32 for the game. Ben Sears led the 9-4 Dragons with 13 points.

Washburn 58, Easton 49

At Easton, Alex McIntosh paced the Beavers with 15 points, Jordan McLaughlin added 12 including 2 three-pointers, Nick McIntosh had 11 and Connor Fitzpatrick chipped in with 10. Brad Trask scored a game high 17 points and Sam Bacon contributed 12 for the Bears

Brewer 58, Brunswick 55

At Brunswick, seven Brewer players scored in the fourth quarter as the Witches prevailed over Brunswick. Ray Bessette led Brewer with 18 points. Coby Hutchins scored 17 points and Dom Drake added 12 points. Rashon Edgerton scored 17 points to pace Brunswick. Stephen Carter had 16 points and Lucas Klein scored 11 points.

Schenck 65, Lee 62

At Lee, Eric Theriault made all four of his free throw attempts in the final minute to lead Schenck of East Millinocket past Lee Academy. Aaron Hutchins scored 24 points, 16 in the second half, for Schenck. Terry McCafferty added 11 rebounds and nine points. Tyler Doty had 24 points and 11 rebounds to pace the Pandas. Mark Stevens scored 11 points and Ben Guido had 10 points.

Stearns 66, Dexter 46

At Millinocket, senior Zach Sadlon scored 17 points as Stearns topped Dexter during senior night. Seniors Cory Barnett and Tyler Richard scored 13 points each for the Minutemen. Tim Gustin scored 13 points for the Tigers.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Shead 39, East Grand 31

At Eastport, Vanessa Patterson scored six of her 10 points in the third quarter to lead Shead past East Grand of Danforth. Patterson also had eight rebounds for the Tigerettes. Robyn Stuart added nine points and eight rebounds. Courtney Lloyd paced East Grand with 14 points and 13 rebounds.

Fort Kent 49, Madawaska 38

At Fort Kent, Emily Pelletier scored 31 points to lift Fort Kent over Madawaska. Freshman Sam Carapellucci had 10 rebounds and six steals for the Warriors. Erin Dugal paced the Owls with 10 points.

Fort Fairfield 73, Van Buren 23

At Fort Fairfield, Amanda Hotham scored 20 of her game-high 24 points in the first half to power the undefeated Tigers. Whitney Clark added 11 points for Fort Fairfield, and Courtney Churchill had nine. Hotham also grabbed 12 rebounds. Ashley Wilson and Jennifer Ouellette led the Crusaders with eight points each.

MDI 50, George Stevens 46 (OT)

At Bar Harbor, Megan Phelps scored four points in overtime while Sara Carroll added three more as Mount Desert Island defeated George Steven Academy of Blue Hill. The Trojans led by five with 15 seconds remaining in regulation when GSA’s India Frazier hit a two-pointer and Maddi Parks recovered a loose ball and nailed a three-pointer at the buzzer to force overtime. Sophomore Phelps totaled 18 points for MDI and was 10-for-10 from the free throw line. Carroll also scored 18 points. Parks led the Eagles with 17 points. Stevie Theoharidis added 15 points.

Calais 69, Machias 30

At Calais, the Blue Devils outscored the Bulldogs 21-4 in the third quarter to pull away. Kelli Cross paced Calais with 14 points, while Nicole Osborne netted 12 points and Shannon Brown 10 points. Tiara Lipton led Machias with eight points.

Bangor Christian 54, Searsport 22

At Searsport, Whitney Holmes lead all scoring with 14 points, Kelly Robinson and Meredith Bean added 12 each to pace the Patriots to victory. Paige Bradshaw was the high scorer for Vikings with 6 points.

Waterville 64, Camden Hills 36

At Rockport, Jen Nale scored 15 points as Waterville beat Camden Hills. Paige Gardiner added 14 points for the Panthers. Kylie Carlsen led the Windjammers with eight points.

Edward Little 45, Bangor 42

At Bangor, the Red Eddies hit nine free throws in the final quarter to hold off the Rams, who missed a 3-point attempt at the buzzer. Francesca Lally led Edward Little of Auburn with 17 points, Kayla Cummings added 12 and Kristen Prue had 11. Meagan Doucette topped the Rams with 12 points, Hillary Throckmorton contributed 10, Hilary Sivik had nine and Stephanie Comstock posted 12 rebounds.

Penquis 48, Penobscot Valley 39

Erica Lyford 1,000th point

At Milo, senior Erica Lyford needed just 23 points to reach 1,000 for her career and she got it on a free throw with 1:18 remaining in regulation as Penquis defeated Penobscot Valley of Guilford. Lyford is the sixth Penquis player to reach 1,000 points. Kirstie Dawson led the Howlers with 14 points.

Cony 61, Nokomis 54 (OT)

At Newport, senior guards Brittany Ford and Chelsea Arbour canned back-to-back 3-pointers early in the overtime as Cony of Augusta earned a pivotal Class A victory over Nokomis. The Rams led by as many as 14 points in the third quarter, but Nokomis fought back valiantly, embarking on a 19-5 run to close out the quarter, led by the outside shooting of freshman guard Mary Badeen, who would score 14 second-half points. Cony would answer with a fourth-quarter run of its own, as Arbour scored her team’s first 11 points of the period as the Rams established a 46-37 lead with 5 minutes to play. But the Warriors refused to quit, eventually climbing back to within one after Badeen and Sabrina Vaillancourt hit back-to-back 3’s. Kara Batchelder’s free throw with 1.6 left forced the extra period, but Nokomis was held to three field goals in OT. Both clubs are 7-7. Arbour scored a game-high 30 points for Cony while Badeen finished with 20 and Batchelder nine for Nokomis.

Medomak 27, Mount View 26

At Waldoboro, the Panthers held the Mustangs scoreless in the fourth quarter and Lacey Massengale hit 3 of 4 free throws to give Medomak Valley the victory. Massengale finished with 12 points for the winners and Erica Tolman grabbed nine rebounds. Haley Kein paced Mount View of Thorndike with eight ponts.

Washington Acad. 63, Sumner 30

At East Sullivan, Andi Flannery scored 15 points to lead Washington Academy of East Machias past Sumner. Sarah Lehman had 13 points for the Raiders and Taylor Seeley added 11 points. Clarissa West paced Sumner with 10 points.

Brunswick 79, Brewer 68

At Brunswick, Claire Baecher’s 20 points led five Dragons in double figures as Brunswick prevailed over the Witches. Mardi Artis popped in 14 points for the Dragons, Hilary Champagne and Alexa Dearborn added 12 each and Emily Bryant had 10. Sheri Valley powered Brewer with a game-high 24 points, and Leah Jackson contributed 14.

Hampden 45, Mount Ararat 35

At Hampden, Michaela Stephenson and Kayla Webb rang up six points each in the first quarter as the Broncos jumped in the lead and maintained it for the win over the Eagles. Stephenson finished with 12 points, Webb had 11 and Kali Anderson led Hampden with eight rebounds. Hannah Fenwick was the top scorer for Mount Ararat of Topsham with 10 points.

Oak Hill 54, MCI 28

At Pittsfield, Maggie Sabine scored 23 points to propel the Vikings past the Huskies. Becca Lehoytay added 11 points for Oak Hill of Sabattus. Whitney Houston recorded eight points to lead Maine Central Institute.

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BOYS HOCKEY

Orono 3, Leavitt 2 (OT)

At Alfond Arena, Orono, Ben Perry scored off a Kyle Cleary assist in overtime to lead Orono past Leavitt of Turner Center. Brandon Paul and Kirk Francis scored first-period goals for 4-8 Orono. Perry, Cleary and Brandon Pottle provided assists. Andrew Kozerow stopped 26 of 28 shots. Steven Rouillard scored in the second and third periods to tie it for 7-3 Leavitt. Cole Rowland, Scott Cloutier and Nick Urquhart had assists. Cody Violette turned away 28 of 31 shots.

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SWIMMING

At UMaine, Orono

Orono girls 104, Old Town 81

200 Medley Relay: 1, Orono ‘A’ (Dwyer, Lauren; Wallace-Ewing, Veronica; Wallace-Ewing, Ruby; Devine, Hilary), 2:09.08. 2, Old Town ‘A’ 2:27.39. 3, Orono ‘B’, 2:32.11. 4, Old Town ‘B’ 2:39.29. 200 Freestyle: 1, Tozier, Carolyne, (Or), 2:22.83. 2, Gifford, Rebecca, (OT), 2:27.19. 3, Nickerson, Sarah, (OT), 2:27.51. 4, Harrington, Sarah, (Or), 2:41.42. 5, Mehnert, Kirsten, (Or), 2:53.18. 6, Kopec-Belliveau, Gaelin M, (OT), 3:07.28. 200 IM: 1, Wallace-Ewing, Veronica, (Or), 2:43.70. 2, Wallace-Ewing, Ruby, Red Riots, 2:45.65. 3, Bailey, Beth L, (OT), 2:53.89. 4, Gonnella, Grace, (OT), 3:07.27. 5, Lovejoy, Emily C, (OT), 3:22.43. 50 Freestyle: 1, Dwyer, Lauren, (Or), 25.80. 2, Devine, Hilary, (Or), 30.65. 3, Bond, Haleigh, (OT), 31.69. 4, Wilkins, Hailey, (OT), 31.85. 5, Boutilier, Sarah L, (OT), 32.58. 6, Oskar Dottir, Helga, (Or), 36.34. 1 mtr Diving: 1, LaBreque, Julianne, (Or), 133.00. 2, Collett, Blaise, (Or), 111.60. 3, Bachelder, Emily, (OT), 98.20. 4, McLaugh-lin, Carrie, (OT), 94.60. 100 Butterfly: 1, Wallace-Ewing, Ruby, (Or), 1:15.42. 2, Kenneway, Charlotte, (OT), 1:19.68. 3, Dimoulas, Ari, (Or), 1:27.08. 4, Ouellette, Katelynn, (OT), 1:30.50. 5, Jackson, Megan E, (OT), 1:38.98. 100 Freestyle: 1, Devine, Hilary, (Or), 1:06.01. 2, Bond, Haleigh, (OT), 1:08.93. 3, Ricker, Katie, (OT), 1:12.70. 4, Curtis, Ashley, (OT), 1:13.54. 5, Arabadjis, Sophie, (Or), 1:15.98. 500 Freestyle: 1, Tozier, Carolyne, (Or), 6:30.98. 2, Harrington, Sarah, (Or), 7:30.06. 3, Manion, Dacie, (OT), 7:37.11. 4, Mehnert, Kirsten, (Or), 7:50.30. 5, Hatch, Maryanna, (OT), 8:10.92. 6, Callaway, Rachael M, (OT), 8:39.27. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Orono ‘A’ (Devine, Hilary; Collett, Blaise; Tozier, Carolyne; Dwyer, Lauren), 1:57.70. 2, Old Town ‘A’ 2:03.33. 3, Old Town ‘B’ 2:07.79. 4, Orono ‘B’ 2:27.69. 100 Backstroke: 1, Gif-ford, Rebecca, (OT), 1:18.62. 2, Wilkins, Hailey, (OT), 1:25.19. 3, McLaughlin, Carrie, (OT), 1:25.99. 4, LaBreque, Julianne, (Or), 1:29.16. 5, Dimoulas, Ari, (Or), 1:35.71. 100 Breaststroke: 1, Dwyer, Lauren, (Or), 1:13.34. 2, Wallace-Ewing, Veronica, (Or), 1:19.62. 3, Nickerson, Sarah, (OT), 1:35.63. 4, Arabadjis, Sophie, (Or), 1:35.98. 5, Baillargeon, Molly R, (OT), 1:53.00. 400 Freestyle Relay: 1, Old Town ‘A’ (Gif-ford, Rebecca; Ricker, Katie; Kenneway, Charlotte; Nickerson, Sarah), 4:35.06. 2, Orono ‘A’ 4:41.71. 3, Old Town ‘B’ 5:07.36. 4, Orono ‘B’ 5:19.31.

Old Town 104, Orono boys 73

200 Medley Relay: 1, Orono ‘A’ (Dwyer, Cameron; Foley, Carson; Collett, Chase; Garcke, Karl), 1:53.88. 2, Old Town ‘A’ 1:57.07. 3, Old Town ‘B’ 2:12.67. 200 Freestyle: 1, Hermansen, Kai, (OT), 2:07.31. 2, Ploch, Taylor, (OT), 2:12.91. 3, Seavey, Mac, (Or), 2:16.24. 4, Chap-man, Ben, (OT), 2:25.92. 200 IM: 1, Foley, Carson, (Or), 2:16.34. 2, Segee, Ben, (OT), 2:51.31. 3, Caballero, Alex, (OT), 2:57.03. 4, Ellis, Tyler, (OT), 3:33.75. 50 Freestyle: 1, Bickford, Robbie, (OT), 23.11. 2, Collett, Chase, (Or), 25.46. 3, Gilman, Ryan, (OT), 25.83. 4, Baillar-geon, Lucas, (OT), 26.33. 5, Eden, Blake, Red Riots, 36.96. 6, Vassar, Jim, (Or), 47.09. 1 mtr Diving: 1, Kelly, Kirby, (Or), 179.35. 2, Eden, Blake, (Or), 80.50. 100 Butterfly: 1, Dwyer, Cameron, (Or), 57.63. 2, Bickford, Robbie, (OT), 58.57. 3, Collett, Chase, (Or), 1:01.13. 4, Gaete-Lemus, Camilo J, (OT), 1:07.87. 5, Caballero, Alex, (OT), 1:24.76. 100 Freestyle: 1, Ploch, Taylor, (OT), 58.17. 2, Egenhofer, Patrick, (Or), 1:00.07. 3, Chapman, Ben, (OT), 1:00.69. 4, Oullette, Nick, (OT), 1:04.54. 5, Garcke, Karl, (Or), 1:14.59. 500 Freestyle: 1, Hermansen, Kai, (OT), 6:03.06. 2, Seavey, Mac, (Or), 6:24.00. 3, Segee, Ben, (OT), 6:50.26. 4, Ward, Caleb, (OT), 7:12.84. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Old Town ‘A’ (Gaete-Lemus, Camilo J; Ploch, Taylor; Hermansen, Kai; Bickford, Robbie), 1:43.16. 2, Orono ‘A’ 1:50.44. 3, Old Town ‘B’ 1:50.65. 100 Backstroke: 1, Dwyer, Cameron, (Or), 59.90. 2, Campbell, Jimmy, (OT), 1:13.21. 3, Gilman, Ryan, (OT), 1:21.45. 4, Bowen, Matt, (OT), 1:27.54. 5, Garcke, Karl, Red Riots, 1:31.43. 6, Vassar, Jim, (Or), 1:57.18. 100 Breaststroke: 1, Foley, Carson, (Or), 1:07.28. 2, Baillargeon, Lucas, (OT), 1:17.26. 3, Priest, Jason, (OT), 1:17.63. 4, Egenhofer, Patrick, (Or), 1:21.53. 5, Lachance, Aaron, (OT), 1:25.36. 400 Freestyle Relay: 1, Old Town ‘A’ (Chapman, Ben; Ploch, Taylor; Gaete-Lemus, Camilo J; Hermansen, Kai), 3:54.26. 2, Orono ‘A’ 3:59.22. 3, Old Town ‘B’ 4:18.00.

At Bangor Y

John Bapst girls 92.5, Brewer 90.5

200 medley relay: John Bapst A (Sarah VanKirk, Megan Call, Tara Nitardy, Sally Peckenham) 2:08.55; John Bapst B 2:19.29, Brewer A 2:27.01, Brewer B 2:47.03; 200 free: Tara Nitardy (JB) 2:02.58, Meehan (B) 2:18.98, McNally (B) 2:29.80, Mills (B) 2:34.07, Webb (JB) 2:54.61; 200 IM: Hali Fleishman (B) 2:40.15, VanKirk (JB) 2:42.10, Isherwood (JB) 2:48.74, Peckenham (JB) 2:53.53, Weigel (B) 2:55.88, Hand (B) 3:14.26; 50 free: Jessica Hodsdon (B) 26.33, Peckenham (JB) 28.60, Carmack (JB) 28.83, Cote (JB) 29.73, Hill (B) 29.88, Riley (B) 31.22; 1 meter diving: Martina Bosse (B) 176.00, Kizer (JB) 128.85, Caron (B) 128.85; 100 butterfly: Tara Nitardy (JB) 1:01.94, Branch (JB) 1:19.88, Chase (B) 1:22.71, Weigel (B) 1:24.54, Davenport (JB) 1:26.27, Hand (B) 1:45.74; 100 free: Hali Fleishman (B) 1:03.12, Peckenham (JB) 1:03.14, Carmack (JB) 1:05.15, Peckenham (JB) 1:06.50, Hill (B) 1:09.20, Riley (B) 1:12.69; 500 free: Sarah Meehan (B) 6:08.50, Isherwood (JB) 6:29.88, Mills (B) 7:03.00, Hardy (JB) 7:17.19, Webb (JB) 7:41.55, Lane (B) 7.50.01; 200 free: Brewer A (Jillian McNally, Hali Fleishman, Sarah Meehan, Jessica Hodsdon) 1:53.74; John Bapst A 1:57.80, Brewer B 2:07.75, John Bapst B 2:09.00; 100 back: Sarah VanKirk (JB) 1:11.74, Cote (JB) 1:14.25, Chase (B) 1:22.30, Rose (B) 1:33.43, Lane (B) 1:37.48, Handley (JB) 1:45.78; 100 breaststroke: Jessica Hodsdon (B) 1:11.75, Call (JB) 1:25.78, Urango (JB) 1:27.04, McNally (B) 1:30.68, Dunn (B) 1:31.96, McGuire (JB) 1:37.00; 400 free relay: Brewer A (Jillian McNally, Sarah Meehan, Hali Fleishman, Jessica Hodsdon) 4:12.24; John Bapst A 4:12.72, Brewer B 4:42.34, John Bapst B 4:49.47

Brewer boys 88, John Bapst 86

200 medley relay: John Bapst A 1:52.33 (Corey Isherwood, Aaorn Kintzi, Andrew Desrosiers, Ethan Hoksch) 1:52.33; Brewer A 2:04.52, Brewer B 2:22.09, John Bapst B 2:24.66; 200 free: Corey Isherwood (JB) 2:02.17, Woodward (B) 2:03.06, Hoksch (JB) 2:16.28, Pottle (B) 2:21.25, Jenkins (B) 2:39.09, Vigneault (JB) 2:48.57; 200 IM: Brent Williams (B) 2:11.36, Kintzi (JB) 2:17.87, Grover (JB) 2:31.79, Moellentin (B) 2:45.54, Woodward (B) 2:53.93; 50 free: Andrew Desrosiers (JB) 23.26, Callahan (B) 25.19, Amoroso (JB) 27.11, Taylor (B) 27.30, Lin-dell (JB) 30.06, Colley (B) 32.17; 1 meter diving: Spencer Warmuth (B) 152.25; 100 butterlfy: Aaron Kintzi (JB) 1:02.36, Callahan (B) 1:04.73, Grover (JB) 1:09.94, Callahan (B) 1:11.79; 100 free: Caleb Woodward (B) 55.03, Amoroso (JB) 1;02.41, Taylor (B) 1.03.78, Asselin (JB) 1:04.56, Rossignol (B) 1:09.73, Pearson (JB) 1:18.47; 500 free: Brent Williams (B) 5:10.07, Hoksch (JB) 6:00.52, Pottle (B) 6:41.79, Lindell (JB) 7:21.77; 200 free relay: Brewer A (Zack Callahan, Matt Callahan, Caleb Woodward, Brent Williams) 1:41.40; John Bapst A 1:47.73, John Bapst B 2:04.85, Brewer B 2:10.50; 100 back: Corey Isherwood (JB) 1:02.90, Jenkins (B) 1:15.82, Woodward (B) 1:24.57, Bate (JB) 1:33.07, Rossignol (B) 1:37.38; 100 breaststroke: Andrew Desrosiers (JB) 1:03.74, Callahan (B) 1:19.74, Moellentin (B) 1:20.96, Lad (JB) 1:21.17, Vigneault (JB) 1;25.37; 400 free relay: John Bapst A (Camden Amoroso, Ian Grover, Corey Isherwood, Andrew Desrosiers) 3:47.82; Brewer A 3:51.38, Brewer B 4:20.64, John Bapst B 4:57.45

At Husson University, Bangor

Bangor girls 97, MDI 89

200 medley relay: MDI (Chelsey Curran-Grace Tweedie-Alyson Yau-Ryann Rourk) 2:01.72, Bangor 2:03.96, MDI 2:16.09; 200: Mariah Reading(B) 2:03.08, Tarryn Rourk (MDI) 2:18.17, Gillian Morrison (MDI) 2:23.36, Isobel Stanton (MDI) 2:24.49, Elizabeth Farrell (B) 2:26.68; 200 IM: Brianna Theriault (B) 2:28.17, Ryann Rourk (MDI) 2:30.41, Britta Lovejoy (MDI) 2:41.02, Laura Pasquine (B) 2:41.20, Rebecca Reisman (MDI) 2:54.01; 50 free: Alyson Yau (MDI) 28.15, Casey Bray (B) 28.51, Sadie Redman (B) 28.54, Courtney Sullivan (MDI) 28.94, Jenny Dickson (29.08; 1M dive: Meghan Rowe (B) 205.10, Higgins (B) 181.20, Clifford (B) 174.00, Speight (MDI) 167.85, Rothenheber (MDI) 153.65; 100 fly: Chelsey Curran (MDI) 1:04.17, Woodcock (B) 1:10.33, Wicks (B) 1:10.84, Yau (MDI) 1:12.43, Dias (B) 1:17.35; 100 free: Ryan Rourk (MDI) 1:01.86, Dickson (B) 1:03.63, Redman (B) 1:04.27, Tweedie (MDI) 1:04.53, Pray (B) 1:05.72; 500 free: Zarin Kacer (B) 6:11.03, T. Rourk (MDI) 6:11.23, Woodcock (B) 6:24.17, Lovejoy (MDI) 6:33.08, Morrison (MDI) 6:34.32; 200 free relay: MDI (Augusta Blandford, Courtney Sullivan, Alyson Yau, Tarryn Rourk) 1:53.14, Bangor 1:56.54, MDI 1:56.59; 100 back: Chelsey Curran (MDI) 1:01.72, Theriault (B) 1:08.71, Pasquine (B) 1:15.80, Kacer (B) 1:17.45, Ranquist (MDI) 1:21.57; 100 breaststroke: Mariah Reading (B) 1:10.16, Tweedie (MDI) 1:18.37, Wicks (B) 1:20.89, Blandford (MDI) 1:22.59, Reisman (MDI) 1:23.75; 400 free relay: Bangor (Sadie Redman, Zarin Kacer, Brianna Theriault, Mariah Reading) 4:03.62, MDI 4:06.17, Bangor 4:14.80

Mount Desert Island boys 92, Bangor 88

200 medley relay: MDI (Ty Onda-Ian Carbone-Michael Breen-Patrick Breen) 1:42.89, Bangor 1:49.23, MDI 1:53.0; 200 free: Ian Car-bone (MDI) 1:49.30, Joey Quinn (B) 1:55.70, Taylor Wicks (B) 1:59.84, Tristan Herbold (B) 2:02.24, Ben Cline (MDI) 2:02.58; 200 IM: Michael Breen (MDI) 2:13.38, Sam Barnett (B) 2:18.47, James Moreside (B) 2:19.67, Andrew Stevens-Rosa (MDI) 2:19.79, Isaac Walton (B) 2:23.82; 50 free: Ihan Cameron (B) 23.77, Cullen O’Brien (MDI) 23.83, Patrick Breen (MDI) 23.98, Zach Veilleux (B) 24.57, Tyler Steel (MDI) 25.52; 1M dive: Tim Smith (B) 199.15, Kyle Mallory-MacDonald (B) 115.80; 100 butterfly: Michael Breen (MDI) 57.69, Ben Cline (MDI) 1:02.59, Ian Kasprzak (B) 1:03.42, Zach Veilleux (B) 1:05.59, Ben Rapaport (B) 1:06.50; 100 free: Ian Carbone (MDI) 48.99, Joey Quinn (B) 50.59, Ihan Cameron (B) 51:52, Patrick Breen (MDI) 52.76, Thomas McOscar (B) 57.19; 500 free: Ty Onda (MDI) 5:17.21, James Moreside (B) 5:26.90, Tristan Herbold (B) 5:30.27, Jason Carbone (MDI) 5:47.99, Jeff Rogers (B) 6:04.85; 200 free relay: MDI (Patrick Breen-Ben Cline-Michael Breen-Cullen O’Brien) 1:33.81, Bangor 1:34.96, Banor 1:42.68; 100 backstroke: Taylor Wicks (B) 55.71, Ty Onda (MDI) 58.02, Andre Stev-ens-Rosa (MDI) 1:03.32, Ian Kasprzak (B) 1:06.76, Rowan Kase (MDI) 1:08.54; 100 breaststroke: Sam Barnett (B) 1:08.03, Cullen O’Brien (MDI) 1:08.09, Isaac Walton (B) 1:09.75, Jason Carbone (MDI) 1:10.48, Abel Gladstone (MDI) 1:11.48; 400 free relay: MDI (Andrew Stev-ens-Rosa-Ty Onda-Cullen O’Brien-Ian Carbone) 3:25.47, Bangor 3:28.02, MDI 3:42.77

MEN’S BASKETBALL

EMCC 100, NMCC 69

At Presque Isle, Brandon London tossed in 22 points to spark Eastern Maine Community College of Bangor to victory over the Falcons. Billy Smith scored 20 points for the Golden Eagles, who put all 14 players in the scoring column. Keith Edgecomb poured in a game-high 29 points to pace Northern Maine Community College. Matt McGinn netted 21 points.

Husson 79, Green Mountain 74

At Bangor, Matt MacKenzie scored 20 points as Husson University defeated Green Mountain College of Poultney, Vt. Brock Bradford totaled 16 points and 12 assists for the Eagles and Nick Perras added 15 points. Rui Carmo led Green Mountain with 21 points. Bryson Greene scored 15 points.

Colby 85, Tufts 75

At Medford, Mass., the Mules shot 60 percent from the floor in the first half en route to victory over the Jumbos. Adam Choice led Colby College of Waterville with 25 points and nine rebounds. Christian Van Loenen and Justin Sherman scored 14 points each, while Michael Russell contributed 12. Dave Beyel paced Tufts with 16 points, while Bangor’s Aaron Gallant posted 16 points.

Bates 57, Bowdoin 54

At Lewiston, Scott Place made a 3-pointer with four seconds left, lifting the Bobcats to victory over the Polar Bears. Paul Sellew’s 3-pointer with one second to play missed for Bowdoin College of Brunswick. Brian Ellis sparked Bates with 15 points, while Chris Wilson of Brewer contributed 10 points and seven assists. Mark Phillips led Bowdoin with 12 points and eight rebounds. Will Hanley netted 12 points and Tim Lane added 10.

Castleton State 72, MMA 65

At Castine, Kevin Cayea hit four 3-pointers on his way to 20 points to pace the Spartans. Cameron Bodine netted 15 points and Seth Harrington added 10 with nine rebounds for Castleton State of Castleton, Vt. Derek DiFrederico of Millinocket connected for 17 points to lead Maine Maritime Academy. Michael Wharff contributed 13 points and Paul Campbell added 11 points.

UMF 71, Johnson State 58

At Farmington, Ted Neil scored a career-high 25 points as the Beavers triumphed. Pat Howell contributed 10 points while Erik Lelansky added nine points, nine rebounds and eight assists for UMaine-Farmington. Bobby Shedd paced Johnson State with 21 points.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Husson 80, Green Mountain 67

At Bangor, Shelby Bradford totaled 25 points, 18 rebounds, four assists and four steals to lift Husson University over Green Mountain College of Poultney, Vt. Bradford also went 13-for-15 from the free-throw line for the Eagles. Jenny Rollins scored 16 points and Ashley Bragdon chipped in 10 points. Emma Buckley had 20 points, 16 rebounds and seven blocks to lead Green Mountain. Brittany Holden scored 21 points and Molly Hopper added 10 points.

UMF 71, Johnson State 55

Laflin scores 1,00th point;

At Dearborn Gym in Farmington, junior forward Caitlyn Laflin of Farmingdale connected for a game-high 23 points, eclipsing the 1,000-point career plateau, and grabbed eight rebounds to power the Beavers to victory. Erin Porter of Bangor provided nine points and five assists for UMaine-Farmington, which limited Johnson State of Johnsonville, Vt., to 20 second-half points. Claudia Martineau paced the Badgers with 13 points.

Colby 58, Tufts 55

At Wadsworth Gym in Waterville, former Cony High star Rachael Mack went 4-for-4 from the foul line in the final 22 seconds to lift the Mules to the upset of the 11th-ranked Jumbos. Mack, who went 11-for-11 from the foul line overall, finished with a game-high 17 points and 11 rebounds, along with three assists. Julianne Kowalski scored 10 points and Sam Allen added nine for Colby. Casey Sullivan paced Tufts of Medford, Mass., with 15 points.

Castleton State 58, MMA 45

At Castine, Jess Banks scored 12 of her game-high 18 points in the last four minutes to lead the Spartans to victory. Leanne Ketchen added nine points and 10 rebounds for Castleton State of Castleton, Vt. Ashley Tilton of Newport powered Maine Maritime Academy with 17 points and 17 rebounds. Ashley Tilton added seven points.

Bowdoin 84, Bates 53

At Brunswick, Leah Rubega had 19 points, 10 rebounds and three assists to lead Bowdoin College to victory over Bates College of Lewiston. Katie Bergeron had 16 points for the Polar Bears. Val Beckwith led Bates with 17 points.

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WOMEN’S HOCKEY

New Hampshire 3, Maine 0

At Durham, N.H., Sam Faber and Michaela Long each had a goal and an assist as the University of New Hampshire shut out the University of Maine. Jenn Wakefield scored in the second period for 12-5-5 New Hampshire. Kayley Herman turned away all 15 shots. Genevieve Turgeon made 34 saves off 37 shots for the 4-18-2 Black Bears.

http://bangordailynews.com/2009/01/23/sports/jan-23-scores-and-highlights/ printed on August 27, 2014