Jan 29, Scores and Highlights

Posted Jan. 29, 2009, at 8:17 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Bangor Chr. 78, Lee Acad. 76

Bangor 38, Skowhegan 32

Central Aroostook 59, Hodgdon 55

Deer Isle-Stonington 66, Calvary Chapel Christian 47

Ellsworth 70, Central 50

Gr. Houlton Chr. 64, Wisdom 61

Hermon 57, Old Town 40

Houlton 48, Fort Kent 44

MDI 59, John Bapst 25

Penobscot Valley 38, Dexter 29

Schenck 62, Katahdin 42

Shead 42, Woodland 39 (OT)

Stearns 45, Penquis 44

Washburn 55, LCS/MSSM 39

Washington Acad. 67, Narraguagus 54

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bangor Christian 39, Piscataquis 28

Caribou 55, Fort Kent 48

Cen. Aroostook 45, Fort Fairfield 44

Greater Houlton Chr. 47, Wisdom 32

Highview Christian 29, Islesboro 18

Jonesport-Beals 43, Machias 36

Lawrence 39, Hampden 25

Katahdin 45, Ashland 31

Mattanawcook 52, Hermon 45

MDI 51, Central 49 (OT)

Orono 64, Searsport 16

Penobscot Valley 53, Schenck 41

Skowhegan 60, Bangor 44

Stearns 43, Dexter 17

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BOYS HOCKEY

Bangor 7, Lawrence 5

John Bapst 5, Hampden Ac. 3

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

St. Joseph’s 77, Norwich 55

U-New England 83, Regis 60

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Rivier 70, St. Joseph’s 66

U-New England 61, Regis 60

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Schenck 62, Katahdin 42

At East Millinocket, Aaron Hutchins scored 10 of his game high 25 points in the second quarter to lead the Wolverines. Terry McCafferty contributed 17 points. Ethan Qualey led the scoring for the Cougars of Stacyville with 14 points.

Stearns 45, Penquis 44

At Milo, Zach Sadlon scored from close range with three seconds to play, lifting the Minutemen to victory. Sadlon paced Stearns of Millinocket with a game-high 16 points and Garen Manzo contributed 13 points. Bryan Russell’s 10-point effort led Penquis.

Shead 42, Woodland 39 (OT)

Sears scores 1,000th point

At Woodland, Justin Lewey spearheaded a balanced attack with 12 points as Shead of Eastport earned a pointworthy vic-tory. Dave Medeiros, Taylor Mitchell and Wayne Clossey contributed eight points apiece for the Tigers. Aaron St. Pierre scored 17 points for the Dragons. Ben Sears notched 10, including the 1,000th of his career. Chad James also had 10.

MDI 59, John Bapst 25

At Bar Harbor, Jasper Cousins scored 11 points and Jake Minctons tallied 10 amidst a balanced Mount Desert Island attack as the Trojans cruised. Ryan Carr and Tim Armistead led John Bapst of Bangor with six points each.

Ellsworth 70, Central 50

At Corinth, Ryan Petros dropped in 22 points and Brad Folmer 14 as Ellsworth earned the win. Andrew Austin added 12 points for the Eagles. Jake Blanchard led Central with 11.

Bangor 38, Skowhegan 32

At Skowhegan, Ryan LaRochelle put in a game-high 14 points as the Bangor Rams defeated Skowhegan. Jordan McGowan’s nine points paced the host Indians.

Cen. Aroostook 59, Hodgdon 55

At Hodgdon, Manny Martinez connected for 26 points to help the Panthers outlast the Hawks. Caleb Kelly and Kasey Brewer scored 10 points each for Central Aroostook of Mars Hill. Dan McGillicuddy led Hodgdon with 21 points and Chris Williams netted 19 points.

Gr. Houlton Chr. 64, Wisdom 61

At St. Agatha, Chad Duff poured in a game-high 31 points to propel the Eagles to victory. Micah Wiley and Zach Straubel scored 14 and 13 points, respectively, for Greater Houlton Christian Academy. Curtis Picard keyed Wisdom with 24 points and Kurtis Daigle connected for 23 points.

Washburn 55, LCS/MSSM 39

At Limestone, the Beavers outscored the Eagles 21-8 in the third quarter to take the lead for good. Alex McIntosh tossed in 17 points to pace Washburn and Evan Sperry scored 10 points. Michael Allen’s game-high 18 points led the way for Lime-stone/Maine School of Science and Mathematics. Brandon Hopkins added 11 points.

Houlton 48, Fort Kent 44

At Houlton, the Shiretowners shot 9-for-10 from the foul line in the fourth quarter en route to victory over Fort Kent. James Bates led Houlton with a game-high 19 points. Jordan Bragan and Porter Gervais added 10 points apiece for the Shiretowners. Jason Lesaldo and Matthew Harvey paced Fort Kent with 14 points each.

PVHS 38, Dexter 29

At Dexter, Joey McCluskey netted 13 points and Jacob Jones scored 12 to lead Penobscot Valley of Howland by Dexter. C.J. Giles finished with 12 points to pace Dexter.

WA Raiders 67, Narraguagus 54

At East Machias, Noah Von Rotz scored 17 points and dished out six assists to propel the Raiders to victory. Ben Teer tossed in 15 points, while Bryce Colbeth contributed 13 points and 13 rebounds for Washington Academy. Matt Smith added 11 points and Justin Morren grabbed 10 rebounds. Blake Chase hit six 3-pointers en route to a game-high 22 points for Narra-guagus of Harrington. Stephen Strout provided 10 points and 12 rebounds

Bangor Christian 78, Lee 76

At Lee, Brett Bradford nailed nine 3-pointers and sank 16 free throws on his way to a Mallett Gym-record 53 points, pro-pelling the Patriots to victory. Bradford converted a three-point play with 10 seconds left to give Bangor Christian the margin of victory. Tyler Alexander added eight second-half points for BC. Tyler Doty and Grant Sun sparked Lee Acad-emy with 23 and 22 points, respectively.

Hermon 57, Old Town 40

At Hermon, Andy Ball’s 22-point performance carried the Hawks to their 12th victory. Taylor Gross tossed in 11 points for Hermon. Luke Bartlett paced Old Town with a game-high 16 points and Josh Boucher provided 14 points.

DI-Stonington 66, Calvary 57

At Orrington, Eben Powers posted 21 points and 11 rebounds to pilot the Mariners to victory over the Sabers. Joseph Carter and Dustin Powers scored 16 and 15 points, respectively, for Deer Isle-Stonington. Jared Madden led Calvary Chapel Christian with 16 points. Luke Martin and Zack Austin netted 12 points each.

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Girls basketball

GHCA 47, Wisdom 32

At St. Agatha, Kasi Parker netted 23 points as Greater Houlton Christian prevailed. Kari Brewer added 13 points for the Eagles. Kayla Guerrette’s 15 points led Wisdom.

Highview Chr. 29, Islesboro 18

At Islesboro, the Knights from Charleston held the Eagles to four second-half points to earn the victory. Heather Dunfee led a balanced offense for Highview Christian Academy with seven points. Elizabeth Hanson contributed 14 points and six steals. Michelle Price scored a game-high eight points for Islesboro.

Katahdin 45, Ashland 31

At Ashland, Olivia McNally tallied 16 points to propel Katahdin of Stacyville by Ashland. Kayla Rush chipped in with 10 points for the Cougars. Crystal Cook posted eight points to pace Ashland.

Jonesport-Beals 43, Machias 36

At Jonesport, the pressure defense of Whitney Norton and Erin Crowley helped turn the tide as the Royalettes rallied by outscoring the Bulldogs 22-8 in the fourth quarter. Jessica Maclean scored 12 points for Jonesport-Beals and Hannah Carver provided 11 points and 13 rebounds. Tiara Lipton led Machias with 14 points and Danielle Wormell scored 10.

Orono 64, Searsport 16

At Orono, Sarah Thibeault provided 18 points to spark the Red Riots to victory. Jade Keezer tallied 13 points and Ally Sherman posted 11 points, 11 rebounds and five steals. Olivia Quigley led Searsport with six points.

Stearns 43, Dexter 17

At Millinocket, Samantha Lyons scored 12 points and Adriana Eurich added 10 as Stearns improved to 12-2. Miranda Gove paced Dexter with eight points.

Mattanawcook 52, Hermon 45

At Hermon, Brooke Hanscom connected for a game-best 19 points to spark Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln to victory. Anna Paul added nine points for the Lynx. Erin Arnold paced Hermon with 12 points.

Skowhegan 60, Bangor 44

At Red Barry Gym, freshman guard Amanda Johnson canned four 3-pointers en route to 13 points to lead a balanced Skowhegan effort as the visiting Indians knocked off Bangor. Despite having Kaley Brown and Whitney Jones in foul trouble throughout the game, Johnson and junior forward Mackenzie Smith played excellent games off the bench, with Smith hauling down 13 rebounds for 13-3 Skowhegan. Adrienne Davis and Jones netted 11 points apiece for the Indians while Jones had three steals. Smith had four steals. Bangor, which falls to 6-10, didn’t help themselves with 21 turnovers while junior center Stephanie Comstock was relegated to the bench most of the game in foul trouble. Comstock and Brianna McKenna led the Rams with seven points apiece.

C. Aroostook 45, Fort Fairfield 44

At Fort Fairfield, Vicki McIntyre registered 21 points as Central Aroostook of Mars Hill handed Fort Fairfield its first loss of the season. Rachael Grew chipped in with nine points for the Panthers. Amanda Hotham paced Fort Fairfield with 22 points and 10 rebounds. Whitney Clark added 11 points.

Caribou 55, Fort Kent 48

At Caribou, Jenna Selander scored 16 points to help Caribou knock off the Warriors. Katie Ouellette and Kristen Espling each chipped in with 11 points for the Vikings. Emily Pelletier paced Fort Kent with 19 points, Breanna Thibodeau put in 14 and Sam Carapellucci netted 12.

Penobscot Valley 53, Schenck 41

At Howland, Casey McCloskey poured in 27 points, 10 in the third period to lead the Howlers to victory. Leslie Theriault pulled down 14 rebounds. Sonya Brown paced the Wolverines of East Millinocket with 17 points, Laura Nicholson contributed 11 and Lauren Lowell added 10.

MDI 51, Central 49 (OT)

At Bar Harbor, Megan Phelps posted 21 points and 15 rebounds as Mount Desert Island topped Central of Corinth in over-time. Hannah Pray led Central with a game-high 32 points, scoring 18 in the fourth quarter. Bekah Campbell chipped in with 10.

Lawrence 39, Hampden 25

At Fairfield, the Bulldogs opened the game with 11 unanswered points en route to their 11th victory. Kelli Murray paced Lawrence with 14 points and Grace Chavis added nine. Ashley Danforth’s 10 points led Hampden.

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BOYS HOCKEY

Bangor 7, Lawrence 5

At Winslow, Alan Reese netted two goals to spark Bangor to victory over Lawrence. Devon Lyshon, Johnny Warren, Darren Casey-Covell, Nic Cota and Jacob Turmel each scored a goal for Bangor. Joey Seccareccia and Chad Kelley each grabbed two assists. Zack Hamilton stopped 24 of 29 shots for the 9-3 Rams. Jeshua Dearborn scored two goals for Law-rence while Chris Mathieu, Matthew Woodbury and Devan Belanger each scored one. Chris Caron made 42 saves on 49 shots for the 6-7 Bulldogs.

John Bapst 5, Hampden Acad. 3

At Bangor, senior defenseman Tyler Fadrigon and senior left wing Nikki Mitchell each had a pair of goals and two as-sists apiece and Casey Hull scored the go-ahead goal as John Bapst triumphed. The 11-1 Crusaders overcame an excep-tional 37-save performance by Broncos sophomore goalie Jake Ward. The 2-10 Broncos jumped out to 2-0 lead on goals by Josh Tardiff and Cody McAllister just 2:42 into the game but Fadrigon triggered a string of four unanswered goals later in the first period with a screened shot from the midpoint. Mitchell tipped in Chase Huckestein’s point shot to tie it in the second period and Hull’s 20-foot wrister over Ward’s glove broke the tie. Both goals came on the power play. Fadrigon’s high point shot through a screen deflected in off Ward’s stick to make it 4-2 in the third period. McAllister cut it to 4-3 with a quick move around JB goalie Doug Dieuveuil but Mitchell’s empty-netter iced it. Dieuveuil finished with eight saves.

Swimming

HIGH SCHOOL

Wallace Pool, Orono

Orono girls 82, Brewer 104

200 Medley Relay: 1, Brewer (McNally, Jillian; Hodsdon, Jessica; Meehan, Sarah; Fleishman, Hali), 2:11.90. 2, Orono ‘B’, 2:28.68. 3, Brewer ‘B’, 2:34.79. 200 Freestyle: 1, Fleishman, Hali, (B) 2:19.92. 2, Devine, Hilary, (O) 2:27.57. 3, Weigel, Kate, (B) 2:34.64. 4, Hand, Samantha, (B) 2:40.92. 5, Harrington, Sarah, (O) 2:42.78. 6, Mehnert, Kirsten, (O) 2:56.70. 200 IM: 1, Hodsdon, Jessica, (B) 2:23.53. 2, Wallace-Ewing, Veronica, (O) 2:46.11. 3, Wallace-Ewing, Ruby, (O) 2:51.53. 4, Chase, Kristina, (B) 3:00.24. 5, Mills, Erin, (B) 3:07.40. 50 Freestyle: 1, Tozier, Carolyne, (O) 29.62. 2, Hill, Heaven, (B) 29.95. 3, McNally, Jillian, (B) 29.98. 4, Collett, Blaise, (O) 30.70. 5, Lane, Alicia, (B) 32.08. 6, Cribbin, Timika, (O) 34.58. 1 mtr Diving: 1, Bosse, Martina, (B) 172.40. 2, Caron, Rachel, (B) 152.55. 3, LaBreque, Julianne, (O) 131.90. 4, Collett, Blaise, (O) 108.05. 5, Cribbin, Timika, (O) 96.00. 6, Ellis, Emily, (B) 77.80. 100 Butterfly: 1, Dwyer, Lauren, (O) 1:03.55. 2, Meehan, Sarah, (B) 1:13.36. 3, Fleishman, Hali, (B) 1:14.22. 4, Wallace-Ewing, Ruby, (O) 1:19.06. 5, Dimoulas, Ari, (O) 1:25.81. 6, Lane, Alicia, (B) 1:31.41. 100 Freestyle: 1, Hodsdon, Jessica, (B) 58.27. 2, McNally, Jillian, (B) 1:06.13. 3, Devine, Hilary, (O) 1:07.79. 4, Riley, Morgan, (B) 1:12.72. 5, Arabadjis, Sophie, (O) 1:16.05. 6, Wing, Ashley, (O) 1:29.16. 500 Freestyle: 1, Tozier, Carolyne, (O) 6:22.37. 2, Weigel, Kate, (B) 7:05.94. 3, Harrington, Sarah, (O) 7:24.16. 4, Sibley, Rachel, (B) 7:54.14. 5, Mehnert, Kirsten, (O) 8:03.80. 6, Rose, Kori, (B) 8:07.44. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Brewer (Meehan, Sarah; McNally, Jillian; Fleishman, Hali; Hodsdon, Jessica), 1:55.25. 2, Orono ‘A’, 1:59.40. 3, Brewer ‘B’, 2:05.64. 4, Orono ‘B’, 2:23.79. 100 Backstroke: 1, Dwyer, Lauren, (O) 1:10.78. 2, Meehan, Sarah, (B) 1:18.08. 3, Hill, Heaven, (B) 1:25.16. 4, LaBreque, Julianne, (O) 1:28.38. 5, Harriman, Kayla, (O) 1:39.57. 6, Foster, Nichole, (B) 2:02.18. 100 Breaststroke: 1, Wallace-Ewing, Veronica, (O) 1:18.62. 2, Chase, Kristina, (B) 1:32.74. 3, Mills, Erin, (B) 1:35.73. 4, Arabadjis, Sophie, (O) 1:37.13. 5, Burfeind, Jasmin, (B) 1:42.47. 6, White, Elizabeth, (O) 2:12.30. 400 Freestyle Relay: 1, Orono (Wallace-Ewing, Ruby; Harrington, Sarah; LaBreque, Julianne; Wallace-Ewing, Veronica), 4:52.58. 2, Brewer ‘A’, 5:01.31. 3, Brewer ‘B’, 5:24.61. 4, , Orono ‘B’ 6:01.20.

Orono boys 78, Brewer 98

200 Medley Relay: 1, Orono (Dwyer, Cameron; Foley, Carson; Collett, Chase FR, Egenhofer, Patrick), 1:53.25. 2, Brewer ‘A’, 2:10.18. 3, Brewer ‘B’, 2:24.86. 200 Freestyle: 1, Williams, Brent, (B) 1:57.18. 2, Dwyer, Cameron, (O) 1:57.44. 3, Moellentin, Mark, (B) 2:26.56. 4, Borland, Gabe, (O) 2:37.97. 5, Vassar, Stuart, (O) 3:00.13. 6, Colley, Matt, (B) 3:02.16. 200 IM: 1, Foley, Carson, (O) 2:15.58. 2, Woodward, Caleb, (B) 2:24.00. 3, Callahan, Matt, (B) 2:32.07. 50 Freestyle: 1, Callahan, Zack, (B) 26.32. 2, Egenhofer, Patrick, (O) 27.06. 3, Pottle, Mitchell, (B) 27.64. 4, Garcke, Karl, (O) 28.15. 5, Jenkins, Erik, (B) 29.53. 6, Vassar, Bill, (O) 34.71. 1 mtr Diving: 1, Kelly, Kirby, (O) 195.40. 2, Warmuth, Spencer, (B) 158.00. 3, Eden, Blake, (O) 112.65. 100 Butterfly: 1, Collett, Chase, (O) 1:06.63. 2, Moellentin, Mark, (B) 1:11.21. 3, Woodward, Josh, (B) 1:22.55. 100 Freestyle: 1, Callahan, Zack, (B) 58.29. 2, Seavey, Mac, (O) 59.46. 3, Egenhofer, Patrick, (O) 1:00.64. 4, Pottle, Mitchell, (B) 1:02.82. 5, Garcke, Karl, (O) 1:05.05. 6, Colley, Matt, (B) 1:14.87. 500 Freestyle: 1, Williams, Brent, (B) 5:21.93. 2, Taylor, Jon, (B) 6:42.10. 3, Jenkins, Erik, (B) 7:01.90. 4, Borland, Gabe, (O) 7:13.55. 5, Vassar, Stuart, (O) 8:35.65. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Brewer (Callahan, Matt; Callahan, Zack; Woodward, Caleb; Williams, Brent), 1:42.92. 2, Orono ‘A’, 1:55.19. 3, Brewer High School ‘B’, 2:08.53. 100 Back-stroke: 1, Dwyer, Cameron, (O) 59.63. 2, Callahan, Matt, (B) 1:18.92. 3, Taylor, Jon, (B) 1:19.53. 4, Collett, Chase, (O) 1:26.63. 5, Ketchum, Adam, (B) 1:29.90. 6, Vassar, Jim, (O) 1:52.59. 100 Breaststroke: 1, Foley, Carson, (O) 1:06.67. 2, Woodward, Caleb, (B) 1:15.26. 3, Seavey, Mac, (O) 1:21.41. 4, Woodward, Josh, (B) 1:29.09. 400 Freestyle Relay: 1, Brewer (Callahan, Matt; Callahan, Zack; Woodward, Caleb; Williams, Brent), 3:52.87. 2, Orono ‘A’, 3:53.32. 3, Brewer ‘B’, 4:24.45. 4, Orono ‘B’, 4:44.17.

At Husson University, Bangor

Bangor girls 134, Old Town 50

200 Medley Relay: 1, Bangor (Woodcock, Eliza; Lindsay, Emily; Wicks, Meri FR, Dickson, Jenny), 2:18.65. 2, Old Town 2:21.30. 3, Bangor ‘B’, 2:25.46. 4 Old Town ‘B’, 2:37.99. 200 Freestyle: 1, Farrell, Elizabeth, (B) 2:26.52. 2, Williams, Jaime, (B) 2:26.89. 3, Ye, Rebecca, (B) 2:30.17. 4, Ricker, Katie, (OT) 2:47.84. 5, Kopec-Belliveau, Gaelin M, (OT) 3:08.28. 6, Jackson, Megan E, (OT) 3:09.75. 200 IM: 1, Reading, Mariah, (B) 2:18.74. 2, Woodcock, Eliza, (B) 2:35.21. 3, Wicks, Meri, (B) 2:36.88. 4, Bailey, Beth L, (OT) 2:46.99. 5, Gifford, Rebecca, (OT) 2:53.88. 6, Gonnella, Grace, (OT) 3:12.81. 50 Freestyle: 1, Redman, Sadie, (B) 28.25. 2, Osgood, Kim, (B) 30.49. 3, Nickerson, Sarah, (OT) 31.00. 4, Wilkins, Hailey, (OT) 31.73. 5, Bond, Haleigh, (OT) 31.83. 6, Nobles, Lydia, (B) 32.48. 1 mtr Diving: 1, Spellman, Kristen, (B) 146.10. 2, Greene, Erin, (B) 140.55. 3, Smith, Jennifer, (B) 136.15. 4, McLaughlin, Carrie, (OT) 113.75. 5, Rowe, Allie, (B) x110.65. 100 Butterfly: 1, Kenneway, Charlotte, (OT) 1:16.13. 2, Dias, Tynesha, (B) 1:17.16. 3, Lust, Hannah, (B) 1:28.98. 4, Ouellette, Katelynn, (OT) 1:33.86. 100 Freestyle: 1, Dickson, Jenny, (B) 1:02.86. 2, Farrell, Elizabeth, (B) 1:07.25. 3, Bond, Haleigh, (OT) 1:10.04. 4, Dias, Tynesha, (B) 1:11.64. 5, Ricker, Katie, (OT) 1:11.65. 6, Boutilier, Sarah L, (OT) 1:14.35. 500 Freestyle: 1, Wicks, Meri, (B) 6:17.02. 2, Pray, Casey, (B) 6:45.36. 3, Nicker-son, Sarah, (OT) 6:47.14. 4, Livingstone, Sarah, (B) 7:27.95. 5, Manion, Dacie, (OT) 7:42.51. 6, Kopec-Belliveau, Gaelin M, (OT) 8:24.27. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Bangor (Theri-ault, Brianna; Osgood, Kim; Redman, Sadie; Reading, Mariah), 1:52.74. 2, Bangor ‘B’, 2:02.71. 3, Old Town ‘A’, 2:06.93. 4, Old Town ‘B’ , 2:22.40. 100 Backstroke: 1, Kenne-way, Charlotte, (OT) 1:09.94. 2, Theriault, Brianna, (B) 1:10.33. 3, Woodcock, Eliza, (B) 1:12.94. 4, Redman, Sadie, (B) 1:19.46. 5, Gifford, Rebecca, (OT) 1:21.13. 6, McLaughlin, Carrie, (OT) 1:26.00. 100 Breaststroke: 1, Reading, Mariah, (B) 1:12.78. 2, Williams, Jaime, (B) 1:25.97. 3, Bailey, Beth L, (OT) 1:29.57. 4, Gonnella, Grace, (OT) 1:34.91. 5, Swanson, Kate, (B) 1:35.84. 6, Baillargeon, Molly R, (OT) 1:49.71. 400 Freestyle Relay: 1, Bangor (Theriault, Brianna; Redman, Sadie; Woodcock, Eliza; Reading, Mariah), 4:16.79. 2, Bangor ‘B’, 4:33.26. 3, Old Town 4:35.13. 4, Old Town ‘C’ , 5:01.34.

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