Jan. 30, Scores and Highlights

Lawrence's Rossiter Mosher takes control of a rebound from Brewer's Coby Hutchins during the first period of action of Friday's game at Brewer.  Buy Photo
Lawrence's Rossiter Mosher takes control of a rebound from Brewer's Coby Hutchins during the first period of action of Friday's game at Brewer. Buy Photo
Brewer's Ray Bessette goes up for a shot past Lawrence's Rossiter Mosher during Friday's game at Brewer Buy Photo
Brewer's Ray Bessette goes up for a shot past Lawrence's Rossiter Mosher during Friday's game at Brewer Buy Photo
Stearn's Katie Mills, (32), tries to drive between Houlton's Vanessa Sanderson, (24), and Lainey Herring, (33), in the second half of their game in Millinocket on Friday. Buy Photo
Stearn's Katie Mills, (32), tries to drive between Houlton's Vanessa Sanderson, (24), and Lainey Herring, (33), in the second half of their game in Millinocket on Friday. Buy Photo
Stearns' Samantha Lyons, (44), fires up a shot over Houlton's Vanessa Sanderson in the second half of their game in Millinocket  Buy Photo
Stearns' Samantha Lyons, (44), fires up a shot over Houlton's Vanessa Sanderson in the second half of their game in Millinocket Buy Photo
Posted Jan. 30, 2009, at 8:52 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Ashland 72, Easton 66 (OT)

Belfast 45, MCI 29

Brewer 74, Lawrence 58

Bucksport 48, Foxcroft 42

Calais 84, Lubec 47

Camden Hills 83, Medomak 45

Cape Elizabeth 73, Falmouth 70

Cheverus 52, South Portland 39

Cony 70, Oxford Hills 68

Edward Little 60, Morse 47

Forest Hills 73, Highview Chr. 11

Fort Fairfield 82, Wisdom 23

Hampden 57, Mt. Blue 46

Madawaska 72, Hodgdon 43

Maranacook 76, Gardiner 39

Mattanawcook 56, Hermon 43

Messalonskee 40, Nokomis 27

Mount View 37, Waterville 32

Orono 69, Piscataquis 52

Portland 71, Deering 47

Rockland 53, Lincoln Academy 47

Scarborough 64, Kennebunk 41

Sumner 83, Jonesport-Beals 57

Thornton Academy 62, Biddeford 52

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Belfast 51, MCI 34

Biddeford 53, Kennebunk 33

Brewer 33, Lawrence 30

Central 47, Ellsworth 32

Cony 63, Oxford Hills 50

Dexter 52, Sumner 24

Edward Little 52, Morse 25

Forest Hills 67, Highview Christian 29

Fort Fairfield 61, Wisdom 13

Gardiner 64, Maranacook 27

George Stevens 55, Washington Academy 48

Hampden 47, Mt. Blue 39

Hermon 44, Bucksport 29

Leavitt 55, Lewiston 47

Madawaska 41, Hodgdon 35

Madison 41, Monmouth Academy 28

Medomak 41, Camden Hills 37

Messalonskee 52, Nokomis 38

Narraguagus 46, Shead 31

Penquis 56, Foxcroft 50 (OT)

Portland 47, Cheverus 46

So. Aroostook 46, East Grand 11

Stearns 50, Houlton 43

Washburn 34, LCS/MSSM 20

Waterville 55, Mount View 32

Waynflete 58, Sacopee Valley 23

Windham 67, Massabesic 42

Winthrop 44, Carrabec 42

Woodland 35, Calais 31

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Amherst 73, Bowdoin 52

Bates 64, Conn. College 56

Husson 81, Lyndon State 66

Thomas 93, Castleton 66

Trinity 68, Colby 59

UM-Farmington 77, Green Mountain 65

UM-Machias 91, UM-Augusta 85

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Bates 73, Conn. College 58

Bowdoin 63, Amherst 61

Husson 95, Lyndon State 81

MMA 57, Johnston State 44

Thomas 65, Castleton State 50

Trinity 80, Colby 61

UM-Farmington 73, Green Mountain 62

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MEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Bowdoin 4, Salem State 1

UMass Lowell 3, Maine 2

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WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Maine 4, Northeastern 2

Southern Maine 5, Colby 2

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Madawaska 72, Hodgdon 43

At Madawaska, Brandon Bosse hit five 3-pointers on his way to 20 points in the Owls’ victory over the Hawks. Michael Cannan scored 15 points and made six steals for Madawaska, while Jamie Cyr grabbed 11 rebounds and Deejay Gendreau pulled down 10. Chris Williams tallied a game-high 22 points to pace Hodgdon. Dan McGillicuddy scored 12 points.

Ashland 72, Easton 66 (OT)

At Ashland, the Hornets scored the first six points of overtime and held off the Bears. Jeremy Tarr poured in 30 points in the game, including all 10 of his free throws in overtime, to lead Ashland. Lucas Hafford added 19 points and 11 rebounds, and Carl Nemer had 10 points. Brad Trask topped the Bears with 24 points, including six 3-pointers. Sam Bacon, whose 3-pointer at the buzzer sent the game into overtime, and Sean Daniels each posted 15 points.

Fort Fairfield 82, Wisdom 23

At Fort Fairfield, Matt Cresenzo scored 24 points as Fort Fairfield beat Wisdom of St. Agatha. Travis Noyes and Doug Sharpe had 13 points a piece for the Tigers. Austin Dufour added 10 points. Curtis Picard led Wisdom with eight points.

Brewer 74, Lawrence 58

At Brewer, Ray Bessette scored 13 of his 15 points in the second half as Brewer defeated Lawrence of Fairfield. Dom Drake paced the Witches with 18 points. Billy Bissell scored 15 points and Kyle O’Connell chipped in with 13 points. Brooks Spauld-ing led the Bulldogs with 15 points. Matt Perkins scored 14 points.

Mount View 37, Waterville 32

At Thorndike, Michael Cochrane scored 12 points as Mount View beat Waterville. Isaac Webb led the Panthers with 13 points.

Mattanawcook 56, Hermon 43

At Lincoln, Mattanawcook Academy outscored Hermon 26-11 in the fourth quarter to earn the win. The Lynx went 20-for-22 from the free throw line in the fourth. Hermon beat Mattanawcook last week 45-34. Brady Vose led Mattanawcook with 25 points and was a perfect 16-for-16 from the free throw line. Kane McKinnon chipped in 13 points. Andy Ball paced Hermon with 24 points.

Sumner 83, Jonesport-Beals 57

At Jonesport, Woody Huber sparked the Tigers by scoring 12 of his 21 points in the third period. Matt Boyle added 13, Tommy Bell had 12 points and Kenny Ingalls and Dan Leighton contributed 10 points each. Andy Beal paced the Royals with 18 points including three 3-pointers, and Matt Alley chipped in 11 points.

Bucksport 48, Foxcroft 42

At Bucksport, Bucksport outscored Foxcroft Academy 19-5 in the fourth quarter to take the win. Tyler French had 13 points for the Golden Bucks. Dom Kone had 11 points, three steals and three assists while Kyle McGeechan scored 10 points. James Johnston led the Ponies with 14 points. Josiah Richard scored 13.

Calais 84, Lubec 47

At Calais, Jordan Leeman scored 16 points as Calais defeated Lubec. Jeremy Carr had 14 points for the Blue Devils. Roman Hall and Dylan Ramsdell added 12 points each. Timmy Gross led the Hornets with 15 points while Jacob Robbins scored 10 points.

Orono 69, Piscataquis 52

At Orono, the Red Riots outscored the Pirates 17-2 in the third quarter to blow the game open. Brandon LeVasseur’s 21 points led Orono, while Kash Keezer posted a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds. A.J. Coleman contributed 12 points and eight assists and Joel Riemersma added 11 points. Damon Bridge sparked Piscataquis of Guilford with 12 points, while Corbin Shufelt and Nolan Lovell tossed in 10 points each.

Belfast 45, MCI 26

At Belfast, Jimmy Davis posted a game-high 15 points and nine rebounds to lead the Lions past the Huskies.Jason Hughes contributed 12 points for Belfast.Jacob Hunt topped MCI of Pittsfield with eight points.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

So. Aroostook 46, East Grand 11

At Dyer Brook, Rochelle Nadeau scored 11 points as Southern Aroostook routed East Grand of Danforth. Courtney Lloyd led East Grand with nine points.

Fort Fairfield 61, Wisdom 13

At Fort Fairfield, Amber Hotham and Kelsie Wilson scored 12 points apiece to lead Fort Fairfield past Wisdom of St. Agatha. Katy Donovan added 10 points for Fort Fairfield. Hailey Cyr led the Pioneers with six points.

Hampden 47, Mt. Blue 39

At Farmington, Kayla Webb scored 15 of her 23 points in the fourth quarter to lead Hampden Academy over Mt. Blue. Sa-brina Keach led the Cougars with 25 points.

Messalonskee 52, Nokomis 38

At Newport, Hannah Dexter tossed in 19 points to propel Messalonskee of Oakland to victory. Marissa Shaw led the way for Nokomis with 10 points.

Central 47, Ellsworth 32

At Corinth, Bekah Campbell tallied 18 points and eight rebounds to spark the Red Devils to victory. Hannah Pray scored 18 points and Joceyln Portmann grabbed nine rebounds for Central. Sarah Stanley sank nine free throws on her way to 17 points for Ellsworth.

Brewer 33, Lawrence 30

At Brewer, Sheri Valley scored 14 points as Brewer held off Lawrence of Fairfield. Leah Jackson added 12 rebounds for the Witches. Kristin Melcher paced Lawrence with nine points.

Dexter 52, Sumner 24

At Dexter, Sarah Atwater scored 11 of her 14 points in the second half to pace the Tigers of Dexter. Miranda Gove contrib-uted 10 points. Lona Sargent scored 13 points to pace the Sumner Tigers of East Sullivan.

Washburn 34, LCS/MSSM 20

At Limestone, Rebecca Campbell scored 12 points to help Washburn improve to 13-4. Stacy Bernier paced the Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics with nine points.

Madawaska 41, Hodgdon 35

At Madawaska, Kallie Pelletier scored seven of her 15 points in the fourth quarter when the Owls held off the Hawks for the victory. Emma Dionne added 13 points for the winners. Taylor Hovey paced Hodgdon with nine points.

Belfast 51, MCI 34

At Pittsfield, Ade Hills scored 11 points and Brittany Dyer posted 10 to pace Belfast to victory over Maine Central Institute. Whitney Houston led the Huskies with 10 points.

Woodland 35, Calais 31

At Calais, Julia Nicholas scored 13 points as Woodland held off Calais to stay undefeated. Nicole Osborne led the Blue Dev-ils with 13 points.

GSA 55, Washington Acad. 48

At Blue Hill, senior Maddie Park scored her 1,000th career point in the first quarter as George Stevens Academy defeated Washington Academy of East Machias.Park became the fourth Eagle to reach the 1,000-point mark and the first since 2000. Park joins Annie Allen, Nikki Allen and Laura Trenkle on the list.The Eagles earned a split with Washington Academy as the Raiders topped GSA 44-43 on December 30.Park scored 16 points to pace George Stevens. Emily Peake, India Frazier and Stevie Theoharidis scored nine apiece.Andi Flannery led the Raiders with 17 points. Christy Smith added 12 points.

Narraguagus 46, Shead 31

At Harrington, the Knights outscored the Tigers of Eastport 17-3 in the third quarter to pull away for the win.Samantha Baker tallied 12 points and Andrea Perry added 10 for Narraguagus.Kirby McPhail paced Shead with a game-high 16 points, and Vanessa Patterson had eight.

Hermon 44, Bucksport 29

At Hermon, the Hawks powered past the Golden Bucks with their balanced scoring.Ashley Thayer and Victoria Davenport scored eight points each, and Ripley King grabbed nine rebounds.Jaime Lanpher led the Bucks with nine points.

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Swimming

At Ellsworth

MDI girls 110, John Bapst 75

200 medley relay: MDI B (Chelsey Curran, Rebecca Reisman, Gillian Morrison, Alyson Yau) 2:08.80; MDI A 2:12.68, John Bapst A 2:16.00; 200 free: Alyson Yau (MDI) 2:23.09, Isherwood (JB) 2:26.18, Adelmann (MDI) 2:32.64, Blandford (MDI) 2:33.46, Davenport (JB) 2:44.46; 200 IM: Tara Nitardy (JB) 2:16.80, Curran (MDI) 2:20.67, VanKirk (JB) 2:43.25, Morrison (MDI) 2:48.14, Tweedie (MDI) 2:50.67; 50 free: Tarryn Rourk (MDI) 28.59, Peckenham (JB) 28.77, Stanton (MDI) 29.08, Carmack (JB) 29.17, Blank (MDI) 30.63; 1 meter diving: Mae Speight (MDI) 156.30, Rothenleber (MDI) 150.30, Karnofsky (MDI) 109.60, Kizer (JB) 89.25; 100 butterfly: Madeline Branch (JB) 1:19.03, Morrison (MDI) 1:20.01, Ranquist (MDI) 1:20.14, Reisman (MDI) 1:27.13, Rublee (JB) 1:29.86; 100 free: Tarryn Rourk (MDI) 1:02.48, Yau (MDI) 1:02.89, S. Peckenham (JB) 1:05.08, Carmack (JB) 1:06.11, P. Peckenham (JB) 1:06.31; 500 free: Tara Nitardy (JB) 5:33.05, Lovejoy (MDI) 6:25.17, Isherwood (JB) 6:26.00, Karnofsky (MDI) 7:27.25, Webb (JB) 7:36.37; 200 free relay: John Bapst A (Paige Cote, Sally Peckenham, Phoebe Peckenham, Tara Nitardy) 1:54.80; MDI A 1:54.82, MDI B 1:59.98; 100 back: Sarah VanKirk (JB) 1:12.46, Lovejoy (MDI) 1:12.49, Stanton (MDI) 1:16.67, Cote (JB) 1:17.05, Hardy (JB) 1:21.86; 100 breaststroke: Ryann Rourk (MDI) 1:16.58, Urango (JB) 1:24.89, Call (JB) 1:26.25, Blank (MDI) 1:33.54, Ranquist (MDI) 1:33.56; 400 free relay: MDI B (Brittany Lovejoy, Augusta Blandford, Alyson Yau, Chelsey Curran) 4:13.71; John Bapst A 4:14.72, MDI A 4:27.23

MDI boys 120, John Bapst 47

200 medley relay: MDI A (Patrick Breen, Abe Gladstone, Ty Onda, Ian Carbone) 1:49.85; MDI B 1:%2.18, John Bapst A 1:53.23; 200 free: Cullen O’Brien (MDI) 2:00.34, Hen-dricks (MDI) 2:09.96, Kase (MDI) 2:10.89, Grover (JB) 2:16.02, Lad (JB) 2:33.55; 200 IM: Patrick Breen (MDI) 2:25.86, Cline (MDI) 2:29.63, Steel (MDI) 2:29.68, Hoksch (JB) 2:31.77; 50 free: Ian Carbone (MDI) 22.68, Desrosiers (JB) 23.79, Onda (MDI) 23.98, Stevens-Rosa (MDI) 24.71, Amoroso (JB) 27.89; 100 butterfly: Ian Carbone (MDI) 57.90, Stevens-Rosa (MDI) 1:06.01, Abe Gladstone (MDI) 1:11.22, Audette (JB) 1:16.58; 100 free: Ty Onda (MDI) 51.78, Cline (MDI) 55.32, Isherwood (JB) 55.33, Amoroso (JB) 1:03.24, Asselin (JB) 1:06.55; 500 free: Ethan Hoksch (JB) 5:58.58, Grover (JB) 6:13.30, Timko (MDI) 6:15.24, Kase (MDI) 6:18.37; 200 free relay: MDI B (Patrick Breen, Tyler Steel, Cullen O’Brien, Rowan Kase) 1:39.02; MDI A 1:39.83, John Bapst A 1:47.48; 100 back: Michael Breen (MDI) 1:00.68, O’Brien (MDI) 1:03.35, Isherwood (JB) 1:04.53, Hendricks (MDI) 1:06.14, Bate (JB) 1:31.05; 100 breaststroke: Andrew Desrosiers (JB) 1:04.25, Breen (MDI) 1:17.78, Timko (MDI) 1:20.71, Lad (JB) 1:24.57, Vigneault (JB) 1:26.01; 400 free relay: MDI A (Mathias Weber, Ty Onda, Ian Carbone, Will Dickey) 3:59.44; MDI B 4:01.07, John Bapst A 4:29.41

At Camden

Gardiner girls 81, Camden Hills 72

200 Medley Relay: 1, Camden (Filippi, Marianna; Bergman, Mia; Chalmers, Ellery; Creamer, Emily), 2:19.69. 2, Gardiner 2:25.30. 3, Gardiner ‘C’ 2:54.31. 4, Gardiner ‘B’ 3:25.93. 200 Freestyle: 1, Filippi, Marianna, (C) 2:53.08. 2, Gaboury, Ashley, (G) 3:12.51. 3, Philbrook, Jillian, (G) 3:17.99. 4, Bouchard, Izzy, (G) 3:39.24. 200 IM: 1, Kropp, Suzanne, (G) 2:36.52. 2, Creamer, Emily, (C) 2:37.40. 3, Mohney, Helen, (G) 3:29.27. 4, Temple, Grace, (G) 3:39.79. 50 Freestyle: 1, Chalmers, Ellery, (C) 28.71. 2, Kooyenga, Paige, (C) 33.22. 3, Johnson, Kaitlyn, (G) 33.43. 4, Duncan, Mariah E, (G) 34.70. 5, Bouchard, Izzy, (G) 39.39. 100 Butterfly: 1, Creamer, Emily, (C) 1:13.44. 2, Snow, Santina, (G) 1:40.12. 100 Freestyle: 1, Chalmers, Ellery, (C) 1:02.75. 2, Kooyenga, Paige, (C) 1:13.61. 3, Philbrook, Jillian, (G) 1:23.44. 4, Gaboury, Ashley, (G) 1:25.08. 5, Smith, Ashlynn, (G) 1:29.79. 500 Freestyle: 1, Bergman, Mia, (C) 6:43.20. 2, Snow, Santina, (G) 7:27.94. 3, Vogel, Catherine, (C) 7:51.25. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Camden (Chalmers, Ellery; Kooyenga, Paige; Bergman, Mia; Creamer, Emily;), 2:04.99. 2, Gardiner 2:15.84. 3, Gardiner ‘C’ 2:17.13. 4, Gardiner ‘B’ 2:46.61. 100 Backstroke: 1, Johnson, Kaitlyn, (G) 1:24.20. 2, Filippi, Marianna, (C) 1:33.89. 3, Vogel, Catherine, (C) 1:40.45. 100 Breaststroke: 1, Kropp, Suzanne, (G) 1:22.81. 2, Bergman, Mia, (C) 1:29.84. 3, Sondermann, Pia, (G) 1:36.10. 4, Mohney, Helen, (G) 1:45.58. 400 Freestyle Relay: 1, Gardiner (Duncan, Mariah E; Moulton, Shawna; Sondermann, Pia 17; Mohney, Helen), 5:53.46. 2, Gardiner ‘B’ 6:35.23.

Camden Hills boys 12, Gardiner 10

50 Freestyle: 1, Hall, Galen, (G) 30.59. 100 Freestyle: 1, Hall, Taylor, (C), 56.24. 2, Hall, Galen, (G) 1:13.88. 500 Freestyle: 1, Hall, Taylor, (C), 6:14.17.

at Old Town

Bangor 124. Old Town 55

200 Medley Relay: 1, Old Town ‘A’ (Hermansen, Kai; Priest, Jason; Bickford, Robbie; Gaete-Lemus, Camilo J), 1:59.13. 2, Bangor 1:59.73. 3, Bangor ‘B’ 2:00.20. 4, Bangor ‘C’ 2:01.40. 5, Old Town ‘B’ (2:09.50. 200 Freestyle: 1, Moreside, James, (B) 2:03.15. 2, Walton, Isaac, (B) 2:09.27. 3, Lachance, Aaron, (OT), 2:30.69. 4, Fuller, Matt, (B) 2:33.26. 5, Ward, Caleb, (OT), 2:46.15. 200 IM: 1, Kasprzak, Ian, (B) 2:25.27. 2, Tisdale, Welles, (B) 2:37.97. 3, Rogers, Jeff, (B) 2:45.88. 4, Caballero, Alex, (OT), 2:56.16. 50 Freestyle: 1, Quinn, Joey, (B) 23.69. 2, Bickford, Robbie, (OT), 23.79. 3, Cameron, Ihan, (B) 23.97. 4, Barnett, Sam, (B) 25.57. 5, Ploch, Taylor, (OT), 26.52. 6, Chapman, Ben, (OT), 27.16. 1 mtr Diving: 1, Smith, Tim, (B) 204.85. 2, Mallory-MacDonald, Kyle, (B) 133.80. 100 Butterfly: 1, Moreside, James, (B) 1:03.85. 2, Veilleux, Zach, (B) 1:06.75. 3, Ploch, Taylor, (OT), 1:06.81. 4, Baillargeon, Lucas, (OT), 1:24.12. 5, Montemurro, Nick, (B) 1:24.23. 100 Freestyle: 1, Rapaport, Ben, (B) 58.48. 2, Herbold, Tristan, (B) 58.71. 3, Gaete-Lemus, Camilo J, (OT), 59.44. 4, McDonald, Dan, (B) 1:00.20. 5, Gilman, Ryan, (OT), 1:00.35. 6, Chapman, Ben, (OT), 1:00.61. 500 Freestyle: 1, Rogers, Jeff, (B) 6:10.54. 2, Tisdale, Welles, (B) 6:10.81. 3, Ward, Caleb, (OT), 7:19.85. 4, Oullette, Nate, (OT), 7:33.12. 5, Robinson, Ryan, (B) 7:33.89. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Old Town (Wallace, Caleb; Gaete-Lemus, Camilo J; Ploch, Taylor; Bickford, Robbie;), 1:45.24. 2, Bangor 1:47.57. 3, Bangor ‘B’ 1:49.81. 4, Bangor ‘C’ 1:49.87. 5, Old Town ‘B’ (2:01.96. 100 Backstroke: 1, Kaspr-zak, Ian, (B) 1:07.35. 2, Barnett, Sam, (B) 1:08.48. 3, Hermansen, Kai, (OT), 1:08.88. 4, Livingstone, Seth, (B) 1:14.65. 5, Segee, Ben, (OT), 1:16.97. 100 Breaststroke: 1, Bick-ford, Robbie, (OT), 1:12.75. 2, Farrell, Doug, (B) 1:17.62. 3, Rowe, Zach, (B) 1:18.24. 4, Priest, Jason, (OT), 1:18.79. 5, Klam, Joe, (B) 1:19.55. 6, Campbell, Jimmy, (OT), 1:21.76. 400 Freestyle Relay: 1, Bangor ‘C’ (Veilleux, Zach, Livingstone, Seth, Barnett, Sam, Moreside, James ), 3:50.31. 2, Bangor ‘A’ 3:54.09. 3, Old Town ‘4:27.87. 4, Old Town ‘B’ 5:00.47.

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MEN’S BASKETBALL

Husson 81, Lyndon State 66

At Lyndonville, Vt., the Eagles scored 46 second-half points to beat the Hornets.Brock Bradford powered Husson University of Bangor with 22 points, five assists and four steals. Matt MacKenzie also scored 22 points, while Jay Uhrin netted 13 and Nick Perras grabbed 10 rebounds.Cesar Martinez posted 22 points and 13 rebounds for Lyndon State.

UMF 77, Green Mountain 65

At Poultney, Vt., Eric Taylor poured in 34 points and snared 12 rebounds to power the Beavers to victory.Josh Tanguay also registered a double-double with 21 points and 13 rebounds, while Andrew Dean added 10 points.Fabian Ferreira led Green Mountain with 20 points.

UM-Machias 91, UM-Augusta 85

At Machias, Zach Armstrong scored 22 points to help lead the University of Maine-Machias to victory over UMaine-Augusta.Gerardo Vasquez had 17 points for the Clippers. Eric Righter and Moti Kardish scored 11 points each.Lawrence Williams paced UM-Augusta with 34 points. Deon Cheers scored 20 points. Herbert Davis and Dylan Hanscom had 12 points apiece.

Amherst 73, Bowdoin 52

At Brunswick, Brian Baskauskas scored 19 points and the Lord Jeffs shot 52 percent from the field in the victory.Mark Phillips’ 18-point effort paced Bowdoin. Will Hanley added 12 points.

Trinity 68, Colby 59

At Waterville, Brian Ford and Ian Fels scored 13 points apiece as Trinity College topped Colby College.Artie Cutrone led Colby with 21 points and six assists. Michael Russell scored 15 points.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Thomas 65, Castleton State 50

At Castleton, Vt., sophomore Kellie Martel of Cambridge went 7-for-10 from the 3-point line on her way to a game-high 21 points, sparking the Terriers to a North Atlantic Conference upset of the Spartans. Cortney Barrett provided 15 points and seven rebounds and Mallorie Blakney scored 15 points for Thomas College of Waterville. Jess Banks led Castleton State with 15 points.

Husson 95, Lyndon State 81

At Lyndonville, Vt., Husson University outscored Lyndon State College 53-39 in the second half to claim victory. Bree Hanscom led the Eagles with 21 points. Shelby Bradford added 17 points and 14 rebounds and Noelle Lincoln scored 14 points. Jackie Wetzel had 22 points for Lyndon State. Jen Stoddard-Imari added 20 points and 14 rebounds.

Trinity 80, Colby 61

At Hartford, Conn., the Bantams scored 48 second-half points in earning a NESCAC victory over the Mules. Michelle Roy-als and Tess Donie scored 17 points each to pace Trinity. Aarika Ritchie led Colby College of Waterville with 17 points, while Sam Allen tallied 14 points.

UMF 73, Green Mountain 62

At Poultney, Vt., Caitlyn Laflin scored 22 points and the Beavers shot 51 percent from the floor to beat the Eagles.Erin Porter posted 15 points and Samantha Wiley netted 10 for the University of Maine-Farmington.Molly Hopper paced Green Mountain with 18 points and Christina Chamberlin added 17.

MMA 57, Johnson State 44

At Johnson, Vt., Tatum Welch scored 13 points to lift Maine Maritime Academy of Castine over Johnston State.Ashley Tilton added 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Mariners. Elizabeth Cote scored 11 points and Maggie Smith had 10.Claudia Martineau led Johnston State with 16 points.

Bowdoin 63, Amherst 61

At Amherst, Mass., Leah Rubega scored from underneath at the buzzer as the Polar Bears snapped the Lord Jeffs’ 25-game home win streak and handed the hosts their first loss.Jill Henrikson sparked Bowdoin College of Brunswick with 16 points and eight rebounds. Alexa Kaubris netted 14 points.Sarah Leyman led Amherst with a game-high 18 points.

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WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Maine 4, Northeastern 2

At Orono, Myriam Croussette scored two goals and assisted another as the University of Maine defeated Northeastern University. Jordan Colliton and Vanessa Vani also scored for the 5-18-2 Black Bears. Jennie Gallo had three assists and Lexie Hoffmeyer provided two assists. Genevieve Turgeon turned away 31 of 33 shots. Alyssa Wohifeiler and Katy Applin scored for 10-13-2 Northeastern. Florence Scheling saved 21 of 25 shots.

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