Feb. 2, Scores and Highlights

Posted Feb. 02, 2009, at 9:03 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Ashland 82, Washburn 77 (OT)

Calais 51, Houlton 40

Easton 82, LCS/MSSM 44

Hermon 43, John Bapst 17

Piscataquis 44, Dexter 38

Washington Acad. 65, Sumner 58

Woodland 59, Narraguagus 48

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Carrabec 64, Mt. Abram 42

Dexter 27, Penobscot Valley 24

Fort Fairfield 41, Madawaska 30

Fort Kent 68, Limestone/MSSM 38

Foxcroft 60, Ellsworth 26

George Stevens 61, Bucksport 35

Hall-Dale 52, Monmouth Acad. 29

Highview Chr. 31, Islesboro 22

Katahdin 53, Schenck 38

Lisbon 55, Georges Valley 34

Livermore Falls 64, Telstar 34

MDI 51, Mattanawcook 48

Mountain Valley 46, Jay 36

Orono 50, Old Town 39

Scarborough 64, Portland 46

Shead 51, Machias 33

Sumner 44, Searsport 19

Washburn 58, Van Buren 41

Winthrop 43, Madison 36, OT

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BOYS HOCKEY

Bangor 11, Hampden 0

Brewer 7, Messalonskee 1

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Rivier 82, Saint Joseph’s 65

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Woodland 59, Narraguagus 48

Chase scores 1,000th point

At Harrington, Woodland out scored Narraguagus 14-7 in the fourth quarter to pull away to victory as Blake Chase recorded his 1,000th career point for the Knights. Ben Sears scored 22 points to lead the Dragons. Cory Rolfe added 13 points. Senior Chase totaled 22 points, but needed only four to reach the 1,000 mark. He’s the fifth Narraguagus player to scored 1,000, joining Jared Look, Aaron Beal, Chad Fenton and Robby Worster.

Ashland 82, Washburn 77 (OT)

At Ashland, Jeremy Tarr scored six of his game-high 41 points in overtime, going 4-for-4 from the foul line, to lift the Hor-nets to their third overtime victory of the season. Tarr, who hit 41 points for the second time this season, also grabbed 10 rebounds. Lucas Hafford provided 16 points and 11 rebounds and Carl Nemer netted 15 points. Connor Fitzpatrick paced Washburn with 21 points. Jordan McLaughlin tossed in 20 points and Alex McIntosh added 15.

Calais 51, Houlton 40

At Houlton, Cal Shorey scored six points in the fourth quarter when Calais applied some full-court pressure and outscored Houlton 19-10 to earn its 12th victory. Jordan Leeman paced Calais with 18 points and Shorey finished with 16. Porter Gervais led Houlton with 12 points and James Bates netted nine.

Easton 82, LCS/MSSM 44

At Easton, Sam Bacon scored 19 points to lead Easton past Limestone/Maine School of Science and Mathematics. Brad Trask had 15 points for the Bears and Sean Daniels chipped in 11 points. Brandon Hopkins paced the Eagles with 11 points.

Washington Acad. 65, Sumner 58

At East Machias, Noah Von Rotz scored eight points in the fourth quarter and 14 of his 22 total points in the second half to lead the Washington Academy Raiders by Sumner of East Sullivan. Matthew Smith had 11 points for the Raiders. Chris Weaver scored 21 points to pace the Tigers. Woody Huber scored 16 and Dan Leighton added 10.

Hermon 43, John Bapst 17

At Hermon, Kevin Tarr led all scorers with nine points as the Hermon Hawks notched their 13th victory. Shane Hass and Lucas Phillippon each scored four points for the Crusaders of Bangor.

PCHS 44, Dexter 38

At Guilford, Nolan Lovell scored five of Piscataquis Community’s 10 fourth-quarter points when it outscored Dexter 10-5 to take the victory.Lovell finished with 14 points for PCHS and Corbin Shufelt added 13. Dylan Izicki grabbed 10 rebounds.Chris Chambers, Tyler Clukey, Nate Wyman, and Andrew Wing each scored six points for Dexter.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Katahdin 53, Schenck 38

At East Millinocket, Olivia McNally scored 24 points to lead Katahdin of Stacyville past Schenck. Melissa Duffy added 10 points for the Cougars. Ashley DeLoge paced the Wolverines with 16 points.

Washburn 58, Van Buren 41

At Van Buren, Rebecca Campbell sunk seven 3-pointers for 21 points as Washburn topped Van Buren. Rachel Palmer scored 19 points for Washburn and Jordan Chandler added 10 points. Jennifer Ouellette paced the Crusaders with 17 points. Ashley Wilson scored 11 points and Shawna LaPointe chipped in 10 points.

Highview Chr. 31, Islesboro 22

At Johnston Gym, Bangor, Heather Dunfee had 13 points, 10 rebounds and four steals to lead Highview Christian of Charleston to victory over Islesboro. Alexandra Booker added 10 points, 12 steals and three assists for the Knights. Elizabeth Hanson had eight points and eight rebounds. Michelle Price led Islesboro with 12 points.

Foxcroft 60, Ellsworth 26

At Ellsworth, Vanessa Lougee scored 12 points to help lead Foxcroft Academy to victory over Ellsworth. Courtney Withee and Meaghan Keane had 11 points each for the Ponies. Sarah Stanley led Ellsworth with 13 points.

Fort Kent 68, Limestone 38

At Fort Kent, Emily Pelletier nailed eight 3-point field goals and finished with 28 points to help Fort Kent improve to 11-6. Breanna Thibodeau chipped in with 20 points for the winners and Sam Carapellucci contributed 12 points, 16 rebounds and six steals. Kellie Peers paced the Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics with 11 points and Stacy Bernier added 10.

MDI 51, Mattanawcook 48

At Lincoln, Mattanawcook Academy made it 49-48 with 11 seconds left in regulation, but Mount Desert Island of Bar Har-bor’s Sara Carroll made both free throws to secure victory for the Trojans. Anna Joy led MDI with 12 points. Carroll and Rebecca Thorman had 11 points each. Renee Libbey led the Lynx with 20 points. Brooke Hanscom scored 10 points.

Orono 50, Old Town 39

At MacKenzie Gym in Old Town, junior forward Allison Sherman fueled a balanced Orono attack with 16 points and 13 rebounds as the Red Riots earned their first victory over their crosstown rivals in at least 10 years. Orono trailed most of the first half, but took its first lead on Sarah Thibeault’s driving shot down the lane with 18 seconds to play in the first half. The Red Riots never trailed after that, holding Old Town to seven second-half field goals. Jade Keezer connected on eight-of-nine free throws en route to 12 points while Thibeault finished with 11 for 11-6 Orono. Thibeault also had eight rebounds. Ashley Abbott paced 11-7 Old Town with 15 points while Sarah Wilcox added 13.

Fort Fairfield 41, Madawaska 30

At Madawaska, Whitney Clark scored 13 points as Fort Fairfield defeated Madawaska. Erin Dugal and Ashley Cyr scored eight points apiece to lead Madawaska.

Shead 51, Machias 33

At Machias, Robyn Stuart scored 18 points and Kirby McPhail added 16 to lead Shead to victory. Danielle Wormell paced Machias with 14 points.

Dexter 27, Penobscot Valley 24

At Howland, Sarah Murray scored six of her team-high eight points as the Tigers outscored the Howlers 12-4 in the fourth quarter to pull out the victory. Casey McCloskey of Penobscot Valley led all scorers with 16 points.

Sumner 44, Searsport 19

At Searsport, Lona Sargent scored 21 points as Sumner of East Sullivan beat Searsport. Olivia Quigley paced Searsport with seven points.

George Stevens 61, Bucksport 35

At Bucksport, India Frazier scored a game-high 17 points to lead the George Stevens Academy Eagles of Blue Hill. Maddie Park had 13 points and Lydia Clapp added 10 for the Eagles. Emily Lenor scored nine points and Jaimie Lanpher grabbed eight rebounds for the Golden Bucks.

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BOYS ICE HOCKEY

Bangor 11, Hampden 0

At Penobscot Ice Arena, Brewer, Phil Frost and Darren Casey-Covell scored two goals apiece as Bangor shut out Hampden Academy. Dave Pardilla had a goal and two assists for the 11-3 Rams. Nic Cota, Alan Reese, Davey Lyshon and Adam King each had a goal and an assist. Nate Lewis and Ryan King also scored. Cody McInnis provided three assists. Chris Howat saved all 13 shots. Jacob Ward turned away 36 of 47 shots for 3-11 Hampden. JV: Bangor 10-4

Brewer 7, Messalonskee 1

At the Penobscot Ice Arena in Brewer, Tyler White and Joe Fowler each scored two goals and Nick Risser recorded a goal and two assists to help Brewer improve to 11-2-1. Evan Nadeau added a goal and an assist for the Witches and Ryan Nadeau added a goal. Chris Lopez chipped in with two assists while Dylan Fitzpatrick, T.J. McCormick and Joey Perry each notched an assist. Eric White made 14 saves on 15 shots and Matt Sloan had two saves on two shots. For 4-9 Messa-lonskee of Oakland, Sam Dexter scored a goal off an assist from Dustin Veilleux and Matt DelGuidice made 34 saves on 41 shots.

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