Feb. 3, Scores and Highlights

Posted Feb. 03, 2009, at 8:30 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Bangor 48, Mt. Blue 44

Brewer 57, Skowhegan 44

Camden Hills 81, Lincoln Acad. 36

Ellsworth 64, Foxcroft 54

Forest Hills 63, Greenville 54

Fort Fairfield 47, Hodgdon 23

Fort Kent 62, Van Buren 47

George Stevens 50, Bucksport 49

GHCA 72, East Grand 54

Hampden 55, Messalonskee 44

Lawrence 69, Nokomis 39

Madawaska 77, Wisdom 32

MDI 53, Mattanawcook 49

Orono 51, Old Town 48

Penquis 46, Penobscot Valley 39

Rockland 60, Medomak 50

Schenck 52, Piscataquis 42

Shead 86, Lubec 50

So. Aroostook 50, Katahdin 45

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Caribou 54, Houlton 50

Central Aroostook 53, Easton 20

DI-Stonington 43, Bangor Chr. 39

Gardiner 44, MCI 24

GHCA 58, East Grand 26

Highview Chr. 47, Averill 29

Lawrence 40, Nokomis 31

Medomak 37, Rockland 33

Messalonskee 57, Hampden 28

Mt. Blue 41, Bangor 35

Skowhegan 57, Brewer 41

Waterville 77, Maranacook 23

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BOYS HOCKEY

Presque Isle 5, Orono 2

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Bowdoin 56, Babson 34

Colby 81, Southern Maine 57

Husson 77, UM-Farmington 73 (OT)

Maine Maritime 77, Thomas 63

Stony Brook 70, Maine 59

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Husson 78, UM-Farmington 67

Maine Maritime 83, Thomas 70

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Shead 86, Lubec 50

At Lubec, Wayne Clossey scored 16 points to lead Shead of Eastport to victory over Lubec.Justin Lewey scored 15 points for the Tigers. Thomas Pottle had 13 points, Tyler Mitchell scored 12 points and Dave Medeiros netted 10.Chase Fitzsimmons led the Hornets with 12 points.

So. Aroostook 50, Katahdin 45

At Dyer Brook, Dakota Sleeper scored 10 of his game-high 28 points to spark a third-quarter surge and went 6-for-6 from the foul line in the fourth quarter to help the Warriors hold off the Cougars. Tyler Robinson scored 12 points and went 3-for-3 from the foul line in the fourth quarter for Southern Aroostook. Josh Guiggey’s 14 points paced Katahdin of Stacyville. Brandon Robinson added nine points.

Fort Kent 62, Van Buren 47

At Fort Kent, Matthew Harvey dropped in 32 points, including five 3-pointers as the Warriors triumphed. Jason Lesaldo chipped in 12 points and Alex Charette 11 for Fort Kent. Derrick Rossignol had 22 points while John Dumond netted 13 for Van Buren.

Madawaska 77, Wisdom 32

At St. Agatha, Deejay Gendreau and Brandon Bosse scored 21 points apiece as Madawaska beat Wisdom. Curtis Picard led the Pioneers with 10 points.

MDI 53, Mattanawcook 49

At Bar Harbor, Jasper Cousins scored 17 points as Mount Desert Island ended its regular season with a win over Mat-tanawcook Academy of Lincoln. Nate Ward had 13 points for the Trojans and Jason Burke added 12 points. Lance Bernier paced the Lynx with 18 points. Brady Vose scored 14 points and is 17 points shy of 1,000 for his career.

Ellsworth 64, Foxcroft 54

At Ellsworth, Ryan Petros netted 19 points as Ellsworth defeated Foxcroft Academy. Brad Folmer tossed in 14 points for the Eagles. Jamie Nason paced the Ponies with 26 points, including six 3-pointers, while Josiah Richard contributed 10.

Brewer 57, Skowhegan 44

At Brewer, Dom Drake scored 20 points to lead Brewer past Skowhegan. Coby Hutchins chipped in 10 points for the Witches. Jordan Taylor paced Skowhegan with 16 points.

Hampden 55, Messalonskee 44

At Hampden, Brad Dolan tossed in 12 points to lead the Broncos to victory. Nolan Turner tossed in 10 points for Hampden Academy. Matt Ouellette paced Messalonskee of Oakland with 11 points.

Cam. Hills 81, Lincoln Acad. 36

At Rockport, Gordon Fischer, Graham Safford and Tyler McFarland each recorded a double-double to power the unde-feated Windjammers. Fischer recorded 21 points and 19 rebounds, Safford 12 points and 11 assists and McFarland 10 points and 15 boards for Camden Hills. Taylor Gartley contributed 13 points. Pat Mullin and Ethan Wajer scored nine points apiece for Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.

Lawrence 69, Nokomis 39

At Newport, Matt Perkins and Christian Perkins netted 13 points apiece to pace the Lawrence Bulldogs of Fairfield to the win. Brooks Spaulding added 10 points for the winners. Chris Braley tossed in 19 points and Jeremy Higgins 12 for Nokomis.

George Stevens 50, Bucksport 49

At Blue Hill, Nick Saunders hit an eight-foot jumper to tie it at 49-49, was fouled and made the resulting free throw with eight seconds left to lead George Stevens Academy past Bucksport on Senior Night. The Eagles outscored the Golden Bucks 25-14 in the fourth quarter. Senior Saunders scored 17 of his 23 points in the fourth and chipped in 15 rebounds. Rashad Frazier had 14 rebounds, seven points, five steals and four assists. Nick Doolittle scored 10 points and Elias Spring added six assists and two steals. Kyle McGeechan led Bucksport with 16 points. Tyler French scored 10 points.

Forest Hills 63, Greenville 54; Cody Gilboe scores 1000th point

At Jackman, 6-4 senior center Cody Gilboe needed 19 points going into the game to reach the 1,000-point level. He pumped in 40 points and pulled down 25 rebounds to lead the Tigers of Jackman to victory. Dylan McNally added 11 points for Forest Hills. Tony DiAngelo paced the Lakers with 14 points and Joe Gilbert and Alex Jardine each contributed 12 for Greenville

Fort Fairfield 47, Hodgdon 23

At Hodgdon, Travis Noyes tallied 14 points to lead the undefeated Tigers to victory. Josh Booth added 11 points for Fort Fairfield. Chris Williams had nine points for Hodgdon.

Orono 51, Old Town 48

At Orono, Kash Keezer made both ends of a bonus with 22 seconds left to put the Red Riots in the lead for good, then Morgan Talty added two more down the stretch to secure the victory. Joel Riemersma led Orono with a game-high 17 points. A.J. Coleman posted 12 points and six assists. Josh Boucher paced Old Town with 16 points, while Luke Bartlett and Court-land Loring added 10 points each.

Bangor 48, Mt. Blue 44

At Bangor, Ryan LaRochelle scored 10 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer midway through the fourth quarter, as the Rams won for the 10th time in their last 11 games. LaRochelle’s 3-pointer gave 12-5 Bangor a 33-31 lead with 5:50 remaining, and Dan Taft followed with a three-point play before Nate Frazier hit two free throws and a 3-pointer of his own to cap off an 11-2 run that gave the Rams a 41-33 lead with 3:30 to play. Mt. Blue (12-5) crept back to within 46-44 on a layup by Ryan Backus with 39 seconds left, and regained possession on a backcourt turnover by Bangor, only to come up empty at the offensive end. Frazier made 1 of 2 from the line with 18 seconds left to make it a three-point game, but Mt. Blue could not convert on any of three shots it took on its next possession. Bangor’s Zane Gray then made 1 of 2 from the line with 3.5 seconds left to give the Rams a four-point advantage. Dan Taft finished with 11 points and seven rebounds for Bangor, while frontcourt mate Zach Blodgett had 10 points and 12 rebounds. Frazier scored nine points for the Rams. Ben Russell and Jamie Sawyer each scored 17 points for Mt. Blue of Farmington, while Cam Sennick grabbed eight rebounds and Ryan Backus had seven rebounds, three steals and three blocked shots.

GHCA 72, East Grand 54

At Danforth, Chad Duff scored 26 points as Greater Houlton Christian Academy beat East Grand. Zach Straubel added 20 points for the Eagles. Kaleb Dicker paced East Grand with 18 points. Seth Cropley scored 13 points and David Cropley had 18 rebounds.

Penquis 46, Penobscot Valley 39

At Howland, Justin Artus fired in 10 point including three 3-pointers to lead the Patriots of Milo to victory. Jake Jones scored 13 points and Joe McCloskey added 12 for the Howlers from Howland.

Bangor Chr. 56, Searsport 49

At Searsport, senior Brett Bradford scored 17 points, including the 1,000th of his career, to lead Bangor Christian to victory over Searsport. Bradford got his 1,000th point about two minutes into the second quarter. He needed only three coming into the game to reach the mark. Jon Johnson and Seth Dorman scored 12 points apiece for the Patriots. Dan Peach led Searsport with 15 points while Rocky Faunce chipped in 11 points and 14 rebounds.

Schenck 52, Piscataquis 42

At Guilford, Aaron Hutchins scored five points to ignite a late 10-2 scoring run that lifted the Wolverines to victory. Hutch-ins finished with 14 points for Schenck of East Millinocket. Terry McCafferty scored 12 points and Cody LeVasseur added 10. Damien Bridge netted a game-high 18 points for Piscataquis.

Rockland 60, Medomak Valley 50

At Waldoboro, Chris Nolan scored a game high 26 points including 3 3-pointers to pace the Tigers. Nick Baudanza chipped in 15 and Tyler Patterson contributed 10 points for the winners. Kevin Fogg led the Panthers from Waldoboro with 13 points.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

GHCA 58, East Grand 26

At Danforth, Kari Brewer scored 18 points as Greater Houlton Christian Academy beat East Grand.Kasi Parker added 10 points for the Eagles.Kelsey Daoust paced East Grand with 16 points.

Highview Chr. 47, Averill 29

At Hinckley, Alexandra Booker had 22 points, nine rebounds, four steals and two assists as Highview Christian of Charleston defeated Averill.Elizabeth Hanson had 16 rebounds, seven points, six steals, five assists and two blocks for the Knights. Heather Dunfee chipped in eight points and nine rebounds.Dorothy Leighton led Averill with 20 points.

Gardiner 46, MCI 24

At Pittsfield, Karly Pelletier connected for a game-high 14 points to propel Gardiner to victory. Hannah Lawrence contrib-uted nine points and 13 rebounds for the Tigers. Celeste Michaud, Tiffany McLaggan, Kristy Huff and Jenna Tozier scored four points apiece for Maine Central Institute.

DI-Ston. 43, Bangor Chr. 39

At Deer Isle, Audra Eaton netted 16 points as the host Mariners pulled out the win. Erika Hutchins chipped in 11 points for Deer Isle-Stonington. Whitney Holmes led Bangor Christian with 11 points.

Caribou 54, Houlton 50

At Houlton, Caribou went on a 21-6 run midway through the third and into the fourth quarters as the Vikings topped Houl-ton. Caribou was 9-for-12 from the free throw line in the fourth. Kristin Espling led Caribou with 19 points while Katie Ouellette added 14 points. Vanessa Sanderson scored 20 points for Houlton. Desiree Dow had 10 points.

Central Aroostook 53, Easton 20

At Mars Hill, Rachel Grew scored 19 points as the Panthers capped off their regular season with a victory. Vicki McIntyre added 13 points for Central Aroostook. Taylor Burtt’s five points paced Easton.

Messalonskee 57, Hampden 28

At Oakland, Hannah Dexter scored 17 points as Messalonskee defeated Hampden Academy. Kaitlyn Deering had 12 points for the Eagles. Jessica Bridges and Ariana Perry scored 10 points each. Julia Snyder led the Broncos with eight points.

Lawrence 40, Nokomis 31

At Fairfield, Kelli Murray scored 17 points to lift Lawrence over Nokomis of Newport. Mary Badeen scored 10 points to pace Nokomis.

Skowhegan 57, Brewer 41

At Skowhegan, the host Indians outscored the Witches 31-16 in the second half to pull away for the victory. Kaylee Brown and Kenzie Smith tossed in 14 points apiece for Skowhegan while Smith grabbed 10 rebounds. Whitney Jones contributed eight points, eight boards and six assists. Amy Adams paced Brewer with 11 points while Leah Jackson added eight more.

Waterville 77, Maranacook 23

At Waterville, Morgan Frame recorded a double-double with 30 points and 15 rebounds as undefeated Waterville rolled to its 61st straight win. Jen Nale poured in 20 points for the Purple Panthers. Hannah Clough led Maranacook of Readfield with seven points.

Medomak 37, Rockland 33

At Waldoboro, Danielle Dyer scored six of her 11 points in the fourth quarter to lead Medomak Valley past Rockland. Joelle Joyce scored nine points to lead the Tigers.

Mt. Blue 41, Bangor 35

At Farmington, the Cougars’ efforts at the free-throw line in the final 30 seconds preserved their first win of the season. Chelsea Thompson scored all of her game-high 15 points in the second half to pace Mt. Blue. Kate Treadwell topped the Rams with 10 points.

Mount View 42, Belfast 35

At Thorndike, Jessica Smith netted 14 points to lead Mount View past Belfast. Hayleigh Kein contributed nine points for the Mustangs. Brittany Dyer scored 11 points to pace Belfast.

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ICE HOCKEY

Presque Isle 5, Orono 2

At The Forum, Presque Isle, Brennen Shaw scored three goals and assisted another as Presque Isle defeated Orono.Shaw is only two points away from 100 for his career.Mitch Davis had a goal and an assist for the 6-3 Wildcats. Isaac LaJoie scored while Mark Carvell and Jason Martin recorded assists. Nic Davis turned away 22 of 24 shots.Brandon Paul and Dan Perry scored for 4-9 Orono. Kirk Francis and Jake Doing assisted Paul’s goal. Andrew Kozerow saved 24 of 29 shots.

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MEN’S BASKETBALL

Colby 81, Southern Maine 57

At Waterville, the Mules built a big first-half lead while beating the Huskies. Michael Russell led a balanced Colby effort with 16 points, while Adam Choice tallied 15 and Gil Haylon had 14. John Sewall tossed in a game-high 23 points for the University of Southern Maine of Gorham. Otis Smith scored 12 points.

Maine Maritime 77, Thomas 63

At Waterville, the Mariners went 12-for-21 from the 3-point arc while beating the Terriers. Jarred Sternbergh and Paul Campbell sparked Maine Maritime Academy of Castine with 18 points each. Jake Manner (10 rebounds) tallied 17 points and Bryant Ciomei added 10. Andrew Duncanson poured in a game-high 28 points to lead Thomas. Isaiah Brathwaite netted 14 points and Shawn Rodgers dominated the boards with 19 rebounds.

Bowdoin 56, Babson 34

At Brunswick, the Polar Bears’ defense was the difference in the win over Babson. Kyle Jackson’s 17 points paced Bowdoin College. Pat Belniak scored 10 points for the Beavers.

Stony Brook 70, Maine 59

At Orono, the University of Maine men never really developed any offensive rhythm Tuesday night and it showed en route to Stony Brook University’s basketball victory at Alfond Arena. Maine’s fourth straight America East conference loss dropped the Bears to 8-15 overall and 3-7 in league play. Stony Brook matched its best-ever AE start and avenged an earlier home loss to Maine as it improved to 13-10 overall and 5-5 in the league. Muhammad El-Amin led the Seawolves with 22 points despite scoring just six in the second half. He also grabbed five rebounds, all in the first half. Freshman guard Gerald McLemore and sophomore forward Sean McNally of Gardiner led Maine with 14 points each. McNally also had seven re-bounds. The Black Bears played a lackluster first half as they were outrebounded 12-4 offensively (which led to a 17-4 edge in second-chance points) and 23-17 overall. They also committed 11 turnovers to SBU’s five and were outscored 19-5 in points off turnovers. The Bears were also outscored 18-6 off the bench. The Seawolves used a 14-4 scoring run to turn a 24-23 deficit with 4:50 left in the half into an eight-point lead at halftime. El-Amin led the SBU charge with 16 points on 4-for-5 shooting from 3-point range in the first half.

SKIING

High School

KVAC Championships

At Black Mountain, Rumford

Girls Giant Slalom

Mt. Blue 34, Edward Little 36, Oxford Hills 38, Camden Hills 95, Hampden Acad. 96, Maranacook 118, Leavitt 138

Halie Gilman (Oxford Hills) 1 minute, 14.80 seconds, Emily Blackwood (Edward Little) 1:14.90, Phoebe Chamberlin (EL) 1:16.00, Emily Dean (Mt. Blue) 1:16.40, Abbie Davis (Mt.B) 1:17.10, Emma Walters (Winslow) 1:17.70, Abby Smith (OH) 1:17.90, Molly Howe (Hampden) 1:18.80, Abby Mace (Maranacook) 1:19.00, Eliza Richard (Mt.B) 1:19.90, Amanda Hall (Mt.B) 1:20.20, Marisa Hanning (OH) 1:20.30, Heidi Harrison (HA) 1:21.80, Krista Hakala (OH) 1:22.50, Hayley Aydelott (Camden Hills) 1:22.50, Kayla Turner (OH) 1:23.20, Abby Ellis (Mt.B) 1:23.60, Natalie Dumont (Skowhegan) 1:24.70, Tiffany Levesque (Lewiston) 1:24.80, Kristin Lindstrom (OH) 1:25.60, Julie Beauchesne (CH) 1:25.70, Hanna Fournier (EL) 1:26.20

Boys Giant Slalom

Edward Little 26, Mt. Blue 50, Leavitt 58, Maranacook 74, Camden Hills 96, Oxford Hills 121, Skowhegan 125, Hampden Acad. 145

Mitchell Snowe (Edward Little) 1 minute, 7.50 seconds, Sam Ricker (Leavitt) 1:09.10, Branden Lever (EL) 1:09.50, Tory Quinn (Waterville) 1:09.90, Sean Daigle (Maranacook) 1:10.00, Benjamin Roy (Messalonskee) 1:10.00, Andrew Baxter (Camden Hills) 1:10.20, J.J. Jackson (EL) 1:10.50, Matt Nale (Wat) 1:11.20, Brody Youland (Leavitt) 1:11.30, Alex Witt (Mt. Blue) 1:11.30, Sam Prentiss (Mt.B) 1:11.30, Ben Davis (Mt.B) 1:11.60, Clark Chamberlain (EL) 1:117.70, Jared Foster (Mt.B) 1:11.80, Taylor Menezes (OH) 1:12.30, Tom Lynch (EL) 1:12.50, Shane Smith (Mt.B) 1:12.80, Sam Pelletier (Mar) 1:13.10, Ethan Burke (Hampden) 1:13.50, Luke Wiley (Lea) 1:14.10, Adam Thompson (Mar) 1:14.20, C.J. Kersbergen (Maine Central Institute) 1:14.60, Sebastien Dumont (Skowhegan) 1:15.70, Louis Chiapetta (Mar) 1:16.20, Dustin Hamalainen (CH) 1:16.20, Scott Olehnik (CH) 1:17.00, Zach Smith (OH) 1:17.10, Michael Pakulski (Skow) 1:17.10

Girls Cross Country, 5K Freestyle

Mt. Blue 20, Leavitt 24, Maranacook 44, Oxford Hills 89, Edward Little 92, Mount Ararat 92 Camden Hills 129, Hampden Acad. 152

Shelby Aseltine (Mt. Blue) 15 minutes, 30.4 seconds, Emily Harriman (Maranacook) 15:44.9, Melissa Kelson (Leavitt) 15:45.1, Hannah Allen (Mt.B) 16:02.4, Samantha Varney (Lea) 16:20.5, Natasha Varney (Lea) 16:27.5, Emily Ramsey (Mt.B) 16:36.9, Meredith Allen (Mt.B) 17:07.1, Abby Mace (Mar) 17:14.0, Taren McGray (Lea) 17:16.3, Caitlin Douglass (Mt.B) 17:32.0, Katelyn Williamson (Edward Little) 17:36.3, Samantha Hill (OH) 17:37.2, Allison Fereshetian (Lea) 17:38.2, Linnea Tilberg (Mount Ararat) 17:40.3, Kara Witherill (Mar) 17:40.7, Jillian Blouin (Mar) 17:49.6, Emma Wood (Mt.A) 17:50.0, Laura Dacyczyn (Lea) 17:50.9 Lindsay Strout (OH) 17:59.1, Ashley Cox (Mar) 18:04.2, Emily Perkins (Mar) 18:27.4, Erin Pierce (CH) 18:31.3, Lucy Knowlton (Lea) 18:44.2, Izzy Smith (Mar) 18:48.0, Adena St. John (OH) 18:54.2, Mari Dufresne-Dixon (EL) 19:00.1, Morgan Kinney (Mt.A) 19:14.2, Hanna Mogensen (EL) 19:25.9, Emily Ranucci (EL) 19:29.1, Abbie Davis (Mt.B) 19:31.2, Molly Howe (Hampden) 19:33.4, Jessie Mathews (CH) 19:58.4, Addie Cullenberg (Mt.B) 20:04.9, Amanda Hall (Mt.B) 20:07.8, Brittany Turner (OH) 20:21.1

Boys Cross Country, 5K Freestyle

Mt. Blue 17, Maranacook 35, Leavitt 37, Oxford Hills 74, Camden Hills 104, Hampden Acad. 119, Mount Ararat 123, Skowhegan, Edward Little, Waterville no team scores

Lauren Turner (Leavitt) 12 minutes, 1.9 seconds, Welley Ramsey (Mt. Blue) 12:35.0, Derek Rowe (Mt.B) 12:50.0, Riley Eusden (Oxford Hills) 13:15.6, Adam Fissette (Mt.B) 13:16.0, Nolan Poulin (Maranacook) 13:26.0, Kelton Cullenberg (Mt.B) 13:26.7, Sam Whittemore (Mar) 13:29.5, Derek Drouin (Lea) 13:32.7, Tyler DeAngelis (Mar) 13:42.4, Cam Best (Mar) 13:49.2, Justin Greeley (Mar) 14:01.5, Tom Rabon (Lea) 14:03.3, Dylan Chase (Lea) 14:11.3, Nate Theriault (Lea) 14:15.0, Brody Hines (Mt.B) 14:18.0, Travis Adams (Lea) 14:24.3, Fletcher Davis (Camden Hills) 14:28.5, Justin St. John (OH) 14:38.3, Reid Blouin (Mar) 14:42.1, Taylor Schwartz (Mar) 14:56.6, Evan Piccirillo (Hampden) 14:58.3, Richie Brooks (Mt.B) 14:59.8, Keith Lemelin (Lea) 15:08.3, Walker Thompson (Mar) 15:11.4, Nick Wilkins (Mt.B) 15:17.1, Ethan Burke (HA) 15:38.0, Evan Longfellow (Mar) 15:38.3, Evan Vincent (Mar) 15:42.6, Luke Wenzel (Mar) 15:51.9, Jared Foster (Mt.B) 15:52.0, Taylor Watson (Mar) 16:01.4, Elliot Wiegman (Lea) 16:07.0, Sean Daigle (Mar) 16:09.9, Alex Spies (Mt.A) 16:13.6, Jeremy Read (OH) 16:14.0, Louis Chiapetta (Mar) 16:16.7, Jesse Newcomb (OH) 16:18.8, Josiah Carle (CH) 16:28.3, Cody Cyr (Lea) 16:31.2

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