Feb. 5 Scores and Highlights

Posted Feb. 05, 2009, at 9:09 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Bangor 59, Brewer 54

Bangor Chr. 52, DI-Stonington 44

Boothbay 72, Lisbon 36

Bucksport 64, Central 59

Camden Hills 64, Rockland 55

Cony 78, Mount Ararat 62

Easton 75, Wisdom 58

Edward Little 83, Lewiston 54

Erskine 39, Gardiner 37

Fort Fairfield 61, Washburn 45

George Stevens 75, Searsport 47

Hall-Dale 63, Georges Valley 60

Hampden 67, Nokomis 49

Hermon 54, MDI 43

Jay 64, Telstar 61

Katahdin 73, Ashland 67

Lawrence 61, Messalonskee 29

Leavitt 70, Oxford Hills 53

Lee 75, Mattanawcook 65

Lincoln Acad. 49, Medomak 37

Madawaska 63, LCS/MSSM 45

Madison 61, Mount Abram 40

Maranacook 61, Oak Hill 39

Monmouth 33, Carrabec 23

Mount View 49, MCI 41

Mt. Blue 52, Skowhegan 50

Old Orchard Beach 79, Wells 52

Old Town 36, John Bapst 33

Presque Isle 65, Fort Kent 32

Shead 75, Narraguagus 53

Waterville 57, Winslow 44

Wiscasset 58, Winthrop 47

Yarmouth 63, Freeport 42

York 57, Traip 55

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Brewer 65, Bangor 50

Brunswick 65, Morse 49

Carrabec 52, Monmouth 29

Cony 47, Mount Ararat 44

Edward Little 49, Lewiston 31

Gardiner 51, Erskine 40

Gray-NG 62, North Yarmouth 22

Hampden 39, Nokomis 34

Hebron 43, Kents Hill 30

Jay 58, Telstar 35

Marshwood 54, Sanford 37

Medomak 46, Lincoln Acad. 38

Mount View 56, MCI 22

Oak Hill 59, Maranacook 58

Orono 47, Sumner 35

Oxford Hills 53, Leavitt 51

Penquis 45, Schenck 35

Scarborough 64, Biddeford 54

Skowhegan 66, Mt. Blue 30

Stearns 46, Penobscot Valley 27

Waterville 54, Winslow 30

Wells 48, Old Orchard Beach 28

Wisdom 36, Easton 30

Woodland 44, Washington Acad. 42

York 53, Traip 37

BOYS HOCKEY

Orono 6, Camden Hills 4

COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Saint Joseph’s 86, Suffolk 51

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Southern Maine 85, Thomas 44

UM-Augusta 85, EMCC 56

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HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS BASKETBALL

Katahdin 73, Ashland 67

At Stacyville, Evan McCarthy scored 11 of his game-high 30 points in the third quarter as Katahdin outscored Ashland 27-10 to build a 21-point lead and then held off a Hornets rally in the fourth quarter. Brandon Robinson had 16 points and 15 rebounds for the winners with Lucas Craig and Ethan Qualey combining for 15. Jeremy Tarr’s 21 points paced Ashland. Lucas Hafford had 12 and Henry Milligan and Carl Nemer contributed nine each.

Easton 75, Wisdom 58

At St. Agatha, Brad Trask scored 28 points to lift East over Wisdom. Sam Bacon scored 17 points and Reid Clark chipped in 11 points. Curtis Picard paced Wisdom with 23 points. Alex Michaud had 16 points and Kurtis Daigle scored 10 points.

Madawaska 63, LCS/MSSM 45

At Madawaska, Jamie Cyr had 15 points, 17 rebounds and six steals to lead Madawaska past Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics. Deejay Gendreau scored 12 points for the Owls and Brandon Bossie added 11 points. Brandon Hopkins led the Eagles with 12 points. Chris Parent had 11 points and Spencer Keiser scored 10 points.

Presque Isle 65, Fort Kent 32

At Fort Kent, Nate Ackerson scored 12 points and Ethan Braley added 10 to help the Wildcats finish the regular season at 16-2. Matthew Harvey paced Fort Kent with 11 points and Jason Lesaldo netted nine.

Fort Fairfield 61, Washburn 45

At Washburn, Travis Noyes scored 20 points as Fort Fairfield beat Washburn to end its regular season undefeated. Doug Sharpe and Matt Cresenzo scored 11 points each for the Tigers. Nick McIntosh led Washburn with 17 points while Jordan McLaughlin scored 15 points.

Mount View 49, MCI 41

At Pittsfield, Mike Cochrane scored 17 points as Mount View of Thorndike topped Maine Central Institute. Zack Babin had 14 points for the Mustangs. Craig Reazor paced the Huskies with 12 points. Nick Cook scored 10 points.

Hermon 54, MDI 43

At Hermon, the Hawks outscored Mount Desert Island 51-32 over the final three quarters to erase an eight-point deficit and collect the victory. Andy Ball had 15 points for the winners, including 14 in the second period, and Taylor Gross and Kevin Tarr contributed 14 apiece. Jasper Cousins’ 16 points and Nate Ward’s 10 led Mount Desert Island.

Vose reaches 1,000 points

Lee 75, Mattanawcook 65

At Lee, Tyler Doty had 21 points and 10 rebounds as Lee Academy defeated Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln. Mattanawcook senior Brady Vose recorded his 1,000th career point about midway through the third quarter. He needed 17 points to reach the mark. Grant Sun scored 18 points for the Pandas while A.J. Harris chipped in nine points, all in the fourth, 10 rebounds and six assists. Vose paced the Lynx with 34 points. Lance Bernier scored 17 points.

Camden Hills 64, Rockland 55

At Rockland, Gordon Fischer scored seven of his 20 points in the fourth quarter to lead Camden Hills of Rockport past Rockland. Graham Safford and Keegan Pieri scored 11 points each for the Windjammers. Tyler McFarland added 10 points. Teel Ilvonen scored 17 points to lead Rockland. Chris Nolan chipped in 15 points and five assists.

Old Town 36, John Bapst 33 (OT)

At Old Town, Luke Bartlett scored 13 points, including three free throws in overtime, and had five rebounds and four steals as Old Town finished with a win. Casey Clark’s only basket came in the OT off an offensive rebound. Bronson Merry had 10 points for the winners and Josh Boucher had nine points and 11 rebounds. Ryan Carr’s 10 points led John Bapst of Bangor.

Bangor 59, Brewer 54

At Brewer, senior guard Ryan Larochelle scored 16 points, including five key free throws during the fourth quarter, as the Rams won for 12th time in their last 13 games. Senior forward Dan Taft added 13 points and 14 rebounds for 13-5 Bangor, while sophomore forward Josiah Hartley came off the bench to grab 13 rebounds. Bangor finished with a 43-25 rebounding advantage over the Witches. Junior forward Dom Drake led Brewer with 16 points and five steals, while senior guard Coby Hutchins added 13 points. That duo combined for 17 points in the fourth quarter as 14-4 Brewer rallied from a 14-point deficit to within 54-51 when Drake converted a fast-break layup with 1:33 left. Larochelle hit two free throws to extend Bangor’s lead to five, then Mack Susi, Hartley and Larochelle each hit 1 of 2 down the stretch to give the Rams a 59-51 lead with 42 seconds remaining. Billy Bissell added 12 points and a team-high nine rebounds for Brewer.

Bucksport 64, Central 59

At Bucksport, Bucksport outscored Central of Corinth 22-10 in the fourth quarter to claim victory. Kyle McGeechan scored nine of his 18 points in the fourth and was 6-for-6 from the free throw line for the Golden Bucks. Dom Kone had 11 points and five assists and Jon Goodin scored 10 points. Matt St. Peter scored 18 points to lead Central. Cole Haskell chipped in 13 points

Bangor Christian 52, Deer Isle-Stonington 44

At Johnston Gym, Bangor, Brett Bradford scored 18 points to lead Bangor Christian to victory over Deer Isle-Stonington. Tyler Alexander had 17 points for the Patriots while Jon Johnson added eight points and eight rebounds. Dustin Powers led the Mariners with 13 points while Eben Powers scored 10 points.

Hampden 67, Nokomis 49

At Newport, Brad Dolan scored 15 points to lead Hampden Academy past Nokomis. Jacob Moore and Noah Burditt each scored 14 points for the Broncos. Senior Jeremy Higgins scored a season-high 25 points to pace Nokomis. Chris Braley scored 21 points.

Shead 75, Narraguagus 53

At Eastport, Wayne Clossey had 23 points and nine rebounds to lead Shead past Narraguagus of Harrington. Thomas Pottle scored 17 points for Shead and Dave Medeiros had 13 points and seven assists. Blake Chase led the Knights with 26 points. Stephen Strout scored 14 points.

George Stevens 75, Searsport 47

At Searsport, Elias Springer netted 16 points and Nick Dolittle 15 as George Stevens of Blue Hill prevailed. Rashad Frazier added 12 points and Nick Saunders 11 for the Eagles. Dan Peach scored 14 points and Dylan McFarlin 13 for Searsport.

Lincoln Acad. 49, Medomak 37

At Waldoboro, Ethan Wajer’s 14 points led Lincoln Academy of Newcastle to the win. Ben McLain added 13 for the Eagles. Alex McKenzie netted 13 points for Medomak Valley.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wisdom 36, Easton 30

At St. Agatha, Deliya Michaud scored six of her 10 points in the third quarter when the Pioneers outscored the Bears 12-4 en route to the victory. Elsie Berce added 10 points for the winners. Ashley Nickerson paced Easton with 10 points.

Medomak Valley 46, Lincoln Acad. 38

At Waldoboro, the Panthers made 11 of 13 free throws in the fourth quarter to rally past Lincoln Academy of Newcastle. Lacy Massengale led Medomak Valley with 10 points, and made all six of her free-throw attempts in the final period. Stephanie Winchenbach led Lincoln Academy with 11 points.

Stearns 46, Penobscot Valley 27

At Millinocket, Adriana Eurich scored five of her 13 points in the second quarter as Stearns outscored Penobscot Valley of Howland 10-0 to break the game open. Kirsten Marter had 14 points for Stearns, which won its fifth straight. Becca Leavitt and Katie Mills had eight points each to complement Marter and Eurich. Casey McCloskey’s game-high 16 points paced PVHS.

Penquis 45, Schenck 35

At Milo, Erica Lyford scored 12 of her game-high 21 points in the third period as Penquis outscored Schenck of East Millinocket 16-7 to build a 12-point lead. Kristyn Chapman had 10 points for Penquis and Morgan Royal scored nine. Ashley Deloge’s 13 points and Lauren Lowell’s eight led Schenck.

Woodland 44, WA Raiders 42

At East Machias, Julia Nicholas scored seven of her 18 points in the fourth quarter as Woodland rallied past Washington Academy to stay undefeated. The Dragons outscored the Raiders 13-7 in the fourth quarter. Woodland shot 17 of 38 from the free-throw line, compared to 1 of 2 for Washington Academy. Ashley Laking scored 12 points for Woodland. Christy Smith led the Raiders with 11 points.

Orono 47, Sumner 35

At East Sullivan, Jade Keezer hit three 3-pointers and scored 16 points overall as the Red Riots closed out the regular season with their 12th victory. Sarah Thibeault added 15 points for Orono. Lona Sargent led Sumner with 24 points.

Hampden 39, Nokomis 34

At Hampden, Kayla Webb scored eight first-quarter points as Hampden Academy bolted out to a 16-4 lead and held off the rallying Warriors in the fourth quarter. Michaela Stephenson’s 12 points, Webb’s 10 and Julia Snyder’s nine points powered the winners. Kara Batchelder and Danielle Watson had 13 points apiece for Nokomis of Newport.

Brewer 65, Bangor 50

At Red Barry Gym, junior guard Amy Adams went 4-for-6 from 3-point range en route to a game-high 20 points to spark three Brewer Witches in double figures as they defeated archrival Bangor. Adams’ perimeter shot from the right corner a minute and a half into the fourth quarter gave the 10-8 Witches their largest lead of the night at 17 and the margin wouldn’t go back under double digits. Sheri Valley posted 19 points and seven steals for Brewer, which forced 21 Bangor turnovers, while Leah Jackson had 11 points and nine rebounds, including five offensive boards. Hilary Sivik and Hillary Throckmorton paced 6-12 Bangor with 12 points apiece while Stephanie Comstock added 10.

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BOYS HOCKEY

Orono 6, Camden Hills 4

At Alfond Arena in Orono, senior center Brandon Paul scored all six goals as Orono improved to 5-9. Martin Hilada, Dan Perry and Chad Evinger had assists for the winners and Andrew Kozerow made 29 saves. Zac Dufour, Asa Peats, Will Orne and Josh Stanclift scored for 4-9-1 Camden Hills. Alden Poole had an assist and Jake Zontini and Jacob Filderman combined for 17 saves.

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SKIING

At Hermon Mountain

Slalom

Greenville girls 31, Bangor 33, Hampden 38, Mattanawcook 60

1. Kailey McKenna (B) 54.93, 2. Denali Graham (B) 56.52, 3. Ruby Rockwell (G) 1:00.09, 4. Molly Howe (HA) 1:00.16, 5. Katie King (G) 1:00.97, 6. Heidi Harrison (HA) 1:01.23, 7. Natalie Dumont (Skowhegan) 1:04.49, 8. Sophie Collard-Seguin (B) 1:08.44, 9. Hannah Delano (MA) 1:08.45, 10. Erica Hidu (HA) 1:08.45, 11. Sidney Richardson (G) 1:08.92, 12. Emma Wilson (G) 1:09.30, 13. Rachel Balaban (Orono) 1:11.07, 14. Jina Libby (MA) 1:11.37, 15. Emily Dumond (MA) 1:12.18

Skowhegan boys 14, Greenville 67, Lee Academy 67, Bangor 71, Hampden 76, John Bapst 82

1. Sam Askins (B) 53.73, 2. Konnor Theriault (S) 55.55, 3. Russell York (S) 57.26, 4. Sam Gates (S) 57.36, 5. Sebastien Dumont (S) 58.36, 6. Michael Pakulski (S) 59.31, 7. Jake Kuester (Lee) 59.53, 8. Clayton Forrest (HA) 1:00.63, 9. Troy McVey (G) 1:00.89, 10. Mike Skarka (HA) 1:01.18, 11. Jonathan Boyton (G) 1:01.70, 12. Dustin Libby (MA) 1:02.46, 13. Matt Proudlove (MA) 1:03.29, 14. Nate Green (JB) 1:04.33, 15. Mike Earle (S) 1:06.03, 16. Tyler Kuester (Lee) 1:07.24, 17. Jeremy Vroom (B) 1:08.11, 18. Kyle Bartlett (G) 1:09.66, 19. Dylan Whirty (Lee) 1:10.84, 20. Garrett Fallow (JB) 1:14.68

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COLLEGE

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Southern Maine 85, Thomas 44

At Gorham, Stacey Kent scored 14 points as the University of Southern Maine defeated Thomas College of Waterville. Nicole Garland scored 12 points for the Huskies. Renee Nicholas had 11 points and four steals. Kristi Violette had 13 rebounds and nine points, Kaylie DeMillo had 10 points and five steals, Haley Johnson scored 10 points. Jess Nassetta led Thomas with 12 points.

UM-Augusta 85, Eastern Maine CC 56

At Augusta, Jen Lola poured in a game-high 23 points to lead four scorers in double figures as the University of Maine-Augusta triumphed. Marcie Moors and Jess St. Amand had 16 points each for the winners and Jess Taylor contributed 10 points and 10 rebounds. Thersa Spieldenner’s had 17 points, nine rebounds, five steals and three blocked shots for Eastern Maine Community College. Jessica Brown had 15 points and Nikki Kaulback netted 13 points.

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MEN’S BASKETBALL

St. Joseph’s 86, Suffolk 51

At Standish, Chris Davis scored 21 points and Ray Eatmon added 12 to lead the Monks by Suffolk.

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