No. 9 Lawrence 42, No. 8 Nokomis 35
No. 10 Mount Ararat 45, No. 7 Cony 42
No. 11 Leavitt 59, No. 6 Brewer 50
No. 2 John Bapst 59, No. 15 Rockland 34
No. 3 Presque Isle 54, No. 14 Gardiner 31
No. 4 Mount Desert Island 60, No. 13 Foxcroft 38
No. 5 Mount View 44, No. 12 Caribou 15
No. 6 Medomak Valley 61, No. 11 Hermon 42
No. 7 Winslow 39, No. 10 Central 35
No. 8 Mattanawcook 47, No. 9 Old Town 38
No. 6 Fort Kent 48, No. 11 Narraguagus 40
No. 7 Orono 53, No. 10 Penobscot Valley 42
No. 8 Houlton 43, No. 9 Lee 37
No. 2 Southern Aroostook 47, No. 15 Limestone-MSSM 20
No. 3 Fort Fairfield 59, No. 15 Hodgdon 23
No. 4 Central Aroostook 51, No. 13 Ashland 31
No. 5 Washburn 37, No. 12 Greater Houlton Christian 34
No. 6 Katahdin 32, No. 11 Shead 29
No. 9 Lubec 43, No. 8 Jonesport-Beals 34
No. 10 Bangor Christian 42, No. 7 Deer Isle-Stonington 37
No. 8 Biddeford 55, No. 9 Scarborough 38
No. 6 Portland 56, No. 11 Bonny Eagle 38
No. 7 Windham 46, No 10 Gorham 40
No. 7 Lincoln Academy 67, No. 10 Fryeburg Academy 48
No. 8 Gray-New Gloucester 59, No. 9 York 50
No. 2 Jay 53, No. 15 North Yarmouth Academy 24
No. 3 Carrabec 57, No. 14 Kents Hill 20
No. 4 Mount Abram 46, No. 13 Madison 37
No. 5 Dirigo 47, No. 12 Livermore Falls 29
No. 6 Winthrop 51, No. 11 Gould Acad. 32
No. 7 Hall-Dale 45, No. 10 Hyde 39
No. 8 St. Dominic 43, No. 9 Traip 40
No. 8 Richmond 55, No. 9 Greenville 47
E. Maine CC 89, N. Maine CC 41
Husson 71, Maine Maritime 49
Saint Joseph’s 87, Albertus Magnus 86
UMass Boston 77, So. Maine 70
Colby 70, Thomas 39
Endicott 85, U-New England 65
Husson 66, Maine Maritime 57
So. Maine 63, UMass Boston 41
WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY
Bowdoin 4, Colby 1
Leavitt 59, Brewer 50
At Brewer, Courtney Anderson led three Leavitt players in double figures with 25 points while grabbing nine rebounds as the 11th-ranked Hornets of Turner defeated No. 6 Brewer to advance to their first tourney quarterfinal since 1999, when they were in Class B. Adrianna Newton scored 15 points and Abbey Randall 13 for the 10-9 Hornets, who outrebounded Brewer 41-28 and outscored the Witches 32-16 over the second and third quarters. Randall was 7-for-7 from the free-throw line, including 6-6 in the game’s final minute and a half. Leah Jackson notched a double-double with 16 points and 16 rebounds for Brewer while Amy Adams had 16 points, including four 3-pointers.
Lawrence 42, Nokomis 35
At Newport, Kelly Murray scored 17 points as No. 10 Lawrence of Fairfield defeated No. 7 Nokomis for the third time this season. Devyn Curless-Clark added 10 points for the Bulldogs, who never trailed after jumping out to a 15-6 first-quarter lead. Kara Batchelder led Nokomis with 12 points, while Sabrina Vaillancourt added 11.
MDI 60, Foxcroft Academy 38
At Bar Harbor, Sara Carroll scored 14 of her 21 points in the first quarter to help push No. 4 Mount Desert Island past No. 13 Foxcroft Academy. Brailee Black and Megan Phelps scored 10 points apiece for the Trojans. Anna Joy added eight rebounds. Vanessa Lougee led the Ponies with 14 points. Meghan Keane scored 13 points.
Presque Isle 54, Gardiner 31
At Presque Isle, Caitlyn Esancy scored 19 of her game-high 23 points in the middle periods as No. 3 Presque Isle pulled away from No. 14 Gardiner. Gardiner led 13-12 after the first quarter, but led by Esancy Presque Isle outscored the Tigers 26-8 over the next two periods to take a 38-21 lead into the final quarter. Kayla Richards added 10 points for Presque Isle. Carly Pelletier’s 11 points paced Gardiner.
Medomak Valley 61, Hermon 42
At Waldoboro, Danielle Dyer scored 15 points as No. 6 Medomak Valley beat No. 11 Hermon. The Panthers will make the trip to the Bangor Auditorium for the first time in 22 years. Ericka Christensen had 10 points and seven rebounds for Medomak Valley. The Panthers made 6-of-7 free throws in the fourth quarter. Ashley Thayer scored nine points to lead Hermon.
Mattanawcook 47, Old Town 38
At Lincoln, Katelyn DeRaps scored 15 points as No. 8 Mattanawcook Academy beat No. 9 Old Town. Brooke Hansom had 10 points for the Mattanawcook as the Lynx went 7-for-8 from the free throw line in the fourth. Lindsay St. Louis paced Old Town with 13 points.
Winslow 39, Central 35
At Winslow, the No. 7 Black Raiders hit 11-of-16 free throws in the fourth quarter to oust No. 10 Central of Corinth. Elizabeth Ferry netted 17 points and Megan Pelletier 11 for Winslow. Bekka Campbell paced Central with 10 points.
Mount View 44, Caribou 15
At Caribou, Jessica Smith registered 15 points to lead Mount View of Thorndike by Caribou. Alexis Bennett chipped in with nine points for the Mustangs. Jenna Selander paced Caribou with six points.
Houlton 43, Lee 37
At Houlton, Martha McPartland scored eight of her 10 points in the fourth quarter to get her first double-digit scoring game of the season and lead the No. 8 Shiretowners past No. 9 Lee Academy. Desiree Dow had 13 points and eight rebounds for the Shiretowners. Sappier scored 12 to lead the Pandas.
Orono 53, Penobscot Valley 42
At Orono, Ally Sherman scored 15 points to lead a trio of double-digit scorers as the Red Riots downed Penobscot Valley of Howland. Sarah Thibeault had 11 points and 11 rebounds while Jade Keezer added 12 points for the Red Riots. Casey McCluskey scored 21 points for the Howlers.
Fort Kent 48, Narraguagus 40
At Fort Kent, Emily Pelletier was 9-for-10 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter and Fort Kent as a team was 13-of-18 in the fourth as the No. 6 Warriors topped No. 11 Narraguagus of Harrington. Emily Pelletier totaled 25 points for Fort Kent. Jamie Pelletier had 11 points and Sam Carapellucci added 16 rebounds. Andrea Perry led the Knights with 17 points.
Bangor Chr. 42, DI-Ston. 37
At Deer Isle, Kelly Robinson scored 14 points as No. 10 Bangor Christian defeated No. 7 Deer Isle-Stonington. Emma Johnson added 10 points for the Patriots. Bangor Christian made 21 of 28 free throw attempts while the Mariners made nine of 16. Audra Eaton paced DI-Stonington with 14 points. Anika Powers scored 11 points.
Katahdin 37, Shead 29
At Stacyville, Jalisa Moore scored 12 of her 18 points in the first half as No. 6 Katahdin cruised past No. 11 Shead of Eastport. Robyn Stuart led Shead with 15 points.
Washburn 37, GHCA 34
At Washburn, sophomore Rebecca Campbell scored eight of Washburn’s 10 fourth-quarter points as the No. 5 Beavers defeated No. 12 Greater Houlton Christian Academy. Campbell totaled 16 points and 12 rebounds for Washburn. Rachel Palmer had 11 points, nine rebounds and five blocks while Sarah Sjoberg had 13 rebounds and three blocks. Kasi Parker and Mariah Wiley scored 14 points each to lead the Eagles. Parker was 10 of 14 from the free throw line.
So. Aroostook 47, Limestone 20
At Dyer Brook, Lauren McGary and Liz Goodall combined for 11 points in the third quarter to help No. 2 Southern Aroostook pull away from No. 15 Limestone-Maine School of Science Mathematics. Southern Aroostook led just 17-10 at halftime, but McGary had six points and Goodall five in the third quarter as the Warriors outscored Limestone 20-2 to extend their lead to 37-12. Goodall finished with 10 points, while McGary added seven. Mallory Patten led Limestone with eight points.
C. Aroostook 51, Ashland 31
At Mars Hill, Kristin Long led a balanced attack with 11 points and seven steals as No. 4 Central Aroostook downed No. 13 Ashland. Ashley Estabrook added 10 points for the Panthers, while Brianna Hartin scored nine points and Vicki McIntyre contributed eight points and 11 rebounds. Suzie Poulin led Ashland with 11 points.
Fort Fairfield 59, Hodgdon 23
At Fort Fairfield, Amanda Hotham scored 15 points as No. 3 Fort Fairfield routed No. 15 Hodgdon. Brooke Beaulieu had 12 rebounds and nine points for the Tigers. Chelsea Sloat led Hodgdon with five points.
Lubec 43, Jonesport-Beals 34
At Jonesport, Shelby Searles scored 16 points to lead No. 9 Lubec past No. 8 Jonesport-Beals. Sarah Smith had 11 points and 13 rebounds for the Royalettes. Hannah Carver scored 10 points.
Western Maine Class D
Richmond 55, Greenville 47
At Richmond, Megan DeRaps scored a game-high 16 points and her Richmond teammates took advantage of 28 turnovers to knock off Greenville. Megan Christie had 12 points and Brooke Lancaster added 10 for the Bobcats. Frances Faris scored 12. Gretel Breton had 12 points and 11 rebounds to pace the Lakers. Kaitlin Harmon scored 10 points and Saige Weeks grabbed 13 rebounds.
EMCC 89, NMCC 41
At Johnston Gym in Bangor, Tyler Dugas scored 18 points, grabbed seven rebounds, and made six assists to help lead the Eastern Maine Community College Eagles past Northern Maine CC Tuesday night. Rogan Rowe and Derek Conner each had a double-double for EMCC. Rowe had 14 points and 11 rebounds while Conner added 12 points and 10 rebounds. John Knowles had 10 rebounds, as did Colby Clark, who added four blocked shots. Mark McGlinn led the Falcons with 20 points and Brooks Brewer scored 10.
Husson 71, Maine Maritime 49
At Bangor, Matt MacKenzie had 15 points and 10 rebounds as Husson University defeated Maine Maritime Academy of Castine. Brock Bradford also scored 15 points for the Eagles. Jay Uhrin scored 11 points. Derek DiFrederico and Jake Manner each scored 11 points for the Mariners.
St. Joe’s 87, Albertus Magnus 86
At New Haven, Conn., Elbie Murphy scored 24 points as Saint Joseph’s College of Standish edged Albertus Magnus College. Zach O’Brien had 19 points and 13 rebounds for the Monks. Ray Eatmon had 14 point and 14 rebounds and Tyler Kelley scored 13 points. Francisco Cordova led Albertus Magnus with 21 points. Ray Askew added 19 points and 19 rebounds.
UMass-Boston 77, USM 70
At Boston, Pat Joseph scored 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as the Beacons earned the victory over the University of Southern Maine. Sean Bergeron led USM with 17 points and six rebounds, while Ellsworth’s Andy Tracy added 16 points.
USM 63, UMass Boston 41
At Boston, Stacey Kent scored 20 points as Southern Maine of Gorham pulled away for the win. Kristi Violette hauled down 14 rebounds while Nicole Paradis added nine points for the Huskies. Laniece Langford paced UMass Boston with 18 points.
Colby 70, Thomas 39
At Waterville, Colby used a 22-0 first-half run to cruise to a nonconference victory over its cross-city rival. Aarika Ritchie of Lee scored a game-high 16 points for the Mules, while Alison Cappelloni had 13 points and nine rebounds, Sam Allen scored 12 points and Rachael Mack had 11 points, six rebounds and three assists. Cortney Barrett led Thomas with 12 points, while Mallorie Blakney had 11 and Amy Miles of Waldo contributed seven points and 10 rebounds.