Feb. 13 Tourney scores and highlights

Posted Feb. 13, 2009, at 5:37 p.m.


Girls EM Class A Quarterfinals

Messalonskee 68, Leavitt 36

Edward Little 48, Mt. Ararat 28

Story continues below advertisement.

Oxford Hills 46, Brunswick 31

Skowhegan 38, Lawrence 31

EM Girls Class B Quarterfinals

Presque Isle 62, Medomak 34

John Bapst 33, Winslow 29

Rockland 66, Medomak Valley 54

WM Boys Class A quarterfinals

Thornton Academy 51, Deering 48

Cheverus 35, Biddeford 25



EM Class A Quarterfinals

Messalonskee 68, Leavitt 36

At Augusta Civic Center, Hannah Dexter scored 18 points as No. 3 Messalonskee of Oakland defeated No. 11 Leavitt. Kaitlyn Deering had 17 points for Messalonskee. Adrianna Newton paced Leavitt with 10 points.

Edward Little 48, Mt. Ararat 28

At Augusta Civic Center, No. 2 Edward Little of Auburn outscored No. 10 Mount Ararat of Topsham 30-7 in the second half to claim victory. Kirsten Prue had 15 points for Edward Little. Hannah Fenwick paced Mount Ararat with seven points.

Oxford Hills 46, Brunswick 31

At the Augusta Civic Center, Melanie Cloutier scored six of her 11 points in the third quarter as the fifth-seeded Vikings of South Paris pulled away. Lauren Brett led Oxford Hills with 15 points. Claire Baecher topped the No. 4 Dragons with a game-high 18 points.

Skowhegan 38, Lawrence 31

At Augusta Civic Center, Adrianne Davis scored 11 points to lead top-seeded Skowhegan to victory over No. 9 Lawrence of Fairfield. Kelli Murray led Lawrence with nine points.


EM Girls Class B Quarterfinals

Presque Isle defense shuts down Medomak Valley


BANGOR — Presque Isle played suffocating defense in the second half, as the third-ranked Wildcats held Medomak Valley of Waldoboro to 10 second-half points, including just three in the fourth quarter in pulling away for a 62-34 Eastern Maine Class B quarterfinal girls basketball victory at the Bangor Auditorium Friday. Coach Jeff Hudson’s Wildcats improve to 16-4 while Medomak finishes with the same record. It looked as if it was going to be a Wildcat runaway early on, as an effective zone defense sparked Presque Isle to a 16-5 lead after one quarter and a 20-5 advantage two minutes into the second after back-to-back baseline jumpers by Caitlin Esancy. But the Panthers roared back, outscoring PI 19-8 over the rest of the quarter, with Jasmyn Rose and Danielle Dyer combining for 10 of those points. Presque Isle rose up after half-time though, finishing the third quarter on a 9-2 run and hitting 15-of-21 free throws in the fourth to gradually pull away. Esancy led all scorers with 18 points, including 10 in the second half, while Sarah Porter had 14 points and 12 rebounds and Kayla Richards 12 points and five steals. Rose’s eight points paced Medomak.

John Bapst advances to Wednesday semifinal

By Ryan McLaughlin, BDN Staff

BANGOR — John Bapst’s best offense was its defense Friday night, as the second-ranked Crusaders held No. 7 Winslow to 26 percent shooting (13-for-50) and escaped with a 33-29 Eastern Maine Class B quarterfinal victory at the Bangor Auditorium. The 18-2 Crusaders play No. 3 Presque Isle in Wednesday’s 2:05 p.m. girls basketball semifinal. The two teams split their meetings during the regular season. Winslow ends its season 15-5. This game was a defensive battle throughout, with the biggest lead being a five-point Bapst edge in the third quarter. Despite its shooting woes, the Black Raiders had plenty of chances to pull the upset, mainly thanks to poor Crusader free-throw shooting (5 of 16), but Winslow could not pull any closer than three and Sam Gormley’s free throw with six seconds remaining salted it away. Gormley posted a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds while Kirsty Moriarty and Morgan Chasse added seven points apiece for the Crusaders. Freshman Megan Pelletier led Winslow with 16 points and 15 rebounds.


EM Boys Class B Quarterfinals

Rockland boys pull away from Medomak for victory

By Ernie Clark, BDN Staff

BANGOR — Teel Ilvonen made seven 3-pointers and scored a game-high 25 points as No. 3 Rockland pulled away from No. 6 Medomak Valley of Waldoboro 64-54 in an Eastern Maine Class B quarterfinal Friday night at the Bangor Auditorium. Ilvonen scored 19 points in the second half, including five 3-ponit goals, and had 10 points in the fourth quarter as the Tigers rallied from a 42-39 third-period deficit. Ilvonen, a senior guard, also grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out four assists for 15-5 Rockland, while point guard Chris Nolan had 10 points and nine assists and forward Nick Baudanza also scored 10 points. Alex Goldrup led 12-8 Medomak Valley with 14 points, while Alex MacKenzie had 12 points, eight rebounds and four steals, Dale Winchenbach scored 11 points and Daniel Aubel had 10 points and seven rebounds.

Recommend this article


View stories by school

Similar Articles

More in Sports