Feb. 14-15 Scores and Highlights

Posted Feb. 15, 2009, at 10:05 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS HOCKEY

Saturday’s Results

Orono 8, Hampden 3

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PREP

BOYS BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Results

Kimball Union 87, Hebron 74

GIRLS HOCKEY

Saturday’s Results

Hebron 3, Canterbury 2

Sunday’s Results

Winchendon 6, Hebron 3

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Results

Bates 77, Tufts 65

Bowdoin 56, Conn. College 51

Colby 68, Wesleyan 56

College of St. Joseph (Vt.) 86, UM-Presque Isle 82

Emerson 73, Saint Joseph’s 57

Husson 95, Lyndon State 74

Johnson State 64, MMA 60

R.I. College 86, So. Maine 72

Thomas 99, Castleton State 82

UM-Fort Kent 104, Vermont Tech 91

UM-Machias 83, SUNY-Canton 48

U-New England 81, Colby-Sawyer 72

Sunday’s Results

UM-Fort Kent 88, College of St. Joseph (Vt.) 78

Vermont Tech 107, UM-Presque Isle 76

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Results

Bowdoin 76, Conn. College 59

Castleton State 78, Thomas 56

Husson 91, Lyndon State 71

MMA 56, Johnson State 33

So. Maine 71, R.I. College 56

Tufts 62, Bates 51

U-New England 72, Colby-Sawyer 71

UM-Farmington 58, Green Mountain 54

UM-Fort Kent 90, Vermont Tech 24

UM-Presque Isle 89, College of St. Joseph (Vt.) 60

Wesleyan 66, Colby 55

Sunday’s Results

Maryland Baltimore County 77, Maine 74

UM-Fort Kent 76, College of St. Joseph (Vt.) 37

UM-Presque Isle 101, Vermont Tech 48

MEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Saturday’s Results

Maine 2, Boston University 2 (OT)

Southern Maine 5, Tufts 5 (OT)

Trinity 3, Bowdoin 0

Wesleyan 2, Colby 1

WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Saturday’s Results

Bowdoin 3, Trinity 0

Maine 2, Connecticut 2 (OT)

So. Maine 1, UMass Boston 0

BASEBALL

Sunday’s Results

Ferrum 16-7, UM-Presque Isle 5-2

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HIGH SCHOOL

HOCKEY

Orono 8, Hampden 3

At Brewer, Brandon Paul had three goals and four assists while leading the Orono Red Riots to the win over Hampden Academy at Penobscot Ice Arena Saturday. Kirk Francis had two goals and an assist for the 7-10 Red Riots. Ben Perry had two goals and Chad Evinger scored one. Andrew Kozerow made 22 saves on 25 shots. For the 3-15 Broncos, Cooper Williams had a goal and an assist. Marc Albert and Grant Alyward each scored a goal. Jacob Ward made 21 saves on 29 shots.

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COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Husson 95, Lyndon State 74

At Newman Gym in Bangor Saturday, Matt MacKenzie of Warren had 28 points and eight rebounds while leading Husson to victory. Brock Bradford of Kenduskeag scored 17 points to go with seven assists for the Eagles. Scott Kissinger had 13 points and nine rebounds, and Blaine Meehan of Winterport had 10 points. Brad Durr led Lyndon State with 17.

UMPI drops two

At Presque Isle, the University of Maine-Presque Isle dropped a pair of games over the weekend losing to the College of Saint Joseph 86-82 on Saturday and 107-76 to Vermont Technical on Sunday. In Saturday’ game, Brad Drysdale led College of Saint Joseph with 24 points and 10 rebounds. Ronald Spencer paced UMPI with 22 points. Devon Peaslee scored 13 points and Loren Fawthrop added 12. In Sunday’s game, Marquise King led six Vermont Tech. scorers in double figures with 23 points. Peaslee scored 22 points to lead the Owls. Jordan Guy posted 18 points, Spencer scored 12 and Fawthrop added 10.

Johnson State 64, MMA 60

At Smith Gymnasium in Castine Saturday, Bobby Shedd led a trio of double-digit scorers with 17 points and 11 rebounds for Johnson State. Paul Campbell paced Maine Maritime Academy with 15 points. Jake Manner had 14 points and 16 rebounds. Bryant Ciomei had 13 points and Derek DiFrederico added 11.

UM-Machias wins two

At Machias, the University of Maine-Machias Clippers used a balanced scoring effort to knock off State University of New York-Canton 83-48 Saturday and Paul Smith’s College 94-80 Sunday. On Sunday, Zach Armstrong led the way with 17 points for the Clippers. Adam Pearce had 15, Nate Case 14, and Eric Righter 13. Jimmy Noel led Paul Smith’s with 25. Trevor Dupont had 13. On Saturday, Righter scored 13 points while Gerardo Vasquez and Matt Nelson each had 11 for the Clippers. John Silvon scored 19 for SUNY-Canton.

Bates 77, Tufts 65

At Lewiston Saturday, a 21-4 run midway through the second half sent the Bobcats to victory. Jimmy O’Keefe led Bates with 16 points and seven rebounds. Nick Schmiemann had 11 points. Dave Beyel led the Jumbos with 20 points.

Colby 68, Wesleyan 56

At Waterville Saturday, Adam Choice scored 28 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Colby College White Mules to a home playoff berth in the New England Small College Athletic Conference tournament quarterfinals. The Mules clinched the NESCAC’s fourth seed with a win in their regular season finale at Wadsworth Gym. Michael Russell chipped in with 14 points for Colby and Justin Sherman scored 11. Stan Grayson led the Cardinals with 15 points.

R.I. College 86, So. Maine 72

At Gorham Saturday, Mason Choice was the highest-scoring of five Rhode Island College double-digit scorers with 16. Otis Smith led the University of Southern Maine with 20 points. John Sewall and Sean Bergeron scored 12 and 11 points, respectively.

Bowdoin 56, Conn. College 51

At Brunswick Saturday, Kyle Jackson led the Bowdoin Polar Bears with 15 points and became the 19th player in men’s program history to reach the 1,000-point career mark. Will Hanley scored 11 points and Tim Lane grabbed 13 rebounds for the Polar Bears. Shavar Bernier hit six 3-pointers for 18 points and Demetrius Porter added 17 for the Camels.

Emerson 73, Saint Joseph’s 57

At Boston Saturday, five different players scored 11 points or more as the Emerson Lions downed Saint Joseph’s of Standish. Bryan Rouse led the Lions’ way with 18 and Tom Messinger scored 17. Alberto Rue led the Monks with 19 points. Elbie Murphy scored 12 and Chris Davis added 10.

Thomas 99, Castleton State 82

At Waterville Saturday, Darrell Alexander led the way for Thomas with 19 points and Andrew Duncanson and Shawn Rodgers each added 18. Michael Burchill and Travis Pettus each scored 11 for the Terriers. Cameron Bodine led Castleton with 13 points.

UMFK wins a pair

At Fort Kent, the University of Maine-Fort Kent earned a pair of victories over the weekend defeating Vermont Tech 104-91 on Saturday and 88-78 over College of Saint Joseph on Sunday. In Saturday’s game, Jimmy Lopez propelled the Bengals with 25 points and Othaniel Hyliger added 20. Hamill Bassue and Brandon Fox scored 14 points each and Ilija Kalajdzic put in 12. Marquise King led Vermont Tech with 38 points. In Sunday’s game, Fox netted 32 points to lead UMFK. Bassue scored 19 points while Kalajdzic chipped in with 10. yler Harrington paced College of Saint Joseph with 22 points.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

UMPI wins two games

At Presque Isle, the University of Maine-Presque Isle earned a pair of wins over the weekend defeating College of Saint Joseph (Vt.) 89-60 on Saturday and a 101-48 win over Vermont Technical on Sunday. In Saturday’s game, Erica Davis netted a game-high 48 points and grabbed 17 rebounds to power UMPI. Megan Korhonen and Whitney Flint added 11 points apiece for the Owls. Michelle Thompson paced College of Saint Joseph with 28 points. In Sunday’s game, Davis connected for 34 points to spark UMPI. Flint scored 19 points, Emily Moore posted 18 and Korhonen added 10. Stacey Waite led Vermont Technical with 14 points.

UMFK wins two

At Fort Kent, the University of Maine-Fort Kent claimed a two wins over the weekend. The Tigers defeated Vermont Technical College 90-24 on Saturday and topped College of Saint Joseph 76-37 on Sunday. In Saturday’s game, Ashley Ames tallied a game-high 26 points to lead UMFK. Talisha Herring scored 20 points while Kristen Violette added 10. Stacey Corey and Ginny Purrier paced Vermont Technical with six points each. In Sunday’s game, Ames posted 17 points and nine rebounds to spark the Tigers. Kristen Violette scored 15 points, Amanda Davis had 13 and Geneice Bassue added 10. Megan Giddings led College of Saint Joseph with 13 points.

Wesleyan 66, Colby 55

At Middletown, Conn., Ali Fourney netted 29 points to lead Wesleyan University by Colby and putting the Mules in the No. 7 spot in the NESCAC tournament. Colby was led by Sam Allen with 17 points and seven rebounds. Alison Cappelloni chipped in with 15 points and eight rebounds.

Norwich 63, Saint Joseph’s 51

At Northfield, Vt., Christine Daniels and Ally Daniels each scored 15 points to spark Norwich University by Saint Joseph’s College. Meghan Daigle led Saint Joseph’s with 15 points.

MMA 56, Johnson State 33

At Castine, Tatum Welch of Newport and Sam Goda of Eliot each scored 16 points to lead the Maine Maritime Academy Mariners to victory. Welch added eight rebounds and four steals while Goda had nine rebounds for the Mariners. Claudia Martineau led Johnson State with 15 points and nine rebounds.

UMF 58, Green Mountain 54

At Farmington, Erin Porter posted 20 points to propel the University of Maine-Farmington by Green Mountain College. Ashley Busque tallied 17 points while Caitlyn Laflin added 15 points and 11 rebounds for the Beavers. Emma Buckley paced Green Mountain with 17 points.

Husson 91, Lyndon State 71

At Bangor, Shelby Bradford scored 26 points and posted 14 rebounds to spark Husson to victory over Lyndon State. Bree Hanscom tallied 14 points and 10 rebounds while Jenny Rollins added 12 points for the Eagles. Jackie Wetzel paced Lyndon State with 18 points.

Bowdoin 76, Conn. College 59

At New London, Conn., Leah Rubega netted 12 points and had 15 rebounds to lead Bowdoin to the win over Connecticut College. Caitlin Hynes finished with 14 points while Jill Henrikson and Sabrina Cote scored 10 points apiece. Emily Cummings scored 14 points to pace Connecticut College.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

Connecticut 2, Maine 2 (OT)

At Orono, the University of Maine earned a 2-2 overtime tie with Connecticut, but lost a Hockey East shootout 1-0. Myriam Croussette netted a goal in the first period and Ashley Norum scored a goal in the third period to tie the game for Maine. Genevieve Turgeon made 25 saves for the 5-22-4 Black Bears. Monique Weber and Jennifer Chaisson each scored for 19-9-4 Connecticut. Brittany Wilson stopped 22 shots for the Huskies. Maine visits Vermont for its final two games this weekend.

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