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Tourney Scores and Highlights, Feb. 17

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Class C quarterfinals

Boys, No. 6 Lee 68, No. 3 Schenck 56

Boys, No. 2 Calais 51, No. 7 Sumner 29


Girls, No. 3 George Stevens 68, No. 6 Fort Kent 36

Girls, No. 7 Orono 48, No. 2 Stearns 44

Girls, No. 5 Washington Academy 57, No. 4 Penquis 47

Girls, No. 1 Calais 45, No. 8 Houlton 39



Class B quarterfinals

Girls, No. 3 Mountain Valley 47, No. 6 Gray-New Gloucester 34.

Girls, No. 2 Greely 39, No. 7 Lake Region 27

Girls, No. 4 Falmouth 58, No. 5 Lisbon 49

Girls, No. 1 York 36, No. 8 Wells 21

Class C quarterfinals

Girls, No. 6 Winthrop 51, No. 3 Carrabec 41

Girls, No. 2 Jay 52, No. 7 Hall-Dale 30

Girls, No. 4 Mount Abram 49, No. 5 Dirigo 35

Girls, No. 1 Waynflete 52, No. 8 St. Dominic 34

Class D quarterfinals

Girls, No. 5 Rangeley 53,. No. 4 Vinalhaven 51

Girls, No. 1 Buckfield 61, No. 8 Richmond 44


Eastern Maine Boys Class C Quarterfinals

Blue Devils roll past Sumner

By Ernie Clark, BDN Staff

BANGOR — Defending Eastern Maine Class C champion Calais held Sumner to just two points in the third quarter to pull away from the Tigers 51-29 in a regional boys basketball quarterfinal at the Bangor Auditorium on Tuesday. The second-seeded Blue Devils (14-4) led 25-13 at halftime, then held seventh-ranked Sumner without a point over the last 6 minutes, 24 seconds of the third quarter while extending their lead to 38-15. Jeremy Carr led Calais with 18 points on 8 of 9 shooting from the field, while Jordan Leeman scored 10 points and dished out five assists and Cal Shorey had eight points, 13 rebounds, four assists and four blocked shots. Dan Leighton led 13-7 Sumner of East Sullivan with eight points and six rebounds.

Lee ousts Wolverines

By Ernie Clark, BDN Staff

BANGOR — Sophomore guard A.J. Harris scored 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as No. 6 Lee Academy upended No. 3 Schenck of East Millinocket 68-56 in an Eastern Maine Class C boys basketball quarterfinal at the Bangor Auditorium on Tuesday. Junior forward Tyler Doty added 17 points and 15 rebounds for 13-7 Lee, while senior guard Dean MacDonald scored 11 points and held Schenck standout Aaron Hutchins to 10 points on 4-of-20 shooting from the field. Hutchins had averaged 33.5 points per game in Schenck’s two regular-season victories over Lee, including a 43-point outburst at East Millinocket on Jan. 8. Terry McCafferty led Schenck with 13 points and 11 rebounds, while Josh Brown had nine points and 12 rebounds and Jared Waite also scored nine points.


Eastern Maine Girls Class C Quarterfinals

Defense sparks GSA victory over Fort Kent

By Jessica Bloch, BDN Staff

BANGOR – The No. 3 George Stevens Academy girls basketball team used a stellar defensive effort and 19 points from Alida Peake en route to a 63-36 victory over No. 6 Fort Kent Tuesday in an Eastern Maine Class C quarterfinal. The Eagles, now 16-3, move on to play No. 7 Orono, which upset No. 2 Stearns of Millinocket Tuesday, in Friday’s semifinals. Fort Kent senior standout Emily Pelletier scored 10 points, but the 3-point specialist went 0-for-8 from behind the line before hitting her only two long-range shots in the fourth quarter. Maddie Park added 17 points and India Frazier had 10 for the Eagles. Freshman Samantha Carapelluci paced the Warriors (12-8) with 14 points and 12 rebounds.

Orono holds off Stearns to post upset win

By Ryan McLaughlin, BDN Staff

BANGOR — It’s been a while since the Orono girls basketball team won a game at the Bangor Auditorium. That was 11 years and two presidents ago, and current coach Jessica Libby was a junior for the Red Riots. Orono persevered after watching Stearns trim what had been a 21-point lead down to two, and the seventh-ranked Riots held on for a 48-44 Eastern Maine Class C quarterfinal win over the No. 2 Minutemen Tuesday. The Riots (14-6) entered the final quarter with a 40-23 lead, thanks to a 10-2 run to open the quarter, but the Minutemen (16-3) kept chipping away. Stearns turned up its defense pressure and forced several Orono turnovers and cashing in on many of them. The Minutemen got to within two with 24 seconds left, as Monica Deabay came up with a steal and found Adriana Eurich for a 3-pointer. Stearns, however, turned the ball over on its final two possessions and Elizabeth Fox and Chelsea Wagner each hit a free throw to ice it. Sarah Thibeault led all scorers with 17 points for Orono, one of three Riots in double figures, as Ally Sherman added 12 points and Jade Keezer 10. Sam Lyons posted a double-double for Stearns with 11 points and 18 rebounds while Eurich finished with 10 and Kirsten Marter eight.

Blue Devils outlast Shiretowners

By Ernie Clark, BDN Staff

BANGOR — Top-ranked Calais used a balanced attack Tuesday night to hold off upset-minded Houlton 45-39 in an Eastern Maine Class C girls basketball quarterfinal at the Bangor Auditorium. The win sends coach Dana Redding’s club to a 3:35 p.m. semifinal Friday against No. 5 Washington Academy of East Machias. Those teams played two tight regular-season contests, with Calais winning 44-43 at home on Dec. 10 and then 55-48 in overtime on Jan. 6. Tessa Clark paced Calais offensively with 10 points, while Nicole Osborne had nine points and seven rebounds, while Clark had eight points and 10 boards. Point guard Courtney Hill contributed seven points and five steals. Vanessa Sanderson scored 24 points for 11-9 Houlton, including a three-point play to give the eighth-ranked Shiretowners their only lead at 31-30 15 seconds into the fourth quarter. That lasted just 12 seconds before Cross made two free throws and Hill scored on a steal and drive to give Calais a 34-31 lead. The Blue Devils (15-2) then built a 39-33 lead on five inside points by Osborne before Houlton mounted its final rally, getting within 41-39 on a jumper by Sanderson with 1:54 left. Shannon Brown answered for Calais with a jumper, then the Blue Devils grabbed three straight offensive rebounds after missed free throws to keep the ball in their possession.

Raiders pressure defense stops Patriots

By Ryan McLaughlin, BDN Staff

BANGOR — Washington Academy’s pressure defense proved too much for Penquis to handle, and the fifth-ranked Raiders from East Machias pulled away for a 57-47 Eastern Maine Class C quarterfinal win over the fourth-ranked Patriots of Milo at the Bangor Auditorium Tuesday. Coach Gary Wood’s club improves to 13-6 and moves on to Friday’s semifinals while the Patriots wind up 12-7. The contest was topsy-turvy throughout the first half, until the Raiders turned up their defensive intensity, closing out the second quarter on an 11-0 run to take a 30-19 lead into the locker room. The Raiders cruised from there, as Penquis got no closer than six points. Sophomore center Taylor Seeley poured in 28 points and hauled down 15 rebounds for WA, including nine on the offensive end. Andi Flannery was the other Raider in double digits with 13 points while grabbing eight boards and coming up with four steals. The Raiders had 18 offensive boards as a unity. Erica Lyford led all scorers with 29 points for Penquis, capping off a stellar four-year career. She also had 13 rebounds.


Western Maine Girls Class D Quarterfinals

Rangeley 53, Vinalhaven 51

At Augusta Civic Center, Allison Hammond scored 13 points as No. 5 Rangeley defeated No. 4 Vinalhaven. Chantal Carrier had 12 points for Rangeley. Jennifer Guptill led the Vikings with 14 points. Amelia Davidson scored 13 points and Brooke Conway added 12 points.

Buckfield 61, Richmond 44

At Augusta Civic Center, Lindsay Henderson had 22 points to lift top-seeded Buckfield to victory over No. 8 Richmond. Abby Jones scored 13 points for Buckfield. Megan DeRaps led Richmond with 17 points while Brooke Lancaster chipped in 14 points.


Western Maine Girls Class C Quarterfinals

Jay 52, Hall-Dale 30

At Augusta Civic Center, Hillary Deane scored 23 points as No. 2 Jay defeated No. 7 Hall-Dale of Farmingdale. Liz Leblanc scored 17 points for Jay. Carylanne Wolfington led Hall-Dale with 12 points.

Winthrop 51, Carrabec 41

At Augusta Civic Center, Kelsey Ouellette had 22 points as No. 6 Winthrop topped No. 3 Carrabec of North Anson. Anna Smithgall scored 14 points for Winthrop. Alisha Stoddard had 23 points to lead Carrabec.

Mount Abram 49, Dirigo 35

At Augusta Civic Center, No. 4 Mount Abram of Strong outscored No. 5 Dirigo of Dixfield 18-6 in the fourth quarter to claim victory. Kenni Norton scored 27 points to pace Mount Abram. Hannah Knight scored 14 points for Dirigo and Patricia Turner added 10 points.

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