December 1, Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted Dec. 02, 2009, at 12:31 a.m.

COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL

Bates 90, Thomas 71
Bowdoin 68, Southern Maine 66
Colby 72, U New England 48
Husson 89, Saint Joseph’s 84

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Bates 77, Husson 68
Bowdoin 60, Southern Maine 47

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MEN’S BASKETBALL

Bowdoin 68, Southern Maine 66
At Gorham, Will Hanley scored 18 and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead a trio of double-digit scorers and help Bowdoin College hold off the University of Southern Maine.
Ryan O’Connell and Mark Phillips scored 15 and 14 points, respectively for the Bowdoin Polar Bears. Paul Sellew had eight points and 14 rebounds to lead a 46-26 edge on the boards.
Cortez Isaac scored 34 points while John Sewall and Leif O’Connell each added 10 for the 1-5 Huskies. 
Bowdoin (3-1) 68
DeFeo 2-0-4, Hanley 7-3-18, Hauser 1-0-3, Sellew 4-0-8, Phillips 7-0-14, Littles, O’Connell 5-1-15, Nowell 1-2-4, Staiger, Olayinka 1-0-2
Southern Maine (1-5) 66
Sewall 4-0-10, Jellison 2-0-4, Isaac 10-8-34, Smith 2-0-5, Foustoukos, Morgan, Zolper 1-0-3, Heb
ert, Clemmer, O’Connell 5-0-10
3-pt. goals: O’Connell 4, Hanley, Hauser; Isaac 6, Sewall 2, Smith, Zolper
Halftime: Bowdoin 41-23

Bates 90, Thomas 71
At Lewiston, Chris Wilson of Brewer and Brian Ellis netted 19 points apiece as Bates downed Thomas.
Alex Gallant of Bangor added 15 points for the Bobcats.
Jarrad DeVaughn led Thomas with 17 points while Isaiah Brathwiate added 13 and Andrew Duncanson and Antonio Juco 10 apiece.
Thomas (4-1) 71
Dosey 0-3-3, Juco 4-1-10, Duncanson 3-4-10, Brathwiate 6-0-13, DeVaughn 5-5-17, Pettus, Kee 2-0-5, Harvey, Graces, Alicea 2-0-4, Abwoch, Alexander 3-0-7, Hurdle 1-0-2
Bates (3-1) 90
Wilson 6-3-19, Brust 2-0-5, Schmiemann 2-0-6, Ellis 6-6-19, O’Keefe 4-0-8, Philbrook 3-2-9, Deegan 1-0-2, Christian, Gallant 7-1-15, Pares 1-0-2, Lentini, Squires, Weston, Wirth 2-1-5
3-pt. goals: DeVaughn 2, Alexander, Kee, Brathwiate, Juco; Wilson 4, Schmiemann 2, Ellis, Philbrook
Halftime: Bates 43-34

Colby 72, UNE 48
At Waterville, Chas Woodward posted 15 points and 12 rebounds as Colby defeated U-New England.
Mike Russell contributed 12 points for the Mules while Gil Haylon and Adam Choice added 11 apiece.
J.J. Roseman had 12 points and Victor Oruonyehu 10 for the University of New England.
U New England (2-4) 48
Roseman 5-2-12, Oruonyehu 3-3-10, Thompson 2-2-8, Robinson 2-0-5, Brown 1-2-5, Knotek 1-2-4, Lessard 1-0-2, Winn 0-1-1, Foti 0-1-1, Simpson, Guerrette
Colby (3-0) 72
Woodward 7-1-15, Russell 5-2-12, Haylon 4-0-11, Choice 5-1-11, Donovan 2-1-5, Sherman 2-0-4, Beaulieu 2-0-4, Van Loenen 1-0-3, Atlas 1-1-3, Fischer 1-0-2, Concannon 0-1-1, Rimsa 0-1-1
3-pt. goals: Thompson 2, Robinson, Oruonyehu, Knotek, Brown; Haylon 3, Van Loenen
Halftime: Colby 35-18

Husson 89, Saint Joseph’s 84
At Standish, Matt MacKenzie of Warren had 28 points and 10 rebounds, both game-highs, to lead the Husson Eagles past Saint Joseph’s Tuesday.
Brock Bradford, a senior guard from Kenduskeag, also scored 28 to go with six rebounds and five assists for the 2-2 Eagles. Josh Jones and Jay Uhrin of Winterport each had 10 points. Jones also had nine rebounds.
Zach O’Brien led the 3-1 Monks with 24 points and 10 rebounds. Christopher Petzy had 15 points, Tyler Kelley 14, and Alberto Rue 13.
Husson (2-2) 89
Jones 4-1-10, Hodges 1-3-6, Bradford 8-9-28, MacKenzie 12-4-28, Uhrin 3-2-10, Leighton 1-2-4, Cummings, Klages, Zaharchuk 1-1-3
Saint Joseph’s (3-1) 86
Jones 3-1-8, Eatmon 1-0-2, O’Brien 9-5-24, Savino 2-0-4, Kelley 6-0-14, Vazquez 1-0-2, Rue 5-3-13, Ray 1-0-2, Petzy 3-8-15
3-pt. goals: Bradford 3, Uhrin 2, Hodges, Jones; Kelley 2, Jones, O’Brien, Petzy
Halftime: Saint Joseph’s 38-37

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Bowdoin 60, Southern Me. 47

At Gorham, Caitlin Hynes tossed in 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds as Bowdoin pulled away for the win over rival Southern Maine.
Leah Rubega added 12 points and Colleen Sweeney nine for the Polar Bears.
Nicole Paradis of Skowhegan paced Southern Maine with 12 points while Haley Johnson added 10 and nine rebounds.
Bowdoin (4-0) 60
Donahoe 2-0-5, Hackett 2-1-5, Hynes 8-3-20, Bergeron, Rubega 6-0-12, Coombes, Cote 1-0-2, Gould 1-2-5, Barry 1-0-2, Sweeney 3-3-9
Southern Maine (4-2) 47
Paradis 5-1-12, Nicholas 2-2-6, Leighton 4-1-9, Johnson 3-4-10, DeMillo 2-1-6, Stevens, Briggs 1-0-2, Cochran 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: Donahoe, Hynes, Gould; Paradis, DeMillo
Halftime: Bowdoin 25-18

Bates 77, Husson 68
At Lewiston, Taryn O’Connell paced four Bates players in double figures with 17 points as the Bobcats held off Husson University.
Lauren Yanofsky scored 11 points while dishing out six assists and blocking six shots for Bates. Annie Burns added nine steals, nine assists and eight points.
Shelby Bradford led all scorers with 28 points for Husson, while also grabbing 11 rebounds. Bethany Sevey added 12 points for the Eagles, who committed 33 turnovers.
Husson (0-3) 68
Bradford 12-4-28, Sevey 3-4-12, Hanscom 2-4-8, Lyford 3-0-8, Murray 1-3-5, Gifford 0-4-4, Lincoln 1-0-3, Albert, Butterfield, Barnes
Bates (2-2) 77
O’Connell 4-8-17, Beaulieu 3-2-11, Yanofsky 4-2-11, Hawkins 4-2-10, Burns 3-2-8, Goodridge 2-2-6, Dobish 2-2-6, McCall 2-0-5, Flaherty 1-1-3, Garvey, Robinson
3-pt. goals: Sevey 2, Lyford 2, Lincoln; Beaulieu 3, Yanofsky, O’Connell, McCall
Halftime: Bates 40-31

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PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
COLLEGE
ECAC
Kailey Bubier
(women’s hockey rookie), University of Southern Maine freshman scored one goal and assisted on another as USM tied Colby 2-2
NAC
Andrew Dunacnson (men’s basketball player), scored 25 points and grabbed six rebounds and scored his 1,000th career point to lead Thomas College past Tufts 85-71
MWBCA
Ellery Gould, Alison Cappelloni (women’s basketball co-players), Bowdoin’s Gould netted 19 points off the bench in a win over U-New England; Colby’s Cappelloni netted 21 points and eight rebounds as the Mules defeated UM-Farmington.
Curran Leighton (women’s basketball rookie), USM freshman averaged 18 points and eight rebounds as the Huskies won two games last week

GNAC
Zach O’Brien
(men’s basketball player), averaged 14.5 points and 6.5 rebounds in leading St. Joseph’s College to a pair of wins. He scored a career-high 24 in a win over Southern Maine.

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