December 4, Scores and highlights

Posted Dec. 04, 2009, at 9:43 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
BOYS BASKETBALL

Ashland 47, Wisdom 37
Brewer 69, Erskine 44
Camden Hills 66, Mount View 42
Central Aroostook 61, Katahdin 47
Easton 70, Washburn 58
Fort Kent 57, LCS/MSSM 37
GHCA 54, Van Buren 35
Hampden 56, Bangor 49
MCI 57, Belfast 30
Medomak 51, Gardiner 44
Schenck 46, Orono 42
Waterville 71, Nokomis 52
Woodland 47, Machias 34

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Ashland 41, Wisdom 35
Bangor Christian 46, Sumner 21
Brewer 39, Erskine 33
Central 28, John Bapst 27
GHCA 37, Van Buren 36
Hampden 42, Bangor 36
Houlton 52, Lee 30
MCI 38, Belfast 35 (OT)
MDI 40, Mattanawcook 36
Narraguagus 59, Jonesport-Beals 34
Old Town 43, Ellsworth 29

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COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL
Bunyan Tourney

Bates 98, UM-Machias 63

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
EMCC 69, Word of Life 32
Merry Monk Classic
Green Mountain 50, UM-Fort Kent 41
St. Joseph’s 66, UM-Presque Isle 46

MEN’S HOCKEY
Colby 5, Castleton State 0
Bowdoin 1, Skidmore 0
Maine 3, Providence 1
Williams 6, U-New England 1

WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY
Bowdoin 6, Connecticut College 1
Colby 5, Hamilton 5 (OT)
Maine 4, Vermont 1
Southern Maine 3, New England College 2

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BOYS BASKETBALL
Fort Kent 57, LCS/MSSM 37

At Fort Kent, Curtis Bouchard posted 18 points to help Fort Kent past Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.
Alex Charette and Jared Soucy scored 11 points each for the Warriors.
Dylan Caldwell had 13 points to pace the Eagles.
LCS/MSSM (0-1) 37
Caldwell 6-1-13, Tucker 2-0-4, Forsman 3-0-6, Keiser 2-0-4, Allen 3-0-6, St. Pierre 2-0-4, Morgan
Fort Kent (1-0) 57
Bouchard 7-3-18, Charette 4-2-11, Soucy 4-2-11, Cyr 3-0-6, Rioux 3-0-6, Violette 1-0-2. O’Leary 1-1-3, Nadeau, Hafford, Savery, Dionne
3-pt. goals: Bouchard, Charette, Soucy
LCS/MSSM     10    21    31    37
Fort Kent     17    29    44    57
JV: Fort Kent 59-42

Cen. Aroostook 61, Katahdin 44
At Stacyville, the Panthers outscored the Cougars 16-8 in the second quarter to build a 16-point edge on their way to victory.
Mike McClung scored 19 points to lead Central Aroostook of Mars Hill, while Logan McLaughlin netted 13 and Brendan York 11.
Brandon Robinson paced Katahdin with 19 points. Lucas Craig added nine.
Central Aroostook (1-0) 61
Folsom 1-1-3, Brewer 1-2-4, McLaughlin 6-0-13, Kelly 1-2-4, Stiles 3-1-7, York 4-3-11, McClung 6-7-19
Katahdin (0-1) 44
Craig 4-1-9, Curtis 2-0-4, Gallagher 2-1-5, Robinson 9-1-19, Bivinghouse 2-0-4, Cahill 1-0-2, McNally
3-pt. goals: McLaughlin
Cen. Aroostook    18    34    47    61           
Katahdin    10    18    25    44           
JV: Katahdin 64-47

Hampden Acad. 56, Bangor 49
At Bangor, former Camden Hills of Rockport standout Graham Safford scored a game-high 26 points and had four steals in his Class A debut to lead the Broncos to victory.
The junior point guard, who helped Camden Hills win the 2009 Class B state title before trans-ferring to Hampden last spring, shot 9 of 14 from the field overall, including 5-of-8 from beyond the arc in helping the Broncos build a double-digit lead before holding off a Bangor rally.
Jacob Moore added 15 points and seven rebounds for Hampden, while Noah Burditt scored eight points and Nolan Turner grabbed seven rebounds.
Senior center Clark Noonan led Bangor with 14 points and seven rebounds, while Luke Het-terman added 11 points and Zach Blodgett scored 10.
Hampden led by as much as 30-16 early in the third quarter, but Bangor battled back to within 51-47 with 1:14 remaining before Hampden scored its next five points from the free throw line.
JV: Bangor 43-42

GHCA 54, Van Buren 35
At University of Maine at Presque Isle, Chad Duff scored nine of his 26 points in the third quarter to help Greater Houlton Christian Academy defeat Van Buren.
Derrick Rossignol paced Van Buren with 12 points.
Van Buren (0-1) 35
Rossignol 5-0-12, Culinan 0-2-2, Theriault 0-1-1, Banks 1-0-2, Laplante 3-0-9, Lapierre 2-0-4, Lapoint, Edgecomb, LaJoie, Roy
Greater Houlton Christian (1-0) 54
Duff 12-2-26, Campbell 0-2-2, Wiley 4-0-9, Gray 2-1-5, Z. Straubel 4-0-8, Bowers 2-0-4, Socoby, Shirai, Long, Cummings, Brady, Holmes, I. Straubel, Little
3-pt. goals: Laplante 3, Rossignol 2; Wiley
Van Buren     8    22    29    35
GHCA     12    24    48    54

Woodland 47, Machias 34
At Woodland, Brandon Ireland came off the bench to score six of his eight points and spark Woodland to an 18-8 first-quarter lead en route to the victory.
Corey Rolfe paced the winners  with 14 points and Keith Curtis added 11.
Jacob Scoville and Ty Richards each scored eight points for Machias.
Machias (0-1) 34
Jenkins 1-1-3, Farrington 1-0-2, Dahl 2-2-7, Getchell 1-2-4, Morse 1-0-2, Scoville 4-0-8, Richards 4-0-8, Reynolds
Woodland (1-0) 47
Rolfe 4-6-14, Curtis 5-0-11, Subialdea, Hoops 2-0-5, Denly 2-0-5, Pike, Hood, Perry 2-0-4, Brown, Ireland 4-0-8
3-pt. goals: Dahl; Curtis, Hoops, Denly
Machias      8    12    25    34   
Woodland     18    29    36    47   
JV: Woodland 51-21

MCI 57, Belfast 30
At Pittsfield, senior forward Jacob Hunt scored 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Huskies past Belfast.
Hunt also made three 3-point goals for MCI, while Nick Cook chipped in with eight points and 10 rebounds.
Brad Reed paced Belfast with 10 points.
Belfast (0-1) 30
Kulikowski, Reed 3-3-10, Peters 1-0-3, Beal, Bernosky 1-0-3, Davis 1-0-2, Mitchell 1-0-2, Webster 1-0-2, Howes 2-1-5, Heroux 1-0-2
Maine Central Institute (1-0) 57
Hunt 9-2-23, Maloon 3-0-6, Bennett, Reazor 1-5-7, Shorey 1-0-2, Egerton 1-0-3, Crocker 0-2-2, Chute, Patterson 1-0-2, Cook 3-2-8, Yan 2-0-4
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Belfast     8    15    20    30
MCI     11    26    44    57
JV: MCI 46-43

Ashland 47, Wisdom 37
At Saint Agatha, Lucas Hafford and Kenny Tarr combined for 15 fourth-quarter points as the Hornets rallied to earn the win.
Both Hafford and Tarr finished with 18 points.
Curtis Picard scored a game-high 19 points for Wisdom, while Kody Chamberland added 12.
Ashland (1-0) 47
Hafford 6-6-18, Tarr 5-5-18, Levesque 1-3-5, Beaulieu 1-2-4, Condon 1-0-2, Willey, Holmes, Bolstridge
Wisdom (0-1) 37
Picard 7-5-19, K. Chamberland 5-1-12, Malenica 1-0-3, Roc. Chamberland 0-2-2, Ouellette 0-1-1, Daigle, Miller, Albert, Rob. Chamber-land
3-pt. goals: Tarr 3; K. Chamberland
Ashland    9    22    28    47
Wisdom    15    24    32    37

Camden Hills 66, Mount View 42
At Rockport, Keegan Pieri powered the Windjammers with a game-high 18 points, including seven in the second quarter as Camden Hills rolled to a 15-point halftime lead.
Tyler McFarland contributed 11 points, and Cam Gartley posted 10.
Erick Nealley topped the Mustangs of Thorndike with 11 points, Mike Cochrane added 10 and Zach Babin had nine.
Mount View (0-1) 42
Porter, Keller 0-1-1, Alton 1-0-2, Cochrane 1-8-10, Mehuren, Albright 1-0-2, Babin 3-3-9, Rednour 0-1-1, Nealey 4-2-11, Hughes 1-0-2, Blanchard 1-1-4
Camden Hills (1-0) 66
Gabriele 1-0-2, Landwehr 1-0-2, Catell 2-0-5, Wincklhofer 2-0-5, Gartley 3-2-10, Carlsen, White, Vlautin 1-0-3, Weferling, Wilson 2-0-4, Pieri 4-10-18, McFarland 2-7-11
3-pt. goals: Nealley, Blanchard; Gartley 2, Catell, Wincklhofer, Vlautin
Mount View    6    17    29    42
Camden Hills    12    32    45    66

Easton 70, Washburn 58

At Easton, Reid Clark scored 15 points to help lift Easton over Washburn.
The game featured 48 fouls and 60 foul shots taken.
Cody Tompkins and Luke Budreau scored 14 points apiece for the Bears. Holden Turner added 10 points.
Mitch Worcester had 23 points for the Beavers. Jordan McLaughlin scored 15 points and Chase Chandler had 10 points.
Washburn (0-1) 58
Worcester 5-12-23, McLaughlin 6-2-15, Chandler 5-0-10, Howe 1-0-3, Fitzpatrick 2-0-4, Turner 1-0-3, Theriault, Bragg, Davis
Easton (1-0) 70
Turner 4-2-10, Tompkins 4-6-14, Budreau 7-0-14, R. Clark 7-1-15, Fuller 2-0-4, Jo. Bacon 2-0-5, Ja. Bacon 2-1-5, White 0-3-3, Z. Clark, Hafford
3-pt. goals: Worcester, McLaughlin, Howe, Turner; Jo. Bacon
Washburn     11    31    43    58
Easton     18    37    56    70
JV: Easton 66-32

Brewer 69, Erskine 44
At Brewer, Ray Bessette had 21 points, nine assists and seven rebounds to power Brewer past Erskine Academy of South China.
Nate Carson chipped in 14 points and seven blocks during Ben Goodwin’s coaching debut with the Witches.
Tyler Belanger paced Erskine with 12 points.
Erskine (0-1) 44
Pardo 2-0-4, Gagne 2-0-4, Bragg 1-0-2, Grady 2-1-5, Poulin 0-2-2, Jones 1-0-2, Hayes 2-0-4, Wright 1-1-3, Richards 1-2-4, Belanger 5-2-12, Scates 2-0-4, Humphrey
Brewer (1-0) 69
Darvy 1-0-2, Sasaki 3-3-9, R. Bessette, 8-2-21, Burgess 2-2-7, Richards 1-0-2, Birmingham 1-2-4, T. Bessette 1-2-4, Small 2-0-4, Brier 1-0-2, Carson 7-0-14, Billings, Violette
3-pt. goals: R. Bessette 3, Burgess
Erskine     8    16    28    44
Brewer     17    36    51    69

Medomak 51, Gardiner 44
At Waldoboro, Alex MacKenzie scored 15 of 19 points in the second half to led Medomak Val-ley to the win.
MacKenzie, a senior, added 10 rebounds for the Panthers. Jason Vinal scored 11 points.
Mike Trahan led Gardiner with 13 points. Dan Seymour scored 10 points.
Gardiner (0-1) 44
Seymour 5-0-10, Trahan 3-7-13, Smith 0-2-2, Allen 1-1-4, Toman 3-0-6, Coughlan 3-0-6, Hall 1-1-3, Palmer
Medomak (1-0) 51
Bartlett 2-0-4, D. Osier 2-2-6, Vinal 3-4-11, I. Greenrose 2-0-4, MacKenzie 9-1-19, I. Durkee 3-0-7, K. Durkee, A. Greenrose, O. Osier
3-pt. goals: Allen; I. Durkee
Gardiner     12    21    30    44
Medomak     15    21    35    51

Schenck 46, Orono 42
At East Millinocket, Brandon Theriault scored eight of his 12 points in the second quarter when the Wolverines rallied from a four-point deficit with a 15-8 scoring surge en route to the opening victory.
Terry McCafferty paced Schenck with 19 points, 14 in the second half when he nailed 6 of 6 free throws.
A.J. Coleman led the Red Riots with 13 points.
Orono (0-1) 42
Coleman 5-1-13, LeVasseur 4-1-9, Eddy 2-0-6, Johnson, Kelley 1-0-2, Albert 3-0-7, Stoddard, Paul 2-1-5, Lucy
Schenck (1-0) 46
McCafferty 6-7-19, B. Theriault 5-2-12, E. Theriault 3-1-8, Waite 1-1-3, Thompson, McLaughlin 0-2-2, LeVasseur 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: Coleman 2, Eddy 2, Albert; E. Theriault
Orono     10    18    30    42   
Schenck      6    21    37    46   
JV: Schenck 44-32

Waterville 71, Nokomis 52
At Newport, Tyler Roy scored 25 points to lift Waterville to victory over Nokomis.
Cameron Mitchell had 13 points for the Panthers. Ryan Gormley added 12 points.
Chris Braley paced the Warriors with 20 points. Jake Welch scored 17 points.

g>Waterville (1-0) 71
Roy 8-7-25, Lynch 2-3-7, R. Gormley 4-3-12, Mitchell 5-2-13, Lee 1-2-4, Veilleux 2-0-4, Brown 2-2-6, Bailey, Hunter, J. Gormley
Nokomis (0-1) 52
Welch 7-0-17, Hartsgrove 1-2-4, Pearl 3-0-6, Braley 7-3-20, Higgins 1-0-2, Wing 0-3-3, Libby, Adams
3-pt. goals: Roy 2, Gormley, Mitchell; Welch 3, Braley 3
Waterville     16    33    50    71
Nokomis     17    25    36    52

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GIRLS BASKETBALL
Houlton 52, Lee 30

At Houlton, Vanessa Sanderson poured in a dozen points in the first quarter to propel the Shiretowners past the Pandas.
Sanderson finished with 29 points and also had four assists. Martha McPartland added 10 points, four assists and four steals.
Alaina Hamilton topped the Pandas with eight points.
Lee (0-1) 30
Hamilton 4-0-8, Gordon 1-1-3, Cowan 2-3-7, Grass 1-0-2, Mallett 1-1-3, Hersom 3-1-7, Thornton, Kerr, Rideout, Dill, Thomas
Houlton (1-0) 52
Fogarty 1-3-5, Sanderson 10-6-29, Bailey 1-1-3, Cone 1-2-4, McPartland 4-2-10, Drew 0-1-1, Tracy, Folsom, Hanson, Cameron, Lezotte
3-pt. goals: Sanderson 3
Lee    6    13    21    30
Houlton    18    35    44    52
JV: Houlton 34-31

MDI 40, Mattanawcook 36
At Bar Harbor, MacKenzie Curtis scored 16 points as Mount Desert Island held off Mattanaw-cook Academy of Lincoln.
Sara Carroll chipped in 13 points for the Trojans.
Brooke Hanscom scored seven of her 10 points in the fourth quarter for the Lynx.
Mattanawcook (0-1) 36
Gardner 3-2-8, Paul 2-0-4, Libbey 1-0-2, Hanscom 4-0-10, Hawkins 3-0-6, Gulesian 2-0-4, O’Hara 1-0-2, Fortin, Blood
MDI (1-0) 40
Carroll 4-4-13, Sargent 1-0-2, Phelps 1-0-2, Curtis 6-4-16, Swanson 2-0-5, Ross 1-0-2, Black
3-pt. goals: Hanscom 2; Carroll, Swanson
Mattanawcook     7    15    21    36
MDI     7    16    25    40
JV: Mattanawcook 37-26

Bangor Christian 46, Sumner 21
At East Sullivan, the Patriots built a 14-point halftime lead en route to victory over the Ti-gers.
Emma Johnson led a balanced Bangor Christian offense with 14 points. Meredith Bean and Katherine Bragg scored 12 and 10 points, respectively.
Clarissa West provided six points to lead Sumner.
Bangor Christian (1-0) 46
Johnson 6-2-14, Bean 4-4-12, Bragg 4-2-10, Holmes 2-2-7, Dillon 0-1-1, Ramirez 0-2-2, Harvey, Martin, Dorman
Sumner (0-1) 21
West 3-0-6, Leighton 0-1-1, Whitten 2-0-4, Havey 1-1-3, Rivers 1-0-2, Alexander 1-1-3, McLean 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: Holmes
Bangor Christian    12    23    35    46           
Sumner    1    9    14    21           
JV: Sumner 39-37

Hampden 42, Bangor 36
At Hampden, the Broncos connected on 12-of-20 free throws down the stretch, with Michaela Stephenson going 4-5 as Hampden held off Bangor.
The Broncos raced out to a 24-15 halftime lead, holding the Rams to 5-27 shooting from the floor.
But Bangor outscored Hampden 16-4 in the third quarter, with Hillary Throckmorton’s 3-pointer from the right wing giving the Rams their first lead of the contest at 29-27.
The teams went back-and-forth early in the fourth, but Bangor’s foul trouble had the Broncos on the line constantly, and Katelyn DeRaps hit two FTs with 5:08 to play to give the hosts the lead for good.
Hampden limited the Rams to one field goal in the fourth quarter.
Julia Snyder led a balanced Broncos’ attack with 12 points while grabbing seven rebounds, including four on the offensive end. DeRaps, making her HA debut, finished with 10 and Ste-phenson nine.
Throckmorton’s 11 points led Bangor.

Central 28, John Bapst 27
At Corinth, Hannah Pray scored the go-ahead basket with five seconds remaining as Central edged John Bapst of Bangor.
Pray finished with a team-high 11 points for Central, while Roberta Trafton grabbed 10 re-bounds.
Taylor Edgecomb scored 12 points for John Bapst.
John Bapst (0-1) 27
M. Martin 1-0-2, Moriarty 1-0-2, Myerowitz 0-3-3, Edgecomb3-6-12, Williams 0-3-3, P. Martin 0-1-1, Boyle 2-0-4
Central (1-0) 28
Speed 1-1-3, McHugh, Bonnell, Day 1-0-2, K. Blanchard , Pineo 1-2-4, Pray 5-1-11, Trafton 0-1-1, Portmann 3-1-7
3-pt. goals: none
John Bapst    1    5    20    27
Central    3    12    16    28
JV: John Bapst 45-27

GHCA 37, Van Buren 36
At University of Maine at Presque Isle, Olivia Lee scored her only point on a free throw with 13 seconds remaining in regulation to break the 36-all tie and lead Greater Houlton Christian Academy past Van Buren.
Emily Little paced the Eagles with 18 points and Mariah Wiley added 10 points.
Ashlie Wilson scored 18 points to lead Van Buren. Jen Ouellette chipped in 15 points.
Van Buren (0-1) 36
Wilson 6-5-18, Parent 1-0-3, Ouellette 3-7-15, Bourgoin, Duprey, Rioux, Dumond
Greater Houlton Christian (1-0) 37
Little 8-2-18, Smart 1-0-2, Lee 0-1-1, Barges 2-0-4, Wiley 2-6-10, Michaud 1-0-2, Robertson, Duff, Bishop, McGuire
3-pt. goals: Ouellette 2, Parent, Wilson
Van Buren     7    13    24    36
GHCA     11    22    28    37

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Brewer 39, Erskine 33

At South China, the Witches took the lead early and never relinquished it to win their opener.
Deaven Smith paced Brewer with 10 points, while Rylee Hutchins contributed nine.
Jaci Hudson tallied a game-high 12 points for Erskine Academy.
Brewer (1-0) 39
Hutchins 2-4-9, Adams 1-0-2, Thompson 2-0-4, Houp 3-0-6, Nickerson 0-2-2, Small 3-0-6, Smith 4-2-10, Thomas
Erskine (0-1) 33
Tjelmeland 0-1-1, Hudson 4-3-12, Peabody, Souther 1-2-4, Phillips, Beckwith, Crowell-Smith, Bond 1-0-3, Honea 1-2-4, Britten 0-2-2, Helm 2-2-7
3-pt. goals: Hutchins; Hudson, Helm
Brewer    10    19    26    39           
Erskine    3    14    21    33           
JV: Erskine 52-38

Narraguagus 59, Jones.-Beals 34
At Jonesport, Andrea Perry scored 26 points as Narraguagus of Harrington defeated Jonesport-Beals.
Haley Eckert had 10 points for the Knights.
Maegan Alley had 10 rebounds and eight points for Jonesport-Beals while Jessica MacLean led the team with nine points.
Narraguagus (1-0) 59
Beal 2-0-4, Burke 2-0-5, Carver 1-0-, Ramsey 1-0-2, Albee 1-1-3, Foss 2-2-6, Eckert 2-6-10, Hatt 0-2-2, Perry 8-10-26, Collora
Jonesport-Beals (0-1) 34
MacLean 3-2-9, Merchant 0-2-2, B. Beal 2-1-5, Alley 4-0-8, L. Beal 2-3-7, M. Beal 1-1-3, Todd, Carver, Jones
3-pt. goals: Burke; MacLean
Narraguagus     15    24    37    59
Jonesport-Beals     9    19    27    34

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WRESTLING
HIGH SCHOOL
At Dexter
Dirigo 45, Dexter 36

103: Brett Whittemore (Dir) dec. Tyler Salsbury 8-3, 112: Eric Holman (Dir) by forfeit, 119: Caleb Hall (Dir) pinned Vincent Malinauskas 3:24, 125: Andrew Levensailor (Dex) pinned Justin Jasper 2:35, 130: Bryce Webber (Dex) pinned Travis Oakes 2:29, 135: Dylan Caston-guay (Dir) pinned Mike Ellis 2:42, 140: Brent Richardson (Dex) pinned Richie Leslie 5:02, 145: Chad Oakes (Dir) pinned Mike Rosetti 4:52, 152: D.J. Webber (Dir) by forfeit, 160: Alex Miele (Dir) pinned Lee Gustin 1:51, 171: Thomas Barnett (Dir) by forfeit, 189: Doug Richardson (Dex) pinned Zach White :34, 215: Kasee Wilson (Dex) pinned Alex Snowman 2:33, 285: Zach Poirier (Dex) pinned Ben Dolloff 2:36

Dexter (1-2) 54, Foxcroft Acad. 24
103: Salsbury (D) by forfeit, 112: Mark Smith (FA) by forfeit, 119: Malinauskas (Dex) pinned Forrest Law 1:58, 125: Levensailor (Dex) pinned Matt Smith 2:00, 130: B. Webber (Dex) pinned Alex Francis 2:35, 135: Wesley Stinson (FA) pinned Slade Mower 2:21, 140: Richardson (Dex) by forfeit, 145: Rosetti (Dex) pinned Freddy Smith 1:37, 152: double forfeit, 160: Gustin (Dex) pinned Zach Smith 1:14, 171: Ethan Spelios (FA) by forfeit, 189: D. Richardson (Dex) pinned Zach Neece :27, 215: Louis LaFache (FA) pinned Wilson 4:42, 285: Poirier (Dex) pinned Caleb Atkinson 1:54

Lisbon 44, Dexter 21
103: Salsbury (Dex) pinned Stephanie Hayslip :32, 112: double forfeit, 119: Forrest Cornell (L) pinned Malinauskas 1:33, 125: Josh Pomerleau (L) tech. fall Levensailor 6:00, 130: Mike McNamara (L) pinned Webber (Dex) :55, 135: Matt Nicholson (L) pinned Mower :07, 140: Lance Thomas (L) dec. Richardson 5-4, 145: Marcus Bubar (L) pinned Rosetti 1:03, 152: double forfeit, 160: Gustin (Dex) pinned John Gamache 1:34, 171: Zach Splude (L) by forfeit, 189: Richardson (D) dec. Art Stombach 11-4, 215: Joe Doughty (L) pinned Wilson 1:11, 285: Poirier (Dex) pinned Ryan Havlicek, :25

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MEN’S BASKETBALL
Husson 81, UM-Fort Kent 75

At Bangor, Matt MacKenzie totaled 28 points and nine rebounds as Husson University topped the University of Maine-Fort Kent in the Paul Bunyan Invitational.
Husson will play Bates College in the championship game today at 3 p.m. The Bengals face UMaine-Machias in the consolation game at 1 p.m.
Josh Jones had 20 points and 14 rebounds for the Eagles. Brock Bradford scored 14 points.
Jimmy Lopez tallied 24 points and eight rebounds to lead the Bengals. Manny Odugbela and Yair Gal scored 11 points each.
UM-Fort Kent (3-3) 75
Nagradic 1-0-2, Hyliger 5-3-13, Kalajdzic 2-0-4, Lopez 7-7-24, Odugbela 2-7-11, Gal 5-0-11, Campbell 4-0-10, Belizaire
Husson (2-2) 81
Jones 9-1-20, Hodges 2-0-5, Bradford 4-6-14, MacKenzie 12-4-28, Uhrin 1-0-2, Leighton 1-0-2, Murphy, Cummings 2-0-4, Zaharchuk 3-0-6, Spaulding
3-pt. goals: Lopez 3, Gal, Campbell 2; Jones, Hodges
Halftime: UMFK 38-37

Bates 98, UM-Machias 63
At Bangor, Neil Creahan connected for 18 points as Bates College won in the first round of the Paul Bunyan Tournament at Husson University.
Brian Ellis contributed 10 points and Nick Schmiemann nine for the Bobcats.
Zach Armstrong and Nathaniel Case had 13 points apiece for the University of Maine-Machias.
UM-Machias (3-3) 63
Armstrong 5-2-13, Case 3-5-13, Leeman 2-2-7, Vasquez 2-0-5, McDonald 2-1-5, Tolbert 1-2-5, Burke 1-2-4, Alexander 2-0-4, Nelson 1-1-3, Lucas 1-0-2, Mirnyi 0-2-2, Kakar
Bates (4-1) 98
Creahan 8-2-18, Ellis 4-2-10, Schmiemann 3-1-9, O’Keefe 4-0-8, Weston 2-3-7, Pares 3-0-6, Christian 2-0-6, Wirth 1-4-6, Deegan 2-2-6, Gallant 3-0-6, Brust 2-0-5, Wilson 2-0-4, Squires 1-1-3, Friedman 0-2-2, Philbrook 1-02
3-pt. goals: Case 2, Tolbert, Vasquez, Armstrong; Schmiemann 2, Christian 2, Brust
Halftime: Bates 49-28

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Green Mountain 50, UMFK 41

At Standish, Christin Louras scored 13 points to power Green Mountain College to victory over the University of Maine-Fort Kent in the opening game of the Merry Monk Classic at Saint Joseph’s College.
Chelsea Paul added 12 points for Green Mountain.
Kristin Violette led the Bengals with 17 points. Morgan Chasse scored 11 points and Maliesha Caesar recorded 12 rebounds.
Green Mountain (3-2) 50
Louras 5-0-13, Paul 5-0-12, Jablonski 4-1-9, Tassie 3-0-6, Buckley 2-0-4, Casey 1-2-4, Caster 1-0-2
UM-Fort Kent (1-3) 41
Violette 8-1-17, Chasse 5-0-11, Garrison 3-1-7, Caesar 1-1-4, Melton 1-0-2, Herring, Waltz, Norsworthy, Stokdijk
3-pt. goals: Louras 3, Paul 2; Caesar, Chasse
Halftime: Green Mountain 31-21

Saint Joseph’s 66, UMPI 46
At Standish, the Monks outscored the Owls 40-22 in the second half to pull away for victory in the first round of the Merry Monk Classic.
Meghan Daigle sparked Saint Joseph’s with a game-high 16 points and nine rebounds, while Carolyn Freeman contributed 13 points and nine rebounds. Allison Miner added 11 points and Ashley Geel 10.
Kathy Kilfoil led the University of Maine-Presque Isle with nine points, 11 rebounds, three assists and three blocked shots.
UM-Presque Isle (0-3) 46
Peers 3-0-6, Kilfoil 2-5-9, Moore 2-3-8, E. Pelletier 3-0-8, Korhonen 2-1-5, K. Pelletier, Creighton 0-1-1, Sullivan 4-1-

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Saint Joseph’s (4-3) 66
Parent 2-1-5, Geel 5-0-10, Drake, Freeman 2-8-13, Daigle 6-4-16, Jordan, Bridges 1-0-2, Miner 3-5-11, Shufelt 0-2-2, McDevitt 3-0-7
3-pt. goals: Moore, E. Pelletier 2; Freeman, McDevitt
Halftime: Saint Joseph’s 26-24

Bates 82, Castelton State 54
At Northfield, Vt., Allie Beaulieu netted a game-high 21 points to lead Bates College of Lewiston past Castleton State in the Hockenbury Classic.
Kellie Goodridge added 13 points and Lauren Yanofsky 11 for the Bobcats.
Vanessa Powers led Castleton with 17.
Castleton State (2-4) 54
Powers 7-0-17, Cary 3-3-9, Bolognani 1-4-7, Matos 3-0-6, Hoxsie 1-2-4, Johnson 1-2-4, Jaques 1-0-3, Dunchus 1-0-2, Bashaw 0-2-2, Cre-han
Bates (4-2) 82
Beaulieu 7-4-21, Goodridge 9-2-13, Yanofsky 5-1-11, O’Connell 4-0-9, McCall 4-0-8, Burns 2-0-5, Dobish 2-0-5, Flaherty 0-4-4, Robinson 1-0-2, Garvey 1-0-2, Braboy 1-0-2, Finn, Hawkins
3-pt. goals: Powers 3, Jaques, Bolognani; Beaulieu 3, Goodridge 3, O’Connell, Burns, Dobish
Halftime: Bates 38-17

EMCC 69, Word of Life 32
At Manchester, N.H., Kara Scoville scored 17 points as Eastern Maine Community College of Bangor cruised past Word of Life Bible Institute of Pottersville, N.Y., in the New Hampshire Technical Institute-Hesser Festival.
Theresa Spieldenner scored 11 points for the Golden Eagles.
Sarah Sewall led Word of Life with eight points.
Eastern Maine CC (5-2) 69
McIver 2-2-6, Nicholas 2-1-5, Kaulback 2-0-5, Lewey 4-0-8, Littlefield 1-0-3, Ka. Scoville 8-0-17, Kr. Scoville 1-0-2, Spieldenner 4-3-11, Loyal 1-2-4, Deloge 2-5-9, Weymouth
Word of Life (4-9) 32
Richards 1-1-3, Sewall 4-0-8, Farrar 1-0-2, Kline 1-0-2, Fleming 1-5-7, Horton 1-1-3, Chiaro 3-1-7, Hanshaw, Wolf
3-pt. goals: Kaulback, Littlefield, Ka. Scoville, Spieldenner
Halftime: EMCC 30-14

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At Maine Indoor GC, Bangor
Thursday Night Men’s League

(At Kapalua Bay GC, par 72)
Scramble: Brad Young, Peter Baldacci, Larry Reynolds, Steve Stanley 55; Mike Hersey, Jay Graves, Bill Ferris, Dick Hansen 60; hole-in-one: Peter Baldacci, hole No. 17, 6-iron.

At Dexter Muni GC
Dexter Indoor League

Gross: Shane Baxter, Dick hall, Rick Sherburne, Jimmy Costedio 56; net: Kenny Gardner, Tony Mayo, Ken Pooler, Don Swan 57; pins: No. 2, Hall 16-2; No. 8, Costedio 20-7; No. 13, Baxter 39-1; No. 17, Sean Farnsworth 2-6; long drive: Josh White 295 yards; straight drive: Baxter 2-8 from center; long putt: Costedio 51-7

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