December 16, Scores and Highlights

Posted Dec. 16, 2009, at 8:54 p.m.
Last modified Sept. 28, 2010, at 4:49 p.m.
Schenck's Laura Nicholson, (10), puts up a one-hander over Bangor Christian's Katherine Bragg, (5), in the first half of their game in Bangor, Wed., Dec. 16, 2009. Bangor Daily News/Michael C. York
Schenck's Laura Nicholson, (10), puts up a one-hander over Bangor Christian's Katherine Bragg, (5), in the first half of their game in Bangor, Wed., Dec. 16, 2009. Bangor Daily News/Michael C. York
Bangor Christian's Katherine Bragg, (5), tries for the put-back on an offensive rebound past Schenck's Sonya Brown, (42), in the third period of their game in Bangor, Wed., Dec. 16, 2009. Bangor Daily News/Michael C. York
Bangor Christian's Katherine Bragg, (5), tries for the put-back on an offensive rebound past Schenck's Sonya Brown, (42), in the third period of their game in Bangor, Wed., Dec. 16, 2009. Bangor Daily News/Michael C. York

HIGH SCHOOL
BOYS BASKETBALL

Calais 58, Woodland 48
Easton 52, LCS/MSSM 43
Ellsworth 62, Mattanawcook 51
Georges Valley 60, Hall-Dale 57
Hermon 56, Bucksport 50
Jonesport-Beals 59, Shead 56
Lee 48, Penobscot Valley 47
Madawaska 58, Fort Kent 36
Madison 106, Carrabec 11
Monmouth Acad. 50, Lisbon 39
Mountain Valley 81, Mt. Abram 47
Old Town 51, John Bapst 47
Presque Isle 61, Caribou 44
Traip 85, Gould Acad. 31
Washburn 73, Hodgdon 70 (OT)
Wiscasset 62, Winthrop 42
Wednesday’s Postponements
Southern Aroostook at Ashland, no date

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Bangor Christian 46, Schenck 32
Central 59, Searsport 22
Fort Fairfield 69, Van Buren 18
Hermon 56, Old Town 34
MDI 49, George Stevens 22
Penobscot Valley 32, Lee 30
Penquis 51, Piscataquis 40
Portland Chr. 48, Acadia Chr. 9

HOCKEY
Brewer 7, Winslow 1
Waterville 5, Bangor 2

PREP
BOYS BASKETBALL

MCI 73, Lee Academy 70 (OT)
Hebron 62, Kents Hill 53

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Hebron 49, Kents Hill 39

BOYS BASKETBALL
Jonesport-Beals 59, Shead 56

At Eastport, Justin Alley made both free throws with seven seconds remaining to break the 56-56 tie and lift Jonesport-Beals over Shead.
Andrew Beal added another free throw to give the Royals a three-point victory. Garet Beal scored 18 points to lead the team. Andrew Beal had 17 points and Justin Alley scored 10 points.
Dave Medeiros led Shead with 16 points and four steals. Tyler Mitchell added 14 points and nine rebounds.
Jonesport-Beals (4-0) 59
Smith 2-0-4, A. Beal 6-4-17, M. Alley 3-0-7, Look 1-0-2, Lyons 0-1-1, J. Alley 4-2-10, G. Beal 8-2-18, Carver, Monroe
Shead (1-2) 56
Medeiros 6-2-16, Barnes 2-1-5, Ricker 2-1-5, Garnett 1-0-3, Mitchell 6-2-14, Smith 4-1-9, Nicholas 2-0-4, Collins, Vinson
3-pt. goals: A. Beal, M. Alley, Medeiros 2, Garnett
Jonesport-Beals    11    26    43    59
Shead                    12    21    38    56

JV: Shead 65-61

Ellsworth 62, Mattanawcook 51
At Ellsworth, Ryan Petros scored 15 of his 25 points in the second half to power Ellsworth past Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln
Brad Folmer scored 14 points for the Eagles.
Devin Delaite led the Lynx with 18 points.
Mattanawcook (1-2) 51
Vicaire 2-0-4, Campbell 2-4-9, Gardner 3-0-6, Delaite 7-0-18, Bernier 3-0-6, Stepanec 0-4-4, O’Hara 2-0-4, Voisine, Paradis, Guiod, Hand
Ellsworth (3-1) 62
Emeigh 1-1-3, Holt 1-0-2, Card 0-3-3, Austin 1-1-3, Palmer 1-0-3, Petros 9-7-25, Folmer 6-1-14, Richie 3-0-6, Saunders 1-1-3
3-pt. goals: Delaite 4, Campbell; Palmer, Folmer
Mattanawcook    12    29    37    51
Ellsworth              14    30    44    62

JV: Ellsworth 43-34

Calais 58, Woodland 48
At Woodland, Jeremy Carr led three players in double figures with 20 points as Calais knocked off Woodland.
Cam Shorey contributed 16 points and Josh Gillespie 12 for the Blue Devils.
Corey Rolfe paced Woodland with 22 points and 12 rebounds while Jordan Perry added 10 points.
Calais (3-0) 58
Carr 9-1-20, Shorey 7-0-16, Gillespie 5-2-12, Beers 1-1-4, Cavanaugh 1-0-2, Ramsdell 2-0-4, Cummings, Jones
Woodland (2-2) 48
Rolfe 8-6-22, Perry 4-2-10, Curtis 1-0-2, Subialdea, Hoops, Denley 4-0-8, Lincoln, Pike, Brown, Ireland 3-0-6
3-pt. goals: Beers, Carr, Shorey 2
Calais         19    28    45    58
Woodland    8    21    35    48

JV: Calais 53-51

Hermon 56, Bucksport 50
At Bucksport, brothers Colton and Taylor Gross combined for 40 points as Hermon triumphed.
Taylor netted 22 points and Colton 20 for the Hawks while Brad Deabay added 10.
Brandon Flegel had 14 points to lead Bucksport while Isaac Redman had 12 and Coty Walker and Cody Farrell 10 apiece.
Hermon (3-1) 56
C. Gross 6-5-18, T. Gross 7-4-22, Deabay 4-2-10, Matthews, Marseille, Adams 1-0-2, Fournier, Hamlin, Mayhew, Allen 1-0-2, Newbury 1-0-2
Bucksport (0-3) 50
Flegel 5-4-14, Redman 5-2-12, Walker 2-6-10, Farrell 3-2-10, Bailey, French, Nason 1-0-2, Williams, Alvarado, Swazey 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: T. Gross 4, C. Gross; Farrell 2
Hermon      15    28    42    56
Bucksport    6    20    33    50

JV: Hermon 49-46

Old Town 51, John Bapst 47
At Old Town, Josh Boucher connected for 20 points as Old Town edged John Bapst of Bangor.
Luke Bartlett added 14 points and Bronson Murray 11 for the Coyotes.
Lucas Philippon scored 11 points and Bill Wetherbee 10 for John Bapst.
John Bapst (1-3) 47
Philippon 2-5-11, Wetherbee 4-2-10, Storgaard 3-0-6, Carpenter, Carr 2-0-5, Hass 3-3-9, Christy 0-1-1, O’Donnell 1-0-2, Pulley, Desmond 1-1-3
Old Town (2-3) 51
Boucher 7-3-20, Bartlett 4-3-14, Murray 4-3-11, Abbott 1-1-3, Boyington 1-1-3, Clark, Archer, Libby, Loring
3-pt. goals: Philippon 2, Carr; Boucher 3, Bartlett 3
John Bapst    11    21    37    47
Old Town       16    20    36    51

JV: Old Town 52-36

Lee 48, Penobscot Valley 47
At Lee, Tony Esho hit the front end of a 1-and-1 with five seconds left and the Penobscot Valley Howlers of Howland missed a 10-foot running jumper at the buzzer to give Lee Academy the victory.
Ben Guido had 15 points and Esho finished with 13 for the Pandas. Yousou Ndoye had 11 rebounds and five assists.
Joey McCloskey had 17 points and 18 rebounds for the Howlers. Ryan Scopino scored 15 while Adam Calender came up with 10 points and 10 rebounds. McCloskey was held to four points in the second half.
Penobscot Valley (2-1) 47
McCloskey 7-3-17, Calender 4-2-10, Scopino 7-0-15, Jones 1-0-3, Speed 1-0-2, Hallett, Millett
Lee Academy (3-1) 48
Guido 6-0-15, Esho 4-5-13, Ndoye 3-0-6, Beers 3-1-7, Cropley 1-1-3, Harris 0-2-2, Thurlow 1-0-2, James, Sawtelle
3-pt. goals: Scopino, Jones; Guido 3
PVHS     14    27    33    47   
Lee        10    19    35    48   

Washburn 73, Hodgdon 70 (OT)
At Washburn, Connor Fitzpatrick turned a couple of half-court steals into layups in overtime and helped pace a balanced scoring effort as the Washburn Beavers edged Hodgdon.
Mitch Worcester led the Beavers with 29 points. Chase Chandler scored 17, Jordan McLaughlin 15, and Fitzpatrick 10 for the Beavers.
Chris Williams had 33 points for the Hawks. Dan McGillicuddy and Andrew McGillicuddy each scored 12 points.
Hodgdon (0-2) 70
Williams 9-12-33, D. McGillicuddy 5-2-12, A. M

cGillicuddy 4-4-12, Hudson 3-1-7, Lunn 0-4-4, Tidd 1-0-2, Logie, Harris, Acott, Beton, Lycette
Washburn (1-1) 73
Worcester 8-10-29, Chandler 7-3-17, McLaughlin 4-7-15, Fitzpatrick 4-2-10, Howe 1-0-2, Turner, Bragg, Davis, Theriault
3-pt. goals: Williams 3; Worcester 3
Hodgdon     14    23    40    60    70   
Washburn     8    24    40    60    73   

JV: Hodgdon 43-34

Presque Isle 61, Caribou 44
At Caribou, the Wildcats hit five of their eight 3-pointers in the second quarter to propel them past their archrivals.
Travis Dyer made five 3-pointers on his way to a game-high 21 points to pace Presque Isle. Dillon Kingsbury tossed in 15 points.
Ted Walker led Caribou with 15 points and Cameron Anderson contributed 10.
Presque Isle (4-0) 61
Ackerson 3-1-7, Dyer 6-4-21, Tuttle 2-0-5, Kingsbury 5-3-15, Zubrick 3-0-6, Eaton 1-1-3, Braley 2-0-4, Escobar, Bernier, Legassie, Gibson, Brooks
Caribou (2-3) 44
Nadeau 2-0-4, Till 5-2-13, Anderson 2-6-10, Holdsworth 1-0-2, Walker 5-5-15, Caverhill, Thibodeau, Ouellette, Susee, Landeen, St. Peter
3-pt. goals: Dyer 5, Tuttle, Kingsbury 2; Till
Presque Isle    10    36    52    61           
Caribou              4    22    36    44           

JV: Presque Isle 70-21

Easton 52, LCS/MSSM 43
At Easton, Reid Clark connected for 20 points to carry the Bears to victory.
Corey White scored 10 points for Easton.
Dylan Caldwell tallied 20 points to lead Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics. Josh Forsman netted 13 points and Mike Allen added 10.
Limestone/MSSM (1-4) 43
Tucker, Whitehead, Morgan, Poitraw, Berube, St. Pierre, Allen 4-1-10, Forsman 5-1-13, Caldwell 10-0-20
Easton (3-1) 52
Z. Clark, Turner 1-0-2, Fuller 2-1-5, Hafford 2-0-4, Jo. Bacon 1-0-2, Ja. Bacon 0-3-3, Petrin, Tompkins 0-2-2, Budreau 1-2-4, Condon, White 3-4-10, R. Clark 6-8-20
3-pt. goals: Allen, Forsman 2
LCS/MSSM    9    16    30    43           
Easton         14    26    45    52           

JV: Easton 66-34

Madawaska 58, Fort Kent 36
At Madawaska, Deejay Gendreau scored 16 points as Madawaska beat Fort Kent.
Matthew Deshenes had 14 points for the Owls and Jamie Cyr chipped in 11 points.
Alex Charette scored a game-high 20 points to pace Fort Kent.
Fort Kent (2-3) 36
Cyr 0-1-1, Charette 7-4-20, Rioux 1-6-8, Nadeau 1-0-3, O’Leary 0-2-2, Levesque 1-0-2, Bouchard, Soucy, Hafford
Madawaska (1-1) 58
Wetmore 2-0-5, Cannan 3-2-8, Deshenes 5-0-14, Gendreau 7-2-16, Cyr 5-1-11, Deshaine 2-0-4, Desrosier, Lee, Pelletier, Albert, Sirois
3-pt. goals: Deshenes 4, Wetmore; Charette 2, Nadeau
Fort Kent          3    17    19    36
Madawaska    19    37    54    58

JV: Madawaska 57-34

GIRLS BASKETBALL
MDI 49, George Stevens 22

At Blue Hill, Sara Carroll scored 14 to lead a balanced scoring attack for the Mount Desert Island Trojans.
Megan Phelps scored 12 and MacKenzie Curtis added 10 for the Trojans.
India Frazier led the George Stevens Academy Eagles with eight points.
MDI (3-0) 49
Carroll 5-1-14, Phelps 5-0-12, Curtis 3-4-10, Black 3-0-6, Sargent, Vaux, Brown 1-0-2, Swanson, Lewis 1-0-2, Ross, Mitchell, Bryer 1-1-3
George Stevens (3-2) 22
Frazier 2-4-8, Brady 1-0-2, L. Clapp 1-0-3, Gray, Herrick, Kane 0-1-1, M. Theoharidis, S. Theoharidis 0-2-2, Elliott, Brown, A. Clapp, Brown 0-2-2, Blodgett 0-1-1, Van der Eb 0-1-1
3-pt. goals: Carroll 3, Phelps 2; L. Clapp
MDI     17    30    42    49   
GSA     3       8    15    22   

JV: GSA 49-35

Central 59, Searsport 22
At Searsport, Hannah Pray scored 12 points as Central of Corinth cruised past Searsport.
Max McHugh added 11 points for the Red Devils.
Olivia Quigley paced Searsport with 10 points.
Central (4-0) 59
Speed 2-1-5, McHugh 5-1-11, Brownell 3-0-6, Day 3-2-8, Pray 5-1-12, S. Blanchard 1-2-4, Portmann 1-2-4, Harvey 1-1-3, Campbell 3-0-6, K. Blanchard, Pineo, Trafton
Searsport (0-4) 22
Cotter 0-1-1, Quigley 3-4-10, Higgins 2-0-4, Smith 1-2-4, Bradshaw 0-1-1, Bagley 1-0-2, Parker, Bacon, Ravert, Allenwood, Martin, Gillotti
3-pt. goals: Pray
Central       14    28    41    59
Searsport      5    9     12    22

Penobscot Valley 32, Lee 30
At Lee, Leslie Theriault scored with just over a minute to play to put the visiting Howlers from Howland ahead for good as they rallied for the win.
Theriault and Reese Leonard led Penobscot Valley with seven points apiece.
Alaina Hamilton had 10 points for Lee Academy.
Penobscot Valley (1-5) 32
Theriault 2-3-7, Leonard 3-1-7, Bean, Crawford, Batchelder, Rancourt 1-2-4, Keene 1-0-2, Mackin, Leveille 2-1-6, Hallett 2-1-5, Pelletier, Vanadestine 0-1-1, Michaud
Lee (0-5) 30
Hamilton 5-0-10, Hersom 1-2-4, Thornton 1-0-2, Mallett 2-0-4, Grass 2-1-5, Cowan 0-4-4, Gordon, Kerr 0-1-1, Rideout, Dill
3-pt. goals: Leveille
Penobscot Valley    4    10    15    32
Lee                          8    20    25    30

Hermon 56, Old Town 34
At Hermon, the Hawks raced out to a 14-4 lead after one quarter en route to the win over Old Town.
Ashley Thayer led Hermon with 13 points while Dani Ross added 12 more.
Ashley Abbott netted a game-high 15 points for Old Town.
Old Town (1-3) 34
Abbott 6-3-15, England 1-0-3, Gastia 0-2-2, Maxim 1-0-2, McLaughlin 1-0-2, Cole 1-2-4, Hildreth 0-1-1, Treadwell 0-1-1, Outman 1-2-4, Cossar, Hesseltine
Hermon (2-1) 56
Ross 5-0-12, Thayer 4-3-13, Allen, Hamlin 1-0-2, Kelley 3-0-6, King 2-1-5, Snow,  Nickerson 3-1-7, Davenport 4-1-9, Treadwell 0-2-2, Bates, Colpitts
3-pt. goals: Ross 2, Thayer 2
Old Town    4    19    28    34
Hermon    14    30    49    56

JV: Old Town 46-37

Penquis 51, Piscataquis 40
At Milo, Kristyn Chapman and Sadie Zambrano combined to scored 13 of Penquis’ 17 points to help the Patriots pull away from Piscataquis of Guilford.
Zambrano and Chapman totaled 12 points apiece for the Patriots. Shelby Fowles added 10 points.
Jesse Bell scored 17 points to l

ead the Pirates.
Piscataquis (1-3) 40
Morrill 2-3-7, Martell 2-0-6, Burdin 2-0-4, Shaffer 2-2-6, Bell 8-0-17, Kain, Hooper
Penquis (3-1) 51
Chapman 5-1-12, Fowles 4-1-10, Larson 2-4-8, Zambrano 6-0-12, C. Bess 1-2-4, H. Bess 0-5-5, Armour, Patten, Conklin, Worster, Weston
3-pt. goals: Martell 2, Bell; Chapman, Fowles
Piscataquis    13    19    23    40
Penquis          14    24    41    51

JV: Piscataquis 37-34

Bangor Christian 46, Schenck 32
At Eastern Maine Community College, Bangor, Katherine Bragg scored 13 points to lead Bangor Christian to victory over Schenck of East Millinocket.
Whitney Holmes had 11 points for the Patriots.
Laura Nicholson scored 10 points to lead Schenck.
Schenck (2-2) 32
Nicholson 5-0-10, Thompson 4-1-9, Lowell 1-0-2, Powers 1-0-2, Decentes 1-0-2, Brown 3-1-7, Michaud
Bangor Christian (2-1) 46
Bragg 5-3-13, Johnson 3-2-9, Holmes 5-0-11, Dillon 2-1-5, Bean 3-0-6, Harvey 1-0-2, Dorman, Roemmich
3-pt. goals: Johnson, Holmes
Schenck                   4    12    21    32
Bangor Christian    15    24    34    46

JV: Schenck 52-23

Fort Fairfield 69, Van Buren 18
At Fort Fairfield, Amanda Hotham scored 15 points to lead Fort Fairfield past Van Buren.
Sydney Churchill scored 12 points for Fort Fairfield.
Ashlie Wilson led the Crusaders with 10 points.
Van Buren (0-4) 18
Bourgoin 1-2-4, Wilson 5-0-10, Dumond, V. Rioux, Duprey, Parent, N. Ouellette, J. Ouellette, C. Rioux
Fort Fairfield (6-0) 69
Pelkey 3-0-6, Shaw 1-0-2, Turner 3-0-6, Blaisdell 2-0-4, York 0-2-2, Wilson 2-0-4, C. Churchill 2-2-6, Tracy 2-2-6, S. Churchill 5-1-12, Beaulieu 3-0-6, Hotham 6-3-15, Morgan, McGillan
3-pt. goals: S. Churchill
Van Buren         2    13    14    18
Fort Fairfield    17    26    49    69

HOCKEY
Waterville 5, Bangor 2

At Colby College, Waterville, Josh Gaudette registered two goals as Waterville defeated Bangor.
Nick Deblois and David Cook each had a goal and an assist for the 3-0 Panthers. Katy Massey also scored a goal. Ryan Cormier made 26 saves on 28 shots.
Ryan King scored twice in the third period for the 2-2 Rams. Jacob Turmel had two assists and Cody McInnis had an assist. Zach Hamilton stopped 17 of 22 shots and Chris Howat turned away all 13 shots he faced.
JV: Bangor 3-2

Brewer 7, Winslow 1
At the Penobscot Ice Arena in Brewer, Tyler White scored two goals to lead Brewer to victory over Winslow.
Nick Risser had a goal and two assists for the 4-0 Witches. Alec Pacheco and Chris Lopez each had a goal and an assist. Kyle Alexander and Jake Valley also scored. Evan Nadeau and Luke Lamond both had two assists and Jacob Chapman recorded an assist. Eric White saved 17 of 18 shots.
Justin Bouchard scored in the first period for 1-2 Winslow. Jesse Little stopped 37 of 44 shots.
JV: Brewer 3-2

WRESTLING
HIGH SCHOOL
At Howland
Penobscot Valley 42, Foxcroft Academy 36

103: Mark Smith (FA) by forfeit; 112: David Sirois (PV) pinned Forrest Law 1:36; 119: Trevor Weymouth (FA) by forfeit; 125: Matt Smith (FA) by forfeit; 130: Zack Lafreniere (PV) by forfeit; 135: Wesley Stinson (FA) pinned Greg Rowley 5:36; 140: Kalob Raymond (PV) by forfeit; 145: Freddy Smith (FA) by forfeit; 152: Nathan Philbrook (PV) pinned Ethan Spelios 5:54; 160: Zac Smith (FA) pinned Nathan Hatch 3:19; 171: Nelson Keyser (PV) by forfeit; 189: double forfeit; 215: Tony Jipson (PV) pinned Caleb Atkinson :59; 285: C.J. Stratton (PV) by forfeit
Penobscot Valley 54, Mattanawcook Academy 0
103: double forfeit; 112: David Sirois (PV) by forfeit; 112-125: double forfeit; 130: Zach Lafreniere (PV) pinned Ben Fernald 2:58; 135: Greg Rowley (PV) pinned Wyatt Tash 1:01; 140: Kalob Raymond (PV) pinned Kris Ferguson 2:58; 145: double forfeit; 152: Nathan Hatch (PV) by forfeit; 160: Nathan Philbrook (PV) pinned Gradie Markie 1:05; 171: Nelson Keyser (PV) pinned Dustin Lowe 1:03; 189: Tony Jipson (PV) by forfeit; 215: double forfeit; 285: C.J. Stratton (PV) by forfeit

At Hermon
Dexter 78, Calvary Chapel 0

103: Tyler Salsbury (D) by forfeit; 112: Brandon Spratt (D) by forfeit; 119: Vincent Malinauskas (D) by forfeit; 125: Andrew Levansalor (D) by forfeit; 130: Bryce Webber (D) by forfeit; 135: Mike Ellis (D) pinned Alex Ashmore1:02; 140: Brent Richardson (D) by forfeit; 145: Devin Fogarty (D) by forfeit; 152: Michael Rostti (D) pinned Keith Roberts 3:56; 160: Lee Gustin (D) by forfeit; 171: Kasee Wilson (D) by forfeit; 189: Doug Richardson (D) pinned Evan Toth 3:03; 215: double-forfeit; 285: Zach Poirier (D) by forfeit
Dexter 66, Hermon 18
103: Tyler Salsbury (D) pinned Alex Petersen 1:58; 112: Brandon Spratt (D) by forfeit; 119: Vincent Malinauskas (D) by forfeit; 125: Andrew Levenselor (D) by forfeit; 130: Bryce Webber (D) pinned Josh Devou :54; 135: Ryan Botting (H) pinned Mike Elis 1:07; 140: Brent Richardson (D) by forfeit; 145: Brandon Burgess (H) pined Devon Fogarty 1:15; 152: Mike Rosetti (D) by forfeit; 160: Lee Gustin (D) pinned Dustin Willey 1:50; 171: Kasee Wilson (D) by forfeit; 189: Doug Richardson (D) pinned Bo Richards 5:49; 215: Matt McGowan (H) by forfeit; 285: Zac Poirier (D) pinned Troy Bennett :26
Dexter 60, Piscataquis 15
103: Tyler Salsbury (D) pinned Tyler Ellis :38; 112: Brandon Spratt (D) by forfeit; 119: Bryan Malo (PCHS) dec. Vincent Malinauskas 5-4; 125: Andrew Levansalor (D) by forfeit; 130: Bryce Webber (D) pinned Kymber Cookson :24; 135: Mike Ellis (D) by forfeit; 140: Troy Violette (PCHS) pinned Brent Richardson 2:57; 145: Devin Fogarty (D) pinned Darius Shaffer :36; 152: Skylar Bailey (PCHS) pinned Mike Rostti 3:07; 160: Lee Gustin (D) by forfeit; 171: Kasee Wilson (D) pinned Terrance Thomas 1:38; 189: Doug Richardson (D) pinned Megan Weeks :25; 215: double-forfeit; 285: Zach Poirier (D) by forfeit
Hermon 39, Piscataquis 18
103: Alex Petersen (H) pinned Tyler Ellis 1:45; 119: Bryan Malo (P) by forfeit; 125: Kelli Griffin (P) by forfeit; 130: Josh Devou (H) dec. Kymber Cookson 8-1; 140: Ryan Botting (H) pinned Troy Violette 2:12; 145: Brandon Burgess (H) pinned Darius Shaffer :13; 160: Skylor Bailey (P) pinned Dustin Willey 3:59; 189: Bo Richards (H) pinned Terrance Thomas :58; 215: Matt McGowan (H) pinned Meagan Weeks :26; 285: Troy Bennett (H) by forfeit
Hermon 48, Calvary Chapel 0
103: Alex Petersen (H) by forfeit; 130: Josh Davou (H) by forfeit; 135: Ryan Botting (H) pinned Alex Ashmore 1:14; 152: Brandon Burgess (H) pinned Keith Roberts 1:43; 160: Dustin Willey by forfeit; 189: Bo Richards (H) pinned Evan Toth 1:50; 215: Matt McGowan (H) by forfeit; 285: Troy Bennett (H) by forfeit

ALL-STARS
COLLEGE
ECAC Div. III Northeast Football All-Stars

Offense, wide receiver: Patrick Noone (Bowdoin); tight end: Sean Wirth (Bates)
Defense, line backer: Travis Fergola (Maine Maritime)
Player of the year: Donald McKillop (QB, Middlebury); rookie of the year: Tom Pongia (LB, Gallaudet)

BOWLING
HIGH SCHOOL
At Central Maine Family Fun Bowling Center, Skowhegan
Lewiston 19, Madison 0
Cony 12, Skowhegan 7
Carrabec 16, Madison JV 0

Individual games 200 or over: T

ravis Allen (Cony) 217, Stephen Babb (Cony) 259, 225

At Family Fun Bowling Center, Bangor
Hermon 9, Hampden Acad. 9
Home School Co-op 11, Bangor 8

Individual games 200 or over, Home School Co-op: Nathan Harzewski 248; Bangor: Logan Hartley 255; Hampden: Jenna Dionne 200

At Newport Entertainment Center
Nokomis 15, Winslow 4
Waterville 15, Lawrence 4
Messalonskee 17, Central 2

Individual games 200 or over, Waterville: Josh Stillwater 203, Dylan Davis 232, 204

YOUTH BASKETBALL
At Bangor Y
ATOMIC LEAGUE
Hammond Lumber 26, Farrell, Rosenblatt and Russell 22

Hammond Lumber top socrers: Ethan Vashel 12, Brandon Adams 12; FR&R: Luke Caruso 16
Varney GMC 30, Canteen Service Co. 22
Varney top scorer: Connor Lee 10; Canteen: Hannah Dorman 8

PEEWEE LEAGUE
Loiselle, Goodwin and Hinds 53, Quirk Auto 38

LG&H top scorers: Kory Winch 19, Matt Correale 15; Quirk: Jesse Ruest 16
Dunkin Donuts 25, McDonald’s 24
Dunkin Donuts top scorer: Jack McCloskey 11; McDonald’s: Brandon Glidden 8

MIDDLE SCHOOL LEAGUE
Bate Law 60, University Inn 38

Bate Law top scorer: Jacob Bowen 19; University Inn: Ryan Mills 19
Merrill Bank 52, Dahl Chase 40
Merrill Bank top scorers: Cody Lyons 22, Austin Cyr 18; Dahl Chase: Chris Duplisea 18, Brandon Pelletier 10

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