Dec. 21 scores and highlights

Posted Dec. 21, 2009, at 10:08 p.m.
Last modified Oct. 19, 2010, at 11:16 a.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
BOYS BASKETBALL
Monday’s Results

Boothbay 81, Georges Valley 66
Bucksport 43, George Stevens 42
Calais 65, Narraguagus 25
Central Aroostook 65, Ashland 45
Dirigo 83, Telstar Regional 36
Fort Fairfield 67, Easton 47
Foxcroft Academy 68, Orono 64
Hall-Dale 52, Monmouth 43
Houlton 45, Fort Kent 35
Jay 69, Madison 47
Jonesport-Beals 104, East Grand 63
Mount Abram 64, Carrabec 63
Mount View 68, Lincoln Acad. 56
Mountain Valley 59, Livermore Falls 39
Old Town 53, Mattanawcook 46
Piscataquis 29, Central 28
St. Dominic 57, Winthrop 42
Schenck 59, Penobscot Valley 40
Searsport 65, Bangor Christian 48
Shead 52, Machias 32
Stearns 62, Penquis 46
Washburn 62, Hodgdon 57
Washington Acad. 82, Sumner 36
Wiscasset 60, Lisbon 39

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Monday’s Results

Fort Kent 82, Van Buren 25
Jonesport-Beals 62, East Grand 13
Madawaska 56, Limestone/MSSM 36

COLLEGE
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Monday’s Results

Duke 75, Maine 34

HIGH SCHOOL
BOYS BASKETBALL
Houlton 45, Fort Kent 35

At Fort Kent, Jordan Bragan scored 13 points to help lift Houlton over Fort Kent.
Micah Goetsch added 10 points for the Shiretowners.
Curtis Bouchard scored 14 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter for Fort Kent.
Houlton (1-3) 45
Bragan 4-4-13, Goetsch 5-0-10, Woodworth 3-0-6, Anderson 1-0-2, Codrey 3-3-9, Hutchison 2-1-5, Cone, Duff, Quint, Flewelling, Dickson
Fort Kent (3-5) 35
Bouchard 8-3-23, Cyr 2-0-4, Charette 0-1-1, Soucy 2-1-5, O’Leary 1-0-2, Rioux, Nadeau, Levesque, Violette, Hafford
3-pt. goals: Bragan; Bouchard 4
Houlton    14    24    33    45
Fort Kent    6    14    20    35
JV: Houlton 48-43

Fort Fairfield 67, Easton 47
At Fort Fairfield, Travis Noyes posted seven of his 11 points in the first quarter when the Tigers outscored the Bears 20-7 en route to their fifth win.
John McNamee paced the winners with 15 points and Dereck Dufour added 14.
Reid Clark scored 18 points to lead the Bears.
Easton (4-3) 47
Fuller 1-1-3, Hafford 2-0-4, Jo. Bacon 2-0-4, Ja. Bacon 0-1-1, Tompkins 1-1-3, White 3-0-6, clark 8-2-18, Budreau 3-2-8, Z. Clark, Turner, Condon
Fort Fairfield (5-1) 67
Williams 3-0-7, Girvan 1-0-2, Booth 2-1-7, Dufour 4-6-14, Noyes 4-3-11, Michaud 1-0-2, Churchill 4-1-9, McNamee 7-1-15, A. Bixler, Emerson, B. Bixler, Zhang, Clark
3-pt. goals: Williams, Booth
Easton     7    22    29    47   
Fort Fairfield     20    40    57    67   
JV: Easton 49-37

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Cen. Aroostook 65, Ashland 45
At Mars Hill, Mike McClung paced a balanced scoring effort by Central Aroostook of Mars Hill with 12 points.
Dan Brewer had 11 points and Garrett Stiles added 10 for the unbeaten Panthers.
Kenny Tarr scored 24 points to lead the Hornets. Jordan Beaulieu had 10.
Ashland (3-3) 45
Tarr 8-6-24, Chasse, Levesque 1-1-3, Willey, Ward 1-0-2, Hafford 3-0-6, Beaulieu 4-2-10
Cen. Aroostook (5-0) 65
McClung 5-2-12, D. Brewer 5-1-11, Stiles 5-0-10, R. Grass 1-0-2, Folsom 3-0-6, McLaughlin 2-0-4, K. Brewer 1-0-2, Rusby 1-0-2, Kelley 4-0-8, C. Grass, York 4-0-8
3-pt. goals: Tarr 2
Ashland     3    16    28    45   
CAHS     19    35    52    65   
JV: Cen. Aroostook 39-29

Bucksport 43, George Stevens 42
At Blue Hill, Tyler French hit both free throws with 12 seconds remaining to give the Golden Bucks their first win and the George Stevens Academy Eagles their first loss.
The Eagles missed a 12-foot baseline jumper and a rebound at the buzzer.
Cody Farrell had 19 points and Brandon Flegel 12 for the Bucks.
Elias Springer scored 17 to lead the Eagles. Tom Crowe had 13 rebounds.
Bucksport (1-4) 43
Farrell 7-1-19, Flegel 5-2-12, Bailey 0-2-2, French 1-4-7, Walker, Nason, Redman, Alvarado, Swazey 1-0-2
George Stevens (4-1)
Springer 6-3-17, Lawson 2-0-5, Crowe 2-2-6, Gale, Bryant 2-3-7, Kane 2-0-5, Doolittle, Dillon 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: Farrell 4, French; Springer 2, Lawson, Kane
Bucksport     2    21    35    43   
GSA     17    24    33    42   
JV: GSA 43-30

Washington Acad. 82, Sumner 36
At East Machias, Noah Von Rotz scored 18 points to lead Washington Academy over Sumner of East Sullivan.
Bryce Colbeth had 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Raiders. Ben Teer added five assists and four steals.
Tommy Bell led Sumner with 20 points.
Sumner (2-5) 36
Bell 6-8-20, Boone 3-0-6, Norton 0-1-1, Ring 2-2-6, Harmon 0-2-2, O’Brien 0-1-1, Smeal, Deniger, Tenney, Malloy
Washington Academy (4-0) 82
Teer 3-0-7, Von Rotz 9-0-18, Stevens 3-0-7, Morren 3-0-6, Colbeth 5-2-12, Richards 1-1-3, Lenfestey 1-2-5, Farren 1-4-6, Maller 4-0-8, Porter 3-0-6, Huffman 2-0-4, Porter, Pineo
3-pt. goals: Teer, Stevens, Lenfestey
Sumner    7    18    26    36
Washington Acad.    26    40    58    82
JV: Washington Acad. 59-49

Stearns 62, Penquis 46
At Milo, Brandon McLaughlin had 16 points to power Stearns of Millinocket past Penquis.
Garen Manzo and Billy Eurich added 14 points apiece for the Minutemen.
Ed Cobb led Penquis with 12 points. Bryan Russell scored 10 points.
Stearns (4-0) 62
MacDonald 2-1-5, Baker 1-0-2, Manzo 6-0-14, Eurich 7-0-14, McLaughlin 6-0-16, Bouchard 4-1-9, McGillicuddy 1-0-2, Herring, Michaud, Whitney, McCleary
Penquis (3-2) 46
Cobb 5-1-12, Russell 5-0-10, Delano 2-10-5, Arefein 4-0-8, Artus 3-2-9, Johnson 1-0-2, Grinnell, Badger, Armstrong, Larrabee, Herbest, Stanley
3-pt. goals: McLaughlin 4, Manzo 2; Cobb, Delano, Artus
Stearns    21    34    54    62
Penquis    12    22    33    46
JV: Stearns 53-50 (2OT)

Piscataquis 29, Central 28
At Corinth, Dylan Izbicki made a free throw with less than a minute left to give Piscataquis of Guilford a 29-28 lead and the Pirates held on to beat the Red Devils.
Piscataquis outscored Central 6-1 in the fourth to score its first win.
Yaal Kand scored 12 points to pace the Pirates.
Cole Haskell had 12 points for Central.
Piscataquis (1-4) 29
Ward 3-0-8, Taylor 1-0-2, Schmiedlehner 2-0-4, Izbicki 0-1-1, Kand 4-1-12, Noble 1-0-2
Central (1-5) 28
Lord 1-0-2, Haskell 5-2-12, Melanson 3-2-8, Kelley 2-0-4, Mitchell 1-0-2, Brownell
3-pt. goals: Kand 3, Ward 2
Piscataquis    9    16    23    29
Central    8    20    27    28
JV: Piscataquis 55-12

Washburn 62, Hodgdon 57
At Hodgdon, Washburn outscored Hodgdon 18-9 in the third quarter to pull away and grab the win.
Mitch Worcester had 20 points to pace the Beavers. Chase Chandler and Jordan McLaughlin scored 14 points apiece.
Chris Williams totaled 16 points for Hodgdon. A.J. Acott sc

ored 12 points and Josh Hudson added 10 points.
Washburn (3-1) 62
Turner 1-1-3, Worcester 5-8-20, Fitzpatrick 3-0-7, Howe 2-0-4, Chandler 6-2-14, McLaughlin 4-3-14, Davis
Hodgdon (2-4) 57
Williams 5-1-16, Hudson 4-1-10, Acott 4-1-12, D. McGillicuddy 4-1-9, Tidd 2-0-4, A. McGillicuddy 2-2-6, Lunn
3-pt. goals: McLaughlin 3, Worcester 2, Fitzpatrick; Williams 3, Acott 3, Hudson
Washburn    15    30    48    62
Hodgdon    11    29    38    57
JV: Hodgdon 60-30

Jones.-Beals 104, East Grand 63
At Danforth, three players scored 16 points and another had 15 points as Jonesport-Beals defeated East Grand.
Sid Look, Justin Alley and Garrett Beal scored 16 points apiece for the Royals. Zach Smith had 15 points.
Seth Cropley scored a game-high 24 points to pace the Vikings. Andrew Gilman scored 21 and Abe Brittian chipped in 16.
Jonesport-Beals (5-0) 104
Lyons 1-0-2, Monroe 2-1-5, Look 6-0-16, J. Alley 7-2-16, A. Beal 3-0-8, G. Beal 7-2-16, Turcotte 4-4-12, Carver 4-0-8, Smith 7-1-15, M. Alley 3-0-6
East Grand (1-4) 63
Gilman 81-21, Morse 1-0-2, Cropley 8-4-24, Ab. Brittian 4-7-16, Cousins 1-0-2, Al. Brittian, Massey, Kenyon, Crocker
3-pt. goals: Look 4, A. Beal 2; Gilman 4, Cropley 4, Ab. Brittian
Jonesport-Beals    24    52    76    104
East Grand    9    24    41    63

Searsport 65, Bangor Christian 48
At Searsport, Rocky Faunce scored 10 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter to power Searsport over Bangor Christian.
Faunce also had 11 rebounds for the Vikings. Evan Kingsbury scored 14 points and Zach Kelley totaled 10 rebounds.
Tyler Alexander led the Patriots with 26 points. Brandon Wilcox scored 15 points.
Bangor Christian (1-3) 48
Schmidt 2-1-5, Alexander 10-2-26, Bran. Wilcox 5-2-15, Swanson 1-0-2, Bragg, Poulin, Brad. Wilcox
Searsport (2-4) 65
Ellis 1-0-3, Kingsbury 5-2-14, J. Seekins 3-3-9, Moody 4-0-9, Kelley 3-0-6, Fraunce 10-4-24, S. Seekins, Bean
3-pt. goals: Alexander 4, Bran. Wilcox 3; Kingsbury 2, Ellis, Moody
Bangor Chr.    17    28    37    48
Searsport    15    30    43    65
JV: Bangor Christian 38-34

Foxcroft Acad. 68, Orono 64
At Orono, Josiah Richard hit nine 3-pointers en route to a game-high 35 points to lead the visiting Ponies to victory.
Ryan Stroud scored 13 points and James Johnson added 12 for the Ponies.
A.J. Coleman and James Marsh each scored 14 for the Red Riots. Brandon LeVasseur and Shane Albert each scored 13 and Tyler Eddy scored 10.
Foxcroft Academy (3-1) 68
Richard 11-4-35, Stroud 5-1-13, Johnson 6-0-12, Champeon 3-0-6, Hutchinson 0-2-2, Harmon, Gourley, Gould, Merrill
Orono (3-4) 64
Coleman 4-4-14, Marsh 6-2-14, LeVasseur 4-4-13, Albert 5-2-13, Eddy 3-2-10. Johnson, Lucy
3-pt. goals: Richard 9, Stroud 2; Coleman 2, LeVasseur, Albert, Eddy 2
Foxcroft      17    38    54    68   
Orono     11    33    47    64   
JV: Foxcroft 58-42

Mount View 68, Lincoln Acad. 56
At Thorndike, Mike Cochrane scored 16 points to help lead the Mount View Mustangs past Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.
Jason Hughes had 14 points and Zach Babin added 11 for the Mustangs.
Ben McClain scored 20 points and Ethan Wajer 10 for the Eagles.
Lincoln Academy (2-3) 56
Mullin 1-0-3, McClain 8-2-20, Leavitt, Martin 3-0-6, Leavitt, Fettis 3-0-6, Wotton 2-1-5, Scherer 1-0-2, Reilly 1-2-4, Wajer 4-2-10, Quinlan
Mount View (5-1) 68
Keller 1-2-4, Alton 3-1-7, Cochrane 6-4-16, Mehuren, Albright, Babin 2-7-11, Rednour 1-0-2, Nealley 1-0-3, Hughes 7-0-14, Blanchard 3-3-11
3-pt. goals: McClain 2, Mullin; Blanchard 2, Nealley
Lincoln Acad.     12    28    36    56   
Mount View    9    29    51    68   

Boothbay 81, Georges Valley 66
At Boothbay Harbor, Georges Valley of Thomaston pulled within eight points with three minutes left in regulation, but Boothbay was 12-for-13 from the free throw line to earn the win.
Dan Dickinson scored 21 points to pace Boothbay. Jake Simmons had 19 points, Anthony DiMauro scored 15 points and Brian Hubbard had 10 points.
Logan Cross scored 27 points to power Georges Valley. Robbie Beverage scored 12 points and Dylan Maloney chipped in 11 points.
Georges Valley (3-4) 66
Grierson 1-1-3, Corss 9-4-27, Wallace 1-2-4, Cowan 2-2-6, Beverage 4-2-12, Coletti 0-1-1, Arsenault 0-2-2, Maloney 3-4-11, Young, Cline
Boothbay (5-1) 81
Cronk 1-0-3, Thayer 1-2-4, Simmons 7-4-19, Dickinson 6-5-21, DiMauro 3-9-15, Hubbard 3-4-10, Alley 2-0-4, Caron 1-1-3, Murphy 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: Cross 5, Beverage 2, Maloney; Dickinson 4, Cronk, Simmons
Georges Valley    11    30    44    66
Boothbay    8    37    57    81

Schenck 59, Penobscot Valley 40
At Howland, Brandon Theriault scored 21 points to lift Schenck of East Millinocket over Penobscot Valley.
Eric Theriault and Jared Waite had 12 points apiece for the Wolverines.
Jacob Jones and Adam Calendar paced the Howlers with 12 points each.
Schenck (5-1) 59
B. Theriault 8-3-21, E. Theriault 4-3-12, Waite 3-6-12, Levasseur 4-0-8, McLaughlin 3-0-6, Thompson, Tanous
Penobscot Valley (3-2) 40
Jones 4-2-12, Calendar 5-2-12, Scopino 1-0-2, Hallett 0-1-1, McCloskey 3-3-9, Speed 2-0-4, Libby, Brazozowski, Thurlow
3-pt. goals: B. Theriault 2, E. Theriault; Jones 2
Schenck    18    30    47    59
Penobscot Valley    11    18    33    40

Calais 65, Narraguagus 25
At Harrington, Matt Cummings and Ryan Cavanaugh scored 12 points apiece to lead Calais to victory over Narraguagus.
Josh Hachey and Cody Robinson each scored six points to pace the Knights.
Calais (5-0) 65
Cummings 4-4-12, Cavanaugh 4-3-12, Gillespie 3-0-6, Carr 3-1-7, Shorey 3-0-6, Jones 1-0-2, Mitchell 2-0-4, Beers 3-2-8, Ramsdell 2-2-8, Pike
Narraguagus (0-4) 25
Hachey 2-2-6, Robinson 2-0-6, Grant 1-0-2, Ramsay 2-0-4, Maillet 2-0-4, Strout 1-1-3, Jordan, Kennedy, Dublin, Endre, Bragg, Johnson, Tenney
3-pt. goals: Ramsdell 2, Cavanaugh; Robinson
Calais    22    34    59    65
Narraguagus    10    11    15    25
JV: Narraguagus 63-60

Shead 52, Machias 32
At Eastport, Dave Medeiros scored 11 of his 15 points in the third quarter to help lead Shead past Machias.
Medeiros added six assists and four steals for the Tigers. Carlos Smith had eight points and seven rebounds.
Phillip Morse scored 10 points for Machias.
Machias (2-4) 32
Prescott 2-2-6, Jenkins 0-1-1, Farrington 1-0-2, Dahl 1-0-3, Morse 4-1-10, Scoville 2-0-4, Richards 1-1-3, Reynolds 1-0-3, Raye, Getchell, Hanson
Shead (3-2) 52
Collins 2-0-4, Medeiros 6-3-15, Barnes 1-0-3, Ricker 2-0-4, Seeley 0-2-2, Demolet 2-2-6, Mitchell 2-1-5, Currier 2-1-5, Smith 4-0-8, Nicholas, Vinson
3-pt. goals: Dahl, Reynolds; Barnes
Machias  

  4    9    19    32
Shead    9    19    34    52
JV: Shead 67-48

Old Town 53, Mattanawcook 46
At Lincoln, Josh Boucher scored 21 points and the Old Town Coyotes shut Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln down with a switch to zone defense in the fourth quarter.
Luke Bartlett was 7-for-7 at the line and scored 13 points. Zak Kochis 11 for the Coyotes.
Wayne Campbell led the MA Lynx with 13 points and Derek Gardner added 11.
Old Town (3-3) 53
Bartlett 3-7-13, Clark, Kochis 4-0-11, Boyington, Boucher 7-5-21, Abbott 1-0-2, Libby, Loring 1-0-2, Merry 2-0-4
Mattanawcook (2-3) 46
Vicaire 2-0-4, Campbell 3-5-13, Gardner 3-5-11, Paradis, Delaite 3-0-6, Hand, Bernier 2-2-6, Stepanec 2-0-4, O’Hara 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: Kochis 3, Boucher 2; Campbell 2
Old Town     8    22    32    53   
Mattanawcook     11    24    37    46   
JV: Old Town 51-50

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Jones.-Beals 62, East Grand 13

At Danforth, Morgan Beal scored 14 points to lead Jonesport-Beals to victory.
Jenny Armstrong paced East Grand with six points.
Jonesport-Beals (1-4) 62
M. Beal 6-0-12, A. Crowley 3-1-7, Merchant 3-1-7, N. Beal 3-0-6, E. Crowley 2-2-6, Alley 3-0-6, Carver 3-0-6, Todd 1-0-2, Jones 1-0-2
East Grand (1-4) 13
Armstrong 1-4-6, Hannington 2-0-4, S. Beaudoin 1-0-2, Farley 01-1, Lindsey, Cousins, K. Beaudoin, Cowger, Gilman
3-pt. goals: M. Beal 2
Jonesport-Beals     20    31    39    62   
East Grand     4    8    11    13   

Fort Kent 82, Van Buren 25
At Van Buren, Taylor Boucher scored 22 points as Fort Kent cruised past Van Buren.
Sam Carapellucci had 13 points for Fort Kent and Andrea Nadeau added 11.
Natasha Bourgoin and Ashlie Wilson each scored eight points to pace Van Buren.
Fort Kent (4-2) 82
Boucher 6-8-22, Daigle 3-0-6, Roy 2-0-4, Nadeau 4-1-11, Morneault 0-4-4, Thibodeau 3-0-7, Jandreau 1-4-6, Bard 3-2-9, Carapellucci 5-3-13, Morris
Van Buren (1-5) 25
Bourgoin 3-2-8, V. Rioux 2-0-6, Wilson 3-2-8, N. Ouellette 1-0-2, Dumond 0-1-1, Duprey, Parent, J. Ouellette, C. Rioux
3-pt. goals: Boucher 2, Nadeau 2, Thibodeau, Bard; V. Rioux 2
Fort Kent    16    42    63    82
Van Buren    10    15    17    25

Madawaska 56, Limestone 36
At Madawaska, Emma Dionne had 24 points and 18 rebounds — both game highs — while leading the host Owls past Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.
For the Owls, Erin Dugal scored 10 points.
Amanda Allen led the Eagles with 10 points.
Limestone/MSSM (1-6) 36
Allen 4-2-10, Gray 0-1-1, St. Pierre 2-0-4, S. Leighton 1-0-2, Good 3-3-9, Kelly 1-0-2, C. Leighton 1-1-3, Cote 2-1-5, Kirk
Madawaska (3-4) 56
Dionne 12-0-24, Dugal 5-0-10, Beaulieu 4-0-8, Cyr 1-0-2, Nadeau 2-2-6, Williams 2-0-4, Parker 0-2-2, Cormier, Dixon, Sirois
3-pt. goals: none
Limestone     9    10    18    36   
Madawaska     16    32    46    56   
JV: Madawaska 38-27

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