January 11, Scores and Highlights

Posted Jan. 11, 2010, at 8:56 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
BOYS BASKETBALL

Boothbay 62, Lisbon 47
Calais 77, Narraguagus 52
Camden Hills 68, Waterville 18
Central Aroostook 73, Easton 45
Deer Isle-Stonington 78, Calvary Chapel 31
Dirigo 61, Carrabec 50
Foxcroft 66, Central 32
Georges Valley 48, Wiscasset 31
Hodgdon 58, Katahdin 57
Lee 78, Houlton 32
Livermore Falls 41, Mt. Abram 24
Madawaska 66, Van Buren 26
Monmouth Acad. 56, Winthrop 27
Mountain Valley 71, Jay 55
Mt. Ararat 55, Lewiston 45
Old Orchard 82, Seacoast Chr. 38
Pine Tree Acad. 39, North Haven 18
Presque Isle 71, Fort Kent 37
Schenck 61, Penobscot Val. 32
So. Aroostook 70, Ashland 58
St. Dominic 55, Hall-Dale 53, OT
Sumner 53, Bangor Christian 52
Washburn 64, GHCA 57
Woodland 47, Machias 42

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Ashland 65, Van Buren 28
Biddeford 40, McAuley 37
Camden Hills 62, Waterville 44
DI-Stonington 42, Calvary Chapel 12
Fort Fairfield 74, Katahdin 34
Hermon 55, Bucksport 45
Lake Region 50, Fryeburg Acad. 36
Livermore Falls 41, Mt. Abram 24
Mt. Ararat 49, Lewiston 27
North Haven 26, Pine Tree Acad. 12
North Yarmouth Acad. 45, Kents Hill 37
Old Orchard 41, Seacoast Chris-tian 25
Richmond 36, Hebron 26
Shead 47, Jonesport-Beals 46 (2OT)
Stearns 49, Penquis 42
Washburn 59, GHCA 26
Washington Academy 51, Ellsworth 45
Woodland 70, Narraguagus 30

HOCKEY
Brewer 10, Presque Isle 5

COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL

Vermont Tech 83, UM-Machias 69

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Bowdoin 74, William Smith 58

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BOYS BASKETBALL
Presque Isle 71, Fort Kent 37

At Presque Isle, Travis Dyer had 15 points, four steals and five assists to lead Presque Isle past Fort Kent.
Dillon Kingsbury added 10 points for the Wildcats.
Jared Soucy had 13 points for Fort Kent.
Fort Kent (4-8) 37
Soucy 4-2-13, Cyr, Rioux 1-2-5, Nadeau 0-2-2, Bouchard 2-3-8, Violette 0-1-1, Hafford, O’Leary 4-0-8
Presque Isle (10-1) 71
Dyer 4-6-15, Kingsbury 4-2-10, Escobar 1-0-2, York 3-0-6, Ackerson 2-3-7, Tuttle 2-0-4, Bernier 2-0-4, Legassie 1-1-3, Gibson, Zubrick 2-0-4, Brooks 1-0-2, Eaton 2-1-5, Braley 3-3-9
3-pt. goals: Soucy 3, Rioux, Bouchard; Dyer
Fort Kent         5    22    29    37
Presque Isle    16    34    60    71

JV: Presque Isle 65-29

Madawaska 66, Van Buren 26
At Van Buren, Michael Cannan scored 27 points in leading Madawaska past Van Buren.
D.J. Gendreau added 20 points for the Owls.
Derrick Rossignol paced the Crusaders with 10 points.
Madawaska (6-3) 66
Cannan 12-0-27, Gendreau 9-2-20, Cyr 3-2-8, Whitmore 1-0-2, Derosier, Lee, D. Pelletier, Sirois, Deschaine, T. Pelletier
Van Buren (1-8) 26
Rossignol 5-0-10, Lapointe 1-0-2, Laplante 1-0-2, Allen 1-0-3, Lapierre 2-0-4, Banks 2-0-4, Lajoie 0-1-1, Chambers, Edgecomb, Theriault
3-pt. goals: Cannan 3; Allen
Madawaska    17    32    53    66
Van Buren        0    10    21    26

Lee 78, Houlton 32
At Lee, Ben Guido scored 16 points as Lee Academy defeated Houlton.
Youssou Ndoye had 13 points and five blocked shots for the Pandas. A.J. Harris added 12 points and five assists.
Micah Goetsch led the Shiretowners with seven points.
Houlton (1-9) 32
Goetsch 2-3-7, Cone 1-1-3, Duff 2-0-6, Anderson 2-0-4, Flewelling 2-0-4, Hanning 1-0-2, Codrey 2-0-4, Dickinson 1-0-2, Hutchinson, Quint, Woodworth
Lee Academy (8-2) 78
Guido 6-2-16, Ndoye 6-1-13, Harris 4-3-12, James 2-0-5, Esho 2-4-8, Thurlow 1-1-3, Chung 2-0-4, Cropley 0-1-1, Beers 2-3-8, Allen 2-0-4, Doane 2-0-4
3-pt. goals: Duff 2; Guido 2, Harris, James, Beers
Houlton    7    14    19    32
Lee          32    53    65    78

JV: Houlton 47-44

So. Aroostook 70, Ashland 58
At Dyer Brook, Cody Robinson scored 27 points and Dakota Sleeper added 18 to lead the Warriors to their eighth win.
Kenneth Tarr tallied 26 points and Lucas Hafford contributed 25 for the Hornets.
Ashland (5-6) 58
Tarr 11-2-26, Hafford 9-7-25, Beaulier 2-0-4, Condon 1-0-3, Levesque, Holmes
So. Aroostook (8-2) 70
Tarr 1-2-4, Goodall 2-1-5, Diaferio 1-0-2, Sleeper 7-1-18, Small 4-0-8, Casey 2-0-6, Robinson 11-2-27, Boulier
3-pt. goals: K. Tarr 2, Condon; Sleeper 3, Casey 2, Robinson 3
Ashland              14    27    58    58   
So. Aroostook     23    41    60    79   

JV: So. Aroostook 53-47

DI-Stonington 78, Calvary Ch. 31
At Deer Isle, Sam Grindle had 16 points and Dustin Powers 14 as the Mariners beat Calvary Chapel of Orrington.
Dylan Brown netted 13 points and Joe Carter seven to go with 10 rebounds for Deer Isle-Stonington.
Clay Lawrence paced Calvary Chapel with 12.
Calvary Chapel (2-8) 31
Lawrence 3-6-12, Downs 4-1-9, Connell 2-1-5, Warman 2-1-5, Groczok, Miller, C. Dorrity, Z. Dorrity, Goodness
Deer Isle-Stonington (5-4) 78
Grindle 5-4-16, Powers 6-2-14, Brown 6-1-13, Morey 3-1-9, Carter 3-0-7, Melanio 2-3-7, Cormier 2-2-7, Ciomei
3-pt. goals: Grindle 2, Morey 2, Carter, Cormier
Calvary Chapel    7    12    20    31
DI-Stonington    20    44    60    78

Washburn 64, GHCA 57
At University of Maine at Presque Isle, Mitch Worcester scored 16 points as Washburn defeated Greater Houlton Christian Academy.
Conner Fitzpatrick and Jordan McLaughlin each added 13 points for the winners.
Zach Straubel led the Eagles with 18 points and Chad Duff had 14.
Washburn (6-3) 64
Turner 3-2-8, Worcester 5-4-16, Fitzpatrick 4-5-13, Howe 3-0-6, Chandler 3-0-6, McLaughlin 3-5-13, Theriault 1-0-2, Bragg, Davis
GHCA (8-2) 57
Duff 6-2-14, Campbell 1-2-4, Wiley 3-0-9, Gray 2-1-5, Holmes 2-1-5, Straubel 4-10-18, Bowers 1-0-2, Little
3-pt. goals: Worcester 2, McLaughlin 2; Wiley 3
Washburn    14    28    42    64
GHCA           10    20    34    57

Woodland 47, Machias 42
At Machias, Cory Rolfe’s 15 points and Keith Curtis’ 13 guided Woodland  past Machias.
Ty Richards’ game-high 19 points paced Machias.
Woodland (3-6) 47
Rolfe 4-7-15, Curtis 3-6-13, Hoops 1-2-4, Denley 2-2-7, Lincoln, Perry 3-1-7, Ireland, Hanley 0-1-1
Machias (4-6) 42
Prescott 1-0-2, Little 0-2-2, Jenkins 3-0-6, Dahl 1-0-3, Getchell 1-3-5, Moss, Scoville 2-0-5, Richards 9-1-19
3-pt. goals: Denley; Dahl, Scoville
Woodland     9    24    34    47
Machias     10    20    30    42

Sumner 53, Bangor Christian 52
At Eastern Maine Community College in Bangor, Brett Deniger scored a game-high 22 points and Sumner built a 20-point lead before withstanding a furious fourth-quarter rally by Bangor Christian.
Gabe O’Brien and Josh Ring combined for 17 Sumner points.
Tyler Alexander’s 16 points, Seth Dorman’s 13 and Ben Bragg’s 11 points paced Bangor Christian.
Sumner (6-6) 53
Deniger 9-1-22, O’Brien 4-1-9, Ring 4-0-8, Johnson 3-0-6, Smeal 2-0-4, Tenney 1-0-2, Dyer 1-0-2, Norton, Boone
Bangor Christian (1-9) 52
Alexander 6-2-16, Dorman 5-2-13, Bragg 4-0-11, Bran. Wilcox 2-2-6, Brad Wilcox 3-0-6, Schmidt
3-pt. goals: Deniger 3; Bragg 3, Alexander 2, Dorman
Sumner             14    31    46    53
Ban. Christian     5    15    33    52

JV: Sumner 61-22

Foxcroft 66, Central 32
At Corinth, Josiah Richard scored 17 points and Ryan Stroud netted 15 to carry the Ponies by the Red Devils.
James Johnson added 10 points for the winners.
Matthew Melanson scored 11 points to lead Central.
Foxcroft Acad. (8-1) 66
Richard 5-4-17, Stroud 4-5-15, Merrill, Gould 1-1-3, Gourley 2-2-6, Harmon 1-2-4, Hutchinson 1-0-2, Champeon, Davis 1-0-3, Coiley, Johnson 5-0-10, Clark, Ericson 3-0-6
Central (1-9) 32
Lord 2-0-4, Buzzell, Paul, Haskell 2-2-6, Melanson 5-1-11, Kelley 2-1-5, Brownell 2-0-4, Mitchell 1-0-2, Lumdeen, Bubar
3-pt. goals: Richard 3,

Stroud 2, Davis
Foxcroft     10    29    46    66   
Central     4    7    23    32   

JV: Foxcroft 67-12

CAHS 73, Easton 45
At Easton, Caleb Kelly tossed in 19 points to lead Central Aroostook of Mars Hill to the win.
Mitchell Folsom added 11 points for the Panthers.
Holden Turner’s nine points led Easton.
Central Aroostook (10-1) 73
Folsom 4-2-11, Kelly 8-2-19, Brewer 1-4-6, McLaughlin 3-0-7, Rusby 1-0-2, Stiles 4-1-9, Grass 0-1-1, York 2-4-9, McClung 4-0-8
Easton (4-8) 45
Turner 4-1-9, Z. Clark, Gray, Fuller 2-1-6, Hafford 1-0-2, Jo. Bacon 2-3-7, Ja. Bacon 2-1-5, Petrin, Tompkins 2-2-6, White, R. Clark 2-2-6, Budreau 2-0-4, Condon
3-pt. goals: Folsom, Kelly, McLaughlin, York; Fuller
Cen. Aroostook    17    39    53    73
Easton                   7    19    28    45

JV: Easton 60-36

Schenck 61, Penobscot Val. 32
At East Millinocket, Eric Theriault scored 18 points as Schenck topped Penobscot Valley of Howland.
Cody Levasseur and Zach McLaughlin each had 10 points for the Wolverines. Brandon Theriault had nine points and seven assists.
Jacob Jones paced the Howlers with nine points.
Penobscot Valley (6-4) 32
Scopino 3-0-6, Libby 0-1-1, Hallett 1-0-2, Jones 4-0-9, Callender 2-1-5, McClouskey 3-0-8, Speed 0-1-1, Wood, Millett, Jipson, Thurlow
Schenck (9-1) 61
D. Tanous 0-2-2, Levasseur 5-0-10, Dickey 1-0-2, E. Theriault 7-0-18, McLaughlin 5-0-10, B. Theriault 4-0-9, Waite 2-0-4, McCafferty 2-0-4, T. Tanous 0-2-2, Thompson, Cram, Vienneau, Lyons
3-pt. goals: Jones; E. Theirault 4, B. Theriault
Penobscot Val.    8    18    25    32
Schenck             14    32    44    61

JV: Schenck 61-29

Camden Hills 68, Waterville 18
At Rockport, Tyler McFarland totaled 21 points and 10 rebounds in leading Camden Hills to victory over Waterville.
Keegan Pieri had 16 points and four assists for the Windjammers. Joel Gabriel scored 10 points.
Cam Mitchell had four points to lead Waterville.
Waterville (2-8) 18
Gormley 1-1-3, Mitchell 1-2-4, Acero 1-0-2, Braley 1-0-2, Lee 1-1-3, Brown 1-0-3, Bailey 1-0-2, Lynch, Hunter, Veilleux
Camden Hills (11-0) 68
Gabriel 3-2-10, Landwehr 1-0-2, Wincklhofer 1-0-2, White 0-3-3, Vlautin 2-3-8, Scott 2-0-4, Wilson 1-0-2, Pieri 4-6-16, McFarland 9-3-21, Carlsen, We-ferling
3-pt. goals: Pieri 2, Gabriel 2, Vlautin
Waterville          3    7    13    18
Camden Hills    25    40    49    68

JV: Camden Hills 57-37

Hodgdon 58, Katahdin 57
At Hodgdon, Chris Williams scored 14 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter to help Hodgdon fend off Katahdin of Stacyville.
Josh Hudson, Dan McGillicuddy and Andrew McGillicuddy scored 10 points apiece for Hodgdon. The Hawks never trailed in the game.
Brandon Robinson paced the Cougars with 24 points. Brady Curtis scored 16 points.
Katahdin (4-5) 57
Curtis 5-2-16, Craig 2-0-4, Livezey 1-0-3, Gallagher 3-1-7, Robison 7-9-24, Bivinghouse 1-1-3, Birmingham
Hodgdon (5-6) 58
Williams 8-9-26, Hudson 5-0-10, D. McGillicuddy 3-4-10, Tidd 1-0-2, A. McGillicuddy 5-0-10, Lunn
3-pt. goals: Curtis 4, Livezey, Robinson; Williams
Katahdin    8    16    28    57
Hodgdon    9    24    33    58

JV: Hodgdon 63-41

Calais 77, Narraguagus 52
At Calais, Jeremy Carr led four players in double figures with 19 points as Calais prevailed.
Cam Shorey put in 17 points and Josh Gillespie 16 for the Blue Devils while Dylan Ramsdell added 10 more.
Stephen Strout had 15 points for Narraguagus of Harrington.
Narraguagus (1-7) 52
Strout 6-2-15, Mallett 4-1-9, Robinson 2-0-5, Ramsey 1-0-2, Johnson 2-0-4, Dublin 2-0-5, Grant 1-0-2, Andre 1-0-2, Tinney 1-2-5
Calais (9-1) 77
Gillespie 6-4-16, Carr 8-3-19, Shorey 7-2-17, Mitchell 2-0-5, Beers 1-1-3, Cavanaugh 3-0-6, Ramsdell 4-0-10, Cummings, Jones, Searway
3-pt. goals: Strout, Robinson, Dublin, Tinney; Shorey, Mitchell, Ramsdell 2
Narraguagus    13    24    38    52
Calais               22    44    67    77

JV: Calais 60-49

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GIRLS BASKETBALL
Fort Fairfield 74, Katahdin 34

At Fort Fairfield, Brooke Beaulieu and Amanda Hotham each scored 15 points to lead Fort Fairfield past Katahdin of Stacyville.
Courtney Churchill added 13 points for the Tigers.
Olivia McNally and Brittany Fogarty had eight points apiece for the Cougars.
Katahdin (4-6) 34
O. McNally 2-3-8, Rush 2-0-4, Merry 1-0-2, Fogarty 2-4-8, Smallwood 3-0-7, B. McNally 1-0-2, Patterson 1-1-3, Duffy, Cyr
Fort Fairfield (9-0) 74
Beaulieu 7-1-15, Hotham 7-1-15, C. Churchill 6-1-13, Pelkey 0-1-1, Turner 4-0-9, Blaisdell 0-2-2, York 1-0-2, Wilson 1-0-2, Tracy 4-0-9, S. Churchill 3-0-6, Shaw, Morgan
3-pt. goals: O. McNally, Smallwood; Turner
Katahdin            4    9    19    34
Fort Fairfield    21    37    58    74

DI-S 42, Calvary Chapel 12
At Deer Isle, Erika Hutchins scored nine points as Deer Isle-Stonington defeated Calvary Chapel of Orrington.
Emily Mills scored all 12 of Calvary Chapel’s points.
Calvary Chapel (5-6) 12
Mills 6-0-12, Gulesian, Warman, Richards, Violette, Coleman
Deer Isle-Stonington (7-2) 42
E. Hutchins 4-0-9, He. Brewer 3-0-6, Jones 3-1-7, Ciomei 3-0-7, Grindle 1-0-2, Brown 1-0-2, Ha. Brewer 1-0-2, J. Hutchins 1-0-2, Brown, Boutilier
3-pt. goals: E. Hutchins, Ciomei
Calvary Chapel      4      8    10    12
DI-Stonington    16    22    37    43

Ashland 65, Van Buren 28
At Ashland, Adrianna Paradis scored eight of her 16 points in the second quarter when Ashland over-came a three-point deficit and outscored Van Buren 17-2 en route to the victory.
Paradis also had eight rebounds and five steals.
Brooke LaBelle chipped in with 14 points for the winners and Whitney Donovan added 12 points and eight rebounds. Jessica Jimmo added 12 points and 11 rebounds and Taylor Baker grabbed 13 rebounds and had five steals.
Ashlie Wilson paced Van Buren with 13 points.
Van Buren (1-9) 28
Wilson 6-1-13, Parent 2-0-6, J. Ouellette 2-0-5, Dumond 1-0-2, C. Rioux, N. Ouellette, Duprey, V. Rioux
Ashland (6-5) 65
Paradis 6-1-16, LaBelle 6-1-14, Donovan 4-3-12, Jimmo 5-0-12, Baker 2-3-7, Graham 1-0-2, Cote 1-0-2, Hammond, Craig, Pelkey, Casey
3-pt. goals: Parent 2, J

. Ouellette; Paradis 3, LaBelle, Donovan, Jimmo 2
Van Buren     18    20    25    28   
Ashland         15    32    49    65   

Shead 47, Jonesport-Beals 46
At Eastport, Farrah Ashley sank a free throw with 40 seconds left in the second overtime and Jonesport-Beals couldn’t get a shot off as Shead took the win.
Vanessa Patterson led the Tigerettes with 14 points while Kirby McPhail added 10 more.
Meagan Alley had 13 points while Morgan Merchant scored 11 for the Royalettes.
Jonesport-Beals (2-7) 46
Alley 5-3-13, Merchant 5-1-11, L. Beal 2-3-7, Crowley 2-3-7, M. Beal 1-0-2, B. Beal 0-2-2, Maclean 1-2-4
Shead (5-2) 47
V. Patterson 5-4-14, McPhail 4-2-10, Cushing 0-2-2, Ashley 0-1-1, Dewitt 1-2-4, Hoche 1-2-4, Seavey 1-0-2, Harris 2-3-7, M. Patterson 0-1-1
3-pt. goals: none
Jonesport-Beals    5    19    29    36    42    46
Shead                 10    18    24    36    42    47

Washburn 59, GHCA 26
At University of Maine at Presque Isle, Rebecca Campbell had 22 points as Washburn beat Greater Houlton Christian Academy.
Rayah Saucier had 15 points for the Beavers and Meghan Saucier added 11 points.
Mariah Wiley paced the Eagles with 15 points.
Washburn (5-4) 59
Chandler 2-0-4, Cochran 1-0-2, Campbell 7-6-22, M. Saucier 4-3-11, Sjoberg 1-1-3, Hernandez 1-0-2, R. Saucier 5-5-15, Dee, Sperrey, Spooner, Doody, Fitzpatrick
GHCA (4-5) 26
E. Little 4-0-9, Wiley 5-4-15, McGuire 1-0-2, Robertson, Smart, Lee, S. Michaud, Duff, A. Little, Bishop, A. Michaud, Barnes
3-pt. goals: Campbell 2; E. little, Wiley
Washburn    20    33    50    59
GHCA             4      4    19    26

Stearns 49, Penquis 42
At Milo, Kirsten Marter had 18 points as Stearns of Millinocket held off Penquis.
Becca Leavitt added 13 points for the Minutemen.
Kristen Chapman scored a game-high 22 points to lead the Patriots.
Stearns (6-3) 49
Deabay 1-0-2, Osborne 1-1-3, Johnson 0-3-3, Pelkey 3-1-7, Marter 7-2-18, Leavitt 5-1-13, Beaulieu 1-1-3, Rollins
Penquis (4-6) 42
Chapman 10-2-22, Fowles 1-0-2, Larson 4-0-8, Zambrano 3-0-6, C. Bess 2-0-4, Conklin, Weston, H. Bess
3-pt. goals: Marter 2, Leavitt 2
Stearns    9    24    37    49
Penquis    12    20    28    42

JV: Stearns 41-26

Hermon 55, Bucksport 45
At Hermon, Ashley Thayer’s three 3-pointers in the second quarter enabled the Hawks to erase a 10-point first-period deficit and take a 29-26 halftime lead before they pulled away in the second half.
Dani Ross had 12 points and four steals for the winners. Thayer finished with 10 and Victoria Daven-port contributed nine points and eight rebounds. Kayla Snow had eight points, six rebounds and three assists.
Sadie Wight’s 14 points, Shelby Redman’s 12 and Mindy Pye’s nine points paced Bucksport.  
Bucksport (1-11) 45
Wight 4-2-14, Traske 1-0-2, Pye 4-1-9, Daigle 0-1-1, Blair 3-1-7, Redman 5-2-12, Churchill, Gauvin, Greenlaw
Hermon (7-3) 55
Ross 5-2-12, Hamlin 1-0-2, Kelley 3-0-6, King 1-0-2, Thayer 3-1-10, Snow 3-2-8, Nickerson 3-0-6, Davenport 4-1-9, Treadwell
3-pt. goals: Wight 4; Thayer 3,
Bucksport     17    26    32    45
Hermon          7    29    41    55

Hampden 47, Brewer 41
At Hampden Saturday, junior Katelyn DeRaps led all scorers with 19 points as Hampden Academy de-feated Brewer.
Ashley Danforth and Courtney Doyon added eight points apiece for the Broncos.
Holly Nickerson paced Brewer with 15 points.
Brewer (3-7) 41
H. Nickerson 4-5-15, Hutchins 1-1-3, Grindle, Adams 3-0-7, Thompson, Houp 1-0-2, Small 2-3-7, Thomas 1-2-4, Smith 1-1-3
Hampden (6-4) 47
DeRaps 7-2-19, Stephenson 1-1-3, Sherburne 1-0-3, Danforth 2-3-8, Moore 1-2-4, Lamberton, Parsons, Doyon 2-4-8, Robson 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: H. Nickerson 2, Adams; DeRaps 3, Danforth
Brewer          8    16    30    41
Hampden    13    20    33    47

JV: Hampden 45-38

Woodland 70, Narraguagus 30
At Harrington, Taylor Cochran scored 16 points as Woodland topped Narraguagus.
Ashley Laking had 12 points for the Dragons. Ariel Knights and Kelsey Burtt added 10 points apiece.
Andrea Perry scored 12 points to pace the Knights.
Woodland (10-1) 70
Laking 4-4-12, Boomer 2-1-5, Knights 3-3-10, Burtt 5-0-10, Warden 3-0-6, Cochran 8-0-16, Hamilton 2-1-5, White 1-2-4, Roderick 0-2-2, Lozier, Bassett
Narraguagus (5-4) 30
Beal 3-0-6, Ramsay 1-0-2, Foss 1-2-4, Albee 2-0-4, Potts 1-0-2, Perry 6-0-12, Dorr, Burke, Taylor, Carver, Collora, Eckert, Hatt, Dow
3-pt. goals: Knights
Woodland    20    35    52    70
Narraguagus    10    14    24    30

WA Raiders 51, Ellsworth 45
At Ellsworth, Taylor Seeley scored 17 points as Washington Academy of East Machias defeated Ellsworth.
Andi Flannery added 12 points for the Raiders.
Sarah Stanley led Ellsworth with nine points.
Washington Academy (8-3) 51
Seeley 7-3-17, Nicely 2-0-5, Flannery 2-8-12, Smith 2-1-6, Wright 2-0-4, Hodgdon 2-0-4, Lehman 1-1-3, Jones, Bridges, Stanley
Ellsworth (1-10) 45
Cooper 0-2-2, Wadman, Domagala 0-2-2, Stanley 3-3-9, Martin 2-2-7, Johnson 2-1-6, Jackson 2-1-6, Clements 1-3-5, Stubbs 1-1-3, Chase, McGuire, Jipson
3-pt. goals: Nicely, Smith; Wadman, Martin, Johnson, Jackson
WA Raiders    13    30    44    51
Ellsworth         3    21    29    45

JV: Washington Acad. 57-37

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SKIING
HIGH SCHOOL
At Bethel
Freestyle 5K
Boys

1. Gould (Clarke, Nesbit, Cowan) 45:35, 2. Yarmouth (Woodworth, Hall, Jacobs) 47:48, 3. Maranacook (DeAngelis, Longfellow, Greeley) 47:54, 4. Leavitt (Rabon, Chase) Drouin) 48:07, 5. Mt. Blue (Cullenberg, Brooks, Hines) 49:15, 6. Freeport (Ross, Loughlin, Jennings) 49:44, 7. Oxford Hills (St. John, Read, Eusden) 49:53, 8. Greely (Humphries, Regan, Mitiguy) 49:56, 9. Fryeburg (Eastman, Kurnick, Eastman) 4957, 10. Falmouth (Dagostino, Goldstein, Bloch) 51:51, 11. Cape Elizabeth (Yokabaskas, Barton, Yokabaskas) 52:00, 12. North Yarmouth Academy (Susia, Whiting, Regan) 52:52, 13. Mount Abram (Carlton, Littlefield, Rosenberg) 54:07, 14. Hampden (Burke, Hoch, E. Piccirillo) 54:19, 15. Mountain Valley (Zurhorst, Woods, Theriault) 54:57, 16. Leavitt (Wiegman, Lemelin, Adams) 56:00, 17. Falmouth

(Tarte, Lesser, Follo) 56:10, 18. Winthrop (Souza, Nichols, Arbour) 56:30, 19. Telstar (Mahar, Kellner, Lewis) 56:34, 20, Waynflete (Niles, M. Sobel, Espy) 57:21, 21. Maranacook (Blouin, Vincent, Thompson) 57:41, 22. Portland (Woods, Cushman, Weber) 57:44, 23. Orono (Rose, Renedo, Lesser) 57:51, 24. Falmouth (McGrory, Weigel, Hemphill), 58:05, 25. Freeport (Wade, Anthony, Egan) 58:05, 26. Mount Ararat (Spies, Parsons, Demosthenes) 58:19, 27. Oxford Hills (Todd, Newcomb, Costanzi) 58:32, 28. Mt. Blue (Jones, Veayo, Wilkins) 58:50, 29. Yarmouth (Sullivan, Grout, Jones) 58:59, 30. Maranacook (Watson, Wenzel, Down) 59:04
Girls
1. Mt. Blue (Aseltine, Ramsey, Allen) 56:23, 2. Gould (Southam, Siegel, Hotopp) 57:14, 3. Cape Elizabeth (Atwood, Dunfey, Weatherbie) 58:20, 4. Yarmouth (Bell, Totta, Crawford) 59:08, 5. Mount Ararat (Tilberg, Spies, Wood) 1:00:57, 6. Maranacook (Mace, Huntington, Adams) 1:01:35, 7. Oxford Hills (St. John, Turner, Dunn) 1:01:45, 8. Falmouth (Bloch, Hemphill, Abramson) 1:02:32, 9. Fryeburg (Kurnick, Plowden, Dindorf) 1:02:39, 10. Leavitt (Fereshetian, Wiegman, Knowlton) 1:03:01, 11. Merriconeag (Z. Chace, E. Chace, Wu) 1:03:08, 12. Mount Abram (Chenard, Thomas, James) 1:03:15, 13. Camden Hills (Burgess, Mathews, Pierce) 1:04.22, 14. Edward Little (Dufresne, Morgense, Tate) 1:04:26, 15. Freeport (Merrill, Berkemey, Martin) 1:06:18, 16. Winthrop (Blanchard, Burnett, Lindsey) 1:07:17, 17. Portland (Lambert, Peabody, Popenoe) 1:09:13, 18. Mt. Blue (Roberts, Fissette, Luick) 1:11:15, 19. Yarmouth (Conrad, Elvidge, Prescott) 1:11:30, 20. Cape Elizabeth (Governali, Page, McIntyre) 1:13:14, 21. Gould (M. Wiser, Goldberg, Runyon) 1:13:31, 22. (Bennett, Barton, Bennett) 1:13:31, 23. Waynflete (Rowse, Niles, Longcope) 1:13:40, 24. Greely (Thomas, Parolin, Oullette) 1:14:36, 25. Oxford Hills (Lee, Thomas, Strout) 1:14:42

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Bowdoin 74, William Smith 58

At Geneva, N.Y., the fourth-ranked Polar Bears used an 18-4 run in the first half to take control against the Herons.
Katie Bergeron and Ellery Gould scored 13 points each for Bowdoin, Caitlyn Hynes and Leah Rubega added 12 each and Amy Hackett posted 10.
Colleen Lukas paced the Herons with 14 points.
Bowdoin (11-1) 74
Hynes 4-4-12, Rubega 6-0-12, Donahoe 1-2-4, Hackett 5-0-10, Bergeron 4-2-13, Coombes 1-0-3, Cote 1-0-2, Gould 5-1-13, Sones, Barry, Sweeney 2-0-5, Whitley
William Smith (4-7) 58
Kush 6-0-12, Barber 3-2-8, Danahy 5-0-10, Lukas 5-3-14, Hooper, O’Brien, Napier 1-0-2, Tracy 0-2-2, Stevens 2-0-4, Salvatore 1-3-6
3-pt. goals: Bergeron 3, Gould 2, Coombes, Sweeney; Lukas, Salvatore
Halftime: Bowdoin 40-24

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PLAYER OF THE WEEK
COLLEGE
Little East

Anthony Stanton (Southern Maine freshman), men’s track and field rookie, was second in the high jump (6-8) at the Dartmouth Relays.
John Vallo (Southern Maine sophomore), men’s track player, finished third in 5,000 meters at Dartmouth Relays, was timed in 15 minutes, 54.57 seconds.
Allison Chamberlain (Keene State junior), women’s track player, Scarborough native earned an NCAA Provisional qualifying time in 800 meters at Dartmouth Relays, running 2:14.63.
Hillary Hall (Southern Maine junior), women’s track and field athlete, cleared 5-2.75 in the high jump to finish fifth at the Dartmouth Relays.
Christina Massey (Southern Maine freshman), women’s track rookie, was second among nine competitors in the pentathlon at the MIT Pentathlon, compiling 2,892 points.
Kaylie DeMillo (Southern Maine junior), women’s basketball and Maine Women’s Basketball Coaches Association co-player, averaged 20 points and 4.3 rebounds as Southern Maine won three games last week.
Curran Leighton (Southern Maine rookie), women’s basketball rookie and Maine Women’s Basketball Coaches Association rookie, averaged 20 points and 13 rebounds in helping lead the Huskies to two wins.

NESCAC
Allie Beaulieu
(Bates freshman), women’s basketball rookie, averaged a team-high 17 points per game while shooting .563 from the field in a 2-2 week for Bates.

NAC
Caitlyn Laflin
(UMF senior), women’s basketball and Maine Women’s Basketball Coaches Association co-player, averaged 29 points and nine re-bounds while moving into third place on UMF’s all-time scoring list with 1,319 points.
Marc Zaharchuk (Husson freshman), men’s basketball rookie, tallied 15 points in a win against Southern Maine while grabbing 13 rebounds in a game against Colby College.

MMBCWA
Adam Choice
(Colby senior), men’s basketball player, averaged 23.5 points and 6.5 rebounds as Colby defeated Husson and Bates last week.
Chris Petzy (St. Joseph’s sophomore), men’s basketball player, scored 22 points to help the Monks beat Bowdoin and followed that up with 20 in a win over Emmanuel.
Ben Russell (Maine Maritime freshman), men’s basketball rookie, had 21 points on 7-for-15 shooting in a win over UMaine-Presque Isle.

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GOLF
LOCAL
At Green Valley GC, West Enfield
Men’s Indoor League

Leo Cyr, Brody Libby 33; Gary Tourtillotte, Ed Soule 35; Dale Folensby, Mike Faloon 36; Marshall Foster, Fred Pete 38; Frank Burnell, Marshall Foster 38
Saturday Morning Juniors
Marshall Foster, Thomas Spencer 36 (tiebreaker), Brody Libby, Logan Thompson 36; hole-in-one: Logan Thompson

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