January 12, Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted Jan. 12, 2010, at 9:38 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
BOYS BASKETBALL

Bangor 45, Lawrence 40
Biddeford 66, Scarborough 64
Bonny Eagle 54, Sanford 45
Brewer 87, Messalonskee 56
Camden Hills 58, Lincoln Acad-emy 39
Cape Elizabeth 66, York 52
Cheverus 72, Deering 42
Cony 67, Mt. Ararat 60
Edward Little 52, Brunswick 28
Falmouth 77, Wells 37
Forest Hills 59, Greenville 58
Fort Fairfield 64, LCS/MSSM 29
Georges Valley 58, Wiscasset 48
Gorham 50, Massabesic 41
Gould Academy 53, Elan 45
Greely 53, Gray-New Gloucester 37
Hampden 58, Skowhegan 45
Hermon 58, Bucksport 32
Hodgdon 57, East Grand 40
Islesboro 75, Vinalhaven 71
Jonesport-Beals 69, Shead 65
Lake Region 49, Fryeburg Acad-emy 40
Lewiston 52, Morse 48
Machias 81, Acadia Chr. 40
Madawaska 85, Wisdom 23
Marshwood 54, Kennebunk 40
MCI 65, Leavitt 48
MDI 64, Mattanawcook 54
Medomak Valley 65, Nokomis 41
Mount View 55, Maranacook Community 53
Mt. Blue 62, Erskine 23
Oak Hill 47, Waterville 42
Old Town 42, John Bapst 34
Poland 70, Freeport 47
Portland 56, South Portland 49
Telstar 57, Madison 54
Valley 70, Buckfield 48
Westbrook 55, Thornton Acad. 50
Windham 62, Noble 36
Winslow 48, Belfast 44
Yarmouth 64, North Yarmouth Acad.38

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Bangor 44, Lawrence 26
Bangor Christian 44, Sumner 21
Biddeford 40, McAuley 37
Calais 62, Machias 29
Camden Hills 44, Lincoln Acad. 25
Central 46, Foxcroft Acad. 34
Central Aroostook 45, Easton 18
Deering 64, Cheverus 36
Dirigo 45, Carrabec 30
Edward Little 52, Brunswick 45
Erskine Academy 46, Mt. Blue 42
Falmouth 50, Wells 45
Fort Kent 41, Caribou 37
Georges Valley 58, Wiscasset 48
Gorham 41, Massabesic 26
Greely 49, Gray-New Gloucester 33
Greenville 39, Forest Hills Con-solidated 25
Hodgdon 55, East Grand 31
Leavitt 71, MCI 22
Lisbon 48, Boothbay 26
Maranacook 42, Mount View 33
Marshwood 61, Kennebunk 23
Messalonskee 73, Brewer 32
Morse 47, Lewiston 37
Mountain Valley 41, Jay 39
Mt. Ararat 52, Cony 45
Nokomis 49, Medomak Valley 39
Orono 46, Dexter 31
Sanford 36, Bonny Eagle 29
Schenck 39, Penobscot Valley 38
Skowhegan 61, Hampden 49
South Portland 58, Portland 56
St. Dominic 44, Hall-Dale 40
Thornton Acad. 45, Westbrook 36
Valley 42, Buckfield 39
Waterville Senior 65, Oak Hill 41
Waynflete 50, Sacopee Valley 23
Windham 59, Noble 37
Winslow 53, Belfast 25
Winthrop 47, Monmouth Acad. 42, OT
Yarmouth 47, North Yarmouth Acad.30
York 38, Cape Elizabeth 27

COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL
Brandeis 81, Bates 57
Norwich 72, Saint Joseph 71
UM-Farmington 65, Maine Maritime 54

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Bowdoin 59, Hamilton 47
Colby 82, Bates 68
Maine 65, New Hampshire 61
Maine Maritime 84, UM-Farmington 51
So. Maine 66, R.I. College 62
U-New England 80, Curry 52

MEN’S HOCKEY
Southern Maine 5, Suffolk 2

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BOYS BASKETBALL
Hodgdon 57, East Grand 40

At Danforth, Chris Williams scored 14 of his game-high 22 points in the first half and Daniel McGillicuddy had 10 more first-half points as Hodgdon manufactured a comfortable 31-17 half-time lead en route to the win.
 McGillicuddy finished with 14 points.
Seth Cropley’s 19 points and Abe Brittian’s 18 sparked East Grand.
Hodgdon (6-6) 57
Williams 7-7-22, Lunn 2-0-5, Hudson 1-3-5, D. McGillicuddy 6-2-14, McCarty 1-2-4, A. McGillicuddy 3-1-7, Harris, Acott, Sloat, Beaton, Tidd, Lycette
East Grand (1-9) 40
Gilman 0-1-1, Morse 1-0-2, Cropley 9-1-19, Abe Brittian 6-4-18, Al. Brittian, Henn, Massey, Cousins, Barry, Kenyon
3-pt. goals: Lunn; Abe Brittian 3
Hodgdon     18    31    45    57
East Grand     9    17    29    40

Machias 81, Acadia Christian 40
At Machias, Machias outscored Acadia Christian of Trenton 29-2 in the first quarter en route to the win.
Tyler Farrington tossed in 13 points to spark the Bulldogs. Matt Little and John Hanson scored 11 points apiece.
William Richard scored 14 points to lead Acadia Christian.
Acadia Christian 40
Carver 3-0-9, Richard 4-4-14, Sargent 1-1-3, Hearn, Macko, Clark 3-0-7, Morse 3-2-8
Machias 81
Prescott 3-0-6, Little 5-1-11, Jenkins 4-0-8, Farrington 6-0-13, Dahl 2-0-4, Getchell 4-0-8, Morse 2-2-6, Scoville 4-0-8, Richards 3-0-6, Han-son 5-0-11
3-pt. goals: Carver 3, Richard 2, Clark; Farrington, Hanson
Acadia Christian     2    10    27    40
Machias                29    40    54    81

Winslow 48, Belfast 44
At Belfast, Mike McCann poured in a game-high 18 points and had 11 of them in the first half as Winslow took a 13-point lead into the intermission.
The Lions rallied in the second half, cutting the lead to two at one point, but the Black Raid-ers hit 13-of-21 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold on.
Jack Davis’ 12 points and Brad Reed’s 11 paced Belfast.  
Winslow (6-4) 48
Raymond 1-0-3, Michaud 0-2-2, Riordan 0-6-6, Murray 1-2-5, Nivison 1-0-2, Wheeler 3-0-6, Audet 0-1-1, Price 1-2-5, McCann 5-8-18
Belfast (0-10) 44
Kulikowski, Reed 5-0-11, Beal 1-1-3, Bernosky 2-1-6, Davis 4-4-12, Mitchell 1-0-2, Webster 1-0-2, Howes 1-0-2, Heroux 3-0-6, Peters
3-pt. goals: Raymond, Murray, Price; Reed, Bernosky
Winslow     14    29    33    48
Belfast         8    16    27    44

JV: Winslow 42-32

Islesboro 75, Vinalhaven 71
At Islesboro, Jason Hatch scored 18 points in the third period, finishing with 32 including 7 three-pointers to pace the Eagles. D.J. Johnson fired in 22 points and Gerald Scherr added 10 for Islesboro.
Steve Osgood had 30 points and Nate Hopkins contributed 22 for the Vikings.
Vinalhaven (6-4) 71
Hopkins 9-4-22, Tolman 3-0-6, Chillies, Drury 3-2-8, Monten, Osgood 14-1-30, Stanley 2-0-5
Islesboro (4-4) 75
Scherr 3-3-10, Hatch 10-5-32, Gebhardt, Johnson 7-7-22, Mahan 3-0-6, Govoni 2-1-5, Grindle, Schoppe
3-pt. goals: Osgood, Stanley; Scherr, Hatch 7, Johnson,
Vinalhaven     16    37    56    71   
Islesboro        19    29    60    75   

Fort Fairfield 64, LCS/MSSM 29
At Fort Fairfield, John McNamee netted 11 of his game-high 16 points in the third quarter as Fort Fairfield topped Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.
LCS/MSSM (2-11) 29
Tucker 1-0-2, Butler 1-0-2, Forsman 0-3-3, Keiser 1-0-3, Allen 2-0-4, Morgan 1-0-2, Poitraw 2-0-4, St. Pierre 1-0-2, Caldwell 2-0-4, Tracy 1-1-3, Whitehead, Berube
Fort Fairfield (9-1) 64
Williams 3-0-8, Girvan 0-2-2, Booth 3-1-8, Zhang 1-0-2, Dufour 2-1-5, Lewis 2-0-4, Noyes 4-5-13, Churchill 2-0-6, McNamee 5-6-16, A. Bixler, B. Bixler, Michaud, Clark
3-pt. goals: Keiser; Williams 2, Churchill 2
LCS/MSSM         6    12    21    29
Fort Fairfield     18    34    53    64

Jonesport-Beals 69, Shead 65
At Jonesport, Garrett Beal tossed in 18 points as the Royals edged Shead of Eastport.
Justin Alley scored eight of his 17 points in the fourth quarter while Andrew Beal had 17 for the winners.
Tyler Mitchell led four Tigers in double digits with 20 points. Dave Medeiros had 18 and Caleb Ricker and Carlos Smith 11 apiece.
Shead (6-3) 65
Medeiros 8-0-18, Ricker 4-3-11, Mitchell 8-4-20, Smith 4-3-11, Seeley, Vinson, Garnett, Nicholas, Barnes 2-0-5, Collins
Jonesport-Beals (9-1) 69
A. Beal 7-0-17, J. Alley 6-5-17, G. Beal 7-3-18, Turcotte 3-0-7, Smith 1-0-2, M. Alley 3-1-7, Look, Carver, Lyons 0-1-1
3-pt. goals: Medeiros 5, Barnes; A. Beal 3, G. Beal, Turcotte
Shead                   12    28    45    65
Jonesport-Beals    20    34    50    69

JV: Jonesport-Beals 51-39

Madawaska 85, Wisdom 23
At St. Agatha, D.J. Gendreau scored 22 points and Jamie Cyr added 20 for the visiting Owls as they broke the game open in the third quarter.
Michael Cannan had 12 poitns and Matt Deschene 10 for the Owls.
Justin Albert and Andrew Malenica each had six for the  Wisdom Pioneers.
Madawaska (6-3) 85
Gendreau 9-3-22, Cyr 10-0-20, Cannan 5-0-12, Deschene 4-1-10, Wetmore 1-0-2, Desrosier 2-0-4, Lee 3-0-6, D. Pelletier 1-0-3, T. Pelle-tier, Sirois 2-0-4, Deschaine 1-2-4
Wisdom (0-8) 23
Albert 3-0-6, Malenica 3-0-6, Ouellette 1-3-5, Roc. Chamberland 2-0-4, Daigle 1-0-2, K. Chamberland, Rob. Chamberland, Cyr
3-pt. goals: Gendreau, Cannan 2, Deschene, D. Pelletier
Madawaska     19    31    58    85   
Wisdom             8    14    16    23   

Old Town 42, John Bapst 34
At the Bangor Auditorium, Luke Bartlett netted 12 points as the Old Town Coyotes earned the win.
Lucas Philippon’s 15 points led all scorers for John Bapst.
Old Town (7-3) 42
Bartlett 1-10-12, Abbott 4-1-9, Merry 2-3-8, Boucher 2-2-6, Kochis 2-0-5, Loring 1-0-2, Clark, Boyington
John Bapst (1-11) 34
Philippon 5-4-15, Hass 3-2-8, Storgaard 1-0-3, Carr 1-1-3, Wetherbee 0-2-2, O’Donnell 1-0-2, Christie 0-1-1, Pulley, Ortiz, Desmond
3-pt. goals: Merry, Kochis; Philippon, Storgaard
Old Town     10    16    32    42
John Bapst    6    11    21    34

JV: John Bapst 33-29

Brewer 87, Messalonskee 56
At Brewer, Jordan Richards led four Brewer scorers in double figures with 19 points as the Witches defeated Messalonskee of Oakland.
Dom Drake netted 13 points for Brewer. Tyler Bessett posted 11 points while Blake Birming-ham added 10.
Luke Bartlett and Devon Smith paced Messalonskee with 10 points apiece
Messalonskee (0-12) 56
J. Smith 1-1-3, Landry 1-0-2, Meader 1-1-3, Wilson 2-4-8, Potter 2-5-9, Bartlett 3-3-10, McLellan 3-0-6, McPherson 1-1-3, D. Smith 5-0-10, Clark 1-0-2
Brewer (10-1) 87
Sasaki 3-1-8, R. Bessett 2-0-5, Drake 6-1-13, Burgess 1-6-8, Richards 4-10-19, Birmingham 3-4-10, T. Bessett 4-1-11, Small 1-2-4, Brier 1-2-4, Carson 1-0-2, Violette 1-1-3, Darby
3-pt. goals: Bartlett; R. Bessett, Richards, T. Bessett 2
Messalonskee     17    25    39    56
Brewer               26    52    69    87

JV: Brewer 61-28

Hermon 58, Bucksport 32
At Hermon, Colton Gross posted 13 points while Joel Adams scored 12 to power Hermon by Bucksport.
Isaac Redman and Brandon Flegel scored eight points apiece to pace Bucksport.
Bucksport (3-9) 32
Redman 4-0-8, Flegel 2-4-8, Farrell 1-0-2, French 2-0-5, Nason 1-1-3, Alverado 1-0-2, Goodin 1-0-2, Swazey 1-0-2, Bailey, Walker, Cum-mings
Hermon (6-5) 58
C. Gross 4-3-13, Adams 5-2-12, T. Gross 3-3-9, T. Mayhew 1-0-2, Marseille 1-0-3, Fournier 1-0-2, Deabay 3-0-7, C. Mayhew 1-2-4, Allen 3-0-6, Hamlin, Newbury
3-pt. goals: French; C. Gross 2, Marseille, Deabay
Bucksport     13    17    25    32
Hermon         11    26    41    58

JV: Hermon 41-35

Bangor 45, Lawrence 40
At Fairfield, junior forward Zach Blodgett had 18 points, nine rebounds and four blocked shots as the Rams gained their eighth consecutive victory.
Junior guard Tristan Thomas added 10 points, including a key three-point play off a steal with 2:29 left in the contest after Lawrence had crept within 38-36.
Senior center Clark Noonan contributed seven points and seven rebounds for Bangor, now 9-2 on the season.
Senior guard Bobby Belanger led 3-9 Lawrence with 16 points and six rebounds, while senior guard Christian Powers added nine points on three 3-point goals.
Belanger scored 10 points in the first half, and sophomore guard Tim Dudley beat the second-quarter buzzer with a runner from the right baseline as Lawrence took a 23-20 at intermission.
Bangor went to a three-guard lineup after the break, and that gave Blodgett more room to work on the inside. He scored nine points and grabbed five rebounds in the third quarter alone as coach Roger Reed’s club edged out to a 34-32 lead by the end of the period.
Thomas’ three-point play, coming after a Lawrence timeout, gave Bangor a 41-36 advantage, and Noonan followed with two free throws to give the Rams their largest lead.
Two free throws and a layup off a Bangor turnover, all by Belanger, gave Lawrence one last hope, pulling the Bulldogs within a single possession at 43-40 with 22 seconds left.
But Bangor inbounded the ball to Thomas, and after being quickly fouled he made two free throws with 17 seconds left to put the game away.

Forest Hills 59, Greenville 58
At Jackman, Corey Plante scored 20 points to lead Forest Hills past the visiting Greenville Lakers.
Dylan McNally scored 14 points and Evan Worster added 10 for the Tigers.
Alex Jardine scored 17, Ricky Derboghosian 15, Tristan Richards 13, and Tony DiAngelo 11 for the Lakers.
Greenville (3-5) 59
Jardine 5-4-17, Derboghosian 5-1-15, Richards 5-0-13, DiAngelo 5-1-11, Stafford 1-0-2, Hersey
Forest Hills (7-3) 58
Plante 10-0-20, McNally 7-0-14, Worster 5-0-10, Gilbert 3-2-8, Bell 3-0-7, Conrad
3-pt. goals: Jardine 3, Derboghosian 4, Richards 3; Bell
Greenville       10    21    35    58   
Forest Hills     20    28    42    59   

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GIRLS BASKETBALL
Calais 62, Machias 29

At Calais, Nicole Osborne scored a game-high 17 points and Alex McVicar and Shannon Brown combined for 18 more as Calais triumphed.
Cady Rolfe’s six points paced Machias.
Machias (1-8) 29
Rolfe 2-2-6, Shults 2-1-5, Hanscom, Proctor 2-0-4, Lee 0-2-2, Anderson, Lipton 2-1-5, Stanhope 2-1-5, Conley, Smith
Calais (6-3) 62
Osborne 8-1-17, McVicar 3-1-9, Brown 3-3-9, Hill 1-0-3, Clement 1-0-2, Hollingdale 2-1-5, Cavanaugh 1-0-3, Redding 1-1-4, McCadden 3-2-8, Young 0-2-2
3-pt. goals: McVicar 2, Hill, Cavanaugh, Redding
Machias      6    17    25    29
Calais       14    31    49    62

Fort Kent 41, Caribou 37
At Fort Kent, Taylor Boucher led the host Warriors with 15 points and Sam Carapellucci chipped in with 10 in a win over the Vikings.
Carapellucci also grabbed 12 rebounds.
Jenna Selander scored 14 and Dayna Michaud added 11 for the Vikings.
Caribou (5-5) 37
Selander 3-7-14, Michaud 5-1-11, Martin 1-0-2, Soucy 2-0-4, Violette, Massey 2-0-4, Doak 1-0-2
Fort Kent (7-4) 41
Boucher 6-1-15, Carapellucci 4-2-10, Roy, Nadeau 2-0-6, Walker, Morneault 1-0-2, Thibodeau 3-1-8, Martin
3-pt. goals: Selander; Boucher 2, Nadeau 2, Thibodeau
Caribou          6    18  &nbs

p; 31    37   
Fort Kent     10    20    32    41   

JV: Fort Kent 49-46

Hodgdon 55, East Grand 31
At Danforth, Whitney Wallace led a balanced Hodgdon attack with eight points as the Hawks defeated East Grand.
Kim Armstrong netted 11 points to pace the Vikings.
Hodgdon (3-7) 55
Ryan 1-0-2, Quint 2-1-5, Davies 3-0-6, Sloat 3-0-7, Oliver 1-1-3, London 3-1-7, McQuarrie 2-0-5, Jurson 2-0-4, Ellis 2-0-4, Wallace 4-0-8, Levesque 2-0-4, Willette
East Grand (1-11) 31
S. Beaudoin 2-1-5, K. Beaudoin 0-2-2, J. Armstrong 1-0-2, Farley 3-3-9, Hannington 1-0-2, K. Armstrong 4-3-11, Cowger, Gilman
3-pt. goals: Sloat, McQuarrie
Hodgdon       15    29    40    55
East Grand     10    16    21    31

Georges Valley 58, Wiscasset 48
At Thomaston, freshman Kennadi Grover scored a game-high 23 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to lead Georges Valley past Wiscasset.
Jill Bradbury had 19 points and 10 rebounds and Holly Ames-Allan added eight points.
Bradbury had 12 second-quarter points as Georges Valley outscored Wiscasset 21-13 to build an 11-point halftime lead.
Alli Johnson’s 16 points and Mary Ellen True’s 15 paced Wiscasset.
Wiscasset (2-9) 48
Austin 3-1-7, Johnson 5-5-16, Preble 2-0-5, McRae, Slack, Footer, True 7-1-15, Hartwick 2-1-5
Georges Valley (5-6) 58
Snow, Denault, Mazurek, Rich 0-3-3, Bradbury 6-5-19, Grover 7-8-23, Ames-Allan 2-4-8, Haskell 1-0-2, R. Frye 1-0-2, Wallace, D. Frye 0-1-1
3-pt. goals: Johnson, Preble; Bradbury 2, Grover
Wiscasset             6    19    34    48
Georges Valley     9    30    46    58

JV: Wiscasset 31-27

Bangor Christian 44, Sumner 21
At Eastern Maine Community College in Bangor, Whitney Holmes hit a pair of 3-pointers in the first quarter as Bangor Christian bolted out to a 17-3 lead en route to its eighth straight win.
Katherine Bragg had a game-high 11 points for Bangor Christian with Holmes and Emma Johnson contributing nine apiece.
Ashley Pennartz’s six points led Sumner of East Sullivan.
Sumner (0-10) 21
Leighton, Morgan, West 1-0-2, Eschete, Tucker, C. Harvey 0-1-1, Pennartz 3-0-6, Rivers 2-0-4, Alexander, B. McLean, A. McLean 2-0-4, Arey, Delosa 1-0-2
Bangor Christian (9-1) 44
Bragg 5-1-11, Dorman 1-0-2, Ramirez 1-0-2, Johnson 4-1-9, Holmes 3-1-9, Roemmich, Dillion 1-1-3, Martin 1-0-2, Bean 3-0-6, Pelegrini, B. Harvey
3-pt. goals: Holmes 2
Sumner                    3        7    9    21
Bangor Christian    17      29  39  44

JV: Sumner 31-29

Leavitt 71, MCI 22
At Pittsfield, Kirsten Anderson pumped in 21 points as the visiting Hornets from Turner Cen-ter won easily.
Courtney Anderson scored 18 points and Adrianna Newton 11 for Leavitt.
Meghan Hughes paced MCI with six points.
Leavitt (10-1) 71
K. Anderson 8-2-21, C. Anderson 8-2-18, Newton 4-3-11, Tweedie, Cote 1-0-2, Treadwell 1-2-4, Randall 2-2-8, Pulkkinen, Jordan 2-1-5, Brewer, Frost
MCI (1-10) 22
Hughes 3-0-6, Kitchen 1-0-2, Wright, Bennett 1-1-4, Glencross, Alton 2-0-4, George 1-0-2, Smithburg 0-1-1, Orchard 1-1-3, Cronkite
3-pt. goals: K. Anderson 3, Randall 2; Bennett
Leavitt    13    33    61    71
MCI           2    11    13    22

JV: Leavitt 42-24

Madawaska 56, Wisdom 19
At St. Agatha, Erin Dugal tossed in 14 points to lead Madawaska by Wisdom.
Emma Dionne added 12 points for the Owls.
Jayme Cyr scored six points to pace Wisdom.
Madawaska (5-7) 56
Parker 3-0-6, Cormier 2-0-4, Dugal 7-0-14, Dixon 1-0-3, Williams 1-0-2, Nadeau 0-1-1, N. Cyr 3-1-7, H. Cyr 2-1-5, Sirois 1-0-2, Dionne 6-0-12
Wisdom (1-8) 19
Michaud 2-0-5, K. Guerrette 2-0-4, H. Cyr 0-2-2, Collins 1-0-2, Cyr 2-2-6, M. Guerrette, Tardif, Goyette
3-pt. goals: Dixon; Michaud
Madawaska     21    33    49    54
Wisdom              2    5    11    19

Camden Hills 44, LA Eagles 25
At Rockport, Jordan Knowlton led all scorers with 15 points as the host Windjammers tri-umphed.
Maddie Smeaton chipped in nine points for Camden Hills.
Marni Jones had seven for Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.
Lincoln Acad. (4-8) 25
Jones 2-3-7, Look 1-0-2, Oliver, Bolster 1-1-4, Lincoln 1-0-2, Smerdon, Boudreau 1-0-2, Hazeltine, Soohey 1-4-6, Schwarz 1-0-2
Camden Hills (9-2) 44
Knowlton 5-5-15, Legage 1-1-3, Duke 1-0-2, Porter 1-0-2, Holmes 1-1-3, Richards 1-0-2, Johanson, Carlsen 2-0-5, Steele, Heal 1-1-3, Smeaton 4-1-9, French, Buckheit
3-pt. goals: Bolster; Carlsen
Lincoln Acad.    3    7    17    25
Camden Hills    13    22    29    44

JV: Camden Hills 36-22

Greenville 39, Forest Hills 25
At Greenville, Saige Weeks had 12 points, 10 rebounds and five steals to pace Greenville to the victory.
Gretel Breton had eight points, 14 boards and four steals for the Lakers.
Erica Turner had 15 points for Forest Hills of Jackman.
Forest Hills (4-5) 25
Turner 7-0-14, Hoyt 1-0-2, McNally 2-2-7, Jalbert, Gilbert, Giroux, Carrier 1-0-2
Greenville (8-0) 39
Weeks 6-0-12, M. Peat 3-1-7, Drinkwater 1-0-2, Breton 4-0-8, C. Peat 3-0-6, Howard, Monroe, Soule, Lavigne 1-0-2, Theriault, Sherman, Gilbert, Genoa
3-pt. goals: McNally
Forest Hills    2    6    8    25
Greenville    15    25    37    39

Cen. Aroostook 45, Easton 18
At Mars Hill, Vicki McIntyre connected for 16 points to propel Central Aroostook by Easton.
Kristin Long chipped in with 13 points for the Panthers.
Brooke Hammond paced Easton with eight points.
Easton (5-6) 18
Hammond 4-0-8, Desmond 1-2-4, Trask 1-0-2, Plourde, Babineau, Halvorson 1-0-2, Cyr 0-1-1, Dudley, Hathaway 0-1-1, Poole
Cen. Aroostook (9-2) 45
Cushman, York, C. Hartin 2-0-5, Grass, B. Hartin 2-0-4, Long 5-3-13, Grew 1-0-3, McIntyre 8-0-16, O. Garrison 1-0-2, P. Garrison 1-0-2, Fletcher
3-pt. goals: C. Hartin, Grew
Easton                   6    10    11    18
Cen. Aroostook     8    23    38    45

JV: CAHS 39-28

Central 46, Foxcroft 34
At Dover-Foxcroft, junior Bekah Campbell racked up 17 points, nine rebounds and eight blocked shots as the visiting Red Devils from Corinth impro

ved to 10-0 and earned a pointwor-thy win.
The Ponies came in ranked second in Eastern Maine Class C.
Hannah Pray tossed in 11 points for Central while Max McHugh added 10. The Devils out-scored Foxcroft 15-4 in the third quarter.
Vanessa Lougee registered 10 points and 12 rebounds to pace the Ponies.
Central (10-0) 46
Speed, McHugh 3-4-10, Day 2-0-4, Pray 5-0-11, Blanchard 1-0-2, Trafton, Portman 1-0-2, Campbell 8-1-17
Foxcroft (7-2) 34
Seavey 3-3-9, Withee 2-0-5, Boss, Keane 1-2-4, Sharrow 1-0-3, Flanders 1-1-3, Lougee 3-4-10
3-pt. goals: Pray; Withee, Sharrow
Central    16    25    40    46
Foxcroft    6    19    23    34

JV: Central 33-30

Nokomis 49, Medomak 39
At Waldoboro, Marissa Shaw paced a balanced Warrior attack with 16 points as the visitors from Newport won their ninth straight game.
Kara Batchelder tossed in 13 points for Nokomis while Mary Badeen added eight.
Ericka Christensen had 16 points and Danielle Dyer 11 for Medomak.
Nokomis (10-2) 49
Badeen 3-0-8, Smith 0-5-5, Shaw 7-2-16, Reynolds 1-0-2, Stone, Dunton, Richardson, Batchelder 4-1-13, Perry 0-1-1, Tozier 1-0-2, Brad-bury, Lyford 0-2-2, Watson
Medomak (7-3) 39
Dyer 4-0-11, Davis 2-0-5, Christensen 6-4-16, Conary, Weaver 1-0-3, Severson, Rackliff, Vose 1-0-3, Peterson, Massengale 0-1-1
3-pt. goals: Batchelder 4, Badeen 2; Dyer 3, Davis, Weaver, Vose
Nokomis      11    25    35    49
Medomak    12    20    28    39

JV: Medomak 38-34

Messalonskee 73, Brewer 32
At Oakland, Hannah Dexter scored a game-high 19 points as the Messalonskee Eagles rolled to the win.
Messalonskee led 37-12 at halftime.
Brooke McLaughlin had nine points to lead Brewer.
Brewer (3-8) 32
Hutchins 1-0-2, Grindle 1-1-3, Adams 1-0-2, Triplett 0-3-3, Thompson, Houp 0-1-1, H. Nickerson 1-3-6, Small 1-1-3, McLaughlin 2-5-9, M. Nickerson 1-0-2, Thomas, Bost 0-1-1, Smith
Messalonskee (8-4) 73
Eugley 1-1-3, Stacey 2-0-4, Bernatchez 2-5-9, Dexter 6-3-19, Wacome 3-2-9, Soucy 1-0-2, Sherman 0-1-1, Luettich 2-0-4, Bourgoin, McCafferty 4-1-9, Oliver 1-0-2, Deering 4-1-9, Holz 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: H. Nickerson; Dexter 4, Wacome
Brewer                5    12    16    32
Messalonskee    18    37    60    73

JV: Brewer 45-40

Schenck 39, PVHS 38
At Howland, Sonya Brown scored 13 points as Schenck of East Millinocket tipped Penobscot Valley.
Jade Dicentes added 10 points for the Wolverines.
Reese Leonard paced the Howlers with 10 points and 15 rebounds.
Schenck 39
Nicholson 3-0-6, Michaud 1-0-2, Powers 1-0-2, Jamo 3-0-6, Dicentes 4-2-10, Brown 4-5-13
Penobscot Valley 38
Bean 1-0-2, Crawford, Batchelder, Rancourt 3-0-6, Keene, Leveille 4-0-8, Theriault 2-0-4, Hallett, Leonard 5-0-10, Vanadestine 2-4-8
3-pt. goals: none
Schenck                   8    18    31    39
Penobscot Valley    12    24    30    38

JV: Schenck 49-38

Bangor 44, Lawrence 26
At Bangor, Hillary Throckmorton tossed in a game-high 17 points and Kate Treadwell con-tributed 11 points and six rebounds as Bangor beat Lawrence of Fairfield.
Melanie Jackson had six assists and Steph Comstock grabbed seven rebounds for the Rams.
Tashia Watson’s seven points and Courtney Langley’s six powered Lawrence.
Lawrence (4-8) 26
Melcher 1-3-5, Langley 3-0-6, Watson 2-1-7, Poulin, McGee 0-2-2, Dubois, Armour, Shepherd, Robinson 2-0-4, Costigan, Bucklin, Spaulding, Raven 1-0-2, L. Jordan
Bangor (5-6) 44
Throckmorton 7-3-17, Hetterman 0-2-2, Tocci 2-1-5, K. Jordan, Grandchamp, Freudenberger 1-0-2, Johnson, Curtis, Boyce, Comstock 1-0-2, McKenna 2-0-4, Treadwell 5-1-11, Jackson 0-1-1
3-pt. goals: Watson 2
Lawrence     6    13    17    26
Bangor        9    21    32    44

JV: Bangor 57-31; Freshman: Bangor 49-36

Skowhegan 61, Hampden 49
At Hampden, the undefeated Indians placed four scorers in double figures while holding off a furious Hampden fourth-quarter rally to improve to 12-0.
Skowhegan led 49-32 heading into the final period, but the Broncos used torrid perimeter shooting to get as close as eight before Whitney Jones, who led coach Heath Cowan’s club with 16 points, came up with steals on consecutive possessions in the final minute and a half.
Jones finished with four steals on the night while Liz Noddin registered 15 points, Adrienne Davis 11 and Amanda Johnson 10.
Michaela Stephenson paced 6-5 Hampden with 18 points, including a 3-for-6 effort from 3-point range, while Katelyn DeRaps had 15 points and was 4-for-8 from downtown. Kate Parsons con-tributed nine off the bench, all in the second half. The Broncos were 11-25 from beyond the arc as a unit.

Orono 46, Dexter 31
At Dexter, Elizabeth Fox and Ally Sherman each scored 14 points to pace the visiting Red Ri-ots.
Jade Keezer had 10 points for Orono.
Cally Mountain, Maicee Gustin and Callie Theodore each scored six for Dexter.
Orono (10-1) 41
Fox 5-3-14, Sherman 5-4-14, Keezer 2-4-10, Bryant 1-0-2, Woodward 3-0-6, Berry, Saucier, Triandafillou
Dexter (6-4) 31
Ca. Mountain 2-1-6, Gustin 2-2-6, Theodore 2-2-6, Bell 2-0-4, Cr. Mountain 1-0-2, Murray 1-0-3, Atwater 1-0-2, Lancaster
3-pt. goals: Fox, Keezer 2; Ca. Mountain, Murray
Orono     11    21    36    46   
Dexter     6    13    18    31   

JV: Dexter 42-12

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BOWLING
HIGH SCHOOL
At Central Maine Family Fun Bowling Center, Skowhegan
Skowhegan def. Madison 18-1
Skowhegan JV def. Carrabec 18-1

Individual scores over 200: Alan Kennedy (Skowhegan) 206

At Family Fun Bowling Center, Bangor
Hermon def. Nokomis 12-7
Hampden Acad. def. Nokomis JV 12-7
Home School Co-op def. Central JV 15-2
Bangor def. Central 15-4

Individual scores over 200: Matt Blackmer (Hermon) 237, 213, Jenna Dionne (Hampden) 219, Doug Annis Jr. (Hampden) 201, Donna McCauley (Home School) 221, Logan Hartley (Bangor) 255

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COLLEGE
Maine Women’s Basketball Coaches Association
Statistical Leaders

Points: Bradford (Husson) 17.36 ppg, Violette (UMFK) 17.17, Laflin (UMF) 16.8, Leighton (USM) 15.08, Yanofsky (Bates) 14.69; re-bounds: Bradford (Husson) 11.09, Rubega (Bowdoin) 11, Caesar (UMFK) 8.92, Johnson (USM) 8.69, Leighton (USM) 8.38; assists: Burns (Bates) 6.08, Parent (St. Joseph’s) 4, Ritchie (Colby) 4, Bergeron (Bowdoin) 3.73, DeMillo (USM) 3.67; steals: Nicholas (USM) 4, Garrison (UMFK) 3.17, Donahue (Bowdoin) 2.27, McCloskey (MMA) 2.2, Parent (St. Joseph’s) 2.15; blocks: Mack (Colby) 2.3, Yanofsky (Bates) 2.15, Leighton (USM) 2.08, Hynes (Bowdoin) 1.64, Johnson (USM) 0.92; field goal percentage: Rubega (Bowdoin) 57 percent, Johnson (USM) 56, Bradford (Husson) 53, Mack (Colby) 53, Cappelloni (Colby) 52; 3-point percentage: Ross (UMF) 53, Cappelloni (Colby) 51, Paradis (UNE) 51, Freeman (St. Joseph’s) 50, McDevitt (St. Joseph’s) 47; free throw percentage: Gifford (Husson) 85 percent, Leighton (USM) 81, Laflin (UMF) 79, Smith (MMA) 79, Hynes (Bowdoin) 78

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PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Sunrise Conference
Amber Garrison
(UM-Fort Kent junior), Women’s Basketball Co-Player of the Week, averaged 10.5 points, 5.3 assists, three rebounds and two steals in a 2-2 week for the Bengals.

Othniel Hyliger (UM-Fort Kent junior), Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, averaged 12.5 points and 12.5 rebounds in a pair of con-ference wins for the Bengals last week.

http://bangordailynews.com/2010/01/12/sports/january-12-scores-and-highlights/ printed on September 21, 2014