February 2, Scores and Highlights

Posted Feb. 02, 2010, at 9:28 p.m.

BOYS BASKETBALL
Acadia Christian 52, Highview Christian 19
Bangor 42, Mt. Blue 29
Biddeford 56, Kennebunk 54, 2OT
Boothbay 58, Winthrop 51
Brewer 77, Skowhegan 53
Camden Hills 73, Gardiner 39
Cape Elizabeth 52, Yarmouth 51
Caribou 61, Houlton 36
Fort Fairfield 59, Hodgdon 38
Fort Kent 38, Van Buren 36
Foxcroft 61, Piscataquis 34
Gould Academy 42, Elan 31
Greater Houlton Christian 80, East Grand 63
Greenville 60, Forest Hills 57 (OT)
GSA 47, Central 41
Hall-Dale 65, Lisbon 34
Hermon 70, Mattanawcook Acad. 54
Houlton Chr. 80, East Grand 63
Jay 72, Carrabec 61
Jonesport-Beals 63, Machias 52
Lee 65, Penquis 35
Lincoln Acad. 74, Rockland 53
Livermore 49, Madison 29
Madawaska 80, Wisdom 25
Maranacook 64, Leavitt 45
Massabesic 67, Marshwood 58
Medomak Valley 51, Oak Hill 50
Monmouth 52, Georges Valley 35
Mount View 40, Winslow 38
Mountain Valley 64, Dirigo 57
Nokomis 56, Belfast 46
Oxford Hills 65, Lewiston 58
Penobscot Valley 60, Bangor Christian 49
Portland 49, South Portland 48
Richmond 57, Buckfield 28
Scarborough 66, Thornton 63
Seacoast Chr. 58, Sacopee 49
So. Aroostook 56, Katahdin 54
Stearns 65, Dexter 26
Traip 48, North Yarmouth 42
Valley 89, Rangeley 41
Washington Acad. 78, Calais 41
Waynflete 42, Wells 39
Westbrook 65, Bonny Eagle 28
Wiscasset 49, St. Dominic 48

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Bangor 57, Mount Blue 25
Bangor Christian 40, Penobscot Valley 27
Biddeford 52, Kennebunk 34
Camden 63, Gardiner 45
Cape Elizabeth 42, Yarmouth 32
Central Aroostook 64, Easton 29
Greater Houlton Christian 44, East Grand 24
Greely 51, Gray-New Gloucester 21
Greenville 58, Forest Hills 32
Hampden 67, Messalonskee 61 (OT)
Highview Chr. 37, Acadia Chr. 36
Jonesport-Beals 57, Calvary Chapel Christian 33
Leavitt 75, Maranacook 47
Lincoln Acad. 49, Rockland 43
Medomak Valley 47, Oak Hill 37
Nokomis 63, Belfast 33
Orono 65, Sumner 36
Oxford 51, Lewiston 33
Rangeley 48, Valley 38
Richmond 47, Buckfield 25
Sacopee 42, Seacoast Chr. 39
Scarborough 51, Thornton 49
Skowhegan 57, Brewer 36
Traip 44, North Yarmouth 33
Waterville 57, MCI 25
Waynflete 62, Wells 55
Winslow 40, Mount View 31
York 61, Falmouth 37

HOCKEY
Winslow 2, Orono 0

COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL

Colby 74, Southern Maine 60
Plymouth State 55, Bowdoin 54
Thomas 89, Maine Maritime 76

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Colby 64, Southern Maine 54
Husson 86, UM-Farmington 70
Maine Maritime 74, Thomas 58

HIGH SCHOOL
Boys basketball
Bangor 42, Mt. Blue 29

At Farmington, the Rams outscored the Cougars 17-6 in the final period to post their 15th victory of the season.
Clark Noonan spearheaded a balanced Bangor offense with 12 points.
Cam Sennick scored a game-high 13 points for Mt. Blue.
Bangor (15-2) 42
Hetterman 2-3-7, Thomas 2-2-6, Winchester, Blodgett 4-0-8, Henigan 2-0-4, Stewart 0-1-1, Noonan 5-2-12, Alexander 2-0-4
Mt. Blue (10-7) 29
Clements 1-0-2, Hoyt, Yardley, Backus 2-1-5, S. Berry, Hart 2-3-7, E. Berry 1-0-2, Sennick 6-1-13, James, Malone, Wiles-Rosell, Zamboni
3-pt. goals: none
Bangor    6    14    25    42           
Mt. Blue    6    18    23    29           
JV: Bangor 47-42

Brewer 77, Skowhegan 53
At Skowhegan, the Witches outscored the Indians 23-13 in the third quarter to take the lead for good.
Dom Drake and Jordan Richards posted 18 points each to pace Brewer. Blake Birmingham added 12 points.
Paul Verville led Skowhegan with 14 points and Nate Thistle netted 10 points.
Brewer (15-2) 77
Darby 1-0-2, Sasaki 3-0-8, Bessette 1-5-7, Drake 5-7-18, Burgess 0-1-1, Richards 6-2-18, Birmingham 5-1-12, Small 1-0-2, Bryer 1-0-2, Lawson 1-4-7
Skowhegan (9-8) 53
Veinotte 0-3-3, Verville 4-3-14, Lyons 0-1-1, M. Barnes 1-0-2, Thistle 4-0-10, L. Barnes 1-5-8, Wescott 3-0-8, Taylor 3-3-9
3-pt. goals: Sasaki 2, Drake, Richards 2, Birmingham
Brewer    14    27    50    77           
Skowhegan    16    29    42    53           
JV: Brewer 48-45

Mount View 40, Winslow 38
At Thorndike, Tim Alton scored four of his team’s six points in the final period to lift the Mustangs to the victory.
Alton scored a game-high 17 points for Mount View. Mike Cochrane added nine points.
Justin Murray and Mike McCann paced Winslow with 14 and 13 points, respectively.
Winslow (11-6) 38
Raymond, Kroll, Hill, Riordan 1-0-2, Murray 6-2-14, Nivison, Smith, Wheeler 1-5-7, Audet, Labrie, Price 1-0-2, McCann 5-3-13, McLaugh-lin
Mount View (14-3) 40
Keller 1-0-3, Alton 7-2-17, Cochrane 4-1-9, Mehuren 0-1-1, Albright 2-0-4, Z. Babin 0-2-2, Hughes 1-0-2, Blanchard 0-2-2
3-pt. goals: Keller, Alton
Winslow    9    20    30    38           
Mount View    10    21    34    40   

Jonesport-Beals 63, Machias 52
At Jonesport, the Royals outscored the Bulldogs 21-9 in the third quarter to pull away.
Andrew Beal’s 20-point effort paced Jonesport-Beals. Garrett Beal scored 16 points and Matt Alley tallied 13.
Matt Little paced Machias with 16 points and Noah Prescott posted 10.
Machias (8-9) 52
Prescott 4-2-10, Little 6-4-16, Jenkins 1-0-2, Getchell 4-1-9, Scoville 3-0-8, Richards 3-1-7
Jonesport-Beals (14-3) 63
Smith 1-2-4, A. Beal 6-7-20, M. Alley 6-0-13, Carter 2-1-5, J. Alley 2-1-5, G. Beal 6-3-16, Monroe
3-pt. goals: Scoville 2; A. Beal, M. Alley, G. Beal
Machias    9    22    31    52           
Jonesport-Beals    15    26    47    63           
JV: Jonesport-Beals 49-48

GHCA 80, East Grand 63
At Danforth, the Eagles bolted to a 20-point lead and never looked back.
Micah Wylie paced Greater Houlton Christian with 17 points, Ryan Campbell scored 14, Chad Duff netted 12 and Russell Socoby added 11.
Andrew Gilman poured in a game-high 28 points to pace East Grand. Abe Brittain tallied 12 points and Dustin Morse chipped in with 10.
Greater Houlton Christian (12-5) 80
Socoby 4-1-11, Duff 5-2-12, Shira 3-1-8, Campbell 7-0-14, Cummings 1-0-2, Wylie 6-1-17, Gray 2-0-4, Straubel 2-0-4, Holmes 1-0-2, Little 2-0-4, Schank 0-2-2, Bowers, Brady, Hong
East Grand (1-16) 63
Gilman 10-7-28, Morse 5-0-10, Henn 4-0-8, Ab. Brittain 4-4-12, Berry 1-0-3, Massey 1-0-2, Al. Brittain, Cousins, Kenyon, Haggerty
3-pt. goals: Socoby 2, Wylie 4; Gilman, Berry
Gr. Houlton Christ.    31    41    61    80           
East Grand    11    25    39    63           

Lincoln Acad. 74, Rockla

nd 53
At Rockland, Andrew Feltis netted 22 points to pace Lincoln Academy of Newcastle past Rockland.
Pat Mullin added 13 points and Ethan Wager 12 for the Eagles.
Aiden Hadley’s 16 points led Rockland while Chris Nolan added 12 and Dylan Meklin 11.
Lincoln Acad. (11-6) 74
Feltis 7-4-22, Wager 6-0-12, Mullin 4-2-13, McLean 4-0-8, Leavitt 1-0-2, Martin 1-3-53, Scherer 1-1-3, Riley 4-1-9
Rockland (8-9) 53
Nolan 4-3-12, Hadley 8-0-16, Meklin 5-1-11, Morrill 3-0-7, Ecker 1-0-3, Gustin 1-0-2, Harrison, Nelson, Birch, Weldon, Harjula
3-pt. goals: Mullin 3; Morrill, Nolan
Lincoln Acad.    9    29    55    74
Rockland    11    23    38    53

GSA 47, Central 41
At Corinth, Elias Springer scored 15 points, Michael Bryant had 14 and Tom Crowe added 10 as the Eagles from Blue Hill grabbed an early lead and carried it to the end for the victory.
David Lord led all scorers with 17 points and Cole Haskell contributed 10 for the Red Devils.
George Stevens Acad. (8-9) 47
Lawson 0-1-1, Springer 5-4-15, Crowe 5-0-10, Bryant 5-3-14, Kane, Doolittle 3-1-7, Dillon
Central (3-14) 41
Lord 8-0-17, Haskell 5-0-10, Melanson 2-0-4, Kelley 3-0-7, Brownell 1-1-3, Mitchell, Bubar
3-pt. goals: Springer, Bryant; Lord, Kelley
GSA     20    30    40    47   
Central    8    20    28    41   

Nokomis 56, Belfast 46
At Belfast, Chris Braley registered a game-high 33 points to spark Nokomis of Newport by Belfast.
Conner Higgins chipped in with 10 points for the Warriors.
Brad Reed netted 10 points to lead Belfast.
Nokomis (2-15) 56
Shaefer, Libby, Hartsgrove 1-0-3, Pearl 2-1-6, Braley 10-10-33, Adams, Higgins 3-4-10, Wing 1-0-3, Chipman
Belfast (1-16) 46
Kulikowski, Reed 3-4-10, Peters, Jackson 2-0-4, Beal 1-2-4, Bernosky 2-2-8, Davis 1-1-3, Mitchell 2-1-7, Webster 1-0-2, Howes 2-4-8, Heroux
3-pt. goals: Hartsgrove, Pearl, Braley 3; Bernosky 2, Mitchell 2
Nokomis      9    29    43    56
Belfast    6    20    29    46
JV: Belfast 68-65

Acadia Chr. 52, Highview Chr. 19
At Ellsworth, Matt Morse connected for 16 points to lead Acadia Christian past Highview Christian of Charleston.
Lee Smith contributed 12 points for Acadia.
Nathan Chandler’s nine points paced Highview.
Acadia Christian (2-14) 52
Smith 5-2-12, Morse 8-0-16, Carver, Richmond 3-0-6, Alexander 1-1-3, Hearn 1-0-2, Meaka 2-0-4, Clark 3-0-6, Wescott 1-0-2
Highview Christian (0-10) 19
Chandler 4-1-9, Niles 2-1-5, Sven Stienzveck 2-1-5, Park, Philbrick, Nguyen, Meng, Buza
3-pt. goals: none
Highview Chr.    3    6    12    19
Acadia Chr.    19    33    44    52

Lee 65, Penquis 35
At Lee, Ryan Beers scored 14 points to help the Pandas avenge a 20-point loss to the Patriots earlier this season.
Tony Esho tossed in 13 points, Bryan James scored 11 and Youssou Ndoye provided 12 re-bounds and four blocked shots.
Jerell Arefein led Penquis of Milo with 10 points.
Penquis (9-8) 35
Arefein 4-2-10, Badger, McLaughlin, Grinnell, Armstrong 1-0-2, Cobb 2-0-5, Russell 2-1-6, Delano 0-2-2, Larrabee 1-0-2, Artus, Herbest, Stanley 3-0-7, Johnson 0-1-1
Lee Acad. (13-4) 65
Beers 5-4-14, Esho 6-0-13, James 4-0-11, Harris 3-3-9, Be. Guido 1-0-2, Bl. Guido 2-0-4, Thurlow 1-0-2, Chase 1-0-3, Allen 0-2-2, Ndoye 1-3-5, Cropley, Chung, Doane
3-pt. goals: Cobb, Russell, Stanley; Esho, James 3, Chase
Penquis    5    17    25    35           
Lee    14    32    47    65           
JV: Lee 73-50

PVHS 60, Bangor Christian 49
At Howland, Joey McCloskey connected for a game-high 28 points to lead Penobscot Valley by Bangor Christian.
Jacob Jones added 15 points for the Howlers.
Seth Dorman led Bangor Christian with 14 points. Tyler Alexander scored 12 points while Ben Bragg posted 11.
Bangor Christian (3-14) 49
Dorman 6-0-14, Alexander 4-2-12, Bragg 4-0-11, Schmidt 2-0-4, Bran. Wilcox 2-0-5, Melcher 1-1-3, Brad. Wilcox, Swanson
PVHS (10-7) 60
McCloskey 12-4-28, Jones 6-2-15, Scopino 3-0-6, Libby, Hallett 1-0-3, Millett, Thurlow, Calendar 3-1-7, Speed 0-1-1
3-pt. goals: Dorman 2, Alexander 2, Bragg 3, Bran. Wilcox; Jones, Hallett
Bangor Christian     5    19    29    49
PVHS     12    28    45    60

Greenville 60, Forest Hills 57 (OT)
At Greenville, Tony DiAngelo scored eight of his 29 points in the fourth quarter to help Greenville erase a 15-point deficit and he had eight more in overtime as Greenville avenged an earlier loss.
DiAngelo also grabbed 11 rebounds. Emerson Sikes had nine points.
Cory Plante’s 20 points led Forest Hills of Jackman. Dylan McNally had 14 points and Evan Worster added 10 more. 
Forest Hills (12-5) 57
Plante 9-2-20, McNally 6-2-14, Worster 3-2-10, Bell 3-0-7, Conrad 2-0-4, Fitzpatrick 1-0-2
Greenville (7-8) 60
DiAngelo 10-9-29, Morrill 1-0-2, Derboghosian 3-0-6, Richards 2-1-5, Sikes 3-3-9, Jardine 2-1-6, Stafford 1-0-3, Hersey
3-pt. goals: Worster 2, Bell; Jardine, Stafford
Forest Hills     13    27    45    48    57
Greenville     15    24    30    48    60

Stearns 65, Dexter 26
At Millinocket, Garen Manzo scored 16 of his game-high 21 points in the first quarter as Stearns outscored Dexter 31-13 in the first period en route to the triumph.
Ethan Michaud had 11 points and Brandon McLaughlin scored eight more for Stearns.
Tim Gustin and Nathan Wyman had six points apiece for Dexter.
Dexter (3-14) 26
Bilodeau 1-0-3, Wilks, Russell 2-0-4, Rolfe, Wing 1-3-5, Wyman 3-0-6, Jordan 1-0-3, Stafford, Crane, Gustin 3-0-6
Stearns (14-3) 65
Herring 1-0-2, MacDonald 2-0-4, Baker 2-2-6, Bri. Bouchard 0-1-1, Michaud 5-1-11, Manzo 9-3-21, Eurich 2-0-4, McLaughlin 4-0-8, Bra. Bouchard 0-2-2, Whitney 1-0-2, McGillicuddy 0-1-1, McCleary 1-1-3, Waller, Wallace,
3-pt. goals: Bilodeau, Jordan;
Dexter     13    19    24    26
Stearns     31    45    54    65
JV: Stearns 59-25

Hermon 70, Mattanawcook 54
At Lincoln, Taylor Gross scored 23 points to lead Hermon by Mattanawcook Academy.
Josh Allen added 18 points for the Hawks.
Lance Bernier posted 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Mattanawcook. Derek Gardner added 10 points.
Hermon (8-10) 70
C. Gross 0-2-2, T. Gross 5-12-23, T. Mayhew 3-1-9, Marseille, Adams 2-1-5, Fournier 01-1, Deabay 3-0-9, Hamlin 0-2-2, C. Mayhew 0-1-1, Allen 9-0-18, Newbury
Mattanawcook (6-11) 54
L’Italien, Vicaire 3-0-6, Campbell 1-0-2, Gardner 4-2-10, Voisine, Delaite 2-3-7, Guiod 1-0-2, Hand 2-0-4, Bernier 6-6-18, O’Hara 1-3-5
3-pt. goals: T. Gross, T. Mayhew 2, Deabay
Hermon     12 &nb

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Mattanawcook     10    30    33    54
JV: MA 57-52

Foxcroft 61, PCHS 34
At Guilford, James Johnson scored 10 of his game-high 20 points in the third period as Fox-croft Academy outscored Piscataquis Community High School 20-5 to break the game open.
Ian Champeon had 12 points, Ryan Stroud had 11 and Josiah Richard scored 10 points for the winners.
Yaal Kand’s 13 points and Dylan Izbicki’s eight points and eight rebounds powered Pis-cataquis Community.
Foxcroft (14-3) 61
Johnson 9-2-20, Champeon 3-6-12, Richard 4-0-10, Stroud 4-0-11, Merrill 1-0-2, Gourley 1-0-2, Harmon, Hutchinson, Davis, Coiley 1-0-2, Rebar
PCHS (5-12) 34
Kand 3-4-13, Izbicki 3-2-8, Ward 1-0-2, Schmiedlehner 1-0-2, Steeves 2-0-4, Duby, Noble, London, Moulton, Cole 0-4-4, Cartwright 0-1-1
3-pt. goals: Stroud 3, Richard 2; Kand 3,
Foxcroft     8    22    42 61
PCHS     8    16    21    34

So. Aroostook 56, Katahdin 54
At Stacyville, Dakota Sleeper netted 21 points, including the winning basket in the final sec-onds of the game, to lift Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook past Katahdin.
Travis Casey chipped in with 15 points for the Warriors.
Brandon Robinson paced Katahdin with 16 points. Kolby Gallagher and Colton Bivighouse scored 12 points apiece while Lucas Craig added 10.
SAHS (13-4) 56
Sleeper 8-0-21, Casey 5-0-15, Diaferio 3-1-9, Goodall 4-0-8, Tarr 1-1-3, Small, Boulier
Katahdin (6-11) 54
Craig 4-1-10, Gallagher 5-0-12, Robinson 7-2-16, McNally 2-0-4, Bivighouse 4-4-12
3-pt. goals: Sleeper 5, Casey 5, Diaferio 2; Craig, Gallagher 2
SAHS      11    25    39    56
Katahdin      14    25    39    54
JV: Katahdin 47-41

Fort Kent 38, Van Buren 36
At Van Buren, Jared Soucy and Jeremy Violette scored four points each in the fourth quarter as Fort Kent outscored Van Buren 15-8 to rally for the victory.
Curtis Bouchard scored 10 points to lead the winners. Soucy and Violette had nine apiece.
Connor Lapierre’s 15 points led Van Buren. Sean Cullinan had eight more.   
Fort Kent (6-12) 38
Bouchard 4-1-10, Soucy 4-0-9, Violette 4-1-9, O’Leary 1-3-5, Rioux 1-1-3, Cyr 1-0-2
Van Buren (2-14) 36
Lapierre 7-1-15, Cullinan 2-3-8, Allen 1-1-3, Laplante 3-0-6, Rossignol 2-0-4, Theriault, Chambers
3-pt. goals: Bouchard, Soucy; Cullinan
Fort Kent     6    13    23    38
Van Buren     6    16    28    36
JV: Van Buren 57, Washburn 32

Caribou 61, Houlton 36
At Caribou, Matt Till tallied 13 points and Cameron Anderson scored 12 to power Caribou by Houlton.
Jordan Codrey and Ben Duff scored seven points apiece to lead Houlton.
Houlton (3-14) 36
Cone 0-5-5, Goetsch, Duff 2-1-7, Woodworth 1-1-3, Anderson 1-1-3, Quint 2-0-4, Bragan 2-2-6, Flewelling 0-1-1, Hanning, Codrey 3-1-7, Dickinson, Hutchinson
Caribou (12-5) 61
Caverhill 2-0-6, Thibodeau, Ouellette 1-0-2, Susee 1-5-7, Landeen, Nadeau 3-0-6, Till 5-2-13, St. Peter 1-0-2, Anderson 3-6-12, Hold-sworth 0-2-2, Jordan 1-0-2, Walker 4-1-9
3-pt. goals: Duff 2; Caverhill 2, Till
Houlton     2    10    21    36
Caribou     14    32    47    61
JV: Caribou 45-31

Fort Fairfield 59, Hodgdon 38
At Fort Fairfield, Travis Noyes netted 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to spark Fort Fairfield by Hodgdon.
Josh Booth added 13 points for the Tigers.
Josh Hudson scored 12 points to pace Hodgdon while Dan McGillicuddy scored 11.
Hodgdon (8-10) 38
Lunn 1-0-2, Hudson 6-0-12, Acott 1-0-3, D. McGillicuddy 5-0-11, McCarty 0-1-1, Lycette 1-0-2, A. McGillicuddy 2-3-7, Logie, Harris, Bea-ton, Tidd
Fort Fairfield (16-1) 59
Booth 5-0-13, Dufour 3-0-7, Noyes 8-6-22, Churchill 2-0-4, McNamee 4-1-9, Clark 0-3-3, A. Bixler, Emerson, Williams, Zhang, Michaud, Bernier
3-pt. goals: Acott, D. McGillicuddy; Booth 3, Dufour
Hodgdon     12    18    33    38
Fort Fairfield     13    30    45    59
JV: Hodgdon 36-19

Madawaska 80, Wisdom 25
At Madawaska, Jamie Cyr led four Madawaska scorers in double figures with 18 points as the Owls topped Wisdom of St. Agatha.
Tim Albert netted 15 points for Madawaska. Devan Pelletier scored 14 points while Deejay Gendreau added 12.
Andrew Malenica scored 12 points to pace Wisdom.
Wisdom (3-12) 25
Daigle 2-2-6, Roc. Chamberland 1-0-3, K. Chamberland, Malenica 4-1-12, Ouellette 2-0-4, Rob. Chamberland, Albert
Madawaska (10-5) 80
Wetmore, Cannan 2-0-5, Desrosier 3-0-6, Lee 2-0-4, D. Pelletier 5-0-14, Albert 6-2-15, Sirois 1-0-2, T. Pelletier 1-0-2, Deschenes 1-0-2, Gendreau 6-0-12, Cyr 7-3-18, Dechaine
3-pt. goals: Roc. Chamberland, Malenica 3; Cannan, Pelletier 4, Albert, Cyr
Wisdom     3    6    15    25
Madawaska     23    46    65    80

*****
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Skowhegan 57, Brewer 36
At Brewer, the Indians built a 22-point, third-quarter advan-tage en route to their 17th win without a loss.
Adrienne Davis paced Skow-hegan with 15 points and Whit-ney Jones scored 12.
Rylee Hutchins and Morgan Small netted nine points each to lead Brewer.
Skowhegan (17-0) 57
Pease 0-1-1, Noddin 3-0-6, Whittemore, Johnson 1-4-7, Davis 5-0-15, Malloy 1-0-2, Poland 3-2-8, Martineau 1-0-2, Jones 4-4-12, Perkins, Williams 0-2-2, Redman 1-0-2
Brewer (5-12) 36
Hutchins 3-1-9, Grindle 1-1-4, Adams 1-0-3, Triplett, Thompson, Houp 2-0-4, H. Nickerson 0-2-2, Small 3-2-9, McLaughlin 1-0-2, M. Nickerson, Thomas 1-1-3, Bost, Smith
3-pt. goals: Davis 5, Johnson; Grindle, Hutchins 2, Adams, Small
Skowhegan    11    27    46    57           
Brewer    6    19    24    34           
JV: Brewer 51-46

Camden Hills 63, Gardiner 45
At Rockport, Taylor Porter scored 16 points to propel the Windjammers to victory.
Jordan Knowlton scored 14 points and grabbed nine rebounds for the Windjammers. Maddie Smeaton had a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
Tricia Tzikas led Gardiner with nine points.
Gardiner (4-13) 45
Moody, Granholm 1-2-4, Weymouth 2-0-5, Bannister, Moore 1-0-2, Kozma 1-2-4, Truman 1-0-3, Lawrence 2-0-5, Pelletier 2-2-6, Tzikas 1-7-9, Macomber 3-1-7
Camden Hills (13-4) 63
Lagage 2-0-4, Duke 3-1-8, Porter 5-4-16, Holmes 4-0-8, Richards 1-0-2, Johanson, Carlsen, Steele, Heal, Smeaton 4-3-11, Knowlton 4-6-14, French, Buckheit
3-pt. goals: Weymouth, Truman, Lawrence; Duke, Porter 2
Gardiner    9    17    31    45           
Camden Hills    14    25    46    63           
JV: Gardiner 28-22

Waterville 57, MCI 25

At Pittsfield, Jen Nale tossed in 18 points to spark the Panthers to victory.
Cara Rousseau connected for 15 points for Waterville.
Whitney Houston’s seven points paced Maine Central Institute.
Waterville (11-6) 57
Karter 1-0-3, A. Frame 1-0-3, Gardner 1-0-2, Gagnon, Whitten 3-0-6, T. Frame 2-0-4, Nale 8-0-18, Gagne 1-0-2, Rousseau 6-0-15, Rey-nolds 0-2-2, Smith, Crane 1-0-2, Scott, Dixon
MCI (3-14) 25
Kitchin 1-0-2, Wright 0-1-1, Bennett, Glencross, Hughes 2-1-5, Houston 3-0-7, Alton 3-1-7, George, Morrill 1-1-3, Smedberg, Orchard, Cronkite
3-pt. goals: Karter, A. Frame, Nale 2, Rousseau 3; Houston
Waterville     17    35    43    57           
MCI    3    7    21    25           
JV: MCI 30-27

Highview Chr. 37, Acadia Chr. 36
At Ellsworth, Anita Allard scored eight points in the fourth quarter, hitting two 3-pointers, and Ami Truong provided a three-point play as the Knights rallied from a six-point deficit to beat the Seahawks.
Allard and Heather Dunfee scored 123 points each for Highview Christian of Charleston.
Brianna Springer scored a game-high 19 points to pace Acadia Christian. Justine Alexander added 13 points.
Highview Christian (2-8) 37
Truong 1-1-3, Philbrick, Strout 2-0-4, Zheng 1-2-4, Dunfee 4-4-12, Allard 5-0-12, Parker 1-0-2, Buza
Acadia Christian (0-16) 36
Hearn, Morang, Springer 7-4-19, Richard 1-0-2, Alexander 5-3-13, Bishop, Apalsch, Abbott 1-0-2, St. Gelais
3-pt. goals: Allard 2; Springer
Highview Chr.    10    15    21    37           
Acadia Chr.    2    16    27    36           

GHCA 44, East Grand 24
At Danforth, Mariah Wiley poured in 27 points to lead Greater Houlton Christian Academy by East Grand.
Shaunna Beaudoin, Kaitlyn Beaudoin and Kim Armstrong paced East Grand with seven points apiece.
GHCA (8-9) 44
E. Little 1-2-4, Smart 0-4-4, Vargas 1-0-2, S. Michaud 1-1-3, Wiley 12-0-27, McGuire 1-0-2, Barnes 1-0-2, Robertson, Lee, Duff, A. Little, Bishop, A. Michaud
East Grand (1-16) 24
S. Beaudoin 3-1-7, Lindsay 0-1-1, K. Beaudoin 1-5-7, Farley 0-2-2, K. Armstrong 3-1-7, Cowger, Gilman
3-pt. goals: Wiley 3
GHCA     10    17    34    44
East Grand     1    7    12    24

J.-Beals 57, Calvary Chapel 33
At Orrington, the Royalettes capitalized on foul trouble by pressing in the third quarter, out-scoring the Sabers 17-3 in the period to take control.
Louisa Beal and Erin Crowley tossed in 14 points each to pace Jonesport-Beals. Morgan Mer-chant scored 12 points.
Emily Mills led Calvary Chapel Christian with 13 points, while Meagan Warman netted 10.
Jonesport-Beals (7-10) 57
Merchant 5-2-12, L. Beal 6-2-14, MacLean 1-0-2, B. Beal 1-0-2, Alley 1-0-2, E. Crowley 5-2-14, Todd 1-1-3, M. Beal 3-0-8, Carver, Jones, A. Crowley
Calvary Chapel Christian (5-10) 33
Warman 5-0-10, Mills 4-5-13, Richards 0-1-1, Gulesian 3-2-9, Violette, Coleman
3-pt. goals: E. Crowley 2, M. Beal 2; Gulesian
Jonesport-Beals    8    16    33    57           
Calvary Chapel    12    20    23    33           

Medomak Valley 47, Oak Hill 37
At Waldoboro, Alanna Vose scored 18 points and Ericka Christensen scored eight of her 13 points in the fourth quarter to help the host Medomak Valley Panthers pull away.
Maggie Sabine scored 12 to lead Oak Hill of Sabattus.
Oak Hill (9-8) 37
Sabine 5-2-12, Goulet 3-0-6, Roberts 2-0-5, Lehoytay 2-1-5, Caskin 1-1-3, Hilchey 2-0-4, Beaulieu, Priest, Chaput, Safford, Tucci, Adair
Medomak Valley (13-4) 47
Vose 6-5-18, Christensen 6-1-13, Ranquist 4-0-8, Dyer 2-2-7, Severson 0-1-1, Davis, Massengale, Conary, Weaver, Rackliff, Peterson
3-pt. goals: Roberts; Vose, Dyer
Oak Hill     10    14    21    37   
Medomak Valley     8    18    30    47   
JV: Medomak 61-31

Orono 65, Sumner 36
At East Sullivan, Elizabeth Fox connected for a game-high 17 points to lead the Red Riots to victory over the Tigers.
Ally Sherman scored 13 points and Jillian Woodward added 10 for Orono.
Clarissa West and Alesha Maclean registered eight points each to pace Sumner.
Orono (14-3) 65
Fox 6-1-17, Sherman 5-3-13, Woodward 4-2-10, Keezer 3-0-6, Berry 1-0-2, Bryant 1-2-4, Paul 0-2-2, Dickey 2-2-6, Gray 0-1-1, Triandafil-lou 2-0-4, Foster, Saucier
Sumner (0-17) 36
West 3-1-8, Maclean 4-0-8, Pennartz 3-0-7, Leighton 0-1-1, Whitten 2-0-4, Tucker 2-0-5, Havey 0-1-1, Alexander 1-0-2, Delosa, Rivers, McLean
3-pt. goals: Fox 4; West, Pennartz, Tucker
Orono    17    30    44    65           
Sumner    8    14    27    36           
JV: Orono 46-25

Nokomis 63, Belfast 33
At Newport, Kara Batchelder and Marissa Shaw netted 16 points apiece as the host Warriors rolled past Belfast.
Julie Smith contributed 11 points for Nokomis.
Whitney Gross paced Belfast with seven points.
Belfast (3-14) 33
Gross 3-1-7, Curtis 1-2-5, Rae 2-1-5, Cummings 0-1-1, Rauch, Carr 1-2-4, Mansfield, Lapham 1-0-3, Nelligan 2-2-6, Woodbury 1-0-2, Drinkwater
Nokomis (13-4) 63
Badeen, Smith 4-2-11, Shaw 7-2-16, Reynolds 2-0-4, Stone 0-1-1, Dunton, Richardson 0-1-1, Batchelder 6-1-16, Perry 1-3-6, Tozier 1-0-2, Bradbury, Lyford, Watson 3-0-6
3-pt. goals: Curtis; Batchelder 3, Perry, Smith
Belfast    2    11    12    33
Nokomis    26    43    56    63
JV: Nokomis 53-37

Bangor Christian 40, PVHS 27
At Howland, Emma Johnson scored a game-high 17 points to pace Bangor Christian in its last regular-season game.
Whitney Helms scored 11 for the visiting Patriots.
Kristina Hallett led the Penobscot Valley Howlers with seven points.
Bangor Christian (16-2) 40
Johnson 5-6-17, Helms 5-1-11, Bragg 2-2-6, Dillon, Bean 3-0-6
Penobscot Valley (2-15) 27
Hallett 3-0-7, Vanadestine, Leonard 2-2-6, Taylor 2-0-4, Theriault 2-0-4, Leveille 0-1-1, Keene 1-0-2, Rancourt 1-1-3, Crawford
3-pt. goals: Johnson; Hallett,
Bangor Christian     10    17    27    40   
PVHS     8    10    19    27   

Bangor 57, Mt. Blue 25
At Bangor, Hillary Throckmorton scored a game-high 12 points and Meagan Doucette scored eight more as Bangor cruised to the victory.
Steph Comstock had seven more points for the winners.
Chelsea Thompson and Jenna Pederson combined for 12 Mt. Blue points.  
Mt. Blue (0-15) 25
Thompson 2-2-6, Pederson 3-0-6, Perron, LeClair 2-0-4, Dingley, Kobischen 2-0-4, Hilton 0-1-1, F

oy 1-1-3, Chaney, St. Laurent
Bangor (9-8) 57
Throckmorton 4-4-12, Hetterman, Tocci 2-0-6, Jordan 1-0-2, Grandchamp 1-2-4, Freudenberger 2-0-4, Doucette 4-0-8, Johnson 3-0-6, Curtis 1-0-2, Boyce 1-0-2, Comstock 3-1-7, Treadwell 2-0-4, Jackson
3-pt. goals: Visitor; Home
Mt. Blue     8    10    19    25
Bangor     10    24    40    57
JV: Bangor 54-26

Central Aroostook 64, Easton 29
At Easton, Vicki McIntyre connected for 22 points to spark the Panthers to victory.
Rachael Grew hit five 3-pointers on her way to 21 points for Central Aroostook of mars Hill.
Brooke Hammond and Sydney Trask scored eight points each to lead Easton.
Central Aroostook (16-2) 64
McIntyre 9-3-22, Grew 8-0-21, B. Hartin 2-2-6, Long 2-0-4, C. Hartin 2-0-4, Garrison 1-1-3, Cushman 1-0-2, Grass 1-0-2, York, Garrison, Fletcher
Easton (6-11) 29
Hammond 2-4-8, Trask 3-2-8, Halvorson 3-1-7, Babineau 1-2-4, Plourde 1-0-2, Hathaway, Poole, Cyr, Parlin, Dudley
3-pt. goals: McIntyre, Grew 5
Cen. Aroostook    30    41    54    64           
Easton    6    9    18    29           

Greenville 58, Forest Hills 32
At Greenville, Gretel Breton paced a balanced effort with 14 points, six rebounds and five steals as the Lakers cruised.
Saige Weeks contributed 12 points and 11 rebounds and McKenna Peat scored 12 points for the winners.
Kendra Gilbert led the way for Forest Hills of Jackman with 10 points.
Forest Hills (8-8) 32
Gilbert 4-2-10, Giroux 3-0-7, Hoyt 4-0-8, McNally 1-0-3, Carrier, Jalbert, Turner 1-2-4
Greenville (14-1) 58
M. Peat 5-2-12, Weeks 5-2-12, Breton 6-2-14, Drinkwater 3-0-6, C. Peat 1-0-2, Howard, Monroe 2-0-4, Soule 1-1-4, Lavigne, Sherman 1-0-2, Gilbert 1-0-2, Theriault, Genoa
3-pt. goals: Giroux, McNally; Soule
Forest Hills    2    13    17    32           
Greenville    15    33    46    58           

Hampden 67, Messalonskee 61
At Hampden, Katelyn DeRaps hit a pull-up jumper from the high left block with 1:02 left in overtime, during which the Broncos shot 6-for-8 from the foul line as they held off Messalonskee of Oakland.
Hampden finishes the regular season 12-6 and solidifies a spot in the eight-team Class A tour-nament.
The Broncos, who have won six straight games, needed either a win or a loss by Cony of Augusta, which played Brunswick on Tuesday, to clinch a spot.
Hampden raced out to a 33-19 halftime lead, thanks to a 20-5 run spanning the first and second quarters as Helene Sherburne scored nine points – all on 3-pointers.
But Kaitlyn Deering and the defending Eastern Maine champion Eagles (10-7) responded, as Deering scored 19 points in the third and fourth quarters while hitting both ends of a 1-and-1 with 32 seconds left to tie it at 59.
After Katie Bernatchez’s one-hander in the lane gave Messalonskee a 61-59 lead to open the overtime, the Broncos closed the period on an 8-0 run.
Coach Chad Bradbury’s club featured a balanced offense, with Sherburne leading the way with 14 points with Courtney Doyon scoring 12, DeRaps nine, Michaela Stephenson eight and Ashley Danforth seven.
Deering led all scorers with 27 points for Messalonskee while Hannah Dexter had 17.

*****
HOCKEY
Winslow 2, Orono 0

At the University of Maine’s Alfond Arena in Orono, Todd Brow scored both goals and Jessie Little made 19 saves as Winslow improved to 9-4-1.
Charlie Kriegel assisted on Brow’s second-period goal and Dalton Thompson and Justin Bou-chard assisted on his third-period goal.
Michael Brown made 29 saves for 5-9-1 Orono.

*****
COLLEGE
Men’s basketball
UM-Farmington 65, Husson 60

At Newman Gym in Bangor, Eric Lelansky tossed in 21 points as UMaine-Farmington held off Husson University.
Eric Taylor connected for 19 points while Josh Tanguay had eight points and 12 rebounds for the Beavers.
Josh Jones led the Eagles with 22 points while Jay Uhrin added 12.
UM-Farmington (7-10) 65
Gerrish 1-0-3, Dean 1-0-3, Lelansky 6-4-21, Tanguay 4-0-8, Taylor 7-5-19, Leary 1-0-2, M. Gingras, Burdin 0-2-2, T. Gingras, Kane 2-2-7
Husson (12-7) 60
Jones 6-8-22, Leighton 4-1-9, Modica 1-0-3, MacKenzie 1-0-2, Cummings, Mitchell, Libby 2-1-5, Uhrin 5-0-12, Zaharchuk 2-3-7
3-pt. goals: Lelansky 5, Gerrish, Dean, Kane; Jones 2, Modica, Uhrin 2
Halftime: UMF 31-28

Colby 74, Southern Maine 60
At Gorham, Mike Russell scored 18 points and Eric Beaulieu contributed 16 points as Colby built a 41-13 lead.
Adam Choice added 14 points and five assists.
Troy Jellison had a career-high 15 points for Southern Maine. Luke Pollock had 12 points and Otis Smith had 10 points.
Colby (16-2) 74
Woodward 2-0-4, Russell 7-4-18, Sherman 4-0-9, Choice 4-6-14, Van Loenen 2-0-5, Kone, Haylon 2-0-6, Cheever, Fischer, Concannon, Foreman, David, Swanson 1-0-2, Beaulieu 8-0-16, Rimsa
Southern Maine (2-18) 60
Sewall 1-1-3, Jellison 4-4-15, Zolper, Smith 4-1-10, Clemmer 0-3-3, LaClair 2-0-4, Kee 2-3-7, Pollock 4-3-12, Thistle, Hebert, Cushman 3-0-6, Peirce
3-pt. goals: Haylon 2, Van Loenen, Sherman; Jellison 3, Smith, Pollock
Halftime: Colby 41-13

Thomas 89, MMA 76
At Castine, Andrew Duncanson and Darrell Alexander scored 15 points each to lead the Ter-riers of Waterville.
Francisco Alicea and Isaiah Brathwaite added 14 points each for Thomas and Ricky Costa had 10.
Sam Bell led the Mariners with 13 points. Shawn Dostie, Tyler Pineo, Jarred Sternbergh and Bryant Ciomei posted 11 apiece and Ben Russell had 10.

Women’s basketball
Colby 64, Southern Maine 54

At Gorham, Diana Manduca scored a team-high 14 points off the bench to help Colby College beat the University of Southern Maine for the first time since 2001.
Alison Cappelloni and Aarika Ritchie had 12 points apiece and Rachael Mack had 11 points.
Curran Leighton had a game-high 22 points for Southern Maine. Renee Nicholas had nine points, eight rebounds and four steals and Haley Johnson had eight points, six rebounds and five steals.
Colby (16-3) 64
Mack 3-5-11, Kowalski 1-0-2, Cappelloni 3-3-12, Ritchie 3-5-12, Allen 3-0-8, Potvin, Manduca 6-0-14, McLaughlin, Bennett, Vaughan 2-1-5
USM (13-7) 54
Nicholas 3-3-9, Leighton 8-3-22, Johnson 4-0-8, DeMillo 2-2-6, Briggs, Paradis, Stevens, Jordan 2-2-7, Shutts, Cochran 1-0-2, Reid
3-pt. goals: Cappelloni 3, Allen 2, Manduca 2, Ritchie; Leighton 3, Jordan
Halftime: Colby 33-24

MMA 74, Thomas 58
At Castine, the Mariners fell behind 6-0, revived their efforts with some fresh players off the bench and cruised past the Terriers.
Sam Goda paced Maine Maritime Academy with game highs of 21 points and 12 rebounds in 16 minutes of action. Casey Everest added 15 points and Casey McCloskey posted seven assists.
Karin Bird paced Thomas of Waterville with 19 points, Mallorie Blakney had 12 and Ashley Matchett 10.

Husson 86, UM-Farmington 70
At Newman Gym in Bangor, four different Eagles scored in double figures as they knocked off UMaine-Farmington.
Brianna Hanscom and Bethany Sevey led the way with 18 points apiece for Husson while Noelle Lincoln had 17 points. Shelby Bradford added 10 points a

nd 11 rebounds.
Ashley Busque’s 20 points led the Beavers while Caitlyn Laflin had 18.
UM-Farmington (8-9) 70
Busque 7-4-20, Laflin 7-2-18, Morrison 0-2-2, Norton 1-0-2, Ross 3-2-9, Paul 1-1-3, Gordon 2-0-6, Gagne, Clement 1-0-3, Saunders 2-3-7
Husson (11-8) 86
Bradford 4-2-10, Gifford 3-2-8, Hanscom 3-12-18, Sevey 7-0-18, Barnes 1-1-3, Butterfield 1-0-3, Lincoln 5-4-17, Durgin, Albert 1-0-3, Ly-ford 1-0-2, K. Murray 2-0-4, M. Murray
3-point goals: Busque 2, Laflin 2, Gordon 2, Clement, Ross; Sevey 4, Lincoln 3, Butterfield, Albert
Halftime: Husson 49-33

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