February 3, Scores and Highlights

Posted Feb. 03, 2010, at 8:38 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
BOYS BASKETBALL

Ellsworth 61, Bucksport 55
Old Town 36, MDI 34

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Central 44, George Stevens 41
Deering 48, Portland 41
Fort Fairfield 47, Washburn 34
Foxcroft Acad. 37, Piscataquis 17
Hall-Dale 59, Winthrop 41
Hermon 43, Mattanawcook 39
Hodgdon 43, Katahdin 33
Lisbon 61, Georges Valley 47
Livermore Falls 50, Carrabec 28
Madawaska 48, Van Buren 22
Narraguagus 54, Calais 48
Penquis 57, Lee 46
Presque Isle 46, Caribou 35
Rangeley 56, Pine Tree Acad. 27
So. Aroostook 71, Ashland 41
Stearns 29, Dexter 25

HOCKEY
Brewer 7, Lawrence 2

*****
COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL

Vermont 64, Maine 51
Wentworth 73, U-New England 65

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
St. Joseph’s 74, Pine Manor 41
U-New England 55, Wentworth 52
Vermont 64, Maine 44

*****
HIGH SCHOOL
Boys basketball
Ellsworth 61, Bucksport 55

At Bucksport, Ryan Petros scored 22 of his 27 points in the second half to lift Ellsworth past Bucksport.
The Eagles went 6-for-7 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter.
Andrew Austin added 12 points for Ellsworth.
Sophomore Mat Swazey led the Golden Bucks with 14 points. Senior Brandon Flegel had 11 points and 10 rebounds and senior Cody Farrell added 10 points.
Ellsworth (14-3) 61
Card 1-4-6, Austin 6-0-12, Petros 10-7-27, Folmer 4-1-10, Saunders 3-0-6, Emeigh, Holt, Palmer, Carter, Sawyer, Richie
Bucksport (7-11) 55
Farrell 3-2-10, French 3-2-9, Walker 1-0-2, Redman 4-0-9, Flegel 5-1-11, Swazey 6-2-14, Bailey, Nason, Alvarado
3-pt. goals: Folmer; Farrell 2, French, Redman
Ellsworth    10    24    43    61
Bucksport    9    25    41    55

JV: Bucksport 50-45

Old Town 36, MDI 34
At Old Town, a layup by senior Josh Boucher with three seconds left gave Old Town the win over Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor.
Luke Bartlett and Bronson Merry each scored 10 points for the Coyotes.
Caleb MacDonald and Jayson Burke scored 10 points apiece for the Trojans.
MDI (10-7) 34
MacDonald 5-0-10, Norwood 3-1-7, Chisholm 3-1-7, Burke 5-0-10, Records, J. Walls, O’Neil, B. Walls, Joy
Old Town (12-6) 36
Bartlett 4-2-10, Clark 0-2-2, Kochis 1-0-2, Boucher 4-1-9, Abbott 0-3-3, Merry 3-4-10, Boyington, Libby
3-pt. goals: none
MDI             6    16    29    34
Old Town    6    15    22    36

*****
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Narraguagus 54, Calais 48

At Calais, Andrea Perry scored 12 of her 31 points in the fourth quarter, and was 8-for-9 from the free throw line, to lead Narraguagus of Harrington past Calais.
Calais played the Knights in three of its final four games.
Allison Hill led the Blue Devils with 14 points. Rebecca Redding scored 13 points.
Narraguagus (9-8) 54
Perry 10-9-31, Foss 2-2-7, Beal 2-1-7, Burke 1-3-5, Eckert 1-0-2, Albee 0-2-2, Ramsay
Calais (11-6) 48
Hill 5-0-14, Redding 5-1-13, Young 2-3-8, Clement 0-2-2, Brown 1-0-2, Blake 2-1-5, Osborn 2-0-4, McVicar, Hollingdale, Cavanaugh
3-pt. goals: Perry 2, Beal 2, Foss; Hill 4, Redding 2, Young
Narraguagus    11    25    32    54
Calais                 9    19    25    48

JV: Calais 40-35

Lisbon 61, Georges Valley 47
At Lisbon, Renee Moore totaled 18 points and 15 rebounds in leading Lisbon past Georges Valley of Thomaston.
Jessica Campbell had 13 points for Lisbon.
Freshman Kennadi Grover paced Georges Valley with 16 points. Jill Bradbury added 11 points.
Georges Valley (8-10) 47
Snow 1-0-2, Rich 1-1-3, Bradbury 4-3-11, Ames-Allen 1-3-6, Haskell 2-1-5, R. Frye 2-0-4, Grover 5-1-16, Mazurek, Wallace
Lisbon (13-5) 61
Fitzgerald 0-2-2, Cloutier 1-0-2, R. Brannon 1-0-2, Fournier 1-0-2, Campbell 4-5-13, Moore 5-6-18, Linnell 4-0-8, Harmon 3-0-9, Morse
3-pt. goals: Grove 5, Ames-Allen; Harmon 3, Moore 2
Georges Valley    7    16    29    47
Lisbon                20    29    45    61

JV: Lisbon 59-25

Central 44, George Stevens 41
At Blue Hill, Hannah Pray made all four free throw attempts in the fourth quarter to help lead Central of Corinth past George Stevens Academy.
Bekah Campbell led the Red Devils with 17 points. Pray added 12 points.
India Frazier scored 17 points for the Eagles. Stevie Theoharidis had 12 points.
Central (14-3) 44
McHugh 1-1-3, Day 1-2-4, Pray 3-6-12, Trafton 2-0-4, Portmann 2-0-4, Campbell 8-1-17, Speed, Brownell, Blanchard
George Stevens (10-7) 41
Brown 3-0-6, Frazier 5-7-17, A. Clapp 1-2-4, VanderEb 1-0-2, Theoharidis 5-2-12, L. Clapp, Gray, Kane, Brann
3-pt. goals: none
Central                  12    24    32    44
Georges Stevens    7    18    30    41

JV: Central 33-32

Foxcroft 37, Piscataquis 17
Lougee scores 1,000th point
At Dover-Foxcroft, senior center Vanessa Lougee scored 12 points, including the 1,000th of her career, as the Ponies cruised to the victory.
Lougee entered the game needing just seven points to reach the milestone, which she achieved with 1:33 left in the first quarter.
Lougee became just the second girls’ basketball player at Foxcroft to score 1,000 points, following Kelly Dow, who played from 1993 through 1997.
Jessica Bell led Piscataquis of Guilford with seven points.
Piscataquis (3-14) 17
Carr 1-0-2, Martell 1-0-3, Hooper, Burdin 0-1-1, Morrill, Shaffer, Bell 3-0-7, Hoak, Riitano 2-0-4
Foxcroft Academy (14-3) 37
Seavey 1-0-2, Withee 2-2-7, R. Keane, Hobbs 1-0-2, Boss 1-0-2, Adkins, M. Keane, Sharrow, Fletcher 2-1-5, Flanders 2-1-5, Kendall 1-0-2, Lougee 6-0-12
3-pt. goals: Martell; Withee
Piscataquis     5    9    13    17
Foxcroft        15    28    32    37

JV: Foxcroft Acad. 38-29

Penquis 57, Lee Academy 46
At Milo, Kristyn Chapman scored nine of her 16 points in the fourth quarter to help lead Penquis past Lee Academy.
Shelby Fowles had 11 points and 10 rebounds in the Patriots’ last home game. Shelby Weston added 10 points.
Alaina Hamilton paced the Pandas with 16 points. Jenna Cowan scored 10 points.
Lee Academy (3-14) 46
Hersom 1-0-2, Thornton 3-2-8, Mallett 2-0-4, Grass 3-0-6, Cowan 3-3-10, Hamilton 6-4-16, Kerr, Rideout, Dill
Penquis (7-10) 57
Chapman 5-5-16, Fowles 4-1-11, Larson 2-0-5, Zambrano 1-3-5, C. Bess 1-0-2, Weston 2-6-10, H. Bess 3-2-8, Worster
3-pt. goals: Cowan; Fowles 2, Chapm

an, Larson
Lee Academy    15    29    40    46
Penquis               11    31    41    57

JV: Lee Academy 40-35

Stearns 29, Dexter 25
At Dexter, Stearns of Millinocket hit five of its seven field goals for the game from beyond the 3-point arc to outlast the Tigers.
Becca Leavitt scored 11 points to lead Stearns.
Callie Theodore and Shelby Lancaster each scored eight points for Dexter, which shot just 2 of 12 from the free-throw line.
Stearns (13-4) 29
Leavitt 2-5-11, Marter 3-2-9, Johnson 2-2-8, Pelkey 0-1-1, Levesque, Rollins, Beaulieu
Dexter (11-6) 25
Theodore 4-0-8, Lancaster 3-1-8, Murray 2-0-6, Ca. Mountain 1-1-3, Bell, Cr. Mountain, Gustin, Atwater
3-pt. goals: Leavitt 2, Johnson 2, Marter; Murray 2, Lancaster
Stearns     8    16    20    29
Dexter     10    12    19    25

JV: Dexter 34-18

Hermon 43, Mattanawcook 39
At Lincoln, Ashley Thayer scored 14 points to help lead Hermon past Mattanawcook Academy.
Brooke Hanscom and Taylor Hawkins each scored 10 points for the Lynx.
Hermon (10-8) 43
Kelley 2-0-4, King 3-0-6, Thayer 2-9-14, Snow 2-5-9, Nickerson 3-0-6, Davenport 1-2-4, Ross
Mattanawcook (10-7) 39
Gardner 2-1-5, Libbey 1-4-6, Hanscom 4-0-10, Hawkins 5-0-10, Fortin 4-0-8, Gulesian, O’Hara, Paul
3-pt. goals: Thayer; Hanscom 2
Hermon               0    14    26    43
Mattanawcook    9    13    21    39

JV: Mattanawcook 43-38

Presque Isle 46, Caribou 35
At Presque Isle, Chandler Guerrette scored a game-high 20 points, including six in the third period when Presque Isle built a five-point lead, to help lead the Wildcats past upset-minded arch-rival Caribou.
Kayla Richards had eight points for the winners, who were deadlocked at halftime.
Jenna Selander’s 16 points and Danielle Soucy’s eight led Caribou.
Caribou (8-10) 35
Martin, Michaud 1-1-3, Soucy 4-0-8, Selander 6-3-16, Violette, Massey 2-2-6, Doak 1-0-2
Presque Isle (16-1) 46
Ireland, Nickerson 0-5-5, Guerrette 6-5-20, Bernier, Kierstead, Richards 2-4-8, Park, Johnston 2-0-6, Kofstad 2-0-5, Coffin, Stewart 0-2-2
3-pt. goals: Selander; Guerrette 3, Johnston, Kofstad
Caribou             8    21    27    35
Presque Isle     8    21    32    46

JV: PI 35-27

So. Aroostook 71, Ashland 41
At Ashland, Jasmine Rockwell scored 14 of her game-high 20 points in the first half as Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook built an 11-point halftime lead en route to the win.
Liz Goodall had 19 points for the winners, Evangeline Goodall had 11 and Shelby Hartin scored nine points.
Adrianna Paradis’ nine points, Taylor Baker’s eight and Macie Pelkey’s seven points led Ashland.
Southern Aroostook (15-2) 71
Jas. Rockwell 5-9-20, L. Goodall 7-5-19, E. Goodall 3-5-11, Raymond, Jan. Rockwell 2-0-5, Sommers 1-2-4, Dubois 0-1-1, Nadeau, Tarr, Hartin 4-1-9
Ashland (7-10) 41
Paradis 4-0-9, Baker 2-4-8, Pelkey 3-0-7, LaBelle 3-0-6, Cote 2-0-6, Tilley 1-1-3, Jimmo 1-0-2, Hammond, Graham, Donovan, Casey
3-pt. goals: Jas. Rockwell, Jan. Rockwell; Paradis, Pelkey
So. Aroostook     16    32    45     71
Ashland                 6    21    30    41

Hodgdon 43, Katahdin 33
At Hodgdon, Chelsea Sloat scored 23 points to power Hodgdon past Katahdin of Stacyville.
Jillian London had 10 points and 16 rebounds for the Hawks. Destiny Ellis added 12 rebounds.
Olivia McNally scored 16 points for the Cougars.
Katahdin (5-13) 33
Rush 1-0-2, Duffy 1-0-3, Fogarty 2-0-4, O. McNally 5-4-16, Cyr 3-0-6, Patterson 1-0-2, Smallwood, Merry, B. McNally
Hodgdon (7-10) 43
Quint 0-1-1, Sloat 6-8-23, London 6-0-10, Jurson 3-0-6, Ellis 1-1-3, Ryan, Willette, Davies, McQuarrie, Levesque
3-pt. goals: McNally 2, Duffy; Sloat 3
Katahdin    8    18    18    33
Hodgdon    12    23    33    43

Fort Fairfield 47, Washburn 34
At Washburn, Brooke Beaulieu scored 10 of her 12 points in the third quarter as the Tigers outscored Washburn 17-6 to break open a close game,
Amanda Hotham led Fort Fairfield with 19 points, including a 15-of-18 effort from the free-throw line.
As a team, Fort Fairfield made 23 of 27 free throws.
Becca Campbell led Washburn with eight points.
Fort Fairfield (17-1) 47
Hotham 2-15-19, Beaulieu 5-2-12, Tracy 3-1-7, C. Churchill 2-5-9, Wilson, S. Churchill
Washburn (13-5) 34
R. Saucier 2-1-6, Chandler 3-0-6, Hernandez 1-1-3, Sjoberg 2-1-5, Campbell 2-4-8, M. Saucier 2-2-6, Doody, Cochran
3-pt. goal: R. Saucier
Fort Fairfield     11    23    40    47
Washburn        11    19    25    34

Madawaska 48, Van Buren 22
At Van Buren, Emma Dionne scored 17 points to lead the Owls to victory.
Madawaska pulled away by outscoring Van Buren 14-0 in the second quarter.
Ashlie Wilson scored 17 points to pace Van Buren.
Madawaska (7-10) 48
Perker 1-0-2, Cormier 1-0-2, Dugal 2-0-4, Dixon 1-0-2, Williams 3-0-7, Nadeau 3-0-6, N. Cyr 2-3-7, H. Cyr 0-1-1, Sirois, Dionne 7-3-17
Van Buren (1-16) 22
Bourgoin 1-0-2, V. Rioux, Wilson 7-3-17, Martin, Parent, J. Ouellette 1-0-3, C. Rioux, Maldonado, M. Ouellette, Dumond
3-pt. goals: Williams; J. Ouellette
Madawaska    7    21    31    48
Van Buren      5    5    16    22

*****
ICE HOCKEY
Brewer 7, Lawrence 2

At Sukee Arena in Winslow, Alec Pacheco scored three power-play goals in the third period as the Witches pulled away to improve their record to 12-1-1.
Pacheco also had two assists in the game.
Evan Nadeau scored twice for Brewer, which led 2-1 after one period and 4-1 after two periods. Nick Risser and Jacob Chapman each had a goal and an assist, while Tyler White had three assists.
Goalie Eric White made 22 saves on 24 shots for the Witches, the top-ranked team in Eastern Maine Class B.
Matt Woodbury scored a pair of unassisted goals for Lawrence of Fairfield. Brad McKenzie made 38 saves on 45 shots for the 8-7 Bulldogs.

*****
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
St. Joseph’s 74, Pine Manor 41

At Standish, Meghan Daigle had 20 points, 14 rebounds and four assists in leading Saint Joseph’s College to victory over Pine Manor.
Megan McDevitt added 15 points and nine rebounds for the Monks. Ashley Geel chipped in 13 rebounds.
Enjolee Phillips led Pine Manor with 14 points.
Pi

ne Manor (0-16) 41
Nelson 3-3-11, Wright 2-4-8, Phillips 6-0-14, Pham 1-0-2, Simpson-Hobbs 0-3-3, Washington 1-1-3
Saint Joseph’s (10-10) 74
Geel 2-1-5, Drake 3-0-7, Freeman 3-0-8, Daigle 7-6-20, McDevitt 6-0-15, Cloutier 2-0-5, Lamb 2-2-6, Shufelt 3-0-8
3-pt. goals: Nelson 2, Phillips 2; McDevitt 3, Freeman 2, Shufelt 2, Drake, Cloutier
Halftime: St. Joseph’s 36-20

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