February 8, Scores and Highlights

Posted Feb. 08, 2010, at 10:17 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
HOCKEY

Lawrence 6, Orono 1

COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL

Maine 84, UMBC 63

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Hockey
Lawrence 6, Orono 1
At Alfond Arena in Orono, Brad MacKenzie made 31 saves on 32 shots to lead the Lawrence Bulldogs past Orono.
Jeshua Dearborn and Matthew Woodbury each had a goal and an assist for the 9-7 Bulldogs. Jordan Nutting, Robert Banks, Christian Carpenter and Ben Pearson each scored a goal. Devan Belanger had two assists.
Matt Cloutier scored a gaol for the 5-10-1 Red Riots. Michael Brown and Dan Fowler combined to make 25 saves on 31 shots.

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SKIING
HIGH SCHOOL
Aroostook Ski Championship
At Lonesome Pines, Fort Kent
Boys Giant Slalom
Fort Kent 17, Central Aroostook 28, Caribou 45, Presque Isle 90

1. Shane Miller (CA) 1:34.78, 2. Jesse Guimond (FK) 1:36.22, 3. Logan Doak (FK) 1:38.40, 4. Ethan McDuffie (Car) 1:39.64, 5. Kurtis Mor-neault (FK) 1:40.45, 6. Caleb Jewett (CA) 1:40.51, 7. Dustin Dubay (FK) 1:40.81, 8. Ethan Stiles (CA) 1:42.02, 9. Ted Martin (FK) 1:42.71, 10. Timothy Freme (Car) 1:42.71, 11. Taylor Garrison (CA) 1:43.06, 12. Connor Prescott (FK) 1:43.14, 13. Josh Cook (CA) 1:43.58, 14. Ben Blackstone (Car) 1:43.60, 15. Adam Curtis (PI) 1:43.77
Boys Slalom
Central Aroostook 15, Fort Kent 24, Caribou 60, Presque Isle 70

1. Jesse Guimond (FK) 1:14.82, 2. Caleb Jewett (CA) 1:17.78, 3. Shane Miller (CA) 1:18.21, 4. Logan Brewer (CA) 1:20.15, 5. Logan Doak (FK) 1:20.66, 6. Ethan Stiles (CA) 1:21.08, 7. Taylor Garrison (CA) 1:21.09, 8. Brandon Ouellette (FK) 1:23.52, 9. Adam Curtis (PI) 1:23.61, 10. Ted Martin (FK) 1:23.99, 11. Dustin Dubay (FK) 1:24.52, 12. Ethan McDuffie (Car) 1:25.13, 13. Josh Cook (CA) 1:26.13, 14. Connor Prescott (FK) 1:26.50, 15. Kurtis Morneault (FK) 1:26.54
Girls Giant Slalom
Caribou 18, Fort Kent 21, Presque Isle 62

1. Roxy Pelletier (FK) 1:43.57, 2. Lydia Kieffer (Car) 1:44.83, 3. Laura Collings (Car) 1:45.19, 4. Sam Landry (FK) 1:46.34, 5. Jessica Zby-lut (Car) 1:46.58, 6. Hallie Bartlett (PI) 1:48.47, 7. Maise Albert (FK) 1:49.57, 8. Elizabeth Barbosa (Car) 1:50.13, 9. Kayla Davenport (FK) 1:50.88, 10. Kenzie Clark (Houlton) 1:51.05, 11. Ginger Kieffer (Car) 1:52.08, 12. Kate Morneault (FK) 1:53.91, 13. Savanah Paradis (FK) 1:54.08, 14. Abby Small (Car) 1:54.74, 15. Chelsea Carroll (PI) 1:55.62
Girls Slalom
Fort Kent 17, Caribou 21, Presque Isle 54

1. Lydia Kieffer (Car) 1:25.72, 2. Sam Landry (FK) 1:29.70, 3. Laura Collins (Car) 1:30.08, 4. Roxy Pelletier (FK) 1:30.58, 5. Kayla Dave-port (FK) 1:34.43, 6. Maise Albert (FK) 1:34.73, 7. Jessica Zbylut (Car) 1:35.59, 8. Kenzie Clark (Houlton) 1:36.77, 9. Sasha Valcourt (FK) 1:38.45, 10. Hallie Bartlett (PI) 1:39.02, 11. Ginger Kieffer (Car) 1:40.68, 12. Whitney Babin (FK) 1:40.74, 13. Elizabeth Barbosa (Car) 1:43.89, 14. Chelsea Carroll (PI) 1:44.50, 15. Savanah Paradis (FK) 1:44.51

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PLAYER HONORS
HIGH SCHOOL
KVAC Class A All-Conference Selections
Girls
North

First team, Bangor: Hillary Throckmorton; Messalonskee: Hannah Dexter; Skowhegan: Whitney Jones, Amanda Johnson, Kenzie Smith; second team, Bangor: Kate Treadwell; Hampden: Julia Snyder; Messalonskee: Kaitlyn Deering, Holly Oliver; Skowhegan: Adrienne Davis; player of the year: Hannah Dexter (Messalonskee); coach of the year: Heath Cowan (Skowhegan)
South
First team, Cony: Mackenzie Dufour; Edward Little: Kirsten Prue; Morse: Sarah Fitzgerald; Mount Ararat: Hannah Fenwick; Oxford Hills: Lindsay Fox; second team, Brunswick: Jacki Kelly, Lydia Caputi; Edward Little: Kayla Cummings; Morse: Tarra Burr; Mount Ararat: Tess Hitchcock; player of the year: Kirsten Prue (Edward Little; coach of the year: Mike Hart (Morse)
All-Academic Team
Bangor: Mary Jane Boyce, Kristina Curtis, Katharine Freudenberger, Melanie Jackson, Breianna Tocci; Brewer: Amy Adams; Bruns-wick: Eliza Halmo; Cony: Julia Bush, Mackenzie Dufour, Amy Jones; Edward Little: Kayla Cummings, Kirsten Prue; Erskine: Megan Helm, Kaci Hudson; Lawrence: Courtney Langley; Lewiston: Ruth Choate, Patricia DeFosse; Messalonskee: Kaitlyn Deering, Ariana Perry; Morse: Sarah Fitzgerald, Meagan Hennessey, Hannah Roy; Mt. Blue: Jenna Pederson, Chelsea Thompson; Oxford Hills: Lindsey Fox, Caitlin Hanley, Allison Nolan; Skowhegan: Elizabeth Noddin, Jaimi Poland, Jenna Williams
Boys
North

First team, Bangor: Clark Noonan, Zach Blodgett; Brewer: Dom Drake, Ray Bessette; Hampden: Graham Safford, Jacob Moore; second team, Hampden: Noah Burditt; Lawrence: Bobby Belanger; Mt. Blue: Ryan Backus, Cam Sennick; Skowhegan: Paul Verville; player of the year: Jacob Moore (Hampden); coach of the year: Jim Bessey (Mt. Blue)
South
First team, Brunswick: Rashon Edgerton; Cony: Ryan Minoty; Edward Little: Yusef Iman, Bowen Leary, James Philbrook; Lewiston: Ronnie Turner; second team, Brunswick: Stephen Carter, Mitchell Black; Cony: Jake Lachance; Morse: Alonzo James; Mount Ararat: Will Gerencer; player of the year: Yusef Iman (Edward Little); coach of the year: Todd Hanson (Brunswick)
All-Academic Team
Bangor: Jonathan Glazier, Stephen Hall, Nathan Henigan, Clark Noonan; Brewer: Tyler Bessette, Jake McCrea, Colby Small; Cony: Jason Burns, Jacob Lachance; Edward Little: James Philbrook; Hampden: Jonathan Lester, Nolan Turner; Lawrence: Bobby Belanger; Lewiston: Matt Beauparlant, Gerard Ouellette; Messalonskee: Reggie Clark; Morse: Michael Walton; Mount Ararat: William Gerencer; Oxford Hills: Ethan Davidson, Kyle Farrar, Andrew Keniston, Carly Taylor; Skowhegan: Jordan Taylor, Devin Withee

COLLEGE
North Atlantic Conference
Fall All-Academic Team

Husson, men’s soccer: Joey Kane, Mark Trombly; women’s soccer: Caitlyn Butterfield, Janna Clukey, Megan LaJoie, Jenn Plourde, Kylan Smith, Shelby Bradford; field hockey: Diann Ramsey, Jillian Morin, Courtney Allen, Caitlin Pelletier, Lindsay Barnes
UM-Farmington, field hockey: Emma Deans, Jessie LaCasse, Ashley Wyman; women’s cross country: Emily Farley, Ashley Mace; volleyball: Caitlin Flaherty, Jenna Rowan; golf: Nick Waltz
Maine Maritime, women’s soccer: Kelsie Eiane, Katie Hutchinson, Lacey Jackson; volleyball: Jaymie Frederick, Katherine McMillan, Amy Young; men’s soccer: Omar Chaar; men’s cross country: Lucas Miller
Thomas, field Hockey: Ali Kriegel, Nicole Grant; volleyball: Sarah Marckoon; golf: Steve Falco
Saint Joseph’s, field hockey: Allison Zellers, Julia Ostrowski, Alyssa Dunn, Kerrie Boutin

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PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Maine Men’s Basketball Coaches and Writers Association

Jarrad DeVaughn (Thomas College freshman), men’s basketball rookie and North Atlantic Conference rookie, averaged 15 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals in a 2-1 week.
Jimmy Lopez (University of Maine at Fort Kent senior), men’s basketball, scored a career-high 34 points in a 91-88 road win over the University of Maine at Presque Isle.

Maine Women’s Basketball Coaches Association
Curran Leighton
(University of Southern Maine freshman), women’s basketball rookie, averaged 23.5 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 blocks and 2 steals in a 1-1 week.

North Atlantic Conference
Caitlyn Laflin
(University of Maine at Farmington senior from Farmingdale), women’s basketball and Maine Women’s Basketball Asso-ciation co-player, averaged 19 points and 20 rebounds in an 0-2 week.

NESCAC
Alex Gallant
(Bates College junior from Bangor), men’s basketball co-player, had a career-high 24 points in 24 minutes in leading Bates to a 76-47 win over Amherst Friday. He added 18 points and seven rebounds in a win over Trinity Sautrday.
Rachael Mack (Colby College sophomore from Augusta), women’s basketball and Maine Women’s Basketball Association co-player, averaged 13.3 points, 7.7 rebounds and 3.0 blocks in a 3-0 week.

Hockey East
Scott Darling
(University of Maine sophomore goalie), defensive player, went 2-0-0 in a sweep over New Hampshire with a 2.50 goals against average and a .917 save percentage.

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GOLF
LOCAL
At Dexter Muni
Indoor League

Gross: Shane Baxter, Jimmy Costedio, Rick Sherburne 53; net: Andy Bando

la, Duffy Dyer, Rick Seamans, Bob Speigel 50; pins: No. 2 Ken Pooler 5-0, No. 8 John White 8-1, No. 13 Rick Seamans 3-6, No. 17 Jimmy Costedio 11-1; long drive: No. 16 Josh White 304 yards; straight drive: No. 16 Ken Gardner one yard from center; long putt: Rick Sherburne 46-0

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ROAD RACING
LOCAL
At Houlton, Saturday
26th Wild Katahdin Trust Snow Run 5K

1. Alfred Hanscom 17:50, 2. Kurt Wisler 18:55, 3. Chris Rines 19:22, 4. David Tree 19:30, 5. Joe Ewings 19:53, 6. Leo Kashian 20:45, 7. Matt Seder 21:27, 8. Rob Lagner 21:29, 9. Angela Ewings 21:38, 10. Wil McGee 21:43, 11. Tom Kirby 21:47, 12. Larry Tonzi 22:04, 13. Mi-chelle Roy 22:05, 14. Chris Filteau 22:17, 15. Susan Plissey 22:32, 16. Richard Cleary 22:41, 17. Linda Mountain 22:42, 18. Lou Lainey 22:52, 19. Evan Lewis 23:09, 20. Trevor Levesque 23:21, 21. Darren Pesut 23:31, 22. Tom Weston 23:37, 23. Robbie McArdle 23:42, 24. Nicole Porter 24:01, 25. Dan Radatz 24:02
Age group winners, 14 and under, male: Trevor Levesque 23:21; female: Jenna Stanley 30:45; 15-18, male: Tim Chase 28:26; fe-male: Kelley Kashian 27:52; 19-29: Kurt Wisler 18:55; female: Susan Plissey 22:32; 30-39, male: Alfred Hanscom 17:50; female: Michelle Roy 22:05; 40-49, male: Joe Ewings 19:53; female: Angela Ewings 21:38; 50-59, male: David Tree 19:30; female: Brenda Tree 30:30; 60 and over, male: Larry Tonzi 22:04

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YOUTH HOCKEY
BANTAMS
At Sawyer Arena, Bangor
Bangor Travel 2, Lewiston Jr. Maineiac 2

Bangor goals: Nate Bach, Jay Bishop; goalie: Ryan Manning; Lewiston: Mthew Keaney, Calvin Stewart; goalie: John Marcous
Bangor Travel 2, MCSA Travel 1
Bangor goals: Sam Sherwin, Chapin Frost; goalie: Sam Lander; MCSA: Jack Orne; goalie: Beau Lewis

At Mid Coast Ice Arena, Rockport
MCSA Travel 5, Bangor Travel 2

MCSA goals: John Davee, Jack Orne, Preston Spear, Simon Lyden, Grayson Szumlas; goalie: Beau Lewis; Bangor: Chapin Frost, Brendan Moore; goalies: Ryan Manning, Sam Lander

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