February 12, Scores and Highlights

Posted Feb. 12, 2010, at 7:19 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
HOCKEY

Presque Isle 9, Hampden 3

COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL

College of St. Joseph (Vt.) 119, UM-Presque Isle 116 (OT)

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Castleton State 55, Thomas 45
Husson 77, Lyndon State 66
UM-Farmington 56, Green Moun-tain 48
UM-Presque Isle 86, College of St. Joseph (Vt.) 47

*****

HIGH SCHOOL

Basketball tournament
EASTERN MAINE
at Augusta Civic Center
Class A quarterfinals

A1: Girls, No. 3 Brunswick 65, No. 6 Messalonskee 55
A2: Girls, No. 7 Hampden 48, No. 2 Edward Little 35
A3: Girls, No. 4 Morse (13-5) vs. No. 5 Mount Ararat (11-7), 7 p.m.
A4: Girls, No. 1 Skowhegan 47, No. 8 Oxford Hills 35

At Bangor Auditorium
Class B quarterfinals

B1: Boys, No. 3 Mount View 46, No. 6 Old Town 38
B2: Boys, No. 2 Ellsworth 66, No. 10 Rockland 65 (OT)
B1: Girls, No. 3 Winslow 39, No. 6 Camden Hills 36

WESTERN MAINE
Class A quarterfinals
at Portland Expo

A1: Boys, No. 4 Windham 59, No. 5 Thornton 42
A2: Boys, No. 1 Cheverus 49, No. 8 Scarborough 34

Class A
Brunswick 65, Messalonskee 55

At the Augusta Civic Center, Eliza Halmo scored all seven of her points to help stake the third-seeded Dragons to an early lead that it would not relinquish.
Jacquelyn Kelly paced paced Brunswick with 16 points and Hilary Champagne added nine.
Hannah Dexter poured in a game-high 28 points to lead No. 6 Messalonskee. Abagail Stacey scored 11 points.
Messalonskee (11-8) 55
Eugley, Stacey 2-6-11, Bernatchez 0-1-1, Dexter 9-8-28, Wacome, Sucy 0-1-1, Sherman, Luettien, Bourgoin, McCafferty, Oliver 2-1-5, Deering 4-1-9, Holz
Brunswick (15-4) 65
Murano, H. Champagne 4-1-9, Halmo 2-2-7, Burton 1-3-6, M. Bryant, Pavitt, Faulkner, Kelly 6-3-16, Dearborn 4-3-11, Lucas, B. Champagne 2-0-4, Foster, Caputi 3-2-8, E. Bryant 2-0-4, Roy
3-pt. goals: Stacey, Dexter 2;
Messalonskee    5 22 35 55
Brunswick       15 35 52 65

Hampden 48, Edward Little 35
At Augusta, Katelyn DeRaps scored 13 of her game-high 15 points in the second quarter to help the seventh-seeded Broncos upend No. 2 Edward Little of Auburn in an Eastern Maine Class A quarterfinal Friday afternoon.
DeRaps’ second-quarter outburst, which included three 3-point goals, helped Hampden take a 30-19 halftime lead, and Edward Little got no closer than eight points after inter-mission.
Julia Snyder added 11 points and a game-high 11 rebounds for 13-7 Hampden, which will play No. 3 Brunswick (15-4) in a regional semifinal at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. Brunswick de-feated No. 6 Messalonskee of Oakland 65-55 in its quarterfinal earlier in the day.
Michaela Stephenson scored 10 points for Hampden.
Ashlee Arnold and Kayla Cummings scored 11 points each for 13-6 Edward Little, which finished its season with five losses in its last six games after losing star point guard Kirsten Prue to injury.

Morse 47, Mount Ararat 40
At the Augusta Civic Center, the fourth-seeded Shipbuilders held off a late charge to oust the No. 5 Eagles.
Sarah Fitzgerald paced Morse of Bath with 16 points, while Tarra Burr and Tori Field scored 13 and 12, respectively.
Tess Hitchcock tossed in a game-high 18 points to lead Mount Ararat of Topsham. Hannah Fenwick added 10.
Mount Ararat (11-8) 40
Martin 0-1-1, Ballard, T. Hitchcock 6-6-18, Bowley 1-0-2, Bolduc, Riendeau-Card 1-0-2, Fenwick 4-2-10, LeDuc 3-1-7
Morse (14-5) 47
Henrikson 1-1-3, Field 2-8-12, Skillings 1-1-3, Roy, Burr 3-4-13, Thibodeau, Hennessey, Fitzgerald 7-2-16, Dube
3-pt. goals: Burr
Mount Ararat    5    10    18    40           
Morse                7    20    34    47           

Skowhegan 47, Oxford Hills 35
At the Augusta Civic Center, Amanda Johnson and MacKenzie Smith connected for 11 points each to propel the top-seeded Indians to victory.
Adrienne Davis scored 10 points and Whitney Jones added nine for Skowhegan.
Caitlin Hanley and Abbie Eastman led No. 8 Oxford Hills of South Paris with eight points each.
Oxford Hills (12-7) 35
Hanley 3-1-8, Ladd 1-0-2, Fox 2-1-5, Mor-ton, West 1-0-3, Eastman 3-1-8, Rowe, Schultz 1-0-3, Nolan 2-2-6, DeBlois
Skowhegan (19-0) 47
Noddin 2-0-4, Johnson 4-1-11, Davis 2-5-10, Malloy, Smith 5-1-11, Poland 1-0-2, Jones 3-3-9
3-pt. goals: Hanley, West, Eastman; John-son 2, Davis
Oxford Hills      3    12    22    35           
Skowhegan    11    24    36    47

*****

Hockey
Presque Isle 9, Hampden 3

At The Forum in Presque Isle, the Wildcats erupted for five goals in the third period to put the game out of reach.
Brennen Shaw scored four goals to spark Presque Isle, while Zak Campbell tallied two. Connor Shaw, Caleb Buck and Isaac LaJoie netted a goal apiece, with Jacob Buck, Steve Ford and Jason Martin regis-tered three assists apiece for the 14-4 Wildcats.
Nic Davis made 14 saves on 17 shots.
Tom Burger paced Hampden Academy (2-14-1) with a goal and an assist. Cooper Antone and Cody McAllister scored one goal each for the Broncos. Marc Albert and Grant Alyward added an assist each.
Jacob Ward made 32 saves and faced 41 shots.

COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL
Green Mountain 63, UMF 61

At Poultney, Vt., Eric Taylor’s desperation heave connected after the buzzer as Green Mountain held on.
Rui Carmo powered the hosts with 30 points and 11 rebounds. Trent Morgan added 13 points.
Eric Lelansky tossed in 21 points to lead the University of Maine-Farmington. Eric Taylor registered a double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds.
UMaine-Farmington (9-11) 61
Tanguay 3-2-8, Taylor 5-5-15, Gerrish 1-0-2, Dean 2-0-5, Lelansky 7-2-21, Leary, M. Gingras, Burdin 2-0-5, T. Gingras 1-0-2, Kane 1-0-3
Green Mountain (7-13) 63
Johnson 3-0-8, Carmo 10-10-30, Asieduo 1-2-4, Morgan 5-1-13, Kimbrough 1-0-2, Fuel 1-0-3, Gaskin 1-0-3
3-pt. goals: Dean, Lelansky 5, Burdin, Kane; Johnson 2, Morgan 2, Fuel, Gaskin
Halftime: Green Mountain 36-33

Coll. of St. Joseph 119, UMPI 116
At Presque Isle, Doug Childs poured in 45 points, including a 14-for-15 effort from the foul line, to lift the Saints to an overtime victory over the Owls.
Brad Drysdale scored 33 points and pulled down 15 rebounds for the College of St. Joseph of Rutland, Vt. Jamie Rajda added 23 points.
Ray Mitchell paced a quintet of UMaine-Presque Isle double-figure scorers with 28 points. Devon Peaslee tossed in 21 points and handed out 10 assists, while Chris Coffin provided 20 points, 15 rebounds and nine assists. Patrick Manifold added 19 points and Kyle Corrigan contributed 14 points and eight assists.
College of St. Joseph (6-16) 119
Childs 13-14-45, Rajda 7-4-23, Drysdale 13-7-33, Jobst 2-3-7, Madison 2-0-4, McQuarrie, Hiser 0-3-3, Clark 1-1-4, Herrington
UMPI (4-14) 116
Peaslee 8-3-21, Corrigan 4-4-14, Manifold 8-3-19, Mitchell 13-2-28, Coffin 7-0-20, Martinez 2-0-5, Korhonen, Jennings, Rosser, Trask 2-0-5, Brock, Fawthrop 1-0-2, Hill 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: Childs 5, Rajda 3; Peaslee 2, Corrigan 2, Coffin 6, Martinez, Trask
Halftime: CSJ 45-43
Regulation: 100-100

UM-Fort Kent 86, Fisher 64
At Fort Kent, Brandon Fox had 17 points and nine rebounds to help lead a balanced attack by the University of Maine-Fort Kent Bengals.
Jimmy Lopez scored 17 points, Jeremy Thomas had 16, Manny Odugbela added 12, and Othniel Hyliger grabbed 17 rebounds to go with five assists for the Bengals.
Louis Williams scored 22 points and Shomari Moore added 11 points for Fisher. Each also grabbed seven rebounds.
Fisher (22-2) 64
Jones 1-0-2, Brown 2-1-5, Williams 8-4-22, Handanovic 4-0-11, Moore, Brewer 1-2-4, Henry 9-0-20, Pursell
UM-Fort Kent (16-8) 86
Fox 7-1-17, Lopez 6-2-17, Hyliger 3-2-8, Odugbela 4-2-12, Campbell 2-0-6, Thomas 5-4-16, Elias, Nagradic, Speaks, Gal, Kalajdzic 2-0-5, Belezaire 0-1-1
3-pt. goals: Handanovic 3, Williams 2, Henry 2; Lopez 3, Fox 2, Campbell 2, Thomas 2, Kalajdzic
Halftime: UMFK 48-40

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
UMF 56, Green Mountain 48

At Poultney, Vt., the Beavers shot 48 percent in the second half to pull away for the win.
Caitlyn Laflin paced the University of Maine-Farmington with 12 points and Ashley Busque netted 11.
Emma Brinley Buckley led Green Mountain College with 16 points and Chelsea Paul chipped in with 14.
UMaine-Farmington (9-11) 56
Laflin 4-3-12, Norton 1-0-3, Ross 2-1-6, Busque 5-0-11, Morrison 3-1-7, Paul 1-0-2, Gordon 1-0-3, Gagne 0-2-2, Clement 2-1-5, Saunders 2-0-4, Whitaker 0-1-1
Green Mountain (7-14) 48
Caster 1-0-2, Brinley Buckley 5-6-16, Louras 4-0-9, Jablonski 2-0-5, Paul 6-0-14, Casey 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: Laflin, Norton, Ross, Busque, Gordon; Louras, Jablonski, Paul 2
Halftime: Green Mountain 24-21

UMPI 86, Coll. of St. Joseph 47
At Presque Isle, Emily Pelletier drained five 3-pointers on her way to 17 points as the Owls rolled past the Saints.
Julie Peers tossed in 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the University of Maine-Presque Isle, while Kallie Pelletier netted 17 points and Megan Korhonen posted 11.
Brittney Garrow led the College of St. Joseph of Rutland, Vt. with 16 points and 10 rebounds.
College of St. Joseph (3-15) 47
Gunn 0-1-1, Garrow 5-5-16, Krock 1-0-2, Howard 8-2-18, Paquette 2-4-8, Labrie 1-0-2
UMPI (6-12) 86
Moore 2-2-6, Walker 2-2-6, E. Pelletier 6-0-17, Peers 7-2-16, Korhonen 3-5-11, K. Pelletier 6-2-17, Ussery 2-0-4, Kilfoil 0-1-1, Fleming 2-0-4, Sullivan 2-0-4
3-pt. goals: Garrow; E. Pelletier 5, K. Pelletier 3
Halftime: UMPI 33-26

Colby 83, Connecticut College 57
At Waterville, the Mules registered their 20th victory of the season in beating the Camels of the New England Small College Athletic Conference.
Alison Cappelloni hit four 3-pointers on her way to 16 points to spark Colby. Jil Vaughan scored 13 points, Rachael Mack and Sam Allen netted 10 each, and Julianne Kowalski posted eight points and 11 rebounds.
Jennifer Shinall led Connecticut College with 19 points. Emily Cummings added 13.
Connecticut College (8-15) 57
Je. Shinall 7-1-19, Cummings 5-0-13, Coderre 4-0-8, Towne 2-1-5, Ja. Shinall 2-0-5, Horne 2-0-4, Holak 1-0-2, Fierberg 0-2-2, Verrengia, Hutchinson, Quick, Dunleavy, Sawatzki, DeFeo
Colby (20-3) 83
Cappelloni 6-0-16, Vaughan 5-3-13, Mack 5-0-10, Allen 3-2-10, Kowalski 4-0-8, Ritchie 4-0-8, Potvin 3-1-7, McLaughlin 2-0-6, Manduca 2-0-4, Bennett 0-1-1
3-pt. goals: Je. Shinall 4, Cummings 3; Cappelloni 4, Allen 2, McLaughlin 2
Halftime: Colby 40-25

Bowdoin 80, Wesleyan 52
At Brunswick, Leah Rubega sparked a balanced offense with 16 points each as the Polar Bears cruised past the Cardinals.
Amy Hackett and Sabrina Cote tossed in 15 points each while Caitlin Hynes chipped in with 14 for Bowdoin.
Sam Lacroce’s 10 points were tops for Wesleyan.
Wesleyan (8-13) 52
Tennant 0-2-2, Lacroce 5-0-10, Gold 1-4-7, Gaffney 2-1-5, Ferdinand 3-2-9, Stewart 0-2-2, Newman 3-0-6, Van dyke, Lippe 1-0-2, Harris 4-1-9
Bowdoin (18-5) 80
Hackett 6-1-15, Hynes 5-4-14, Cote 6-0-16, Bergeron 3-0-6, Rubega 7-2-16, Donahoe 1-0-3, Coombes, Gould 3-0-6, Barry, Whitley 2-1-5
3-pt. goals: Gold, Ferdinand; Hackett, Cote 3, Donahoe
Halftime: Bowdoin 38-30

Castleton State 55, Thomas 45
At Castleton, Vt., Vanessa Powers and Christine Jaques scored 12 points each to lead the Spartans to a North Atlantic Conference victory.
Laura Cary and Kristie Dunchus added 10 points each for Castleton State.
Karin Bird paced Thomas College of Waterville with 16 points, including 12-for-12 free-throw shooting. Kellie Martel and Jess Nassetta posted 12 points each.
Thomas (3-17) 45
Nassetta 6-0-12, Evans 1-0-2, Martel 4-0-12, Chaisson, Bird 2-12-16, Blakney 0-3-3, Matchett, Lee
Castleton State (14-8) 55
Jaques 4-0-12, Crehan, Hoxsie 2-2-6, Johnson, Bolognani, Powers 5-2-12, Cary 4-2-10, Dunchus 4-1-10, Matos 2-1-5
3-pt. goals: Martel 4; Jaques 4, Dunchus
Halftime: Castleton 31-18

UM-Fort Kent 78, Fisher 38
At Fort Kent, Kristen Violette scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the University of Maine-Fort Kent past Fisher.
Maliesha Caesar had 13 points and 11 rebounds for the UMFK Bengals. Talisha Herring had 17 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and three steals.
Jackie Streeter and Tiffany Beckman each scored 13 for Fisher.
Fisher (6-17) 38
Streeter 3-7-13, McFadden 1-1-3, Wadhams 2-0-4, Beckman 6-1-13, Dennis 0-1-1, Hyatt, Ruffin 1-2-4
UMFK (14-7) 78
Violette 6-6-18, Caesar 6-1-13, Chasse 4-1-9, Garrison 2-0-4, Herring 6-5-17, F

ortune 3-1-8, Norsworthy 2-1-5, Waltz 1-2-4, Melton
3-pt. goals: Fortune
Halftime: UMFK 39-23

Women’s hockey
Boston College 3, Maine 2

At Alfond Arena in Orono, Danielle Welch and Kristina Brown scored third-period goals to propel Boston College past Maine.
Welch’s goal gave the Eagles a 2-1 lead while Brown’s provided insurance. Maine’s Myriam Croussette scored later on in the third.
Allie Thurstrom added a first-period goal for the 6-15-10 Eagles while Brown and Thurstrom both had assists. Corrine Boyles had 22 saves on 24 shots.
Dawn Sullivan scored the other goal for the 6-17-5 Black Bears while Lexie Hoffmeyer had two assists. Brittany Ott saved 23 of 26 shots.

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