February 19, Scores and Highlights

Posted Feb. 19, 2010, at 11:48 p.m.

COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL

Castleton 66, Maine Maritime 46
Husson 98, Green Mountain 68
Thomas 91, Lyndon State 73
UM-Farmington 75, Johnson State 50

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Husson 82, Green Mountain 48
Maine Maritime 52, Castleton 50
Thomas 81, Lyndon State 67
UM-Farmington 73, Johnson State 57

MEN’S HOCKEY
Bowdoin 8, Saint Anselm 4
Maine 8, UMass Lowell 4
New England College 7, Colby 3
Southern Maine 4, Wesleyan 1

WOMEN’S HOCKEY
Williams 3, Colby 0

BASEBALL
Lamar 4, Maine 2

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Basketball tourney
HIGH SCHOOL
EASTERN MAINE
Friday, Feb. 19
Class A finals

A7: Girls, No. 1 Skowhegan 38, No. 3 Brunswick 36
A7: Boys, No. 2 Edward Little 59, No. 1 Brewer 55
Class C semifinals
C5: Boys, No. 2 Calais 57, No. 3 Lee 47
C6: Boys, No. 1 Washington Acad. 68, No. 5 Foxcroft 50
C5: Girls, No. 6 Calais 53, No. 2 Central 50
C6: Girls, No. 5, Washington Academy 56, No. 1 Foxcroft 53

Saturday, Feb. 20
Eastern Maine finals
Class D

D7: Girls, No. 1 Central Aroostook (18-2) vs. No. 2 Fort Fairfield (19-1), 9:05 a.m.
D7: Boys, No. 3 Fort Fairfield (18-2) vs. No. 1 Schenck (19-1), 15 min. after girls awards
Class B
B7: Girls, No. 2 MDI (18-2) vs. No. 4 Nokomis (16-4), 2:05 p.m.
B7: Boys, No. 2 Ellsworth (17-3) vs. No. 1 Camden Hills (18-2), 15 min. after girls awards
Class C
C7: Girls, No. 6 Calais (13-6) vs. No. 5, Washington Academy (16-4), 7:05 p.m.
C7: Boys, No. 2 Calais (18-2) vs. No. 1 Washington Acad. (19-1), 15 min. after girls awards

Friday, Feb. 26
State championships
At Bangor Auditorium
Class B

Girls, EM champion vs. WM champion, 7:05 p.m.
Boys, EM champion vs. WM champion, 15 min. after girls awards

Saturday, Feb. 27
State championships
At Augusta Civic Center
Class D

Girls, EM champion vs. WM champion
Boys, EM champion vs. WM champion
Class C
Girls, EM champion vs. WM champion
Boys, EM champion vs. WM champion
At Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland
Class A
Girls, Skowhegan (21-0) vs. WM champion, 4 p.m.
Boys, Edward Little (19-2) vs. WM champion, 7 p.m.

WESTERN MAINE
Friday, Feb. 19
Class A semifinals

A5: Girls, No. 1 Scarborough 39, No. 5, Biddeford 29
A6: Girls, No. 2 Deering 45, No. 3 McAuley 35

Saturday, Feb. 20
Western Maine finals
At Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland
Class B

B7: Girls, No. 3 Greely (18-2) vs. No. 1 York (20-0), 2 p.m.
B7: Boys, No. 1 Cape Elizabeth (19-1) vs. No. 2 Falmouth (19-1), 3:45 p.m.
Class A
A7: Girls, No. 1 Scarborough (20-0) vs. No. 2 Deering (19-2), 7 p.m.
A7: Boys, No. 2 Westbrook (19-1) vs. No. 1 Cheverus (19-1), 9 p.m.
At Augusta Civic Center
Class D
D7: Girls, No. 3 Greenville (16-2) vs. No. 4 Rangeley (14-6), 1:05 p.m.
D7: Boys, No. 6 Vinalhaven (12-6) vs. No. 1 Richmond (18-1), 2:45 p.m.
Class C
C7: Girls, No. 2 Waynflete (15-3) vs. No. 1 Madison (16-4), 7:05 p.m.
C7: Boys, No. 2 Dirigo (17-3) vs. No. 1 Livermore Falls (17-3), 8:45 p.m.

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COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL
UM-Farmington 75, Johnson 50

At Farmington, Eric Taylor and Josh Tanguay had double-doubles in leading the University of Maine-Farmington past Johnson State of Vermont.
Taylor had 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Beavers, while Tanguay added 11 points and 13 rebounds. Andrew Dean had 12 points, four assists and three steals. Eric Lelansky scored 10 points, and D.J. Gerrish had six assists.
Andy Bousono led Johnson State with 14 points.
Johnson State (9-15) 50
Dodge 3-0-6, Passino 1-1-4, Martinez 3-1-9, Abass 1-0-2, Turan 1-0-2, Harper 2-2-6, Bousono 5-3-14, Patterson 0-1-1, Camisa 1-0-3, Phelps 1-0-3, Key, Clement, Elmendorf, Rhoads
UM-Farmington (11-11) 75
Gerrish 3-0-7, Dean 4-0-12, Lelansky 4-0-10, Tanguay 5-1-11, Taylor 7-0-14, Keene 1-2-4, Leary 3-0-9, Miller 0-1-1, Jean 1-0-2, Burdin 1-1-3, T. Gingras 0-2-2, Rines, M. Gingras, Lovell, Kane
3-pt. goals: Martinez 2, Passino, Bousono, Camisa, Phelps; Dean 4, Leary 3, Lelansky 2, Gerrish
Halftime: UM-Farmington 38-26

Husson 98, Green Mountain 68
At Bangor, Brock Bradford scored 20 points and collected three steals in leading Husson University to victory over Green Mountain College of Vermont.
Matt MacKenzie had 19 points for the Eagles. Joshua Jones had 10 points, 11 rebounds, five assists, two blocks and two steals. Matt Cummings chipped in four steals and four assists.
Rui Carmo had game highs of 32 points and 13 rebounds to lead Green Mountain.
Green Mountain 68
Asieduo 2-0-5, Morgan 5-4-16, Johnson 4-0-9, Carmo 10-12-32, Fuel 2-1-6, Kimbrough, Kimatarale, Gaskin
Husson 98
Jones 3-2-10, Bradford 7-0-20, MacKenzie 9-1-19, Uhrin 1-0-3, Cummings 2-0-4, Mitchell 2-0-5, Leighton 2-3-7, Modica 2-0-4, Murphy 3-0-7, Libby 3-0-7, Byron 1-0-3, Zaharchuk 4-1-9, Klages, Powers, Spaulding
3-pt. goals: Morgan 2, Asieduo, Johnson, Fuel; Bradford 6, Jones 2, Uhrin, Mitchell, Murphy, Libby, Byron
Halftime: Husson 45-35

Castleton 66, Maine Maritime 46
At Castine, Mike Knight scored 13 points as Castleton State College of Vermont topped Maine Maritime Academy.
Jared Paul, Mark Comstock and Derick Faragon each scored 11 points for Castleton.
Ben Russell led the Mariners with 13 points. Shawn Dostie added 11 points, seven rebounds and three blocks.
Castleton State (16-8) 66
Knight 6-1-13, Paul 5-0-11, Hughes 2-0-4, Cochrane 1-0-3, Comstock 5-1-11, Still 1-0-2, Schneider 2-2-6, Faragon 5-0-11, Winn 1-0-2, Briggs 1-1-3, Eisenberg, Mutspaha, Nepaulsingh, Roemer, Hall
Maine Maritime (6-18) 46
Russell 6-0-13, Bell 2-2-7, Pineo 1-2-5, Sternbergh 3-0-6, Dostie 4-3-11, Ciomei 0-2-2, Shaw 1-0-2, MulCahy
3-pt. goals: Paul, Cochrane, Faragon; Russell, Bell, Pineo
Halftime: Castleton 30-21

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
UM-Farmington 73, Johnson 57

At Farmington, Caitlyn Laflin toatled 18 points, 19 rebounds, seven assists and two steals in leading the University of Maine at Farmington past Johnson State of Vermont.
Jillian Ross added 11 points for the Beavers.
Christine Tatro led Johnson State with 15 points. Maria Gleason had 13 points and six steals.
Johnson State (7-17) 57
Gleason 4-3-13, Deuell 6-0-13, Tatro 6-2-15, Martineau 3-0-6, Locke 2-0-4, Ferrari 3-0-6, Stuart, Lavoie, Locke, Hughes
UM-Farmington (10-12) 73
Busque 3-0-9, Laflin 6-6-18, Morrison 0-1-1, Norton 3-0-6, Ross 4-2-11, Neptune 0-2-2, Paul 1-6-9, Gordon 3-0-8, Clement 2-1-5, Saunders 1-2-4, Gagne, Whitaker
3-pt. goals: Gleason 2, Deuell, Tatro; Busque 3, Gordon 2, Ross, Paul
Halftime: UM-Farmington 35-26

Maine Maritime 52, Castleton 50
At Castine, junior Katie Pushard made a layup and the following free-throw attempt with 7.9 seconds left to lift Maine Maritime Academy over Castleton (Vt.) State College.
Alexis Bennett led the Mariners with 14 points and two steals. Amethyst Cousins added 10 points, and Pushard posted five assists.
Kristie Dunches paced the Spartans with 16 points.

Husson 82, Green Mountain 48
At Bangor, Brianna Hanscom recorded 14 points and eight rebounds as Husson University defeated Green Mountain College of Vermont.
Kelli Murray had 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Eagles. Amanda Gifford totaled 11 points, six assists and five steals. Marissa Albert scored 13 points, and Shelby Bradford chipped in 10 points.
Chelsea Paul led Green Mountain with 19 points.
Green Mountain 48
Louras 3-0-8, Jablonski 2-0-5, Paul 7-3-19, Caster 1-0-3, Casey 1-1-3, Belessis, Malkin, Measheaw, Buckley

Husson 82
Bradford 3-4-10, Gifford 5-0-11, Hanscom 6-1-14, Sevey 1-0-3, Barnes 2-1-5, Lincoln 3-0-7, Durgin 1-0-2, Albert 3-4-13, Lyford 3-0-7, K. Murray 4-2-10, M. Murray, Butterfield
3-pt. goals: Louras 2, Paul 2, Jablonski, Caster; Albert 3, Gifford, Hanscom, Sevey, Lincoln, Lyford
Halftime: Husson 42-24

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Baseball
Lamar 4, Maine 2

At Beaumont, Texas, starting pitcher Matt Jebb threw four hitless innings as the University of Maine took a 1-0 lead, but the Lamar Cardinals scored three in the fifth and won their season-opener.
The Cardinals had three singles and a pinch-hit double in the fifth, and added an insurance run in the sixth courtesy of Wade Mathis’ RBI double. Quentin Luquette had two singles, an RBI and a stolen base. Eric Harrington pitched six innings to earn the victory.
Tyler Patzalek singled twice and drove in one run for the Black Bears. Ian Leisenheimer and Tony Patane each hit two singles.
Maine (0-1)    000 100 100    — 2 7 0
Lamar (1-0)    000 031 00x    — 4 7 1

Jebb, Bilodeau (6) and Lugbauer; Harrington, Steward (7), Holley (8) and Latulippe, Campbell (6)

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