Feb. 27-28 Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted Feb. 28, 2010, at 10:11 p.m.

BASKETBALL TOURNEY
HIGH SCHOOL
STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Saturday, Feb. 27
At Augusta Civic Center
Class D

Girls, Fort Fairfield 67, Greenville 59
Boys, Schenck 65, Richmond 43
Class C
Girls, Calais 44, Madison 38
Boys, Washington Academy 70, Dirigo 58
At Cumberland County Civic
Center, Portland
Class A

Girls, Scarborough 52, Skowhegan 32
Boys, Cheverus 55, Edward Little 50
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HOCKEY TOURNEY
HIGH SCHOOL
Eastern Maine
Semifinals
Saturday, Feb. 27
Class A
At Colisee, Lewiston

A4: No. 4 St. Dominic 2, No. 1 Lewiston 0
A5: No. 2 Waterville 7, No. 3 Bangor 2
Class B
At Sukee Arena, Winslow
B2: No. 1 Brewer 10, No. 5 Lawrence 2
B3: No. 3 Presque Isle 3, No. 2 Winslow 2
Regional finals
Tuesday, March 2

Class A
At Colisee, Lewiston

A6: No. 4 St. Dominic (12-8) vs. No. 2 Waterville (13-6-1), 6 or 8:30 p.m.
Class B
At Alfond Arena, Orono
B4: No. 1 Brewer (17-1-1) vs. No. 3 Presque Isle (15-4), 7 p.m.

Western Maine
Semifinals
Saturday, Feb. 27
Class A
At Colisee, Lewiston

A5: No. 1 Biddeford 7, No. 4 South Portland 2
A6: No. 2 Thornton 4, No. 3 Falmouth 1
Class B
At Portland Ice Arena

B1: No. 1 York 3, No. 4 Greely 2
B2: No. 3 Yarmouth 3, No. 2 Camden Hills 1
Regional finals
Tuesday, March 2
Class A
At Colisee, Lewiston

A7: No. 1 Biddeford (17-2-1) vs. No. 2 Thornton (17-2-1), 6 or 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 3
Class B
At Colisee, Lewiston

B3: No. 1 York (16-3) vs. No. 3 Yarmouth (10-9), 7 p.m.

Note: Teams traveling from the greatest distance will play the first game for games at the same site.
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RESULTS
PREP
GIRLS HOCKEY
Saturday’s Results

Hebron 4, North Yarmouth 2

COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL
Saturday’s Results

Boston University 76, Maine 56
NAC Championship
UM-Farmington 65, Castleton 51
NESCAC Semifinals
Middlebury 65, Colby 48
Williams 71, Bates 48
Sunrise Semifinals
UM-Fort Kent 75, Vermont Tech. 66
Sunday’s Results
Sunrise Championship

UM-Fort Kent 81, Fisher 63
NESCAC Championship
Williams 64, Middlebury 58

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Saturday’s Results
NESCAC Semifinals

Amherst 77, Bates 43
Colby 75, Bowdoin 64
Little East Championship
Western Conn. 61, So. Maine 46
Commonwealth Coast Championship
U-New England 75, Regis 62
Sunrise Semifinals
UM-Fort Kent 76, UM-Machias 57
Sunday’s Results
Sunrise Championship

UM-Fort Kent 86, SUNY-Canton 49
NESCAC Championship
Amherst 69, Colby 54

MEN’S HOCKEY
Saturday’s Results

Maine 5, Merrimack 1
ECAC Quarterfinals
Norwich 8, U-New England 1
Skidmore 6, Southern Maine 3
NESCAC Quarterfinals
Bowdoin 2, Colby 1

WOMEN’S HOCKEY
Saturday’s Results
NESCAC Quarterfinals

Amherst 10, Colby 1
Bowdoin 4, Williams 2
ECAC Quarterfinals
UMass Boston 6, So. Maine 2

BASEBALL
Saturday’s Results

Maine 5, North Carolina 3
Sunday’s Results
North Carolina 8, Maine 4

WOMEN’S SQUASH
Saturday’s Results

Brown 8, Bates 1

MEN”S TENNIS
Saturday’s Results

Bates 9, Southern Maine 0
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COLLEGE
MEN’S BASKETBALL
UM-Farmington 65, Castleton 51

At Farmington, Andrew Dean netted 17 points, including five 3-pointers, to spark the University of Maine-Farmington by Castleton State College in the NAC Championship on Saturday.
Eric Taylor tallied 15 points for the Beavers while Eric Lelansky chipped in with 12 points.
Derrrick Faragon scored 12 points to pace Castleton.
Castleton (17-10) 51
Faragon 5-0-12, Paul 4-0-10, Knight 3-4-10, Comstock 4-0-8, Hughes 2-0-4, Eisenberg 1-0-3, Cochrane 1-0-2, Still Jr. 1-0-2, Briggs, Hall, Roemer, Winn, Nepaulsingh, Schneider, Mustpaha
UM-Farmington (14-11) 65
Dean 6-0-17, Taylor 4-7-15, Lelansky 5-1-12, Tanguay 3-1-7, Gerrish 3-0-6, Kane 1-0-3, Burdin 1-1-3, M. Gingras 1-0-2, T. Gingras, Jean, Leary
3-pt. goals: Faragon 2, Paul 2, Eisenberg; Dean 5, Lelansky 2, Kane
Halftime: UMF 35-32

Middlebury 65, Colby 48
At Williamstown, Mass., Andrew Locke and Nolan Thompson tallied 13 points apiece to lead Middlebury College by Colby College in a NESCAC semifinal on Saturday.
Christian Van Loenen tossed in 10 points to lead Colby.
Colby (19-6) 48
Van Loenen 4-1-10, Woodward 4-1-9, Choice 3-1-7, Russell 3-0-6, Haylon 2-0-6, Sherman 1-1-4, David 1-1-3, Donovan 0-2-2, Beaulieu 0-1-1, Fischer, Swanson, Concannon
Middlebury (24-2) 65
Locke 5-3-13, Thompson 5-2-13, Sharry 3-4-10, Wolfin 2-2-8, Edwards 2-1-7, Davis 2-1-5, Wholey 1-2-4, Lynch 1-0-2, Alvarez 0-2-2, Plumley 0-1-1, Greven, Hicks, Butler, Gayle, Caputo
3-pt. goals: Haylon 2, Sherman, Van Loenen; Edwards 2, Wolfin 2, Thompson
Halftime: Middlebury 29-25

Williams 71, Bates 48
At Williamstown, Mass., James Wang registered a game-high 20 points to lead Williams College by Bates College in a NESCAC semifinal on Saturday.
Brian Ellis paced Bates with 14 points while Alex Gallant added 11 points.
Bates (14-12) 48
Hatch 3-0-6, Brust 2-0-5, Schmiemann 2-0-4, Ellis 6-2-14, Weston 1-0-2, Philbrook 1-0-2, Creahan 1-0-2, Deegan, Curley, Christian, Gallant 5-1-11, Lentini, Squires 1-0-2, O’Keefe, Bogdanovich, Wirth
Williams (25-1) 71
Rubin 2-0-5, Schultz 7-1-15, Wang 9-2-20, Dodson 0-1-1, Geoghegan 4-1-9, Wells, Moorstein, Robertson 2-3-7, Mickens, Cates, Whittington 3-2-8, Hardy 1-4-6, Emerson, Timmins-Schiffman
3-pt. goals: Brust; Rubin
Halftime: Williams 32-23

UMFK wins Sunrise Title
At Concord, N.H., Brandon Fox poured in 25 points to lead the University of Maine-Fort Kent by Fisher College 81-63 in the Sunrise Conference Championship on Sunday.
The Bengals advanced to the final after defeating Vermont Technical College 75-66 on Saturday.
In the championship, Manny Odugbela posted 21 points and 10 rebounds for UMFK. Othniel Hyliger tallied 13 points and 11 rebounds while Jeremy Thomas added 13 points.
Ryan Henry and Jasmin Handanovic scored 14 points apiece for Fisher.
In the semifinal, Jimmy Lopez tossed in 20 points to spark the Bengals. Hyliger had 12 points and 14 rebounds. Odugbela scored 14 points while Thomas added 13.
Kevin Carr connected for 32 points to lead Vermont Tech.
(Championship Game)
UMFK (21-8) 81

Hyliger 5-3-13, Lopez 2-0-4, Odugbela 5-11-21, Fox 10-4-25, Campbell 2-0-4, Thomas 4-5-13, Elias, Gal, Kalajdzic
Fisher (24-6) 63
Pursell 4-2-11, Henry 7-0-14, Williams 2-3-7, Handanovic 6-2-14, Brown 4-5-13, Jones 1-0-2, Brewer 1-0-2, Inoa
3-pt. goals: Fox; Pursell
Halftime: UMFK 38-3

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(Semifinal Game)
UMFK (20-8) 75

Hyliger 4-4-12, Lopez 7-0-20, Odugbela 6-2-14, Fox 1-4-6, Campbell 3-3-10, Thomas 4-4-13, Nagradic, Speaks, Gal, Kalajdzic
Vermont Tech (11-13) 66
Carr 10-6-32, Smith-Hyde 3-2-8, Roleau 4-2-10, Watson 1-0-2, N’Bouke 2-0-4, Fifield, Chamberland 3-0-6, O’Callaghan 2-0-4
3-pt. goals: Lopez 6, Campbell, Thomas; Carr 6
Halftime: UMFK 37-32

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Colby 75, Bowdoin 64

At Amherst, Mass., Diana Manduca connected for 18 points to lead Colby College by Bowdoin College in a NESCAC semifinal on Saturday.
Rachael Mack and Aarika Ritchie netted 15 points apiece for the Mules. Julianne Kowalski posted 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Amy Hackett tallied 18 points to lead Bowdoin. Caitlin Hynes scored 14 points while Katie Bergeron added 11.
Bowdoin (20-6) 64
Hackett 6-4-18, Hynes 6-2-14, Cote 2-0-4, Bergeron 4-2-11, Rubega 4-0-8, Donahoe 2-3-7, Coombes, Gould, Barry 1-0-2, Sweeney
Colby (23-3) 75
Mack 6-3-15, Kowalski 4-2-10, Cappelloni 3-1-8, Ritchie 3-8-15, Allen, Manduca 4-8-18, Potvin, McLaughlin 1-0-3, Bennett, Vaughan 3-0-6
3-pt. goals: Hackett, Bergeron; Cappelloni, Ritchie, Manduca 2, McLaughlin
Halftime: Colby 42-32

Amherst 77, Bates 43
At Amherst, Mass., Kristyn Dunleavy led four Amherst College players in double figures with 17 points as the Lord Jeffs defeated Bates College in a NESCAC semifinal on Saturday.
Lauren Yanofsky became the 18th player in team history to score 1,000 points, netting 11 for Bates to finish her career with 1,001.
Bates (14-12) 43
Goodridge 1-0-3, Yanofsky 5-1-11, Beaulieu 4-0-8, Burns 1-6-8, Igoe 1-0-2, Dobish 0-1-1, Braboy, Robinson 0-2-2, Garvey, O’Connell 2-1-5, Hawkins 0-3-3, McCall
Amherst (26-0) 77
Renner 2-1-5, Stedman 4-0-10, Leyman 4-1-9, Finucane 2-0-4, McCormick 6-0-12, Voigt 4-0-10, Fiorentino 1-0-2, Dunleavy 5-3-17, Rizzo 1-0-2, Long 1-0-2, Crowley 1-2-4
3-pt. goals: Goodridge; Stedman 2, Voigt 2, Dunleavy 4
Halftime: Amherst 40-25

Western Conn. 61, Southern Maine 46
At Danbury, Conn., Melissa Teel scored 23 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to propel top-seeded Western Connecticut State University by the University of Southern Maine in the Little East Conference Championship on Saturday.
Curran Leighton led Southern Maine with 21 points while Renee Nicholas chipped in with 14 points.
Southern Maine (20-8) 46
Leighton 9-2-21, Johnson 1-0-2, DeMillo 1-1-4, Paradis 1-0-2, Nicholas 6-1-14, Hurd, Stevens, Jordan, Briggs 1-0-2, Shutts, Cochran 0-1-1, Reid
Western Conn. (22-5) 61
Slonski 1-0-2, Moffo 2-0-5, Teel 9-5-23, Spera 4-0-10, Lee 4-0-9, Djonovic, Nkonoki 4-0-12, Murphy, Eanniello
3-pt. goals: Leighton, DeMillo, Nicholas; Moffo, Spera 2, Lee, Nkonoki 4
Halftime: Western Conn. 31-28

UMFK earns Sunrise Title
At Concord, N.H., Talisha Herring registered 25 points to propel the University of Maine-Fort Kent by SUNY-Canton 86-49 in the Sunrise Conference Championship on Sunday.
The Bengals advanced to the final after defeating the University of Maine-Machias 76-57 on Saturday.
In the championship, Kristin Violette and Morgan Chasse netted 15 points apiece for UMFK. Amber Garrison chipped in with 10 points.
Heather Lottie scored 20 points to pace SUNY-Canton.
In the semifinal, Violette scored 21 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to power the Bengals. Herring tallied 18 points while Chasse added 12.
Sabree Rodriguez paced UM-Machias with 16 points. Kayla Wood posted 13 points while Jamyriah McPherson added 11.
(Championship Game)
UMFK (18-8) 86

Herring 9-3-25, Violette 5-5-15, Chasse 6-3-15, Garrison 4-2-10, Caesar 4-0-8, Fortune 3-0-7, Norsworthy 1-2-4, Waltz 1-0-2, Melton
SUNY-Canton (12-3) 49
Lottie 5-10-20, Vander Wiel 4-0-8, Morley 2-2-7, Sedlacek 3-0-6, Kenyon 1-1-3, Shoen 1-1-3, Bush 1-0-2
3-pt. goals: Herring 4, Fortune; Morley
Halftime: UMFK 41-21
(Semifinal Game)
UMFK (17-8) 76

Violette 6-9-21, Herring 7-2-18, Chasse 2-8-12, Caesar 1-6-8, Garrison 2-2-6, Norsworthy 2-4-8, Fortune 1-0-3, Waltz, Melton
UM-Machias (16-9) 57
Rodriguez 7-0-16, Wood 4-5-13, McPherson 3-4-11, Parks 5-0-10, Pringle 3-0-6, Boyd 0-1-1, Albag, Hughes, Latimer
3-pt. goals: Herring 2, Fortune; Rodriguez 2, McPherson
Halftime: UMFK 39-34

Amherst 69, Colby 54
At Amherst, Mass., Shannon Finucane tossed in a game-high 21 points as Amherst College defeated Colby College in the NESCAC Championship game on Sunday.
Alison Cappelloni netted 14 points to pace Colby while Aarika Ritchie chipped in with 10 points.
Colby (23-4) 54
Cappelloni 3-6-14, Ritchie 3-3-10, Allen 2-2-8, Kowalski 1-4-6, Vaughan 2-0-5, Potvin 1-2-4, Manduca 0-4-4, McLaughlin 1-0-3, Bennett
Amherst (27-0) 69
Finucane 5-8-21, Stedman 3-4-12, Voigt 5-0-11, Leyman 4-2-10, McCormick 3-3-9, Renner 0-6-6, Fiorentino, Dunleavy
3-pt. goals: Cappelloni 2, Allen 2, Vaughan, McLaughlin, Ritchie; Finucane 3, Stedman 2, Voigt
Halftime: Amherst 34-26
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GOLF
LOCAL
At Rocky Knoll CC, Orrington
Simulator Stableford League

Barbara Bryant, Jim Oreskovich, Robbie Robinson +28, John Richard, Bill Kaine, Bill Haas +26, Willis Crowell, Frank Daigle, Quintin Allan +21, Ron Landry, Doug Higgins, Quintin Allan +15, Joe McCluskey, Bill Taylor, Linda Dunifer +14, Robbie Robinson, Joe McCluskey, Tom Bryant +12, Nancy Koziol, Dick Leclerc, Al Feurstock +12, Penny Bohac, April Secord, Sonny Dubay +10, Quintin Allan, Barbara Bryant, Bill Taylor +6, Robbie Robinson, Al Feurstock, Jim Oreskovich +2, Willis Crowell, Al Feurstock, Sonny Dubay –8, Quintin Allan, Joe McCluskey, Al Feurstock –8, Adam Fournier, Dick Leclerc, Tom Bryant –12, Dave Raymond, Tom Bryant, Jim Oreskovich –23; pins: No. 13 Jim Oreskovich 14-9, No. 17 Bill Taylor 11-4
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YOUTH HOCKEY
MITES
Saturday
At Penobscot Ice Arena, Brewer
Bangor Mighty Mites 11, Brewer Select 4

Bangor goals: David Brown 3, Nick Boudreau 2, Zach Whitehead 2, Ben Spear, Jacob Johnson; goalie: Chase Brock; Brewer: Daniel Beal 3, Kyle Tozier; goalie: Josh Girard

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