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St. Joe’s, Bates, Thomas men post wins

Posted Dec. 05, 2010, at 9:47 p.m.
Last modified Dec. 05, 2010, at 11:51 p.m.

STANDISH — Chris Petzy and Tyler Kelley combined to score 39 points to spark Saint Joseph’s College by Emerson College 79-74 in men’s basketball action Saturday.

Petzy scored 20 points while Kelley tallied 19 for the Monks. Zach O’Brien scored 11 points while Nicholas Jobin added 10.

Carlos Negrete scored 18 points to pace Emerson.

Emerson (3-3) 74

Messinger 6-0-17, Ventner 2-1-5, Firn 5-3-14, Dempsey 4-0-11, Moss 3-3-9, Yoh, Kalilou-Mack, Smyth, Negrete 6-1-18, Bisaccio

Saint Joseph’s (4-1) 79

Vazquez 3-2-9, O’Brien 4-2-11, Savino, Kelley 7-2-19, Petzy 4-10-20, Medeiros 1-0-3, Philbrook 0-1-1, Ray 1-2-4, Jobin 3-4-10, McCloskey, Noonan 1-0-2

3-Pt. goals: Messinger 5, Firn, Dempsey 3, Negrete 5; Vazquez, O’Brien, Kelley 3, Petzy 2, Medeiros

Halftime: 34-34

WCSU 88, So. Maine 71

At Danbury, Conn., DaQuan Brooks collected a game-high 29 points to power Western Connecticut State University by the University of Southern Maine Saturday.

Sean Bergeron led the Huskies in scoring with 14 points. Cortez Isaac added 13 points while Devin Chambers had 11. Otis Smith chipped in with 10 points.

Southern Maine (5-2) 71

Bergeron 6-2-14, Isaac 6-1-13, Chambers 4-3-11, Smith 5-0-10, Poulin 4-0-9, Pagentine 3-1-7, O’Connell 3-0-6, Jellison 0-1-1, Forcier, Wilson, Cushman, Sullivan, Kee

Western Connecticut (6-1) 88

Brooks 8-11-29, Jarrett 6-4-18, Redding 4-2-10, Robinson 4-1-9, Phillips 4-1-9, Bentil 2-0-4, Addy 1-1-3, Payton 1-1-3, Pelletier 1-0-3, Corchard

3-Pt. goals: Poulin; Jarrett 2, Brooks 2, Pelletier

Halftime: Western Conn. 43-36

Rivier 56, Colby 41

At Waterville on Sunday, Nick Bean hit 6 of 12 3-pointers to lead Rivier past Colby 56-41 in the Colby College Invitational final Sunday.

Colby advanced to the championship with a 57-47 win over Maine Maritime Academy of Castine Saturday. Framingham State beat MMA 75-64 in the consolation game

Christian Van Loenen led Cobly with nine points.

In the consolation game, Royce Veal scored 11 of his team-high 16 points to lead Framingham by MMA.

Paul Campbell paced MMA with 20 points, Shawn Dostie added 12, Tyler Pineo put in 12 and Dom Drake notched a game-high 10 assists.

On Saturday, Ben Foreman scored a collegiate-high 18 points to propel Colby by MMA.

Van Loenen and Russell chipped in with 12 points apiece for the Mules.

Dostie finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds to pace MMA.

(Championship Game)

Rivier (4-1) 56

Bean 7-2-22, Granato 4-0-11, Foley 4-1-9, D. Poitras 4-0-8, T. Poitras 1-0-2, Robinson 1-0-2, Snider 0-2-2, Polley, Celestin, Smith, Gareau, Troy

Colby (4-3) 41

Van Loenen 4-1-9, Donovan 3-1-8, Russell 4-0-8, Beaulieu 2-1-5, Lovett 2-0-5, Atlas 0-3-3, Coulon 0-2-2, Brassord 0-1-1, David, Swanson, Foreman, Fischer, Havlicek, Rimsa

3-Pt. goals: Bean 6, Granato 3; Donovan, Lovett, Van Loenen

Halftime: Rivier 35-22

(Consolation Game)

Framingham St. (3-6) 75

R. Veal 6-4-16, St. Surin 3-3-9, Medina 4-1-9, B. Carter 4-0-8, Lopez 3-0-8, C. Veal 2-2-8, D. Carter 2-2-6, Sammy 2-0-4, Leonel 2-0-4, Ajao 1-1-3, Yost, DePaolis

MMA (3-4) 64

Campbell 8-0-20, Dostie 5-2-12, Pineo 4-0-12, Bell 4-0-8, Drake 3-0-6, Russell 1-0-2, Meklin 1-0-2, Eaton 1-0-2, Babin, Alexander, Burke, Baker, Backus

3-Pt. goals: Bean 6, Granato 3; Donovan, Lovett, Van Loenen

Halftime: Rivier 35-22

(Saturday’s Game)

Maine Maritime (3-3) 47

Dostie 5-2-12, Campbell 4-0-9, Russell 2-2-7, Bell 3-0-7, Pineo 2-0-6, Meklin 2-0-4, Backus 1-0-2, Ball, Baker, Drake

Colby (4-2) 57

Foreman 5-4-18, Russell 4-4-12, Van Loenen 4-2-12, Beaulieu 2-1-6, Donovan 2-0-5, Lovett 1-0-2, Swanson 1-0-2, Coulon, Orchingwa, Atlas, David, Rimsa, Fischer, Gildersleeve

3-Pt. goals: Pineo 2, Bell, Russell, Campbell; Foreman 4, Van Loenen 2, Beaulieu, Donovan

Halftime: Colby 28-16

Bates 86, Bowdoin 65

At Lewiston, Mark Brust registered 21 points to help lead the Bobcats to victory over Bowdoin College Saturday.

Brian Ellis scored 20 points while Alex Gallant added 18 for Bates, which had 25 team assists.

Will Hanley paced Bowdoin with 21 points while Ryan O’Connell added 12.

Bowdoin (3-2) 65

Hanley 10-0-21, O’Connell 4-2-12, Nowell 4-2-11, Mathias 2-4-8, DeFeo 3-0-7, Staiger 2-0-4, Carter 1-0-2, Lenker, Kulak, White, Littles, Madlinger

Bates (5-1) 86

Brust 9-0-21, Ellis 10-0-20, Gallant 8-2-18, Squires 3-0-6, Weston 3-0-6, Deegan 2-0-5, Schmiemann 0-4-4, Matarazzo 1-0-3, Philbrook 1-1-3, Lentini, Cunningham, Conway, Friedman, Murphy, Furbush, Christian, Gaither

3-Pt. goals: O’Connell 2, Hanley, Nowell, DeFeo; Brust 3, Deegan, Matarazzo

Halftime: Bates 41-27

Nashua CC 77, EMCC 65

At Concord, N.H., Josh Imadiyi and Akeem Brightman netted 22 points apiece to power Nashua Community College by Eastern Maine Community College Saturday.

Thelbert Green pace EMCC with 17 points and 12 rebounds. Michael Baltimore scored 13 points while Edson Pierre added 10.

EMCC (2-4) 65

Green 5-6-17, Dubois 3-1-8, Baltimore 5-3-13, Reynolds 0-4-4, Knowles 2-2-6, Pierre 1-7-10, Rosaf 3-0-7, Ames, Downs

Nashua CC (4-4) 77

Imadiyi 11-0-22, Perez 4-5-13, Banks, Stevenson 2-2-6, Brightman 8-6-22, Willis 2-2-6, Williams 2-0-4, McCleary 2-0-4, Dicks

3-Pt. goals: Green, Dubois, Pierre, Rosaf

Halftime: Nashua 36-20

NHTI 68, EMCC 64 (OT)

At Concord, N.H., Besford Syla notched 16 points as New Hampshire Technical Institute topped Eastern Maine Community College in overtime Sunday.

Thelbert Green scored 29 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to pace EMCC. Edson Pierre scored 12 points while Michael Baltimore had nine points and 14 rebounds.

EMCC (2-5) 64

Green 12-1-29, Dubois 4-0-8, Baltimore 3-3-9, Reynolds 2-1-5, Knowles 0-1-1, Pierre 5-0-12, Rosaf, Ames, Downs

NHTI (11-3) 68

Syla 5-3-16, Forsberg 4-4-12, Lewis-Hamel 1-2-4, Williams 6-0-15, Yeaton 2-0-4, Zenni 1-1-3, Canada, Pimentel 1-1-3, Reynolds 2-0-6, Mitchell 1-1-3, Boyko 1-0-2

3-Pt. goals: Green 4, Pierre 2; Syla 3, Williams 3, Reynolds 2

Halftime: NHTI 31-24

Thomas 101, Bard 72

At Saratoga, N.Y., Jarrad DeVaughn poured in 34 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Thomas by Bard in the Hilton Garden Inn Invitational consolation game on Sunday.

Thomas (2-4) 101

DeVaughn 11-3-34, Alicea 11-5-27, Salvador 4-0-12, Newton 5-0-12, Greene Jr. 3-0-6, Hoyt 1-0-3, Brathwaite 0-2-2, Pollard 1-0-2, Dorsey 1-0-2, Duncanson 0-1-1, Manzo, Luther, Jimenez

Bard (0-8) 72

Stortini 9-0-23, Marghella 6-2-14, Powell 4-4-12, Shubert 4-4-12, Anstein 1-2-5, Kane 1-0-3, Llanes 1-0-3, Woldesselassie, Greenstein, Gadelha, Eddy

3-Pt. goals: DeVaughn 9, Salvador 4, Newton 2, Hoyt; Stortini 5, Llanes, Kane, Arstein

Halftime: Thomas 44-38

Women’s basketball

St. Joseph’s 60, MMA 52

At Standish, Casey Drake collected 13 points to lead Saint Joseph’s College by Maine Maritime Academy Saturday.

Allie Parent scored 11 points for the Monks while Danyelle Shufelt added 10.

Samantha Goda paced the Mariners with a game-high 16 points. Maggie Smith chipped in with 12 points.

Maine Maritime (2-3) 52

Bennett 3-2-8, Smith 3-4-12, Goda 4-8-16, Dufour 0-1-1, Stahl 2-1-5, Pushard 1-0-2, Flannery, Jones 1-0-2, McCloskey 1-0-3, Hunt, Jackson 1-1-3, Everest

Saint Joseph’s (4-3) 60

Dufour 1-2-4, Drake 5-3-13, Parent 2-6-11, McDevitt 1-1-4, Geel 4-0-8, Makkinje, Grigware, Young 1-0-2, Shufelt 3-3-10, Moore 3-2-8

3-Pt. goals: Smith 2, McCloskey; Parent, McDevitt, Shufelt

Halftime: Saint Joseph’s 36-22

WCSU 71, Southern Maine 55

At Danbury, Conn., Melissa Teel scored 19 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to spark Western Connecticut State University by the University of Southern Maine Saturday.

Courtney Cochran netted a game-high 20 points to lead the Huskies. Erin McNamara added 19 points.

Southern Maine (3-4) 55

Cochran 8-4-20, McNamara 7-4-19, Jordan 2-1-6, Nicholas 2-0-4, Garland 1-0-3, DeMillo 0-3-3, Craffey, Rousseau, Reid, Hurd, Fox, Stevens, Callendar, Rivet

Western Connecticut (5-1) 71

Teel 6-7-19, Lee 5-2-17, Spera 3-7-16, Murphy 4-2-11, Nkonoki 2-2-8, Mooney, Eanniello, Brandt

3-Pt. goals: Garland, Jordan, McNamara; Lee 5, Spera 3, Nkonoki 2, Murphy

Halftime: Western Conn. 28-24

UMF 71, Rivier 42

At Farmington, Jillian Ross registered 15 points and 11 rebounds to power the University of Maine-Farmington to its first win of the season Saturday.

Kenni Norton chipped with with 14 points for the Beavers while Holly Oliver tallied 10 rebounds.

Ryan Baker scored 10 points to pace Rivier College.

Rivier (1-5) 42

Baker 3-4-10, Sweeney 1-3-5, Yesu 2-0-5, Howard 1-2-4, Penniman 1-1-3, Lane 0-3-3, Purcell 1-0-3, Adams 1-0-2, Brett 1-0-2, Skillings 1-0-2, Laine 1-0-2, Hurley 0-1-1

UM-Farmington (1-4) 71

Ross 5-4-15, Norton 4-5-14, Busque 2-4-9, Gordon 2-0-6, Neptune 2-0-4, Morrison 1-2-4, Oliver 1-2-4, Clement 2-0-4, Roy 1-0-3, Gagne 1-0-3, Bonnevie 0-2-2, Whitaker 1-0-2, Allen 0-1-1, Graffam, Higgins, Saunders

3-Pt. goals: Yesu, Purcell; Gordon 2, Busque, Ross, Roy, Norton, Gagne

Halftime: UMF 35-14

Bowdoin 70, Colby 64

At Brunswick, Jill Henrikson and Kaitlin Donahoe scored 16 points apiece to propel Bowdoin College by Colby College Saturday.

Alexa Barry netted 12 points for the Polar Bears. Katie Bergeron added 11 points while Nicole Coombes had 10 rebounds.

Aarika Ritchie and Jacky McLaughlin paced Colby with 12 points apiece. Rachael Mack and Julianne Kowalski each added 10.

Colby (4-1) 64

Mack 4-1-10, Kowalski 5-0-10, Manduca 2-2-7, Ritchie 3-5-12, McLaughlin 4-2-12, Adler, Potvin, Bennett 2-0-5, Nale 1-0-2, Vaughan 3-0-6

Bowdoin (4-1) 70

Hackett, Henrikson 6-2-16, Bergeron 3-3-11, Barry 4-4-12, Sweeney 3-3-9, Donahoe 6-4-16, Coombes 1-3-5, Gould 0-1-1, Prohl

3-Pt. goals: Mack, Manduca, Ritchie, McLaughlin 2, Bennett; Henrikson 2, Bergeron 2

Halftime: Bowdoin 33-32

Thomas 79, St. Joseph’s 70

At Waterville, Mallorie Blakney led four Thomas College players in double figures with 23 points as the Terriers topped Saint Joseph’s College of New York Saturday.

Karin Bird finished with 17 points for 2-3 Thomas. Kellie Martel scored 15 points while Ashley Allen added 10 points off the bench.

Ashley McQuillan scored 22 points to pace 3-3 Saint Joseph’s.

Halftime: St. Joseph’s 48-45

Postgrad basketball

MCI 86, Notre Dame 85

At Pittsfield, Neal Beshears scored on a tip-in with five seconds remaining in overtime to lift Maine Central Institute past Notre Dame in the MCI Classic championship game Sunday. MCI advanced by beating Redemption Christian 72-61 on Saturday.

Omari Grier led MCI with 26 points. Rafael Maia scored 20 points while Adam Thoseby netted 14. Daishon Knight and Christian Smith added 10 points apiece.

Todd Mayo paced Notre Dame with a game-high 34 points.

(Sunday’s Game)

Notre Dame 85

Cassell, Mayo 13-5-34, Strange 1-0-3, Valjarevic, Davis 7-2-20, Hanner 1-0-2, Radovic, Jones 0-2-2, Birch 6-2-14, Glaze 5-0-10

MCI 86

Knight 4-2-10, Thoseby 5-3-14, Grier 8-5-26, Filipan 1-0-2, Vilmont, Smith 4-2-10, Beshears 2-0-4, Maia 8-4-20

3-Pt. goals: Mayo 3, Strange, Davis 4; Thoseby, Grier 5

Halftime: Notre Dame 36-34

(Saturday’s Game)

Redemption Christian 61

Shamlin 3-0-7, Hamron 3-0-8, Smith 1-0-2, Benn 6-1-14, A. Reynolds 1-2-4, Livingston 4-4-14, Tittman 4-0-8, Gentry, T. Reynolds 1-2-4

MCI 72

Knight 4-2-11, Kroker, Thoseby 3-0-6, Grier, Filipan 1-0-2, Vilmont 1-0-3, Smith 6-0-13, Beshears 4-2-12, Maia 7-11-25

3-Pt. goals: Shamlin, Hamron 2, Benn, Livingston 2; Knight, Vilmont, Smith, Beshears 2

Halftime: MCI 34-32

Women’s hockey

Vermont 4, Maine 3 (OT)

At Burlington, Vt., Erin Wente scored two goals, including the game-winner 1:57 into overtime, to lift the University of Vermont past the University of Maine Saturday.

Chelsea Rapin registered a goal and an assist for the 2-8-8 Catamounts while Teddy Fortin added a goal. Roxanne Douville stopped 17 of 20 shots.

Danielle Ward notched two goals to lead the 7-7-3 Black Bears. Jennie Gallo chipped in with a goal while Dawn Sullivan posted two assists. Brittany Ott made 21 saves on 25 shots.

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