Girls basketball scores and highlights

Posted Dec. 10, 2010, at 11:57 p.m.
Last modified Dec. 11, 2010, at 12:25 a.m.

Brewer 61, Erskine 44

At Brewer, Rylee Hutchins scored 14 points in helping lift Brewer over Erskine Academy of South China.

Morgan Small scored 12 points for the Witches and Holly Nickerson chipped in 11 points.

Michelle Beckwith tallied nine points for Erskine.

Erskine (0-1) 44

Tjelmeland 2-1-5, Peabody 0-2-2, Moore 2-0-4, Phillips 0-5-5, Beckwith 2-3-9, Humphrey 4-0-8, Crowell-Smith 0-1-1, Bond 0-2-2, Honea 2-2-6, Welch 1-0-2, Chase, Souther

Brewer (1-0) 61

Hutchins 3-6-14, Thompson 0-1-1, Bailey 1-1-3, H. Nickerson 2-7-11, Small 5-0-12, McLaughlin 1-0-2, M. Nickerson 1-3-5, Thomas 4-1-9, Bost 1-0-2, Mills 1-0-2, Smith, Grindle

3-pt. goals: Beckwith 2; Hutchins 2, Small 2

Erskine     7   20   28   44

Brewer   15   32   44   61

JV: Brewer 66-36

MCI 35, Belfast 34 (OT)

At Pittsfield, Kylee Alton hit a 3-pointer with from the right wing with seven seconds remaining in overtime to give the Huskies the win.

Alton finished with 14 points for Maine Central Institute.

The Lions’ Katrina Lapham scored with 20 seconds left in regulation to send the game into overtime. Lexi Nelligan paced Belfast with a game-high 15 points.

Belfast (0-1) 34

Lapham 2-2-6, Leonard, Doolan, Drake, Drinkwater 1-0-2, Cummings, Rauch 2-0-4, Nelligan 7-1-15, Blood, Thibodeau 0-4-4, Littlefield 1-1-3, Carpentier

MCI (1-0) 35

Kitchin 3-0-6, Wright 0-1-1, Sinclair 1-0-2, Glencross 1-1-4, Cronkite, Alton 5-3-14, Morrell 0-3-3, Smedberg 1-0-2, Tozier 1-1-3, Oliver

3-pt. goals: Glencross, Alton

Belfast   7  17  20  29  34

MCI         6  12  17  29  35

JV: Belfast 30-21

MDI 47, Old Town 23

At Old Town, Megan Phelps had 12 points to pace Mount Desert Island past Old Town.

Emily Lewis added 10 points for MDI and India Ross eight.

Kelsey Hesseltine led the Coyotes with five points, and Courtney Treadwell had nine rebounds.

MDI (1-0) 47

Black 3-0-6, Lewis 4-2-10, Musetti 2-0-4, Burr 1-0-2, Phelps 5-1-12, Tinker 0-1-1, Ross 3-0-8, Mitchell 2-0-4, Vaux, Brown, Shaw, Burtar

Old Town (0-1) 23

England 1-1-3, Reeves 0-3-3, McLaughlin 0-1-1, Hesseltine 1-3-5, Hayward 0-1-1, Cote 1-0-2, Holdreth 0-1-1, Treadwell 2-0-4, Outman 1-1-3, Gallant, Cousins, Gastia, Maxim

3-pt. goals: Ross 2, Phelps

MDI    12    25    38    47

Old Town    6    9    15    23

JV: MDI 43-20

Medomak 53, Gardiner 29

At Waldoboro, Ericka Christiensen scored 12 points, Alana Vose had 11 points with five assists, Nichole Weaver added 10 points and Lindsay Ranquist pulled down 12 rebounds and added eight points for the Panthers.

Jenna Moore paced the Tigers with 13 points.

Gardiner (0-1) 29

Moore 5-3-13, Granholm 0-1-1, Pilsbury 1-1-3, Banister, Dunn, Macomber, Kelley 1-0-2, Day, Pelletier 3-0-6, Tzikas 2-0-4, Cone 0

Medomak (1-0) 53

Davis 1-0-2, Benner 2-0-4, Weaver, 4-0-10, Ranquist 2-3-8, Christiensen 4-4-12, Conary 1-0-2, Jelenfy 1-0-2, Robbins, Rackliff, Vose 4-3-11, Ledenroth 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Weaver 2, Ranquist

Gardiner 8    21    26    29

Medomak 10    25    36    53

JV: Gardiner 35-28

Van Buren 68, LCS/MSSM 47

At Van Buren, freshman Parise Rossignol scored 33 points in her varsity debut to power Van Buren to victory over Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.

Rossignol added seven assists, six rebounds and six steals for the Crusaders. Junior Ashlie Wilson tallied 27 points and nine rebounds while sophomore Chantal Rioux grabbed 15 rebounds.

Savanna Gray led the Eagles with 14 points. Amanda Allen scored 10 points.

LCS/MSSM (0-1) 47

Pelkey 3-2-9, Kelley 1-0-2, Hopkins 1-1-3, Bell 2-3-7, S. Leighton 0-2-2, Allen 4-1-10, Gray 5-4-14, Williams, C. Leighton, Smith, Contasio

Van Buren (1-0) 68

Bourgoin 1-1-3, Wilson 11-5-27, Rioux 1-1-3, Rossignol 10-13-33, Durette 1-0-2, Searles, Duplessis, Poitras, Gendreau, Maldonado, Deveau, Parent

3-pt. goals: Pelkey, Allen

LCS/MSSM   9  18  33  47

Van Buren  20  39  48  68

Easton 53, GHCA 16

At Easton, Sydney Trask scored 12 points as Easton cruised to victory past Greater Houlton Christian Academy in its opener.

Carla Halvorson added 10 points for the Bears.

Lauren Bishop led the Eagles with seven points.

Greater Houlton Christian (0-1) 16

Neureuther 1-0-2, Little 2-1-5, Bishop 3-1-7, Duff 0-2-2, Emery, Robertson, Lee, Michaud, Lord

Easton (1-0) 53

M. Cyr 1-0-2, Hathaway 2-0-4, B. Hammond 1-0-2, Halvorson 3-4-10, Buck 0-1-1, Lunney 1-0-2, Poole 1-0-2, K. Cyr 2-1-5, Parlin 2-0-4, Trask 5-2-12, Babineau 1-1-3, Desmond 1-0-2, Dudley 2-0-4, S. Hammond

3-pt. goals: none

GHCA      3    5   11  16

Easton  11  29  40  53

Washburn 57, Cen. Aroostook 31

At Mars Hill, Rebecca Campbell scored 16 points and Carmen Bragg added 15 as Washburn topped Central Aroostook.

Rayah Saucier chipped in 10 points for the Beavers.

Rachael Grew scored 15 points for the Panthers.

Washburn (1-0) 57

R. Saucier 5-0-10, Bragg 6-3-15, Fitzpatrick 1-0-2, Doody 0-3-3, Sjoberg 1-1-3, Campbell 6-1-16, Olson 2-0-5, Thompson, Koch, Churchill, M. Saucier

Central Aroostook (0-1) 31

Grass 1-0-2, P. Garrison 1-0-2, Long 1-2-4, Grew 5-0-15, McIntyre 3-2-8, Brewer, Cushman, Decker, Fletcher, O. Garrison, Smith

3-pt. goals: Olson; Grew 5

Washburn              21   35   49   57

Cen. Aroostook      6   16   27   31

JV: Washburn 19-14

Madawaska 55, Wisdom 12

At St. Agatha, Erin Dugal poured in 18 points to power the Owls past the Pioneers.

Valerie Parker added nine points, and Valerie Cormier and Amanda Nadeau had eight each.

Alyssa Dumond and Hayley Cyr led Wisdom with five points each.

Madawaska (1-0) 55

Cormier 4-0-8, Parker 4-1-9, K. Dugal 0-2-2, E. Dugal 9-0-18, Cote 3-0-6, Nadeau 4-0-8, N. Cyr 1-0-2, Tingley 1-0-2, Lavoie, H. Cyr

Wisdom (0-1) 12

Dumond 2-1-5, H. Cyr 2-1-5, 2-1-5, Tardif 1-0-2, Boynton, J. Cyr, Goyette, Gervais, Guerrette, Collins

3-pt. goals: none

Madawaska  15  25  49  55

Wisdom           2    6    6  12

Camden Hills 80, Mount View 78 (2OT)

At Rockland, Camden Hills took the lead for the first time in the second overtime as the Windjammers rallied late twice to give Marty Messer his first win as a varsity coach in the double-overtime victory over Mount View of Thorndike.

Maci Heal hit two free throws with four seconds remaining in regulation to force the first overtime for the Windjammers, while freshman Melanie Vangel ran coast-to-coast and made a 4-foot jumper with 5.7 seconds remaining to force the second overtime.

Sophomore Jordan Knowlton led Camden Hills with 38 points, 12 rebounds and four assists. Vangel added 13 points and eight steals, and Heal scored 10 points.

Hayleigh Kein scored a game-high 44 points to lead Mount View. Chrissy Larrabee added 14 points.

Mount View (0-1) 78

D. Kein 2-0-4, Murphy 2-0-4, H. Kein 14-14-44, Larrabee 6-2-14, Morse 1-0-2, Piotti 4-1-9, Larrabee, Thorniey, Dyer

Camden Hills (1-0) 80

Drinkwater 0-3-3, Matteo 1-0-2, Vangel 5-3-13, Heal 3-4-10, Knowlton 14-10-38, French 2-0-4, LeGage 0-1-1, Young 2-0-6, Sweeting 1-1-3, Alex, Steele

3-pt. goals: H. Kein 2; Young 2

Camden Hills   11   35   45   60   70   78

Mount View      11   27   38   60   70   80

McAuley 61, Marshwood 35

At Eliot, Rebecca Knight scored 14 points and Alexa Coulombe added 12 to lead McAuley of Portland to the opening win.

Mallory McPherson paced Marshwood with eight points.

McAuley (1-0) 61

Daigle 2-0-4, Mack 0-2-2, Dipierro 1-2-5, Davenport 0-2-2, Cook 4-1-9, Coulombe 4-3-12, Clement 2-0-5, Leasure 1-0-2, Porch 1-0-2, Knight 5-4-14, Desjardins 1-0-2, Liziewski, Welch

Marshwood (0-1) 35

Lachance 1-5-7, McPherson 3-0-8, Folger 3-0-6, Bartlett 0-2-2, Schoff 0-1-1, Gori 0-1-1, Pike, Rackley 1-0-3, Mitchell 1-0-3, Hyson, Fergerson 0-2-2, Schladenhauffen 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Dipierro, Coulombe, Clement; McPherson 2, Rackley, Mitchell

McAuley     19 36 52 61

Marshwood 3 13 26 35

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