Husson men roll past Johnson State

Posted Feb. 05, 2011, at 12:21 a.m.

JOHNSON, Vt. — The Husson Eagles stormed to a 29-point halftime lead Friday night en route to an 87-51 victory over Johnson State and their eighth North Atlantic Conference win without a loss.

Jay Uhrin netted 22 points to pace Husson of Bangor, while Josh Jones tallied 13 points and Marc Zaharchuk added 10.

Husson (15-4)

Jones 6-0-13, Spaulding 2-1-5, McMorrin 2-5-9, Hughes 3-1-7, Murphy 2-2-8, Medina 1-0-3, Libby 1-0-3, Uhrin 8-2-22, Fleming, Byron 2-0-4, Klages 1-1-3, Zaharchuk 3-4-10

Johnson State (4-14)

Turan 2-0-4, Key 3-0-6, Respass, Passino, Hickey 3-0-6, Rainville, Camisa 4-3-11, Alexander 0-2-2, Bousono 2-1-6, Abass, Moran 1-2-4, Rock 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Jones, Murphy 2, Medina, Libby, Uhrin 4; Bousono

Halftime: Husson 50-21

UM-Farmington 73, Green Mountain 45

At Farmington, Eric Taylor turned in a dominating performance with 29 points and 12 rebounds as the Beavers cruised to a North Atlantic Conference victory.

Roy Burdin added eight points for UMaine-Farmington.

Green Mountain (0-13)

Rojas 0-1-1, Lacure 2-4-10, Woodall 1-0-2, Tarricone 1-0-2, Dunn 0-1-1, Hale 5-0-12, Williams 6-0-15, Nakoma, Fifield, Kimatarale, Ashton 1-0-2

UM-Farmington (8-11)

Johnson 3-0-6, Taylor 12-5-29, Carson 1-0-2, Burdin 4-0-8, Sumner 2-0-6, Jean 1-2-4, M. Gingras 0-1-1, Leal 0-2-2, Clemmer, T. Gingras 1-0-2, Hasson, Tracy 1-0-3, Iman, Kane 1-0-2, Keene, Dean 2-0-6, Gerrish 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Lacure 2, Hale 2, Williams 3; SUmner 2, Tracy, Dean 2

Halftime: UM-Farmington 40-19

Lyndon Sate 73, MMA 63

At Lyndonville, Vt., Ben Sackett scored 16 points to lead the hosts to victory.

Shawn Dostie paced Maine Maritime Academy of Castine with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Paul Campbell scored 13 points and Dom Drake added 11.

MMA (8-10)

Dostie 7-2-16, Russell 0-2-2, Meklin 3-0-6, Campbell 5-2-13, Pineo, Ball 3-0-6, Backus, Bell 4-0-9, Drake 4-2-11, Eaton

Lyndon State (7-12)

Warrick 2-2-7, Alers 0-4-4, Gray 2-0-4, Mena 6-2-15, Carle 1-0-2, Byrd 4-2-10, Fortunato 0-1-1, Norcross, Calkins 3-1-8, Sackett 4-4-16, Santos 2-2-6

3-pt. goals: Campbell, Bell, Drake; Warrick, Mena, Calkins, Sackett 4

Halftime: Lyndon State 29-24

Thomas 96, Castleton State 73

At Waterville, the Terriers scored 60 second-half points to pull away for the North Atlantic Conference victory over the Spartans.

Jarrad DeVaughn poured in a game-high 34 points and grabbed nine rebounds to propel Thomas. Isiah Brathwaite scored 17 points, 12 from the foul line, and made six steals.

Thomas (9-10)

Dorsey 3-0-6, Duncanson 4-0-10, DeVaughn 10-12-34, Newton 1-0-3, Grenne Jr. 3-4-11, Juco, Manzo 0-1-1, Nutter, Salvador 5-0-14, Brathwaite 2-12-17

Castleton State (11-8)

Hughes 2-1-6, Ackley 2-0-4, Eisenberg 2-0-6, Paul 8-0-21, Schneider, Knight 3-1-7, Cooney, Mustapha 1-0-2, COmstock 9-0-19, Cochrane 3-0-8

3-pt. goals: Duncanson 2, DeVaughn 2, Newton, Grenne Jr.; Hughes, Eisenberg 2, Paul 5, Comstock, Cochrane 2

Halftime: Thomas 36-27

Women’s basketball

Husson 84, Johnson State 52

At Johnson, Vt., Bethany Sevey scored 16 points as the Eagles cruised to a North Atlantic Conference victory.

Marissa Albert netted 13 points, while Amanda Gifford and Noelle Lincoln added 12 and 11, respectively.

Andrea Deuell scored a game-high 23 points to pace Johnson State.

Husson (9-10)

Butterfield 3-0-6, Duke 2-0-5, Lincoln 3-2-11, Gifford 5-2-12, Carroll, Sevey 4-6-16, Albert 5-0-13, McGee 1-3-5, K. Murray 3-2-9, Massengale 1-3-5, M. Murray, Comstock 1-0-2

Johnson State (4-14)

Lilligreen 0-1-1, Lavoie, Lepage 0-2-2, Deuell 8-4-23, Hughes 3-1-7, Hughes 3-1-7, Ferrari 4-4-12, Swainbank 2-0-4, Grover 1-0-2, Tatro 0-1-1, McCullock

3-pt. goals: Duke, Lincoln 3, Sevey 2, Albert 3, K. Murray; Deuell 3

Halftime: Husson 45-23

UMF 73, Green Mountain 51

At Farmington, Ashley Busque’s 13-point effort helped the Beavers earn the North Atlantic Conference victory.

Lindsay Gordon and Rachel Clement scored 10 points each for UMaine-Farmington.

UM-Farmington (8-11)

Gagne 1-0-3, Allen, Higgins 1-0-2, Graffam 1-0-2, Gordon 4-0-10, MOrrison 2-0-4, Whitaker 0-2-2, Clement 5-0-10, Roy 1-0-3, Bonnevie, Ross 4-0-9, Saunders 4-0-8, Norton 2-2-7, Busque 4-2-13

Green Mountain (3-15)

Paul 4-0-13, Pease 2-3-7, Mullins, Hopper 3-6-12, Malkin 2-0-4, Cojohari, Furneaux 3-0-6

3-pt. goals: Gagne, Gordon 2, Roy, Ross, Norton, Busque; Paul 3, Caster 2

Halftime: UM-Farmington 39-25

Lyndon State 81, MMA 68

At Lyndonville, Vt., the hosts went 35-for-43 from the foul line to knock off the Mariners.

Donna Lawson led the way with 19 points and 10 rebounds.

Samantha Goda sparked Maine Maritime Academy of Castine with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Maggie Smith tossed in 16 points for the Mariners, who missed 13 foul shots.

Maine Maritime (12-7)

Pushard 1-0-3, Goda 5-8-18, Smith 6-1-16, Stahl 2-0-4, Jackson 2-1-5, McCloskey 2-4-8, Severance, Everest 1-2-4, Bennett 1-1-4, Jones, Flannery 2-0-4, Dufour, Hunt 1-0-2

Lyndon State (9-8)

Buck 2-2-7, Barclay 1-4-7, McConkey 4-6-16, Diltz, Lawson 7-4-19, Sanchez 1-4-6, White 3-11-18, Adams, Martin, Lafont 2-4-9

3-pt. goals: Pushard, Smith 3, Bennett; Buck, Barclay, McConkey, Lawson, White, Lafond

Halftime: Lyndon State 40-33

Castleton State 90, Thomas 72

At Waterville, the Spartans shot 55 percent from the floor en route to the North Atlantic Conference victory over the Terriers.

Karin Bird connected for a game-best 29 points to lead Thomas. Kellie Martel tossed in 20 points, including six 3-pointers.

Castleton State (12-7)

Leonard 6-2-14, Bolognani 2-0-4, Powers 8-0-16, Conway 4-2-13, Murdough, Dunchus 3-1-7, Race 3-4-10, Jaques 6-0-16, Holmes, Johnson 5-0-10, BUll

Thomas (5-12)

Evans 0-4-4, Hutchins 0-1-1, Matchett 3-0-7, Allen 2-0-4, Blakney 2-2-7, Bird 10-8-29, Thibodeau, Sheeran, Martel 7-0-20

3-pt. goals: Conway 3, Jaques 4; Matchett, Blakney, Bird

Halftime: Castleton State 48-34

Bates 83, Trinity 74

At Hartford, Conn., Jessie Igoe and Brianna Hawkins each scored 16 points while Igoe also grabbed eight rebounds to help pace Bates College to the win.

Lauren Dobish added 15 points and Christine McCall added 10 for the Bobcats.

Michelle Royals led Trinity with 15 and Kristen Fahey added 11.

Bates (17-5)

Hawkins 6-4 16, Igoe 5-5 16, Dobish 5-1-15, McCall 3-2-10, Beaulieu 3-2-9, Kelly 3-1-7, Burns 2-3-7, O’Connell 1-1-3, Russell

Trinity (12-8)

Royals 4-5-15, Fahey 4-0-11, Dixon 3-2-8, McGlynn 4-0-8, Cohn 4-0-8, Napier 1-5-7, Hanniford 3-0-6, Murtaugh 3-0-6, Ciarleglio 2-0-5, Sweeney, Lyhne

3-pt. goals: Dobish 4, McCall 2, Beaulieu; Fahey 3, Royals 2, Ciarleglio

Halftime: Bates 40-32

Bowdoin 62, Williams 53

At Brunswick, Jill Henrikson had 11 points and nine rebounds to lead Bowdoin College’s Polar Bears to the win.

Katie Bergeron scored 12 points and Colleen Sweeney added 10 for the Bears.

Grace Rehnquist led Williams with 19 and Claire Baecher scored 13.

Williams (19-2)

Greenberg 4-0-9, Baecher 5-2-13, Harding 0-3-3, Jackson 1-0-2, Shea 2-2-6, Rainer, Borderud, Jaris, Rehnquist 7-0-19

Bowdoin (17-4)

Donahoe 2-2-7, Henrikson 2-5-11, Bergeron 2-8-12, Barry 3-2-8, Sweeney 3-2-10, Hackett 2-0-5, Coombes 1-0-2, Gould 3-0-7, Prohl

3-pt. goals: Rehnquist 5, Greenberg, Baecher, Jackson; Henrikson 2, Sweeney 2, Donahoe, Hackett, Gould

Halftime: Bowdoin 31-19

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