DeVaughn powers Thomas past Maine Maritime

Posted Feb. 22, 2011, at 10:08 p.m.

WATERVILLE — Jarrad DeVaughn tallied 29 points and 11 rebounds in leading No. 3 Thomas College past No. 6 Maine Maritime Academy 95-61 in the North Atlantic Conference men’s basketball quarterfinal game Tuesday night.

Thomas will play No. 2 Lyndon State on Friday at 1 p.m. at Husson University in Bangor in a semifinal game.

Andrew Duncanson had 23 points, eight rebounds and six assists for the Terriers. Franklin Salvador scored 17 points.

Dom Drake led the Mariners with 23 points while Shawn Dostie added 14 points, 11 rebounds and five blocked shots.

Maine Maritime (10-14)

Pineo 1-0-2, Baker, Meklin 0-1-1, Ball 3-0-6, Drake 9-4-23, Dostie 5-4-14, Baribeau, Bell 1-0-2, Eaton 1-1-3, Burke, Alexander, Backus 1-0-2, Russell 2-1-6, Campbell 1-0-2

Thomas (14-10)

Dorsey, Grenne 1-2-5, Brathwaite 4-0-9, Pollard, Juco 0-2-2, Duncanson 8-6-23, DeVaughn 12-0-29, Hoyt 1-0-2, Salvador 6-0-17, Nutter 1-0-2, Manzo 2-2-6, Jimenez

3-pt. goals: Drake, Russell; DeVaughn 5, Salvador 5, Grenne, Brathwaite, Duncanson

Halftime: Thomas 57-30

Castleton 80, UM-Farmington 67

At Castleton, Vt., Mark Comstock scored 18 points and Jared Paul chipped in 15 points as No. 4 Castleton State beat No. 5 University of Maine at Farmington in a North Atlantic Conference quarterfinal match.

Castleton will play No. 1 Husson University in a semifinal Friday at 3 p.m.

Eric Taylor led the Beavers with 18 points and 16 rebounds. D.J. Gerrish had 16 points and Andrew Dean scored 11 points.

UM-Farmington (10-15)

Gerrish 8-0-16, Dean 3-2-11, Iman, Sumner 1-0-3, M. Gingras, Clemmer, Burdin 1-2-4, T. Gingras 2-1-5, Kane 1-4-6, Taylor 9-0-18, Johnson 2-0-4

Castleton (15-11)

Eisenberg 1-1-3, Cooney 1-1-3, Ackley 2-4-9, Paul 4-6-15, Hughes 3-1-8, Mustapha 2-1-5, Cochrane 2-0-4, Schneider 1-0-2, Comstock 6-4-18, Knight 5-3-13, Winn

3-pt. goals: Dean 3, Sumner; Comstock 2, Ackley, Paul, Hughes

Halftime: Castleton 40-31

St. Joseph’s 82, Mount Ida 71

At Standish, Zach O’Brien posted 20 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists in lifting Saint Joseph’s College over Mount Ida College in a GNAC quarterfinal.

Chris Petzy also scored 20 points for the Monks. Tyler Kelley had 16 points and Anthony Savino scored 10 points.

David Gibbs scored a game-high 25 points to pace Mount Ida.

Mount Ida (9-17)

Desrosena, Benjamin 6-0-18, Cabral 4-0-8, Louis, Lynch 1-1-3, Gibbs 8-2-25, Hapgood 0-2-2, Jones 2-0-5, Hillery 2-3-7, Johnson 0-3-3

St. Joseph’s (19-7)

Medeiros, Adams, Vazquez 3-0-7, Philbrook, Ray 1-0-2, O’Brien 7-4-20, Savino 4-2-10, Jobin 3-0-7, Kelley 5-1-16, Petzy 4-10-20

3-pt. goals: Gibbs 7, Benjamin 6, Jones; Kelley 5, O’Brien 2, Petzy 2, Jobin, Vazquez

Halftime: St. Joseph’s 45-33

Women’s basketball

St. Joseph’s 69, Emerson 48

At Standish, Saint Joseph’s College jumped out to a 44-16 halftime lead and cruised to a GNAC quarterfinal victory over Emerson College.

Allie Parent and Ashley Geel each scored 12 points to lead the Monks. Geel also recorded five blocked shots.

Elissa Chojnicki scored a game-high 14 points for Emerson.

Emerson (9-17)

Sherman, Chojnicki 4-2-14, Wyman 1-3-5, Connors 0-3-3, Andrade 2-7-11, Smeaton 1-0-2, Norton 1-1-4, Willinsky 1-0-2, Farino, DiNucci

St. Joseph’s (18-8)

Dufour 1-0-3, Makkinje, Drake 3-0-6, Grigware 1-0-2, Young 4-0-8, Lamb 2-2-6, Shufelt 2-0-5, Parent 4-4-12, Moore 4-0-8, McDevitt 1-4-7, Geel 5-2-12

3-pt. goals: Chojnicki 4, Norton, DiNucci; Dufour, Shufelt, McDevitt

Halftime: St. Joseph’s 44-16

UM-Farmington 77, Lyndon St. 51

At Farmington, Jillian Ross totaled 13 points and nine rebounds in leading No. 4 University of Maine at Farmington past No. 5 Lyndon State College in a North Atlantic Conference quarterfinal.

The Beavers will play top-seeded Husson University on Friday at 6 p.m. in Bangor.

Ashley Busque also scored 13 points for the Beavers. Kenni Norton had 12 points and Emma Morrison scored 11 points.

Donna Lawson led Lyndon State with 15 points.

Lyndon State (11-13)

Barclay 1-0-3, Lafont 1-3-6, McConkey 0-4-4, White 2-2-6, Buck 1-3-5, Diltz, Martin 0-3-3, Lawson 6-3-15, Sanchez 4-0-9, Adams

UM-Farmington (12-13)

Busque 4-2-13, Bonnevie, Gordon 3-2-9, Roy 1-0-3, Norton 5-1-12, Gagne 1-2-4, Clement 1-0-2, Oliver, Graffam 1-0-2, Saunders 3-0-6, Morrison 4-1-11, Higgins, Allen, Ross 5-1-13, Whitaker 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Barclay, Lafont, Sanchez; Busque 3, Morrison 2, Ross 2, Gordon, Roy, Norton

Halftime: UMF 30-22

Maine Maritime 77, Thomas 61

At Castine, Maggie Smith scored 19 points and Jess Stahl added 17 points as No. 3 Maine Maritime Academy defeated No. 6 Thomas College of Waterville in a North Atlantic Conference quarterfinal.

The Mariners advance to play No. 2 Castleton at Husson University in Bangor 8 p.m. Friday.

Samantha Goda tallied 13 rebounds and 11 rebounds for the Mariners. Leah Jackson had nine points and 16 rebounds and Brittany Hunt scored 10 points. Stahl was 8-for-10 from the field.

Karin Bird scored a game-high 22 points to power Thomas. Kellie Martel had 15 points and Mallorie Blakney scored 10 points.

Thomas (8-15)

Evans 3-0-8, Martel 5-0-15, Bird 6-10-22, Blakney 2-5-10, Matchett 2-1-6, Allen, Hutchins, Thibodeau

Maine Maritime (17-9)

Rodriguez, Smith 8-0-19, Pushard 0-2-2, Goda 3-5-11, Knights, Flannery, Jones, Dufour 1-0-3, Stahl 8-1-17, McCloskey 2-0-6, Hunt 4-2-10, Jackson 4-1-9, Everest

3-pt. goals: Martel 5, Evans 2, Blakney, Matchett; Smith 3, McCloskey 2, Dufour

Halftime: MMA 37-23

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