UMFK men record 11th victory

Posted Jan. 23, 2011, at 9:27 p.m.

FORT KENT– Khalid Vaughn had 18 points to lead the University of Maine-Fort Kent past SUNY-Canton 77-69 in men’s basketball action Sunday.

Irving Cato scored 15 while Tony Valentin and Gabriel Fermin each scored 10 for the UMFK Bengals.

Manny Odugbela and Jamar Thornhill each scored 12 Terence Dockery added 10 for Canton.

At Fort Kent again Saturday, the UMFK Bengals took care of Fisher College 56-39.

Kevin Loiselle scored 18, Odugbela scored 14, and Pablo Lamas had 11.

Casey Purcell led Fisher with 18 points. Dennis Norford scored 16, Louis Williams had 12, and Daniel Nance added 10.

Fisher (6-13)

Hammond 4-2-11, Pursell 8-0-18, Williams 4-1-12, 4-1-12, Norford 6-4-16, Brown 1-2-4, Hall, Nance 4-2-10

UM-Fort Kent (11-7)

Void 3-0-7, Loiselle 7-1-18, Llamas 5-0-11, Thornhill, Odugbela 5-4-14, Brylowski 1-1-3, Murff 1-0-3, Bouchard, Dockery 3-0-7, Belizaire 1–0-3

3-pt. goals: Williams 3, Pursell 2, Hammond; Void, Loiselle, Llamas, Murff, Dockery

Halftime: Fisher 36-29

Canton (1-11)

John 4-1-9, Williams 2-0-4, Cato 5-3-15, Valentin 3-3-10, Grenier McGregor, Vaughn 7-4-18, Tavada, Drew 1-0-3, Dixon, Fermin 3-3-10, Yandon, Flint

UMFK (13-7)

Void 2-3-7, Loiselle 3-2-9, Llamas 3-0-6, Dockery 5-0-10, Odugbela 5-1-12, Elias 1-2-4, Brylowski 2-3-7, Murff 0-1-1, Bouchard 0-1-1, Thornhill 3-5-12, Belizaire 3-2-8 X-X-X

3-pt. goals: Cato 2, Valentin, Drew, Fermin; Thornhill, Loiselle, Odugbela

Halftime: UMFK 36-27

Husson 93, Green Mtn. 56

At Bangor Saturday, Marc Zaharchuk scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Husson University past Green Mountain College.

Jay Uhrin from Winterport scored 12 points while Eric Modica and Josh Jones each scored 10 for the Husson Eagles.

Billy Fuel scored 15 and Felix Rojas 10 for Green Mountain.

Green Mountain (0-8)

Tarricone, Lacure 1-0-3, Williams 1-2-4, Woodall 2-3-7, Rojas 4-0-10, Dunn 3-0-8, Fuel 5-1-15, Ashton 2-0-5, Nakoma, Fifield, Kimatarale, Hale

Husson (11-4)

Zaharchuk 8-2-18, Spaulding 2-0-4, Murphy 3-0-8, Bryon 3-0-6, Uhrin 5-0-12, Cook 1-0-2, Cook 1-2-4, McMorrin 1-2-4, Modica 5-0-10, Hughes 4-1-9, Libby 2-0-6, Fleming, Klages 1-0-2, Jones 3-4-10, Medina 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Fuel 4, Rojas 2, Dunn 2, Lacure, Ashton; Uhrin 2, Murphy 2, Libby

Halftime: Husson 50-22

Lyndon State 78, UMF 75

At Lyndon Center, Vt., Phil Warrick’s 18-foot jumper with 3.1 seconds left in regulation gave Lyndon State College the win over the University of Maine-Farmington Sunday.

Warrick finished with 26 points for the Hornets. Ben Sackett added 18 and Jason Gray scored 12.

Eric Taylor led the Beavers with 31 points and 13 rebounds. Andrew Dean scored 13 points and Ben Johnson added 10.

UM-Farmington (6-9)

Gerrish 3-0-6, Dean 5-2-13, Iman 1-1-3, Burdin 2-0-4, Taylor 13-5-31, Sumner 1-3-6, M. Gingras, T. Gingras 0-2-2, Kane, Johnson 5-0-10

Lyndon State (4-11)

Warrick 9-7-26, Fortunato 1-2-4, Gray 6-0-12, Calkins 0-2-2, Byrd 0-2-2, Byrd 2-0-4, Santos 1-0-2, Mena 3-0-6, Norcross, Alers 1-2-4, Sackett 6-0-18

3-pt. goals: Dean, Sumner 2

Halftime: Husson 34-31

W. Conn. 111, USM 78

At Gorham Saturday, DaQuan Brooks scored a game-high 33 points to lead Western Connecticut State University past the University of Southern Maine.

W. Conn. State (15-2)

Bentil 5-0-10, Jarrett 4-0-9, Brooks 11-4-33, Robinson 6-0-13, Redding 2-1-5, Mobilio 2-0-4, Gates 4-2-14, Pelletier 2-0-6, Addy, Payton 2-2-6, Phillips 4-1-10, Setaro 0-1-1

USM (9-8)

Chambers 7-0-14, Poulin 1-2-4, Bergeron 7-3-17, Smith 5-2-12, Jackson 9-3-21, Jellison 1-0-2, Pollock 1-0-2, O’Connell 1-0-2, Zolper, Kee 1-0-2, C. Sullivan, K. Sullivan 1-0-2, Wilson, Forcier

3-pt. goals: Brooks 7, Gates 4, Pelletier 2, Phillips, Jarrett, Robinson

Halftime: WCSU 44-32

UM-Machias 81, Vt. Tech 69

At Machias, three players scored 20 points or more to help power the University of Maine-Machias Clippers to the win.

Hampton Mack led the way with 22 points for the Clippers. Zach Pope scored 21 and Zach Armstrong 20.

Nick Simpson led Vermont Tech with 21 points.

Vermont Tech

Robinson 1-1-3, Tyrell 2-0-5, Louie, General-Vanderpui 6-0-12, Carr 5-0-12, Simpson 11-4-26, Roleau 1-2-4, Lindsey 3-1-7

UM-Machias

Burke, Smith, Mack 10-2-22, Lupo 1-0-2, Kakar 1-0-2, Armstrong 6-6-21, Pope 6-4-20, Lewis 3-2-8, Shults 2-0-6, Grant

3-pt. goals: Tyrell, Carr 2; Armstrong 3, Pope 4, Shults 2

Halftime: UMM 41-22

UM-Presque Isle splits

At Presque Isle, Patrick Manifold scored 25 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in leading the University of Maine at Presque Isle to a 90-73 victory over the State University of New York Canton Saturday.

Fisher College beat UMPI 106-77 Sunday.

On Sunday, Casey Pursell scored 22 points to lead Fisher.

Manifold had 20 points and 10 rebounds for UMPI. Ronald Spencer scored 17 points, Clifford McDonald had 15 and Chris Coffin added 12 points.

On Saturday, Kyle Corrigan was 17-for-19 from the free throw ling and totaled 23 points and eight assists for UMPI. McDonald chipped in 18 points and 10 rebounds.

Sunday’s Game

Fisher

Hammond 8-0-21, Pursell 7-6-22, Williams 4-3-14, Norford 3-0-6, Brown 5-0-10, White 1-1-3, Jones 3-0-7, Pierre-Louis 1-0-2, Chisholm 3-1-9, Murphy, Hall, Pascale 0-2-2, Reilly, Sadafsaz 1-0-2, Tavares, Nance 3-2-8

UM-Presque Isle

G. Vasquez, Corrigan 1-0-2, Manifold 8-4-20, McDonald 5-5-15, Coffin 4-0-12, Hutchins 1-0-3, B. Morton, Duff 1-0-2, M. Vasquez, Bragan, J. Morton, Warner, Spencer 5-3-17, Brock 2-0-4, Sanders 0-2-2

3-pt. goals: Hammond 5, Williams 3, Pursell 2, Chisholm 2, Jones; Coffin 4, Spencer 4, Hutchins

Halftime: Fisher 49-35

Saturday’s Game

SUNY Canton

John 4-1-9, Williams 2-2-7, Cato 3-0-7, Valentin 7-3-20, Grenier, McGregor 1-2-4, Vaughn 3-5-11, Tavada, Drew, Figaro, Dixon 1-0-3, Yandon, Sanders 4-2-10, Flint 1-0-2

UM-Presque Isle

G. Vasquez, Corrigan 3-17-23, Manifold 10-5-25, McDonald 8-2-18, Coffin 3-0-6, Peaslee, Hutchins 3-0-7, B. Morton, M. Vasquez 1-0-2, J. Morton, Warner, Spencer 2-0-5, Brock 1-2-4, Sanders

3-pt. goals: Valentin 3, Williams, Cato, Dixon; Hutchins, Spencer

Halftime: UMPI 39-28

Tufts 78, Colby 66

At Waterville Saturday, Amauris Quezada scored 15 of his game-high 28 points in the first half to help power the Tufts Jumbos past Colby College.

For the Jumbos, Kwame Firempong, Scott Anderson and Alex Orchowski each scored 10 for Tufts.

Mike Russell led Colby with 16 points and Christian Van Loewen had 15. Ben Foreman scored 11.

Tufts (8-8)

Quezada 11-1-28, Firempong 4-2-10, Orchowski 3-4-10, Anderson 3-4-10, Long 2-2-6, Cohen 1-2-5, Saba 2-0-4, Goldfarb 1-0-3, Lanchantin 1-0-2, Dowton, Mason, Folliard

Colby (9-8)

Russell 8-0-16, Van Loenen 7-1-15, Foreman 3-2-11, Orchingwa 3-1-7, Atlas 2-0-6, Beaulieu 2-1-5, Fischer 1-2-4, David 1-0-2, Coulon, Donovan Player X-X-X

3-pt. goals: Quezada 5, Cohen, Goldfarb; Foreman 3, Atlas 2

Halftime: Tufts 28-24

Saint Joe’s 74, Mount Ida 52

At Standish Saturday, Chris Petzy led the Saint Joseph’s College men with 19 points while Nicholas Jobin was scoring 13 for the 10-5 Monks.

Zach O’Brien scored 12 for the Monks.

David Gibbs and Keith Jones scored 15 and 14 points, respectively, for Mount Ida.

Mount Ida (4-11)

Benjamin 2-0-6, Cabral 1-1-3, Gibbs 6-0-15, Jones 5-1-14, Hillery 2-2-6, Wade, Desrosena, Louis, Wenz, Hapgood 1-0-3, Johnson 2-0-4, Montanino 0-1-1

Saint Joseph’s (10-5)

Vazquez 2-0-4, O’Brien 5-1-12, Kelley 3-0-8, Petzy 7-0-19, Noonan 2-1-5, Medeiros 2-3-9, Adams, Ibezim, Philbrook 1-0-2, Cullen, Cavallo, Ray, Savino, Jobin 5-3-13, McCloskey 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Gibbs 3, Jones 3, Hillery 2, Montanino, Jones, Cabral; Petzy 5, Kelley 2, Medeiros 2, O’Brien

Halftime: Saint Joseph’s 34-33

Bates 75, Bowdoin 71

At Brunswick Saturday, Alex Gallant of Bangor scored 20 points to help pace the Bates College Bobcats to an upset of rival Bowdoin College.

Brian Ellis and Reid Christian each scored 17 points and Nick Schmiemann added 11 for the Bobcats.

Justin Nowell paced the Polar Bears with 19 points. Randy Defeao and Will Hanley each scored 13. Ryan O’Connell added 12.

Bates (10-9)

Philbrook, Gallant 4-12-20, Brust 2-0-4, Schmiemann 4-1-11, Ellis 5-7-17, Christian 5-2-17, Deegan 0-2-2, Matarazzo 2-0-4, Squires, Weston

Bowdoin (11-4)

DeFeo 6-0-13, Nowell 6-7-19, Hanley 6-1-13, O’Connell 5-0-12, Staiger 1-2-4, Mathias, Madlinger 1-0-2, Littles 2-0-6, White, Carter, Lenker 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Christian 5, Schmiemann 2; O’Connell 2, Littles 2, DeFeo

Halftime: Bowdoin 38-21

Thomas 73, Johnson St. 62

At Johnson, Vt., Saturday, the Thomas College men overcame a seven-point halftime deficit by hitting seven of 15 3-pointers in the second half.

Stanley Greene Jr. led Thomas with 20 points. Andrew Duncanson had 19 points to go with nine rebounds. Franklin Salvador and Jarrad DeVaughn scored 11 and 10, respectively.

Ian Passino scored 18 points and Rob Key added 13 along with eight rebounds for Johnson State.

Castleton State 49, MMA 43

At Castine Saturday, Mark Comstock scored a game-high 19 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Castleton State College past Maine Maritime Academy.

Shawn Dostie led the Mariners with 15 points and seven rebounds. Dom Drake of Brewer had 13 points and six assists.

Castleton State (7-7)

Cochrane 2-0-4, Comstock 5-6-19, Schneider 1-0-2, Paul, Mustapha 1-0-2, Hughes, Eisenberg 2-0-6, Ackley 1-0-2, Cooney 2-3-7, Bennett, Knight 3-1-7

Maine Maritime (7-7)

Bell 1-0-2, Russell, Campbell 3-0-8, Pineo 2-1-6, Dostie 5-5-15, Drake 4-4-13, Eaton, Ball, Baker, Meklin

3-pt. goals: Comstock 3, Eisenberg 2; Campbell 2, Pineo, Drake

Halftime: Castleton 27-16

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