Play-off thread: Class C

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Re: Top Teams: Class C:

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Jan 17, 2018 6:31 am

Basketball Tournament Information

February 16-24, 2018 – North & South Quarter & Semi-Finals, Regional Championships
February 24, 2018 – Final day of practice and games for all teams not in State Championships
March 1, 2018 - Class A State Championships (Portland)
March 2, 2018 - Class AA State Championships (Portland)
March 2, 2018 – Class B State Championships (Bangor)
March 3, 2018 - Class D State Championships (Augusta)
March 3, 2018 – Class C State Championships (Augusta)

MPA Venue schedule links:
Schedule - Class AA North, AA South, A South, and B South (Portland Expo/Cross Insurance Arena)

Schedule - Class A North, and C and D South (Augusta Civic Center)

Schedule - Class B North, C North, and D North (Cross Insurance Center, Bangor)
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Re: Play-off thread: Class C

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Jan 18, 2018 1:43 am

Richmond girls basketball adapting — and thriving — in first Mountain Valley Conference season
Bobcats poised for success after making jump to larger, deeper conference.

... “More competition, that’s what we all like,” junior guard Ashley Abbott said. “Our school is a very competitive school, we like the close games.”

Class C South’s second-smallest school is looking right at home against the higher pressure of the MVC. Richmond came into Wednesday seeded fourth in Class C South at 7-4, but the Bobcats have impressed halfway through their first campaign in their new conference. Richmond is 3-1 against Class B opponents, and its four losses — to Monmouth, Madison, Boothbay and Mountain Valley — have come against the top three teams in the conference and a Falcons team that is 8-3 at Class B.

“I’m not surprised. I know what these girls are capable of,” coach Mike Ladner said. “I think the girls were a little bit … overwhelmed seeing, especially at the beginning of the season, playing the four Bs and Monmouth, Madison and Boothbay, but now that we’ve had time to process it, I think we’re fine.”

https://www.centralmaine.com/2018/01/17 ... ce-season/
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Re: Play-off thread: Class C

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jan 19, 2018 5:37 am

Central Aroostook Panthers (9-4) survive tough test from Fort Fairfield Tigers (7-6)
video recap begins at .43...
http://www.wagmtv.com/content/sports/Pa ... 49853.html
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Re: Play-off thread: Class C

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jan 19, 2018 5:39 am

Boothbay remains undefeated 12-0

Boothbay girls basketball too much for Oak Hill
Seahawks get off to quick start, then pull away for win.

...In the first half, Boothbay looked every bit an undefeated Class C South juggernaut. The Seahawks went 17-for-33 from the field, and went on runs of 13-2 in the first quarter and 17-3 to close the second.

“I felt like, in the first half, we did a much better job of executing and just sharing the basketball in transition,” coach Brian Blethen said. “In the second half, we just couldn’t seem to connect with each other and execute.”

As the lead grew, the Raiders couldn’t find an answer for Faith Blethen. The 6-foot-1 forward swatted shots and grabbed rebounds on defense, then finished off the break with one jumper after another on the opposite end. She had 15 points after 10 minutes of play, and had 17 points at halftime.

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Re: Play-off thread: Class C

Postby Therealslimshady » Fri Jan 19, 2018 11:26 pm

I like a Houlton/Dexter final here.
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Re: Play-off thread: Class C

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 20, 2018 7:31 am

Class C Scores from Fri Jan 19

Central (10-1) 74, Lee Acad.(0-12) 10
Dexter (11-1). 42, Schenck H.S. 33
Fort Kent (9-4) 44, Ashland District School 26
George Stevens Acad.(4-9) 42, Sumner (0-11) 22
Hebron (4-3) 44, Seacoast Christian 28
Houlton (10-0) 71, Mattanawcook (3-10) 47
Hyde 31 (3-5) , Gould Acad. (1-4) 18
KHS (8-2) 40, Islesboro Central Sch. 24
Monmouth (12-1) . 53, Madison (10-2) 48
Mtn. Valley H.S. 43, Mt. Abram (6-6) 38
Narraguagus (10-1) 70, Bucksport (2-10). 45
Old Orchard Beach (9-2). 56, North Yarmouth Acad. (6-5) 34
Richmond (9-4) 42, Carrabec (5-8) 19
Searsport (4-6) 47, Penquis Valley (6-7) 34
St. Dominic Academy (6-5) 54, Sacopee Valley H.S. 24
Stearns (9-2) 45, Penobscot Valley (8-4) 25
Traip Acad. (4-7) 53, Waynflete (4-6) 40


MEDIA from 1/19

Narraguagus girls basketball blitzes Bucksport 70-45
http://www.foxbangor.com/sports/item/23 ... her-scores

OOB girls move to 9-2 with win at NYA.
video: https://twitter.com/TLee_WMTW/status/954582652257959936

Monmouth gets past Madison, 53-38
...“I think we extended a little bit more. I don’t know if we can do that against them for 32 minutes,” Veneziano said.

Madison cut the deficit to single digits on a short jumper by Hay with six minutes to go, and then another Hay jumper cut it to eight with just over four minutes to play. But a 3 from Kaeti Butterfield less than a minute later was the dagger the Mustangs were looking for, starting a 9-2 game-ending run.

“Personally, once you start hitting shots and knocking down shots you kind of get into rhythm, and then you kind of start to forget about the fact that you’re tired,” Buttefield said. “And then when one person starts knocking down shots, then the whole team kind of follows and everything just kind of falls into place.”

Butterfield finished with 10 points, all in the second half, and helped make Hay work for her nine points.

The Mustangs needed her, with Day and Abbey Allen both battling injuries and fellow big Destiny Clough battling foul trouble

- http://www.sunjournal.com/girls-basketb ... son-53-38/
- https://www.centralmaine.com/2018/01/19 ... l-madison/
- video: https://twitter.com/TLee_WMTW/status/954572332881805312

Stearns (9-2) 45, Penobscot Valley (8-4) 25
Peighton Ingersoll connected for a game-high 17 points , Katherine Alley scored 12 points and Julia Stanley added 8 for Stearns (9-2).
Penobscot Valley (8-4) was led by Lexi Ireland’s 11 points and 10 points from Kortney McKechnie.
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Re: Play-off thread: Class C

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 21, 2018 6:03 am

Scores from Sat Jan 20 .. Class C

SCORES:
Central Aroostook Jr/Sr H.S. 41, Washburn Dist. H.S. 27
Fort Fairfield Mid/HS 28, Shead H.S. 18
Hall-Dale H.S. 31, Dirigo H.S. 29
Hebron 49, Gould Acad. 35
Jonesport Beals 50, Sumner 40
KHS 44, North Haven Comm. 24
Poland 52, Old Orchard Beach H.S. 40
Traip Acad. 38, North Yarmouth Acad. 23
Woodland Jr/Sr 52, Madawaska Mid/HS 34
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Re: Play-off thread: Class C

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Jan 23, 2018 3:22 am

Mon Jan 22

SCORES
Houlton H.S. 50, SACS 45
Hodgdon H.S. 30, Katahdin Mid/HS 27
Searsport Dist. 37, Bangor Christian 26
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Re: Play-off thread: Class C

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Jan 24, 2018 4:18 am

Score from Tues Jan 23
North Yarmouth Academy 44, Hyde 12
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Re: Play-off thread: Class C

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Jan 25, 2018 6:14 am

from Jan 24...

SCORES
Carrabec 43, Telstar 27
Central 65, Bucksport 46
Fort Fairfield 45, Washburn 44
Fort Kent 70, Van Buren 34
Freeport 58, Waynflete 46
Hebron Academy 32, Kents Hill 27
Houlton 72, Central Aroostook 38
Lake Region 47, Traip Academy 39
Madawaska 44, Wisdom 22
Madison 45, Dirigo 31
Mattanawcook Academy 62, Calais 58
Narraguagus 85, Sumner Mem. H.S. 25
Old Orchard Beach 35, Gray-New Gloucester 28
Piscataquis 45, Searsport 21
Richmond 53, Hall-Dale 23
Southern Aroostook 60, Hodgdon 32
Stearns 66, Machias 24

MEDIA
Central's Allen Hits 1000 Career Points in win Over Bucksport.
http://www.wabi.tv/content/sports/Centr ... 25093.html

Lake Region 47, Traip 39: Turnovers keep Traip from springing an upset
http://www.fosters.com/sports/20180124/ ... ging-upset

TWITTER VIDEO
Old Orchard girls knock off defening B champ in statement win. @OOBathletics
https://twitter.com/TLee_WMTW/status/956387437525327872

Freeport girls move to 10-2 with win over Waynflete. @FreeportFalcons
https://twitter.com/TLee_WMTW/status/956389434055974912
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