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Seniors rally Winslow boys past Oceanside 46-40

Sport: Basketball (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: February 15th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

BANGOR, Maine — Oceanside made a fourth-quarter charge Saturday morning, but Winslow’s seniors weren’t about to fold. Josh Kervin scored the tiebreaking basket and sank two free throws, both in the last 45 seconds, to lift No. 2 Winslow to a 46-40 Eastern Maine Class B boys quarterfinal victory at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. Coach Jared Browne’s Black Raiders (17-2) advance to Wednesday’s 7:05 p.m. semifinal against No. 3 Old Town. “Our seniors down the stretch really stepped up,” Browne said. “When it was a tie game with under a minute left, Josh Kervin going to the rim and getting that go-ahead layup — that’s senior leadership.”

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Tournament Broadcast listing for Sat Feb 14

Sport: Basketball (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

 Tourney Time 2015
RADIO / AUDIO STREAM BROADCAST
BASKETBALL, BOYS


MESSALONSKEE VS OXFORD HILLS 3:30 PG
- WOXO Norway 92.7 fm Click for Audio or search WOXO on your tunein radio app... LIVE BLOG / CHAT - interact while listening to the game with the sports crew at centralmaine.com note: open 2 windows, listen to stream on 1 , other for live blog. read updates, ask questions ? 

OCEANSIDE vs. WINSLOW, 9:05 a.m. 
- WBYA Islesboro (105.5 FM) 
- WEZQ Bangor 92.9 fm Click for audio 

MDI vs. GARDINER, 1:35 p.m 
- WDEA Ellsworth AM1370 Click for audio
- WEZQ Bangor 92.9 fm Click for audio

MEDOMACK VALLEY vs. MCI, 4:35 p.m. 
- WBYA Islesboro (105.5 FM) 
- WEZQ Bangor 92.9 fm Click for audio

BASKETBALL, GIRLS
CAMDEN HILLS vs. OCEANSIDE, 10:35 a.m. 
- WBYA Islesboro (105.5 FM) 
- WEZQ Bangor 92.9 fm Click for audio

GARDINER at MDI, 3:05 p.m. 
- WDEA Ellsworth AM1370 Click for audio
- WEZQ Bangor 92.9 fm Click for audio
- WZON Bangor AM 620 Click for audio

EAST GRAND vs. FORT FAIRFIELD, 7:35 p.m. 
- WEGP Presque Isle AM1390 click for audio options
- WEZQ Bangor 92.9 fm Click for audio
- WZON Bangor AM 620 Click for audio

VAN BUREN vs. SHEAD, 9:05 p.m. 
- WEGP Presque Isle AM1390 click for audio options
- WEZQ Bangor 92.9 fm Click for audio
- WZON Bangor AM 620 Click for audio

LIVE VIDEO STREAM / TV 
** Notes** 
Live Video Stream: - all qtr-final games are available via pay per view.http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/channels/maine
- Semi-finals: ( starts wed. Feb 18)
TV / stream 
Bangor and Augusta sites .. MPBN
Portland TWC - no stream as far as I know

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Hawks focus on 4th straight wrestling title

Sport: Wrestling  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — The road to the Maine Class A wrestling state championship today at Mt. Ararat High School will go through Marshwood High School. The Hawks dominated last Saturday’s regional event, which they hosted, winning their fourth straight title (242 points to 218 for second-place Noble). Now they set their sights on a fourth consecutive Class A crown. “If Marshwood wrestles like they did Saturday, it won’t matter what we do,” said Noble coach Kip DeVoll. Maybe. Maybe not. The Knights had a very good regional performance, highlighted by a trio of regional crowns, all from sophomores. All told, Noble had 11 wrestlers advance, and eight were underclassmen...

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Eastern A girls' quarterfinal: Edward Little runs away from Mt. Blue

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

w/ video interview..AUGUSTA — When foul trouble played a significant role Friday night, so did Jordyn Reynolds.The Edward Little sophomore center produced the best game of her varsity career in an Eastern A quarterfinal win over Mt. Blue. “I had to step up,” Reynolds said. “I had a shot and I took advantage of it.” Reynolds finished with a career-high 16 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Red Eddies past the Cougars, 43-32. Her 10 points in the third quarter were crucial as EL opened up an eight-point lead. Though Mt. Blue stayed within striking distance in the final quarter, the Red Eddies were able to finish off the victory and advance to Wednesday’s semifinals...

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Fontaine cementing legacy between pipes with Lewiston

Sport: Hockey (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

Lewiston High School girls' hockey goaltender coach Jim Theiss has been working with netminders since the program was formed nine years ago. In those nine years, Theiss said he hasn't seen a better goaltender come through the program than senior Paige Fontaine, who will play her final game between the pipes for the Blue Devils in the state title game against Falmouth this afternoon. "She's made it easy for me," Theiss said. "I just keep her company for an hour. She has all the skills. I know she plays a lot of hockey with the boys' teams. As far as skill-wise, she's probably one of the best goalies, if not the best goalie, in the state. She's one of the best goalies I've seen in girls' hockey." ...

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Lewiston, Falmouth meet for state title

Sport: Hockey (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

With more than 150 games in the books, the girls' hockey season comes down to one, final contest. Four teams were eliminated at the conclusion of the regular season. Another 10 saw their season end during the playoffs, some in heartbreaking fashion. Now that the dust has settled, only two teams remain — the top seed from each region. Lewiston and Falmouth meet Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee. This is the Blue Devils' second consecutive trip to the title game and fourth in program history...

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Mt. Blue girls fall to Edward Little in Eastern A quarters

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

Jordyn Reynolds came off the bench to post a double-double to lead the Red Eddies to a 43-32 win and a semifinals berth.. AUGUSTA — The stars come out at tournament time, but sometimes a player can surprise you, too. Such was the case for the Edward Little High School girls basketball team on Friday night. Sophomore Jordyn Reynolds came off the bench for the Red Eddies and had her best game of the season. The 6-foot Reynolds scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, helping No. 5 Edward Little take a 43-32 win over No. 5 Mt. Blue in the Eastern A quarterfinals at the Augusta Civic Center. AUGUSTA — The stars come out at tournament time, but sometimes a player can surprise you, too. Such was the case for the Edward Little High School girls basketball team on Friday night. Sophomore Jordyn Reynolds came off the bench for the Red Eddies and had her best game of the season. The 6-foot Reynolds scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, helping No. 5 Edward Little take a 43-32 win over No. 5 Mt. Blue in the Eastern A quarterfinals at the Augusta Civic Center...

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Skowhegan's Craig going for fourth state title

Sport: Wrestling  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

The Indians are in the mix for a Class A wrestling championship..TOPSHAM — Ty Craig will be looking to cement his legacy in Skowhegan Area High School wrestling history Saturday at Mt. Ararat High School, but it will not by easy. Craig will be looking to finish off a bid for his fourth state title at the Class A championship, but a meeting against Marshwood’s Bradley Beaulieu at 120 pounds likely awaits him in the finals. Beaulieu is a defending state champion who placed at New Englands last season...

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Irving, Lawrence drop Messalonskee in Eastern A quarters

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

The Bulldogs avenged last year's upset loss to the Eagles with a 65-44 victory.. AUGUSTA — Long and strong. Those words not only describe the Lawrence Bulldogs’ dominant frontcourt but their collective memory. Led by Nia Irving’s 27 points and nine rebounds, No. 2 Lawrence avenged last year’s quarterfinal upset at the hands of Messalonskee with a never-in-doubt 65-44 win Friday night at the Augusta Civic Center. Lawrence (18-1) advances to face No. 6 Brunswick, which upset defending regional champion Oxford Hills earlier in the day, in a regional semifinal Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. “(Last year) is definitely something that is fueling us from here on out,” said senior forward Paige Belanger, who finished with four points and 11 rebounds. “It’s been fueling us all season to work harder every day and get better as a team.”

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Forest Hills boys' experience a favorable factor in Western D

Sport: Basketball (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

Valley and Richmond are among the teams trying to knock off the unbeaten Tigers.. A little tournament experience can go a long way in high school basketball. When a team has the postseason resume Forest Hills’ seniors bring to this year’s Western Class D tournament, how far can it go? Tanner Daigle, Brandon Ouellette, Ryan Petrin and Matt Turner are hoping to cap careers that already include nearly a dozen tournament games, one state championship (2013) and two regional titles (2012, 2013) with a flourish. “We have four kids that have a ton of tournament time,” Forest Hills coach Anthony Amero said. “They’ve played about 11 tournament games together, so that can definitely be an advantage, we like to think.”...

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Defending champs may be over their heads in state swimming meets

Sport: Swimming

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

Only Cheverus in Class A boys is expected to win again..A year ago a snowstorm prompted officials to truncate the Class B boys’ swimming and diving state championship meet from morning trials and evening finals to one big timed finals. This year all four state meets will follow the same format – although another snowy forecast bumped the Class A boys’ meet to Wednesday (instead of Monday) at Bowdoin College and pushed back Monday’s Class B girls’ meet at the University of Maine from morning to afternoon...

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Wrestling champion remains in the shadows

Sport: Wrestling  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

Jackson Howarth of Marshwood just keeps winning, whether he receives acclaim or not...SOUTH BERWICK — Sixteen Maine wrestlers have won four high school state titles. Jackson Howarth of Marshwood High, wrestling at 160 pounds, is heavily favored to become No. 17 sometime around 3:30 p.m. Saturday. If Howarth is successful it will be his 190th career win against just 16 losses, according to the Marshwood coaching staff. Then, in all likelihood, less than six minutes later, Howarth’s more celebrated teammate, Cody Hughes, will become the 18th four-time champ with his 204th career win. That would set a record for victories by a Maine high school wrestler. So it goes for Howarth. Overshadowed again...

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Eastern Class A girls: Brunswick upsets Oxford Hills

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

The sixth-seeded Dragons advance to the semifinal with a 37-32 win over No. 3 Oxford Hills.

AUGUSTA — After losing two close games against Oxford Hills during the regular season, the Brunswick girls’ basketball team had a good idea what it needed to do to spring an upset in the Eastern Class A tournament. The sixth-seeded Dragons played hard-nosed defense and controlled the tempo on the way to a 37-32 win over the No. 3 Vikings in a regional quarterfinal Friday afternoon at the Augusta Civic Center. Brunswick (12-7) will face No. 2 Lawrence at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Civic Center. “This is such a good team win for us,” said Brunswick’s Julia Champagne, who scored all of her team-high 13 points in the second half. “We had such a good week of practices and that’s why we played the way we did today. Everyone contributed to this win in their own way. It’s such a great feeling.”...

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Deering escapes Gorham in thrilling quarterfinal

Sport: Basketball (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

PORTLAND—Inspiration can come from anywhere during the tournament. For Deering's basketball team, motivation has come from the desire to experience something that's far from popular, but rewarding nonetheless. After losing to rival Portland in the regular season finale last Thursday, the Rams, ranked fifth in Western A, entered the week hoping to find a way to gather for one more Saturday morning practice, but that would entail winning two games. After surviving No. 12 Scarborough in a preliminary round contest played under difficult circumstances Tuesday, Deering had...

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Team effort lifts Lewiston past Brunswick

Sport: Hockey (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: February 14th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

LEWISTON – The Lewiston Blue Devils took advantage of their first period power plays to put away the Brunswick Dragons Friday night in a 7-0 win at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee. The Devils played on top of their game for the team’s seniors, who were playing in their final regular season home game of the year. Lewiston allowed just three shots on net through the entire game while allowing none in the third period helping senior Nick Hawk get his first shutout of the season. “We had to treat this as a playoff game,” said Lewiston head coach Jamie Belleau. “We have to make sure that we’re executing on all ends of the ice. Defensively, neutral zone, offensively, we can’t take anybody lightly...

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