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Mattanawcook runs turn back Old Town Coyotes

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: January 22nd, 2009 by Tom Nolette

LINCOLN, Maine — It was a game of runs, and fortunately for the Mattanawcook girls basketball team, the Lynx had plenty of them.

The hosts steamrolled out to a 14-point halftime lead only to have Old Town whittle that to only three late in the third quarter, but MA persevered and outscored the Coyotes 21-8 over the final 9:21 to post a 58-39 Big East victory Wednesday night.

Famed coach, referee Charlie Katsiaficas dies at 82

Sport: Basketball (boys)  Posted: January 22nd, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Katsiaficas, the son of Greek immigrants from Nashua, N.H., made his mark as a coach at Ellsworth High School and as a basketball referee at the high school and college levels. He was also a baseball umpire.

He only coached the Ellsworth boys basketball team for five years but led the Eagles to undefeated back-to-back state Class L championships in his second and third seasons and berths in the New England Championships.

 

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CMCC unloads on SMCC, 87-66

Sport: Basketball (boys)  Posted: January 22nd, 2009 by Tom Nolette

AUBURN - Central Maine Community College took out a month - no, make that two years - of frustration on its perpetual men's basketball measuring stick from Southern Maine Community College on Wednesday night.

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Cony back in playoff hunt

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: January 21st, 2009 by Tom Nolette

But a funny thing happened to this Cony team, said first-year head coach Karen Sirois. The Rams have found confidence, rediscovered how to play basketball and have won three of their four games to begin the second half of the season.

Mattanawcook runs turn back Old Town Coyotes

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: January 21st, 2009 by Tom Nolette

LINCOLN, Maine — It was a game of runs, and fortunately for the Mattanawcook girls basketball team, the Lynx had plenty of them.

The hosts steamrolled out to a 14-point halftime lead only to have Old Town whittle that to only three late in the third quarter, but MA persevered and outscored the Coyotes 21-8 over the final 9:21 to post a 58-39 Big East victory Wednesday night.

Noble 38, Thornton 34

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: January 21st, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Sloane Sorrell had 16 points and 14 rebounds to lead Noble (9-4) over Thornton Academy (3-10) at North Berwick.

Becky Creveling finished with 15 points and scored all 13 of Noble's first-quarter points. Sorrell scored all 10 of the Knights' points in the third quarter.

Sorrell, Erica Anderson and Taylor O'Neil made free throws in the final 1:30 of the game to preserve the lead.

SP 57, Bonny Eagle 26

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: January 21st, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Danielle McCusker scored 22 of her game-high 25 points in the first half as the Red Riots (7-5) opened a 30-14 lead against the Scots (3-9)

Waynflete 63, Hyde 54

Sport: Basketball (boys)  Posted: January 21st, 2009 by Tom Nolette

John Malia scored 10 of his game-high 26 points in the third quarter to help Waynflete (3-9) pull away from Hyde (5-2) at Bath.

After a 29-29 halftime tie, the Flyers took control in the third period with aggressive rebounding and crisper passing to open a 51-41 lead.

Cecil Gardner added 15 points and Bill Ngoal had 11 for Waynflete.

Deon Richardson led Hyde with 19 points.

SP 81, Kennebunk 40

Sport: Basketball (boys)  Posted: January 21st, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Keegan Hyland scored 34 points as the Red Riots (12-1) rolled past the Rams (2-11) at South Portland.

Hyland scored 30 points in the first half as the Riots opened a 51-17 lead.

George Jarvis led Kennebunk with 13 points.

Deering 72, Massabesic 56

Sport: Basketball (boys)  Posted: January 21st, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Khadar Abbas scored 22 points, and Jamie Ross added 14 points and 12 rebounds Tuesday night to lead Deering to a 72-56 victory against Massabesic in a Southern Maine Activities Association schoolboy basketball game.

Deering (9-4) also got 15 points and nine rebounds from Ian Nono, and 14 points and seven boards from Ronald Abwoch.

Jimmy Thyng led Massabesic (4-8) with 17 points. David Chaves added 15.

It's a form-fitter

Sport: Basketball (boys)  Posted: January 21st, 2009 by Tom Nolette

SACO — Thornton Academy has a balanced offense where, on any given night, any starter can be the leading scorer.

Usually it's James Morse or Andrew Shaw, but Tuesday night it was Michael Guerin who scored a career-high 25 points, sparking the Golden Trojans to an 83-59 win over Bonny Eagle in a Southern Maine Activities Association boys' basketball game at Linnell Gym.

Mtn. Valley 80, Carrabec 40

Sport: Basketball (boys)  Posted: January 21st, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Cameron Kaubris poured in 28 points and had six assists to lead Mountain Valley to an 80-40 victory over Carrabec.

Leading 31-26 at halftime, the Falcons used a 23-5 run in the third quarter.

Travis Ruff had a triple-double with 19 points, 10 rebounds, 11 assists and five steals. Matt Laubauskas had 14 rebounds and seven points.

Erskine 46, Oak Hill 36

Sport: Basketball (boys)  Posted: January 21st, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Erskine used a 18-7 run in the third quarter to rally back from a eight-point deficit and post a 46-36 victory over Oak Hill.

Garrett Holt led the Eagles (8-6) with 16 points. The Raiders (1-13) were paced by Sean Grenier with 16 points, while Cam Morin tallied seven. Ben Foss also contributed with six points and 11 rebounds.

Mountain Valley 57, Monmouth 21

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: January 21st, 2009 by Tom Nolette

After jumping out to a 12-point lead in the first quarter, Mountain Valley rolled past Monmouth 57-21 in an MVC girls' tilt Tuesday.

Lauren LePage netted 10 of her 16-point tally in the first quarter to set the tone for this one. Emily Knapp chipped in for the Falcons (10-3) with 10 points, while Vanessa Cayer tallied nine and Meagan Maifeld added eight.

The Mustangs (1-11) were led by Bethany Neal with a six-point effort, while Courtney McFarron and Kelsie Hilton each added four.

Oak Hill 54, Erskine 52

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: January 21st, 2009 by Tom Nolette

After being outgunned 13-8 in the second quarter, Oak Hill stepped it up a notch in the second half to post a 54-52 victory over Erskine.


Maggie Sabine nailed a pair of key three-pointers late in regulation and finished with a game-high 18 points for the Raiders (8-6). Darby Beaulieu chipped in for Oak Hill with 10 points, while Carrie Heyden and Abby Goulet also contributed with nine each.

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