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Falmouth 80, Freeport 30

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

FALMOUTH The Freeport Falcons (0-6) ran into a buzzsaw Tuesday night at Falmouth (3-3). Falmouth converted several Falcon turnovers into points for the easy Western Maine Conference victory. Freeport was led by Rachel Foster with seven points, and Kari Oransky with nine rebounds. Allison DerHagopian led Falmouth with 26 points, while Anna Keeler had 12, and Haley Jordan and Katie McCarthy 10 a piece. Freeport's next game is at home, on Jan. 3, against Poland.

Falmouth 80, Freeport 30

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

FALMOUTH The Freeport Falcons (0-6) ran into a buzzsaw Tuesday night at Falmouth (3-3). Falmouth converted several Falcon turnovers into points for the easy Western Maine Conference victory. Freeport was led by Rachel Foster with seven points, and Kari Oransky with nine rebounds. Allison DerHagopian led Falmouth with 26 points, while Anna Keeler had 12, and Haley Jordan and Katie McCarthy 10 a piece. Freeport's next game is at home, on Jan. 3, against Poland.

Mt. Ararat 47, Hampden 36

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

TOPSHAM Ariel LeDuc scored 12 points, and the Mt. Ararat High School girls basketball team ran off 19 points in the third quarter in pulling away for a 47-36 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory over Hampden Academy on Tuesday. Hannah Fenwick was a force in the paint, pulling down a game-high 12 rebounds, blocking five shots and scoring eight points as Mt. Ararat outrebounded the Broncos 39-21. Brie Martin also chipped in eight points for the 3-3 Eagles, who are off until Dec. 30 before hosting Leavitt. Down 12-5, the 1-5 Broncos, behind four 3-pointers from Kayla Webb, ran off an 8-0 spurt for a 13-12 advantage and their only lead of the game. Mt. Ararat responded with an 8-2 run over the final few minutes of the half for a 21-15 advantage at the break. The Eagles nearly doubled their point total in the third quarter, as LeDuc, Martin and Fenwick hit big shots, and guard Amber Bowley picked up three steals. Mt. Ararat led 40-27 after three quarters. Mt. Ararat was 13 of 31 from the foul line, while Hampden finished three of nine.

Mt. Ararat 47, Hampden 36

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

TOPSHAM Ariel LeDuc scored 12 points, and the Mt. Ararat High School girls basketball team ran off 19 points in the third quarter in pulling away for a 47-36 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory over Hampden Academy on Tuesday. Hannah Fenwick was a force in the paint, pulling down a game-high 12 rebounds, blocking five shots and scoring eight points as Mt. Ararat outrebounded the Broncos 39-21. Brie Martin also chipped in eight points for the 3-3 Eagles, who are off until Dec. 30 before hosting Leavitt. Down 12-5, the 1-5 Broncos, behind four 3-pointers from Kayla Webb, ran off an 8-0 spurt for a 13-12 advantage and their only lead of the game. Mt. Ararat responded with an 8-2 run over the final few minutes of the half for a 21-15 advantage at the break. The Eagles nearly doubled their point total in the third quarter, as LeDuc, Martin and Fenwick hit big shots, and guard Amber Bowley picked up three steals. Mt. Ararat led 40-27 after three quarters. Mt. Ararat was 13 of 31 from the foul line, while Hampden finished three of nine.

Mustangs head into holiday with good win

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

The Mount View girls pulled out a 41-40 win over visiting Winslow Tuesday with a foul shot from senior center Dakota McAdam

Mount View led after each quarter break 15-2, 28-13 and 31-23 before the Black Raiders made a run in the fourth to just fall short of the comeback.

Scoring for Mount View were Alexis Bennett with 19 points; McAdam with eight; Jessica Smith seven; Macy Montminy four; Cassandra St. Clair 2 and Hayleigh Kein one.

For Winslow, Kasey Paquette (3), Elise Theriault (2), Megan Pelletier (7), Lynsey Vigue (3), Lindsay Gordon (11) and Elizabeth Ferry (14).

Sentinel article on Mt. View over Winslow

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

THORNDIKE -- The Heal points will show a win against a tough Winslow team. Those who saw it will remember the roller coaster the Mt. View girls basketball team had to ride to get that win. Ahead by 17 late in the first half, the Mustangs watched as Winslow stole the momentum and nearly the game. Mt. View wasn't safe until Dakota McAdam hit a free throw with eight seconds left and the Black Raiders missed a shot at the buzzer as Mt. View held on for a 41-40 victory on Tuesday night. "We had worked our hardest (in the first half), and at that point we kind of took it easy, and I think we took them too lightly," said Mt. View senior guard Alexis Bennett, who scored a game-high 17 points. "But we stuck with it. We got the win." Winslow (4-2), which never had the lead, got within 40-39 on a three-point play by freshman Megan Pelletier with 41 seconds left. The Raiders then tied the score on a free throw by Kasey Paquette with 29 seconds to go. Mt. View (5-1) worked the ball inside to McAdam (eight points, eight rebounds), and she drew a foul. McAdam had missed four foul shots in a row, but hit the first for the one-point lead. The Raiders rebounded the miss of the second free throw and set up a play, but Lindsay Gordon missed a long shot from the top of the key at the buzzer. The first half was unlike the second in every way, as Mt. View had leads of 10-0, 15-2 and 28-11. The Black Raiders committed 12 turnovers in the first quarter against Mt. View's press and looked tentative on the court. That changed when 5-foot-6 senior forward Jade Herman entered the game. Herman set picks, made smart passes, grabbed nine rebounds and disrupted Mt. View's flow. When freshman Elizabeth Ferry (14 points) scored in the final seconds of the first half, it started a 12-1 Winslow run that got the Raiders back in the game. "She hasn't got a chance to play a lot," Winslow coach Tom Nadeau said of Herman. "She was a spark for us. She blocked out. She got rebounds. She did those little things to help secure the basketball and give us a chance." Mt. View scored only 13 points in the second half and made just 5 of 15 free throws after the break. The Mustangs were 14 of 34 from the line on the night. Still, as someone once said, they're Heal points, not style points. "They're a great team," Bennett said. "They were making us work out there, and I feel that's it's a great win. They deserved it as much as we did. I'm just glad we came up on top." Matt DiFilippo -- 861-9243 mdifilippo@centralmaine.com

Brewer nips Brunswick in overtime

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Jackson scored 15 of her 17 points in the second half while Meghan McLain hit some monumental perimeter shots as the Witches rallied for a thrilling 57-54 overtime victory in a KVAC Class A girls basketball crossover game.

Oak Hill 50, Gardiner 38

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

WALES - Maggie Sabrine scored 20 points and Oak Hill exploded with 23 points in the first quarter as the Raiders (3-3) marched off with a 50-38 victory in a girls' basketball game Tuesday night. The Raiders built a 37-17 lead by the half and despite a 12-point second half, still knocked off the Tigers (2-3) For Gardiner, Laren Gorham scored 14 points, Chelsea Striker had 10, and Emily Kozna pulled down 10 rebounds.

Oak Hill 50, Gardiner 38

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

WALES - Maggie Sabrine scored 20 points and Oak Hill exploded with 23 points in the first quarter as the Raiders (3-3) marched off with a 50-38 victory in a girls' basketball game Tuesday night. The Raiders built a 37-17 lead by the half and despite a 12-point second half, still knocked off the Tigers (2-3) For Gardiner, Laren Gorham scored 14 points, Chelsea Striker had 10, and Emily Kozna pulled down 10 rebounds.

Lawrence 44, Lewiston 35

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

LEWISTON - Forward Kelli Murray drained 19 points to lead Lawrence to a 44-35 victory over Lewiston in KVAC girls' basketball action Tuesday. Following a prolific first quarter where the Bulldogs (4-2) took a 22-15 lead, both defenses clamped down over the next three frames. The Blue Devils (0-6) shortened their deficit to two on two separate ocassions until things slipped away in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter. Junior forward Jaime Swart led the Blue Devils with eight points. Kim Archibald scored six points and hauled down a respectable 13 boards, while Kailey Martin came off the bench for seven points and six boards.

Lawrence 44, Lewiston 35

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

LEWISTON - Forward Kelli Murray drained 19 points to lead Lawrence to a 44-35 victory over Lewiston in KVAC girls' basketball action Tuesday. Following a prolific first quarter where the Bulldogs (4-2) took a 22-15 lead, both defenses clamped down over the next three frames. The Blue Devils (0-6) shortened their deficit to two on two separate ocassions until things slipped away in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter. Junior forward Jaime Swart led the Blue Devils with eight points. Kim Archibald scored six points and hauled down a respectable 13 boards, while Kailey Martin came off the bench for seven points and six boards.

Madison 55, Telstar 31

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

MADISON - Junior forward Ali Russell compiled 18 points to lead Madison to a 55-31 victory over Telstar. The Bulldogs (4-2) utilized a full-court press in the first half as Russell scored eight of her 18 points, and junior forward Andrea Smith scored nine of her 11 points in the stanza. Kayla Merrill tossed in 10 points for the Rebels (0-5).

Leavitt 71, Mt. Blue 38

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

TURNER - Freshman forward Adrianna Newton poured in a game-high 20 points and grabbed 14 rebounds and Courtney Anderson tallied 18 points, eight assists and seven steals to lead Leavitt to a 71-38 victory over Mt. Blue in a Tuesday KVAC matchup. The Hornets (3-3) jumped out to a 23-14 advantage in the first quarter and allowed just three fourth-quarter points. Sabrina Keach led the Cougars (0-6) with nine points, while Marjorie Hardy added seven.

Leavitt 71, Mt. Blue 38

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

TURNER - Freshman forward Adrianna Newton poured in a game-high 20 points and grabbed 14 rebounds and Courtney Anderson tallied 18 points, eight assists and seven steals to lead Leavitt to a 71-38 victory over Mt. Blue in a Tuesday KVAC matchup. The Hornets (3-3) jumped out to a 23-14 advantage in the first quarter and allowed just three fourth-quarter points. Sabrina Keach led the Cougars (0-6) with nine points, while Marjorie Hardy added seven.

St. Dom's 51, NYA 31

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: December 24th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

YARMOUTH - Sophomore center Allaina Murphy fueled St. Dom's with 21 points as the Saints cruised to a 51-31 victory over North Yarmouth Academy in WMC girls' basketball action Tuesday. Murphy recorded 10 of her 21 points in a 19-7 first quarter run for the Saints (2-3). Senior guard Mary Lewis pitched in with 10 points, while Sarah Gosselin hauled down 10 rebounds for St. Dom's. Senior guard Blair Haggett led the Panthers' (2-3) offense with 11 points.
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