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Girls Basketball: Press Herald Recaps of Dec 12 games

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Posted: December 13th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

YORK 54, LAKE REGION 41
PORTLAND 52, MARSHWOOD 48
BONNY EAGLE 47, SANFORD 44
DEERING 45, NOBLE 20
SOUTH PORTLAND 74, WESTBROOK 29
GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 64, CAPE ELIZABETH 46
POLAND 40, YARMOUTH 28
FRYEBURG ACADEMY 74, FREEPORT 36
GREELY 64, KENNEBUNK 33
WAYNFLETE 63, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 12
OLD ORCHARD BEACH 50, SACOPEE VALLEY 22
BRUNSWICK 46, HAMPDEN ACADEMY 36
MT. ARARAT 58, BREWER 36
MEDOMAK VALLEY 31, ERSKINE ACADEMY 9

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Scarborough shows its depth. Four Red Storm players reach double figures in a 74-52 win over Windham.

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: December 13th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

“In the third quarter, they started out on fire,” Briggs said. “Coach preaches that we need to work our hardest in the first three minutes of a quarter. We didn’t do well those first 30 seconds, but it started to register. We were getting up the court, sticking our shots, and that’s what helped us pull away.” That, and a smothering defense led by senior forward Sam Sparda (two points, 12 rebounds and six assists). “Sam’s our anchor,” Briggs said. “We’re not going to let one person beat our team. Sam was a beast, and collectively we did a good job helping out.”Sparda’s top priority was to focus on Windham junior forward Sadie Nelson, who scored 24 points Wednesday in a 54-51 loss at Marshwood. Against Scarborough, she had seven points and 11 rebounds..

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McAuley hits its stride, earns key win over Gorham

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: December 13th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

PORTLAND—McAuley's girls' basketball team has demonstrated a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde personality in the early stage of the 2014-15 season. Friday evening, the Lions showed off both aspects in their home opener when dangerous Gorham paid a visit, but in the end, the good Lions won out. For nearly five minutes, McAuley couldn't generate any offense and allowed the Rams good looks at the basket, all of which added up to a 10-3 deficit. Then, the Lions began to come to life and while this team is still light years from the four champions who have preceded it, they did hint at what could be...

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Solid defensive effort helps Brunswick girls basketball team beat Hampden

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Posted: December 13th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

It was a game defensively that the Hampden Academy girls basketball team (1-2) wishes went the other way on Friday night against Brunswick, committing 37 turnovers that helped lead the host Dragons (2-1) to a 46-36 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory at Brunswick High School. “Just a …

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Gilmore's shot at buzzer lifts Bangor girls basketball team by Edward Little in OT

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Posted: December 13th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

AUBURN — Emily Gilmore wasn’t even born when Lorenzo Charles grabbed his famous rebound off a Dereck Whittenburg shot to win the 1983 National Championship game for N.C. State. But Friday night, Bangor’s junior guard put herself in a similar position and produced a relatively similar stunning result to lead …

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Edward Little overcomes Bangor comebacks to remain undefeated

Sport: Basketball (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: December 13th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

BANGOR, Maine — One reason the Edward Little of Auburn boys basketball team was picked first in this year’s Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A preseason poll was because of the Red Eddies’ veteran leadership. Coach Mike Adams’ club needed all of that experience Friday night to remain unbeaten through three games, withstanding a 3-point shooting barrage by Bangor during the second half to escape Red Barry Gymnasium with a 66-64 victory...

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Maine hockey team beats UNH with 5 unanswered goals, breaking 8-game losing streak

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Posted: December 13th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

MANCHESTER, N.H. — The University of Maine men’s hockey team spotted the University of New Hampshire a 2-0 lead before rallying for five unanswered goals to snap an eight-game losing streak with a 5-2 triumph at the Verizon Wireless Arena on Friday night. It was a non-conference game between the …

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HS Broadcast listing for Friday Dec 12, 2014

Sport: Basketball (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: December 12th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

BASKETBALL, BOYS
LAWRENCE at CONY, 7 pm
- Cony Basketball Click to watch video

MT. VALLEY at MONMOUTH, 6:30 p.m. 
- WTBM Rumford 100.7 fm Click for Audio or search MBR southern Maine on your tunein radio app...

EDWARD LITTLE at BANGOR, 7 p.m.
- WEZQ Bangor 92.9 fm Click for audio
- WZON Bangor AM 620 Click for audio

MATTANAWCOOK ACADEMY at HOULTON, 7 p.m.
- WHOU Houlton (100.1 FM) radio click for audio click for video

CENTRAL AROOSTOOK at MSSM, 7 p.m.
- WHOU Houlton click for video

LEE at WASHINGTON ACADEMY, 7 p.m. 
WALZ Machias (95.3 FM) radio

LINCOLN ACADEMY at OCEANSIDE, 7 p.m. 
- WBYA Islesboro (105.5 FM) 

WINSLOW H.S. at GARDINER, 7 P.M.
- Munzing Media click to watch video

CAPE ELIZABETH at GRAY NEW GLOUCESTER , 7 P.M.
- WCSH6 - click to watch video


BASKETBALL, GIRLS
LINCOLN ACADEMY at OCEANSIDE, 4:45 p.m.
- WBYA Islesboro (105.5 FM) 

CENTRAL AROOSTOOK at MSSM, 5:30 p.m. 
- WHOU Houlton click for video
MDI at HERMON, 7 p.m. 
- WDEA Ellsworth AM1370 Click for audio

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PI's Hannah Graham Chooses Bowdoin

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Posted: December 12th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

Hannah Graham of Caribou declined two Division II scholarship offers for the opportunity to get a Bowdoin education and play for Coach Adrienne Shibles in their storied program. Graham garnered significant interest from schools of all divisions after playing for the Maine Firecrackers following her junior year but decided the best academic, social, and basketball fit was to bring her silky smooth stroke to Brunswick...

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Falmouth boys dig deep to beat Wells

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Posted: December 12th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

By Michael Hoffer.. FALMOUTH—Falmouth's boys' basketball team came into the season heralded as talented but unproven and Thursday evening, in just the second game of the season, the Yachtsmen faced their first character test. And passed it with flying colors. Falmouth led visiting Wells by nine points entering the fourth quarter, but suddenly, the Yachtsmen had to play without senior standout Jack Simonds, who received his second technical foul, and a seemingly sure victory was in doubt...

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Bridgton News Player of the Week: Nick Wandishin - Lake Region

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Posted: December 12th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

Nick Wandishin is a true Laker, Coach J.P. Yorkey says. “Nick is a talented three-sport athlete, a good student, a great kid, and a super teammate,” the Lake Region varsity boys’ basketball coach said. “He is a true Laker indeed.” In basketball, Nick is off to a fine start, his coach said. “His work ethic in practice and his performance in games has been impressive. Nick has good skills and finishes well around the basket. He is much tougher and stronger than people give him credit...

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Bridgton News: Player of the Week: CeCe Hancock

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Posted: December 12th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

Sierra “CeCe” Hancock plays with a high motor and certainly wears her emotions on her sleeve. “CeCe possesses a tremendous work ethic. She has a motor that simply does not quit. Our focus as individuals on a Team is to show up and make each other better every single day, no days off, and CeCe exemplifies that type of mentality,” Lake Region varsity girls’ basketball coach Paul True said. “She continues to mature as a student-athlete and is deserving of our Player of the Week honors.”...

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AD Jeff Benson gets an award, but it's not about winning

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Posted: December 12th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

PARIS—Jeff Benson takes very little credit for his own success, but he's doing something right. Benson, the athletic director at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School, is one of 10 winners of the Distinguished Service Award given by the National Interscholastic Athletic Association. He will be honored this month at the 45th annual National Athletic Directors Conference in National Harbor, Md. “I’m very humbled by it,” Benson says. “Trust me, the people who are around me that I work with make myjob so much easier because they care just as much as I do and they do just as much. This is an award that, yeah it might have my name on it, but it goes to the administration, it goes to my coaches, it goes to the athletes, it goes to the community and it goes to [athletic department secretary Pam Colby] who really is the glue that holds this department together.'...

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Bucksport's Matt Stewart earns conference football awards

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Posted: December 12th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

BREWER — Bucksport football player Matthew Stewart was recognized for both his athleticism and academic success at the annual Little Ten Conference’s Class D postseason banquet Sunday. The senior quarterback, who was also named one of 13 semifinalists for the 44th annual James J. Fitzpatrick Trophy a day earlier, earned the LTC’s Art Greenlaw Player of the Year Award as well as the seventh annual Silvernail Academic Scholar Award...

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Foster's Girls' Basketball previews: Marshwood, Noble, Traip

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Posted: December 12th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

MARSHWOOD
Outlook: The Hawks have 10 players back from a team that just missed making the Western Maine Class A playoffs. Coach Petrie is also back after a one-year leave of absence. McLean is one of the top guards in the region and St. Pierre, recovering from her third ACL tear, is currently on the mend. The team can go 10 to 12 deep, which will fit into their pressing mentality. “We’ll play a lot of kids and be a tough out on certain nights,” said Petrie...

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