January 4, 2013

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Lanphier lifts Winslow to win

WINSLOW — Nason Lanphier scored a game-high 22 points as the Winslow High School boys basketball team Camden Hills 69-59 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B game Thursday evening.

Justin Martin added 13 points and 13 rebounds for Winslow (5-2). Austin Ireland also had nine points and 12 rebounds.

Connor Hart had 20 points for Camden Hills (5-2).

Medomak Valley 55, MCI 48: Ryan Ripley scored 12 points as the Panthers beat the Huskies in a KVAC B game in Pittsfield.

Micah Williamson had 11 points and Jonathan Hendrickson-Belloguet added 10 for Medomak Valley (7-1).

Jerry Chen led all scorers with 17 points for MCI (1-6).

Nokomis 54, Lincoln 39: Spencer Hartsgrove scored 26 points, including four 3-pointers as the Warriors cruised to a KVAC B win in Newport.

Andrew Cartwright added 15 points for Nokomis, which improves to 4-3.

Caleb Farrin had 13 points for Lincoln (2-6).

Hall-Dale 42, Mt. Abram 33: Sam Shepherd had 14 points as the Bulldogs beat the Cougars in an MVC game in Farmingdale.

Mike Woods added eight points for Hall-Dale (4-2).

Callum Dixon had six points for Mt. Abram (2-5).

Rangeley 41, Acadia 39: In Bangor, Orrin Mitchell hit a pair of free throws to seal the Lakers first win. A.J. Elms led the winners with 13 points while Spencer Young led Acadia with 16 points. Rangeley is 1-3, Acadia is 1-2.


Boys hockey

Skowhegan 6, Fryeburg/Lake Region 2:
Jake Johnson had two goals and two assists as the Indians beat the Ice Cats at Bridgton Academy to remain unbeaten.

Trey Michonski added two goals for Skowhegan, which improves to 6-0-0. Tyler Savage added a goal and an assist, while Chase Nelson had a goal and Kameron Nelson, Kristian Carrier, Tristan Libby and Anthony Paul each had an assist.

Sam Edmondson earned the win with 12 saves.

Mason LaPlante and Mike LeGoff each had a goal and Paul Stepanovic had 26 saves for Fryeburg/Lake Region (1-3-1).

Girls basketball

Camden Hills 48, Winslow 36
: Jordan Knowlton and Rachel Pease both scored 12 points as the Windjammers beat the Black Raiders in a KVAC B game in Winslow.

Megan Legage added 11 points for Camden Hills (4-3).

Devin Fitzgibbons led all scorers with 18 points for Winslow (2-5).

Rangeley 61, Acadia Christian 0: Blayke Morin scored 12 points as the Lakers cruised to a win in Trenton.

Abby Abbott added nine points, Emina Gunic had eight and Taylor Esty seven for Rangeley (4-0).

Medomak Valley 48, MCI 27: Hannah Marks and Taylor Simmons scored 11 points apiece to lead the Panthers to the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B win in Pittsfield. Ashley Alton led Maine Central Institute with 11 points, Medomak Valley is 2-6, MCI is 0-7.

Nokomis 54, Lincoln 36: Anna MacKenzie led all scorers with 22 points as the Warriors beat the Eagles in a KVAC B game in Newport.

Taylor Shaw added 14 points for Nokomis (7-0).

Jen Genthner had nine points for Lincoln (3-5).

Men’s hockey

Colby 3, Salem State 2
: Ben Chwick scored the game-winning goal to lift the Mules to a win over the Vikings on Wednesday in Waterville.

Jonathan Sdao assisted on the game-winner. Tommy Kader and Tyler Lingel each added a goal for the Mules (3-7-0). Sam Parker earned his first collegiate win, making 29 saves.

Kyle Phelan and Cam Moniz scored for Salem State (5-4-1). Ryan Sutliffe made 24 saves.

Men’s basketball

Colby 74, Roger Williams 50
: Chris Hudnut scored a career-high 24 points and pulled down eight rebounds to lead the Mules in the consolation game of the Naismith Classic on Wednesday in Springfield, Mass.

Danny Chase also had a career-high with 19 points for Colby (3-7). Connor O’Neil added 11 points while Patrick Stewart finished with eight.

Roger Williams falls to 4-6.

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