Friday, April 18, 2014
From Staff Reports
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Quirion hit four 3-pointers in the win. Haley Quirion added 11 points for the Rams and Olivia Deeves chipped in with six points and nine assists.
Brunswick (6-2) was led by Julia Champagne with 18 points and Lyse Henshaw with 15.
WELLS 43, CAPE ELIZABETH 28: Alison Furness scored 12 points, Jordan Agger had 10 and the Warriors (7-1) used free-throw shooting to beat the Capers (5-3) at Wells.
The Warriors were 21 of 26 from the line overall and 11 of 11 in the third quarter, when an 18-7 run put them up 32-22.
PORTLAND 64, WESTBROOK 45: Brianna Holdren scored 17 points to pace the Bulldogs (7-1) over the visiting Blue Blazes (3-6).
Mariana Angelo added 12 points, and Elizabeth Donato and Cierra Burnham had 10 apiece for Portland.
Alisha Aube had 13 points for Westbrook.
YORK 47, FALMOUTH 37: Chloe Smedley scored 15 points with 10 rebounds as the Wildcats (6-2) handled the Yachtsmen (2-6) at York.
Emma Thomson had 11 points, Erin McCafferty added eight and Shannon Todd closed with seven points and four assists for York.
Jessica Burton had 10 points and Adelaide Cooke had nine for Falmouth, which was held to single digits in the first three quarters before rallying for 19 points in the fourth.
GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 45, HEBRON 37: Clarissa Jones scored 14 points in the fourth quarter as Portland Christian (1-5) went to full-court pressure and outscored Hebron (0-4) 16-6, turning a 31-29 deficit into an eight-point victory in South Portland.
Jones finished with 30. The Lumberjacks’ Olivia Brown countered with 25 points.
CARRABEC 65, BOOTHBAY 38: Emma Pluntke had 14 points and eight rebounds to lead the Cobras to the MVC win in North Anson.
Mickayla Willette added nine points and five steals for Carrabec (6-2) and Macy Welch scored a team-high 21 points.
Boothbay (4-4) was led by Morgan Crocker with a game-high 24 points.HOCKEY
BIDDEFORD 4, YORK 1: Katherine Dumoulin scored twice while leading the Tigers (6-4) past York (1-7-1) in Biddeford.
Dalani Roy added a goal and an assist for Biddeford; Brea Rivard also scored. Kendall Carr scored for the Wildcats.