January 30, 2013

Girls' Roundup: OOB hands Hyde 1st loss

From staff reports

BATH - Old Orchard Beach rallied from an early 10-point deficit Tuesday night to hand Hyde its first girls' basketball loss, 49-35.

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Miranda Chadbourne of Lake Region looks for a shot after beating Falmouth’s Molly Ryan off the dribble in Tuesday night’s Western Maine Conference girls’ basketball game at Falmouth. Lake Region won, 54-31.

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CeCe Hancock of Lake Region is surrounded by Falmouth defenders, Shannon Page, left, Emma Powers and Meg Palombo, right.

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The Seagulls (11-4) struggled early, scoring four points in the first quarter, but clamped down on defense to get back in the game.

Abigail Dubois scored 14 for the Seagulls. Haley Plante added 12, all from 3-point range, and Christina Coleman scored 11.

Diamond Brown had 14 for the Phoenix (13-1).


WINDHAM 35, SANFORD 33: Luisa Sbardella hit baseline jumper with 8 seconds left to give the Eagles (9-7) a win over the Spartans (9-6) at Sanford.

Taylor Littlefield led Sanford with 14 points.

The Spartans led 22-11 at halftime, but the Eagles whittled away at the lead through the second half.


THORNTON 45, WESTBROOK 14: Olivia Shaw scored 20 points to lead the Trojans (10-5) past the Blue Blazes (1-14) at Saco.


FREEPORT 56, FRYEBURG 35: Nina Davenport scored 28 points and collected 10 rebounds as the Falcons (9-6) topped the Raiders (3-12) at Freeport.

It was Davenport's third consecutive double-double for the Falcons. Aubrey Pennell added 12 points.

Freeport started strong, leading 34-14 by halftime.

Skye Dole came on strong for Fryeburg in the second half and finished with 16 points.


MCAULEY 75, SOUTH PORTLAND 48: Allie Clement poured in 24 points with four 3-pointers to power the Lions (15-0) past the Red Riots (11-4) at South Portland.

Sarah Clement added 14 points with four 3-pointers and Victoria Lux had 13 for McAuley.

Brianne Maloney scored 16 for South Portland.


GORHAM 62, MARSHWOOD 35: Molly Merrifield had 18 points and 11 rebounds to pace the Rams (9-6) over the Hawks (6-9) at Gorham.

The Rams had three other players in double figures. Abby Hamilton scored 13, Kristin Ross 12 and Jessica Rexrode 11.


SCARBOROUGH 59, MASSABESIC 27: Mary Redmond notched 14 points as the Red Storm (12-3) handled the Mustangs (2-12) at Scarborough.

Courtney Alofs added 10 points and Maria Philbrick scored nine for Scarborough.

Nicole Roberge had 10 points for Massabesic.


BONNY EAGLE 54, BIDDEFORD 26: Marley Harmon and Delaney McCullough each had 11 points to lift the Scots (5-10) over the Tigers (4-11) at Biddeford.

Shannon Sanborn added 10 points for the Scots.


LAKE REGION 54, FALMOUTH 31: Kelsey Winslow scored 19 points for the Lakers (13-2) in their win over the Yachtsmen (7-8) at Falmouth.

The Lakers went on a 23-4 run in the third quarter to break away from a fivepoint halftime advantage.

The Lakers scored 11 points from the foul line on 12 attempts during that stretch, Winslow led the way going 6 for 6.


GREELY 57, YARMOUTH 41: Jaclyn Storey was the leading scorer with 24 points as the Rangers (14-2) topped the Clippers (1-15) at Yarmouth.

Ashley Storey was also in double figures for the Rangers with 14 points.

Grace O'Donnell led the Clippers with 10.


CAPE ELIZABETH 48, WELLS 39: Emma O'Rourke scored nine points during the fourth quarter as the host Capers (8-7) outscored the Warriors (6-9) 16-10 to widen a three-point lead to a nine-point victory.

Cape Elizabeth scored 10 of its points from the line in the fourth, including seven by O'Rourke.

O'Rourke finished with 15 points, complemented by Marlo Dell'Aquila's 14 points and nine rebounds. Alison Furness' 20 led the Warriors.


YORK 56, TRAIP 27: Anne Graziano, Ruby Cribby and Shannon Todd stretched a pressure defense beyond the 3-point line to shut out the Rangers (5-10) during 13-0 run second-quarter run, giving the Wildcats (13-2) a 34-15 halftime lead in York.

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