Winners of four of their last five games including a win at Boston College, the Maine Men’s Basketball team looked for their second straight win in the America East conference when they welcomed in Stony Brook to Alfond Arena.UMaine getting votes in the national mid-major top 25 poll this week.
Boys Basketball Bangor 40, Lewiston 34 Bangor Christian 45, Searsport District 40 Biddeford 58, Massabesic 55 Camden Hills Regional 69, Nokomis Regional 54 Cheverus 58, Portland 41 Deering 72, Noble 35 Dirigo 40, Monmouth Academy 25 Edward Little 60, Brewer 59, OT Elan 47, Seacoast Christian School 28 Forest Hills Consolidated 52, Rangeley Lakes Regional 47 Fort Fairfield 65, Katahdin 40 Foxcroft Academy 45, Orono 42 Gardiner Area 68, Belfast Area 54 Hall-Dale 41, Jay 37 Hampden Academy 95, Cony 53 Lawrence 43, Morse 37 Livermore Falls 62, Georges Valley 35 Madawaska 63, Houlton Christian Academy 38 Maine Central Institute 57, Rockland District 45 Medomak Valley 57, Leavitt Area 37 Mountain Valley 72, St.
The Orono girls, just days after their first loss of the season, tried to maintain their top-three hold in the Class ‘C’ heel points when they went on the road to take on Old Town.We start at the end of the third, Jade Keezer for Orono takes it herself and beats the buzzer.
GIRLS BASKETBALL Bangor Christian 33, Katahdin 29 Biddeford 64, Noble 28 Bonny Eagle 38, Westbrook 31 Camden Hills Regional 61, Maine Central Institute 36 Caribou 39, Mattanawcook Academy 37 Deer Isle-Stonington 35, Machias 20 Deering 55, Massabesic 38 Dirigo 51, Mt.
The Bangor Christian girls basketball team currently sits fourth in the Class ‘D’ heel points, today they hosted Katahdin.Early on, Olivia McNally, the senior for Katahdin does a great job to cut through the defense and into the lane and get the runner to fall.But on the other end, the Patriots hit their three’s.