April 07, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Husson still alive in State Tourney

BANGOR – Husson, Colby, Bates and the University of Maine-Farmington were playing in the winners’ bracket of the State of Maine Women’s Basketball Tournament being played at Husson College.

Two winners’ bracket games were scheduled for Sunday. Bates and UM-Farmington squared off at 5 p.m., while Husson and Colby were slated to meet at 7 p.m.

In Sunday’s losers’ bracket contest, sixth-seeded Thomas College of Waterville downed No. 7 UMaine-Presque Isle 60-51.

On Saturday, top-seeded Colby College of Waterville advanced without opposition after No. 8 UMaine-Machias was unable to make the trip because of the weather.

Second-seeded Bates College of Lewiston edged UMPI 65-61, No. 3 UM-Farmington handled Thomas 70-41, and fourth-seeded Husson beat archrival St. Joseph’s of Standish 69-59.

Sunday afternoon, Angie Ramos tossed in a game-high 23 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to spark Thomas past UMPI.

Heather Farrell contributed 17 points and five assists for the Terriers, while Tee Fecteau needed 10 points.

Stephanie Thurlow led the way for the Owls with 16 points, including four 3-pointers. Heather Von Oesen contributed 11. Kim Chatman, the leading scorer in the Maine Athletic Conference, was limited to nine points.

(Sunday’s Game) Bates (6-2) 70

Rosenberg 2-2-7, McCrave 6-4-16, McLaughlin 3-0-6, Desimone, Taylor, Grace, Dell’ova, Porter, Thurston 5-3-13, Dutille 4-5-13, King 5-4-14, Frissara 0-1-1, Doyle UM-Farmington (6-3) 69

Robertson, Wyman, Hartman, Normand, Fletcher 1-3-5, Parent 7-1-16, Downes, Roak 2-6-10, Rosebush 1-0-2, Atwood 3-2-10, Moir 5-5-15, Bailey, Lasante 4-1-9

3-pt. goals: Rosenberg; Parent, Atwood 2

(Sunday’s Game) Thomas (4-6) 60

Farrell 7-1-17, Whitmore, Cayford, Henderson, Russell 1-0-3, Fecteau 4-0-10, Cracolici 1-3-5, Parsons 1-0-2, Madore, Chessa, Ramos 10-3-23, Sabattos UM-Presque Isle (5-6) 51

Ricker, Thurlow 4-4-16, Von Oesen 4-3-11, Stevens 1-0-2, Cheney, Young 3-1-7, Chatman 3-3-9, Dolley, Sanborn 0-1-1, Huff 2-1-5

3-pt. goals: Farrell 2, Russell, Fecteau 2; Thurlow 4

(Saturday’s Game) St. Joseph’s (5-4) 59

Chavarie 4-3-11, Burrell 2-0-4, Pierce, Forand 2-0-4, Marsh 1-0-2, Brown 0-4-4, Morton, Lemire, Beane 5-0-10, Field 5-3-15, Turcotte 1-0-2, Read 2-1-7, Cropley Husson (10-5) 69

Ledien 1-0-2, Northrup 1-0-2, Weed 2-0-4, Russ 1-0-2, Cram, Tobin, Nye 6-3-17, Doughty 2-2-7, Hamilton 2-0-4, Dow 2-4-8, Walker 10-3-23, Emerson, York

3-pt. goals: Chavarie, Field 2; Nye 2, Doughty

(Saturday’s Game)

Farrell, Chessa, Cayford 3-0-8, Russell 2-2-6, Fecteau 4-0-10, Cracioli 2-2-4, Ramos 4-3-11, Parsons 1-0-2 UM-Farmington (6-2) 70

Robertson 2-2-7, Wyman 0-3-3, Lasante 4-2-10, Moir 2-0-4, Bailey 5-3-13, Atwood 2-2-6, Rosebush 0-2-2, Roak 5-0-10, Downes 1-0-2, Parent 3-0-7, Fletcher 2-0-4, Normand 1-0-2, Hartman

3-pt. goals: Cayford 2, Fecteau 2; Robertson, Parent

(Saturday’s Game) UMPI 61

Ricker 0-1-1, Thurlow 2-2-7, Von Oesen 3-3-9, Stevens 2-0-5, Young, Chatman 6-3-17, Sanborn 3-4-10, Huff 6-0-12 Bates (5-2) 65

Rosenberg 2-0-5, McCrave 5-2-14, McLaughlin 4-1-9, Desimone 2-0-5, Porter, Thurston 2-2-8, Dutille 2-3-7, King 7-3-17

3-pt. goals: Thurlow, Stevens, Chatman 2; Rosenberg, McCrave 2Thurston 2

Men’s basketball

Husson 84, Columbia College 72

At the Concordia Arena in Irvine, Calif., Saturday, Giovanni Cotto and Brad Olsen each tossed in 20 points for the Braves.

Chris Funk added 11 points and tallied four assists.

For Columbia (Mo.) College, Ryan Neisen scored 18 points and Corey Stingley chipped in with 16 points and 14 rebounds.

Columbia (9-7) 72

Robbins 3-1-7, Neisen 6-1-18, Stingley 8-0-16, Hunziker 2-0-5, Hafer 1-0-2, Earl 0-2-2, Newbern 6-2-15, Jackson, Lee 1-0-2, Smith 2-1-5 Husson (13-6) 84

Foye 2-0-4, Funk 3-5-11, Olsen 6-8-20, McCaffrey 3-0-8, Tobin 3-0-7, Sompatzis 2-2-7, Lancaster 0-0-0, Dyt 2-2-7, Cotto 7-1-20

3-pt. goals: Neisen 5, Hunziker, Newbern; McCaffrey 2, Tobin, Sompatzis, Dyt, Cotto 5

Halftime: Husson 46, Columbia 31

Colby wins tournament

At Waterville, Ken Allen scored 32 points to lead Colby College back from a 3-point halftime deficit to lift the White Mules over William Paterson College to the Winter Classic Championship on Saturday.

Bill Hinton chipped in with 14 points and Dan Petroskey added 13 for Colby.

Orienthal Swain led William Paterson with 20 points.

In the consolation game, St. Joseph’s of Standish held Pratt Institute of New York to just six points in the second half and won 112-31.

Carl Howell led the Monks with 38 points.

Andy Story scored 10 for Pratt.

On Friday, Colby beat Pratt 98-26 and William Paterson topped St. Joseph’s 83-71.

Saturday’s Championship game William Paterson (5-6) 71

Swain 8-3-20, Cotten 6-0-14, Frederick 2-3-7, Coleman 3-4-12, Fleming 1-3-5, Lauer 3-0-6, Kinkle 2-0-4, Ortiz 1-0-3 Colby (7-3) 79

McCullough 3-1-7, Petroskey 5-2-13, Allen 8-12-32, Meisner 2-4-8, Conway 0-1-1, Hinton 5-4-14, Spidle 0-4-4

3-pt. goals: Coleman 2, Cotten, Ortiz; Allen 4

Halftime: William Paterson 30, Colby 27

Saturday’s Consolation Game Pratt Institute (2-6) 31

Kane 1-0-2, Story 4-0-10, Johnson 0-1-1, Pennant 1-0-2, Christian 2-0-5, Zadiozny 0-4-4, Nunez 0-2-2, Ricketts 2-1-5 St. Joseph’s (11-2) 112

St. Pierre 5-0-10, Bernard 3-2-8, Fortier 7-4-20, Hynes 6-1-13, Martin 2-2-6, Bell 2-1-5, Mitchell 1-0-2, Zalieckas 2-0-4, Howell 15-6-38, Harrison 0-2-2, Lee 1-2-4

3-pt. goals: Story 2; Howell 2, Fortier

Halftime: St. Joseph’s 64, Pratt 25


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