December 16, 2012

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Messalonskee rolls past Presque Isle

Staff report

PRESQUE ISLE — J.T. Towle and Jake Dexter each had a hat trick to support strong games from brothers Chase and Jared Cunningham as the Messalonskee hockey team drubbed Presque Isle 12-2 in an Eastern B game Saturday afternoon at the Presque Isle Forum.

“It was a good team effort,” Messalonskee coach Mike Latendresse said. “We had some balanced offense and despite the long travel, the guys played well.”

Chase and Jared Cunningham each had two goals and four assists for the Eagles (3-0-0).
Towle had two assists to go along with his three goals.

Ben Weeks stopped 11 shots to earn the victory.

Tyler Seeley and Adam Flynn scored for Presque Isle (1-3-0).

MHW 8, GNG/Poland 1: Jared Hanson had four goals and an assist as the Hawks beat the Patriotic Knights in Auburn.

Linemate Dan Condon added two goals and four assists for MHW (1-1-1). Matt Plourde also had four assists, while Bailey Clark had two goals, Zach Godbout and Nick Lacasse two assists each. Peter Prescott and Nick Lacasse each added an assist. Tyler Plante and Matt Dubois each stopped three saves.

Calvin Sheeley had 44 saves for GNG/Poland (2-1-0) and Ethan Callier scored the lone goal.

Girls basketball

Madison 42, Oak Hill 39:
Sam Bruce scored six points in the fourth quarter as the Bulldogs rallied to beat the Raiders in an Mountain Valley Conference game in Wales.

Bruce finished with 17 points as Madison remains unbeaten at 4-0.

Hayley Marshell also had 17 points for Oak Hill (0-3).

Also Saturday: Mt. Blue High School graduate Ben Russell scored eight points a the Maine Maritime Academy men’s basketball team beat the University of Maine at Presque Isle 66-58 in Castine. ... Cony High School graduate Mackenzie Dufour had seven points, six assists and four rebounds in the St. Joseph’s College women’s basketball team’s  64-60 loss to Framingham State in Farmingham, Mass.

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