Staff report

AUGUSTA — Marissa Welch scored 18 points as Southern Maine Community College defeated the University of Maine at Augusta 64-62 in a college women’s basketball game Wednesday at the Augusta Civic Center.

Katelyn Benson added 13 points and 11 rebounds for SMCC (4-1).

Katie Poirier led UMA (4-1) with 26 points. Ashley Peaslee added 18.

St. Joe’s 56, UM-Farmington 46: Ashley Geel had 14 points and 13 rebounds as the Monks beat the Beavers in Farmington on Wednesday.

Megan McDevitt added 11 points and five assists, while Lindsay Moore chipped in 10 St. Joe’s.

Emma Morrison had 13 points and Lindsay Ranquist 11 for UMF.

Men’s basketball

Thomas 95, UM-Augusta 80: Jarrad DeVaughn had 24 points and eight rebounds as the Terriers topped the Moose in Waterville on Tuesday.

David Prior led UMA with 18 points and 15 rebounds. Wily Walter chipped in 17 points and five rebounds, while Josh Croswell had 17 points, five assists and two steals.

SMCC 89, UM-Augusta 82: Josh Mackie lead four players in double figures as SMCC beat UMA at the Augusta Civic Center on Wednesday.

Also for SMCC, Dan Foster had 17 points, Anderson Santana 15 and Shon Powell 13.

Leonel Familia had 24 points and AJ Coleman had 20 for UMA. Josh Croswell chipped in 13, while Wily Walter and David Prior each had 10.

St. Joe’s 57, UM-Farmington 47: The Monks used a late run to pull away for the win in a non-conference game in Farmington.

Zach O’Brien had 19 points for St. Joe’s.

Pet Sumner had 14 points and Joe McCloskey had nine points and seven rebounds for UMF.

Also Tuesday: Maranacook graduate Mike Poulin scored nine points and had four steals and three blocks as the University of Southern Maine men’s basketball team beat the University of New England 66-51 in Biddeford.
 


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