Bates College senior linebacker Tony Hooks added to his haul of postseason awards Wednesday when he was named to the All-Region I Third Team.

The Bobcats captain was previously named to the all-conference first-team defense by the New England Small College Athletic Conference and the Noontime Sports All-Noontime D3 New England Football Team. He also won the Nils V. “Swede” Nelson Award from the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston and was a semifinalist for the National Football Foundation’s William V. Campbell Trophy.

Hooks ranked 11th in NCAA Division III with 11.3 tackles per game, which led all of NESCAC, and he set a new Bates record for tackles in a game with 23 against Bowdoin.

UMAINE-AUGUSTA 71, UMAINE-FARMINGTON 45: Oak Hill graduate Desirae Dumais and Monmouth graduate Kaeti Butterfield were at the forefront of the Moose’s (7-4) victory over the Beavers (1-8) at the Augusta Civic Center.

Dumais, who was recently named the YSCC Player of the Week, led all scorers with 16 points while also grabbing a game-high 10 rebounds and making a game-high four steals. Butterfield added 14 points and nine rebounds. Alisyn Alley finished with 15 points and seven boards.

Rosalie White led UMF with 11 points. Ruby McMinis added seven points and Jacqui Hamilton and Grace Dwyer each pulled down nine rebounds.


BREWSTER 74, CMCC 64: The Bobcats pulled away from the Mustangs during the second half in Auburn.

Brewster Academy led 30-27 at halftime the slowly added to its lead after the break, going up by as many as 22 points before Central Maine Community College chipped away at the deficit in the final five minutes.

Sawyer Mayhugh paced the Bobcats with 21 points and 11 rebounds, while Harris Jackson added 18 and David Ayles scored 13.

CMCC’s Boston Caldwell topped all scorers with 23 points. DeMarco McKissic was the Mustangs’ next highest scorer with nine points. Michael Connolly pulled down a team-high 11 rebounds, while McKissic grabbed eight.

The setback ends Central Maine’s (9-1) seven-game winning streak.

MT. ARARAT/LISBON/MORSE/LINCOLN/OCEANSIDE/BOOTHBAY 9, GREELY/GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Mallory Stuart netted a hat trick to pace the Eagles (2-0) past the Rangers (0-4) at Family Ice Center in Falmouth.


Marley Lebel and Remy Lebel each tallied two goals for the Eagles, and Allie Hunter and Rachel Skolfield added one apiece. For Skolfield, it was her first varsity goal.

Jane Flynn scored the lone goal for Greely/Gray-New Gloucester in the second period.

NYA 5, KENTS HILL 1: Nick Pelletier scored and twins Daxton and Cooper St. Hilaire each recorded two assists as the Lewiston natives helped the Panthers rolled past the Huskies in Readfield.

Pelletier and Daxton St. Hilaire showed off their Lewiston connection on North Yarmouth Academy’s second goal in the first period. Louka Vamvakas also assisted on Pelletier’s goal.

The St. Hilaire twins each assisted on Grey Perham’s third-period goal. Perham, a Brunswick native, also scored the NYA’s opening goal. Cooper St. Hilaire and Matt Katsoulis assisted on Nolan Pecora’s shorthanded goal that rounded out the Panthers’ scoring.

Dante Ersoni also scored for NYA, which outshot Kents Hill 38-19.

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