Bates 125, Maine Maritime 80
Maine Maritime (80) -- Ryan Miller 0-0-0, Josh Plamodon 2-0-4, Eric Hendrickson 0-0-0, Ken Buttery 8-3-20, Ryan Garland 0-0-0, Corey Streams 1-1-3, Peter Pitula 3-0-9, TJ Berube 1-1-3, Nate LaChance 1-1-3, Sean Smith 2-1-5, Matt Ketchen 5-2-13, Rodney Rouse 0-0-0, Steve Murray 0-0-0, Scott Colby 4-2-10, Matt McNealy 2-0-4, Eric Otenti 3-0-6, Team 32-10-80. Bates (125) -- Burke Davis 1-1-3, Jason Patterson 2-2-6, David Scott 2-3-7, Matt Moulis 5-0-15, Billy Hart 9-0-21, Matt Carriker 3-0-6, Alex Wilson 9-4-22, Nate Breznau 1-0-2, Garth Timoll 6-2-15, Rommel Padonou 4-4-12, Ed Walker 5-5-16, Team 47-20-125. 3-point FG -- MMA 6 (Pitula 3, Smith 1, Ketchen 1, Buttery 1). Bates 11 (Moulis 5, Hart 3, Timoll 1, Davis 1, Walker 1) Halftime -- Bates, 59-38. Records -- MMA, 4-4. Bates, 5-2.BATES MEN STOMP MAINE MARITIME, 125-80
LEWISTON, Maine -- All 11 members of the Bates College men's basketball team scored points as Bobcats came one point shy of setting a school record for points in a game with a 125-80 victory over the Maine Maritime Academy.
Six different Bates players scored in double figures, led by first year center Alex Wilson's (Duxbury, Mass.) 22 points and first-year guard Billy Hart's (Haverhill, Mass.) 21 points. Senior captain Garth Timoll (Owings Mills, Md.) had 15 points and a game-high 14 rebounds, with 12 in the first half, while sophomore foraward Rommel Padonou (Libreville, Gabon) had his fifth straight double-double with 12 points and 10 boards. First year forward Ed Walker (Roxbury, Mass.) had 16 points and a game-high eight assists, including a beautiful alley-oop to Padonou in the second half. First-year guard Matt Moulis (Concord, N.H.) rounded out the Bobcats in double figures with 15 points off the bench on five for six shooting from beyond the 3-point arc.
Maine Maritime (4-4) was led by junior Ken Buttery (Thorndike, Maine) who 20 points and classmate Matt Ketchen (Mt. Desert, Maine), who had 13. The Mariners hit just six of 39 3-point field goals in the game.
Bates (5-2) eclipsed the 100-point mark for the second time this season, just missing the school record of 126 points set in the 1991-92 season against Colby-Sawyer College. The Bobcats shot a scorching 70.3 percent from the field in the second half (26 of 37). With their 5-2 start, the Bobcats hit the semester break with their best record since 1995-96.