Central Maine High School Sports: Scores + Schedules (Feb. 15)
Scores for February 15
Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse 4, Windham/Westbrook 1
AA North quarterfinal: Oxford Hills 55, Deering 40
Schedule for February 16
Brunswick vs. Kennebunk/Wells, 8:30 p.m.
Cony/Monmouth/Hall-Dale vs. Bangor, 6:30 p.m.
Hampden Academy vs. Houlton/Hodgdon/Southern Aroostook/Katahdin, 6 p.m.
John Bapst vs. Camden Hills, 3:50 p.m.
Lawrence/Skowhegan/MCI vs. Marshwood/Traip/Sanford, 4:15 p.m.
A North quarterfinal: #5-Brewer vs. #4-Lawrence, 7 p.m. Augusta Civic Center
A North quarterfinal: #6-Medomak Valley vs. #3-Messalonskee, 3 p.m. Augusta Civic Center
A North quarterfinal: #7-Nokomis vs. #2-Skowhegan, 4:30 p.m. Augusta Civic Center
A North quarterfinal: #8-Gardiner vs. #1-Hampden Academy, 8:30 p.m. Augusta Civic Center
B North quarterfinal: #6-Winslow vs. #3-Mt. Desert Island, 5 p.m. Cross Insurance Center, Bangor
B North quarterfinal: #7-Waterville vs. #2-John Bapst, 6:30 p.m. Cross Insurance Center, Bangor
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (AP) — American Mikaela Shiffrin was unable to become the first skier to successfully defend an Olympic gold in the slalom.
Shiffrin finished fourth as Sweden's Frida Hansdotter overtook first-run leader Wendy Holdener of Switzerland to win the gold. The 22-year-old Shiffrin was fourth after the opening run and couldn't make up enough time to earn a second straight medal at the Pyeongchang Games.
Shiffrin was coming off a victory in the giant slalom the previous day.
Also at Pyeongchang:
— Defending champion Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan has won the men's short program with a games-record 111.68 points. Adam Rippon was the top American as he finished seventh, 10 places ahead of two-time U.S. champion Nathan Chen.
— Ryan Donato scored two power-play goals as the U.S. men's hockey team earned a 2-1 victory over Slovakia.
— Italy's Michela Moioli has won the gold medal in Olympic women's snowboardcross, overtaking American Lindsey Jacobellis about halfway down the course. Jacobellis finished fourth.
— Austrian Matthias Mayer won the men's super-G to break Norway's 16-year grip on the title.
— South Korea's Yun Sungbin dominated the skeleton as the 23-year-old finished 1.63 seconds ahead of Nikita Tregubov of Russia.
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