AUBURN — Auburn/Lewiston YMCA Biddy basketball results:
Emerson Toyota 30, Pat’s Pizza 26: Jacob Kyajohnian led all scorers with 12 points to lead Emerson past Pat’s in a Junior contest. Jaden Legare and Kyle Herald added six each for the winners. Alex Thompson (four) and Bobby Tremaine (two) were the other shot-makers. Olivia DuBois, Storm Jipson, Madison Thistlewaite and Rosalie White led the defensive charge.
Tyler Libby and Tyler Swanbeck each tossed in 11 points for Pat’s. Oceanna Chamberlain and Devaunte Rembert combined for the final four points. Josh Hamel, Josh Kaiser, Dan Nalley and Julia Milks enjoyed solid two-way efforts.
Platz Associates 36, Gee & Bee Sporting Goods 33: Platz overcame a four-point halftime deficit to overtake Gee & Bee. Ben English scorched the nets for 19 points and Abdul Mohamed followed with nine. Teagan Galway added six and Nathan Farnsworth chipped in the final bucket. Julia Masters, Joel Stubbs and David Oken were the playmakers for the winners.
Caleb Yarnevich led Gee&Bee with 16 points. Ryan Therriault (seven), Christian Beliveau (four), Jonah Crowell (two), Cameron Winslow (two) and Selina Gauthier (two) rounded out the scoring. Giles Paradie and Shane Gauthier anchored the defense.
Hoop Camp 44, Downeast Financial 29: Hoop Camp continued its recent string of outstanding performances with a big win over Downeast. The Campers raced out to a 12 point lead at the half and never looked back. Jahlen Coney was impressive once again with a game-high 19 points. Richard Thurston tossed in eight, Jahvon Coney seven, Ryan Salk six and BJ Demers four in a solid team effort. Spencer Morrill and Camden Poisson did the dirty work for the winners.
Shorthanded, Downeast was led by Hank Duval’s 13 points. Grant Hartley added eight, Jayson Taylor six and Katelyn Jipson two to complete the scoring. Kirsten Main, Nick Davis and Sofia Hartley played well on both ends of the floor.
American Concrete 49, Leary & DeTroy 26: American unleashed a first-half barrage leading to an insurmountable 17-point bulge at the half and cruised to a win over top ranked L&D. Tyler Morin dominated with a 20-point performance, barely outscoring Pat Luizzo and his 15. Mohamed Mohamed added eight, Keegan Pelletier four and Otis Caron two to supplement the potent offense. Nick Hartley and Hunter McQuade help to stymie the L&D attack.
Chantel Ouelette had a season-high 12 points for L&D. Ethan Brown, Ethan Bosse and Khadar Heeban added four each. Austin Brown kicked in the other bucket. Khalid Heeban and Serena Mower worked hard on both ends of the floor.
Pee Wee Division
M&P Used Auto Parts 23, CB Bachmann 23: M&P erased a four-point fourth-quarter deficit earn a tie with lead leading Bachmann. Corey Wiers led all scorers with nine points. John Shea (four), Aaron Galway (four), Justin Bulmer (two), Harrison Gray (two) and Josh Murphy (two) were the other contributors to the balanced scoring attack. Sam Courtemanche, Shane Kilby and Joey Shea added spark to the late rally.
Tyler Jalbert muscled his way to eight points to lead Bachmann. Dominick Jacobs was close behind with seven. Jack Hart added four, Hannah Chaput two and Caroline White two to round out the scoring. Mike Chaput, Fiona King, Austin Sellinger and Dylan Sellinger added grit to the team effort.
Sam’s Italian Sandwich Shoppe 20, Austin Associates 12: Dan Milks and Nick Kaiser combined for 12 points to lead Sam’s to a win over Austin. Ray Nichols added four and Matt Scholer and Hunter Young collaborated for the last four to complete the scoring. Anna LeBlanc, Kora Martel, Madisyn Turcotte and Ben Webber anchored the defensive effort.
Owen Hamel tossed in season-high six for Austin. Caleb Davis, Jason Brooker and Chase Martin combined for the remaining six points. Jul;ia Berube, Lydia Celani, Libby Forgues, Zachery Jawer and Elizabeth Marcotte played tough on both ends of the floor.
Morrison & Sylvester 18, Sun Journal 15: Joey Vallee dumped in eight and Ethan Chute six to lead M&S to a victory over SJ. Alex Thistlewaite and Cooper Watkins each added two points. Calvin Ames, Tyler Murray, Finnegan Thistle, Addison Dostie and Simon Hayes controlled the boards for the winners.
Devonte Scott (six points) and Andrea Demers (five points) led the SJ attack. Noah Peck and Emily Kramarz combined for the remaining four points. Cayden Childs, Elijah Demers, Jamaine Luizzo and Wyatt Morse sparked the defensive effort.
Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli 27, Anthoine Financial Group 13: Caroline Hammond blazed the twines for 12 points to lead Heidi’s to a win over Anthoine. Dylan Bilodeau and Ben and Emily Piper contributed four points each in a well babanced attack. Connor LeClerc (two), Ryan Marston (two) and Landon Cougle (one) rounded out the scoring. Cameron Irish played great on both ends of the floor.
Nick Gagne paced Anthoine with eight points. Lindsay Adams and Anson Perry added two each. Braden Paradie notched one from the line. Jordan Cummings, Marshal Adams, Olivia Ouelette, Ella Perry and Meaza Paradie hustled to the final horn.
Hammond Lumber 23, Hahnel Bros. 15: Quincy Coachman enjoyed a season-high 10 points to lead Hammond to a win over Hahnel. Tyson Green followed closely with eight points. Michelle Cowie added four and Cameron Langis one for the winners. Brady Cox, Liam Flynn, Aiden Hebert and Rylen Schenk set the defensive tone.
Ben Sirois led Hahnel with five points and Trevor Bosse added four. Declan Giroux, Jacob Jackson and Luke Josephson added a bucket each to close out the scoring. Tristin Blossom and Matt Metivier did the dirty work for Hahnel.