Thursday, Jan. 17 and Saturday, Jan. 19 results.


Bilodeau Insurance 24, NAPA Auto Parts 16.

Tristan Kramarz paced Bilodeau Insurance with ten points, followed by Owen Avery and Isaac Gauthier with six points each; Ethan Guptil chipped in with two points. NAPA was led by Jeffrey Randall with eight points and Sam Brooker with six points; Attean Fournier chipped in with two points for NAPA.

Saturday: NAPA Auto Parts 41, Graphic Explosion 29.

Ellie Legare led all scorers with 20 points, followed by Connor Cyr with 8 points, Audrey Bilodeau six points, Sam Ferguson five points, and RJ McCarron with two points. Graphic Explosion was paced by Tristan Kramarz with 13 points. Connor Turcotte added seven points, Bryce Fontaine scored six points, Skylar Gaudette two points and Dylan Foerster added a free throw.

Pee Wee Division

Morrison & Sylvester 25, Gee & Bee Sporting Goods 22.

Malik Foster scored a game high 16 points, including 4 for 4 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter, as M & S nipped Gee & Bee in a highly contested battle. Other offensive contributors for M & S were Isaac Shannon with four points, Fiona King three points and Camden Saltis with two points. Christian Frey paced Gee & Bee with 13 points, followed by Rylen Schenk with four points, Patrick Anthoine two points, Landon Cougle two points and Jayden Robinson with one point.

Roopers 30, C.B. Bachmann 20.

Roopers outscored Bachmann 17-6 in the second half and that proved to be the difference in the game. Roopers was led by Chase Martin with a game high 12 points, followed by Eli St. Laurent and Declan Giroux with six points each. Wyatt Morse had four points and Harrison Gray two points to finalize the scoring for Roopers. Bachmann was led by Kate Bilodeau and Joshua Murphy with six points each. Austin Sellinger added four points and Nick Gagne and Ilyas Bashir had two points each.

Hahnel Brothers 23, Hammond Lumber 15.

Hahnel Brothers opened up the game with a 10-0 run and held on for the win over Hammond Lumber. Devonte Scott paced Hahnel with 17 points and Luke Josephson added six points. For Hammond Lumber, Matthew Metivier scored five points to lead his team offensively. Tristan Blossom and Noah Hill scored four points each, and Tyson Green chipped in with a basket.

The Fortin Group 33, High Maintenance Landscape 23.

Trailing 21-16 after three quarters, The Fortin Group erupted for 17 fourth quarter points to win by 10. Jacob Jackson scored 10 points, and Anson Perry scored a game high 13 to lead The Fortin Group. Caleb Davis added eight points and Braden Paradie two points for Fortin. Tiana James and Josh Lavigne paced High Maintenance Landscape with eight points apiece. Elijah Demers, Lily Watkins and Addison Dostie added two points each, and Conor Burtchell knocked down a free throw to round out the scoring for High Maintenance Landscape.

Modern Woodmen of America 26, Agren Appliance 10.

Ryan Marston led all scorers with 14 points and Cameron Langis added another ten points for Modern Woodmen; Caroline White scored 2 points, adding to the total. Josh Randall paced Agren Appliance with six points. Sara Agren and Noah Peck scored two points each for Agren Appliance.

BGA Financial 37, Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli 17.

Jason Brooker had a game high 14 points as BGA cruised to a win over Heidi’s. Braeden Lynch also hit double digits for BGA, scoring 10. Aiden Charest and Brady Vincent chipped in with four points apiece. Carter Gregoire scored two points and Kaleb Danner swished a free throw to finalize the scoring for BGA. Quincy Coachman led Heidi’s with eight points followed by Erin Cowie with four points. Libby Forgues and Trevor Bosse each scored a basket and Michelle Cowie added a free throw for Heidi’s.

Junior Division

Androscoggin Title 36, Austin Associates 24.

Androscoggin Title led 24-12 after the first half and that margin proved to be the difference in the game. Androscoggin Title was led by Max Creaser and Josh Hamel with eight apiece. Bobby Tremaine and Nick Davis scored six points each, followed by Dylon Bretton and Ben Hallett who chipped in with a bucket each. Devaunte Rembert paced Austin Associates with ten points. Kalib Kalib scored eight points, Josh Kaiser and Jaden Legare each had 2 points capping the scoring for Austin’s.

Pat’s Pizza 48, Hoop Camp 29.

Pat’s Pizza opened the second half with an 18-4 run and Hoop camp wasn’t able to recover. Ethan Brown led all scorers with 18 points. Homza Hussein and Grace Fontaine scored eight points each, followed by Austin Brown with six points and Courtney Richard with four points. Capping the scoring for Pat’s was Spencer Morrill and Lindsey Adams with two points each. Dan Nally paced Hoop Camp with 10 points, followed by Khalid Heban with six points, Ricky Cote with five points and Giles Paradie with four points. Teagan Galway and Aaron Galway chipped with two points apiece for Hoop Camp.

Androscoggin title 45, Sam’s Italian Sandwich Shoppe 29. 

Caleb Yarnevich had a game high 18 points and Josh Hamel added another 11 points to pace Androscoggin Title. Max Creaser scored eight points, Abdi Mohamed four points, Bobby Tremaine two points, and Nick Davis two points to round out the scoring for Androscoggin Title. Ryan Theriault led Sam’s with 14 points, followed by Caroline Hammond with seven points. Corey Wiers, Madeline Foster, Emily Piper, and Keagan Pelletier all added a bucket to round out the scoring for Sam’s.

Platz Associates 31, Emerson Toyota 19.

Platz started the game with a 10-2 run, and Wol Akol finished with a game high 14 points, leading Platz Associates to victory. Storm Jipson scored nine points for Platz followed by Dominick Jacobs with six points and Hunter Young with two points. Emerson Toyota was led by Nate Farnsworth with eight points and Serena Mower with five points. Lydia Celani, Joel Stubbs and Nick Hartley added two points each for Emerson.

Sun Journal 36, Leary & Detroy 36.

Down by 2 points with 6 seconds remaining, Sun Journal’s Hannah Chaput hit a jumper to knot the score at 36 – That’s how the game ended. Ethan Bosse and Ethan Chute led Sun Journal with 12 and 11 points respectively; Hannah Chaput finished with seven points. Christian Beliveau added four points and Justin Bulmer chipped with two points for SJ. Mohamed Mohamed and Ahmed Yonis scored 10 points each to pace Leary & Detroy. Dan Milks scored eight points, Elizabeth Marcotte six points and Sofia Hartley two points to cap the scoring for Leary & Detroy.