High school roundup: Red Hornets blank Biddeford


BIDDEFORD — Sophomore center Taylor Landry netted a hat trick to lead Edward Little/Leavitt to a 3-0 victory over Biddeford in girls’ ice hockey action Saturday evening.

Danica Landry had the only assist in the game, feeding Landry on her first second period tally at the 10:16 mark. Landry’s first goal in the opening period was a short-handed tally.

Goalie Tori Sanford earned the shutout in net for the Red Hornets.

Girls’ basketball

Rangeley 34, Vinalhaven 27

VINALHAVEN — Freshman forward Taylor Esty scored nine points and hauled down a game-high 12 rebounds to push Rangeley to a 34-27 victory over Vinalhaven in EWC girls’ basketball action Saturday.

The Lakers (15-1) led by only two at intermission, 20-18. Emily Carrier contributed eight points on two field goals, including a three-pointer, and three from the charity stripe.

Rangeley stepped it up on defense in the third quarter, limiting the Vikings (10-8) to just one point in the frame. Blake Riedy recorded a game-high 10 points on three field goals from beyond the arc and a free throw for Vinalhaven. Ashley Hamilton pitched in with eight points in the losing effort.

Mtn. Valley 71, St. Dom’s 34

RUMFORD — Senior forward Ayla Allen notched a double-double with 27 points and 15 rebounds to go along with six steals as Mtn. Valley alpined their way to a 71-34 victory over St. Dom’s in MVC girls’ basketball action Saturday.

The Falcons (11-6) posted 17 points in each of the first two quarters. And after a sluggish third, they added an impressive 23 in the final frame. Senior forward Chrissy Briggs contributed 14 points for Mtn. Valley.

Senior point guard Mary Caron provided most of the scoring for the Saints (6-10), making 10 field goals and four shots from the free throw line for 24 points in the losing effort.

Boys’ hockey

Cape Elizabeth 6, Leavitt 2

AUBURN — Senior forward Nick Breed was storng on offense, scoring four goals and assisting on one, to lead Cape Elizabeth to a 6-2 triumph over Leavitt in boys’ ice hockey action at Ingersoll Arena Saturday evening.

The Capers were leading 3-2 after two periods when Breed rattled off three unanswered goals in the third frame to seal the win.

Senior forward captain Ian Durgin had a solid game on offense for the Hornets, netting one of Leavitt’s two goals. Nils Fichtner provided stout defensive work for Leavitt.

Goalie Nick Allen made 18 saves for Leavitt, while senior goalie Kirby Saari had a stellar game in net for Cape Elizabeth with 28 saves in the winning effort.