H.S. Roundup: Saints blank Red Eddies


LEWISTON — Caleb Labrie scored a pair of goals to lead St. Dom’s to a 5-0 win over Edward Little in boys’ hockey action Saturday night.
Cam Stewart, Dalton Lorenz and Chase Hainey also found the back of the net for the Saints (5-4-1), who outshot the Red Eddies, 38-12. Austin Christopher stopped 12 shots to secure the shutout. Zach Gosselin made 33 saves in goal for EL (2-7-2).
Cony 3,
Poland/GNG 0
AUGUSTA —   Austin Davis netted a pair of goals to lead Cony to a 3-0 victory over Poland-Gray New Gloucester in boys’ ice hockey action Saturday.
The Rams (7-3-2) scored a goal in each period. Dallas Clark assisted on Tyler Leet’s first period goal and Davis’s third period tally. Leet assisted Davis’s second period goal.
Patriotic Knights’ (2-7-1) goalie Calvin Shelly made 41 saves, while goalie Tommy Small turned away 11 to earn the shutout victory for Cony.
Yarmouth 4, Leavitt 1
YARMOUTH —  Mark Brown and Kevin Haley each tallied a goal and an assist and four different players scored as Yarmouth defeated Leavitt, 4-1, in boys’ hockey action.
Connor Lainey and Isaak Dearden also potted goals for the Clippers (3-7-2), with Brown and Dearden’s markers coming on the power play. Kevin Knight scored the only goal for injury-depleted Leavitt, also with the man advantage.
Nick Allen made 19 stops in net for the Hornets (3-7-1). Red DeSmith made 15 saves for Yarmouth.
Boys’ basketball
Vinalhaven 54, Rangeley 20
RANGELEY —  Vinalhaven took an 11-0 lead in the first quarter and never relented in a 54-20 victory over Rangeley in EWC boys’ basketball action Saturday.
Hayden Jones led all scorers with 15 points for the Vikings (4-10), while Austin Christiansen added 11 points. Orrin Mitchell paced the Lakers (2-9) with 10 points.
Girls’ basketball
Falmouth 55,
Poland 43
POLAND —   Ally Hickey drained a game-high 22 points to lead Falmouth to a 55-43 triumph over Poland in WMC girls’ basketball action Saturday.
The Yachtsmen (7-7) led 22-18 at the midpoint. Hickey connected for eight field goals, inlcuding four from three-point range and a pair of free throws.
Emily Bolduc led the Knights (5-9) with 19 points, while Brittina Maheux chipped in with 10 points in the losing effort.
Rangeley 79, Vinalhaven 30
RANGELEY —  Taylor Esty and freshman Blayke Morin recorded double-doubles as Rangeley flooded Vinalhaven with a 79-30 victory in EWC girls’ basketball action Saturday.
Sophmore guard Seve Deery-DeRaps tossed a team-leading 21 points for the Lakers. Tori Letarte pitched in with 11 points.
Senior forward Ashley Hamilton carried the load for the Vikings’ (4-10) with 23 of the team’s 30 points.
Cape Elizabeth 45, Gray-NG 28
GRAY — Gray-New Gloucester in the second half came out flat in the second half as Kisa Tabery scored 17 points to lead Cape Elizabeth (7-7) to a 45-28 victory over the Patriots in a girls’ basketball game Saturday.
The score was tied at 18-18, but the Patriots (10-4) sputtered, allowing the Capers to ring up 27 second-half points. Gray-New Gloucester could only manage 10 points for the second half.
For the Patriots, Grace Ferguson and Haylee Cote each scored five points.