Oxford Hills 58, Mt. Ararat 51
PARIS — After the contest was tied at 29-29 at halftime, Oxford Hills used a 15-10 run in the third frame to take control and went on to post a 58-51 victory over Mt. Ararat in KVAC boys’ basketball action Saturday.
Tyus Ripley led the Vikings (1-1) with 24 points, while Andrew Fleming contributed 18 points and 10 rebounds.
Shy Ulrickson paced the Eagles (1-2) with a game-high 30 points, while Nathan Griffin chipped in 15.
Seacoast Christian 55, Buckfield 28
SOUTH BERWICK — Stu Archer and Ian LaCroix poured 16 points apiece into the net Saturday to propel Seacoast Christian to a 55-28 romp over Buckfield in Class D boys’ basketball action.
Tom Eaton also contributed for Seacoast Christian (2-1) with 12 points. Jared Eastman paced the Bucks (0-2) with seven points, while Jake Kraske chipped in five.
Hall-Dale 68, Mt. Abram 42
FARMINGDALE — Bryson Camp threw in 25 points and Brian Allen added 15 as Hall-Dale topped Mt. Abram, 68-42, in an MVC boys’ basketball game Saturday.
The Bulldogs (3-1) jumped out to a 32-20 lead at halftime. For the Roadrunners, Quinton Hanna scored 14 points, Luke Romanoski had 11 and Tristen Dyer dropped in 10.
Rangeley 72, North Haven 56
NORTH HAVEN — Timmy White scored 21 points, Orrin Mitchell had 15 and Kyle Larochelle helped out with 14 as Rangeley took down North Haven, 72-56, in a boys’ basketball game Saturday.
The Lakers led 32-29 before erupting with 26 points in the fourth quarter. Wyatt Dellavalle scored 10 points for Rangeley. For North Haven, Aidan Emerson was the leading scorer with 26 points.
Poland/GNG/Oak Hill 5, Marshwood/Traip 4 (OT)
AUBURN — Ethan Cailler fired a shot into the net at the 6:01 mark of overtime Saturday to give Poland/Gray-New Gloucester/Oak Hill a 5-4 win over Marshwood/Traip in a boys’ hockey tilt Saturday.
Bailey Drouin opened the scoring for the 26ers in the first period with assists from Riley Lavoie and Cailler. Marshwood/Traip answered nine minutes later when Joe Spinney tallied an unassisted goal.
Ryan Lavoie put Poland/GNG/Oak Hill up by one early in the second, the only tally in that period. Isaiah Dubois scored on a power play for Poland early in the third stanza, while Nick Barrett answered for Marshwood/Traip.
Troy Stevens and Spinney each tallied again in the third before Jason Cote sent the game into overtime with his goal at 13:39. Nick Hemond made 29 saves between the pipes for the 26ers, while Alex Weeks deflected 13 of 18 shots he faced for Marshwood/Traip.
Greely 3, Leavitt 0
FALMOUTH — Greely scored three times in the second period to defeat Leavitt 3-0 in Western Class B boys’ hockey action.
Ryan Megathlin started the scoring 2:36 into the period. Nick Caputo assisted on the next two goals. Nathan Gervais scored into 7:07 into the stanza while Andrew Ray scored with 3:22 remaining in the period.
Buckfield 25, Seacoast Christian 23
ELIOT — Brianna Damon and Kerseyanne Goyette each had six points to help propel Buckfield over Seacoast Christian Saturday in girls’ Class D basketball action.
The win improved the Bucks to 2-0 on the young season. Seacoast Christian (1-3) made a late run in the fourth quarter, as they outscored Buckfield 11-5. Kylene DeSmith had seven points to lead all scorers, while Kristin Wittner and Ali Morin had six points.
Rangeley 70, North Haven 4
NORTH HAVEN — Seve Deery-DeRaps scored 19 points as Rangeley overwhelmed North Haven with a 70-4 victory in a girls’ basketball game Saturday.
By halftime, the Lakers (3-0) led 36-2. Rangeley shutout North Haven in the first and final quarters.