Local roundup: Edward Little hands Brunswick first loss in boys’ hockey


AUBURN — Senior forward Dixon Dilodovico netted a pair of goals to pace Edward Little to a 4-2 victory over Brunswick in boys’ hockey action Friday in the first round of the 21st annual Gippers’ Tournament at Norway Savings Bank Arena.

The Red Eddies (3-2) went on a scoring spree in the second period, scoring three times in a span of two minutes. Branden Dyer assisted on two of Edward Little’s four goals in the contest.

Goalie C.J. Connor held strong for the Dragons (4-1), making 28 saves in net in the losing effort.

Boys’ basketball

Maranacook 66, Leavitt 59

READFIELD — Kent Mohlar scored 24 points and Cam Brochu and Levi Emery added 15 apiece Friday night for Maranacook in a 66-59 KVAC boys’ basketball win over Leavitt.

Maranacook (3-2) expanded a three-point halftime lead to 52-39 going into the fourth quarter. Mohlar and Brochu combned for seven of the Black Bears’ nine 3-pointers.

Eli Calder led Leavitt (3-2) with 18 points. Isaiah Calder added 17 points and 12 rebounds, and Korey Caito chipped in 14 points. Mitchel Davis combined six points with 11 rebounds and six blocked shots.

Mtn. Valley 51, Carrabec 28

RUMFORD— After a sluggish first quarter, Mountain Valley clamped down on Carrabec, allowing only two points in the second period of a 51-28 MVC boys’ basketball victory.

Tom Marshall scored 14 points, including four 3-pointers, and Brad Marshall 10 to lead the Falcons (3-3), who trailed 15-10 at the first checkpoint but surged ahead 24-17 in the second period. Alex Ridley chipped in nine points.

Ian Vaillancourt drained 10 points for the Cobras (0-5).

Greenville 48, Rangeley 43

GREENVILLE — Junior forwad Conner DiAngelo poured in a game-high 17 points to lead Greenville to a 48-43 victory over Rangeley in EWC boys’ basketbaqll actoin Friday.

Rangeley paddled back from an 11 point deficit to within two points, but Trevor Richards made a pair of late game foul shots to secure the win for Greenville.

Junior guard Timmy White paced Rangeley (3-2) with three field goals and seven free throws for 13 points in the losing effort.

Girls’ basketball

Oak Hill 58, Telstar 29

BETHEL — Forwad Bri Mulherin drained a team-high 17 points as Oak Hill doubled up Telstar 58-29 in MVC girls’ basketball action Friday.

The Rebels (0-4) were out manned and ran out of leg as the Raiders (5-0) took a 24-9 halftime lead . Sadie Goulet contributed 16 points for Oak Hill.

Junior forward Becca Howard posted a game-high 19 points on nine field goals and a free throw for Telstar in the losing effort.

Madison 48, Mt. Abram 24

SALEM — Kayla Bess scored 15 points to lead Madison to a 48-24 triumph over Mt. Abram in MVC girls’ basketball action Friday.

The Roadrunners (0-4) battled storng in the first quarter, taking a one point margin into the second frame. Marya Beedy and Olivia Ryan scored six points each for Mt. Abram.

The Bulldogs (4-2) closed out the game with a 36-11 run. Madeline Wood contributed 11 points in the winning effort.

Spruce Mountain 60, Gardiner 56

JAY — Nicole Hamblin scored 16 points, including a layup with 10 seconds to go to stave off Gardiner’s rally and give undefeated Spruce Mountain a 60-56 victory in KVAC Class B girls’ basketball.

Alex Bessey led the Phoenix (5-0) with 18 points. Kailee Newcomb added 12, whiel Hamblin hauled down a team-high six rebounds.

Mary Toman of Gardiner (2-3) topped all scorers with 19 points. Lauren Chadwick contributed 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Tigers, who cut into a 51-40 deficit in the final stanza.

Mtn. Valley 50, Carrabec 40

RUMFORD — Liza White scored 14 points, Ashley Russell added 13, and the Mountain Valley duo combined for 15 rebounds in a 50-40 MVC girls’ basketball victory over Carrabec.

Russell and White also sank a total of eight free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the win. Sydney Petrie produced nine points for Mountain Valley (2-2).

Carrabec’s Mickayla Willette was the game’s leading scorer with 21 points. The Falcons expanded their halftime lead over the Cobras (2-3) to 29-13 while Willette was sidelined with foul trouble.

Rangeley 51, Greenville 18

GREENVILLE — Seve Deery-DeRaps and Taylor Esty teamed up to score 16 points apiece as Rangeley rolled over Greenville 51-18 in a girls’ basketball game Friday.

Rangeley made it look easy, building a 27-6 lead at halftime. The Lakers held Greenville to single-digit scoring in all four quarters.

Esty also had seven rebounds. Deery-DeRaps threw in two 3-pointers, and Maddison Egan had four steals and four points. Shelby Ward scored five points for Greenville.