Local Roundup: Lewiston boys stun Lawrence


LEWISTON — In a tightly contested boys’ basketball game, Lewiston edged visiting Lawrence by three points Monday, earning a 61-58 victory. The Blue Devils sealed the win with fewer than 10 seconds left in the game on a perfect pass from Josh Thomas to Steven Patrie, who completed the play with the game’s key bucket.

Hitting double figures on the Lewiston side were Thomas 14, Abdi Hussein (11) and Donne Agossou (10).

Spencer Carey of Lawrence led all scorers with 26, including a game high seven from the charity stripe.

Lewistons record improves to 6-5, while Lawrence suffered only their second loss to move to 9-2.

Edward Little 55, Messalonskee 53

AUBURN — Messalonskee’s last-second shot fell shy Monday night, and Edward Little salvaged a 55-53 KVAC Class A boys’ basketball win.


Sean Ford led the Red Eddies (9-1) with 17 points and 11 rebounds. Quin Leary logged 13 points, 12 rebounds and six steals and Ian Mileikis contributed 12 points for EL, which erased a 28-25 halftime deficit with a 19-12 advantage in the third quarter.

Jordan Holmes topped Messalonskee (5-6) with 14 points, including four of the Eagles’ eight 3-pointers.

Winthrop 58, Lisbon 43

LISBON — Hunter Kilgore led three Winthrop players in double digits with 13 points Monday night in the Ramblers’ 58-43 MVC boys’ basketball triumph over Lisbon.

Dakota Carter dropped in 12 points and Zach Steele supplied 10 for Winthrop (6-5).

Tucker Brannon bolstered the Greyhounds (2-8) with 17 points.

Wells 61, Gray-NG 55

GRAY — Gray-New Gloucester led at the end the first, second and third quarters before its upset bid ran dry in a 61-55 WMC boys’ basketball loss Monday night to Wells.

Jake Moody scored 17 of his team-high 20 points in the second half to rally the Warriors (7-3), who trailed 25-18 at the break and 44-41 with eight minutes remaining.

Matt Ingalls added 14 points and Joey Spinelli dropped in 11 for Wells.

Will Shafer amassed 20 points, 10 rebounds and four assists to pace the Patriots (1-8). Brandon Thibeault chipped in 12.

Bangor 64, Oxford Hills 61

PARIS — Turnovers cost Oxford Hills an eight-point halftime lead before the end of the third quarter Monday night, and Bangor held on for a 64-61 KVAC boys’ basketball victory.

Alex Campbell had 20 points and Connor Adams added 16 points and 12 rebounds to lead Bangor (8-3). Sean Tucci turned in 10 for the Rams, who trailed 35-27 before using a 16-7 gain to take command in the third.

Bangor increased its lead to six points in the final minute before Oxford Hills (4-7) hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to account for the final margin, Jake Plummer fueled the Vikings with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Andrew Fleming furnished 14 points and nine boards.

Girls’ basketball

Edward Little 56, Messalonskee 37

OAKLAND — Tianna Harriman erupted for 21 points Monday night, boosting Edward Little to a 56-37 KVAC girls’ basketball victory over Messalonskee.

Kory Norcross and Brooke Reynolds each added 11 points for EL (9-2). Kate Sawyer chalked up 10. Harriman and Norcross each nailed three 3-pointers.

Kassi Michaud topped the Eagles (5-6) with 11 points.

Spruce Mountain 54, Carrabec 34

NORTH ANSON — Emily Keene scored 23 points and added four steals to lead Spruce Mountain to a 54-34 win over Carrabec.

Nicole Hamblin added 16 points, six steals and four assists for the Phoenix (11-0). Kailee Newcomb chipped in nine.

Carrabec got 11 from Emma Pluntke.

Spruce Mountain led 17-14 after the first quarter, but Carrabec trailed only 25-24 at the half. The Phoenix used an 18-8 third quarter to open the lead and outscored the Cobras 11-2 in the fourth.

Hebron 41, Seacoast Christian 34

HEBRON — In a see-saw game at Hebron on Monday night, the Lumberjacks prevailed, 41-34, over Seacoast Christian thanks to a 30-point performance from Liv Brown.

Trailing by one point after the first quarter, then leading by three at the half, Hebron fell behind by three at the end of the third quarter before a 10-point gain in the fourth.

Mt. Abram 69, Telstar 33

BETHEL — Miranda Smith drained 24 points and Mikayla Luce added 21 more as Mt. Abram ran past Telstar 69-33 in MVC girls’ basketball action Monday.

Jill Howard added 15 for the victorious Roadrunners (6-4).

Rebecca Howard led the way for the Rebels (0-10) with 11.

Madison 33, Mtn. Valley 28

RUMFORD — Sam Bruce led the way with 15 points for Madison as the Bulldogs survived a test from Mountain Valley in a 33-28 MVC girls’ basketball victory Monday.

Brooke Dolloff topped the scoresheet for the Falcons (2-8) with a 13-point effort.

Lisbon 38, Winthrop 26

LISBON — Lisbon held Winthrop to two points in the first quarter Monday and pulled away for a 38-26 MVC girls’ basketball victory.

Denise Thomas scored 12 points and Mia Durgin added 10 to lead the Greyhounds (3-7). Lisbon led only 5-2 after one period but picked up the pace and held a 15-7 cushion at the half and owned a 25-16 margin after three.

Cat Ouellette led all scorers with 14 points for the Ramblers (1-9).

Oak Hill 55, St. Dom’s 24

AUBURN — Oak Hill shut out St. Dom’s in the fourth quarter Monday night to close out a 55-24 MVC girls’ basketball win.

The Raiders (6-5) trailed 14-13 after one quarter and pulled even at 20 at intermission before blowing it open.

Grace Sabine scored 16 points to lead Oak Hill. Sadie Goulet nailed three 3-pointers en route to 14 points.

Faith Grady and Kelly Pomerleau accounted for all the St. Dom’s (6-4) offense. Grady had a game-high 17.

Lawrence 56, Lewiston 47

FAIRFIELD — Home court served the Lawrence girls well in a 56-47 victory over a determined Lewiston squad Monday night.

Trailing by 12 entering the final quarter, the Blue Devils narrowed the margin to only two points with three minutes remaining,  but fell to sharp free throw shooting by Lawrence.

Laurianne Murphy, Kelsey Dumond and two by Janessa Talarico were not enough to overcome the four Lawrence girls in double figures, including Dominique Lewis, who tallied 13.

Boys’ hockey

St. Dom’s 4, Waterville 1

WATERVILLE — Four different players scored and Grant Carrier stopped 15 of the 16 shots he faced as St. Dom’s rallied to defeat Waterville 4-1 in Class A boys’ hockey action Monday.

Caleb labrie, Dalton Lorenz, Kyle Holtet and Brad Berube netted goals for the Saints (4-3-1).

Girls’ hockey

Leavitt/EL 9, Brunswick 1

BRUNSWICK — Taylor Landry scored four goals and added two assists Monday, launching Leavitt/Edward Little to a 9-1 Class A girls’ hockey win over Brunswick at Watson Arena.

Amanda Grenier, Danica Nadeau, Sydney Nadeau, Paige Landry and Amanda Williams each added a goal for the Red Hornets (11-3). Abby Roy registered three assists and Emma Martineau set up a pair of goals.

Tori Sanford stopped 11 shots for Leavitt/Edward Little. Rachel Maroney broke up the shutout for Brunswick (4-9) with four minutes left.