Local roundup: Lewiston slips past Greely, 2-1


FALMOUTH — Corinne Laberge scored the eventual game-winning goal as Lewiston skated to a 2-1 victory over Greely in girls’ ice hockey action Saturday.

The Blue Devils led 1-0 until the third period when Laberge made it 2-0. Erica Lemieux notched the first goal 2:06 into the first period.

Danita Storey spoiled the shutout with a tally 11:54 into the final frame for Greely.

EL 4, York 0

ROCHESTER, N.H. — Danica Nadeau produced a pair of goals as Edward little coasted to a 4-0 victory over York in girls’ hockey action Saturday.

Amanda Grenier put the first Red Eddie (15-3) goal on the board at 8:12 of the first period. Mariah Vaillancourt tallied a third-period goal sandwiched by Nadeau’s pair.

Goalie Tori Sanford stopped six shots to earn the win in net for Edward Little.

Boys’ hockey

Mt. Ararat-Poland 4, GNG-Poland 3

AUBURN — Jason Kenney scored the game-clinching goal as Mt. Ararat-Poland secured a 4-3 victory over Gray-New Gloucester-Poland in boys’ hockey action Saturday.

Kyle Lussier collected a goal and an assist for the Eagles (8-6), tying the game at 3-3 on a power play in the third period.

Jason Cote netted his first varsity goal for the 26ers (3-9) in the first period, evening the score at 1-1. No further scoring was made for either team until the third period.

Boys’ basketball

A.R.Gould 49, Rangeley 44

PORTLAND — Rob Blaire scored 12 points in a balanced attack as A.R. Gould sank Rangeley 49-44 in boys’ basketball action Saturday.

The Lakers (3-13) led 25-19 at intermission, but A.R.Gould mounted a comeback in the second half. Gage Barton contributed 11 points for A.R. Gould.

Tim White netted nine field goals for 21 points for Rangeley in the losing effort.

Women’s basketball

CMCC 83, Vermont Tech 58

AUBURN — Susie French drained 21 points to lead Central Maine Community College to a 83-58 triumph over Vermont Tech in women’s basketball action Saturday.

The Mustangs (18-1) used their depth and pressure defense to force 27 turnovers. Gabby Foy continued a hot streak with 15 points, while Lexi Larson connected from downtown four times to finish with 12 points.

The Knights could not keep pace with the Mustangs.

Ama Baker led Vermont Tech with 14 points, while Serena Reynolds chipped in with 12 points.