CECS 5th & 6th Grade Boys Travel Basketball
The Auburn-Lewiston YMCA Boys “B” Travel Basketball Team finished the regular season with a 7-3 record in the Cape Elizabeth League and have advanced into the second round of the playoffs with a win over Old Orchard Beach 36-22. Wol Akol paced the team with 12 points, followed by Keagan Pelletier’s eight points. Ethan Chute and Max Creaser added five points each, Dan Milks four points and Josh Kaiser with two points rounded out the scoring for the Y. Dominic Jacobs, Jaden Legare and Corey Wiers helped control the boards and provided hustle on the defensive end.
WMYBL 5th-6th grade girls' basketball
Results from Sunday, Feb. 10
Poland 25, AYS 23
Poland was paced by Leya Harvey with nine points and Reily Neww with eight points in the two point victory over AYS. AYS was led by Haley Turcotte with eight points and Kaylin Knowlton with five points.
Turner 35, Dixfield 15
Georgia Brown and Julia White each had eight points to lead Turner to the 35-15 victory over Dixfield. MacKenize Ladd chipped in with five points for Dixfield while two others had three points.
Oak Hill 30, Lewiston 19
Kelsea Mulherin and Desirae Dumais led Oak Hill with eight points each in the 30-19 win over Lewiston. Abbie Langelier and Mariah Madore led Lewiston with six points each.
Wilton 54, Rangeley 4
Sierra Fay and Renee Solis had 12 points each in Wilton's victory over Rangeley. Amber Merrill and Brooke Egan each scored a bucket for Rangeley.
Oxford Hills 24, Messalonskee 5th grade 22
Jadah Adams led all scores with nine points while teammate Julz Colby chipped in with six points in Oxford's 24-22 win. Hannah DelGuidice and Emily Smith had eight points for Messalonskee.
Messalonskee 6th grade 55, Farmington 14
Weslee Littlefield had a game-high 15 points and Taylor Barker had ten points in Messlonskee's victory over Farmington. Macey Phillips led Farmington with five points and Sidney Balenger had four points.
WMYBL 5-6 grade boys
Staindings and results for 5-6 grade boys WMYBL basketball.
Standings: Dixfield 10-0; Oxford Hills 9-1; Lewiston 8-2; Wilton 5-5; River Valley 5-5; AYS 3-7; Sabattus 2-7; Paris 1-9; Rangeley 1-9.
Lewiston 23, River Valley 17
Gabe Escobar paced the way for Lewiston with six points while teammates Dylon Jackson and Issac Madore each had four points in Lewiston's 23-17 win. Mark Herman and Dylan Turner each had five points for River Valley.
Oxford Hills 59, Wilton 28
Matthew Flemming led all scorers with 16 points and Spencer Strong added 12 points in Oxford Hills 59-38 victory over Wilton. Wilton's high scorer was Garrett Reynolds with 15 points.
Dixfield 59, AYS 38
Alex Gorham led Dixfield with 18 points while Jeremy St. Germain had ten points in their victory over AYS. Bryson Bailey led AYS with eight points.
Rangeley 26, Paris 23
Mircea Natase scored 18 out of Rangeley's 26 points and teammate Nolan Boone had four points in the three point win over Paris. Paris was paced by Colby Jones who had ten points and Bryce Chaplin with six points.
CMBL 3-4 grade girls
Sunday, Feb. 3 and Sunday, Feb. 10 results.
Turner 26 Monmouth B 10
Jayden Carpenter and Alison Noniewicz each had nine points to pace Turner to the 26-10 victory over Monmouth. Emma Johnson had four points for Monmouth.
Maranacook 26, Auburn Y 22
Ella Schmidt had a game-high eight points for Maranacook while teammate Kate Mohlar had six points in the 26-22 win. Three players for Auburn Y had six points.
Farmington 26, Dixfield 11
Kiely Reynolds and Rylee Keaten each had six point for Farmington in the 26-11 victory. Taylor Bryant led Dixfield with seven points.
Oxford Hills 53, Monmouth A 5
Libby Flemming led the way with 15 points for Oxford Hills in the victory over Monmouth. Brooke Rooney had three points and Erin Gosselin had two points for Monmouth A.
Dixfield 25, Auburn Y 19
Page Lueders paced Dixfield with 16 points in the six point victory over the Auburn Y. Tiana James had nine points for the Y.
Oxford Hills 39, Maranacook 16
Libby Flemming had 16 points while Cassidy Dumont had 13 points for Oxford Hills. Ella Schmidt led Marancook with six points and Grace Dwyer had four points.
Eagle Dominators 28, Monmouth B 9
Bodhi Littlefield led all scorers with nine points as the Eagle Dominators came away with the 28-9 victory. Stella Libby had three points for Monmouth B while three others had a bucket.
CMBL 3-4 grade boys' basketball
Maranacook 44, Dirigo 35
Cash McClure led all scores with 18 points while teammate Tim Worcester had 14 points in the nine point victory over Dirigo. Casey Cormier had 15 points for Dirigo while Dallas Berry chipped in with 11.
Oxford Hills 40, Messalonskee 39
Hayden Paine paced Oxford Hills with ten points while two others had nine points in the 40-39 victory.
Auburn Rec. Department
Friday, Feb. 1 and Saturday, Feb. 2 results
Austin Associates 24, Friends of East Auburn 22
Play it Again Sports 26, Interstate Batteries 24
Pat's Pizza 34, Gammon's Garden Center 31
Boys and Girls Club 21, Jim's Auto Sales 15
Sundae's Ice Cream Shoppe 22, Buffalo Wild Wings 18
Auburn Fire Fighters 22, Sundown Construction 16
Dunkin Donuts 43, Auburn Storage Solutions 39
Akers Builders 38, Hammond Lumber 26
L-A Harley 31, Boys & Girls Club 18
Auburn Fire Fighters 54, Austin's 44
C.L.H. & Sons 66, Lee Auto Mall 58