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Junior Division, Jan. 20

Sam’s 40, Androscoggin Title 26

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In a tight first half, Sam’s finished the game on a 17-7 run to secure the win. Storm Jipson and Devonte Scott paced Sam’s with 16 and 12 points respectively. Braeden Lynch added four points. Quincy Coachman, Aiden Charest, Audrey Hamel and Ben Poland all chipped in with two points each. Leading the way for Androscoggin Title was Lindsey Adams and Ben Hallett with six points each. Dan Milks added five points, followed by Jacob Hodgman and Tyler Jalbert with four points each. Harrison Gray chipped in with a free throw to round out the scoring for Androscoggin Title.

Junior Division, Jan. 25

Clyde Bergemann 44, Leary & DeTroy 39

An 11-6 first quarter lead by Bergemann proved to be the difference in the game. Chris Frey provided the offensive punch for Clyde Bergemann with 20 points, followed by Austin Brown’s 13 and seven points by Nick Kaiser. Tyler Freeman and Caroline Hammond chipped in with two points apiece. Micah Jack led all scorers with 23 points for Leary and DeTroy. Ethan Chute scored 12 and Hunter Young added four points.

Sam’s Italian Sandwich Shoppe 33, Platz Associates 29

In a game that saw 15 out of 17 participants score, it was an exciting game throughout. Quincy Coachman paced Sam’s with nine points, followed by Aiden Charest and Devonte Scott who scored seven apiece. Storm Jipson scored four points, while Gia Campbell, Haley Ouellette and Ben Poland all chipped in with two points each. Joel Stubbs led Platz with eight points, along with Serena Mower’s five points, and four points each by Lydia Celani and Cam Langis. Rounding out the score for Platz was Tristan Blossom, Nick Gagne, Chase Martin, and Fiona King with two points each.

Gee & Bee Sporting Goods 49, Bilodeau Insurance 34

Max Creaser netted a game-high 15 points, followed by Chantelle Ouellette with 10 and Hannah Chaput with eight points for Gee & Bee. Mike Chaput and Jacob Jackson scored six points each and Caleb Davis chipped in with four points. Corey Wiers led Bilodeau Insurance with 13 points and Giles Paradie added another 11. Jared Bernard scored eight points and Andrea Demers added a bucket.

Hoop Camp 46, Hammond Lumber 29

Dominic Jacobs scored 14 of his game-high 20 points in the second half and Hoop Camp notched another win. R.J. Nichols scored 10, Cam Irish six and Jamaine Luizzo four points. Rounding out the scoring for Hoop Camp was Luke Josephson, Jayden Szady and Sophie Valley with two points each. John Shea scored 19 points for Hammond Lumber, and Josh Randall added another six. Sara Greaton and Emma Hefty scored two points each to cap the scoring for Hammond Lumber.

Pee Wee Division, Jan. 25

M and P Used Auto Parts 28, Agren 24

M & P jumped out to a 14-4 first quarter lead and held on for the win. Conor Burtchell paced M & P with 10 points, followed by Kaleb Danner and Jayden Robison with eight points each. Joey Shea chipped in with two points. For Agren, Landon Cougle dropped in a game-high 12 points, followed by Elijah Demers and Owen Hamel with six points each.

Roopers 31, Modern Woodmen of America 22. Jack Thompson sank six of seven free throws and paced Roopers with 14 points in the win. Keenan Marcoux, Alex Thistlewaite and Jayden Udarnauth scored four points each. Eli St. Laurent scored three and Jabreel Muhammad-Aceto two points to cap the scoring for Roopers. Christian Frey led the way for Modern Woodmen of America with 14 points of his own, followed by Matt Connor with six and Sam Courtemanche with two points.

Center Street Dental 16, Bedard Medical Supply 14

Jason Brooker, with a team-high six points, went two for two from the line in the fourth quarter securing the win and scoring Center Street Dental’s only points in that frame. Austin Garey scored four points, followed by Sam Brooker, Trevor Pineau and Brady Vincent who chipped in with two apiece. Braden Paradie scored a game-high seven points for Bedard, followed by Meaza Paradie with four points. Noah Cyr added two points and Marshal Adams one point to cap the scoring for Bedard.

Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli 29, High Maintenance Landscape 23

In a back and forth affair, Heidi’s held on for the win behind Connor LeClerc’s 10 points. Jason and Sam Brooker, playing for the short handed Heidi’s, scored eight and two points respectively. Joshua Murphy scored six points, Carter Gregoire two points, and Makenna Campbell added a free throw for Heidi’s. Ryan Martson paced High Maintenance Landscape with 10 points, followed by Isaac Shannon with six points. Daniel Day scored four points and Madisyn Turcotte chipped in with three points.

Rookies Division, Jan. 26

Regency Mortgage 32, Austin Associates 24

Connor Irish scored 24 points, 18 in the fourth quarter, and paced Regency Mortgage in the win. Natalie Beaudoin scored four points, Kennedy Lampert scored three points, and Ashley Connor one point for Regency. Austin Associates was led by Connor Turcotte’s 18 points, followed by Savannah Green with four and Ethan Guptil with two points.

DuBois Realty Group 21, BGA Financial 21

DuBois Realty was down three at the half, but outscored Austin’s 10-7 in the second half to notch the tie. DuBois was led by Lonnie Thomas with seven points and Caleb Dodge with six points. Jeffrey Randall added four points, while Skylar Blossom and Ben DuBois netted two points each. BGA Financial was led by Ishan Reese with eight points and Tyler Turcotte with seven points. Jacob Grealish scored four and Andrew Clements two points to cap the scoring for BGA Financial.

Mike Morin’s Auto 28, Pat’s Pizza 26

Remmy Fournier scored her lone basket in the fourth quarter and that put Mike Morin’s ahead to stay. Kaden Bedard and Sam Ferguson scored 10 points each to pace Mike Morin’s. Connor Cyr added four points and Owen Ferguson two points to cap the scoring for Mike Morin’s. Ellie Legare scored a team high 10 points, followed by Mason Robertson with six. Ava Blanchette and Tommy Gagnon scored four points each, and Jay Robichaud chipped in with two points.

Brunswick Steel 37, Hahnel Brothers 19

Brunswick Steel exploded for 15 fourth quarter points and the win. Jack Pepin and Devan Pacheco scored 10 points each, pacing Brunswick Steel. T.J. Kramarz scored nine, followed by Bryce Fontaine with six and Owen Nichols with two points. Koral Morin led Hahnel Brothers with eight points, followed by Isaac Gautier with five points. Abigail Beaucage scored four and Dru Angelides two points to round out the scoring for Hahnel Brothers.

Auburn Youth Basketball

HS Division

Limb-It Landscape 44, Euro Motors 28

Play It Again Sports 52, Pat’s Pizza 51

Buffalo Wings 54, Limb-It Landscape 54

3-4 Division

Gammon Landscape Nursery 0, Jokers 0

Sundown Construction 0, Austin’s 0

5-6 Division

Friends of East Auburn 29, Photo Finish 26

Sundafy 28, L-A Harley 8

Lee Auto Mall 30, Boys and Girls Club 8

7-8 Division

Boys and Girls Club 53, Auburn Firefighters 33

Lewiston Rec 45, Dunkin Donuts 16

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