Youth basketball results


Auburn-Lewiston YMCA Youth Basketball Results

Rookies Basketball

Thursday Class: NAPA Auto Parts 22, Bilodeau Insurance 16

Sam Brooker led the way for NAPA with a game-high 10points. Contributing to the offensive output for NAPA was Jeffrey Randall with six points, Koral Morin with four, and Attean Fournier with two. Bilodeau Insurance had six players break the scoring column led by Tristan Kramarz and Addison Blais with four points each. Scoring a basket each for Bilodeau was Kaden Bedard, Isaac Gautier, Ethan Guptill and Sam Ferguson.

Saturday Class: NAPA Auto Parts 42, Graphic Explosion 32

Ellie Legare scored a game high 20 points, and Sam Ferguson added another 14 points helping NAPA to a ten point win over Graphic Explosion. Other scorers for NAPA were Connor Cyr with four points, Caed Langley with two points and Sara Richard with two points. Tristan Kramarz matched Legare’s offensive output with 20 points of his own for Graphic Explosion. Lonnie Thomas contributed eight points along with Connor Turcotte and Skylar Gaudette with a basket each.


Biddy Basketball League
Pee Wee Division

C.B. Bachmann 26, Gee & Bee Sporting Goods 24.

Joshua Murphy led the way for Bachmann, pacing the team with 12 points. Dylan Sellinger added nine points, Austin Sellinger two points, Ilyas Bashir two points and Nick Gagne one point to round out the scoring for Bachmann. Patrick Anthoine had a game high 17 points for Gee & Bee, and Christian Frey dropped in the other seven in a tight game throughout.

Agren Appliance 22, Hammond Lumber 21.

Anna Howaniec scored two huge points in the pivotal fourth quarter, while Mike Chaput and Josh Randall  paced Agren Appliance with ten points each in a game that came down to the final buzzer. Hammond Lumber was led by Noah Hill with 10 points and Tyson Green with five points. Savanah Green, Matthew Metivier, and Simon Hayes each added a basket for Hammond Lumber.

Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli 21, Modern Woodmen of America 13.

Quincy Coachman had nine points and Ben Poland had eight points, as they led the way in the victory for Heidi’s. Trevor Bosse chipped in with four points. Modern Woodmen was led by Ryan Marston’s 7 points. Cameron Langis (4) and Sam Courtemanche (2) rounded out the scoring.

Roopers 30, High Maintenance Landscape 21.

Sommer Russell made 1 of 2 free throws in the fourth quarter, helping Roopers secure the win. Declan Giroux with ten points and Chase Martin with eight points, paced Roopers offensively. Adding to that total was Tate Morse five points, Eli St. Laurent four points, and Wyatt Morse two points. Tiana James scored a game high 11 points for High Maintenance landscape, followed by Elijah Demers with four points. Audrey Hamel, Josh Lavigne, and Conor Burtchell had two points each.

Morrison & Sylvester 18, BGA Financial 17.

Daniel Day’s two points in the fourth quarter proved to be the game winner as Morrison & Sylvester edged out BGA Financial by one point. Malik Foster led M & S with a game high 14 points and Fiona King added a hoop to round out the scoring. Jason Brooker led BGA with six points and Braeden Lynch added five points. Brady Vincent, Aiden Charest and Kaleb Danner each chipped in with a basket in a game that came down to the final buzzer.

Hahnel Brothers 30, M & P Auto Parts 29.

Devonte Scott scored two of his game high 13 points with six seconds left to lift his team to a win in the last contest of the day. RJ Nichols scored ten points, Luke Josephson six points and Lilly Vincent added a free throw to round out the scoring for Hahnel Bros. John Shea led M & P with 11 points, followed by Nick Kaiser with eight points. Other offensive contributors for M & P were Joey Shea with four points while Liam Hutchinson Michael White  and Jared Bernard all each had two points.
Junior Division

Platz Associates 36, Emerson Toyota 22.

Wol Akol scored a game high 18 points for Platz, who opened up a 21-11 half-time lead and held on for the win. Other contributors were Dominick Jacobs (seven), Storm Jipson (six), Maggie Ferland (three) and Abi Carney with two points. Joel Stubbs led Emerson Toyota with 11 points, followed by Kendall Mathieu (four), Chantel Ouellette (four), Nate Farnsworth (two), and Jermaine Luizzo with one point.

Androscoggin Title 32, Sun Journal 22.

Androscoggin title jumped out to a 17-8 half-time lead and the strong start proved to be the difference in the game. Androscoggin Title was led by Bobby Tremaine with 12 points. Nick Davis and Max Creaser added five points apiece; Abdi Mohamed and Josh Hamel netted four points each and Caleb Yarnevich added a bucket of his own to round out the scoring. Ethan Chute paced Sun Journal with nine points, followed by Christian Beliveau with five points, Ethan Bosse (three), Anna LeBlanc (two), Hannah Chaput (two), and Justin Bulmer added a free throw for Sun Journal.

Sam’s Italian Sandwich Shoppe 50, Austin Associates 34.

One basket separated the two teams after two periods, but Sam’s outscored Austin’s 34-16 in the second half to secure the victory. Ryan Theriault scored 20 points and Keagan Pelletier 16 points to power Sam’s past Austin’s. Adding four points each were Corey Wiers, Caroline Hammond, and Isaaq Bashir. Madeline Foster chipped in with a bucket. Devaunte Rembert paced Austin’s with 19 points, followed by Kalib Kalib with eight points. Jaden Legare (four), Chris Frey (two) and Josh Kaiser (one) rounded out the scoring for Austin Associates.

Pat’s Pizza 46, Hoop Camp 19.

Eight of Nine players broke the scoring column for Pat’s, and a 29-8 second half kept Hoop Camp at bay. Ethan Brown had a game high 14 points for Pat’s, followed by Courtney Richard with seven points, Austin Brown six points and Grace Fontaine with five points. Netting 4 points each were Spencer Morrill, Kiara Fournier and Abdi Alew. Lindsey Adams added a bucket for Pat’s to round out the scoring. Giles Paradie led Hoop Camp with five points, followed by Dan Nally, Khalid Heban and Teagan Galway with four points each. Ricky Cote chipped in with two points for Hoop Camp.