The Girls Division of the Western Maine Youth Basketball League (Grades 4-6) began its season during the weekend.

Dixfield got the 2006-2007 campaign off to a good start with a 31-10 victory over Lisbon. Lyndsey Crutchfield led the Dixies with 10 points. Lexi Noyes added 7. Lisbon was paced by Bailey Madore with 7.

In a close contest, AYS of Jay-Livermore edged Bridgton 31-28. Jahna Couture sparked the winners with 9 points. Emily Acritelli was right behind with 8. Lexi Crawford tallied 9 for Bridgton. Emily Perry and Hailey added 6 apiece..

North Franklin knocked off Farmington 24-13 as Tori Beane netted 10. Molly Obomsquiny led Farmington with 5.

Oxford Hills trimmed Livermore Falls 46-11 as Abby Eastman and Alex Rowe each collected 10 points. Nicole Hamblin paced Livermore Falls with 6.

Standings:

AYS 1 0

Dixfield 1 0

North Franklin 1 0

Oxford Hills 1 0

Auburn Rec 0 0

Turner 0 0

Wilton 0 0

Bridgton 0 1

Farmington 0 1

Lisbon 0 1

Livermore Falls 0 1
Youth camp is planned

AUBURN – Boys and girls ages 7-13 are eligible for the Central Maine Community College Athletic Department’s annual Winter Basketball Camp, December 26-29. The camp will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Cost is $125.

Former and current CMCC players will assist with the camp. They include Patrick Dempsey, Ashley Swett and Kaleb Violette.

To register for the camp call the athletic department at 755-5251.


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