READFIELD – Junior forward Ryan Martin scored his 1,000th career point in the first quarter as Maranacook roared to a 77-54 victory over Lincoln Academy in KVAC boys’ basketball action Saturday.

The Black Bears (6-0) played with great intensity, taking an overwhelming 31-11 lead in the first quarter. Martin collected a game-high 24 points.

Junior guard Will Bardaglio provided 17 points, including a pair of 3-pointers. Devin Gerrity chipped in with 11 points.

David Prior paced the Eagles with a team-high 12 points in the loss.

Boothbay 88, Jay 25

BOOTHBAY – Pat Norton threw in a game-high 16 points as Boothbay (4-1) held Jay to 10 points in the first half to cruise to an 88-25 victory.

The Seahawks built a 41-10 at halftime and allowed the Tigers to score only another 15 points in the second half

Winslow 66, Oak Hill 46

WALES – Junior guard Adam Puiia scored a team-high 16 points to lead Winslow to a 66-46 triumph over Oak Hill.

The contest remained close in the first half with the Black Raiders (5-1) leading 34-27 at the break.

Senior forward Kevin Byrne drained 12 points, while senior center Josh Gallahger contributed 10 points for Winslow.

The Raiders (0-5) were still within striking distance in the fourth quarter, down by eight. But, Puiia scored eight of his 16 points and James Wood six of his eight in the final frame to propel Winslow to a soft landing for the win.

Junior center Bronson Drewry led all scorers with 17 points on five field goals and four free throws, including three 3-pointers for Oak Hill.

Girls’ basketball
Winslow 24, Oak Hill 20

WINSLOW – Katelyn Wells was the lone Oak Hill player with more than one field goal Saturday as the Raiders dropped a 24-20 girls’ basketball decision to Oak Hill.

The Raiders (1-3) trailed 15-6 at the half, but fought their way back into contention by scoring 11 points in the third quarter, but could never score the equalizer.

Krystie Clark led Winslow (4-2) with eight points. Wells, Ashley Delaney and Ambyr Provost all scored five points for Oak Hill.


Westbrook 4, Poland-GNG 3

GRAY – Christopher Marston scored a pair of goals to lead Westbrook to a 4-3 victory over Poland-Gray-New Gloucester.

The Patriotic Knights (2-3) scored three unanswered goals in the middle of the second period to reverse a 2-0 deficit for a shot-lived 3-2 lead. Junior wing Zach Arnold scored two of their goals.

St. Dom’s 5, Noble 0

ROCHESTER, N.H. – Sophomore wing Casey Parker scored a pair of goals as St. Dom’s coasted to a 5-0 victory over Noble.

The Saints (2-1) didn’t open up the scoring until the third period when they went on a tear, netting four unanswered goals.

Goalies Max Wiley and Willie Emerson shared goalkeeping duties for the Saints, turning away six shots apiece.

Alex Wright was busy in goal for the Knights, making 46 saves.

EL 7, Lewiston 5

AUBURN – Corey LaRue scored four goals and an assist to lead Edward Little to a 7-5 victory over Lewiston for the championship game in the 12th Annual Gippers Holiday Classic.

In a back-and-forth contest, the Red Eddies (4-2) trailed 3-2 in the first period, but bounced back to take a 5-4 lead after two.

Lewiston was powered by junior forward Jon Roy, who contributed two goals and an assist.

Goalie Zack Plourde made 20 saves for Lewiston. Edward Little’s Adam Loudermilk earned the win by making some great saves in the final frame, tallying 21 for the record books.

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