MIKE

Basketball

Carrabec 50, Telstar 43

NORTH ANSON — Carrabec used a 14-1 second quarter to open up a big first half lead, then held off Telstar in the second half for a 50-43 victory in MVC boys’ basketball action Saturday.

Justin Richardson, Aaron Lane and Gino Houle scored 11 points apiece to lead the Cobras (3-7). Daniel Vaughn and Corey Howard led the Rebels (2-8) with 10 points each.

Greenville 62, Rangeley 52

GREENVILLE — Emerson Sikes and Alex Jardine drained 19 points each to propel Greenville to a 62-52 victory over Rangeley in EWC boys’ basketball action Saturday.

The Greenville Lakers (2-8) jumped out to a 15-7 lead in the first quarter, and played relatively even through the next three frames.

Sophomore forward Eric White recorded a team-high 16 points, while junior center Zeke Paul contributed 11 points for the Rangeley Lakers (4-6) in the losing effort.

Hockey

Edward Little 4, Messalonskee 1

AUBURN — Senior forward co-captain Matt Gordon compiled a goal and three assists to lead Edward Little to a 4-1 victory over Messalonskee in boys’ varsity hockey action Saturday.

The Red Eddies (4-3) opened up the scoring in the first period on a Cody Russell tally at the 8:23 mark. Following a Shawn Veilleux goal to tie the game at 1-1 in the second period for the Eagles (4-3), Edward Little made excellent use of three power-play opportunities in the final frame.

Edward Little goalie, Rich Belanger, repelled a barage of 15 shots in the second period, and allowed just one goal to keep the Red Eddies poised for the third frame. Drew Lupardo broke the tie, and Gordon added a safety at the 11:56 mark.

Leavitt 2, Cape Elizabeth 1

PORTLAND — Junior center Cooper Legee notched the eventual game-winning goal in a non-stop hard fought 2-1 Leavitt victory over Cape Elizabeth in boys’ varsity hockey action Saturday.

Freshman wing Tyler Hutchinson put the Hornets (5-3) on the board first with a power-play goal at the 5:39 mark of the first period.

Legee notched an unassisted goal at the 13:41 mark of the second period to put Leavitt up 2-0 before the final frame.

Goalie Thil Jordan made 11 saves for the Capers (2-4), while Cody Violette turned back an impressive 42 shots to earn the win in net for Leavitt.

TONY

Basketball

Vinalhaven 59, Buckfield 44

BUCKFIELD — Steven Osgood punched up 22 points and teammate Nathan Hopkins was good for 18 as Vinalhaven rolled to a 59-44 victory over Buckfield in a boys’ basketball game Saturday.

The Vikings (6-3) built a 32-24 lead at halftime and held the Bucks (3-6) to just seven points in the final quarter.

Austin Dooley lead the way for the Bucks with his team-high 15 points and teammate Casey Robertson threw in 13.

Oak Hill 60, Nokomis 55

WALES — Tim Levesque turned in another 28-point performance in two games as Oak Hill shook off Nokomis with a 60-55 victory in a boys’ basketball game Saturday.

Levesque was also tough on defense, pulling down five rebounds and earning seven steals. He also went 8-for-8 at the foul line in the crucial fourth quarter. Teammate Brian Bradstreet tried to keep Nokomis’s Chris Bailey around the perimeter, but Bailey still dropped in 21 points.

Jake Welch picked up the slack for Nokomis and scored the team-high 22 points.

Nokomis built a 38-25 halftime lead before coming undone in the third quarter.

Mt. View 69, Leavitt 52

THORNDIKE – Tim Alton scored 12 of his game-high 16 points in the second quarter, mostly by way of the offensive glass, to put Mt. View comfortably in front and send the Mustangs on their way to a 69-52 KVAC boys’ basketball victory over Leavitt.

Mt. View (8-2) spotted Leavitt (4-6) a one-point lead after the first period before Alton’s surge sparked a 22-9 turnaround. 

Michael Cochrane added 12 points and Zach Babin 11 for the Mustangs. Jordan Hersom topped the Hornets with 15 points and 12 rebounds. Noah Poto produced 10 points, including a pair of 3-pointers. Cam Griffin supplemented his seven points with nine assists.

Hockey

DAVE

Basketball

Oxford Hills 59, Morse 57 2OT

SOUTH PARIS — Jake Hall tossed in a season-high 19 points and garnered seven rebounds to help Oxford Hills beat Morse 59-57 in a double overtime boys’ KVAC basketball game Saturday.

Morse (2-8) received a big game from Alonzo James who poured in 27 points and ripped down 10 boards. James hit four 3-pointers late in the fourth quarter to help send the game into overtime and hit two more treys in the first extra session.

Andrew Keniston opened the second overtime by nailing a 3-pointer and the Vikings (5-6) never trailed again. The Shipbuilders had a chance to win the game, but a 3-point shot from the wing by Mike Walton (12 points) at the buzzer went awry. Nate Dubois added 14 points for the Vikings. Jason Kaake contributed 10 for the visitors.

Hockey

Boys’ basketball

Oxford Hills 59, Morse 57, 2OT

SOUTH PARIS – Jake Hall tossed in a season-high 19 points and garnered seven rebounds to help Oxford Hills beat Morse 59-57 in a double overtime boys’ KVAC basketball game Saturday.

Morse (2-8) received a big game from Alonzo James who poured in 27 points and ripped down 10 boards. James hit four 3-pointers late in the fourth quarter to help send the game into overtime and hit two more treys in the first extra session.

Andrew Keniston opened the second overtime by nailing a 3-pointer and the Vikings (5-6) never trailed again. The Shipbuilders had a chance to win the game, but a 3-point shot from the wing by Mike Walton (12 points) at the buzzer went awry. Nate Dubois added 14 points for the Vikings. Jason Kaake contributed 10 for the visitors.

Carrabec 50, Telstar 43

NORTH ANSON – Carrabec used a 14-1 second quarter to open up a big first half lead, then held off Telstar in the second half for a 50-43 victory in MVC boys’ basketball action Saturday.

Justin Richardson, Aaron Lane and Gino Houle scored 11 points apiece to lead the Cobras (3-7). Daniel Vaughn and Corey Howard led the Rebels (2-8) with 10 points each.

Greenville 62, Rangeley 52

GREENVILLE – Emerson Sikes and Alex Jardine drained 19 points each to propel Greenville to a 62-52 victory over Rangeley in EWC boys’ basketball action Saturday.

The Greenville Lakers (2-8) jumped out to a 15-7 lead in the first quarter, and played relatively even through the next three frames.

Sophomore forward Eric White recorded a team-high 16 points, while junior center Zeke Paul contributed 11 points for the Rangeley Lakers (4-6) in the losing effort.

Vinalhaven 59, Buckfield 44

BUCKFIELD – Steven Osgood punched up 22 points and teammate Nathan Hopkins was good for 18 as Vinalhaven rolled to a 59-44 victory over Buckfield in a boys’ basketball game Saturday.

The Vikings (6-3) built a 32-24 lead at halftime and held the Bucks (3-6) to just seven points in the final quarter.

Austin Dooley lead the way for the Bucks with his team-high 15 points and teammate Casey Robertson threw in 13.

Oak Hill 60, Nokomis 55

WALES – Tim Levesque turned in another 28-point performance in two games as Oak Hill shook off Nokomis with a 60-55 victory in a boys’ basketball game Saturday.

Levesque was also tough on defense, pulling down five rebounds and earning seven steals. He also went 8-for-8 at the foul line in the crucial fourth quarter. Teammate Brian Bradstreet tried to keep Nokomis’s Chris Bailey around the perimeter, but Bailey still dropped in 21 points.

Jake Welch picked up the slack for Nokomis and scored the team-high 22 points.

Nokomis built a 38-25 halftime lead before coming undone in the third quarter.

Mt. View 69, Leavitt 52

THORNDIKE – Tim Alton scored 12 of his game-high 16 points in the second quarter, mostly by way of the offensive glass, to put Mt. View comfortably in front and send the Mustangs on their way to a 69-52 KVAC boys’ basketball victory over Leavitt.

Mt. View (8-2) spotted Leavitt (4-6) a one-point lead after the first period before Alton’s surge sparked a 22-9 turnaround. 

Michael Cochrane added 12 points and Zach Babin 11 for the Mustangs. Jordan Hersom topped the Hornets with 15 points and 12 rebounds. Noah Poto produced 10 points, including a pair of 3-pointers. Cam Griffin supplemented his seven points with nine assists.

Hockey

Edward Little 4, Messalonskee 1

AUBURN – Senior forward co-captain Mat Gordon compiled a goal and three assists to lead Edward Little to a 4-1 victory over Messalonskee in boys’ varsity hockey action Saturday.

The Red Eddies (4-3) opened up the scoring in the first period on a Cody Russell tally at the 8:23 mark. Following a Shawn Veilleux goal to tie the game at 1-1 in the second period for the Eagles (4-3), Edward Little made excellent use of three power-play opportunities in the final frame.

Edward Little goalie, Rich Belanger, repelled a barage of 15 shots in the second period, and allowed just one goal to keep the Red Eddies poised for the third frame. Drew Lupardo broke the tie, and Gordon added a safety at the 11:56 mark.

Leavitt 2, Cape Elizabeth 1

PORTLAND – Junior center Cooper Legee notched the eventual game-winning goal in a non-stop hard fought 2-1 Leavitt victory over Cape Elizabeth in boys’ varsity hockey action Saturday.

Freshman wing Tyler Hutchinson put the Hornets (5-3) on the board first with a power-play goal at the 5:39 mark of the first period.

Legee notched an unassisted goal at the 13:41 mark of the second period to put Leavitt up 2-0 before the final frame.

Goalie Thil Jordan made 11 saves for the Capers (2-4), while Cody Violette turned back an impressive 42 shots to earn the win in net for Leavitt.


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