Girls’ basketball

Lisbon 46, Wiscasset 31

LISBON — Shelby Brannon scored all eight of her points in the decisive second quarter and Alexix Harmon buried two of her 3-pointers during that stretch to lead Lisbon to a 46-31 victory over Wiscasset in a MVC girls’ basketball game Monday.

After a less-than stellar 5-5 tie after one quarter, the Greyhounds (12-3) opened it up with a 23-9 surge fueled by Brannon and Harmon to take command.

Renee Moore led Lisbon with 18 points, while Harmon finished with nine points and Brannon had eight. Alli Johnson and Mary Ellen True combined for 29 of Wiscasset’s 31 points.

Hall-Dale 41, Monmouth 12

FARMINGDALE — Carylane Wolfington and Taylor Massey drained 10 points each to lead Hall-Dale to a comfortable 41-12 victory over Monmouth in girls’ basketball action Monday.

The Bulldogs (11-4) jumped out to a 23-9 first half lead. Erica Brann pitched in with eight points, including a pair of 3-pointers. Wolfington also recorded two from beyond the arc.

Daisi Poole led the Mustangs (3-12) with five pionts, while Colby Wilson tossed a 3-pointer for Monmouth in the losing effort.

Gray-New Gloucester 47, Fryeburg 36

FRYEBURG — Senior forward Laura Getchell recorded 16 points to lead Gray-New Gloucester to a 47-36 triumph over Fryeburg in WMC girls’ basketball action Monday.

The Patriots (10-5) took a 24-20 lead into halftime, but found themselves trailing by one, 32-31, midway through the third quarter before recovering with a late surge. Junior guard Meghan Dehetre contributed 12 opints, while Alicia Valente posted 11 rebounds to go along with her four free throws.

Senior forward Brylie Walker led the Raiders (5-10) with five field goals for 10 points.

Boys’ basketball

Gray-New Gloucester 57,  Fryeburg 44

GRAY — Senior forward Taylor Valente tossed an impressive 21 points to lead Gray-New Gloucester to a 57-44 victory over Fryeburg in WMC boys’ basketball action Monday.

The Patriots (7-8) battled tough in the opening frame and took a 28-21 lead at the midpoint. Gray-New Gloucester maintained positive momentum through the third quarter and down the stretch.

Forward Ned Cuijetinovic led the Raiders with a team-high 14 points.

Boys’ hockey

Edward Little 4, Deering 1

PORTLAND — Dylan Nadeau scored a pair of goals and assisted on another to lead Edward Little to its sixth consecutive victory, a 4-1 victory over Deering in a boys’ hockey game Monday at the Portland Ice Arena.

Deering struck first at 2:12 of the opening period when Conner Petropoulos beat EL goalie Rich Bilodeau. Nothing else got past the Red Eddies goalie, who finished with 28 saves.

EL (9-3) tied the game at 9:07 when Nadeau set up Cody Russell for the equalizer. It took EL just 45 more seconds to take the lead for good when Nadeau scored off a Russell pass. The game remained 2-1 until the third period when the Eddies added a pair of insurance goals — a shorthanded unassisted goal by Mat Gordon and Nadeau’s second of the game on another Russell assist.

Poland/Gray-NG 4, Mt. Ararat 0

HEBRON — Poland/Gray-New Gloucester scored three times in the first period and limited Mt. Ararat to three shots on goal in the first two periods to roll to a 4-0 victory on Monday.

Devin Goyette got the Patriotic Knights on the scoreboard at 1:55 of the opening period to set the tone. Ryan Davala and Kolby Arnold also scored in the opening chapter. Freshman Tyler Lafrinea scored his first varsity goal at 9:49 of the second period.

Poland/Gray-NG outshot Mt. Ararat (2-10), 30-10. Matt Ouellette stopped all 10 shots for the shutout.

Girls’ hockey

Lewiston 5, Greelu 2

FALMOUTH —  Marisa Zamrock scored three goal to lead Lewiston to a 5-2 girls’ hockey victory over Greely on Monday.

Following a scoreless first period, goals by Emilie Cloutier and Sara Marden gave the Blue Devils (13-2-2) a 2-0 advantage at 4:42 of the second stanza. After Casey Benner cut the deficit in half for the Rangers (7-9), Zamrock scored two of the next three goals to give Lewiston a 4-2 advantage. Zamrock completed her hat trick at 14:41 of the final period on a pass from Taylor Teixiera.

Sara Turner picked up the win in goal for the Devils.

Cheverus 4, St. Dom’s 1

PORTLAND — Katie Roy scored two goals to lead Cheverus to a 4-1 victory over St. Dom’s in girls’ ice hockey action Monday evening.

The Stags broke into the scoring column with four unanswered second period goals. Grace Fitzpatrick chipped in with a goal and an assist for Cheverus.

The Saints (8-5-4) spoiled the shutout when junior defensman Sohpie Goulet found the net at the 2:25 mark of the third period.

Goalie Nicole Keaney made 34 saves for St. Dom’s, while Shannon LoCascio turned back 26 to earn the win in net for Cheverus.

Leavitt 2, Winslow 1

AUBURN — Senior right wing Sarah Durgin scored the evenutal game-winner to lift Leavitt to a 2-1 victory over Winslow in girls’ ice hockey action Monday.

The Hornets (11-2-1) drew first blood with an unassisted goal from junior center Jamie Thibualt just 40 seconds into the second period.

Emily Caron evened up the conest at the 11:49 mark of the third frame for the Raiders (4-6-4), but Durgin didn’t waste any time, receiving a shuffle from center ice and piloting the puck into the back of the net just one second later at 11:50.

Goalie Kristen Loubier made 22 saves for Winslow, while Brie Stanley prevented 18 for Leavitt in the winning effort.

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