LEWISTON — Tamara Roy lofted the puck past Leavitt/EL goalie Brianna Stanley on a rebound with 14 seconds to play in regulation on a rebound of a Sara Marden shot to lift Lewiston to a 1-0 win over the Red Hornets on Saturday.

Marden drove hard to the net up the left side after taking a feed from Lauren Lessard at the blue line. Her backhand shot hit Stanley’s stick and ricocheted to a waiting Roy in the low slot.

Brianna Lajoie was busy in the Lewiston cage, stopping all 23 shots she faced, including 12 in the opening frame, to keep Leavitt/EL off the board and lift the Blue Devils (3-9-2) to their third victory of the season.

Stanley finished with five saves on six shots for the Red Hornets (6-6-1).

St. Dom’s 9, Biddeford 0

LEWISTON — Marisa Zamrock scored six times and set up two more to lead St. Dom’s to a 9-0 win over Biddeford.

Lauren Ratsep had a pair of goals and Anna Desjardin added another for the Saints (12-1), who outshot the Tigers 51-8.

Biddeford keeper Emily Brassley stopped 42 of those shots in the loss. St. Dom’s goalie Nicole Keaney was perfect in earning her 12th victory of the season, stopping eight of eight.

Basketball

Gray-NG 34, Freeport 30

FREEPORT — The Gray-New Gloucester girls moved over the .500 mark Saturday with a 34-30 victory over Freeport.

The game was tied after the first two quarters before the Patriots (6-5) used a 12-5 surge to open up a seven-point cushion.

Maggie Chaplin scored 11 points to lead Gray-NG’s balanced attack. Katee Poulin scored eight points for Freeport (4-7).

Poland 57, Yarmouth 45

POLAND — Senior forward Morgan Copp posted 12 of her 20 points in a game-defining third quarter as Poland grabbed a 57-45 victory over Yarmouth.

The Knights (2-9) battled fierce in the first half, posting 12 points in each of the first two quarters for a 24-19 halftime lead. Freshman guard Emily Bolduc scored a team-high 21 points and five steals for Poland, while sophomore guard Brittina Maheux added 14 points in the fray.

Freshman center Olivia Smith recorded a team-high 21 points for the Clippers (1-10) in the losing effort.

Mt. Blue 33, Erskine 30

FARMINGTON — Jillian Perron hit six points from inside down the stretch and Amy Hilton hit four of six free throws late in the game to lift Mt. Blue to a 33-30 victory over Erskine.

The Cougars (4-8) jumped to a 15-12 lead after one quarter, but could only score two points in each the second and third quarters to fall behind 24-19 entering the final stanza.

Perron finished with a game-high 11 points and grabbed eight rebounds. J.C. Mullen had a team -high 10 rebounds for Mt. Blue, while Hilton had eight points and six assists and Gabby Foy had eight points.

Brunswick 54, Edward Little 42

BRUNSWICK — Brunswick limited Edward Little to nine points in the third quarter to pull away for a 54-42 victory over the Red Eddies.

The Dragons (8-4) opened with a 12-5 edge in the first quarter and fought off an EL run to take a 27-23 at halftime. Brunswick than went on a 20-9 run to take command.

Edward Little (12-2) cut the deficit to eight with 3:30 remaining , but could get no closer .

Ashlee Arnold scored a game-high 24 points for EL, including five 3-pointers. Lydia Caputi paced the Dragons with 18 points and Tianna Burton added 14 points.

Mt. Abram 38, Lisbon 33

SALEM — Mt. Abram’s second line came in and put the Roadrunners back in the game in the second half before the starting five finished the job in the last three minutes of play as Mt. Abram shook off stubborn Lisbon with a 38-33 victory.

The Greyhounds (3-9) held a slim 19-17 lead at the half, but the Roadrunners (5-7) went 6-for-6 at the free-throw line in the fourth quarter and scored 14 points.

For the Roadrunners, Tori Beane led the way with 10 points. For Lisbon, Allie Fitzgerald scored the game-high 11 points.

Rangeley 67, Islesboro 21

RANGELEY — Sisters Emily and Chantal Carrier teamed up to combine for 27 points as Rangeley reeled in Islesboro with a lopsided 67-21 victory.

The Lakers (10-2) didn’t allow Islesboro to score a basket in the first quarter and then built a 36-5 lead by halftime.

Eighth-graders Seve Deery-DeRaps scored 11 points and Taylor Esty added eight.

Poland 57, Yarmouth 45

POLAND — Senior forward Morgan Copp posted 12 of her 20 points in a game-defining third quarter as Poland grabbed a 57-45 victory over Yarmouth.

The Knights (2-9) battled fierce in the first half, posting 12 points in each of the first two quarters for a 24-19 halftime lead. Freshman guard Emily Bolduc scored a team-high 21 points and five steals for Poland, while sophomore guard Brittina Maheux added 14 points in the fray.

Freshman center Olivia Smith recorded a team-high 21 points for the Clippers (1-10) in the losing effort.

Liv. Falls 47, Georges Valley 45

THOMASTON — Senior center Marissa Welch notched a double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds to lead Livermore Falls to a 47-45 triumph over Georges Valley in MVC girls’ basketball action.

The Andies (11-1) trailed by as much as 12 points in the first half, but kept up the endurance as they climbed past the Buccaneers (7-5) in the final frame.

Annika Durrell posted a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds for Livermore Falls, while Kathryn Ventrella chipped in with 13 points.

Jill Bradbury led the Buccaneers with 10 points in the losing effort.


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