Girls’ basketball

Sacopee 34, Hebron 31

HEBRON — After jumping out to a three-point advantage in the opening frame, Hebron could only watch in despair as Sacopee used a 16-2 third quarter run to pull out a 34-31 victory.

Janelle Bradish led Hebron with nine points, while Malorie Johnson chipped in with eight. Olivia Brown also contributed with seven points in a well-balanced attack.

Old Orchard Beach 57, Buckfield 35

BUCKFIELD — Old Orchard Beach sprinted out to a 14-7 advantage in the first frame, then used a 18-6 third-quarter run to seal a 57-35 victory over Buckfield in a EWC girl’s basketball tilt Wednesday.

Katie Match led the Seagulls (7-5) with 17 points, while Christina Coleman added 10.

The Bucks (2-9) were paced by Caitlin Henderson and Alicia Partrie with 10 points apiece. Sami Jones also contributed with nine points and 10 rebounds.

Girls’ hockey

St. Dom’s 3, Greely 2 (OT)

AUBURN — Taylor McClellan found the net just over two minutes into overtime to lift St. Dom’s to a 3-2 victory over Greely in girls’ ice hockey action Wednesday.

McClellan led the Saints (14-1) with two goals. Lauren Ratsep also tallied. The two squads were deadlocked at 1-1 after the first frame before St. Dom’s edged ahead in the second. Greely answered when Ceci Hopkins tallied with an assist from Mickey Finnigan.

Nicole Kelly made 23 saves for the Saints to notch the win. Maggie Bower turned aside 42 shots between the pipes for Greely.

Boys’ hockey

Poland-GNG 3, Skowhegan 2

WINSLOW — Adam Healey broke a tie at 10:19 of the third period to lift Poland-Gray New Gloucester to a 3-2 win over Skowhegan in boys’ hockey Wednesday.

Poland-GNG (8-4-1) built a 2-0 lead with a pair of goals five seconds apart in the opening period. Ryan Davala scored at 2:31, and Kolby Arnold followed with a tally at 2:37.

The Indians (1-10) tied the game on goals by Tyler Savage and Camden Despres in the second.

Matt Ouellette had 2o stops on 22 shots for Poland-GNG.


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