AUBURN — YMCA Biddy basketball results:

Junior Division

Leary & DeTroy 42, Emerson Toyota 40: L&D used a 16-point fourth quarter to break a tie after three periods and outlast Emerson in a well-played match-up. Emerson is the latest team in the last four weeks to give the league leaders all they could handle.

Austin Brown continued his stellar play with eight of his game-high 14 points in the final quarter. Chantel Ouelette and Ethan Brown added eight points each. Ethan Bosse and Khalid Heeban chipped in with four apiece. Serena Mower and Khadar Heeban combined for the final four points in a balanced attack that had all the winners in the scoring column.

Emerson was led by Kyle Herald and Jaden Legare with 10 points apiece. Bobby Tremaine and Jacob Kyajohnian tossed in six each. Madison Thistlewaite and Alex Thompson closed scoring with four apiece. Olivia DuBois, Storm Jipson and Rosalie White played solid all-around games in defeat.

Platz Associates 34, Pat’s Pizza 32: Platz overcame a six-point halftime deficit with a 12-4 third quarter run and held on to beat Pat’s. Ben English led all scorers with 17 points in his return from a two-week hiatus. Joel Stubbs was next with six. Abdul Mohamed and David Oken added five each and Nathan Farnsworth collected the final point from the line. Julia Masters played tenacious defense for the victors.

Dan Nalley led Pat’s with 14 points. Devaunte Rembert joined in double figures with 10. Tyler Libby had five, Josh Kaiser two and Julia Milks one to account for the scoring. Kaiser was a beast on both ends of the floor and Josh Hamel and Oceanna Chamberlain played strong games as well.

Downeast Financial 37, Gee & Bee Sporting Goods 24: Hank Duval led all scorers with 14 points to pace Downeast to a win over Gee & Bee. Grant Hartley tossed in 10 for the winners. Nick Davis (five), Grace Beaudet (four) and Jayson Taylor (four) were the remaining scorers for the winners. Sofia Hartley, Katelyn Jipson, Kirsten Main and Sarah Sterling led the defensive charge.

Caleb Yarnevich and Ryan Therriault shared top honors for Gee & Bee with eight points each. Jonah Crowell and Christian Beliveau combined for the final eight markers. Kathryn Childs, Giles Paradie, Cameron Winslow, Selina Gauthier and Shane Gauthier supplied hustle and intensity to the effort.

Hoop Camp 31, American Concrete 27: Hoop Camp remained the hottest team in the circuit with another victory over a solid American Concrete squad. Jahlen Coney scored all nine of the Camper’s fourth-quarter points on his way to a game-high 17. Piper Norcross added eight and Jahvon Coney chipped in with six. Brian Demers, Taylor Depot, Spencer Morrill, Camden Poisson, Ryan Salk and Richard Thurston made key contributions on both ends of the floor for the winners.

Tyler Morin had another solid all-around game and added nine points to lead American. Pat Luizzo and Mohamed Mohamed each added eight points. Grace Fontaine collected the final two points. Otis Caron, Nick Hartley, Hunter McQuade, Keegan Pelletier and Courtney Richard played great two-way games for American.

Pee Wee Division

Sam’s Italian Sandwich Shoppe 18, C.B. Bachmann 12: Sam’s used lock down defense to hold Bachmann to just four points over the final three quarters and upend the league leaders. Dan Milks led all scorers with eight points. Ray Nichols was next with four. Anna LeBlanc, Matt Scholer and Hunter Young combined for the final six points. Nick Kaiser, Kora Martel, Madisyn Turcotte and Ben Webber played key roles in the defensive effort.

Dylan Sellinger led Bachmann with six points. Dominick Jacobs added four and Tyler Jalbert chipped in the final two. Hannah Chaput, Mike Chaput, Jack Hart, Fiona King, Austin Sellinger and Caroline White led the Bachmann defense.

Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli 15, Sun Journal 12: Caroline Hammond led the way with six points as Heidi’s held off a late charge by SJ to earn a victory. Ben Poland and Emily Piper each added four points. Connor LeClerc chipped in with one from the line. Dylan Bilodeau, Landon Cougle, Cameron Irish and Ryan Marston had solid two-way games for the winners.

Devonte Scott was high man for SJ with six points. Jamaine Luizzo had four and Elijah Demers two to round out the scoring. Cayden Childs, Andrea Demers, Emily Kramarz, Wyatt Morse, Noah Peck and Ari Perry added hustle and grit for SJ.

M&P Used Auto Parts 25, Anthoine Financial 3: Corey Wiers, Justin Bulmer and Aaron Galway led all scorers with six points each as M&P raced to a win over Anthoine. John Shea added three points with Josh Murphy and Harrison Gray chipping in two each for the winners. Sam Courtemanche, Shane Kilby and Joey Shea were dominant on the defensive end.

Olivia Ouelette had two points and Nick Gagne one to account for the scoring. Lindsay Adams, Marshall Adams, Anson Perry, Ella Perry, Meaza Paradie and Braden Paradie showed hustle and positive attitudes to the final horn.

Hahnel Bros. 25, Austin Associates 24: Hahnel Bros. used balanced scoring to overcome a squad of some of leagues better players filling in for absent Austin players. Steven Parshall and Luke Josephson each had six points to lead the way. Matt Metivier added four and Jacob Jackson three. Trevor Bosse, Declan Giroux and Ben Sirois notched two each for the final scoring. Tristin Blossom added grit on defense.

Ethan Chute (10 points), Max Creaser (eight), Tyson Green (four) and Michelle Cowie (two) were the scorers for the makeshift Austin squad. Addison Dostie, Liam Flynn, Tyler Murray and Cameron Langis were two-way contributors.

Hammond Lumber 33, Morrison & Sylvester 28: Max Creaser controlled the paint and poured in 20 points to lead Hammond to shootout victory over M&S. Quincy Coachman contributed eight points to the win. Tyson Green (three points) and Michelle Cowie (two points) were the other scorers in the win. Brady Cox, Liam Flynn, Cameron Langis, Aiden Hebert and Rylen Schenk contributed important minutes on both ends.

Joey Vallee scorched the nets for 18 points in the loss. Ethan Chute added the final 10 points. Calvin Ames, Tyler Murray, Alex Thistlewaite, Finnegan Thistle, Cooper Watkins, Addison Dostie and Simon Hayes contributed hustle and playmaking.

Boys’ Grade 4 Travel

The Auburn/Lewston YMCA fourth-grade boys travel team split a pair of games over the weekend.

In the first game, Auburn/Lewiston suffered its first division defeat of the season in a thrilling 24-22 contest against York. Giles Paradie led the attack with 10 points followed by Austin Brown with nine. Joel Stubbs (two) and Storm Jipson (one) also contributed in the losing effort.

Max Creaser had 10 points to lead the Y past Sportszone, 36-23. Eight of 10 playes contributed to the scoring in the victory: Austin Brown (eight), Dan Milks (four), Joel Stubbs (four), Giles Paradie (three), Ethan Chute (three), Corey Wiers (two) and Joey Vallee (two).

Auburn/Lewiston is 4-1 on the season.