WMYBL 5-6 grade boys basketball

Weekly standings and results for 5-6 grade boys WMYBL basketball.

Standings: Dixfield  4-0;Oxford Hills 3-0; Lewiston Rec. 4-1; Sabattus 1-3; River Valley 2-2; Wilton 2-2; AYS 1-4; Paris 1-4; Rangeley 0-2

Lewiston 56, AYS 8

Isaac Madore dropped in 14 points while Ahmed Abadir and Hunter Dickinson each had 12 points to lead Lewiston to the 56-8 victory over AYS.

River Valley (Turner) 44, Oak Hill (Sabattus) 24

Mark Herman had a game-high ten points while his teammates Cole Morin and Keegan Melanson each chipped in eight points for River Valley in their victory over Oak Hill. Caleb Leighton and Brady Bangs both had six points for Oak Hill.

Wilton 40, Paris 30

Garrett Reynolds had a team high 16 points for Wilton and Randy Barker also had double digits as he dropped 11 points as Wilton defeats Paris 40-30. Paris’ Zach Wilson had 19 points and Coly Jones had four.

CMBL 3-4 grade girls basketball

Sunday, Dec. 23 results

Oxford Hills 26, Eagle Dominators 24

Libby Flemming dropped in eight points for Oxford Hills 26-24 victory over the Eagle Dominators.  Viktoria Sugars and Cassidy Dumont each had six points in the win. Bodhi Littlefield had eight points and Megan Wilson had six in the losing effort.

Auburn 20, Monmouth A 6

Addison Dostie had a game-high eight points and teammate Tianna James had six points to lead Auburn to the 20-6 victory.

River Valley 32, Farmington 17

Jayden Carpenter led all scorers with 14 points as River Valley came away with the 32-17 victory. Alison Noniewicz had six points for River Valley. Keagan Andrews led Farmington with eight points and two others had four points.

Dixfield 34, Maranacook 14

Page Lueders paced Dixfield to the 34-14 win with 12 points while Alexa Perreault had six points. Emma Knowles and Ella Schmidt each had four points for Maranacook.

YMCA Basketball

Auburn – Auburn-Lewiston Saturday, Dec. 29  YMCA Biddy Basketball results.
Junior Division

Sam’s Italian Sandwich Shoppe 47, Leary & Detroy 33.

Ryan Theriault scored a league high 32 points to lead Sam’s past Leary & Detroy. Keagan Pelletier added nine points for Sam’s, along with Emily Piper (four) and Madeline Foster (two). Mohamed Mohamed had a game in his own right, scoring 25 for Leary & Detroy. Dan Milks (six) and Madeline Foster (two) contributed offensively for Leary & Detroy.

Hoop Camp 40, Platz Associates 36.

Hoop Camp led 13-4 after the first quarter and that proved to be the difference in this highly contested battle. Giles Paradie (14) and Dan Nally (12) led the way for Hoop Camp, followed by Teagan Galway (eight), Ricky Cote (four) and Khalid Heban (two). Wol Akol led all scorers with 21 points for Platz. Storm Jipson (seven), Dominick Jacobs (six) and Seth Webster added to Platz’s offensive output.

Austin Associates 30, Sun Journal 24.

Sun Journal had six of seven players break the scoring column, but 16 points by Devaunte Rembert proved too much to overcome. Josh Kaiser (five), Kalib Kalib (five) and Chris Frey  (four) rounded out the scoring for Austin Associates. Ethan Bosse (seven) and Ethan Chute (six) led the scoring attack for Sun Journal. Other offensive contributors for SJ were Christian Beliveau (four), Cole Melanson (three), Hannah Chaput  and Justin Bulmer each had a basket.

Androscoggin Title 34, Pat’s Pizza 31.

Trailing 2-14 after the first stanza, Androscoggin Title came back to win a contest of two previously unbeaten teams. Josh Hamel paced Androscoggin Title with ten points, followed by Max Creaser (seven), Bobby Tremaine (seven), Abdi Mohamed (four), Nick Davis (four) and Dylon Bretton (two). Ethan Brown (12) and Austin Brown (11) led Pat’s offensively. Courtney Richard added four points and Kiara Fournier and Lindsey Adams scored two points apiece for Pat’s

Pee Wee Division

C. B. Bachmann 20, Morrison & Sylvester 15.

C.B. Bachmann scored 6 straight points to close out the 4th quarter and held on for the win. Nick Gagne led Bachmann with 12 points, while Austin Sellinger and Kate Bilodeau added four points each. Morrison & Sylvester was led by Malik Foster with 12 and Isaac Shannon with three.

Modern Woodmen of America 25, BGA Financial 24.

Ryan Marston scored 4 of his game high 11 points and Modern Woodmen came from behind to celebrate a one point win over BGA Financial. Cameron Langis and Matthew Connor added five apiece for Modern Woodmen and Sarah English capped the scoring with 4 points. Connor Leclerc paced BGA with ten points, followed by Jason Brooker with six. Braeden Lynch (four), Brady Vincent (two) and Tyler Smith (two) rounded out the scoring for BGA.

M & P Auto Parts 30, The Fortin Group 16.

The Fortin Group was without two of it’s top players and M & P outscored Fortin by 12 in the second half holding on for the win. John Shea (12) and Nick Kaiser (ten) led the way for M & P. Liam Hutchinson (four), Joey Shea (two) and Ryder Drinkwater (2) rounded out the scoring for M & P. The Fortin Group was led by Caleb Davis with 14 points; Braden Paradie chipped in with a bucket.

Roopers 18, Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli 17.

In a battle throughout, Roopers outscored Heidi’s 8-2 to start the second half and held on for a 1 point win. Eli St. Laurent and Declan Giroux paced Roopers with six points each. Wyatt Morse (four), Tate Morse (one) and Addison Chute (one) rounded out the scoring for Roopers. Trevor Bosse led Heidi’s with six points followed by Michelle Cowie with four. Other offensive contributors for Heidi’s were Owen Hamel (two), Noah Cyr (two), Ben Poland (two) and Olivia Coachman (one).

Hahnel Brothers 37, High Maintenance Landscape 26. Hahnel Brothers opened up with an 18-4 first quarter, helping to secure the victory. Game high scorers Devonte Scott (14) and R.J. Nichols (12) led the charge for Hahnel Bros. Eli St. Laurent (eight), Madisyn Turcotte (two), and Addison Chute (one) rounded out the scoring. After the slow start, High Maintenance Landscape played Hahnel even throughout, led by Audrey Hamel with ten  points. Also scoring for Hahnel Bros was Josh Lavigne (eight), Tiana James (six) and Elijah Demers (two).

Gee & Bee Sporting Goods 27, Agren Appliance 13.

A 14-1 third quarter proved to be the difference in the game as Gee & Bee captured the win. Christian Frey (nine) and Patrick Anthoine (eight) led all scorers and paced Gee & Bee offensively. Camar Heban (six) and Rylen Schenk (four) rounded out the scoring for Gee & Bee. Agren Appliance was led by Mike Chaput with seven points. Andrew Casares, Noah Peck and Josh Randall each netted a basket for Agren’s.