LISBON FALLS — Spruce Mountain. was paced by a good rebounding effort, giving them second chance opportunities, and holding Lisbon to one shot, as it topped the Greyhounds 53-44 in boys’ basketball.

Anthony York tallied 10 points to go along with a game-high 15 rebounds for the Phoenix (6-2).

James Oullette notched eight points while grabbing 14 boards.

Tucker Brannon led the scoring for the Greyhounds with 11 points on the day.

Oxford Hills 68, Brewer 54

SO. PARIS — Andrew Fleming drained 20 points on the afternoon for Oxford Hills as the Vikings ran past Brewer 68-54 in boys’ basketball action.

Fleming’s stat line didn’t stop after 20 points. The sophomore grabbed 15 points as well as five assists. Dalton Rice was another big scorer for the Vikings (5-2), making nine buckets for 19 points.

Matt Pushard led the scoring for Brewer with 15 points, as it moves to 2-6 on the season.

Leavitt 51, Mt. View 36

TURNER — Levi Morin led the scoring front with 13 points to go along with 13 rebounds as Leavitt stepped past Mt. View 51-36 in a boys’ basketball game Saturday.

Mitchell Davis recorded a team-high 15 rebounds for the Hornets (2-5), while scoring eight points. Nathan Wren notched a game-high 14 points for Mt. View, as they go to 4-4 on the season.

Wiscasset 78, Oak Hill 63

WISCASSET — In a high scoring affair Dale Peaslee led the way for Wiscasset with a game high 20 points, as the Wolverines topped Oak Hill 78-63 in boys’ basketball action.

Travis Padilla got the job done all over the court, tallying 19 points on five rebounds and seven assists. Chandler Longfellow notched 13 points while leading the Wolverines (5-2) with seven boards.

Dalton Therrien and Derek Gamage led the scoring effort for the Raiders (3-4), with 17 and 13 points respectively.

Hampden 67, Edward Little 49

HAMPDEN — Nick Gilpin was on fire, notching 31 points as Hampden topped Edward Little 67-49 in a boys’ basketball contest.

Isaiah Bess added in 18 points on the day for the Broncos (7-0), four coming from behind the arc. Elijah Roe and Andrew Middleton led the Eddies (4-4) with 17 and 14 points respectively.

Boothbay 76, Mt. Abram 34

SALEM — John Hepburn drained a game-high 16 points for Boothbay as it ran past Mt. Abram 76-34 in an MVC boys’ basketball game Saturday.

Evan Hepburn and Nick Kilgus scored 11 and 10 points respectively for the Seahawks (5-1). Arthur Ryan led the Roadrunners (1-6) with 11 points on the day.

aylor Landry each had an assist in the win.

Messalonskee 53, Lewiston 40

OAKLAND — Senior guard Jordan Holmes scored a game-high 14 points to lead Messalonskee to a 53-40 victory over Lewiston in KVAC boys’ basketball action Saturday.

The contest remained tight through three quarters of play with the Eagles (5-2) leading 36-35 going into the final frame.

Junior forward Quintarian Brown led the Blue Devils (3-4) with 11 points on five field goals and a bucket from the charity stripe.

The Eagles swooped in for 17 points in a lopsided fourth quarter. Nick Mayo contributed 13 points for Messalonskee.

Lake Region 67, Poland 59

POLAND — Senior guard Mark Williams scored a dazzling 28 points to lead Lake Region to a 67-59 victory over Poland in WMC boys’ basketball action Saturday.

The Knights (2-5) were leading by one after three quarters. But the Lakers (3-4) drew a series of fouls to go on to score 14 from the free-throw line.

Senior guard CJ Martin produced a respectable 23 points on seven field goals and eight free throws for Poland.

Girls’ basketball

Leavitt 54, Mt. View 44

TURNER — Senior guard Meagan Dow drained 19 points in a balanced attack to lead Leavitt to a 54-44 victory over Mt. View in KVAC girls’ basketball action Saturday.

The Hornets (4-3) came from behind with a 22-7 run in the fourth quarter to buzz by Mt. View. Chantel Eells chipped in with 10 points for Leavitt. Senior Courtney Morse recorded seven field goals from three-point range and four free throws for a game-high 25 points for the Mustangs (1-6).

St. Dom’s 51, Hall-Dale 33

AUBURN — Kelly Pomerleau registered a game-high 20 points to lead St. Dom’s to a 51-33 victory over Hall-Dale in girls’ basketball action Saturday.

The Saints (7-1) expanded their lead in each quarter on their march to the final buzzer. Callie Greco contributed 12 points, while Faith Grady chipped in with 11 for St. Dom’s.

Nicole Pelletier tossed a team-high 10 points on four field goals and a free throw for the Bulldogs (3-4).

Buckfield, Vinalhaven split

BUCKFIELD — Junior forward Naudia Wesley posted a team-leading 12 points in Game 1 as Buckfield split a doubleheader with Vinalhaven in EWC girls’ basketball action Saturday. The Bucks won, 50-40.

The Bucks (1-6) kicked up some dust in the third quarter with a 21-13 run in the first game. Arrabin Dunn chipped in with 10 points in the win.

The Vikings (5-3) responded in the second game with a stronger offensive push, winning 50-33.. Ashley Hamilton tabulated a game-high 17 points, while Baiey Wadleigh added another 15 points.

Brianna Damon, Gabby Therriault and Wesley fashioned six points each for Buckfield.

Gray-NG 51, Yarmouth 39

GRAY — Junior forward Maria Valente notched a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead Gray-New Gloucester to a 51-39 triumph over Yarmouth in WMC girls’ basketball action Saturday.

The Patriots (4-3) opened up with a 25-11 run in the first quarter, but lost some ground in the second quarter for a 34-28 halftime lead.

Senior forward Abby Nielsen scored a team-leading 12 points for the Clippers (1-6). Gray-New Gloucester was only leading by four (43-39) in the fourth quarter when they turned up the tempo to secure the final eight points and the win.

Lake Region 73, Poland 45

POLAND — CeCe Hancock tickled the twines with 27 points to lead Lake Region to a 73-45 victory over Poland in WMC girls’ basketball action Saturday.

The Lakers (6-1) attempted 33 free throws in the contest and had a big third quarter (22-5) for the convincing win. Jordan Turner contributed 12 points while two other players posted 10 points.

Emily Bolduc was the only double-digit scorer for the Knights (4-3) with 22 points on eight field goals, including four from beyond the arc and a pair of free throws.

Dirigo 54, Telstar 29

DIXFIELD — Dirigo spread the ball well, including multiple players in the scoring effort as the Cougars topped Telstar 54-29 in MVC girls’ basketball.

Jessica Conant led the way with 10 points for the Cougars (6-1), while Lauren Henderson tallied nine. Victoria Ryerson led the Roadrunners with 12 points on the day.

Oak Hill 54, Madison 47

WALES — Oak Hill utilized four different scorers to tally over nine points, as the Raiders edged past Madison 54-47 in an MVC girls’ basketball matchup.

Sadie Goulet led the scoring with 12 points, while Meagan Crosby recorded 11 points for the Raiders (5-3).

Kayla Bess tallied 12 points for the Bulldogs (6-2).

Edward Little 61, Hampden 45

AUBURN — Senior Kory Norcross drained a game high 21 points for Edward Little as it beat Hampden 61-45 in a girls’ basketball matchup.

Tianna Harriman netted 12 points on the afternoon, while Eraleena Hairston and Emily Jacques recorded 10 points each for the Red Eddies (8-0).

Erica Meehan and Erin Murphy led the Broncos offense with 16 points each, as they move to 2-6 on the season.

Messalonskee 55, Lewiston 35

LEWISTON — Sophie Holmes scored a game-high 16 points for Messalonskee as it ran past Lewiston 55-35 in a KVAC girls’ basketball contest.

Mikayla Turner helped Holmes’ efforts with 11 points of her own on the day for the Ealges (6-2).

Kristina Blais led the Blue Devils (2-5) with eight points.

Mt. Blue 57, Cony 29

FARMINGTON — Senior Miranda Nicely drained 24 points on the day to lead Mt. Blue as the Cougars dropped Cony 57-29 in girls’ basketball action.

Caitlin Kane helped Nicely’s efforts with 10 points of her own, two of which came from the the three-point line.

Nicely led the game with eight rebounds, while Kiana Thompson scored five points and led with six assists.

Emily Quirion led the Rams (5-3) with 15 points and three 3-pointers.

Spruce Mountain 70, Mt. Valley 34

RUMFORD — Alex Besssey notched a game-high 20 points to lead Spruce Mountain. as it routed Mountain Valley 70-34 in a girls’ basketball match up.

Emily Keene tallied 16 points for the Phoenix (7-0), two of which came from behind the arc.

Kailee Newcomb added in 12 points to help the effort.

Ashley Russell, Karen Flaherty and Shannon Laubauskas led the Falcons (3-4) with seven points a piece.

Boys’ hockey

Edward Little 5, Lake Region/Fryeburg/Oxford Hills 0

BRIDGTON — Edward Little utilized five different scorers to get the job done on offense, as the Red Eddies skated past Lake Region 5-0 in boys’ ice hockey action.

Sedrick Simons, Branden Dyer, Cody Woodward, Colin Benson and Cade Chapman each netted a goal for the Eddies (3-3). Dyer and Benson each tallied an assists on the afternoon as well. David Long made 26 saves in net on 31 shots for the Ice Cats (2-3).

Noble-Wells 3, GNG-Poland 1

AUBURN — Chullainn Kelly hit back-to-back goals in the third period to lift Noble-Wells to a 3-1 victory over Gray-New Gloucester Poland in boys’ ice hockey action Saturday.

Junior goalie Nick Hemond was busy in net for the 26ers, making 29 saves along the way despite the loss. Isaiah Dubois scored an unassisted goal at 7:29 of the third period to spoil the shutout.

Girls’ hockey

Leavitt/EL 3, Mt. Ararat 0

AUBURN — Danica Nadeau scored twice and Ally MacKenzie added another as the Leavitt/Edward Little Red Rornets skated to a 3-0 win over Mt. Ararat at the Norway Savings Bank Arena on Sarturday. Savannah Shaw recorded the shutout for the Red Hornets. Haley Frohlich and Taylor Landry each had an assist in the win.


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