POLAND — After jumping out to a nine-point advantage in the first frame, Poland kept its offense in high gear and raced away to a 49-27 win over St. Dom’s in a late-season boys’ basketball tilt Thursday. 

Pete Bolduc led the Knights (6-10) with 16 points, while Kurt Leighton tallied 10 and Quinn Callahan added nine. 

The Saints (0-16) were paced by Sam Rines with a solid 16-point effort, while Drew Greco chipped in with seven. 

Edward Little 81, Lawrence 60

AUBURN — Edward Little went on a 22-10 tear in the second quarter and cruised to a convincing 81-60 win over Lawrence in more late-season boys’ hoops action Thursday.

Darby Shea led the powerhouse Red Eddies (15-1) with 20 points, while Samatar Iman chipped in with 19. Jarod Norcross-Plourde and Wol Maiwen also contributed with 15 points and eight rebounds each, while Tyler Morin added 10 points in a well-rounded attack.

The Bulldogs (3-13) were paced by Nathan Cooper with 19 points, while Branden Hill chipped in with 13.  

Girls’ basketball

Lawrence 48, Edward Little 39

FAIRFIELD — Lawrence built a seven-point advantage in the first half and hung on for a 48-39 victory over Edward Little in a girls’ basketball tilt Thursday evening. 

Hunter Mercier led the Bulldogs (10-5) with 18 points, while Camryn Caldwell chipped in with 14.

The Red Eddies (13-3) were paced by Jordyn Reynolds with 12 points, while Chantel Ouellette tallied 11. 

Boothbay 41, Oak Hill 24

WALES — Page Brown paced the Seahawks to a 41-24 victory over Oak Hill on Thursday.

Boothbay (15-1) jumped out to a 17-0 lead to start the game and led at halftime, 27-16. Oak Hill cut the deficit to eight in the third quarter before the Seahawks started to pull away.

Sydney Meader chipped with nine points.

Brianna Mulherin led the Raiders (8-10) with eight points while Abby Nadeau and Desirae Dumais each had six.

Gray-New Gloucester 60, Waynflete 31

GRAY — A big third quarter led Gray-New Gloucester to a 60-31 victory over Waynflete in a WMC contest Thursday.

The Patriots (15-1) had a 26-22 lead at halftime went on a 24-2 run in the third. Jordan Grant had eight of her 14 points in the quarter. She also had seven rebounds in the game.

Skye Conley also had 14 points for Gray-New Gloucester, along with seven rebounds and seven steals. Izzy DeTroy had 13 points while Alicia Dumont chipped in with 11.

Lydia Giguere led the Flyers (8-8) with 12 points.

Brunswick 60, Leavitt 35

TURNER — Brunswick went on a 27-10 run in the second frame Thursday before racing away to a 60-35 late-season romp over Leavitt in more girls’ hoops action.

Madeline Suhr led the Dragons (13-3) with 16 points, while Charlotte MacMillan tallied 15 and Sabrina Armstrong added 14. 

Allie Belaire paced the Hornets (6-10) with a solid 11-point performance, while Carlee Long chipped in with eight points. 

Lewiston 61, Mt. Ararat 47

LEWISTON — Lewiston sprinted out to a 13-point advantage in the first quarter and raced away to record a 61-47 victory over Mt. Ararat in more late-season girls’ hoops action Thursday. 

Hannah Chaput led the Blue Devils (8-8) with 15 points, while Victoria Harris chipped in with 11. Skyler Gaudette also contributed with nine points, while Morgan Eliasen tallied eight and Dacia Bail added six in a well-rounded attack. 

The struggling Eagles (3-12) were paced by Nikki Bradstreet with 26 points, the only player to reach double figures.

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