Oxford Hills’ Cecelia Dieterich goes up for a layup against the defense of Portland’s Davina Kabantu. (Brewster Burns photo)

PARIS — Sophomore Maggie Hartnett drained three first-quarter 3-pointers to help the Oxford Hills girls’ basketball team take an early lead in its 57-38 Class AA North win over Portland on Saturday.

Following Hartnett’s barrage, the Vikings led 16-5 at the end of the opening quarter.

Hartnett made another 3 in the second quarter and finished with 14 points. Julia Colby led Oxford Hills (1-1) with 16 points. Jadah Adams added 12 more.

Amanda Kabantu topped Portland (2-1) with 16 points, while Shayla Eubanks finished with 10.

Oak Hill 52, Dirigo 30

WALES — Desirae Dumais paced Oak Hill with 17 points in a 52-30 victory over Dirigo in a MVC girls’ basketball contest Saturday.

Audrey Dillman and Kaitlyn Ridley each added six points for the Raiders (1-2).

Alyssa McTyre paced the Cougars (0-3) with eight points, while Ashley Perreault chipped in with seven points.

Boys’ basketball

Spruce Mountain 53, Telstar 39

JAY — Junior point guard Kayle Stewart recorded a team-high 15 points to lead Spruce Mountain to a 53-39 victory over Telstar in boys’ baksetball action Saturday.

The Phoenix (5-0) took a 24-14 hafltime lead. Senior guard Brett Frey contributed four field goals and four free throws for 12 points for Spruce Mountain.

The Rebels (1-3) made a little run with an 18-13 spurt in the fourth quarter. Senior guard Blake Rockwell posted a game-high 16 points for Telstar.

Boys’ hockey

York 9, Maranacook/Winthrop/Madison 1

DOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE — Dalton McCann had a hat trick and an assist to lead York to a 9-1 victory over Maranacook/Winthrop/Madison in a Class B South boys’ hockey contest Saturday.

Spencer Pickett had a goal and two assists, while Jake Martin and Andrew Bertoloni each had a goal and an assist for the Wildcats.

Max Pickett, Brendan Webster and Aidan Martin each had a tally for York.

Keegan Choate scored for the Hawks.

Girls’ hockey

Lewiston/Oak Hill/Monmouth 3, Greely 2 

FALMOUTH — Brie Dube’s goal early in the third period was the eventual game winner as the Blue Devils defeated Greely 3-2 in a key Norhern Maine girls’ hockey matchup Saturday.

After a scoreless first period, Lewiston (6-0) went up 2-1 after 40 minutes as Madison Conley and Gemma Landry scored. Madison Pelletier scored with 31 seconds remaining in the period to get the Rangers on the board.

After Dube scored 1:24 into the third period. Courtney Sullivan scored with 3:45 remaining for Greely (5-1).

Edward Little/Leavitt 6, Yarmouth 2

YARMOUTH — Six different players found the back of the net for the Red Hornets in a 6-2 victory over Yarmouth in a girls’ hockey game Saturday.

Taylor Cailler, Audrey Varney and Colleen Mathieu each had a goal and a helper for the Red Hornets (2-2-1). Brianna Doucette, Isabel Berube and Elizabeth Marcotte also scored.

Caroline Toussaint had two assists in the win.

Oxford Hills’ Cecelia Dieterich drives the lane against Portland’s Stacey Grace. (Brewster Burns photo)

Oxford Hills’ Maighread Laliberte pulls up for a shot late in the first quarter. (Brewster Burns photo)

Oxford Hills’ Julia Colby braces for impact as she drives past Portland’s Stacey Grace, left, and Kiera Eubanks. (Brewster Burns photo)

Oxford Hills’ Jadah Adams fights for a loose ball with Portland’s Davina Kabantu. (Brewster Burns photo)


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