Oxford Hills’ Stephen Dailey eyes the referee as he signals a pin against Cony’s Isaiah Dodge. (Brewster Burns photo)

BUCKFIELD — Te’Andre King found the net with two mintes left in regulation to give North Yarmouth Academy (NYA) a 43-41 boys’ baskball victory over Buckfield.

King led NYA (2-5) with a game-high 21 points and 17 rebounds, while Cooper Hogan chipped in with seven points.

Ethan Jackson led the Bucks (3-3) with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Zack Grover contributed with 13 points, while Noah Wiley chipped in with 12.

Dirigo 69, Monmouth 41

MONMOUTH — Dirigo sprinted out to a 15-point lead in the first quarter and took off from there, speeding away to a 69-41 victory over Monmouth in more boys’ hoops action Wednesday.

Cooper Chiasson led the Cougars (5-3) with an impressive 19-point effort, while Jeremy St. Germain chipped in with 11 and Alex Gorham added 10.

The Mustangs (2-5) were led by Devon Poisson with 12 points, while Connor Davies also contributed 11.

Greely 65, Gray-New Gloucester 43

GRAY — Greely jumped out to an eight-point first-quarter lead and never looked back, defeating Gray-New Gloucester 65-43 on Wednesday in a boys’ basketball matchup.

Greely’s Jack Kane led all scorers with 15, followed by Andrew Shorey who scored 13 and Zach Brown who added 12.

Zac Brady led the Patriots with 10 points with a trey. The win moves Greely to 6-0, keeping its undefeated start going, while Gray-NG falls to 4-2.

Girls’ basketball

Monmouth 58, Dirigo 22

MONMOUTH — Julia Johnson led a group of 11 players to light the boards as Monmouth hustled to a 58-22 romp over Dirigo in girls’ basketball action on Wednesday.

Johnson led the Mustangs (6-1) with 10 points, while Kaeti Butterfield tallied eight and Libby Clement added seven.

The winless Cougars (0-8) were paced by Alexa Varnum with a solid eight-point effort, while Sophia Jacques chipped in with six.

St. Dom’s 51, Buckfield 19

AUBURN — Caroline Gastonguay led a trio of players in double figures as St. Dom’s rolled to a 54-19 girls’ basketball rout over Buckfield on Wednesday.

Gastonguay led the Saints with 15 points, while Hannah Kenney chipped in with 14 and Mia Leslie added 11.

The Bucks were paced by Hannah Shields with a solid seven point tally.

Greely 64, Gray-New Gloucester 44

CUMBERLAND — Greely used a 22-8 run in the third quarter to take command and sped away to record a 64-44 girls’ basketball victory over Gray-New Gloucester.

Anna DeWolfe led Greely with a game-high 22 points, while Brooke Obar chiped in with 21 points.

The Patriots (4-2) were paced by Jordan Grant with a 14-point performance, while Alexa Thayer and Brianna Jordan each added 10.

Edward Little 47, Windham 43

AUBURN — After jumping out to a seven-point advantage in the first frame, Edward Little stayed in control to post a 47-43 mid-season win over Windham.

Veteran Grace Fontaine led the Red Eddies (4-2) with 18 points, while Chantel Ouellette chipped in with nine.

Windham (3-3) was paced by Hannah Talon with a solid 14-point performance, while Meghan Hoffef tallied 12 and Tara Flanders added 11.

Lisbon 47, Telstar 38

LISBON — Lisbon revved up its offense in the second half on Wednesday, racing away to post a 47-38 mid-season girls’ basketball win over Telstar.

Giana Russo led the Greyhounds with 19 points, while Valerie Doucette chipped in with 10.

The Rebels were led by Luci Rothwell with a game-high 23 points, while Aneah Bartlett contributed with 11.

Madison 34, Oak Hill 32

WALES — Madison saved their undefeated season on Wednesday thanks to a game-winning shot by Sydney Leblanc with three seconds left to give them a 34-32 win over Oak Hill.

Madison had a 16-13 lead at halftime, but Oak Hill never faded away. At the end of the fourth quarter, after a shot by Oak Hill’s Audrey Bauer that went in-and-out, LeBlanc shot and scored on the other end, finishing with seven points and the victory to move to 7-0. Madison’s Lauren Hay led all scorers with 13.

Oak Hill’s Abby Nadeau led the Raiders with 10. With the loss, Oak Hill falls to 4-3.

Oxford Hills’ Zuka Mabior controls Cony’s Aaron Lettre midway through his match on his way to a pin. (Brewster Burns photo)

BUCKFIELD — Te’Andre King found the net with two mintes left in regulation to give North Yarmouth Academy (NYA) a 43-41 boys’ baskball victory over Buckfield.

King led NYA (2-5) with a game-high 21 points and 17 rebounds, while Cooper Hogan chipped in with seven points.

Ethan Jackson led the Bucks (3-3) with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Zack Grover contributed with 13 points, while Noah Wiley chipped in with 12.

Dirigo 69, Monmouth 41

MONMOUTH — Dirigo sprinted out to a 15-point lead in the first quarter and took off from there, speeding away to a 69-41 victory over Monmouth in more boys’ hoops action Wednesday.

Cooper Chiasson led the Cougars (5-3) with an impressive 19-point effort, while Jeremy St. Germain chipped in with 11 and Alex Gorham added 10.

The Mustangs (2-5) were led by Devon Poisson with 12 points, while Connor Davies also contributed 11.

Greely 65, Gray-New Gloucester 43

GRAY — Greely jumped out to an eight-point first-quarter lead and never looked back, defeating Gray-New Gloucester 65-43 on Wednesday in a boys’ basketball matchup.

Greely’s Jack Kane led all scorers with 15, followed by Andrew Shorey who scored 13 and Zach Brown who added 12.

Zac Brady led the Patriots with 10 points with a trey. The win moves Greely to 6-0, keeping its undefeated start going, while Gray-NG falls to 4-2.

Girls’ basketball

Monmouth 58, Dirigo 22

MONMOUTH — Julia Johnson led a group of 11 players to light the boards as Monmouth hustled to a 58-22 romp over Dirigo in girls’ basketball action on Wednesday.

Johnson led the Mustangs (6-1) with 10 points, while Kaeti Butterfield tallied eight and Libby Clement added seven.

The winless Cougars (0-8) were paced by Alexa Varnum with a solid eight-point effort, while Sophia Jacques chipped in with six.

St. Dom’s 51, Buckfield 19

AUBURN — Caroline Gastonguay led a trio of players in double figures as St. Dom’s rolled to a 54-19 girls’ basketball rout over Buckfield on Wednesday.

Gastonguay led the Saints with 15 points, while Hannah Kenney chipped in with 14 and Mia Leslie added 11.

The Bucks were paced by Hannah Shields with a solid seven point tally.

Greely 64, Gray-New Gloucester 44

CUMBERLAND — Greely used a 22-8 run in the third quarter to take command and sped away to record a 64-44 girls’ basketball victory over Gray-New Gloucester.

Anna DeWolfe led Greely with a game-high 22 points, while Brooke Obar chiped in with 21 points.

The Patriots (4-2) were paced by Jordan Grant with a 14-point performance, while Alexa Thayer and Brianna Jordan each added 10.

Edward Little 47, Windham 43

AUBURN — After jumping out to a seven-point advantage in the first frame, Edward Little stayed in control to post a 47-43 mid-season win over Windham.

Veteran Grace Fontaine led the Red Eddies (4-2) with 18 points, while Chantel Ouellette chipped in with nine.

Windham (3-3) was paced by Hannah Talon with a solid 14-point performance, while Meghan Hoffef tallied 12 and Tara Flanders added 11.

Lisbon 47, Telstar 38

LISBON — Lisbon revved up its offense in the second half on Wednesday, racing away to post a 47-38 mid-season girls’ basketball win over Telstar.

Giana Russo led the Greyhounds with 19 points, while Valerie Doucette chipped in with 10.

The Rebels were led by Luci Rothwell with a game-high 23 points, while Aneah Bartlett contributed with 11.

Madison 34, Oak Hill 32

WALES — Madison saved their undefeated season on Wednesday thanks to a game-winning shot by Sydney Leblanc with three seconds left to give them a 34-32 win over Oak Hill.

Madison had a 16-13 lead at halftime, but Oak Hill never faded away. At the end of the fourth quarter, after a shot by Oak Hill’s Audrey Bauer that went in-and-out, LeBlanc shot and scored on the other end, finishing with seven points and the victory to move to 7-0. Madison’s Lauren Hay led all scorers with 13.

Oak Hill’s Abby Nadeau led the Raiders with 10. With the loss, Oak Hill falls to 4-3.


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