POLAND — Nathalie Theriault capped the final regular season game of her career Thursday with a career night, scoring 23 points to reach the 1,000-point plateau and helping her Knights to a 48-38 Western Maine Conference win over Cape Elizabeth in the teams’ season finales.

Theriault needed 17 points to start the game to reach the milestone, and drained 16 points in the first half. Her first basket of the third quarter put her over the mark, the first player from Poland — male or female — to accomplish the feat.

Jessica Seeley followed with eight points for the Knights (14-4), who locked down the No. 2 seed in Class B South with the victory.

Erin O’Rourke scored 10 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, in the loss for the Capers (6-12).

Hebron 48, Gould 37

HEBRON — Franceska Halloran led all players with 18 points and Reily New added 11 to pace Hebron Academy to a 48-37 win over Gould Academy in the teams’ final game of the regular season Thursday.

Hebron’s win was its 10th in a row, and 13th on the season, the most by the Lumberjacks in at least 10 seasons. Maddy New added eight points for the Lumberjacks (13-3).

Lydia Bennett hit for 13 points for Gould, while Amelia McMillan added 10 in the loss.

Bangor 39, Edward Little 37

AUBURN — Olivia Sharrow collected a team-high 12 points as Bangor edged Edward Little 39-37 in girls’ basketball action Thursday afternoon.

The Rams (4-14) led 17-13 at the break. All four of Sharrow’s field goals came from beyond the 3-point line.

Grace Fontaine posted a team-leading 12 points, while Hannah Chaput added another 11 for the Red Eddies (11-7) in the losing effort.

Boothbay 69, Telstar 29

BOOTHBAY — Page Brown scored 24 points to lead Boothbay to a 69-29 rout over Telstar in girls’ basketball action Thursday afternoon.

The Seahawks (18-0) swooped in for a 25-2 lead after the first quarter. Sydney Meader and Faith Blethen posted 11 points each for Boothbay.

Julia Cherkis tallied a team-leading nine points for the Rebels (1-17) in the losing effort.

Boys’ basketball

Boothbay 83, Telstar 61

BOOTHBAY HARBOR — Steve Reny and Eli Gudroe each had 18 points to lead Boothbay past Telstar 83-61 in a MVC boys’ basketball contest.

Kyle Ames had 17 points for the Seahawks (13-5) while Hunter Crocker had 10 points and 15 rebounds.

Blake Rothwell had a game-high 28 points to lead the Rebels (6-12). Jarrett Bean had 23 points and scored his 1,000 career point in the contest.

Lisbon 62, Oak Hill 44

LISBON — DJ Douglass had 29 points to push Lisbon past Oak Hill in a boys’ MVC basketball contest.

Jonah Sautter chipped in with 20 points for the Greyhounds.

Cohen Donnell paced the Raiders (7-11) with 13 points while Darryn Bailey had nine points.

Gould 84, Rangeley 40

RANGELEY — Alex Shoureas tossed an impressive 23 points as Gould towered over Rangeley 84-40 in boys’ basketball action Thursday afternoon.

Gould (14-4) led 40-19 at the half. Tristin Chamberlain drained eight field goals, including four from 3-point range, for 20 points.

Senior guard Kyle LaRochelle secured a game-high 25 points on 11 field goals, including three from 3-point range, for the Lakers (9-9) in the losing effort.

Mt. Abram 63, Wiscasset 53

SALEM — Sophomore guard Nate Luce poured in a game-high 23 points as Mt. Abram ran away with a 63-53 triumph over Wiscasset in boys’ basketball action Thursday afternoon.

The Wolverines (0-18) pulled to within four at the end of the third quarter. Junior guard Ron Drake had a team-leading 18 points.

The Roadrunners (2-16) led 32-17 at the half. Following a tough third quarter, Mt. Abram was able to pull away in the fourth with scoring from the foul line.

Senior forward Evan McKay contributed 12 points for Mt. Abram in the winning effort.

Leavitt 67, Lewiston 51

TURNER — Freshman guard Wyatt Hathaway had an outstanding performance, scoring 31 points, including 21 in the first half, as Leavitt buzzed by Lewiston in boys’ basketball action Thursday afternoon.

The Hornets (8-10) took a 34-19 lead at the midpoint. Junior guard Josh Banks contributed 10 points and collected five steals, while Cole Morin hauled down 10 rebounds for Leavitt.

Senior guard Hassan Hussein and senior forward Yasin Mohamud shared team-high 10 points each for the Blue Devils (2-16) in the losing effort.

Edward Little 64, Bangor 61

BANGOR — Senior guard Darby Shea recorded a team-high 20 points in a balanced attack as Edward Little edged Bangor 64-61 in boys’ basketball action Thursday afternoon.

The Red Eddies (14-4) went back and forth with the Rams (10-8) throughout the contest. Ibn Khalid hit two free throws in the final minutes as Edward Little held on for the win.

Junior forward Wol Maiwen had a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds for Edward Little.

Junior forward Matt Fleming tabulated a game-high 25 points for Bangor.

Dirigo 59, Mtn. Valley 53 (OT)

DIXFIELD — Junior center Jeremy St. Germain netted a game-high 21 points as Dixfield rallied back for a 59-53 overtime victory over Mtn. Valley in boys’ basketball action Thursday afternoon.

The Falcons (11-7) lead by 10 midway through the third quarter. But, the Cougars (12-6) fought back, and tied the game at 47-47 at the end of regulation.

Luke Lueders connected for all eight of his free throws in the fourth and overtime frames for Dixfield.

Senior guard Michael Pare bagged a team-leading 18 points for Mtn. Valley in the losing effort.

Unified basketball

Edward Little 41, Lewiston 26

AUBURN — Gage Cloutier scored a game-high 10 points to lead Edward Little to a 41-26 victory over Lewiston in Unified basketball action Thursday afternoon.

Carter Culleton tossed three three-point field goals for nine points for the Red Eddies. Ben Dumont and Kegan Kenney posted eight and six points, respectively for Edward Little.

The Blue Devils had four players with four points each. Hawa Doorow, Edwin Rivera, Theresa Morin and Nick Allen-Smith provided 16 of Lewiston’s 26 points in the losing effort.

Boys’ Hockey

St. Dom’s 1, Portland/Deering 0

PORTLAND — Dominic Chasse potted the only goal as St. Dom’s defeated Portland/Deering 1-0 in a boys’ hockey contest.

His goal came at the 5:22 mark of the second period which was assisted by Hunter Hughes.

Gaston Fuksa stopped all 28 shots he faced for the Saints (7-6-1).

Ben McCallum was equally impressive for the Bulldogs (7-7-2) as he had 26 saves in the losing effort.

Skiing

Mt. Abram, Orono, Maranacook lead after Day 1

RUMFORD — The Mt. Abram boys’ Nordic ski team placed five skiers among the top eight places Thursday on the first day of the MVC and KVAC Nordic Skiing Championships at Black Mountain of Maine to take a commanding advantage into Friday’s finale.

Gaelan Boyle-Wight of Telstar was the top MVC boys’ skier, but Mt. Abram’s depth was on display after that. Brandon Hemingway finished in third place, Levi Bouchard in fourth, David Kidd in fifth, Dylan Starbird in sixth and Dillon Wells in eighth for the Roadrunners.

Jayshaun Wright led Mountain Valley with an 11th-place finish to pace the Falcons to second place in the Day 1 standings.

In the MVC girls’ race, only Orono had enough skiers to fill a full team in the 18-person field, and the Red Riots sit atop that competition.

In the KVAC races, Roy Varney of Leavitt completed the 5-kilometer course in a day’s best 16:08, but four Maranacook skiers followed in second through fifth positions. The Black Bears’ fifth skier tripped the line in 12th. The Black Bears’ pack finished in front of a strong Mt. Blue contingent, led by Sam Stinson in sixth position.

In the girls’ KVAC race, Meg Charles of Mt. Blue paced the field in 19:01.3 to earn the win, but again the Black Bears’ pack was too strong. Laura Parent placed second and her teammates finished in fourth, sixth, eighth and 11th to push her team to the front — just barely — over the Cougars. Behind Charles, Mt. Blue’s pack finished in fifth, seventh, 10th and 12th positions.

Cameron Bancroft led the Oxford Hills boys in eighth position, while the Vikings’ Olivia Swift was her team’s top finisher in 21st. Harrison Bigo-Lowe was Edward Little’ top male finisher in 22nd position.

The second race — a freestyle event — is Friday at Titcomb Mountain in Farmington.

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