FALMOUTH — Leah Landry notched four goals and an assist as Lewiston/Monmouth/Oak Hill opened the girls’ ice hockey season with an 11-1 win over Greely at Falmouth Family Ice Center on Saturday night.

Gemma Landry added two goals and an assist while Lilly Gish also potted a pair of goals for the Blue Devils. Linnea Koivisto scored early in the second period to spoil the shutout bid of Lewiston goalie Camree St. Hilaire.

Women’s basketball

Maine 58, North Carolina A&T 52

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Tanesha Sutton scored eight of her game-high 17 points in the fourth quarter to lead Maine to a 58-52 win over North Carolina A&T in the Navy Classic.

Tied at 41 after three quarters, Maine opened the fourth with a 14-3 run and went on to outscore the Aggies 17-11 in the final quarter to seal the win. Blanca Milan added 13 points and Parise Rossignol 10 points for the Black Bears (4-2), who will play Pennsylvania in the second day of the tournament on Sunday.

Women’s hockey

Maine 4, Dartmouth 1

ORONO — Celine Tedenby scored twice and dished out an assist to help Maine rally to a 4-1 victory over Dartmouth in a non-conference game at Alfond Arena.

Tereza Vanisova added a goal and an assist for the Black Bears (8-6-1), including what proved to be the game-winning goal on a breakaway in the second period. Carly Jackson finished with 12 saves in net for Maine.

Tess Bracken notched the lone goal for Dartmouth (2-6-1) on a power play in the first period.

Men’s hockey

Quinnipiac 2, Maine 0

ORONO — Keith Petruzelli stopped all 23 shots he faced to give Quinnipiac a weekend sweep of Maine, 2-0, at Alfond Arena.

Ethan de Jong and Zach Metsa scored for the Bobcats (11-2-0). Jeremy Swayman made 17 saves in net for the Black Bears (4-7-1).

Junior hockey

L/A Nordiques 9, Niagara Falls 2

LEWISTON — Colby Audette led seven different scorers with two goals and two assists as the Lewiston/Auburn Nordiques rolled to a 9-2 win over the Niagara Falls PowerHawks at Androscoggin Bank Colisee.

The Nordiques broke open a 2-1 game with five unanswered goals in the second period. They outshot the PowerHawks, 79-18. 

Daniel Miller made 16 saves in net for L/A. Josh Mitchell made 69 saves for Niagara Falls.

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