AUBURN — Senior forward Wol Maiwen drained an impressive game-high 34 points to power Edward Little to a 103-59 victory over Morse in boys’ basketball action Thursday evening.

The Red Eddies (8-1) were able to extend their lead out in each frame. Maxwell Creaser contributed 16 points, while Austin Brown added 11 for Edward Little.

Freshman guard Josh ter Mors and senior guard Thomas Warren posted 20 points each for the Shipbuilders (2-7) in the losing effort.

Gray-New Gloucester 43, Yarmouth 42

YARMOUTH — Zack Pomerleau scored 14 points, and Hunter Colby and Nick Pelletier each had 11 to lead the Patriots (6-3) past the Clippers (3-6) on Thursday.

The Patriots got three free throws from Pelletier down the stretch to maintain their lead.

Ashanti Haywood led Yarmouth with 15 points.

Mt. Blue 57, Nokomis 47

NEWPORT — Garrett Reynolds and James Anderson each scored 19 points to lead the Cougars to a KVAC boys’ basketball win over the Warriors on Thursday.

Caleb Talbot added seven points for Mt. Blue (7-2).

Brock Graves and Brendon Noyes each scored 10 points for Nokomis (0-10).

NYA 57, St. Dominic 31

YARMOUTH — Te’Andre King scored 23 points, Chris Hamblett had 16 and Cooper Hogan added 11 as the Panthers (5-3) beat the Saints (1-7) on Thursday.

King also grabbed 13 rebounds, and Hamblett and Hogan each had four steals.

Logan Welch scored 11 points for St. Dom’s.

Wells 67, Poland 18

WELLS — Senior Matt Sherburne was prolific from the floor with a game-high 26 points to lead Wells to a 67-18 triumph over Poland in boys’ basketball action Thursday evening.

Following a slow start by both teams, the Warriors (4-3) found their footing in the second quarter for a 30-16 halftime lead. Payton MacKay contributed 12 points for Wells.

Freshman Jay Hawkes paced the Knights (2-7) with a team-leading nine points in the losing effort.

Girls’ basketball

Edward Little 73, Morse 35

BATH — Senior guard Grace Fontaine registered a game-high 30 points as Edward Little cruised to a 73-35 victory over Morse in girls’ basketball action Thursday evening.

The Red Eddies’ (5-4) defensive pressure wore down the Shipbuilders (0-9) and caused many turnovers for fast-break scoring opportunities. Junior guard Hannah Chaput and senior forward Jade Perry contributed 12 points each for Edward Little.

Sophomore guard Julia Goddard scored a team-leading 11 points on three field goals, including two 3-pointers, and 3-for-3 shooting from the free-throw line for Morse in the losing effort.

Gray-New Gloucester 42, Yarmouth 32

YARMOUTH — Jordan Grant scored eight points in the fourth period, and Brianna Jordan converted her four free throws as Gray-NG (8-1) outscored the Clippers (6-4) 12-6 to push to a 10-point victory Thursday.

Grant finished with 18 points for the Patriots. Hope Olson had 11 for Yarmouth.

Hall-Dale 47, Lisbon 40

LISBON — Iris Ireland netted a game-high 15 points as Hall-Dale notched a 47-40 victory over Lisbon in girls’ basketball action Thursday evening.

After a close first half, the Bulldogs (5-3) crept ahead over the last two frames. Caden Wills contributed 10 points on three makes from beyond the arch and a free throw for Hall-Dale.

Sydnie Plourde led a well-balanced squad of scorers with nine points for the Greyhounds (1-7).

Monmouth 57, Wiscasset 19

MONMOUTH — Kaeti Butterfield and Julia Johnson drained 15 points apiece as Monmouth pounded out a 57-19 victory over Wiscasset in girls’ basketball action Thursday evening.

The Mustangs (6-3) galloped to a 33-12 lead at the midpoint, before easing off in the second half.

Sydnie Thayer tabulated a team-leading eight points for the Wolverines (0-9) in the losing effort.

Mt. Abram 42, Carrabec 40

SALEM — Senior guard Summer Ross nailed a turnaround field goal with 5.5 seconds remaining in regulation, and Mt. Abram held on for the 42-40 victory over Carrabec in girls’ basketball action Thursday evening.

Ross compiled a game-high 18 points on six field goals, including a 3-pointer and five from the line, for the Roadrunners (3-6). Madison Phelps contributed seven points on a field goal and five from the line.

The Cobras (2-8) kept coming back from deficits, tying the game at 25-all at the half and taking a five-point lead down the stretch. Freshman center Cheyenne Cahill produced 15 points on six field goals, including a 3-pointer and two free throws, for Carrabec.

However, Mt. Abram managed to bounce right back on every occasion, committing only eight turnovers instead of the usual 20 average in the contest.

NYA 53, St. Dominic 40

NORTH YARMOUTH — Katie Larson scored a game-high 14 points and Helen Hamblett put in six of her 10 points in the fourth quarter as the Panthers (7-2) beat the Saints (6-2) on Thursday.

Catherine Reid added 12 points for NYA, which led 36-31 heading into the fourth.

Mia-Angelina Leslie led St. Dominic with 11 points. Rebecca Zimmerman chipped in 10.

Telstar 44, Dirigo 39

DIXFIELD — Brooke Richardson scored a game-high 16 points and the Rebels (2-8) closed the game on a 17-10 run after trailing 29-27 to get past the Cougars (2-6) on Thursday.

Aneah Bartlett added 10 points for Telstar.

Page  Lueders scored eight points for Dirigo, while Alyssa McTyre and Sophia Jacques each chipped in with seven apiece.

Wells 61, Poland 28

WELLS — Mackenzie Foss scored the first 11 points, giving the Warriors (5-2) control against Poland (2-8) on Thursday.

Foss finished with 20 points. Franny Ramsdell added 15.

Boys’ hockey

Lewiston 4, Portland/Deering 0

PORTLAND — Jacob Smith stopped all 16 shots he faced and Kurtis Pelletier notched two goals, including one on the power play, as Lewiston blanked Portland/Deering 4-0 in Class A boys’ hockey action Thursday night.

Ben St. Laurent and Ryan Pomerleau each added a goal and an assist for the Blue Devils (8-0).

Ryan Becker made 25 saves in net for Portland/Deering (4-3).

Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse 5, Marshwood/Traip/Sanford/Noble 4

BRUNSWICK — Noah Austin recorded a hat trick and Ian Struck scored twice as Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse (2-5) held on to beat Marshwood/Traip/Sanford/Noble (4-4-1) at Watson Arena.

Braden Butler scored twice for Marshwood, and Henry Honkonen got his 100th career point with a first-period goal. Anthony Newton added a goal and an assist.


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