Oxford Hills’ Riley Smith, below, battles Medomac Valley’s Brody Carter on Wednesday in Paris. (Brewster Burns photo)

BUCKFIELD — After trailing by six points after three quarters, Buckfield outscored Seacoast Christian 11-6 in the final quarter to force overtime in a 53-50 win in boys’ basketball on Wednesday.

Noah Wiley led all scorers with 17 points for Buckfield (5-12). Tyler Gammon also chipped in 12 points in the win.

Marlon Bernardo led the Guardians (3-12) with 15 points.

Gray-New Gloucester 57, Fryeburg 39

FRYEBURG — John Martin had 12 of his 17 points in the second quarter as the Patriots (11-4) used a 16-4 run to open up a 29-10 halftime lead and handled the Raiders (6-9) on Wednesday.


Colby Hunter added eight points for Gray-New Gloucester.

Tucker Buzzell had eight points to lead Fryeburg Academy.

Rangeley 66, Pine Tree 63

RANGELEY — Pine Tree Academy’s Chris Amisi hit six 3-pointers and scored 41 points, but the Breakers came up just short in a 66-63 loss to Rangeley in boys’ basketball on Wednesday.

PTA (4-12) was outscored by eight points in the fourth quarter.

Rangeley (10-5) was led by Nolan Boone, who scored 15 points, while William Brey chipped in 14 and Ian Lillis and Trevor Dolbier contributed 12 points each.


Girls’ basketball

Buckfield 41, Seacoast Christian 38

BUCKFIELD — Seacoast Christian made a comeback in the fourth quarter but ended up falling to Buckfield 41-38 on Wednesday night in girls’ basketball action.

Buckfield was outscored 10-8 in the fourth but was able to hang on for the win behind Hannah Shields’ 12 points. Kathryn Henderson tallied 10 points in the win.

Seacoast was paced by Abigail Wirling’s game-high 13 points. Katie Pilkington and Allyson Akerberg each scored eight points.

Gray-New Gloucester 48, Fryeburg 16


GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER — Gray-New Gloucester outscored Freyburg 19-2 in the first quarter of its girls’ basketball game Wednesday and cruised to a 48-16 victory.

Jordan Grant hit eight field goals and scored 18 points to pace the Patriots (13-2). Samantha Fortin also added 10 points in the win.

Fryeburg was led by Kayrin Johnson’s five points.

Mountain Valley 54, Lisbon 39

RUMFORD — Kierstyn Lyons hit six 3-pointers on her way to a 20-point game to lead Mountain Valley to a 54-39 girls’ basketball win over Lisbon on Wednesday night.

Lyons was aided by Courtney Carrier’s 16 points and nine more from Saydie Garbarini for the Falcons (12-5).


The Greyhounds (3-13) were paced by charlee Cox’s 16 points.

Rangeley 53, Pine Tree 10

RANGELEY — Olivia Pye scored 14 points to lead the Lakers to the win Wednesday.

Lauren Eastlack added 12 points for Rangeley (14-1), while Winnie LaRochelle contributed 10 points and six rebounds and Brooke Egan chipped in eight points, five assists and five steals.

Pine Tree (8-8) was led by Emily Rojas’ six points.

Girls’ hockey


St. Dominic 12, Portland/Deering 2

AUBURN — Emma Theriault and Avery Lutrzykowski each scored a hat trick as St. Dom’s rode a tremendous second period to a 12-2 win over Portland/Deering in girls’ hockey on Wednesday.

The Saints (11-4-1) scored seven goals in the second to break a 2-2 tie with Portland.

Emma Roy scored a pair of goals to supplement her two teammates’ hat tricks. Addie Suckow, Bugsy Hammerton, Belle Webster and Gisele Ouellette each scored once for St. Dom’s.

Portland/Deering earned a goal each from Emily Demers and Caroline Lerch.

Boys’ hockey


Thornton 2, Edward Little 1, OT

AUBURN — Luke Chassie scored 5:28 into overtime to lift Thornton Academy to a 2-1 boys’ hockey win over Edward Little on Wednesday.

Chassie also scored in the first period to give Thornton a 1-0 lead that held up until EL’s Wesley Clements and Gunnar Winslow set up Tanner Holbrook for the tying goal in the third period.

Seth Dube stopped 26 shots for the Trojans (7-4), and Red Eddies goalie Devon D’Auteuil made 28 saves.

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