LEWISTON — Gemma Landry and Leah Landry each recorded a hat trick as the Lewiston girls’ hockey team completed its first undefeated and untied regular season with a 7-1 win over Cape Elizabeth/South Portland/Waynflete (9-9) at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee on Saturday.

Madison Conley also scored and Sara Robert had three assists for the Blue Devils (18-0), who got four goals in the third period to pull away.

Nicolette Coupe scored for Cape in the second period, assisted by Koto Yamada and Sophia Venditti.

Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland 3, Greely/Gray-NG 2

FALMOUTH — In a game that was tied twice, Isabel Berube scored with 47 seconds remaining to give Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland a 3-2 win over Greely/Gray-New Gloucester in a girls’ hockey game Saturday.

Taylor Cailler scored first for Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland (14-3-1) in the second period, followed by a goal from Greely/Gray-NG’s Camilla Lattanzi to tie the game. In the third period, Caroline Audette scored before Greely/Gray-NG tied it again off the stick of Kerry Roberts.

Caroline Tracey assisted on the winning goal.

Manny Guimond stopped 32 shots for the Red Hornets, while Zahira McLean of Greely/Gray-NG made seven saves.

Boys’ hockey

Edward Little 6, Biddeford 3

BIDDEFORD — Junior center Ben Lane-Robichuad netted a pair of goals as Edward Little dispatched Biddeford 6-3 in boys’ ice hockey action Saturday evening.

Junior wing Logan Alexander came up with a big play in the second period for the Red Eddies (9-5). The Biddeford goalie cleared the puck, but left the net wide open for Alexander to drive the puck into the netting.

After Tigers’ (10-4) tied the game at 2-2, Edward Little rattled off three unanswered goals from Aaron Perkins, Kegan Rodrigue and Jack Keefe to open up an early third-period lead it would not relinquish.

Nick McSorley opened the game with a breakaway up the middle to put Biddeford on the board first.

Goalie Justin Lainerd made 23 saves for Biddeford, while Devon D’Auteuil stopped 27 to earn the win in net for Edward Little.

York 5, Maranacook/Winthrop/Madison 1

KENTS HILL — Andrew Bertolini had two goals and an assist to lead the Wildcats to the win Saturday.

Dalton McCann added a goal and three assists for York (8-5), while Max Pickett and Jake Nelson also scored.

Coleman Watson scored the lone goal for the Hawks (1-10). Isaac Parker had the assist.

Boys’ basketball

Leavitt 60, Brunswick 56

TURNER — Wyatt Hathaway hit double-digit free throws to lead Leavitt to a 60-56 win over Brunswick in boys’ basketball action Saturday.

Hathaway hit 15 free throws and four 3-pointers to score 29 points for Leavitt (13-3). Joziah Learned scored seven points in the win.

After trailing by 10 following the first quarter, Brunswick (8-8) outscored Leavitt by six in the middle two quarters but came up just short. Sam Sharpe paced the Dragons with 19 points, followed by 18 from Finn Mitchell and 15 from Noah Cox.

Rangeley 66, Greater Portland Christian 19

RANGELEY — Eighth-grade guard Trevor Dolbier launched 27 points as Rangeley submerged Greater Portland Christian 66-19 in boys’ basketball action Saturday afternoon.

The Lakers (12-5) used their size, experience and depth to take a 31-8 halftime lead. Freshman center Chase Carmichael contributed 10 points for Rangeley.

The Lions (0-10) were paced by junior center Christian Patterson, who had 13 points.

Girls’ basketball

NYA 56, St. Dom’s 44

AUBURN — North Yarmouth Academy fought through a first-quarter deficit to come from behind and defeat St. Dominic Academy in girls’ basketball Saturday afternoon.

Catherine Reid led NYA (12-4) with nine field goals and 24 points. Katie Larson chipped in with 17 points.

Hannah Kenney paced St. Dom’s (9-7) with 22 points.

Oxford Hills 67, Lewiston 21

LEWISTON — From start to finish, Oxford Hills controlled the game and cruised to a 67-21 win over Lewiston in a Class AA North girls’ basketball game Saturday.

Julia Colby led the Vikings (15-2) with 24 points and three 3-pointers, while Cassidy Dumont tallied 10 points.

Maddy Foster led the Blue Devils (3-14) with eight points.

 


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