Campbell Cassidy had a goal and an assist to lead Edward Little past Brunswick 5-1 in boys hockey action at Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn on Saturday.

Will Cassidy, Keegan Moon, Tate Morse and Xander St. Pierre also scored for the Red Eddies (5-1). Marius Morneau had two assists.

Grey Perham scored for the Dragons (3-3) in the first half.

Gage Ducharme made 14 saves in the victory, while Luke Patterson stopped 17 shots for Brunswick.

MESSALONSKEE 10, CONY/MONMOUTH/HALL-DALE 3: Bryce Crowell scored 4 goals to lead the Eagles to a win over the Rams.

Garrett Card scored two goals, while Will Durkee had a goal and three assists. Jake Thomas, and Myles Hammon added goals for Messalonskee. Hammon also notched the 100th point of his career.

Jacob Godbout and Dominic Trott scored goals for Cony/Monmouth/Hall-Dale.

GIRLS HOCKEY

MT. ARARAT/LISBON/MORSE 1, BRUNSWICK 0: Sarah Moore scored on a deflection with 24.9 seconds remaining as Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse (7-2) edged Brunswick (1-3) in Yarmouth.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

OXFORD HILLS 45, LEAVITT 33: The Vikings rode Cassidy Dumont’s hot start to pull ahead of the visiting Hornets in a victory at Paris.

Dumont scored seven of her game-high 18 points in the first quarter, when Oxford Hills (7-0) took a 13-8 lead. The Vikings had five other first-half scorers, including four of Ella Kellogg’s six. Molly Corbett added seven.

Emelia Bowie paced Leavitt (1-5) with 14 points, and Kayleigh Gilbert added 10.

GREELY 59, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 28: Camille Clement put in 21 points and Chelsea Gravier had 13 as the Rangers (4-1) cruised past the Patriots (2-1) in Gray.

Caitlin Taylor led Gray-New Gloucester with eight points.

BOYS BASKETBALL

GREELY 60, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 46: Luke Gabloff scored 21 points for the Rangers (2-3) in a win over the Patriots (1-2) at Cumberland.

Benjamin Hirsch chipped in with 17 points and Timothy Walker had 16.

Jay Hawkes paced Gray-New Gloucester with 13 points. Josh Michaud and Wyatt Kenney each scored eight.


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