CUMBERLAND — Edward Little boys basketball coach Mike Adams earned his 300th victory as Red Eddies defeated Greely 68-41 on Tuesday.

Edward Little boys basketball coach Mike Adams disagrees with a call during a December 2019 game against Windham. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

“I’ve had a lot of great players and great coaches and great a ADs and family support to be able to get there, but I think it just shows — you know … the players in the program, the work that they put in, put me in a situation to receive, you know, such an honor,” Adams, who coached the Red Eddies to state titles in 2018 and 2020, said. “I mean, you don’t get into coaching thinking that it’s going happen.”

Adams started coaching at Edward Little 20 years ago. He said the milestone snuck up on him.

“I think it was probably last year, some of the boys were kind of talking about, ‘You must be close,’ and some people kind of said some things about where (the milestone may take place),” Adams said. “But I wasn’t really sure of (how many wins I had). Some places recognized KVAC championship games as as career wins, and some places don’t.”

In Tuesday’s game, RJ Nichols drained five 3-pointers and led Edward Little with 29 points, while John Shea chipped in 11 points.

Luke Gabloff scored 13 points for Greely.


MT. BLUE 53, MESSALONSKEE 47, OT: What a difference a week makes.

The ninth-seeded Cougars surprised the No. 8 Eagles in overtime of a Class A/B prelim game in the central Maine basketball tournament in Oakland.

Messalonskee sank Mt. Blue by 16 points in a game played last week.

“We just lost to this team by 16 points last week, so this feels great,” Mt. Blue co-coach Zac Conlogue said. “It got shaky at times, but we pulled ourselves together.”

Messalonskee trailed by five with about a minute left before forcing overtime when Brennan Doran hit a layup in the closing seconds of regulation.

However, the Cougars made 8 of their 11 free throws in overtime to grab the victory.


“This is why practice them,” Conlogue said.

Kiely Reynolds scored 16 points and Eva Stevens added 12 to pace Mt. Blue. Katelyn Daggett added 11 for the victors.

Doran scored 15 points to lead the Eagles.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 48, OAK HILL 46: Sarah Fecteau scored 13 points, and Caitlin Taylor and Mikenzie Davis added 10 apiece as the Patriots (3-1) edged the Raiders (4-1) at Gray.

Gabrielle Chessie scored 14 points for Oak Hill.

GREELY 64, EDWARD LITTLE 31: Camille Clement put in 21 points as the Rangers (5-1) defeated the Red Eddies (2-5) in Auburn.


Chelsea Gravier finished with 12 points and Mollie Obar had 12 points for Greely.

Erin Cowie was Edward Little’s top scorer with 12 points.

HALL-DALE 41, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 36: KK Wills had 11 points to lead the Bulldogs (6-6) to the victory in their final regular season game.

KJ Greenhalgh had eight points and Hayden Madore scored six for Hall-Dale.

Aubrey Kachnovich led Spruce Mountain (5-6) with seven points.

LEWISTON 38, LEAVITT 31: Myah Nicolas paced the Blue Devils with 11 points in their victory over the Hornets in Lewiston.


Alison Noniewicz scored a game-high 13 points for Leavitt.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 58, MT. ABRAM 29: Rylee Sevigny dropped in 25 points as the Falcons doubled up the Roadrunners in Rumford.

Sevigny is 35 points from reaching 1,000 in her career. Autumn Freeman chipped in 12 points for Mountain Valley.

Abi Wilcox and Maddie Phelps each had eight points for Mt. Abram.

NYA 64, ST. DOMINIC 17: North Yarmouth Academy had four players in score double figures as it improved to 7-0 with a home win over the Saints in Yarmouth.

The Panthers, who led 17-2 after one quarter and never looked back, got 15 points from Madilyn Onorato, 13 from Lila Jackson and 10 apiece from Graca Bila and Angel Huntsman, who also had 15 assists.


The Saints (3-2) were paced by 11 points from Jessica Zimmerman.

SACOPEE VALLEY 64, BUCKFIELD 21: Jalyn Stacey and Kylie Day each had 12 first-half points for the Hawks (4-3) as they soared to a 31-8 halftime advantage and cruised by the Bucks (1-4) at Buckfield.

Stacey finished with 21 points and Day tossed in 20. Brooke Landry chipped in 10 for Sacopee Valley.

Shyloe Morgan led the offense for Buckfield with six points.

EDWARD LITTLE/LEAVITT/POLAND 10, GREELY 0: McKenzi Horton earned her first career shutout as the Red Hornets (3-4) defeated the Rangers (0-4) at Casco Bay Arena in Falmouth.

Kylee Spugnardi and Sophia Hartley each had hat tricks and Eve Martineau scored two goals. Caroline Audette and Sophia Castagna also scored for Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland.


LEAVITT 54, LEWISTON 52: The Hornets trailed 52-50 but came out on top thanks to late-game heroics by Joziah Learned and Wyatt Hathaway.

Learned blocked a shot and then tied the score with a tip-in on the offensive end of the court. He then rebounded a Blue Devils missed, setting up a game-winning jumper by Hathaway with eight seconds remaining.

Hathaway finished with 25 points, Learned scored 14, Ben Sirois added seven and Tommy Casey contributed four points and 12 rebounds and played stout defense in the post.

Lewiston’s David Omasombo hit three 3-poitners and scored a team-high 13 points. Malik Foster added 10 and Ali Abdullahi had nine.

LISBON 71, PINE TREE ACADEMY 32: Owen Fish and Hunter McCausland each posted 11 points as the Greyhounds defeated Breakers in Lisbon.

Levi Tibbetts added 10 points for Lisbon.


Aimable Nkurunzlza scored a game-high 12 points for Pine Tree.

MT. ABRAM 70, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 54: Hunter Warren and Wyatt Siemeski each had 18 points for the Roadrunners as they defeated the Falcons in Salem.

Mountain Valley’s Kalen Chase led all scorers with 29 points.

NYA 46, ST. DOMINIC 38: Christopher Hamblett led the Panthers (5-2) with 22 points in a win over the Saints (2-5) in Auburn.

Noah Cyr paced St. Dom’s with 11 points and Gabe Carey had 10 points.

SACOPEE VALLEY 73, BUCKFIELD 33: McGwire Sawyer had 30 points to lead the Hawks (2-4) over the Bucks (0-7) in Hiram.

Ashton Day chipped in 18 points for Sacopee Valley, while Evan Coolbroth had 10 points.

Colby Jordan scored 10 points for Buckfield.

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