Tanner Anctil scored two goals and Nick Pelletier notched two assists as the Lewiston beat Greely 3-0 in a battle of boys hockey powerhouses Saturday at Androscoggin Bank Colisee.

Daxton St. Hilaire scored the other Lewiston (6-2) goal, and Mason Beaudoin, Connor Wolverton and Cody Dionne all recorded assists. Keegan McLaughlin recorded his third shutout in a row, making 15 saves.

Keji Wiessner stopped 43 of 46 shots in goal for Greely (5-2).


MT. BLUE 44, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 32: Kiely Reynolds scored 11 points in the final game of her high school career to help lead the Cougars to a victory in their season finale over the Falcons at Farmington.

Mt. Blue jumped out to a 19-4 lead after one quarter.

“We came out really strong,” Mt. Blue coach Fred Conlogue said.

Eryn Parlin paced the Cougars with 14 points. Rylee Sevigny scored a game-high 19 points for Mountain Valley.


MT. BLUE 70, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 63, OT: Zachary Poisson scored a game-high 23 points, including nine from the foul line, as the Cougars won in overtime after the Falcons rallied in Rumford.

Jayden Meader added 19 points for Mt. Blue, which held a slim three-point lead heading into the fourth.

Zach New paced Mountain Valley with 20 points, Airick Richard added 17 thanks in part to four 3s, and Kalen Chase had three 3s as part of his 13-point performance.

DIRIGO 77, MT. ABRAM 66: The Cougars converted seven of their nine made 3-pointers in the first half, then held on in the second to outpace the Roadrunners at Dixfield.

Dakota Tompkins made three of those 3s in the first quarter and finished with 11 points for Dirigo. Trenton Hutchinson also made a first-quarter 3 as part of his 10-point, 10-assist performance. Charlie Houghton made four 2-pointers in the opening quarter and finished with a game-high 27 points, to go along with 11 rebounds. Wyatt Smith added 12 points and six rebounds.

Wyatt Sieminski (team-high 16 points) and Adam Luce (12 points) both made four 3s for Mt. Abram. Kenyon Pillsbury added 13.

ST. DOMINIC 49, BUCKFIELD 27: Alex Willings was dominant down low and also showed his outside game to help lead the Saints over the Bucks at Buckfield.

Willings scored a game-high 28 points, making eight shots inside the arc and three from beyond it, to go along with 11 rebounds and six blocks. Gabe Carey added 11 points and five assists for St. Dom’s, and Kevin Gallic pulled down 11 rebounds despite going scoreless.

Ayden Jefferson led Buckfield with eight points and Gavin Charest added seven.


WMC CHAMPIONSHIPS: Fryeburg Academy’s Alanna Nataluk won on her home course of Stark’s Hill during Saturday’s WMC Nordic ski championships at Fryeburg.

Nataluk finished in 16:53.8 to beat runner-up Emma Haims of Maine Coast Waldorf by just over seven seconds. Yarmouth duo Madeline Marston and Annie Bergeron were third and fourth. Yarmouth edged out Maine Coast for the team victory, 767-766. St. Dom’s was eighth, thanks to Sarah Brown’s 25th-place finish, and Gray-New Gloucester’s Caitlin Sweeney finished 35th to give the Patriots ninth in the team standings.

Greely’s Leif Harvey easily won the boys race, finishing in 13:49.4, more than 41 seconds ahead of Yarmouth’s Aksel Yeo. Maine Coast’s Conrad Anderson was third to pace his team’s tie for second place behind Yarmouth. Gray-New Gloucester also tied for second at 752 points, well back of Yarmouth’s 780, with William Maines’ fifth-place finish leading the Patriots. Liam Levasseur was 44th to give the Saints a ninth-place finish.


HUSSON 86, UMF 69: DJ Bussey scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Eagles past the Beavers at Farmington.

Former Winthrop star Cam Wood added eight points and seven rebounds for Husson.

Kyle Donlin paced UMaine-Farmington with 19 points, while Jack Kane added 12 points and 10 rebounds and Terion Moss also scored 12.


HUSSON 77, UMF 51: Bailey Donovan had 16 points and 15 rebounds as the Eagles soared past the visiting Beavers at Bangor.

Former Telstar standout Luci Rothwell had four points and five rebounds off the bench for Husson.

Rosalie White scored a team-high 10 points off the bench for UMaine-Farmington. Alex Bessey (Spruce Mountain/CMCC) had nine points, four rebounds and two assists, Kasey Talarico (Lewiston) had four points off the bench and Tia Day (Monmouth) pulled down four rebounds as a starter.

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