YARMOUTH — Daxton St. Hilaire scored twice to help the Lewiston boys hockey team beat Cheverus/Yarmouth 6-2 on Wednesday at Travis Roy Arena.

Damon Bossie, Cole Ulrich, Tanner Anctil and Connor Wolverton also scored for Lewiston. Wolverton, Tyler Leger and Nick Pelletier each had two assists; Mason Beaudoin and Evan Knowlton each had one.

Graycen Hayes-Begley and Nick Giancotti scored for Cheverus/Yarmouth. Oliver Prinn, Jackson Header, Camden Miller and David Swift all had assists. For Swift, it was his first career point.

LEWISTON 5, BRUNSWICK 0: Leah Landry started and ended the scoring for the Blue Devils, who shut out the Dragons at Lewiston.

Landry scored the lone goal of the first period, assisted by Kristen Lachance.

Emma Begin opened the second-period scoring, with Rebecca Lussier picking up the first of her two assists. Leah Dube also scored in the period, assisted by Paige Pomerleau and Nadia Roy.

Lussier assisted on Alyssa Marcoux’s third-period goal, and Landry rounded out the scoring with an unassisted goal.

DIRIGO 85, SACOPEE VALLEY 43: Trenton Hutchinson scored a game-high 29 points, including six 3-pointers, as the Cougars (8-4) beat the Hawks (3-6) at Dixfield.

Hutchinson also had eight rebounds, six assists and four steals.

Wyatt Smith had 12 points and 10 rebounds, and Charlie Houghton had 11 points, nine rebounds and six assists. Dirigo made 15 3-pointers.

McGwire Sawyer made five of Sacopee’s seven 3s and finished with a team-high 20 points.

OAK HILL 59, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 53: Gavin Rawstron scored a game-high 24 points to lead the Raiders over the Falcons at Wales.

Caden Thompson added 15 points for Oak Hill.

Airick Richard scored a team-high 23 points for Mountain Valley, which tried mounting a comeback from a double-digit halftime lead. Kalen Chase pitched in 15 points.

LEAVITT 47, EDWARD LITTLE 45: Alison Noniewicz scored a game-high 17 points and the Hornets held on to win a back-and-forth game against the Red Eddies at Auburn.

Kayleigh Gilbert added 12 points for Leavitt, including the game-winning layup with less than 10 seconds left.

Jenny Chaput led Edward Little with 14 points.

OAK HILL 52, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 28: Gabbie Chessie led a balanced Raiders attack with nine points to help down the Falcons at Rumford.

Paige Gonya added eight points and Peighton Theriault and Audrey Bauer had seven apiece for Oak Hill, which had nine different players make field goals.

Rylee Sevigny was held scoreless in the first half for Mountain Valley but finished with a game-high 10 points. Autumn Freeman added seven.

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