SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. — The Central Maine Community College women’s basketball team put on a dominating performance on the opening day of the North Country Invitational on Saturday, routing SUNY Adirondack 74-19.

Kali Thompson led the Mustangs (12-2) with 16 points. Harata Coleman scored 15 points off the bench, and Leata Te Nana-Williams added 11.

CMCC held the Timberwolves to 14 points in the first half and five in the second half.

MEN’S BASKETBALL
STONY BROOK 80, MAINE 72: Elijah Olaniyi and Tykei Greene scored 16 points apiece in the Seawolves’ win over the Black Bears in Stony Brook, New York.

Greene also had nine rebounds. Anthony Roberts added 15 points for Stony Brook.

Sam Ihekwoaba scored a season-high 22 points and had nine rebounds for the University of Maine (3-10, 0-2), which has now lost four consecutive games. Ja’Shonte Wright-McLeish added 15 points and Maks Klanjscek had 13 points.

MEN’S HOCKEY
MAINE 4, ALASKA-FAIRBANKS 2: Lynden Breen scored two of Maine’s three goals in the third period as the Black Bears rallied to a 4-2 win over Alaska-Fairbanks on Saturday night at Alfond Arena.

Maine (3-12-4) trailed 2-0 in the second period before Ben Poisson scored with assists from Breen and Donavan Villeneuve-Houle. Breen tied it 3:10 into the third on a power-play goal, then Villeneuve-Houle gave the Black Bears the lead with 2:37 left.

Breen added a goal with 38 seconds left.

Jake Breault and Didrik Henbrant scored in the second period to give Alaska-Fairbanks (5-14-1) the lead.

Connor Androlewicz had 27 saves for Maine, while Gustavs David Grigals made 40 saves for the Nanooks.

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