LEWISTONAll five Lewiston seniors scored on Senior Night as the Blue Devils (10-1) overpowered Greely 9-1 in a girls hockey game Monday night.

Kristen LaChance scored a pair of goals and Avaya Desjardins scored the first goal of her high-school career.

Other scorers for Lewiston were Leah Landry, Sadie Morgan, Lilly Gish, Charlotte Cloutier, Rebecca Lussier and Toree St. Hilaire.

For the Rangers (3-7), Lily Rawnsley scored the lone goal.

CAPE ELIZABETH/WAYNFLETE/SOUTH PORTLAND 4, EDWARD LITTLE/LEAVITT/POLAND 4, OT: Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete/South Portland (7-2-1) and Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland (3-4-2) compromised and settled for a tie in Auburn.

The Red Hornets received goals from Alyssa Prosser, Helena Moon, Megan Lachance and Eve Martineau.


For the Capers, Delaney Whitten, Catie Lee, Libby Hooper and Marina Bassett each scored a goal.

ST. DOMINIC/WINTHROP/GRAY-NG/MONMOUTH 5, WINSLOW/GARDINER/CONY/LAWRENCE/MESSALONSKEE/BREWER 3: West Duffy tallied a goal and two assists to help lead the Saints (3-6) past the Black Tigers (6-5) at Camden National Bank Ice Vault in Hallowell.

Emily Andrews and Lauren Hanlon scored first-period goals for the Saints, Duffy scored hers in the second, and then she assisted on third-period goals by Maddie Weymouth and Bella Pelletier. Aubrey White earned the win for the Saints, including pitching a third-period shutout after the game was tied 3-3 heading into the final frame.

Kaylyn Bourque factored into all three Black Tigers goals, scoring one and assisting on the two others. She assisted on Kylie Boardman’s first-period goal, scored her own in the second, then assisted on Katherine Nichols’ goal just over a minute later to tie the game.

ST. DOMINIC 39, SACOPEE VALLEY 36: Jessie Zimmerman dropped in 21 points to lead the Saints (3-5) over the Hawks (1-9) in Hiram.

Charli Apodaca added 10 points for St. Dom’s.


Emma Boulanger put up 15 points for Sacopee Valley and Brooke Landry had 13.

CARRABEC 62, OAK HILL 41: Cheyenne Cahill dropped in the game-high 20 points and teammates Molly Hay and Courtney Rollins scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, in the Cobras’ (9-1) victory over the Raiders (3-6) in North Anson.

Paige Gonya scored 11 points and Amara Denis had 10 for Oak Hill.

DIRIGO 51, MT. ABRAM 21: Megan Fletcher scored 14 points and Abby Stevens added 10 in the Cougars’ (6-4) victory over the Roadrunners (0-8) in Dixfield.

Dirigo built a 32-2 lead by halftime. Mt. Abram’s Charlotte Mitchell scored five points.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 60, TELSTAR 28: Owen Bryant scored 15 points as the undefeated Phoenix (10-0) dismissed the winless Rebels (0-11) in Jay.


Ian York and Jace Bessey each scored nine points, with York knocking down three 3-pointers.

Brayden Stevens scored 12 points for Telstar.

MT. ABRAM 74, BOOTHBAY 47: Wyatt Siemenski scored 16 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead the Roadrunners to the MVC win in Salem.

Adam Luce added 13 points for Mt. Abram (6-6) while Trevor Phelps had 12 and Payton Mitchell 11.

Boothbay (4-7) was led by Gryffin Kristan with 16 points and Matt Sullivan with 14.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 61, OAK HILL 54: Arick Richard scored 32 points to lead the Falcons (6-3) over the Raiders (5-6) in Rumford.


Richard hit three 3-pointers and 13 total field goals to pace Mountain Valley. Leon Salmon also tallied 11 points in the win.

Jackson Arbour paced Oak Hill with 22 points while D’Andre Daniels added 10.

LAKE REGION/FRYEBURG/OXFORD HILLS 7, MARANACOOK/WINTHROP/HALL-DALE/SPRUCE MOUNTAIN/LAWRENCE 3: Wyatt Knightly had a hat trick and added an assist in the Ice Cats’ (8-1) win over Maranacook/Winthrop/Hall-Dale/Spruce Mountain/Lawrence (Capital Region Hawks) in Bridgton.

Jacob Lemery scored twice and had an assist. Caleb Micklon and Owen Galligan each had a goal and an assist. Noah Grant made 39 saves in the win.

Ben Platt led the Hawks (0-5) with a goal and an assist. Evan Gourley and Bennett Ross each had a goal. Adrian O’Connell stopped 28 shots in the loss.


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