Oxford Hills’ Bryce Atkisson works the leg of Skowhegan opponent Miller Foss on Wednesday in Paris. Atkisson eventually won the 120-lbs. match via pin, and the Vikings won both of their duals, defeating Skowhegan and Cony by identical 48-30 scores. See complete results below. Brewster Burns photo

AUBURN — Breck Langevin scored late in the third period to give the Leavitt/Gray-New Gloucester/Oak Hill/Poland boys hockey team a 2-1 victory over the Gorham at Norway Savings Bank Arena on Wednesday.

Langevin received a pass in the neutral zone and skated along the left wing and his wrist shot beat Gorham goalie Jasper Crane (27 saves). Defenseman Jamison Bergeron made the pass and had the assist.

The Kings (3-5)  took a 1-0 when Will Keach beat Crane nearly 10 minutes into the first period. Hunter Bussiere and Conner Bouley had the assists.

Gorham (4-6) tied it with a minute to play in the period as Cam Whittemore shot a loose puck in front of the crease on a power play. Corliss Ordway had the assist

The Rams were 1 for 3 with the man advantage. Poland/Leavitt/Oak Hill/Gray-New Gloucester went 0 for 2.

Kade Knight made 16 saves for the Kings.


BIDDEFORD/MASSABESIC/OLD ORCHARD 5, MT. ARARAT/LISBON/MORSE 3: Caden Petit scored twice and added an assist for the Tigers (3-5) in a victory over the Eagles (1-7) at Bowdoin College’s Sid Watson Arena in Brunswick.

Hunter Boudreau and Chase Magnant each contributed a goal and an assist for Biddeford/Massabesic/Old Orchard. Jamie Sperlich also potted a goal, while Collin Scully had two assists. Goalie Aden Dube turned aside 24 shots .

Zander Kirk scored twice for Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse/Hyde, and Jacob Fullerton also found the back of the net. Gerek Theriault and Henry Pennell each had a helper. Sam Young stopped 22 shots.

FRYEBURG/LAKE REGION/OXFORD HILLS 5, WINDHAM/WESTBROOK/BONNY EAGLE/SACOPEE VALLEY 2: Caleb Micklon tallied two goals for the Ice Cats (4-3) in the win over the Trail Blazers (4-7) at USM Ice Arena in Gorham.

Owen Galligan and Kadan Neureuther each notched a goal and two assists in the win while Neil Heath also scored a goal for Fryeburg/Lake Region/Oxford Hills.

Nate Metcalf stopped 17 shots in the victory.


Ben Shaw and Daniel Hancock gave Windham/Westbrook/Bonny Eagle/Sacopee Valley a 2-0 lead in the first four minutes of the game.

Isaac White made 27 saves in the loss.

MT. ARARAT/LISBON/MORSE/LINCOLN/OCEANSIDE/BOOTHBAY 7, BIDDEFORD/THORNTON/WELLS/SANFORD 2: Marley LeBel and Remy LeBel both notched hat tricks as Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse/Lincoln/Oceanside/Boothbay (7-4) defeated Biddeford/Thornton/Wells/Sanford (3-8-1) in Brunswick.

Sophia Cote also scored for the Eagles.

Mackenzie Day and Lily LeSieur were the goal scorers for Biddeford.

 Six Cougars (12-0) scored in double figures as the lapped the Wolverines (0-9) in Wiscasset.


Trenton Hutching led Dirigo’s scoring charge with 16 points. Nathaniel Wainwright scored 15, Dakota Tompkins and Logan Timberlake each contributed 11 points and Charlie Houghton and Bode Gray had 10 apiece. Also, Airick Richard scored nine for the Cougars.

Wiscasset’s Dylan Akers scored a game-high 21 points, and teammate Jevar Garricks finished with 13.

CHEVERUS 65, EDWARD LITTLE 58: Silvano Ismail scored 26 points to power the Stags (9-3) past the Red Eddies (3-8) at Lewiston.

Leo McNabb had 15 points and Giovanni St. Onge added 12.

Mohamed Adow scored 16 points for Edward Little. Eli St. Laurent added 14.

BOOTHBAY 74, BUCKFIELD 54: Kristin Gryffin scored 27 points and knocked down seven 3-pointers to lead the Seahawks (6-4) past the Bucks (2-9) in Buckfield.


The Bucks’ Ayden Jefferson scored the game-high 34 points.

LEWISTON 66, DEERING 49: Yusuf Dakane hit a pair of 3-pointers and scored 19 points as the Blue Devils (9-2) topped the Rams (0-11) in Lewiston.

Jibril Holloman added 16 points, while Michael Klick scored nine and Eli Bigelow chipped in seven.

Deering’s Evan Legassey made six 3-pointers and finished with 20 points. Teammate Mogga Yanga nearly matched Legassey’s total, scoring 18 points. Yanga’s points, however, all were scored via nine two-point field goals.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 55, OAK HILL 34: Colby Frisbie’s 16 points led the Falcons (5-5) in their win over the Raiders (2-10) in Wales.

Braden Dugual chipped in 14 points and Zach New contributed eight for Mountain Valley.


PJ Smith and Eli Desmond each scored eight points for Oak Hill.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 43, OAK HILL 27: Maddie Dow racked up 16 points and nine steals, both team-highs, to lead the Falcons (6-5) past the Raiders (4-7) in Rumford.

Brooke Bennett added 10 points for Mountain Valley, and Layce Boucher and Justice Gendron each had five steals.

Ariana Thibeault scored a team-high 10 points and Aubrey McElhaney had nine for Oak Hill.

DIRIGO 64, WISCASSET 22: Twelve players scored for the Cougars (4-8) in their win over the Wolverines (0-9) in Dixfield.

Jayce Brophy led the way with 14 points for Dirigo, while Kallie Errington added 10 and Emily Woods finished with nine.


Laila Dicus scored a team-high 10 points for Wiscasset.

CHEVERUS 50, EDWARD LITTLE 21: Emma Lizotte scored 26 points and collected six blocks to power the Stags (11-1) past the Red Eddies (3-8) in Portland.

Madi Fitzpatrick chipped in with 14 points. Ruth Boles added five rebounds, five steals and three assists.

HALL-DALE 89, BUCKFIELD 12: Four different Bulldogs scored in double figures as Hall-Dale (8-2) won easily at Farmingdale.

Hayden Madore scored 16 points, followed by Sierra Gibbons (15), KJ Greenhalgh (15) and Amanda Trepanier (11). Greenhalgh also pulled own 12 rebounds.

Buckfield is 2-9.


KENTS HILL 74, TELSTAR 32: Logan and Lucy McDonald scored 15 and 14 points respectively to lead the undefeated Huskies (9-0) to a victory over the Rebels (2-8) in Bethel.

Telstar’s Morgan Zetts dropped in the game high 24 points.

106: double forfeit
113: Sophie Noyes (S) by forfeit.
120: Bryce Atkisson (OH) pin Miller Foss (S) 3:40.
126: Jeremy Turner (OH) pin Jordan McDaniel (S) 0:30.
132: Kendall Kovales (OH) by forfeit.
138: Sy Garey (OH) by forfeit.
145: Hunter Wormwood (OH) by forfeit.
152: Mike Welch (S) pin Bryce Hazelton (OH) 0:18.
160: Aiden Clark (S) pin Chalmers Russell (OH) 0:40.
170: Eitan Afriat (OH) by forfeit.
182: Maliki Sparks (OH) pin Brady Ducharme (S) 3:04.
195: Chris Levesque (OH) by forfeit.
220: Caleb Pratt (S) pin Kaelin Currier (OH) 0:41.
285: Kobe Butters (S) pin Jayden Mason (OH) 1:32.
152: Mike Welch (S) pin Brady Martin (P).
152: Brady Martin (Poland) dec. Wyatt Poulin (Lawrence) 5-3.

106: Ayden Toothacker (C) by forfeit.
113: Sam Lafavor (C) by forfeit.
120: Bryce Atkisson (OH) dec. Les Ridley (C) 11-3.
126: Jeremy Turner (OH) pin Gaberiel Shorey (C) 0:17.
132: Kendall Kovales (OH) pin Evan Pitcher (C) 3:45.
138: Sy Garey (OH) pin Anderson St. Onge (C) 5:11.
145: Hunter Wormwood (OH) pin Kai Arnold (C) 2:21.
152: Bryce Hazelton (OH) pin Jake Towle (C) 0:30.
160: Liam Scheis-Hooyman (C) pin Carter Hart (OH) 0:21.
170: Chalmers Russell (OH) pin Lance Yeaton (C) 3:55.
182: Maliki Sparks (OH) dec. Gabe Belanger (C) 13-7.
195: Chris Levesque (OH) pin Kaiden Jones (C) 0:07.
220: Nathan Shedd (C) pin Kaelin Currier (OH) 1:12.
285: Bradyn Strout (C) pin Jayden Mason (OH) 2:09.
152: Brady Martin (P) by forfeit.

At Sugarloaf Mountain
5km Classic Race
Team scores
Maranacook 782.0, Oxford Hills 774.0, Mt. Abram 754.0, Spruce Mountain 741.0, Orono 550.0, Dirigo 523.0, Camden Hills 365.0.
Individual results
1. Jeffrey Warnock (MA) 18:31.7; 2. Silas Bartol (MARAN) 18:32.0; 3. Wyatt Stevenson (MARAN) 18:47.7; 4. Cameron Sherbinski (OH) 20:08.9; 5. Dean Rudman (OH) 20:38.0; 6. Carter Butterfield (MA) 21:07.8; 7. Ben Adams (MARAN) 21:16.2; 8. Samuel Geissinger (SM) 21:36.2; 9. Cody Roy (OH) 21:47.1; 10. Cooper Tarbuck (MARAN) 23:16.1; 11. Eric Nelson (MARAN) 23:32.7; 12. Noah Damon-Travers (OH) 24:33.8; 13. Owen Schwab (SM) 25:15.5; 14. Liam Waring (ORONO) 25:17.4; 15. Ben Arsenault (ORONO) 25:31.5; 16. Cameron Pinchbeck (CN) 25:58.5; 17. Lyle Hering (MA) 26:29.8; 18. Eli Smith (MARAN) 26:39.1; 19. Matt Pepe (SM) 27:18.8; 20. Gabariel Dosreis (OH) 27:26.9; 21. Iain Larsen-Leavins (CM) 27:33.6; 22. Ronan Brown (OH) 27:51.2; 23. Noah Easter (MARAN) 27:59.9; 24. Daniel Wilson (SM) 29:53.2; 25. Jeffrey Lemieux (MARAN) 20:08.5; 26. Riley Woodworth (OH) 30:16.7; 27. Conner Easter (MARAN) 34:12.7; 28. Chris Bisson (ORONO) 34:21.6; 29. Zack Webster (D) 36:03.4; 30. Evan Bilodeau (MA) 38:21.9; 31. Blake True (OH) 40:40.0; 32. BAryan Beaucage (D) 41:02.4; 33. Darryle Curtis (D) 46:03.9.

Team scores
Orono 774.0, Camden Hills 771.0, Maranacook 770.0, Bangor 537.0, Spruce Mountain 527.0, Dirigo 519.0, Oxford Hills 389.0, Winthrop 369.0, Old Town 175.0.
Individual results
1. Ruthe White (ORONO) 20:52.2; 2. Olympia Farrell (MARAN) 23:01.5; 3. Clara White ORONO) 24:07.9; 4. Elsa Bergdahl (MARAN) 24:21.1; 5. Brenna Mackey (CM) 25:02.0; 6. Meredith Harthorne (OH) 25:19.3; 7. Megan Gerbi (ORONO) 26:22.4; 8. Maggie Gill (CM) 27:01.9; 9. Lea Zwecker (CM) 27:32.2; 10. Ruby Nelson (MARAN) 28:45.8; 11. Natalie Gill (CM) 28:55.8; 12. Siena Scordino (CM) 28:33.7; 13. Phoebe Dow (W) 29:54.4; 14. Amelia Porter (CM) 30:12.4; 15. Carly Hayward (B) 30:36.2; 16. Mackenzie Van Nest (OH) 30:39.8; 17. Hannah Perkin (SM) 30:43.9; 18. Mary Hatt (MARAN) 30:45.0; 19. Maureen Tyne (ORONO) 31:21.1; 20. Sophie Blanco (W) 31:44.6; 21. Sophie Marr (MARAN) 31.44.6; 22. Liana Talty (CM) 32:37.7; 23. Anwen Kane (MARAN) 33:36.4; 24. Kelsey McCrum (ORONO) 33:41.1; 25. Sophie Reuter (B) 35:02.8; 26. Cara Rothwell (CM) 35:59.7; 27. Savannah Williams (D) 27:05.1; 28.Lida Kanoti (OT) 37:08.0; 29. Abby Bergmark (B) 37:37.89; 30. Megan Spaulding (D) 38:22.2; 31. Kaitlynn Dunn (MARAN) 39:12.7 32. Skylar Condon (SM) 42:19.8 33. Katie Johnson (SM) 42:54.8; 34. Abbey Therriault (D) 47:47.5.

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