BETHEL — Wyatt Lilly made the most of his last home game at Telstar, catching three touchdown passes on senior night as the Rebels fell to Maranacook 52-28 in an 8-man Small South matchup Saturday afternoon.

Lilly caught scoring strikes of 45 and 55 yards from Brody Walker, then added a touchdown catch from backup quarterback Izacc Greenberg after Walker went down with an injury.

“He was like on fire,” Rebels (2-5) coach Tim O’Connor said of Lilly.

Fellow senior Gavinn Martin also scored for the Rebels on homecoming, returning a kickoff for a touchdown before also leaving the game with an injury.

Cruze Kimball, another senior, played “awesome, as usual,” on defense, according to O’Connor, racking up 12 tackles to go along with two fumble recoveries.

“I’m pretty proud of those boys, because they didn’t give up,” O’Connor said, noting how tough of an opponent the Black Bears (5-2) were.


NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 5, MONMOUTH ACADEMY/WINTHROP 0: Ella Giguere tallied a goal and an assist to help lead the Panthers (9-1-3) past the Mustangs (8-4-1) in Monmouth.

Natasha Godfrey scored to give NYA a 1-0 halftime lead, then Giguere, Alicia Fontana, Lyla Casey and Lily Rawnsley all found the back of the net in the second half. Caroline Matusovich also picked up an assist for the Panthers.

Sarah Moore made two saves for the shutout, while June Foyt turned away 13 shots for Monmouth/Winthrop.

DEXTER 10, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 2: Jesse Lewis and Jonathan Hines teamed up twice to score goals for the Phoenix (2-9-1) in a loss to the Tigers (5-7-1) in Dexter.

Lewis scored first off an assist from Hines, then Hines returned the favor to Lewis later in the second half.

Blake Gemelli made three saves while getting the start in goal for Spruce Mountain, and Trevor Hogan finished the game. Gabe Cupero made nine saves for Dexter.


WESTBROOK 3, LEWISTON 1: The Blue Blazes (8-6) cruised to a four-set victory over the Blue Devils (4-9) in Lewiston, 25-14, 23-25, 25-9, 25-16.

Ella Gahagan had three aces and four digs for Lewiston. Nadifo Heban had four digs, four kills and three blocks in the loss. Mika Torres added four assists, two digs and a kill.

In junior varsity action, Lewiston swept Westbrook in two sets, 25-7, 27-25.

MT. BLUE 2, OXFORD HILLS 0: Grace Allen and Morgan Hersey scored third-quarter goals to break a scoreless stalemate at halftime as the Cougars (9-5) vaulted the Vikings (3-9-1) in Farmington.

Lily Huntley assisted on Allen’s goal and Mikayla Wilcox set up Hersey’s tally.

Spanish exchange student Elsa Perez made one save in the first half of her first varsity start for Mt. Blue after learning the sport in September. Freshman Gwen Lesperance made one save of her own in the second half.

Gabby Wright stopped 11 shots for Oxford Hills.

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