AUBURN — Kai Taylor was the leading scorer for St. Dom’s in a 76-29 Class D South boys basketball victory over Telstar/Gould on Thursday.

Taylor, a freshman, poured in a game-high 18 points, while Taylor Varney tallied 14 points for the Saints (3-0).

The Rebels’ (1-3) top contributor was Reiley Hedden, who scored 10 of the 29 points. Brody Morgan chipped in eight points.

DIRIGO 68, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 40: Travis Wright led the Cougars’ charge against the Panthers with 21 points, taking the home win in Dixfield.

Nathaniel Wainwright scored 18 points and Trevor Crosby tallied 15 points for Dirigo (3-0).

Nate Oney finished with 16 points for North Yarmouth Academy (1-3), and Brayden Kloza contributed 10 points.


FOREST HILLS 65, BUCKFIELD 52: Blaine Nadeau and Cooper Deagle combined to score more than half of the Tigers’ points, tallying 22 each, in their win over the Bucks in Buckfield.

Also for Forest Hills (5-0), Braden Welch contributed seven points and Jaxson Desjardins finished with six points.

Krosby Harvey scored 18 points for Buckfield (2-2), and was followed Brayden Monto with 15 points of his own.

LINCOLN ACADEMY 84, LISBON 23: Gabriel Hagar scored 23 points, leading the Eagles to victory over the Greyhounds in Lisbon.

Lucas Houghton added 14 points for Lincoln Academy (4-0) and Drew Hunt finished with 10.

Devin Kolarik was Lisbon’s (0-5) top scorer with six points. Keeghan Morrissette and DeSean Trufant both chipped in five points.


LEAVITT 81, POLAND 44: The Hornets’ win over the Knights in Poland was led by Zack Wallingford, who scored 18 points.

Aiden Turcotte and Colin Schlobohm contributed 14 points apiece for Leavitt (2-2), and Riley Meisner rounded out the double-digit scoring with 11 points.

Damon Martin led the charge for Poland (0-4) with 14 of the 44 points.

SCARBOROUGH 47, LEWISTON 27: Carter Blanche tallied 18 points, including five 3-pointers, and the Red Storm (3-1) beat the Blue Devils (0-4) in Scarborough.

Liam Garriepy added 15 points.

Lonnie Thomas tossed in 14 points for Lewiston.


GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 83, LAKE REGION 39: Nate Hebert locked in 33 points for the Patriots in their victory over the Lakers in Naples.

Jonny Patenaude tallied 13 points for Gray-New Gloucester (4-1) and Aiden Hebert brought in 11.

Brock Gibbons scored 20 points for Lake Region (2-2) and Jackson Libby added 15.

MONMOUTH 56, WAYNFLETE 36: Sammy Calder put the most points on the board for the Mustangs (4-1), with 20, and also contributed 10 rebounds and six assists in the win over the Flyers (3-1) in Monmouth.

Levi Laverdiere contributed 16 points, and Lucas Harmon tallied ten rebounds for Monmouth.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 49, MORSE 29: Jayden Pingree got 16 of her 23 points in the first half as the Phoenix (2-0) opened a 28-10 halftime margin and handled the visiting Shipbuilders (0-4) in Jay.


Haley Kirkpatrick led Morse with 23 points, 13 in the second half.

LINCOLN ACADEMY 64, LISBON 8: Mariam DeLisle finished with 17 points for the Eagles, leading them to victory in Newcastle.

Margaret Thompson also tallied double-digits with 10 points for Lincoln Academy (4-0).

Lisbon’s (0-4) eight points were split across four players — Kasie Booker, Delaney McGrath, Riley Kuietauskas and Leah Barry — who each scored a 2-pointer.

BRUNSWICK 47, EDWARD LITTLE 38: Kyra Fortier and Lexi Morin scored 12 points apiece as the Dragons (4-0) defeated the Red Eddies (2-3) in Brunswick.

Tess Robbins scored 13 points for Edward Little.


GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 66, LAKE REGION 38: Ella Kenney scored 21 points for the Patriots, with 11 in the third quarter, leading them to a win over the Lakers in Gray.

Izzy Morelli added 18 points for Gray-New Gloucester (4-1) and Ali Portas contributed 14.

Margo Tremblay finished with 16 points for Lake Region (2-2) and Ava Smith chipped in nine.

SCARBOROUGH 58, LEWISTON 51: Caroline Hartley finished with 19 points against the Blue Devils to lead the Red Storm to a home victory in Scarborough.

Ellie Rummelhart tallied the second-most points for Scarborough (4-0), with 17.

Ellie Legare scored the most points for Lewiston (3-1), with 16, and Koral Morin scored 14.

BRUNSWICK 8, MT. ARARAT/LISBON/MORSE/MEDOMAK VALLEY 0: Lauren Labbe’s hat trick helped lead the Dragons to the rivalry victory over the Eagles at Watson Arena in Brunswick.

Allie Tathum tallied two goals and Natalie Perham, Gillian Countway and Lisi Palmer each scored one for Brunswick.

Hensleigh Labonte stopped all three shots she faced for the shutout, while Riley Waters made 33 saves for the Eagles.

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