POLAND — Damon Martin scored 20 points, Nick Jamo added 14 points, and Landon Cooper got four of his eight points in overtime to lift Poland to its first victory of the season, 59-53 over Sacopee Valley in a WMC boys basketball contest Saturday.

Martin made four 3-pointers, Jamo sank three and Alex Mains finished with a pair for the Knights (1-5).

Dylan Capano led the hawks (2-7) with 16 points, to go with 10 rebounds. Tyler Easterbrooks added 15 points, and Silas Nielsen tallied 12 points and 21 rebounds.

ST. DOMINIC 69, TRAIP ACADEMY 32: Taylor Varney led all scorers with 27 points as the Saints (5-0) defeated the Rangers (2-5) in Kittery.

Mason Laflamme chipped in with 11 points.

Nick Martine got half of Traip’s 32 points.


LAWRENCE 73, OXFORD HILLS 52: Dane Zawistowski had 22 points for the Bulldogs (4-3) in the win over the Vikings (3-4) in Fairfield.

Lucas Proctor dropped in 10 points in the win.

Brady Delamater led Oxford Hills with 20, and Brayden Murch had 11 points.

MT. ABRAM 93, TELSTAR/GOULD 61: The Roadrunners (7-0) exploded for 31 points in the first quarter to kick-start their victory over the Rebels (3-4) in Bethel.

Payton Mitchell poured in a game-high 32 points for Mt. Abram. Cam Grey added 16, Killian Pillsbury 12, Bryce Wilcox 10 and Logan Dube nine.

Reiley Hedden drained nine 3-pointers and scored 29 points for Telstar, and Brody Morgan finished with 12.


WINTHROP 59, LISBON 43: Carter Rivers scored a game-high 25 points to lead the Ramblers to the win in Winthrop.

Cody Cobb and Chan Ring each added eight points for Winthrop (4-2).

Owen Hurd scored 12 points for Lisbon (0-8) while Owen Booker had 11.

RANGELEY 70, VINALHAVEN 49: The Lakers (2-5) got off to a hot start and stayed ahead of the Vikings (0-8) in Vinalhaven.

Brayden Thompson scored a game-high 27 points for Rangeley, which led 23-4 after one quarter. Anthony Whittier and Sam Morrill pitched in with 15 and 10 points, respectively.

Hunter Hamilton paced Vinalhaven with 19 points and Anthony Roberts recorded 14.


GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 79, BIDDEFORD 54: Nate Hebert and John Patenaude combined for 51 points and 11 3-pointers as the Patriots (9-1) handled the Tigers (2-6) in Gray.

Hebert, who scored 18 of his 26 points in the third quarter, made six 3s. Patenaude finished with five 3s and 25 points.

Owen Sylvain and Peter Vitello each had 12 points for Biddeford.

DIRIGO 56, MONMOUTH ACADEMY 55: Nathaniel Wainwright scored a game-high 24 points as the Cougars (5-2) edged the Mustangs (6-2) in an MVC clash in Dixfield.

Wainwright scored 10 of those points from the free-throw line, including a streak of eight straight from the second to the fourth quarter after missing his first two. Dakota White added 11 points for Dirigo, and Travis Wright scored seven of his 10 points in the fourth, when the Cougars outscored the Mustangs 23-12.

Kyle Palleschi scored 17, Levi Laverdiere 14 and Sammy Calder 11 for Monmouth.


“One of the loudest games I’ve ever been a part of at Defoe Gymnasium,” Dirigo coach Cody St. Germain posted on social media after the game.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 56, OAK HILL 46: The Phoenix (6-1) clamped down on defense in the middle quarters to beat the Raiders (1-6) in Jay.

Eli Desmond scored eight of his team-high 10 points in the first quarter for Oak Hill, which led 15-13 after the first eight minutes. Spruce Mountain then held the Raiders to six and five points, respectively, in the second and third quarters, to take a 47-26 lead.

Jace Bessey scored a game-high 14 points and Ian York added 11 points for the Phoenix.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 63, BOOTHBAY 46: Tanner Henry drained seven 3-pointers as part of his game-high 29 points as the Falcons (3-5) rallied past the Seahawks (2-9) in Rumford.

Jake New added 14 points for Mountain Valley, which trailed by four at halftime, then took a one-point lead into the fourth quarter before pulling away.


Tyson French and Finn Harkins poured in 14 points apiece for Boothbay.

LEAVITT 30, BELFAST 27: Mason Henderson scored six of his team-high eight points in the fourth quarter as the Hornets (3-6) took the long road trip and rallied past the Lions (0-7) in Belfast.

Aiden Turcotte scored all six of his points across the second and third quarters, when Leavitt regrouped from a three-point first quarter and drew within 22-21 heading into the fourth.

Zack Wallingford’s 3-pointer was the lone points for the Hornets in the first quarter, and he also added a basket in the fourth to finish with five points. In addition to his eight points, Henderson also pulled down eight rebounds.

Andrew Haas scored a game-high nine points for Belfast.

BELFAST 47, LEAVITT 43: The Lions (6-1) overcame a nine-point deficit in the final quarter to defeat the Hornets (3-5) in Turner.


Jaiden Philbrook paced Belfast with 15 points, while Julie Darres scored 10 and Maddie Deans hit two 3-pointers and finished with eight points. The Lions outscored Leavitt 17-4 in the fourth period.

The Hornets were led by Caitlyn McCoy’s 17 points, which included five 3-pointers. Gabby Smith added 11 points and Jordyn Boulay eight.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 44, WESTBROOK 37: Ella Kenney scored 20 points, including four 3-pointers, Ali Portas added 12, and the Patriots (8-2) withstood a fourth-quarter rally by the Blue Blazes (4-6) in Gray.

Kylie Young led Westbrook with 12 points. Taylar Hodge and Hattie Clark each finished with six.

POLAND 27, BIDDEFORD 24: Strong free-throw shooting, led by Thea Thornton, helped push the Knights (3-5) past the Tigers (4-5) in Poland.

Thornton scored a game-high 14 points, including 5 of 6 foul shots. Poland made 10 of 14 from the line.


Hannah Smith got six of her team-high eight points in the fourth quarter for Biddeford.

The Knights trailed 12-9 at halftime but took the lead with a 14-4 third quarter.

ST. DOMINIC 53, TRAIP ACADEMY 26: Charli Apodaca and Piper Croteau were an inside-outside scoring tandem for the Saints (5-1), combining for 37 points in a win over the Rangers (0-8) at Kittery.

Apodaca led St. Dom’s with 21 points, including five 3-pointers. Croteau finished with 16.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 68, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 26: Jaydn Pingree tallied 19 points, leading Spruce Mountain to victory over Mountain Valley in Rumford.

Aubrey Kachnovich added another 16 points and Avery Bessey chipped in 13 points for the Phoenix (5-1).


Brooke Bennett contributed seven points for the Falcons (1-5).

EDWARD LITTLE 2, FALMOUTH 1: Brooks Hefty scored in overtime to give the Red Eddies (2-5) a win over the Navigators (4-4) at Family Ice Center in Falmouth.

Hefty had one of the two assists on Avery Tyler’s late first-period goal to give Edward Little a 1-0 lead. Peyton Dyer also had an assist, as well as one on Hefty’s tally.

Henry Whiting scored for Falmouth on the man advantage with 40 seconds remaining in the third period. Jack Turgeon and Jacoby Porter had the helpers.

Camren Dufour made 31 saves in the win and Brandon White stopped 11 shots in the loss.

PORTLAND/SOUTH PORTLAND/DEERING/WAYNFLETE 2, LEWISTON 1: Michael Zaccaria made 44 saves to lead the Beacons (5-4) to a win over the Blue Devils (5-1) at Troubh Ice Arena in Portland.


Toby Lappin had the game-winning goal in the third period and assisted on Lucas Milliken’s goal in the first to give the Beacons a 1-0 lead.

Dylan Blue scored shortly after Milliken’s goal to tie the contest for Lewiston. Ethan Blue had the helper.

Gabe Pomerleau made 15 saves for the Blue Devils.

PRESQUE ISLE 6, CONY/MONMOUTH/ERSKINE/MT. BLUE/RICHMOND 5: Garrett Letourneau had a hat trick and an assist for the Wildcats (4-2) in a win over the Rams (3-3) at The Forum in Presque Isle.

Issac Staples contributed two goals and two assists. Lucas Wood also scored, and Cooper Boinske and Mason Flenner each had two assists.

Ben Platt and Cooper Clark both recorded a goal and an assist for the Rams. Ray Dineen and Oliver Rodrigue had a goal apiece.


Ethan Bosse made 30 saves in the win. Landon Foster had 31 stops for the Cony co-op.

MT. BLUE WINS NOKOMIS TOURNEY: On the back on three individual champions and seven total finalists, Mt. Blue wrestled its way to the team title at the Nokomis Warrior Clash tournament in Newport.

The Cougars accumulated 185 points, beating out runner-up Dirigo (140.5).

Mt. Blue was led by weight-class champions Jace Woodrow (113 pounds), Noah Krzsyztofiak (120) and Dillon Gray (144).

Dirigo also had a trio of weight-class winners, in Caiden Skidgell (126), Hudson Lufkin (150) and Tanner Bradeen (165).

Oxford Hills took third, with 124 points. Chris Levesque won the 215-pound division.

Monmouth/Richmond placed fifth, with 84 points. Colt Saxon (132) and Tate Taylor (215) won the consolation finals in their respective weight classes to lead the team’s scoring.

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