GORHAM — Edward Little stretched its win streak to three games with a 1-0 victory over Scarborough in a Class A boys hockey game Thursday at USM Ice Arena.

Kellen Labelle set up Andrew Clements for the only goal of the game two minutes into the third period.

Red Eddies (4-5) goalie Camren Dufour stopped all 18 shots he faced, while Bryce Bellerose made 21 saves for the Red Storm (2-6).

BRUNSWICK 11, EDWARD LITTLE/LEAVITT/POLAND 3: Celeste Braillard tallied three goals and an assist, and the Dragons (6-4) rode a seven-goal first period to a win over Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland (6-5) at Watson Arena in Brunswick.

Lisi Palmer and Gillian Countway each scored twice. Loring Boak, Allie Tatham, Quinn McCormack and Solveig Ledwick each added a goal.

ST. DOMINIC 2, GREELY/GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1, OT: Avianna D’Auteuil’s unassisted goal in overtime gave the Saints (7-4) a win over Greely/Gray-New Gloucester (1-10-1).


St. Dom’s grabbed the lead on a goal by Aiva Dorman in the first period. Tacie Dougan tied it in the third period.

MT. BLUE 51, BREWER 43: Evans Sterling finished with 20 points for the undefeated Cougars, leading to a victory over the Witches in Brewer.

Tyler Abell added 13 points for Mt. Blue (9-0).

Steven Youngs contributed 15 points for Brewer (4-6) and Owen Fullerton added nine points.

CAPE ELIZABETH 84, POLAND 76: Alex Van Huystee scored 21 of his game-high 29 points in the second half as the Capers (2-6) rallied past the Knights (1-6) in Poland.

Eli Smith also had a big game offensively, scoring 28 points for Cape Elizabeth, which trailed 25-16 after one quarter and 42-38 at halftime.


Poland was paced by Anthony Warrern (22 points), Damon Martin (20) and Travis West (14).

HALL-DALE 70, OAK HILL 56: Eben Austin’s 21 points paced the Bulldogs (4-4) over the Raiders (1-8) in Wales.

Austin made three 3-pointers and scored 17 of his 21 points after halftime. Keegan Cary added 12 points for Hall-Dale.

Braden New was Oak Hill’s top scorer with 12 points, while Landen Denis scored 11 and Eli Desmond and Braden Dubuc finished with nine each.

YARMOUTH 52, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 46: Evan Hamm helped the Clippers (4-6) rally from a 15-point halftime deficit to defeat the Phoenix (7-2) in Jay.

Hamm scored 17 of his game-high 24 points in the second half, during which Yarmouth outscored Spruce Mountain 35-14.


Caden Frazier made three 3-pointers and led the Phoenix with 13 points, while Jace Bessey finished with 12.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 51, LISBON 36: Jake New led a balanced Falcons (4-5) attack in their victory over the Greyhounds (0-10) in Lisbon.

Tanner Henry added 11 points and Seneca Jones scored nine for Mountain Valley.

Owen Hurd and DeSean Trufant led Lisbon with nine points apiece.

MONMOUTH ACADEMY 64, MADISON 46: Sammy Calder surpassed 1,000 career points while lighting up the Bulldogs (6-2) and leading the Mustangs (7-2) to victory in Monmouth.

Calder finished with a game-high 27 points, which include making 8 of 9 free throw attempts. He also pulled down 16 rebounds. Kyle Palleschi added 10 points and Levi Laverdiere scored nine for Monmouth. The Mustangs seized control early in the game, outscoring Madison 38-25 in the first half and then 20-7 in the third quarter.


Nathan Cornforth led the Bulldogs with 19 points, while Brode Strout had 11.

BOOTHBAY 40, TELSTAR/GOULD 38: The Rebels (3-5) had a couple chances to win but their shots didn’t drop and they fell to the Seahawks (3-9) in Boothbay Harbor.

“(Reiley) Hedden had two clean looks from 3 in the last 20 seconds that didn’t go down,” Telstar/Gould coach Ryan Kimball said. “Tough, hard-fought game between two teams desperate for a win.”

Boothbay’s Finn Harker scored a game-high 26 points, including all seven of the Seahawks’ fourth-quarter points. Harker drained four 3-pointers. Luke Morley contributed nine points to the victory.

Wyatt Lilly made three 3s and led the Rebels with 13 points. Brody Morgan finished with seven and Hedden had five. Eight players scored for Telstar.

CHEVERUS 69, EDWARD LITTLE 39: Maddie Fitzpatrick finished with 21 points and seven assists, powering the Stags (11-0) past the Red Eddies (4-7) in Portland.


Anna Goodman added 12 points, and Ruth Boles and Megan Dearborn each scored nine. Boles also had five assists.

Jenny Chaput led Edward Little with 17 points.

POLAND 33, CAPE ELIZABETH 26: Charlotte Grenier scored 10 points to lead the Knights (4-5) past the Capers (0-9) in Poland.

Grace Callahan of Cape Elizabeth was the game’s high scorer with 12 points.

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