POLAND — Breanna Bartlett scored 22 points, capped by a go-ahead 3-pointer in overtime, as Poland outlasted Old Orchard Beach 57-54 in a Western Maine Conference girls basketball game Saturday.

Alaina Hamlin added 11 points for the Knights (9-6), who tied the game at 52-52 when Thea Thornton made a 3-pointer with 33 seconds left in regulation.

Phoebe Paradis helped secure the win with a putback in overtime.

Sarah Davis paced the Seagulls (5-8) with 19 points. Tessa Ferguson scored 15.

ST. DOMINIC 47, LISBON 11: Charli Apodaca delivered a game-high 21 points as the Saints (8-5) picked up a win over the Greyhounds (0-13) in Lisbon.

Avery Gravel added 12 points for St. Dom’s.


Delaney McGrath led Lisbon with four points and Riley Kuietauskas recorded three.

WINTHROP 42, WAYNFLETE 35: Madeline Wagner got 16 of her 25 points in the second half as the Ramblers (9-4) rallied past the host Flyers (10-4) in Portland.

Lucy Hart led Waynflete with 17 points.

MARANACOOK 66, OAK HILL 29: Natalie Mohlar scored 28 points to lead the Black Bears to the win in Readfield.

Celia Bergdahl and Cooper Davis each added 12 points for Maranacook (9-5).

Mackenzee Wardwell led Oak Hill (1-11) with 11 points while Audrey McElhaney had six.


SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 63, TELSTAR 28: Jaydn and Jazmine Pingree sparked the Phoenix (11-2) to a road victory over the Rebels (5-8) in Bethel.

Jaydn Pingree posted a game-high 23 points on 11 field goals, and Jazmine Pingree finished with 18 points. Avery Bessey hit two 3-pointers and added eight points and Aubrey Kachnovich scored seven for Spruce Mountain.

Morgan Zetts led Telstar with 16 points.

BUCKFIELD 46, WISCASSET 36: Freshman Brayden Monto hit three 3-poitners and scored 18 points for the Bucks (6-8) in their victory over the Wolverines (8-6) in Buckfield.

Justin Lucas contributed 10 points to the win, and Braden Cousineau had six points.

Freshman Landin Shirey led Wiscasset’s balanced scoring with nine points, while four of his teammates tallied six apiece: Jevar Garricks, Ishmael Martinez, Spencer Pinkham-Smith and Alex Richard.


MOUNTAIN VALLEY 84, LISBON 39: Jake New scored 22 points in the Falcons’ (6-7) victory over the Greyhounds (1-13) in Rumford.

Tanner Henry hit four 3-pointers and scored 18 points, and Dylan Theriault made three treys and had 15 points for Mountain Valley.

DeSean Trufant was Lisbon’s top scorer with eight points, while Keeghan Morrissette added eight and Lincoln Matthews scored seven.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 62, POLAND 57: Brady Plante made five 3-pointers and finished with 24 points, and the Seagulls (6-6) withstood a furious fourth-quarter rally by the Knights (3-11) in Old Orchard Beach.

Poland’s Nick Jamo scored 12 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter as the Knights tried to climb back from a 44-26 deficit entering the final eight minutes. Travis West added 17 points and Damon Martin had 11 for Poland.

Levi Perrone reached double figures for OOB with 11 points.


RANGELEY 71, NORTH HAVEN 47: Sam Morrill’s 22 points led the Lakers (4-9) to their second win in as many days over the Hawks (0-10) in Rangeley.

Anthony Whittier and Brayden Thompson each added 18 points for Rangeley, which defeated North Haven 81-53 on Friday.

Bret Waterman tallied a game-high 25 points for the Hawks.

ST. DOMINIC 57, TELSTAR/GOULD 27: Campbell Perryman paced a balanced offense as the Saints (13-0) remained unbeaten with a Class D South road win over the Rebels (4-10) in Bethel.

Perryman poured in a game-high 13 points, Kai Taylor dropped in 11, Donel Tangilamesu and Jack Brocke each scored 10 and Logan Carey chipped in eight.

Brody Morgan led Telstar/Gould with seven points, and Reiley Hedden and Wyatt Lilly scored five apiece.


LEAVITT/GRAY-NG/OAK HILL/POLAND 5, KENNEBUNK/WELLS 2: Breck Langevin recorded a goal and an assist as Leavitt/Gray-NG/Oak Hill/Poland (8-3) beat Kennebunk/Wells (3-8) at Alfond Forum in Biddeford.

Luke Gladu, Parker Pelletier, Connor Boulay and Isaac Ormberg also scored for the Kings. Brody Emond had two assists, and Kings goalie Ian Guerin made 13 saves.

Weston Church tallied a goal and an assist for Kennebunk/Wells. Benjamin Urban scored the other goals and Richard Pocius stopped 31 shots.

CHEVERUS/YARMOUTH 4, EDWARD LITTLE 2: David Swift and Andrew Cheever each tallied a goal and an assist as Class B Cheverus/Yarmouth (8-2) scored four straight goals after an early deficit to down the Class A Red Eddies (5-6-1) at Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn.

Breccan Albert scored early on the power play for Edward Little, with Braydin Gatto and Andrew Clements. Swift scored unassisted on the man advantage late in the first and he and Cheever assisted on Colby Carnes’ goal just over a minute later to give Cheverus/Yarmouth a 2-1 lead.

The visitors added to that on a Quinn McCoy goal assisted by John Weinrich in the second period and a Cheever goal assisted by Cooper Jacobs and Owen Cheever late in the third. Andrew Clements scored from Brooks Hefty on the power play with seven seconds left in the game.


Ethan Tucker made 23 saves for Cheverus/Yarmouth and Camren Dufour stopped 22 shots for Edward Little.

YARMOUTH/FREEPORT 4, EDWARD LITTLE/LEAVITT/POLAND 0: The Clippers (13-3) got goals from four players and blanked Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland (6-8) at Travis Roy Arena in Yarmouth.

Isabel Peters had a goal and an assist, and Avery Buchanan, Sophie Smith and Rosie Paneka also scored. Elle Grondin needed only four saves for the shutout.

Izzy Jalbert recorded 31 saves for the Red Hornets.

ST. DOMINIC 7, MT. ARARAT/LISBON/MORSE/MEDOMAK 0: Gabby Allen and Avianna D’Auteuil scored two goal each and the Saints (9-7) shut out the Eagles (1-14) at Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn.

Lily Fortin added a goal and two assists, Lauren Hanlon and Aiva Dorman also scored, and Maia Cote provided an assist for St. Dom’s. Alana Wheeler secured the shutout in goal.

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