FARMINGTON — Tyler Abell shot Mt. Blue to a big first quarter in its 68-56 Class A North boys basketball victory over Skowhegan on Saturday.

Abell made four of his seven 3-pointers in the opening quarter, during which the Cougars (14-2) built a 25-12 lead.

Abell finished with 22 points. Evans Sterling led Mt. Blue with 24 points, while Nolan Leso added 10.

The Rivers Hawks’ Adam Fitzgerald made four 3s and scored a game-high 26 points.

CARRABEC 63, RANGELEY 19: The Cobras rolled to a 37-5 halftime lead en route to their sixth straight win in North Anson.

Pete Vicneire had a game-high 15 points for Carrabec (12-5), and Jackson Newton had nine points.


Brayden Thompson and Anthony Whittier had seven points each for Rangeley (5-11).

FOREST HILLS 36, BUCKFIELD 29: Buckfield took a lead in the fourth quarter but couldn’t add to its advantage in a 36-29 loss to Forest Hills in an East-West Conference matchup in Jackman.

Kelsey Rancourt scored 14 points as the Tigers (12-5) outscored the Bucks 8-0 in the fourth quarter.

Addison Stevens-Belanger scored nine points, all on 3-pointers, for the Bucks (7-9).

MT. VIEW 52, MT. ABRAM 36: Madison Bennett scored a game-high 15 points as the Mustangs (12-4) pulled away from the Roadrunners (5-10) in Salem Township.

Arianna Bradeen and Savannah Lorenz scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, for Mt. View, which took control with a 17-7 second quarter.


Jenna Osgood led Mt. Abram with 10 points, while McKenzie Contreras and Bailea Haines each chipped in with six.

KENTS HILL 39, OAK HILL 31: Lucy McDonald scored 15 points as the Huskies (2-13) won in Readfield.

Kents Hill shut out Oak Hill 10-0 in the fourth quarter.

Audrey McElhaney scored a game-high 18 points for Oak Hill (1-15).

FRYEBURG/LAKE REGION/OXFORD HILLS 5, BREWER/LAWRENCE/SKOWHEGAN 3: The Ice Cats (5-7) overcame a strong start by the Witches (5-7-1) to earn a win at Chalmers Ice Arena in Bridgton.

Brewer/Lawrence/Skowhegan scored the first three goals, including two 17 seconds apart by Grady Vandistine.


Fryeburg/Lake Region/Oxford Hills began its comeback with a goal by Cohen Carter with 21 seconds left in the first.

Gunner Truman and Kadan Neureuther each scored in the second period to even the score, and Willie Svinhufvud and Mark Mageles added third-period goals.

Carter and Truman tallied two assists apiece, while Neureuther and Mageles each had one.

Grant Cram scored the Witches’ first goal. Dom Stecher, Josh Hitchings and Baylon Cram each recorded an assist.

Ice Cats goalie Charlie Herrick stopped 26 of the 29 shots he faced, while Ethan Hanscom made 29 saves for the Brewer co-op.

THORNTON ACADEMY 3, EDWARD LITTLE 1: The Golden Trojans (10-2) had three different goal-scorers in the win over the Red Eddies (5-8-1) at Biddeford Ice Arena in Biddeford.


After Peyton Dyer scored for Edward Little early in the first, Nick Downing evened the game later in the period for Thornton Academy.

Jake Marcotte scored in the second period and Gavin Pellerin had a third-period goal for the Golden Trojans.

Avery Tyler and Braydin Gatto had assists for the Red Eddies.

Drew Johnson made 17 saves for Thornton and Camren Dufour had 31 saves in the loss.


WINSLOW/GARDINER/CONY/LAWRENCE/MESSALONSKEE/MARANACOOK/ERSKINE/MT. BLUE 4, GREELY/GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Elliotte Podey scored twice for the Black Tigers (9-9) in the win over the Rangers (1-16-1) at the Camden National Bank Ice Vault in Hallowell.


Abby Allen and Katie Bedard each had a goal.

Allie Dominski scored for the Rangers.

Lily Bedard made 12 saves for the win and Charley Louie stopped 37 shots in the loss.

ST. DOM’S 2, BRUNSWICK 1: Emily Andrews and Moira Craig scored first-period shorthanded goals in the Saints’ (11-7) win over the Dragons (9-9) at Sid Watson Arena in Brunswick.

Aiva Dorman, Lauren Hanlon, Gabby Allen and Lilly Fortin all had assists for St. Dom’s.

Lily Calderwood had a third-period tally for Brunswick.

Alana Wheeler stopped 24 shots in the win and Hensleigh Labonte stopped 17 shots in the loss.

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