Wednesday, April 23, 2014
From Staff Reports
GORHAM — Cam Brown and Tanner McClure each had a goal and an assist as Bonny Eagle scored three times during the first period Monday, and then held off Westbrook in a boys’ hockey game.
Bonny Eagle’s Justin Miles tries to maneuver between Westbrook’s David Redmond, left, and Elijah Doucette in Monday’s boys’ hockey game at Gorham. The Scots won 3-2, scoring all their goals in the first period.
Photos by Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer
Bonny Eagle’s Tanner McClure shoots the puck before Westbrook’s Matthew Kelly can defend. McClure scored a first-period goal for the Scots.
Brown and McClure scored 23 seconds apart as the Scots (2-10-1) took a 2-0 lead 3:20 into the game. Nate Hagerman scored the eventual winner at 13:28, putting back a rebound from a battle in front of the net.
Caleb Kent scored for the Blue Blazes (3-9), and then assisted on Darian Doucette’s goal six minutes into the third period.
MASSABESIC 59, MARSHWOOD 58: Dawson Renaud saved his only points of the game for when they counted most, heaving in a 30-foot 3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Mustangs (4-10) a victory over the Hawks (5-9) in South Berwick.
The Mustangs had inbounded the ball from under their basket with 10 seconds left, and worked the ball upcourt for the successful final shot.
Cale Thornton led Massabesic with 14 points. Noah Gerry added 13 points, and Bryson Murry 12. Drew Bartlett had 15 for the Hawks and Brady Innis 13.
SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 55, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 33: Isaac LaCroix finished with 19 points and Caleb LaCroix added 10 to lead the Guardians (8-6) past the Lions (2-15) at Saco.
Ethan Spaulding paced GPC with 13 points with David Davol and Mason Jones chipping in eight points each.
OXFORD HILLS 72, SKOWHEGAN 39: Dalton Rice scored 19 points and Andrew Fleming added 16 as the Vikings (10-5) cruised to a KVAC A win in Skowhegan,
Issac Witham scored a team-high 12 points for the Indians (1-13).
SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 45, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 30: Kylene DeSmith sank a pair of second-quarter 3-pointers as the Guardians (7-7) expanded a 9-3 lead against the Lions (5-10) to 23-7 at the half in Saco.
DeSmith finished with 18 points; Laken Kerrigan added 10 for the Guardians. Ashlee Dawson’s 15 led the Lions.
WISCASSET 50, LISBON 34: Alecia Faulkingham led a Wolverines defense that held Lisbon (5-10) to 19 points over the first three quarters in Wiscasset.
Kayla Gordon scored 14 for Wiscasset (5-11), Brianna Goud 13 and Faulkingham 11. Adrianna White’s 13 led the Greyhounds.
LINCOLN 41, MEDOMAK VALLEY 28: Gabrielle Wajer scored 11 points, and Jennifer Genthner and Taylor Oliver 10 each to pace the Eagles (13-2) during a victory over Medomak Valley (9-6) in Newcastle.
Maggie Cox’s 11 topped the Panthers.
MT. ABRAM 47, TELSTAR 39: Alex Harnden scored 17 points and Brooke-Lyn Millbury added 14 for the Roadrunners (2-13) in a win over the Rebels (2-13) at Salem.
Becca Howard had 14 points for Telstar, which erased an eight-point halftime deficit and took the lead late in the third quarter before Mt. Abram regained control. Tori Ryerson chipped in with 11 points.
BOOTHBAY 44, HALL-DALE 41: Morgan Crocker scored a game-high 25 points and Sara Durgan added nine to lead Boothbay to the overtime victory in Farmingdale.
Gagney O’Brien scored five points for Boothbay (7-9), which led 18-16 at the half.
Eva Shepherd and Allison Crockett each scored nine points to pace the Bulldogs (9-6).
PINE TREE ACADEMY 57, HEBRON ACADEMY 22: Alex Goodman finished with 21 points and Allison Verrill added 12 points to lead the Breakers (11-3) past the Lumberjacks (1-11) at Freeport.
Atupele Machika led Hebron Academy with 10 points.
GREELY 7, BRUNSWICK 1: Danita Storey and Emilee McGillicuddy netted two goals as the Rangers (11-4) topped the Dragons (2-13) in Auburn.
Storey and McGillicuddy each scored in the second period for a 2-0 lead. After Tessa Cassidy opened the third period with a Brunswick goal, McGillicuddy and Storey countered for a 4-1 lead. Ellie Schad, Maura Verrill and Erin Molloy then added goals.
Claire Mendes had 39 saves for the Dragons, and Nica Todd stopped four shots for Greely.
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Westbrook’s Mike Kelly skates with the puck as Bonny Eagle’s Cam Brown moves in to defend. The Blue Blazes rallied in the last two periods, but fell a goal short.