Wednesday, April 23, 2014
From staff reports
Nik Lemieux, Corey Brown and Kerry Crepeau scored two goals apiece Wednesday to lead Biddeford to a 6-2 victory against Portland/Deering in a schoolboy hockey game at the Portland Ice Arena.
The Tigers (10-8) took advantage of their power-play opportunities.
They had a man advantage four times and came away with three goals.
Mike Fuller and Steve Barry scored for the Bulldogs (6-10-1).
WINDHAM 2, LAKE REGION/FRYEBURG ACADEMY/OXFORD HILLS 1: Jack Gresh scored from Alex Whalen and Gage Chenard with 20 seconds remaining to lift the Eagles (5-11-1) over the IceCats (8-10) at Gorham.
Chenard scored a first-period goal for Windham.
Peter Misner answered in the second period for Lake Region/Fryeburg Academy/Oxford Hills.
CAPE ELIZABETH 4, MARANACOOK/WINTHROP 3: Jack Drinan had a goal and an assist as the Capers (7-10-1) used four unanswered goals in the first seven minutes of the second period to rally past the Hawks (6-11) at Kents Hill.
Gabe McGinn scored his first varsity goal for Cape Elizabeth. Curtis Guimond and Ben Ekedahl also scored for the Capers.
Bailey Clark had two goals for Maranacook/Winthrop.
CAMDEN HILLS 3, KENNEBUNK 2: Jack Orne scored two goals and then assisted on another as Camden Hills (13-3-1) defeated Kennebunk (10-7-1) at Rockport.
Orne scored twice in the first period, the opener coming just 54 seconds into the game. After the Rams got one goal back in the second, Grayson Szumilas regained the Windjammers’ two-goal edge, scoring with 52 seconds left in the second off an assist by Orne.
GREELY 6, GARDINER 3: Tommy Thompson had two goals and an assist to help Greely (8-7-3) past Gardiner (5-12) at Falmouth.
Joe Saffian had the lone goal of the first period to give the Rangers a lead.
Gardiner answered with three goals in the first nine minutes of the second, but Thompson and Thomas Eriksen scored short-handed goals in the final three minutes to tie it.
The Rangers closed the door with three unanswered goals in the third.
YARMOUTH 5, YORK 3: Isaak Deardon scored two goals to help the Clippers (10-5-1) defeat York (6-11) at Yarmouth.
Matt Madrid, Deardon and Noah Grondin scored in a 1:35 stretch of the third period for Yarmouth.
Madrid’s tying goal at 7:25 was his first career score.