January 30

High school roundup: Greely sends Camden Hills to first boys’ hockey loss

The Rangers skate to a 7-2 victory.

From staff reports

ROCKPORT — Defenseman Brian Storey had three goals and as assist Wednesday night as Greely sent Camden Hills to its first schoolboy hockey loss of the season, scoring five straight goals to break a tie and earn a 7-2 victory.

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CeCe Hancock of Lake Region drives past Ashley Richardson of Freeport during Lake Region’s 56-38 victory in a Western Maine Conference game Wednesday night.

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Reid Howland added a goal and two assists for Greely (5-5-3), which scored three times in the final nine minutes of the second period to pull away from a 2-2 tie.

Andrew Ray, Aidan Black and Tommy Thompson also scored for the Rangers. Grayson Szumilas and James Annis answered for Camden Hills (9-1-1).


SCARBOROUGH 8, GREELY 0: Sami Shoebottom had a pair of unassisted goals and Brenna Kent added two assists as the Red Storm (18-0) capped the sport’s first perfect regular season since Cheverus in 2010 by beating the Rangers (10-5) at Cumberland.


SACOPEE VALLEY 42, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 35: Alex Fenderson scored 12 points for the Hawks (5-9), who took a 15-7 first-quarter lead and beat the Guardians (8-7) at South Hiram.

Blake Truworthy added 10 points for Sacopee Valley. Isaac LaCroix led Seacoast Christian with 17.


WAYNFLETE 61, HEBRON ACADEMY 33: Juliana Harwood had 14 points, six assists, six rebounds and six steals to pace the Flyers (9-6) against the Lumberjacks (1-12) at Portland.

Dana Peirce added 13 points, Helen Gray-Bauer scored 10 and Leigh Fernandez had seven assists for Waynflete.

LAKE REGION 56, FREEPORT 38: Tiana-Jo Carter scored 18 points to lead the Lakers (14-1) over the Falcons (5-10) at Freeport.

SACOPEE VALLEY 31, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 17: The Hawks (7-8) held the Guardians (9-6) to four points through three quarters at South Hiram.

CHEVERUS 63, BIDDEFORD 22: Jess Willerson scored 14 points to lead the Stags (11-4) against the Tigers (2-13) at Portland.

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