January 24

High school roundup: Sacopee Valley pulls away in boys’ basketball

The Hawks down A.R. Gould.

From staff reports

SOUTH HIRAM — Alex Fenderson scored 16 points Thursday night to lead Sacopee Valley to a 42-31 victory against A.R. Gould in a schoolboy basketball game.

Sacopee (4-8) led just 20-17 at halftime before pulling away from the Bears (0-12).

HYDE 65, PINE TREE ACADEMY 21: Warsame Mohamed (14 points) and Akim Sanni (16 points,10 rebounds) combined for 18 first-quarter points in pacing the Phoenix (10-1) to a 26-6 lead against Pine Tree Academy (4-11) at Bath.

GREENVILLE 51, RICHMOND 29: Howie Stone had 19 points as the Lakers (8-2) beat the Bobcats (9-5) at Richmond.

Matt DeAngelo added 12 points for Greenville.

Cameron Emmons had nine points for Richmond.

MONMOUTH ACADEMY 63, WISCASSET 49: Marcques Houston scored 14 points in the fourth quarter as the Mustangs (10-4) pulled away from the Wolverines (8-6) at Monmouth.

Houston finished with a game-high 21 points, Brandon Goff had 15 and Casey Smith added 11 for Monmouth.

Travis Padia had 12 points for Wiscasset.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

RICHMOND 38, GREENVILLE 7: Kelsea Anair had 11 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Bobcats (6-8) over the Lakers (3-7) at Richmond.

Meranda Martin scored six points and had eight steals, while Haley Murphy had eight rebounds for Richmond.

Grace Bilodeau and Molly Fenn each scored two points for Greenville.

MONMOUTH ACADEMY 52, WISCASSET 34: Sidney Wilson had 15 points as the Mustangs (9-5) beat the Wolverines (3-11) at Wiscasset.

Haley West and Paxton Lessard each added 11 points for Monmouth.

Kayla Gordon had 15 points for Wiscasset.

BOYS’ HOCKEY

YARMOUTH 4, PORTLAND/DEERING 2: Robert Murray had two goals and an assist for Yarmouth (5-3-1), which beat the Bulldogs (3-7-1) at Portland.

Murray, William Jacobs and Isaak Dearden scored to give the Clippers a 3-0 lead. Dominic Tocci and Curran Clere scored quick third-period goals to pull Portland/Deering within 3-2 just 2:31 into the period, but Murray countered with his second goal to make it 4-2.

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