January 29

Schoolboy roundup: Greely survives boys’ basketball test

The Rangers pull away late from Fryeburg Academy.

From Staff Reports

FRYEBURG — Michael McDevitt scored 22 points and Greely used a big fourth quarter Tuesday night to pull away from Fryeburg Academy for a 45-32 victory in a Western Maine Conference schoolboy basketball game.

Conner Hanley added 12 points for the Rangers (14-1), who used an 18-5 run in the fourth quarter to break away from a 27-27 tie through the third.

Ryan Gullickson led Fryeburg (7-8) with 13 points.

FALMOUTH 81, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 49: Nick Burton scored 20 points to lead the Yachtsmen (14-1) past the Patriots (3-12) at Falmouth.

Tom Coyne had 18 points with four 3-pointers and Jack Simonds added 14 points for Falmouth. Samuel Johnson led Gray-New Gloucester with eight points.

BOOTHBAY REGION 59, HALL-DALE 43: John Hepburn scored 19 points and Evan Hepburn added 18 to pace the Seahawks (14-2) over the Bulldogs (8-8) in Farmingdale.

POLAND 57, CAPE ELIZABETH 45: Tyler Michaud and Alan Young scored 17 points each as Poland (7-8) overcame the Capers (10-4) at Cape Elizabeth.

Poland led 36-33 after three quarters, then scored nine of its 21 points in the fourth at the foul line. Eddie Galvin paced Cape with 13 points.

BRUNSWICK 60, SKOWHEGAN 35: Derek Devereaux scored a game-high 13 points to lead a balanced offense as the Dragons (10-5) cruised past Skowhegan (1-14) at Brunswick.

THORNTON ACADEMY 50, WESTBROOK 43: Quinn Richardson-Newton scored seven of his 11 points in the first quarter to lead the Golden Trojans (8-6) past the Blue Blazes (3-12) at Saco.

Kevin Barrett added 12 points for Thornton. Demetrious Hoskins led Westbrook with 18 points.

PORTLAND 64, WINDHAM 39: Jayvon Pitts-Young scored 16 points to lead the Bulldogs (15-0) over the Eagles (6-9) at Portland.

Matt Talbot had 15 points, 12 rebounds and three assists, and Stephen Alex pitched in eight points, six rebounds and four assists for Portland, which built a 31-14 halftime lead.

GORHAM 55, SOUTH PORTLAND 23: Sam Kilborn scored nine of his 18 points in the first quarter as the Rams (7-8) built a 16-5 lead against the Red Riots (6-8) at South Portland.

Billy Ruby and Nick Thibeault each finished with 10 points for Gorham, which extended a 25-12 halftime lead to 44-17 through three quarters.

KENNEBUNK 53, WELLS 46: Jack Lapham finished with 14 points, Nate Gilbert added 13 and Austin Sandler 12 as the Rams (5-10) defeated the Warriors (5-10) at Wells.

Jake Moody led Wells with 23 points and six steals.

SANFORD 63, NOBLE 60: Evyn Nolette scored a career-high 33 points, including seven 3-pointers, as the Spartans (10-5) held off the Knights (8-7) at Sanford.

Nolette scored 17 of Sanford’s 21 fourth-quarter points.

TRAIP ACADEMY 57, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 54: Brian Hippern went 4 of 4 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter as Traip Academy (4-11) held off Old Orchard Beach (10-5) at Kittery.

Colin Macomber led the Rangers with 15 points.

LAKE REGION 87, FREEPORT 54: Nate Smith had 22 points and the Lakers (8-7) made 13 3-pointers against the Falcons (1-14) at Naples.

Smith made three 3-pointers in the first quarter when the Lakers went ahead 24-10. Sam Smith scored 15 of his 17 points in the third quarter, including four 3-pointers.

WISCASSET 66, LISBON 63: Freshman Ethan James scored four points in overtime to lead the Wolverines (9-7) over the Greyhounds (10-6) at Wiscasset.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 72, LEAVITT 48: Nicholas DePatsy scored 17 points and Michael Wadsworth added 15 as Medomak Valley (8-7) defeated Leavitt (3-11) at Waldoboro.

OCEANSIDE 56, MORSE 47: David Gould scored 11 of his game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Mariners (13-2) over the Shipbuilders (12-4) at Rockland.

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