January 26

Schoolboy roundup: Greely upsets Gorham in hockey

The Rangers come away with a 2-1 victory.

From staff reports

GORHAM — Dylan Fried and Tommy Thompson each had a goal and an assist Saturday night to help Greely surprise Gorham with a 2-1 victory in a schoolboy hockey game at the University of Southern Maine.

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Cheverus goalie Jason Blier blocks a shot by Cam Dickson of Bangor during the third period of their schoolboy hockey game Saturday at Portland Ice Arena. Bangor scored the first three goals and held on for a 5-3 victory, improving its record to 7-1. Cheverus is 6-3-1.

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Keegan Thomas of Cheverus celebrates after scoring in the second period against Bangor. James Hannigan and James Kane also scored for the Stags.

Pete Hurley also assisted on Fried’s power-play goal that gave the Rangers (4-5-2) a 1-0 lead 11 minutes into the game. Thompson made it 2-0 six minutes into the second period before Dylan Turner scored for Gorham (7-3) on a power play with three minutes left in the second.

MT. ARARAT/LISBON 4, BONNY EAGLE 2: Jeremy Williams, Mark Abreau and Shane Pennell each had a goal and an assist to lead Mt. Ararat/Lisbon (7-6) over Bonny Eagle (1-10-1) at Gorham.

Ben Bishop also scored for Mt. Ararat/Lisbon. Justin Miles scored twice for the Scots.

BANGOR 5, CHEVERUS 3: Jake Fournier scored twice in the first period, and set up Owen Trundy two minutes into the second to open a 3-0 lead for Bangor (7-1) against the Stags (6-3-1) at Portland.

James Hannigan and Keegan Thomas sandwiched a pair of Cheverus goals around one by Sam Kenney of the Rams to narrow the margin to 4-2 entering the final period.

Nick Graham extended the lead to three goals 46 seconds into the third period before James Kane’s power-play goal at 2:38 completed the scoring.

KENNEBUNK 14, MASSABESIC/OLD ORCHARD BEACH 1: Bryce Fraser scored four goals to lead the Rams (7-3-1) past the Sea Stangs (0-10) at Biddeford.

Ryan and Brendan Keefe each added a pair of goals, and Bo Beveridge and Miles Eaton had three assists apiece.

SCARBOROUGH 3, ST. DOMINIC 2: Sam Dedian scored with 1:39 remaining to lift the Red Storm (8-2-1) over the Saints (6-4-1) at Auburn.

Matt Henderson gave Scarborough a 2-1 lead with a pair of second-period goals, scoring on a power play at 5:25, then striking at even strength 11 seconds later. Isaac Lapointe tied it for St. Dominic with 2:09 left in the period.

Dedian also had two assists and Ben Bragg made 21 saves for the Red Storm.

NOBLE/WELLS 7, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Dean Pratt had two goals and an assist to lead a balanced offense for the Knights (9-2) against the Red Riots (5-5) at Rochester, N.H.

Connor Pease, Noah Pease, Ryan Marsh and Kadin Lessard each had a goal and an assist. Chullainn Kelly also scored.

CAPE ELIZABETH 4, GARDINER 1: Dennis Frank had a goal and an assist to lead the Capers (3-8-1) over the Tigers (1-9) at Hallowell.

Cole Caswell, Curtis Guimond and Eli Breed also scored for Cape Elizabeth, which used two goals in the final 1:06 of the second period to break a 1-1 tie.

YARMOUTH 5, LEAVITT 0: Isaak Dearden scored twice and Walter Conrad collected three assists as the Clippers (6-3-1) downed the Hornets (4-7) at Yarmouth.

Nick Allen made seven saves to earn his first career shutout for Yarmouth, and Dylan Tureff and Christopher Romano each scored their first career goals.

BASKETBALL

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 57, FREEPORT 52: Andreas Kariotis had 15 points and 16 rebounds, leading the Patriots (3-11) over Freeport (1-13) at Gray.

Brendon Qualls of Freeport made six 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 26 points.

CHEVERUS 62, BIDDEFORD 31: Zordan Holman scored 14 points and Noah Stebbins added 12 to lead the Stags (7-7) over the Tigers (0-15) at Biddeford.

Cheverus led 21-20 at halftime, then outscored Biddeford 25-6 in the third quarter.

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