December 8, 2012

Girls' Roundup: Lake Region uses late surge to deny Poland

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Shannon Todd added 12 points, and Marquis MacGlashing had 10 rebounds and seven blocks for York, which jumped out to a 24-2 first-quarter lead.

Skye Dole paced Fryeburg with 23 points.

FREEPORT 66, NYA 4: Nina Davenport scored 22 points as the Falcons handled the Panthers at Yarmouth.

GARDINER 56, MORSE 43: Allyson Day scored 15 points, and Taylor Banister and Kylee Granholm added 12 apiece as the Tigers downed the Shipbuilders at Bath.

Megan Hixon had 14 points and Signe Ostergaard contributed 12 for Morse.

WISCASSET 53, TELSTAR 32: Briana Goud scored 21 points for the Wolverines, who took a 15-6 first-quarter lead over the Rebels and pulled away at Bethel.

MARANACOOK 54, MEDOMAK VALLEY 43: Maranacook opened with a 19-1 run and held off the Panthers at Waldoboro.

Sarah Clough made five 3-pointers and had 19 points for the Black Bears.

Hannah Griffin and Hannah Marks scored 10 points apiece for Medomak.

CAMDEN HILLS 61, WATERVILLE 34: Jordon Knowlton scored 18 points to lead the Windjammers over the Purple Panthers at Waterville.

OCEANSIDE 45, WINSLOW 35: Kennadi Grover scored 27 points and Hannah Plourde added 12 to lead Oceanside at Winslow.

HOCKEY

GORHAM/BONNY EAGLE 8, CAPE ELIZABETH/WAYNFLETE 5: Rachel Litif scored five goals and Maddy Hamblen made 36 saves for Gorham/Bonny Eagle (2-1) in a win at USM Ice Arena.

Charlotte Smith contributed a goal and two assists, Mackenzie Collins and Shayla Wing also scored, and Victoria Richards had two assists.

Julia Ginder scored three goals for Cape/Waynflete (1-2-1), which also got a goal and two assists from Emily Spidle. Kate Ewald scored the other goal.

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