January 9, 2013

Girls' Roundup: Lakers put dent in York's record

From staff reports

YORK - Tiana-Jo Carter and CeCe Hancock each scored 11 points as Lake Region handed York its first loss of the season, a 37-30 win in a Western Maine Conference girls' basketball game Tuesday night.

The Lakers (8-1) held a small lead through most of the second half in the defensive battle and pulled ahead from the free-throw line in the fourth.

Emily Campbell led York (8-1) with 12 points.

 

SOUTH PORTLAND 68, SANFORD 63: Brianne Maloney went 6 of 7 from the foul line while scoring 10 of her 21 points in overtime to lift the Red Riots (7-2) over the Spartans (5-3) at Sanford.

Danica Gleason led South Portland with 27 points. The Red Riots trailed by two before making a layup in the final seconds of regulation to force overtime.

Sanford was paced by Samantha Adams and Heather LeBlanc with 14 points apiece.

 

THORNTON ACADEMY 41, MARSHWOOD 30: Olivia Shaw scored 13 points and Abby Strickland was 7 of 9 from the line to help the Golden Trojans (6-3) beat the Hawks (3-6) at Saco.

Shaw also collected eight rebounds for the Trojans.

 

GORHAM 41, WINDHAM 23: Lexi Merrifield finished with 16 points and 11 rebounds to lift the Rams (5-4) over the Eagles (4-5) at Gorham.

Kristin Ross added 11 points and 11 rebounds for Gorham, which led 17-10 at halftime and extended the lead to 11 going into the fourth quarter.

Windham was led by Haley Batchelder with seven points.

 

MEDOMAK VALLEY 40, WINSLOW 30: Sammi Griffin scored 14 points to lead the Panthers (3-6) over the Black Raiders (3-6) at Waldoboro.

Medomak Valley was 10 of 13 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to pull away.

 

DEERING 47, BIDDEFORD 14: Marissa MacMillan scored 10 points to lead the Rams (9-1), who opened the game on a 12-1 run and cruised to a win over the Tigers (2-8) at Portland.

Sami Mack added nine points for Deering.

The Tigers were led by Laciann Gilblair's five points.

 

HYDE 40, HEBRON ACADEMY 24: Freshman Chloe Blaylock scored 12 points to help the Phoenix improve to 7-0 with a win over the host Lumberjacks (2-3).

 

MCAULEY 86, MASSABESIC 44: Sarah Clement scored 25 points and hauled in 10 rebounds as the Lions (9-0) defeated the Mustangs (1-8) at Waterboro.

Allie Clement scored a game-high 26 points for the Lions.

For the Mustangs, Erica Guimond scored 16.

 

GREELY 58, TRAIP ACADMY 41: Jaclyn Storey scored 26 points for Greely (8-1) as it beat Traip (3-6) at Kittery. Ashley Storey added 19 for Greely.

Traip got 14 points from Kendra Kagiliery.

 

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 55, FALMOUTH 48: Haylee Cote scored a game-high 23 points, including four 3-pointers, to lift the Patriots (6-2) to a win at Falmouth.

Maria Valente added 13 points for Gray-NG, which built a 30-21 halftime lead and held on for the win.

The Yachtsmen (4-5) were paced by Anna Hickey, who made five 3-pointers and finished with 19 points.

 

RANGELEY 64, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 18: Blayke Morin scored 14 points to help the Lakers (6-0) defeat the Lions (5-1) at South Portland.

Morin scored eight points in the second quarter as the Lakers took control with a 25-4 run.

Seve Deery-Deraps added 13 points for Rangeley.

 

MT. ARARAT 60, HAMPDEN ACADEMY 30: Mallory Nelson scored 26 points, including 14 from the line, to lead the Eagles (9-0) over the Broncos (0-9) at Hampden.

Mt. Ararat opened the game with a 22-3 run. Kristy Willey and Caitlin LaFountain added 15 points apiece for Mt. Ararat.

Laura Marquis had 10 points for Hampden.

 

CAPE ELIZABETH 44, WELLS 35: Kisa Tabery scored 17 points to lead the Capers (4-5) over the Warriors (3-6) at Wells.

Tabery led the Capers' 13-4 run in the second quarter with eight points. Wells rallied to challenge, but Cape inched ahead at the line in the fourth quarter with Marlo Dell'Aquila hitting 5 of 7 attempts.

Alison Furness scored 16 points for the Warriors.

 

BONNY EAGLE 43, WESTBROOK 41: Caitlyn Hawxwell scored 11 points, including three 3-pointers, and Shannon Sanborn added nine points and 10 rebounds as the Scots (3-7) edged the Blue Blazes (3-5) at Standish.

Bonny Eagle led by as many as six points in the fourth quarter and never relinquished the lead.

Paige Baldwin finished with 14 points and Emily Blackmore scored 11 for the Blue Blazes.

 

POLAND 58, YARMOUTH 35: Brittina Maheux sank a pair of early 3-pointers, sparking a 19-7 first-period run for the Knights (4-5) against the Clippers (0-9) at Yarmouth.

Maheux finished with 11 points. Lindsey Theriault led the Knights with 14 points; Michaella Arsenault added 11. Grace O'Donnell scored 12 for Yarmouth.

 

WAYNFLETE 50, OLD OR-CHARD BEACH 38: Anne Veroneau sank a pair of 3-pointers as the Flyers (7-2) widened an eight-point third-period lead over the Seagulls (6-3) to 17 entering the final quarter at Old Orchard Beach.

Anne Veroneau had 13 points. Daphne Allen got 13 for OOB.

 

FREEPORT 45, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 42: Nina Davenport's 22 points led the Falcons (5-3) past the Raiders (2-7) in Fryeburg.

The Falcons, ahead 22-18 at the half, used Davenport's six points and a 3-pointer by Leigh Wyman to widen the lead to 10 points entering the fourth period.

Kendra Fox scored 13 for Fryeburg, and Skye Dole had 10.

 

PORTLAND 62, KENNEBUNK 25: Brianna Holdren scored 27 points to lead the Bulldogs (3-7) over the Rams (1-9) at Kennebunk.

 

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