Wednesday, April 23, 2014
From staff reports
(Continued from page 1)
Labson Abwoch, who scored 18 points Friday night for Deering, heads to the basket against Noah Collins of Westbrook during visiting Deering’s 49-41 victory.
Photos by Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer
Keenan Lowe of Westbrook controls the basketball while attempting to hold off Deering guard Dominic Lauture.
Seacoast scored 20 points at the line and was 12 of 16 in the fourth quarter. Thompson went 6 of 6 down the stretch.
WELLS 76, FREEPORT 59: Jake Moody scored 23 points as the Warriors (9-3) beat the Falcons (1-10) at Freeport.
Dylan Stevens added 20 points and Chris Carney scored 13 for Wells.
FRYEBURG ACADEMY 75, SACOPEE VALLEY 28: Walker-James Mallory scored 20 points and Bright Amoako added 19 as the Raiders (4-8) upended the Hawks (0-11) at South Hiram.
Ryan Gullikson chipped in 12 points for Fryeburg.
SCARBOROUGH 60, BIDDEFORD 47: Kevin Manning and Sam Terry each scored 11 points in the first half to help the Red Storm (7-5) take a 36-25 lead against the Tigers (4-8) at Scarborough.
Manning finished with 23 points and Terry had 14. Cam Nadeau paced Biddeford with 21.
EDWARD LITTLE 74, MT. ARARAT 57: Sean Ford scored 20 points for Edward Little (11-1) against Mt. Ararat (5-7) at Topsham.
Nate Alexander and Quinn Leary added 11 points each for the Eddies.
WAYNFLETE 71, TRAIP ACADEMY 59: Serge Nyirikamba and Jack Cutler each had 18 points to lead the Flyers (11-1) over the Rangers (4-7) at Portland.
The Flyers broke it open with a 17-2 run in the second quarter for a 35-13 lead.
YARMOUTH 54, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 38: David Murphy scored nine of his 13 points in the first quarter as Yarmouth (6-6) opened a 20-5 lead against the Patriots (2-9) at Gray.
Christian Henry also had 13 points for the Clippers.
YORK 53, GREELY 33: Aaron Todd poured in 18 points to lift the Wildcats (11-1) over the Rangers (7-5) at York.
Zach Leal added 11 and Michael Gallagher scored 10 for York, which opened a 17-2 first-quarter lead.
Michael McDevitt paced Greely with 12 points.