December 16, 2012

Boys' Roundup: Wells collects overtime win against OOB

From staff reports

WELLS — Dylan Stevens scored four points in overtime, including a key three-point play, to lift Wells to a 63-60 win over Old Orchard Beach in a Western Maine Conference basketball game Saturday.

Jake Moody scored 30 points to pace the Warriors (3-1). Stevens finished with 16 points.

OOB (0-2) was led by Quincy Grace with 18 points. 

LAKE REGION 58, FREEPORT 38: Mike Triglione scored 16 points, including three 3-pointers, and Quinn Piland added 12 points to lead the Lakers (2-2) over the Falcons (1-2) at Freeport.

Lake Region took control with a 13-0 run over the final four minutes of the second quarter, then outscored Freeport 13-4 in the third quarter to put the game out of reach.

Chandler Birmingham scored 14 points for Freeport. Jack Davenport added eight points and 11 rebounds. 

GREELY 65, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 59: Bailey Train had 25 points and seven rebounds, and Michael McDevitt added 14 points and 21 rebounds to lead the Rangers (2-2) past the visiting Raiders (0-3).

Train scored 15 in the second quarter, leading Greely on a 21-10 run for a 33-25 halftime lead.

Conner Hanley finished with 15 points for the Rangers. Bright Amoako scored 23 for the Raiders. 

CAPE ELIZABETH 64, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 38: Henry Babcock scored 10 of his 20 points in the first quarter as the Capers (2-1) raced out to a 26-11 lead over the Patriots (1-2) in a win at Gray.

David Chanlatte and Justin McKenna scored nine points apiece for Gray-NG. 

FALMOUTH 68, POLAND 35: Jackson Simonds and Charles Fay combined for 25 points to help Falmouth (4-0) win at Poland (0-4).

Fay scored eight of his 12 in the second quarter, when the Yachtsmen used a 23-10 run to go up 41-23.

Grant Burfeind added 10 points for Falmouth. CJ Martin had 12 for Poland. 

TRAIP ACADEMY 58, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 41: Atencio Martin scored 15 points to lead the Rangers (2-2) past the visiting Panthers (1-3).

Traip used a 20-9 second-quarter run to take a 30-15 lead. 

WAYNFLETE 71, SACOPEE VALLEY 33: Serge Nyirikamba scored 12 of his 20 points in the first quarter as the Flyers (4-0) ran out to a 33-9 lead over the Hawks (0-4) at Portland.

Jack Cutler added 13 points for Waynflete, including nine in the first quarter.

Alex Fenderson scored 11 points for Sacopee Valley. 

A.R. GOULD 65, NORTH HAVEN 53: Zacharia Mohamed scored 31 points and pulled down 13 rebounds to lead the Bears (2-1) over the Hawks (3-2) at South Portland.

Tim Robertson and Chris Thomas added 12 points apiece. Robertson also had 10 rebounds.

JONESPORT-BEALS 64, DEER ISLE-STONINGTON 58: Garet Beal scored 42 points, but the Royals needed four free throws from Tom Beal in the final minute of overtime to secure a win over the visiting Mariners (2-1) in a rematch of last season's Eastern Class D final.

Sam Grindle paced Deer Isle-Stonington with 22 points. Nathan Davis added 15.

VALLEY 77, VINALHAVEN 63: Carrington Miller recorded a triple-double in leading the Cavaliers (3-1) to a win at Bingham.

Miller had 30 points, 11 rebounds, 11 steals and eight assists. Josh West added 24 points and Seth Malloy had 11.

For Vinalhaven (0-5), Scott James scored 17 points, Austin Christiansen 13 and Bryon Thomas 12.


THORNTON ACADEMY 3, ST. DOM'S 1: The Trojans (2-0) got goals from Justin Cloutier and Drew Lavigne to open a 2-0 lead, and Alex Fallon's empty-netter in the final minute clinched a win over the Saints (1-2) at Biddeford Ice Arena.

CAPE ELIZABETH 4, PORTLAND/DEERING 1: Chris Grennon and Brandon Negele each collected a goal and an assist as the Capers (1-1-1) pulled away from the Bulldogs (1-2) at Portland Ice Arena.

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