February 2, 2013

Boys' Roundup: Windham pulls away, surprises Blue Blazes

From staff reports

WINDHAM - Spencer Hodge hit five 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 19 points Friday night to help Windham pull away in the second half and upset Westbrook 52-40 in an SMAA schoolboy basketball game.

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Thomas McGowan added 12 points for Windham (6-10), which led 23-22 at halftime and extended the lead to 35-29 going into the fourth quarter.

Keenan Lowe led the Blue Blazes (12-4) with 10 points.

YORK 49, CAPE ELIZABETH 44: Aaron Todd scored 11 points and Hayden Webster added 10 for the Wildcats (15-1), who built a 12-point lead through three quarters and held off the Capers (11-5) at York.

Chris Robicheaw scored 12 points and Peter Pfister added 10 for Cape Elizabeth.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 65, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 41: Bright Amoako scored 18 points to help the Raiders (8-8) down the Patriots (3-13) at Gray.

Walker-James Mallory added 12 points and Jaquan Causer had 10 for Fryeburg, which led 37-21 at the half.

WAYNFLETE 80, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 42: Max Belleau made four 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 20 points to lead the Flyers (14-1) past the Panthers (6-10) at Yarmouth.

Jack Cutler added 17 points and Serge Nyirikamba scored 16 for Waynflete.

El Tayeb Dahia led NYA with 19 points to go with seven rebounds.

MARSHWOOD 50, KENNEBUNK 45: Brady Innes had 15 points and Daniel Veino put in 14 as the Hawks (7-9) edged the Rams (1-15) at Kennebunk.

Brady Dodge added 11 for Marshwood, which trailed 41-40 with just over two minutes left before Veino buried a 3-pointer for the lead. Marshwood went 5 of 6 at the line the rest of the way.

Austin Sandler led Kennebunk with 23 points.

PORTLAND 78, MASSABESIC 38: Steve Angelo finished with 14 points, Matt Talbot had 11, and Cosimo Donato added 10 points and seven rebounds to lead the Bulldogs (14-2) past the Mustangs (1-15) at Portland.

Bryson Murray and Cale Thornton had eight points each for Massabesic.

SANFORD 65, BIDDEFORD 50: Ryan Camire scored 18 of his 22 points in the second half as the Spartans (8-8) rallied from a 34-23 deficit against the Tigers (4-12) at Sanford.

Evyn Nolette added 14 points and Alex Shain had 10 for Sanford, which finished on an 18-2 run.

Cam Nadeau scored 18 points for Biddeford. Kyle Lagasse had 11.

YARMOUTH 72, POLAND 56: Adam LaBrie poured in 25 points to propel the Clippers (10-6) past the Knights (4-12) at Yarmouth.

David Murphy chipped in 18 points and Adam Wriggins notched 13 for Yarmouth.

C.J. Martin paced Poland with 19 points.

DEERING 66, GORHAM 48: Labson Abwoch had 21 points and 12 rebounds as Deering (13-3) downed Gorham (6-10) at Portland.

Dominic Lauture added 10 points, and Thiwat Thiwat grabbed 10 boards and went 4 of 4 at the line in the fourth quarter as Deering closed with a 17-6 run.

Elliot Spiers had 12 points to lead Gorham.

THORNTON ACADEMY 46, CHEVERUS 38: Reuben Moses totaled 16 points as the Trojans (10-6) got past the Stags (5-11) at Saco.

Quinn Richardson-Newton added 13 points and Jeff Gelinas scored nine for Thornton.

Noah Stebbins had 11 points for Cheverus.

FALMOUTH 74, WELLS 59: Charlie Fay scored 25 points with 11 rebounds for the Yachtsmen (16-0), who opened with a 23-14 run and beat the Warriors (9-7) at Falmouth.

Thomas Wilberg added 19 points, and Jack Simonds finished with 13 points and 14 rebounds. Wilberg and Fay combined for 16 of Falmouth's first-quarter points. Thomas Coyne added 11 points.

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