January 16, 2013

Boys' Roundup: Yachtsmen zip past Greely

From staff reports

CUMBERLAND - Grant Burfeind scored all of his 11 points in the first quarter Tuesday night as Falmouth pulled away early and went on to beat Greely 68-45 in a Western Maine Conference schoolboy basketball game.

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Jon Thomas of Bonny Eagle finds room to control the ball Tuesday night between Tucker Olson, left, and Spencer Hodge of Windham during Bonny Eagle’s 61-47 victory in an SMAA game at Standish.

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Dustin Cole of Bonny Eagle lifts for a 3-pointer while defended by Jacopo Secchi of Windham. Cole scored a game-high 28 points and added seven assists for the Scots.

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Falmouth (11-0) led 28-12 after the first quarter.

Jackson Simonds led the Yachtsmen with 20 points. Charles Fay added 15.

Michael McDevitt paced the Rangers (7-4) with 18 points. Bailey Train scored 11.

 

BONNY EAGLE 61, WINDHAM 47: Dustin Cole scored a game-high 28 points and dished out seven assists to lift the Scots (9-2) over the Eagles (3-8) at Standish.

Ben Malloy added 10 points and 10 rebounds, and C.J. Autry also scored 10 for Bonny Eagle, which led 33-23 at halftime.

Dylan Weisser scored 13 points and Spencer Hodge added 10 for Windham.

 

SOUTH PORTLAND 64, MARSHWOOD 48: Jack Tolan scored 15 points, Tanner Hyland added 14, Ben Burkey 13 and Jaren Muller 10 as the Red Riots (9-2) defeated the Hawks (3-8) at South Portland.

Brady Dodge led Marshwood with 16 points. Brady Innes finished with 13.

 

WESTBROOK 69, GORHAM 53: Zack Bean and Keenan Lowe scored 19 points each to help Westbrook (9-2) defeat the Rams (4-7) at Gorham.

The Blue Blazes scored 23 points at the foul line: David Breunig was 8 of 8 and finished with 14 points, and Lowe was 7 of 8.

Elliott Spiers led Gorham with 14 points, Brian Darling added 13 and Alex Owens 10.

 

BOOTHBAY REGION 59, MONMOUTH ACADEMY 46: Anthony DiMauro scored 19 points to lead Boothbay Region (10-1) over the Mustangs (4-6) at Monmouth.

John Hepburn added 13 and Lincoln Simmons 12 for the Seahawks. Brandon Goff scored 16 and Bill Cummings 13 for Monmouth.

 

CAPE ELIZABETH 53, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 48: Chad Peterson sank a field goal, and Ethan Murphy and Henry Babcock converted three free throws each during an 8-5 run in overtime as the Capers (9-2) downed the Raiders (3-8) at Cape Elizabeth.

After Peterson's basket provided a 47-45 lead in overtime, the Capers used foul shooting to push the lead to 51-45 before Walker-James Mallory sank a 3-pointer to make it make it a one-possession game with 28 seconds left. But Cape then sank its final two free throws.

Babcock finished with 16 points and Chris Robicheaw 15 for Cape Elizabeth. Jaquan Causer scored 16, and Bright Amoako and Mallory added 11 each for Fryeburg.

 

DEERING 54, SCARBOROUGH 50: Labson Abwoch scored nine of his 12 points in the second quarter as Deering (10-1) used a 21-11 run to open a 28-18 halftime lead against Scarborough (6-5) at Portland.

Liam Densmore and Dominic Lauture led Deering with 13 points each. Sam Terry scored 14, Brendan Hall 13 and Kevin Manning 11 for the Red Storm.

 

YORK 68, POLAND 39: Aaron Todd had 18 points for the Wildcats (9-1), who scored the first nine points and cruised past the Knights (2-8) at Poland.

Zach Leal chipped in with 14 points and Hayden Webster added 12 for York, which led 17-5 at the end of the first quarter.

C.J. Martin made four 3-pointers and finished with 18 points for Poland.

 

A.R. GOULD 58, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 57: Zacharia Mohamed made a 3-pointer with six seconds left to break a 55-55 tie and lift the Bears (6-4) over the Guardians (5-5) at South Berwick.

Tim Robertson led the Bears with 14 points; Mohamed finished with 13, including three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter.

Isaac LaCroix led Seacoast with 18 points and 11 rebounds.

 

WAYNFLETE 62, YARMOUTH 38: Serge Nyirikamba scored 19 points to lead Waynflete (10-1) over the Clippers (5-6) at Yarmouth.

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