February 6, 2013

Boys' Roundup: York sends Falmouth to first loss

From staff reports

YORK — Aaron Todd scored 10 of his game-high 23 points in the first quarter Tuesday night as York opened a 13-point lead and went on to beat previously undefeated Falmouth 65-39 in a Western Maine Conference schoolboy basketball game.

The game matched the top two teams in Western Class B. York (16-1) suffered its only loss in its first meeting with the Yachtsmen (16-1) at Falmouth.

Zachary Leal and Hayden Webster added 14 points apiece for the Wildcats, who led 34-22 at halftime, then pulled away to a 52-29 advantage after three quarters.

Grant Burfeind scored nine points on three 3-pointers to lead Falmouth.

MARSHWOOD 65, MASSABESIC 45: Daniel Veino scored 22 points to lead the Hawks (8-9), who pulled away from the Mustangs (1-16) in the second half at South Berwick.

Veino scored six points in the third quarter as Marshwood, down 25-22 at halftime, outscored Massabesic 21-7 to take a 43-32 lead.

Casey Nava paced the Mustangs with 16 points.

SCARBOROUGH 43, THORNTON ACADEMY 40: Kevin Manning and Brendan Hall scored five points apiece in the fourth quarter as the Red Storm (11-6) rallied from a five-point deficit against the Trojans (10-7) at Scarborough.

Manning finished with 12 points and Hall scored 11 for Scarborough, which outscored Thornton 15-7 in the fourth quarter after trailing 33-28 through three.

Quinn Richardson-Newton led the Trojans with a game-high 16 points.

DEERING 64, CHEVERUS 52: Labson Abwoch scored a game-high 23 points to lead visiting Deering (14-3) past Cheverus (5-12) at Portland.

Dominic Lature added 16 points for the Rams.

Emmanuel Ismail paced the Stags with 12 points.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 59, GREELY 48: Brandon Thibeault scored 12 points to lead the Patriots (4-13) over Greely (9-8) at Gray.

Thibeault hit three 3-pointers in the second quarter as the Patriots went on a 25-9 run to take a 42-17 lead at the half. Andreas Kariotas added 11 points and Will Shafer went 5 of 6 from the line in the fourth quarter for Gray-New Gloucester.

Michael McDevitt paced Greely with 14 points. Jordan Normandeau scored 11.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 58, LAKE REGION 40: Walker Mallory scored 14 of his game-high 20 points in the second half as the Raiders (9-8) pulled away from the Lakers (4-13) at Naples.

Bright Amoako added 14 points for Fryeburg.

Mike Mageles led Lake Region with 11 points.

WELLS 75, TRAIP ACADEMY 69: Jake Moody and Dylan Stevens scored 27 points each to help the Warriors (10-7) get by Traip Academy (6-11) at Wells.

Moody hit 5 of 6 free throws in the fourth quarter.

Atencio Martin scored 22 points and Evan Pereira added 14 for Traip.

BIDDEFORD 55, KENNEBUNK 50: Nick Leblond and Cam Nadeau scored 16 points each, helping the Tigers (5-12) down Kennebunk (1-16) at Biddeford.

Hank Lapham scored 18 points and Nate Gilbert 11 for the Rams.

WINDHAM 58, GORHAM 44: Spencer Hodge and Dylan Weisser scored 15 points each for the Eagles (7-10) against Gorham (6-11) at Windham.

Thomas McGowan added 13 points for Windham, which used a pressure defense to limit Gorham to 13 points in the first half.

Weisser hit two 3-pointers in the fourth quarter.

Alex Owens led Gorham with 11 points.

SANFORD 68, NOBLE 56: Ryan Camire scored nine points and John Morgan added eight in the second quarter as the Spartans (9-8) used a 24-10 run to take a 33-16 lead against Noble (4-13) at Sanford.

Evyn Nolette sank three 3-pointers to help balloon the lead to 22 points in the third quarter.

Grayson Waterman, who finished with 27 points, led a comeback that sliced the margin to six before Sanford pulled away.

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