January 12, 2013

Boys' Roundup: York sweeps past Wells

From staff reports

YORK - Aaron Rodd scored 28 points Friday to lead York to a 67-39 victory against Wells in a Western Maine Conference schoolboy basketball game.

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Peter Pfister of Cape Elizabeth protects the ball Friday night while defended by Christian Henry, left, and Wyatt Jackson of Yarmouth. Cape Elizabeth improved to 8-2 with a 59-50 victory at Yarmouth.

Photos by Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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David Murphy, who led Yarmouth with 16 points, drives to the basket against Xander Schonewolf of Cape Elizabeth.

Zach Leal added 12 points and Hayden Webster scored 11 for the Wildcats (9-1), who took a 21-9 lead in the first quarter.

The Warriors (6-3) got 16 points from Dylan Stevens and 10 from Jake Moody.

BOOTHBAY REGION 68, TELSTAR 45: Anthony DiMauro and John Hepburn scored 16 points each to lead the Seahawks (9-1) over Telstar (1-9) at Boothbay Harbor.

Hepburn scored nine points in the third quarter as Boothbay used a 22-12 run to open a 50-32 lead. DiMauro was the leading rebounder with eight.

Michael Del Duca led Telstar with 19 points.

BIDDEFORD 70, GORHAM 55: Coach Mike Fecteau earned his 100th win as the Tigers (3-7) rallied in the fourth quarter against the Rams (4-6) at Gorham.

Matt Cote scored 19 points, Nicholas Leblond finished with 17 and Kyle Lagasse had 10 for the Tigers, who made 16 of their 21 free throws in the fourth quarter while outscoring the Rams, 29-16.

Elliott Spiers and Ryan Sullivan each had 10 points for Gorham, which ran into foul trouble in the second half after leading 32-25 at halftime.

Fecteau is in his 12th season.

SCARBOROUGH 80, NOBLE 61: Kevin Manning knocked down four 3-pointers in the first quarter as the Red Storm (6-4) took a 26-17 lead and rolled past the Knights (4-6) at Scarborough.

Manning finished with 15 points. Sam Terry led Scarborough with 20 and Brendan Hall added 17.

Sean Jackson scored 22 points for Noble. Adam Della-Piana had 18.

HAMPDEN ACADEMY 55, BRUNSWICK 43: Zach Gilpin scored seven of his 22 points during a 19-7 run in the third quarter, helping the Broncos (10-0) take control against the Dragons (6-4) at Hampden.

Blake Gordon scored 17 points and Ryan Black had 11 for Brunswick, which led 24-23 at halftime.

FALMOUTH 92, LAKE REGION 41: Freshman Thomas Coyne had 26 points, including five 3-pointers, and the Yachtsmen (9-0) opened each half with a lopsided run against the Lakers (3-6) at Falmouth.

Jackson Simonds added 16 points with 11 rebounds and six assists, and Grant Burfeind finished with 11 points for Falmouth, which led 29-11 after one quarter and 74-28 at the start of the fourth following a 27-0 rally in the third.

Cody Gibbons led the Lakers with 11 points.

THORNTON ACADEMY 71, KENNEBUNK 55: Jeffrey Gelinas and Reuben Moses scored 17 points apiece to lead Thornton Academy (4-5) over the Rams (1-9) at Kennebunk.

Evan Wright added 10 points for the Golden Trojans, who led 34-23 at halftime.

Austin Sandler scored 15 points for the Rams. Hank Lapham had 12.

DEERING 71, CHEVERUS 63: Ahmed Ismail Ahmed had 20 points and seven rebounds to lead the Rams (9-1) past the visiting Stags (3-7) at Portland.

Kevin Masse added 14 points for Deering, which used a 25-4 run in the second quarter to take a 37-23 lead. Dominic Lauture and Medhane Haleform each had 10 points for the Rams.

Noah Stebbins scored 17 points for Cheverus. Brad Carney had 12.

CAPE ELIZABETH 59, YARMOUTH 50: Chris Robicheaw scored 20 points, including nine in the fourth quarter, to help Cape Elizabeth (8-2) put away the Clippers (5-5) at Yarmouth.

The Capers used a 19-11 second-quarter run to take a 35-29 lead.

David Murphy scored 16 points for the Clippers. Nathaniel Shields-Auble had 10.

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