January 12, 2013

Boys' Roundup: York sweeps past Wells

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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.

BONNY EAGLE 57, MARSHWOOD 47: Dustin Cole scored 26 points to power the Scots (8-2) past the Hawks (3-7) at Standish.

Nick Dubay added 14 points and C.J. Autry grabbed 13 rebounds for Bonny Eagle, which pulled away from a 26-26 halftime tie with an 18-7 third quarter.

Brady Innes had 18 points for Marshwood.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 57, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 34: Walker-James Mallory scored 15 points and the Raiders (3-7) pulled away over the middle quarters against the Patriots (1-7) at Fryeburg.

Mallory had 12 points during the rally that broke an 8-8 tie at the end of the first quarter and gave the Raiders a 46-21 lead at the start of the fourth.

Bright Amoako had 12 points with 10 rebounds, five assists and six steals, and Tyler Saunders chipped in 10 points for Fryeburg.

Samuel Johnson led Gray-New Gloucester with 14 points.

GREELY 64, FREEPORT 51: Bailey Train scored 13 of his 17 points in the second half to help Greely (7-3) pull away from the Falcons (1-8) at Freeport.

Michael McDevitt added 15 points for the Rangers. Chandler Birmingham scored 20 for the Falcons.

Freeport rallied from a 25-19 halftime deficit to make it 27-27 in the third, but Greely finished the quarter with a 16-9 run.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 73, POLAND 57: Quincy Grace scored 19 points to pace four Seagulls (6-4) in double figures against the Knights (2-8) at Old Orchard Beach.

Grace had seven in the first quarter to help the Seagulls to a 22-15 lead. Anthony Langella-Laws chipped in nine of his 17 points in the third when Old Orchard went ahead 60-45.

Joe Gildard (16 points) and James Strohm (12) were the other leading scorers.

C.J. Martin had 16 points and Tyler Michaud 15 for Poland.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 56, GARDINER 45: Nicholas DePatsy made a go-ahead 3-pointer early in the fourth quarter and the Panthers (8-2) were 11 of 12 from the line down the stretch to pull away from the Tigers (3-6) at Waldoboro.

John Murray had 15 points, including seven in the fourth, and 11 rebounds for Medomak. Ryan Ripley added 13 points and 13 boards.

Tyler Jamison scored 18 points for Gardiner.

NOKOMIS 62, OCEANSIDE 41: Drew Wing scored 17 points as Nokomis (6-4) downed Oceanside (8-2) at Newport.

Oceanside (8-2) was ranked No. 1 in the Eastern Class B Heal point standings. The Mariners' only previous loss was to Camden Hills by three points.

Andrew Cartright and Noah Kershner each added 14 points for Nokomis.

Shea Davenport had 13 points and Sam Meklin 12 for Oceanside.

WATERVILLE 64, MORSE 43: Josh Gormley had 11 points, seven steals and seven assists as the Purple Panthers (5-5) beat the Shipbuilders (4-6) at Bath.

Justin Jabar added 14 points and Chris Hale 12 for Waterville. John-Peter Michaud had six points and eight rebounds. Matt Munster scored eight points for Morse.

HYDE 49, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 44: Hyde (8-0) scored 22 points in the fourth quarter to rally past the Panthers (4-6) at Bath.

Ben Burlock scored nine points, had 11 rebounds and blocked six shots for Hyde. Ryan Cassidy added 15 points and Wilson MacMillan had 12.

SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 39, SACOPEE VALLEY 20: Logan Archer had 13 points and Isaac LaCroix added 10 as the Guardians (4-4) handled the Hawks (0-9) at South Berwick.

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