Brunswick extends winning streak to four with 2-1 girls’ hockey victory over Lewiston

Annie Kelly scored on as assist from Rachel Moroney with 1:37 remaining to give host Brunswick a 2-1 win over Lewiston in a girls’ hockey game Monday at Watson Arena.

Mikaela Brown started the scoring for Lewiston (2-4-1) 5:16 into the first period on an assist from Ashley Chase. Eliza Brooks tied it for Brunswick (4-1-1) on a power play eight minutes later, with assists from Moroney and Kelly.

It’s the fourth straight win for the Dragons, who tied Lewiston in their season opener.

BOYS’ HOCKEY: Tyler Harnden scored with 1:38 left in the first period and Topi Laakso made 26 saves as Fryeburg/Lake Region (1-1) skated to a 1-0 win over Windham/Sacopee Valley (0-2) at Bridgton.

Curtis Merrill stopped 59 shots for Windham/Sacopee Valley.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL: Meghan Smith scored 18 points, and Allison Crocker had 11 points and 10 rebounds to lead Boothbay (2-0) to a 55-18 win over Wiscasset (0-2) at Boothbay Harbor.

Briana Goud had 11 points for Wiscasset.

Gentille Sandy finished with 31 points to lead Pine Tree Academy (1-1) to a 48-33 win over Hebron Academy (0-2) at Hebron.

Jenna Cote scored 13 points and Olivia Brown had 10 for Hebron.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL: Chris Thomas had 11 points, and 11 players scored for A.R. Gould (1-1) in a 61-20 win over Pine Tree Academy (0-1) at South Portland.

Christian Alicea paced Pine Tree with nine points.


U.S. JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS: Franz-Peter Jersoch of Bowdoinham placed 39th out of 41 skaters in the juvenile boys’ qualifying round at East Lansing, Mich. Jersoch had a score of 21.86 points and did not advance to the finals on Wednesday.


ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Manchester City’s 17-game league unbeaten streak ended as Frank Lampard converted a late penalty kick that lifted Chelsea to a 2-1 victory at London.

Mario Balotelli put the visitors ahead after 105 seconds, but Raul Meireles tied it for Chelsea in the 34th minute.

City played a man short after left back Gael Clichy was ejected in the 58th minute for two yellow cards in a 12-minute span.

Manchester City (12-1-2), seeking its first league title since 1968, has a two-point lead over Manchester United (11-1-3). Chelsea (10-4-1) is fourth on goal difference, seven points off the lead.


KLITSCHKO’S PLANS: Vitali Klitschko will defend his WBC heavyweight title against Dereck Chisora before turning his attention to a possible last bout against David Haye.

Klitschko’s management group announced that the 40-year-old Ukrainian will fight Chisora in Munich on Feb. 18. German daily Bild reported Klitschko would then fight Haye in Germany in July.