SOUTH HIRAM – Kyle Martineau scored 30 points Wednesday night to lead Sacopee Valley to a 38-30 victory against Seacoast Christian in a schoolboy basketball game.

Sacopee Valley (3-4) used a man-to-man defense to shut down Seacoast Christian (1-5) in a 10-0 second-quarter run that made it 16-6 at the half.

Austin Minnon scored 10 points for the Guardians.

GREELY 55, LAKE REGION 28: Michael McDevitt had 12 points, eight rebounds and seven assists to lead the Rangers (4-3) past the Lakers (2-5) at Cumberland.

Twelve players scored for Greely, which got out to a 14-3 first-quarter lead.

POLAND 86, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 54: Ricky Bryant scored 22 points and Logan Nichols added 21 to lead the Knights (5-2) past the Patriots (1-5) at Poland.

Jacob Littlefield had 17 points for Poland, which used a 19-10 third-quarter run to take a 60-42 lead.

Austin Keenan had 19 points and Jean Sedjro added 12 for Gray-New Gloucester.

HYDE 61, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 28: Warsame Mohamed scored 15 points and Wilson McMillian added 12 as the Phoenix (3-0) handled the Panthers (1-5) at Yarmouth.

Jonah Alexander finished with 10 points for Hyde, which led 35-7 at halftime.

Asad Dahia had 13 points for NYA.

YARMOUTH 83, FREEPORT 42: Josh Britten scored 17 of his 23 points in the first half as Yarmouth (6-1) opened a 40-23 lead against the Falcons (1-5) at Freeport.

Sam Torres added 14 points for the Clippers. Mitch Loeman had 20 and Joshua Weinrich 10 for Freeport.


CONY 4, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER-POLAND 0: Cony (4-1) scored three times in the third period against Gray New Gloucester/Poland (2-2-1).

Zack Gagne scored in the second period from Galen Casey before Keifer Cantara, Casey and Gagne scored in the third period. Dallas Clark, Spencer Buck and Simon Yorks each had an assist.

Matt Swan earned the win with 23 saves.

Calvin Snelley had 22 saves for Gray-New Gloucester-Poland.

WATERVILLE 4, LAWRENCE 2: J.T. Whitten scored twice as the Purple Panthers (1-6) beat Lawrence (2-5) at Winslow.

Kaleb Kane and Aaron Saucier also scored for Waterville, which was outscored 33-6 in its first six games. Whitten also had an assist.

Dakota Gendreau, starting in place of the ill Cody Thibodeau, stopped 18 shots to earn the victory.

Lawrence received goals from Tyler Boudicca and Josh Doolan. Kyle McLain had 32 saves.

The Panthers trailed 2-0 midway through the second period before storming back.

Kane scored 5:42 into the second on a rebound to pull Waterville within 2-1. Saucier then tied it with 5:15 left in the period.

GARDINER 5, WINSLOW 3: Dalton Sargent, in goal for the first time since his youth hockey days, stopped 13 shots while replacing the ill Brad Moore, and Bryant Whitley scored twice as visiting Gardiner (3-3) beat the Black Raiders (0-7).

“Yeah, I was actually really nervous,” Sargent said. “This is a whole new position for me. It’s a lot different.”

“We asked if (Sargent) could do this and he said, ‘Absolutely I can,’ ” Gardiner Coach Jeff Ross said. “I texted him (Tuesday) at 10 a.m. and he came up with all the gear he needed for practice that day. He really did a great job for us and helped out the team.”

The Tigers trailed 3-1 early in the second period before scoring four unanswered goals to end a three-game losing streak.

Austin Moore, Alex Nadeau and Cam Sullivan also scored for Gardiner.