THE MID-WINTER BASKETBALL CLASSIC got under way Monday at the Brunswick Parks and Recreation Department. In the top photo, St. John’s School’s Celeste Sturniolo (22) shoots over Mt. Ararat’s Sarah Lamb, while in the bottom photo Jackie Sylvester (5) of Mt. Ararat Middle school goes up for a shot. This game was played on Tuesday and won by Mt. Ararat, 24-22.

THE MID-WINTER BASKETBALL CLASSIC got under way Monday at the Brunswick Parks and Recreation Department. In the top photo, St. John’s School’s Celeste Sturniolo (22) shoots over Mt. Ararat’s Sarah Lamb, while in the bottom photo Jackie Sylvester (5) of Mt. Ararat Middle school goes up for a shot. This game was played on Tuesday and won by Mt. Ararat, 24-22.

BRUNSWICK — The 31st annual Boys Mid-Winter Basketball Classic and the 11th annual girls Mid-Winter event kicked off Monday with a spate of games at the Brunswick Parks and Recreation Department.

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GEORGE ALMASI / THE TIMES RECORD

Girls

Yarmouth 45, Durham 20

In the first game, Yarmouth posted quarterly leads of 12-0, 20-7 and 33-16 as Ally Tillotson tossed in 17 points, Johanna Halton eight and Alison Clark and Isabelle Christie six each.

Yarmouth was five of 10 at the line and Durham three of nine. Kayla Belanger paced Durham with seven points and Brooklyn Washburn added five.

Brunswick 50, Gray-NG 30

In the second game, the Brunswick Junior High girls handled Gray-New Gloucester with quarter leads of 21-4, 34- 13 and 44-24.

Emily Black led the Huskies with 14 points, while Gillian Doehring added nine, Brianna Newton six, Elizabeth Day five and Sydney Kay and Brooke Barter four each.

Brunswick was nine of 17 from the line and Gray-NG 11 of 24.

On Tuesday, Mt. Ararat Middle nipped St. John’s School 24-22 and Gray-New Gloucester got past Durham 33-28 in overtime.

Today’s quarterfinal games have Lawrence/Yarmouth at 4:30 p.m., Woolwich/Bath at 5: 45 p. m., Lewiston/ Mt. Ararat at 7 p. m., and Brunswick/SMC at 8:15 p.m.

Boys have seven

The boys had seven games played.

Yarmouth 37, Boothbay 30

In the day’s first game, Noah Pellerin paced Yarmouth with eight points, while Joey Fortin and Hayden Dieterlie had seven each and Tommy Fallon six.

Yarmouth led 10-8, 21-14 and 29-19 at the breaks and was two of four from the line.

Jacob Leonard led Boothbay with 23 points and his team was four of 22 at the line.

Bath 45, Memorial 39

The Bath Middle School boys led 12- 10 after one, trailed 22-19 at the half and the teams were tied at 27 after three.

Keegan McDonough led the winning effort with 16 points, while Juwan Moore had 10 and Zach Garvey nine. Bath was nine of 23 at the line.

For Memorial, Matt Pelletier had 10 points, Kenny Drelich eight and Andrew Roberts seven.

Memorial attempted 12 free throws and made eight.

Gorham 43, Lake Region 33

Gorham held leads of 10-6, 27- 13 and 43- 31 as Sam Kilborn poured in 22 points, Trenton Bassingwaite 11 and Stephen Burns seven.

Jordan Williams paced Lake Region with 12 points and Alex Langadas added six.

Gorham was six of 12 at the line and Lake Region four of 10.

Boothbay 41, Medomak Valley 31

The Boothbay eighthgraders defeated the Medomak seventh-graders as Nick Gorey scored 11 points, Matthew Burns and Xavier Downing eight each, and Abel Bryer six.

Jonathan Allard led Medomak with 14 points and Taylor McLain added five.

Boothbay was four of eight at the line and Medomak two of four.

Brunswick 50, Windham 36

The Brunswick Junior High seventh-graders beat the Windham eighth- graders with period leads of 15-13, 30-18 and 42-26.

Caleb Cost paced the Huskies with 14 points, while Josh Dorr added 10, Nathan Benoit and Christian Glover six each, and Austin Philips five. Brunswick was nine of 16 at the charity stripe.

Kyle Kilfoil led Windham 8th with 12 points, and Zach Lacombe and DJ Hoskins chipped in with eight each. Windham attempted 16 free throws and canned five.

SMC 41, Gray-NG 38

Southern Maine Catholic led 14-8, 25-14 and 34-28 as Chris Cooke scored 11 points, Mackenzie Hoglund and David There eight each, and Isaac Dunn seven. SMC was four of 20 at the line.

Zach Haskell of Gray-New Gloucester led all scorers with 27 points and Eric Anderson chipped in with six. Gray-NG was four of 18 at the line.

Brunswick 55, Greely 54

Caitlin Compton scored six fourth-quarter points as the Brunswick Junior High eighth-graders nipped Greely.

Greely led 16-8 after one quarter, but Brunswick forged into a 27-27 halftime tie and led 41-38.

Compton wound up with 19 points, while Ben Lord had 11, Alan Molnar 10, Read Foster eight and Will Bessey seven. The Huskies were 11 of 19 at the line.

In the Greely effort, Zach Middlestadt popped in 13 points, Austin Nowinski 11 and Matt McDevitt 10. Greely was six of 13 at the line.

Lewiston 60, Windham 19

Lewiston Middle School toppled the Windham seventh graders with quarterly leads of 19-13, 35-10 and 46-15.

Mohamed Mohamed led Lewiston with 11 points, while Nate Mercier had 10, Desmond Jackson eight and Ben Doyle and Abdinasire Issack six. Lewiston was five of 14 at the line.

For Windham, Chris Brown had nine points and Mitchell Delcourt five. Windham attempted 21 free throws and made nine.

In Tuesday’s action, Falmouth beat Yarmouth 41-39, Medomak 8th toppled Westbrook 61-41, Gorham niped Bath 46-40, Oxford Hills got past Boothbay 8th 47- 23, Oceanside defeated Brunswick 7th 50- 35, SMC beat Mt. Ararat 45-34, Lewiston got past Brunswick 8th 63- 31 and Auburn beat Durham 58-36.

Today’s docket has Boothbay 7th/ Medomak 7th and Memorial/ Lake Region in consolation action, and Falmouth/ Medomak 8th, Gorham/Oxford Hills, Oceanside/ SMC and Lewiston/ Auburn in quarterfinal play.

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