THE BRUNSWICK PARKS and Recreation Department’s Mid- Winter Basketball Classics were held last week. Clockwise from the top, Mt. Ararat Middle School’s Alex LaFountain (31) and Oxford Hills’ Andrew Flemming (32) jockey for this secondhalf rebound; Bath Middle School’s Ali Gagnon (7) drives to the hoop ahead of Southern Maine Catholic’s Felisia Lyons (20) and Sydney Giroux (13); Mt. Ararat’s Shy Ulrickson (24) uses a screen set by teammate Eddie Van Note (5); and Bath’s Olympia Serban (22) pops in two points.

THE BRUNSWICK PARKS and Recreation Department’s Mid- Winter Basketball Classics were held last week. Clockwise from the top, Mt. Ararat Middle School’s Alex LaFountain (31) and Oxford Hills’ Andrew Flemming (32) jockey for this secondhalf rebound; Bath Middle School’s Ali Gagnon (7) drives to the hoop ahead of Southern Maine Catholic’s Felisia Lyons (20) and Sydney Giroux (13); Mt. Ararat’s Shy Ulrickson (24) uses a screen set by teammate Eddie Van Note (5); and Bath’s Olympia Serban (22) pops in two points.

BRUNSWICK — The Lawrence girls and Gorham boys each captured respective Brunswick Parks and Recreation Department Mid-Winter Classic titles on Friday.

 

 

Lawrence girls, 59-29

 

 

Lawrence beat Lewiston with quarterly leads of 12-1, 27-10 and 38-18 as Nia Irving popped in 16 points, Hunter Chelsey and Doni Lewis 11 each, and Alexis Chamberlain eight.

Lawrence was 10 of 22 at the line and Lewiston seven of 19.

Kristina Blais led Lewiston with 15 points.

Bath 42, SMC 32

In a consolation game on Friday, Bath edged Southern Maine Catholic with leads of 16-8, 22-14 and 34-22.

Isabelle Paulus, Emma Rossetti and Olympia Serban each scored 10 points for Bath and Signe Ostergaard added six.

In the SMC effort, Felisia Lyons popped in 14 points and Lidia Ismail added 11.

 

 

Bath was eight of 12 at the line and SMC five of seven.

Gorham boys, 73-57

Gorham beat Auburn for the boys championship. After a 15- 15 first- quarter tie, Gorham edged into a 33- 31 halftime lead, but trailed 48-47 heading into the final quarter.

Sam Kilborn had 16 of his team-high 23 points down the stretch, while Stephen Burns chipped in with 16 points and Trenton Bassingthwaite 12. Gorham was 19 of 35 at the line.

Austin Cox poured in 23 points for Lewiston, while C.J. Jipson and Kyle Romero added nine each and Brandon Varney seven. Auburn was 13 of 17 at the line.

Mt. Ararat 52, Ox. Hills 46

In the first consolation game on Friday, Shy Ulrickson scored 18 points, Alex LaFountain chipped in with 13, and Garrett Bolduc and Harper Moutal seven each as the Eagles led 14-7, 28-22 and 37-30 at the breaks.

Mt. Ararat was 13 of 27 at the line and Oxford Hills zero of two.

Andrew Flemming tossed in 14 points in the losing effort and Tyler Ripley added 12.

SMC 47, Medomak 39

In the second consolation game, Chris Cooke led SMC with 19 points and Isaac Dunn chipped in with nine.

Southern Maine led 17-6, 27- 13 and 35- 24 at the quarter breaks.

At the line, SMC was seven of 12 and Medomak Valley nine of 14.

Ollie Brown paced Medomak with 12 points, while Nick DePatsy had 10, and Zach Starr and Sheldon Lavway seven each.

Girls

Thursday semifinals

Lewiston 32, SMC 25

In the first of two semifinals, Lewiston scored 15 third-quarter points to erase a halftime 10-9 deficit.

Southern Maine Catholic led 8-1 after a quarter, but fell behind 24-18 after three quarters.

Blais led the Blue Demons with 10 points, with Alasia Branche adding eight points and Maggie Phelan seven. Lewiston was eight of 17 at the foul line.

Ismail paced SMC with nine points, while Kaylee Hemlick chipped in eight. SMC finished seven of 10 at the line.

Lawrence 47, Bath 25

Irving scored 18 points as Lawrence posted quarterly leads of 10-5, 24-9 and 43-21.

Lewis chipped in 12 points and Chamberlain nine for the victors, who were three of 13 at the charity stripe.

Ostergaard had 13 points and Serban 10 for Bath, which was two of 11 at the foul line.

Consolation Woolwich 40, St. John’s 14

Woolwich outscored St. John’s of Brunswick 30-2 in the second half for a comefrom behind victory.

St. John’s, led by 12 points from Brooke Howard, led 6-2 and 12-10 at the first two quarter breaks.

But, Emma Harrington scored 13 second half points to lead Woolwich back. She finished with a game-high 17, with teammate Jasmine Thibodeau adding seven.

Woolwich finished seven of 13 at the line, while St. John’s was two of nine.

Boys

Semifinals

Auburn 53, SMC 45

Cox popped for a game-high 19 points as Auburn punched its ticket to the championship game on Thursday.

Auburn, which led 16- 12 after a quarter, 32-28 at the half and 44-37 through three quarters, received 14 points from Jipson and eight from Varney. Auburn was seven of 15 at the charity stripe.

JP Tishmala paced SMC with 14 points. Mackenzie Hoglund and Griffin DiRocco added nine and eight points, respectively. SMC was six of 14 at the line.

Gorham 60, Medomak 31

Gorham jumped out to a 21- 8 first-quarter lead and didn’t look back in advancing to the title game.

Kilborn had 21 points for the victors, who led 31-15 at the half and 48-29 after three. Bassingthwaite chipped in 11 points and Gorham was nine of 14 at the foul line.

Medomak Valley received 13 points from DePatsy and 11 from Starr. Medomak was two of seven at the free- throw line.

Consolation

Durham 53,
Windham 7th 15

Durham sprinted out to quarter leads of 18-3 and 38-8 in rolling to a win.

Nate Pelletier had 17 points, while TJ Morrill, David Schaedler and Alex McCarthy each chipped in eight. Durham was five of 10 at the stripe.

Chris Brown paced Windham, which was four of 11 from the line, with seven points.

Windham 8th 54,

Westbrook 42

Windham held quarter leads of 19-9, 33-18 and 43-31 in rolling to a win.

Eric Webb’s 16 points paced Windham, with Mitchell Ezkilsan adding 13. Windham was five of 14 from the foul line.

DJ Henrikson (13 points), Moses Alawoch ( 12) and Chase Huntington (11) paced Westbrook, which was seven of 14 from the free-throw line.