THE BRUNSWICK PARKS and Recreation Depar tment 3rd/ 4th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament was held this past weekend, with local teams from Topsham, Ararat, Brunswick and Bath competing. The Auburn/Lewiston YMCA team came out on top, defeating Portland 32- 17 in the title game on Saturday. In the photos, clockwise from top left, Ararat’s Rober t Hyde ( 35) pulls back from Por tland’s Maxwell Brown, front, and Griffin Buckley, center, before putting up a fadeaway shot; Topsham’s James Singleton, red shirt, battles with Bath’s Mason Savary for possession; Brendan Roberge (32) of Ararat tries to dribble past Por tland’s Liam Niles; and Brunswick’s Owen Richardson lines up this free- throw attempt.

THE BRUNSWICK PARKS and Recreation Depar tment 3rd/ 4th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament was held this past weekend, with local teams from Topsham, Ararat, Brunswick and Bath competing. The Auburn/Lewiston YMCA team came out on top, defeating Portland 32- 17 in the title game on Saturday. In the photos, clockwise from top left, Ararat’s Rober t Hyde ( 35) pulls back from Por tland’s Maxwell Brown, front, and Griffin Buckley, center, before putting up a fadeaway shot; Topsham’s James Singleton, red shirt, battles with Bath’s Mason Savary for possession; Brendan Roberge (32) of Ararat tries to dribble past Por tland’s Liam Niles; and Brunswick’s Owen Richardson lines up this free- throw attempt.

BRUNSWICK — Auburn got past Portland 32-17 Saturday to win the Brunswick Parks and Recreation Departments Third-Fourth Grade Boys Basketball Tournament.

 

 

 

 

Auburn posted quarterly leads of 12-2, 16-4 and 26-9 as Austin Brown and Giles Paradie each scored 10 points, and Max Creaser and Joel Stubbs chipped in with four each.

Auburn was two of six from the foul line and Portland one of six.

Darryl Germain led Portland with nine points and Griffin Buckley added four.

 

 

Topsham 32, Bath 19

The eight-team tournament got under way Friday afternoon as Topsham posted leads of 7-1, 13-3 and 24-4.

Caleb Manuel tossed in 11 points, James Singleton added nine and Aidan Treutel four. Marc Magno, Connor Smith, Marcus Steinman and Shane Tanguay helped out on offense.

Topsham was two of six at the line and Bath four of 10.

Joseph Cholish, Gaige Kindlimann, Dylan Orr, Caden Otis and Ethan Upham each popped in a basket for Bath.

Portland 35, Ararat 7

Portland led 6-0, 14-2 and 23- 3 as Cole Martinson scored 12 points, Germain nine and Buckley six.

Portland attempted three free throws and made one, while Ararat was one of two.

Ian Brady scored four points, and Justin Vachon and Dakotah Gilpatric helped out offensively for Ararat.

Auburn 33, Greely 27

In the third quarterfinal game on Friday, Brown popped in 21 points and Stubbs added eight as Auburn led 12-8, 21-14 and 29-18 at the quarter breaks.

Auburn was five of six at the line and Greely one of four.

Logan Bagshaw’s 17 points paced the Greely effort.

Gardiner 25, Brunswick 21

In the final quarterfinal contest, Gardiner trailed 6-5, 16-7 and 19-16 before outscoring Brunswick 9-2 down the stretch.

Simon McCormick led Gardiner with 11 points and Jackson Tweedy added eight, while the winners were three of eight at the line.

James Belanger paced Brunswick with seven points, while Jack Harvey had six, and Owen Richardson and Joshua Musica four each. Brunswick attempted eight free throws and made one.

Portland 20, Topsham 17

In semifinal action on Saturday, Portland outscored Topsham 3-0 in the overtime.

Topsham led 5-2, 11-8 and 15-12 at the quarter breaks and the teams were tied at 17-17 at the end of regulation.

Germain led Portland with seven points, while Buckley had six and Nicholas Galli four.

Portland was two of five at the line and Topsham three of four.

Manuel led the losing effort with nine points and Steinman added four. Jace Hollenbach and Colby Pinette were also offensive contributors.

Auburn 31, Gardiner 16

In the second semifinal game, Auburn led 6-4, 21-6 and 29- 14 at the quarter breaks.

Brown popped in 10 points, while Stubbs added seven, and Storm Jipson and Paradie six each.

Auburn went one for five at the line and Gardiner two of eight.

Tweedy, McCormick and Gavin McArthur popped in four points each in the loss.

Bath 22, Ararat 18

In the first of two consolation games, Dylan Orr scored 10 points for Bath, while Wyatt Hudson, Kindlimann, Corey Klein, Jack McDiarmid, Otis and Upham helped out offensively.

Bath attempted 11 free throws and made four, while Ararat was two of five.

After a 2-2 first-quarter tie, Bath trailed 7-6 at the half, but led 17-10 heading into the final quarter.

Brady led Ararat with nine points, and Mason Blake, Gilpatric, Joshua Dionne and Jonah Snell produced on offense.

Brunswick 35, Greely 34

In a wild consolation affair, Harvey paced Brunswick with nine points, while Noah Goddard and Belanger had six each, and Richardson, Rashaun Washington and Musica four each. Evan Cox added a basket.

Brunswick was three of three at the foul line and Greely six of 17.

Dylan Morrison poured in a game-high 24 points for Greely, and Jake Bernheisel added six and Andrew Cardillo four.

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