OLD ORCHARD BEACH — Abby Dubois and Brianna Plante spearheaded the offense as Old Orchard Beach rolled to a 72-45 victory over Waynflete on Saturday afternoon in a battle of unbeaten Western Maine Conference girls’ basketball teams.

Dubois filled up the stat sheet with 20 points, nine assists, six rebounds and five steals.

Plante, a freshman, was efficient from 3-point range, knocking down four out of five attempts en route to 16 points. She also had seven steals.

The Seagulls (4-0) took control early, building a 19-7 lead after one quarter.

“In terms of offense, Abby and Brianna sparked us in that first half for sure, but we got good minutes out of everybody. Nobody had a bad game,” said Old Orchard Beach Coach Dean Plante.

Waynflete guard Helen Gray-Bauer was in foul trouble all afternoon and fouled out in the third quarter.

“They had a little foul trouble with Helen. She got two in the first half – her and my point guard, (Mackenzie) Rague. So they sat a lot in the first half,” said Plante.

“We extended the lead a little bit going into the third, so (Waynflete Coach Brandon Salway) took a shot, figured he wasn’t going to win without (Gray-Bauer), I assume. He kept her in a little longer than he wanted.”

Lydia Giguere led Waynflete (4-1) with 11 points. Julianna Harwood and Gray-Bauer scored nine and eight, respectively.

Lauralee Small contributed 11 points and Payton Fritz chipped in with 10 for the Seagulls.

“It was a good win against a good team,” said Plante.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 47, LAKE REGION 46: Zoe Adams and Grace Kariotis scored 11 points as the Patriots (6-0) edged the Lakers (2-3) in Naples.

Lake Region got 11 points from CeCe Hancock and 10 from Kristen Huntress.

GREELY 54, FALMOUTH 28: Ashley Storey dominated the inside, finishing with 24 points, 12 rebounds and four blocked shots while leading the Rangers (4-1) to a win in Cumberland.

Haley Felkel complemented Storey with 16 points, eight rebounds and four steals.

Ally Hickey led Falmouth (2-3) with 10 points.

CAPE ELIZABETH 41, YARMOUTH 31: Hannah Sawyer scored 17 points and Montana Braxton added 14 for the Capers (3-1), who withstood a third-quarter comeback by the Clippers (1-4) at Yarmouth.

Cory Langenbach led Yarmouth with eight points.

WELLS 59, FREEPORT 33: Halee Ramsdell scored 18 points and Natalie Thurber added 15 as the Warriors (1-5) pulled away from the Falcons (0-6) at Freeport.

Taryn Lambert chipped in with 11 points.

Bailey Karnes and Taylor Rinaldi led Freeport with seven points apiece.

POLAND 49, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 38: Caroline Littlefield scored six straight points in the final four minutes to help the Knights (4-1) break open a close game against the Raiders (3-3) at Poland.

Michaella Arsenault scored 21 points for Poland. Littlefield and Hope Kohtala each added 11.

Fryeburg was led by Nicole Bennett with 10 points.

YORK 67, KENNEBUNK 38: Chloe Smedley scored 18 points and Shannon Todd added 15 as the Wildcats (5-1) defeated the Rams (0-5) in Kennebunk.

Gabby Fogg drilled six 3-pointers to tally 18 points for Kennebunk.

MT. ARARAT 43, LEWISTON 38: Mt. Ararat (3-3) rallied from an early 12-point deficit to earn an overtime victory against the Blue Devils (1-4) in Lewiston.

Lewiston built an 18-6 advantage in the first quarter, but the Eagles steadily chipped away, eventually forging a 37-37 tie at the end of regulation.

Alison Melcher led Mt. Ararat with 11 points.

Amanda Smart tallied 18 points and Kristina Blais had 11 for Lewiston.

WISCASSET 30, MT. ABRAM 16: Alicia Falkingham scored 10 points as the Wolverines (3-4) defeated the Roadrunners (0-5) at Salem.

OXFORD HILLS 38, SKOWHEGAN 25: Anna Winslow scored 10 points and Erin Eastman added nine points on three 3-pointers as the Vikings (3-2) defeated the Indians (2-3) at Skowhegan.

Mikayla Morin also had nine points for Oxford Hills, which built a 24-12 lead in the first half.

Noah Stevens scored 10 points and Andrea Gurney finished with nine for Skowhegan.

MT. BLUE 56, BREWER 22: Caitlin Kane scored 17 points as the Cougars (3-1) defeated the Witches (0-5) at Farmington.

Addie Brinkman added 12 points for Mt. Blue, which held Brewer to single digits in each quarter.

DIRIGO 52, ST. DOMINIC 43: Jessica Conant scored 19 points to lead the Cougars (4-0) past the Saints (1-3) in Auburn.

Emma Lueders and Kelsey Hutchins added 12 points apiece.

Faith Grady scored 17 and Chloe Dwinell had 10 for St. Dom’s.


FALMOUTH 55, GREELY 52: Colin Coyne hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Yachtsmen (4-1) a victory over the Rangers (2-3) in Falmouth.

Matt McDevitt’s backdoor layup tied the game with four seconds left.

Jack Simonds led Falmouth with 28 points. Caleb Normandeau scored 22 points for Greely and McDevitt finished with 10.

YARMOUTH 59, CAPE ELIZABETH 46: Adam LaBrie scored 12 points and Adam Clark added 11 for the Clippers (5-0) in a win over the Capers (3-1) at Cape Elizabeth.

Cote Sawyer, Jordan Brown and Cody Cook chipped in 10 points apiece for Yarmouth, which outscored Cape Elizabeth 24-10 in the second quarter to take a 33-20 lead.

Edward Galvin led the Capers with 14 points. Finn Bowe chipped in with 11.

YORK 41, KENNEBUNK 34: Trevor Labonte scored 15 points, including three 3-pointers, as the Wildcats (3-3) beat the Rams (2-3) at Kennebunk.

York trailed 15-10 after the first quarter but rallied for a 17-17 tie at halftime before using a 17-4 third-quarter run to take control.

Jack Lapham and Zachary MacKinnon paced Kennebunk with nine points apiece.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 59, POLAND 53: Ryan Gullikson scored 34 points to lead the Raiders (2-2) past the Knights (2-3) in Poland.

Alan Young scored 23 points and John Fossett had 20 for Poland.

BRUNSWICK 39, BANGOR 38: Josh Dorr stole a pass and fed Taran Payne for a layup with eight seconds remaining to lift the Dragons (3-3) over the Rams (1-4) at Brunswick.

Brunswick trailed 35-23 going into the fourth quarter and was still down by 10 with two minutes left.

Alex Bandouveres led Brunswick with 13 points. Thomas Hanson added 10 points and six steals.

WESTBROOK 63, NOBLE 55: Westbrook (4-2) jumped out to an 18-5 first-quarter lead and held off the Knights (0-6) in North Berwick.

Ryan Fillmore paced the Blue Blazes with 18 points. Moses Abwoch added 10.

Nolan Smeeton led Noble with 20 points and 13 rebounds, while Chris Evans tallied 16 points.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 69, A.R. GOULD 43: Jake Malcom scored eight of his 19 points during an 18-7 run in the third quarter as the Panthers (2-3) pulled away from the Bears (1-4) in Yarmouth.

D.J. Nicholas finished with 13 points and 12 steals for NYA, which led 30-20 at halftime. Eoin Anderson added 11 points.

Gage Barton scored 19 points and Keegan Gaouette had 13 for A.R. Gould.

CONY 66, MESSALONSKEE 61: Liam Stokes scored 20 points, Tyler Tardiff made five 3-pointers for 15 points, and the Rams (4-2) built a 17-6 lead in the first quarter on their way to a win over the Eagles (3-3) at Oakland.

Nick Mayo led Messalonskee with 28 points, followed by Nathan Violette with 13 and Jack Bernatchez with 10.

OXFORD HILLS 63, SKOWHEGAN 49: Tyrus Ripley scored 16 points to lead the Vikings (3-2) over the Indians (2-4) at South Paris.

Andrew Fleming had 15 points and Blake Slicer finished with 13 points for the Vikings, who led 20-9 after one quarter and outscored the Indians 23-13 in the fourth quarter.

Issac Witham scored 24 points for Skowhegan.


GORHAM 6, CAPE ELIZABETH 3: Matt Chapin, Jordan Ward and Matt Hooker each had a goal and an assist as the Rams (4-1) beat the Capers (3-2) in Gorham.

Tom Gleason scored one goal and set up another for the Capers.

FALMOUTH 6, ST. DOMINIC 1: Isac Nordstrom scored just 20 seconds into the game to start the Yachtsmen (4-0) on their way to a win over the Saints (2-1) in Falmouth.

Nordstrom and Chris Camelio each had two goals and an assist.

WINSLOW 5, ORONO/OLD TOWN 2: Jimmy Fowler had two goals and two assists, and Andrew Beals stopped 22 shots as the Black Raiders (3-2) defeated Old Town/Orono (1-2) in Winslow.

Jacob Trask, Jacob Grenier and Jake Larsen each contributed a goal and an assist.

Ben Allen-Rahill and Chris Hoxie scored for Old Town/Orono.

NOBLE/WELLS 3, WINDHAM 0: Dean Pratt opened the scoring 10:57 into the game and added an empty-net goal to lead the Knights (3-2) over the Eagles (2-1-1) in Gorham.

Noble/Wells made it 2-0 early in the third period when Ryan Marsh scored on assists from Pratt and Noah Pease.

Wyatt Ricker made 21 saves for Noble/Wells. Windham’s Clayton Owens stopped 35 shots.

MT. ARARAT/LISBON 2, SOUTH PORTLAND/FREEPORT/WAYNFLETE 0: Ben Bishop scored on the rebound of a Tyler Halls shot in the first period and added an empty-net goal as the Eagles (1-2) shut out the Red Riots (2-2) in Portland.

CAMDEN HILLS 5, JOHN BAPST 0: James Annis scored three goals and also had an assist, and Zach Hand finished with 36 saves for the Windjammers (5-1) as they blanked the Crusaders (1-3) in Rockport.

MESSALONSKEE 4, PRESQUE ISLE 1: Brandon Nale had two goal and two assists to lead the Eagles (3-1) over the Wildcats (1-2) at the Northern Maine Forum in Presque Isle.

Nale scored with 4:55 left in the first period and with 3:57 remaining in the second. He assisted on goals by Dylan Burton and Jake Dexter.

Elija Tuell stopped 16 shots for the Eagles. Daniel Boucher scored and Jillian Flynn made 29 saves for Presque Isle.


FALMOUTH 6, YORK 1: Camden Carrier scored twice and also had an assist as Falmouth (6-1) downed York (4-3) in Rochester, New Hampshire.

Sarah Hutcheon, Stone Carmichael, Evie Clement and Abby Lebel each added a goal and an assist. Devon Sarazin collected two assists.

York’s goal was scored by Kendall Carr to cut the deficit to 5-1 with 1:55 left.

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