ROCHESTER, N.H. — Dean Pratt had three goals and an assist Wednesday night to lead Noble/Wells to a 7-3 victory against Lake Region/Fryeburg Academy/Oxford Hills in a schoolboy hockey game.

Nathan DeWolf, Tyler Whitten, Evan Whitten and Ryan Marsh also scored for Noble/Wells (7-3).

Kaleb Currier, Huxley Lovering and Davis Turner scored for Lake Region/Fryeburg Academy/Oxford Hills (5-5).

WINSLOW 5, CONY/MONMOUTH ACADEMY 1: The Black Raiders (8-3) took advantage of momentary lapses from the Rams (3-6) and got a pair of goals eight seconds apart from Jimmy Fowler at Winslow.

Fowler’s two goals were the first two of the game. Dameron Rodrigue then made it 3-0.

Andrew Beals turned in a strong performance in goal for the Black Raiders, finishing with 25 saves.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

MORSE 66, ERSKINE ACADEMY 48: Ethan Winglass scored 22 points to lead the Shipbuilders (10-3) over the Eagles (0-13) at Bath.

Casey Watson added 10 points for Morse.

Matthew Clary led Erskine Academy with nine points.

SEARSPORT 52, VALLEY 39: Troy Reynolds scored 27 points and Barret Grant added 13 to lead the Vikings (7-4) over Valley (9-4) at Searsport.

Cody Laweryson scored 15 points and Luke Malloy added eight for the Cavaliers.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

SACOPEE VALLEY 41, HEBRON ACADEMY 13: Tianna Garland scored eight points to lead 11 scorers for the Hawks (7-5) against the Lumberjacks (0-9) at South Hiram.

Cassidy Sanborn and Emma Glatzer each added six points, followed by Jordan Howell and Annette Humphrey with four apiece for Sacopee.

Sophie Gibson had seven points for Hebron.

PINE TREE ACADEMY 49, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 20: Kim Emerson scored 13 points with 11 rebounds as the Breakers (14-1) handled the Panthers (2-10) at Freeport.

Alex Goodman added 12 points, eight in the first quarter, and Adriana dePalma finished with 10 points and eight rebounds for Pine Tree, which opened with a 16-2 run.

Suzanna Butterfield had seven points for NYA.

MADISON 37, WISCASSET 31: Madeline Wood scored 14 points and the Bulldogs (7-7) held off a late charge by the Wolverines (7-7) at Wiscasset.

Lindsey Gordon scored 11 points for the Wolverines, who trailed by as many as nine in the third quarter before rallying within two with three minutes left.

CARRABEC 34, TELSTAR 18: Bailey Dunphy scored 10 points and Liberty Chestnut added eight to lead Carrabec (9-4) over Telstar (0-12) at Bethel.

Emma Pluntke chipped in with six points for the Cobras.

Rebecca Howard led Telstar with nine points.