Robert Hetherman, Mt. Ararat/Brunswick wrestling: Hetherman pinned three opponents in the first period en route to winning the 170-pound division at last Saturday’s Franklin Savings Bank Invitational held at Mountain Valley High in Rumford. Hetherman earned his 100th career win. A week earlier, Hetherman won the Westbrook High tournament. On Tuesday, he won two matches against opponents from Winslow and Cony to improve his record to 11-0.


Jordan Bagshaw, Greely basketball: Bagshaw made seven 3-pointers and scored a game-high 27 points as the Rangers beat visiting Yarmouth, 72-57, in Cumberland on Tuesday to improve to 4-0. A week ago, Bagshaw had 17 points in a win over Brunswick.

Tyus Sprague-Ripley, Massabesic basketball: Sprague-Ripley scored a game-high 29 points to lead the Mustangs to a 74-62 win over Gorham in a battle of unbeatens Tuesday. He was 11 for 11 from the floor, including three 3-pointers, as Massabesic improved to 4-0.

Dan Latham, Yarmouth hockey: Latham made 41 saves to lead the Clippers to a 5-1 win over Kennebunk and help Yarmouth to stay unbeaten.


Ashley Howe, Thornton Academy basketball: Howe scored 23 points without playing at all in the fourth quarter in last Monday’s 58-27 win at Biddeford. The senior forward made seven of 11 shots from the floor, including two of three 3-pointers and connected on all seven of her shots at the free throw line. Howe also scored 15 points in a 49-33 Thornton Academy win over Massabesic last Friday.


Amanda Brett, Deering basketball: Brett scored 19 points with 10 rebounds as the Rams beat Edward Little 61-47 last Friday. She then scored 20 points in a 47-32 win over Sanford on Tuesday as Deering’s Mike Murphy won his 300th game as a girls’ basketball coach.

Sophia Giancotti, Cheverus hockey: Giancotti had a goal and five assists as the Cheverus/Kennebunk/Old Orchard Beach combined team won twice last week to improve to 5-2.

Emily Turner, Cheverus track: Turner won three events in a meet against Bonny Eagle, Deering and Biddeford. She won the senior 55 and 200 and the senior long jump.

– From staff reports

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