KENNEBUNK — The Kennebunk boys basketball team jumped out to an 18-2 lead in the opening quarter and would hold on from there for a 64-60 win over Fryeburg.

Fryeburg would slowly climb back into the game, but would never get back within four points.

Kennebunk, which made 12 3- pointers in the win, was led by Ryan Coughlan’s 18 points.

Freshman point guard Cam Lovejoy finished with 17 points, including 11 in the Rams’ first-quarter run, and Zach MacKinnon finished with 12 points.

Fryeburg was led by Oscar Sanders with 16 points.

Kennebunk, which improved to 7-3 with the win, will visit Falmouth on Tuesday.

Greely 67, Biddeford 39

The Biddeford Tigers were able to keep it close with Class A South’s top team, but the host Rangers eventually pulled away for the win.

Leading 42-29 after three quarters, the Rangers (9-1) used a 25-10 fourth-quarter run to secure the win.

“Greely is one of the best teams in the South for a reason,” said Biddeford coach Justin Tardif.

Patrick Pearl led Biddeford with 14 points, including a pair of 3-pointers.

Biddeford (1-8) will host Bonny Eagle on Tuesday.

Girls Basketball
OO B 41, Richmond 30

The Lady Gulls jumped out to a 16-7 lead after the opening quarter and never looked back as they improved to 3-6 on the season.

“We did what we wanted to do. We thought we could pressure them … and we jumped out to an early lead and just kind of maintained it most of the game,” said OOB coach Dean Plante.

The OOB coach is hoping his team’s tough early schedule will help them down the road.

“As frustrating as some of the scheduling was for the (Class C schools) in Western Maine Conference, it will definitely harden us, but now we have to win some games to get ourselves in position to play (in the postseason),” said coach Plante. “Wins over Richmond are going to go a long way and we have some games on our schedule that we have to win. Our goal is to get to six to eight or nine wins and we will take our chances in the prelims.”

OOB was led by Brianna Plante, Emily Greenlee and Sam Donnell, who each put up nine points in the win.

Peyton Feitz and Vanessa Hebert chipped in with five points apiece for the Lady Gulls, who held Richmond to under 10 points in all four quarters.

Richmond was led by Sydney Tilton with 12 points.

Girls Hockey

York 3, Biddeford 0

The host Wildcats opened up the scoring 25 seconds into the game and that would be all they needed to get the win against Biddeford.

York added two more goals in the third period to put the game away.

Biddeford falls to 3-9 with the loss, while York improved to 4-7.

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