Mason Parks, Matt Caron and Justin Perry scored in a three-minute span in the second period and unbeaten Scarborough gave Coach Norm Gagne his 700th career victory with a 6-1 win over Portland/Deering in a Class A South boys’ hockey game Saturday at Troubh Ice Arena.

Gagne is the winningest active hockey coach in the nation according to the National Federation of State High School Associations with a record of 700-293-32 in 41 seasons at five schools – Gardiner, Waterville, Gorham, Lewiston and Scarborough. Bill Belisle, who retired from Mount St. Charles in Rhode Island in 2014, holds the all-time record with 960 wins.

Caron finished with two goals. Cam Nigro and Jack Callahan also scored for Scarborough.

Portland/Deering got a second-period goal from Walter Lewandowski.

LAWRENCE/SKOWHEGAN 1, WINDHAM/WESTBROOK 0: Sam Craig scored 5:45 into the second period to give the Bandits (4-8) a win over the Eagles (10-3) at USM Ice Arena.

NOBLE/WELLS 6, LAKE REGION/OXFORD HILLS/FRYEBURG ACADEMY 1: Kyle Wiswell recorded two goals and an assist while leading the Knights (4-7) past the Ice Cats (3-10-1) in Rochester, New Hampshire.

Evan Whitten and Lukas Hughes each contributed a goal and an assist, and Chuck Mahar and Noah Pease scored the other goals for Noble/Wells.

Bowen Greenleaf scored for Lake Region.

Nate Paul made 13 saves for the victory, while Trent Spaulding had 43 saves for the Ice Cats.

MESSALONSKEE 3, GREELY 2: Brandon Nale recorded a hat trick to lift the Eagles (8-3-2) over the Rangers (3-10) in Falmouth.

Greely scored twice on the power play, getting goals from Quinn Malloy in the second period and Jack Saffian in the third.

CAMDEN HILLS 3, CAPE ELIZABETH 0: James Orne and Jonah Cameron each had a goal and an assist, and the Windjammers (10-2) shut out the Capers (4-7-2) at Mid-Coast Recreation Center.

Perrin Bonner-Ganter put Camden Hills ahead after a pass from Orne just 39 seconds into the second period. Orne stretched the lead five minutes later, and Cameron clinched the victory with an empty-net goal.

Grant Rusk had 26 saves for Cape Elizabeth, while Zach Hand stopped 22 shots for the Windjammers.

MASSABESIC/BONNY EAGLE/OLD ORCHARD BEACH 7, MARANACOOK/WINTHROP 2: Brandon Caron scored four goals to lead the Mustangs (6-7) to a win at USM Ice Arena.

Tanner McClure, Jake Picard and Justin Crowley added a goal apiece.

GORHAM 8, LEAVITT 1: Holden Edwards had a pair of goals and an assist as the Rams (6-7) beat the Hornets (4-9-1) at USM Ice Arena.

Carter Landry also scored twice, Carl Bear had a goal and two assists, and Lucas Roop, Dylan Weeks and William Baxter each chipped in a goal.

BRUNSWICK 6, KENNEBUNK 3: Matt Deveaux scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period as the Dragons (8-5-1) beat the Rams (6-7-1) in Brunswick.

Nate Granholm scored twice for Brunswick.

Bo Beveridge had a goal and an assist for Kennebunk.

CHEVERUS 3, BIDDEFORD 2: Jesse Cyr-Brophy’s goal with 1:09 remaining gave the Stags (5-6-1) a win over the Tigers (6-7) at Troubh Ice Arena.

Cam Dube and Chris Vallee also scored for Cheverus.

CONY/MONMOUTH/HALL-DALE 10, POLAND/GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER/OAK HILL 0: Avery Pomerleau scored three goals as the Rams (10-5) handled the 26ers (0-13) in Hallowell.

Ken Humphrey made 43 saves for the 26ers.


YARMOUTH/FREEPORT/GRAY-NG 4, WINSLOW/ERSKINE ACADEMY 1: Jenny Holmquist tied the game in the second period, then ignited a three-goal third period with a short-handed goal as the Clippers (8-10) beat the Black Raiders (3-15) in Yarmouth.

Kelsey Meyer scored less than two minutes after Holmquist, and Keely Arnold completed the scoring a minute later.

Hillary Libby gave the Black Raiders a 1-0 lead late in the first period.

Malinda Richards kept the game close with 40 saves for Winslow. Miranda O’Shea stopped seven shots for the Clippers.

FALMOUTH 11, CHEVERUS/KENNEBUNK/OLD ORCHARD 1: All five Falmouth seniors – Caroline Samaras, Martina St. Angelo, Marcy Kittredge, Camden Carrier and Sarah Hutcheon – scored for the Yachtsmen on Senior Night at Family Ice Center.


BRUNSWICK 50, MT. ARARAT 48: Josh Dorr put in a layup with just over a minute remaining to give the Dragons (12-5) the lead for good against the Eagles (11-5) at Topsham.

Brunswick held a 44-29 lead after three quarters before Mt. Ararat mounted a comeback, tying the game on an Eric Segars 3-pointer late.

Thomas Hanson led Brunswick 17 points, and Dorr finished with 10 points.

Shy Ulrickson scored 16 points and Alex LaFountain had 14 for Mt. Ararat.

LAKE REGION 57, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 56: Jackson Lesure scored 12 points and hauled in nine rebounds to lead the Lakers (14-2) over the Raiders (5-11) in Naples.

Lake Region led 43-35 after three quarters and secured the win by making a pair of free throws with five seconds left. Fryeburg hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer.

Marcus DeVoe and Nate Smith each scored 10 points for the Lakers. Fryeburg was paced by Oscar Saunders with 18 points.

GREELY 60, WESTBROOK 49: Ryan Twitchell scored seven of his 11 points in the fourth quarter as the Rangers (13-3) pulled away from the Blue Blazes (9-8) in Cumberland.

Jordan Bagshaw led Greely with 18 points. Caleb Normandeau added 11.

Westbrook got 14 points from Anderson Kavutse and 13 from Zac Manoogian.

WAYNFLETE 59, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 34: Yai Deng led the Flyers (14-2) with 17 points and 14 rebounds in a victory over the Patriots (2-14) in Portland.

Waynflete got seven straight points from Deng in the second quarter as it outscored the Patriots 18-9 to open a 29-18 halftime lead.

Abel Alemayo contributed 13 points for Waynflete.

Zackery Haskell dropped in 19 points for Gray-New Gloucester.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 52, WELLS 40: Caulin Parker scored 18 points and keyed a 12-3 run in the third quarter as the Phoenix (9-7) pulled away from the Warriors (8-8) in Wells.

Dylan MacKay led Wells with eight points.

SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 63, TEMPLE ACADEMY 44: Sky Archer hit seven of nine free throws in the fourth quarter to help Seacoast Christian (10-6) seal a win over Temple (5-11) in Eliot.

Archer finished with 17 points. Caleb LaCroix led the Guardians with 21 points and Tim Yeaton added 18.

Brad Smith and Haittan Deng paced Temple with 17 points each.

OXFORD HILLS 67, MT. BLUE 48: Andrew Fleming scored 33 points and the Vikings (12-4) pulled away in the fourth quarter to earn a victory in Farmington.

Oxford Hills led just 44-39 heading into the fourth quarter.

Zach Mittelstadt scored 26 points to lead the Cougars (3-13).

MCI 40, ERSKINE ACADEMY 39: Juan Bango scored 10 points and Josh Buker added eight to lead the Huskies (7-9) to a win in South China.

Braden Monteyro scored seven points and was 3 for 4 from the free-throw line in the closing minute for MCI.

Noah Bonsant scored 18 points and Trevor Hubbard added 16 for the Eagles (4-12).


PORTLAND 67, MASSABESIC 55: Taylor Sargent scored 19 points as the Bulldogs (1-15) edged the Mustangs (3-13) for their first win of the season, at Waterboro.

Katherine Johnson and Nettie Walsh each added 10 points.

McKenzy Ouellette led Massabesic with 27 points, including five 3-pointers.

BRUNSWICK 51, MT. ARARAT 45: Madeline Suhr scored eight of her 13 points in the first quarter as the Dragons (11-6) surged out to a 25-7 lead and held on to defeat the Eagles (1-15) at Topsham.

Adrianna White also finished with 13 points for Brunswick.

Lauren Sturgess led Mt. Ararat with 10 points. Kate Guerin added six points and nine rebounds.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 41, WELLS 26: Alexis Bessey and Emily Hogan each scored 15 points as the Phoenix (6-10) cruised past the Warriors (8-8) in Jay.

Nathalie Thurber led Wells with eight points.

PINE TREE ACADEMY 52, HYDE 47: Alex Goodman had 33 points to power the Breakers (10-8) past the Phoenix (5-11) in Freeport.

Adriana DePalma added 10 points and nine rebounds.

Lutes Bartlett, who made 11 of 12 free throws, and Emma Levensohn tallied 13 points apiece for Hyde.

OXFORD HILLS 39, MT. BLUE 30: Tianna Sugars scored 14 points as the Vikings (13-3) downed the Cougars (8-8) at Farmington.

Jayden Colby added 11 points.

Caitlin Kane led Mt. Blue with nine points and four steals. Eryn Doiron had seven points, six rebounds and three assists.

ERSKINE ACADEMY 46, MCI 40: Malorie Weaver scored 15 points to lead the Eagles (6-10) to a win in South China.

Mallory Chamberlain added 11 points for Erskine, which outscored MCI 16-9 in the fourth quarter.

April McAlpine led MCI (5-11) with 13 points. Jody Bickford added 10.