AUGUSTA — Andrew Fleming poured in 42 points and grabbed 15 rebounds Thursday night to lead third-seeded Oxford Hills to a 71-47 victory against sixth-seeded Bangor in a Class AA North schoolboy basketball quarterfinal at the Augusta Civic Center.

The Vikings (15-4) will meet second-seeded Deering (16-2) at 8 p.m. Tuesday in a semifinal at Augusta.

Fleming had 23 points and 10 rebounds in the first half for Oxford Hills, which ended the half with a 12-0 run to open a 35-20 lead against the Rams (5-14). The Vikings led by as many as 26 points in the third quarter.

Matthew Fleming, a freshman, added 13 points and 16 rebounds.


THORNTON ACADEMY 4, CHEVERUS 3: Reagan Wintle scored from Tanner McFarren 4:22 into overtime as the Golden Trojans (9-5-1) downed the Stags (6-8-1) at Portland.

Luke Chessie of Thornton forced overtime with a power-play goal – his second of the game – at 9:19 of the third period, assisted by Logan Picard.

Luke Trickey and Chris Vallee each had a goal and an assist for Cheverus.

ST. DOMINIC 4, SCARBOROUGH 2: Noah Toussaint scored the tying goal late in the second period and the go-ahead goal with 3:17 remaining, lifting the Saints (8-7-1) over the Red Storm (13-1-2) at Saco.

Colin Hayward’s power-play goal gave Scarborough a 1-0 lead after one period. Cam Smith put the Red Storm back in front with about a minute left in the second period after a tying goal by Isaac Lapointe, but Toussaint answered just 30 seconds after Smith’s goal.

Reese Farrell clinched the victory with an empty-net goal with 41 seconds left.

GREELY 3, YORK 2: Adam Rost’s unassisted goal 6:59 into overtime lifted the Rangers (5-11) over the Wildcats (10-6) at Falmouth.

After Jacob Martin of York scored the only goal of the first period, Aidan Roberts tied it 29 seconds into the second, assisted by Nate Gervais.

Colin Palmer regained the lead for the Wildcats on a power play from Andrew Bertolini and Martin with 3:31 left in the second.

Peter Lattanzi of Greely forced overtime, assisted by Jackson Williams, with 1:39 left in regulation.


MT. BLUE completed a sweep of the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference boys’ and girls’ skiing championships at Black Mountain in Rumford.

The girls held on to edge Maranacook 192-193 after the giant slalom and 5-kilometer classical cross country race. The Mt. Blue boys added to their 52-point lead after Day 1, pulling away from Maranacook, 107-181.

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