RICHMOND AND LISBON met in boys and girls basketball action over the weekend. In the photo at the top of the page, Bobcat Dan Stewart (32) guards Lisbon’s Sean Scott, while above Richmond forward Bryanne Lancaster (20) moves in on Greyhound Charlee Cox. See game stories on B1.

RICHMOND AND LISBON met in boys and girls basketball action over the weekend. In the photo at the top of the page, Bobcat Dan Stewart (32) guards Lisbon’s Sean Scott, while above Richmond forward Bryanne Lancaster (20) moves in on Greyhound Charlee Cox. See game stories on B1.


Marley Groat swished a 3- pointer with one second remaining in regulation to lift the undefeated Brunswick High School girls basketball team to a 65-63 victory over Greely on Friday in a Class A South contest.



In a rematch of last season’s Class A South regional final won by the Dragons (6- 0), Brunswick won this seesaw affair and visits Camden Hills tonight at 6:30 p.m.

Brunswick started hot, leading 16-7 after a quarter.

But, Greely (4-2) battled back in the second, outscoring the Dragons 24-8 for a 31- 24 halftime lead.

Back came Brunswick, which claimed a 50-49 edge through three.

Groat finished with 17 points, with Charlotte MacMillan leading the Dragons with 18 points. Sabrina Armstrong chipped in 15, with Emily Larochelle adding 13.

Camille Clement paced the Rangers with 28 points, followed by Brooke Obar with 19 and Madison Scott with 11.



The host Falcons improved to 4-1 with a win over Lincoln Academy on Friday.

Freeport led 13-4, 30-15 and 50-23 at the quarter breaks.

Taylor Rinaldi had a game-high 23 points in the win, with Jessie Driscoll adding 11, Caroline Smith nine, and Catroina Gould, Allie Goodman and Lindsey Routhier six each.

Kaitlyn Feltis paced the Eagles with 12 points.

Freeport visits Morse on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.



After a close first half, the host Rams used a 20-10 scoring advantage to pull out a win over the Shipbuilders, who fell to 0-5 and hosts Leavitt tonight at 6:30 p.m.

Kennebunk led 11-10 after a quarter, but Morse tied the contest at halftime, 25-25.

Kennebunk jumped ahead 45-35 after three and held off several Shipbuilder challenges in the fourth for the win.

Emily Archibald had 18 points for the Rams, with Aloura Schatzabel adding 13.

Sierra Wallace had a game-high 20 points for Morse, while Marissa Parks chipped in eight and Julia Goddard seven.



The host Tigers used a 14- 5 scoring advantage to erase a five-point halftime deficit en route to a Class A South win over the Eagles on Saturday.

Mt. Ararat, which fell to 0- 5 and hosts Gardiner tonight at 7 p.m, led 13-7 after a quarter and 27-22 at the half. But, Biddeford carried a 36-32 lead into the final frame.

Grace Martin scored 10 of her game-high 27 points in the third quarter for the Tigers.

Ainsley Bryant led Mt. Ararat with nine points and six steals, while Lauren Magno chipped in eight points, including 4-for-4 at the free-throw line. Lauren Sturgess chipped in seven points.

Boys basketball

NEWCASTLE — Freeport handed Lincoln Academy an 81-72 Class B South setback on Friday.

The Eagles led throughout, including a lead of seven points with two minutes remaining in regulation.

But, the Falcons battled back, with Eriksen Shea sending the game to overtime with a 3-pointer at the buzzer.

Shea added a pair of treys in overtime, finishing with 22 points. Teammate Toby Holt picked up 29, while Ethan Sclar had 11.

Keyden Leeman paced Lincoln Academy with 21 points.


OOB 51

The Falcons made it backto back wins over two days with a Western Maine Conference win against Old Orchard Beach (1-3) on Saturday.

Tied 48-48 after three, Freeport (4-2) outscored the Seagulls, 18-3, in the fourth to pull away.

Holt scored 18 of his game-high 22 points in the second half, with Shea and Nate Thomas adding 10 points apiece.

Ian Regan had 20 points for OOB.

Freeport hosts Morse on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.



In a battle between Class A South unbeatens, the host Rangers came away with a win.

Andrew Shorey scored seven of his 12 points in the second quarter as Greely (5- 0) turned an 11-8 first-quarter lead into a 28-15 halftime edge.

Zach Brown paced the Rangers with 19 points, followed by John Kane’s 16 points and Logan Bagshaw’s 15.

Noah Cox drilled seven 3- pointers and led the Dragons (5-1) with 25 points. Sam Sharpe chipped in 10.

Brunswick hosts Camden Hills tonight at 6:30 p.m.



A 30-point deficit was a bit too much for the Eagles to overcome in a loss to the Tigers on Friday in Topsham.

Trailing 70-40 after three, Mt. Ararat (1-4) scored 30 points in the final quarter.

Greg Malin had 13 points in the loss, with Will Kavanaugh and Ryan Mello adding 12 each, and Tanner Greenleaf and Kyle Brennan chipping in 10 apiece.

Cody Saucier drained six 3-pointers and had a game-high 29 points for Biddeford (4-1), which held quarter leads of 20-11, 44-19 and 70- 40. Kyle Norton chipped in 16, while Marc Reali and Jackson Oloya split 20 points down the middle.

Mt. Ararat visits Gardiner tonight at 6:30 p.m.



Jared McLaughlin scored 15 points to power the host Ramblers (6-1) to a Mountain Valley Conference win over Wiscasset, which fell to 0-6 and hosts Boothbay on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Nate LeBlanc and Cam Wood each picked up 14 points in the win.

Dylan Orr paced the Wolverines with 13 points, including three 3-pointers.

Girls hockey

YARMOUTH — Emily Factor scored the game-winning goal with 4:30 remaining in regulation to lift Brunswick to a 2-1 win over Yarmouth/Freeport at Travis Roy Arena on Friday.

The Dragons improved to 3-5, while the Clippers fell to 1-7-1. The teams meet again on Thursday at Sidney J. Watson Arena at 4:15 p.m.

Yar mouth/ Fre e por t jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the opening frame as Emma Moll scored off assists from Lydia Guay and Lilly Weinrich.

After a scoreless second period, Brunswick tied the game when Elena Palmer converted a pass from Factor just one minute into the third. Greta White also picked up an assist.

Factor won it for the Dragons, with White earning her second assist.

Brunswick keeper Hanna Wentworth had 15 saves, including three breakaways. Clippers netminder Allie Perrotta had 23 stops.

Boys hockey

BANGOR — Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse boys hockey found itself in familiar territory, battling a strong team on the road down a goal late in the third period.

In dramatic fashion, the Eagles tied Bangor, 3-3 with 11 seconds left in regulation.

However, the Rams rebounded with an overtime tally 2:21 into the extra frame to escape with the 4-3 home victory at Sawyer Arena.

Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse forward Nick Austin scored the late game-tying goal, on assists by Sam Alexander and Noah Austin. Noah Austin finished with a goal and two assists, while Alexander scored a goal to go along with the helper.

Eagles netminder Cade Charron was stellar in the losing effort, making 27 saves.

David Brown had two goals for Bangor, including the game-winner. Reid Higgs had two assists, and goaltender Zach Alden made 13 saves. The Eagles were 1-for- 4 on the power play, while the Rams were 1-for-2.

The 2-3 Eagles host Greely on Wednesday at 6 p.m.



Alex Glidden scored the game-winning goal with 1:15 remaining in regulation to lift Cape Elizabeth (5-0) to a Class B win over the Dragons (2-3) on Saturday in Portland.

Brunswick is slated to host Maranacook/Winthrop tonight at 6 p.m.

Glidden finished added a pair of assists, while Phillip Tarling picked up one and one helper in the win.

After a scoreless opening period, Aiden Snell gave Brunswick a 1-0 lead in the second. Each team scored three goals in the middle frame, with Jacob Doring and Scout Masse each adding a goal for the Dragons.

Down 4-3 in the third, Michael Deveaux tied the game for Brunswick with 2:44 remaining off a Snell assist.

Riley Kirk turned away 36 shots in the Brunswick cage.

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