MARS HILL — Killian Lathrop won the Class B slalom Tuesday at Big Rock to lead Cape Elizabeth to the boys’ Alpine state championship.

A sophomore, Lathrop finished with a two-run time of 1 minute, 13.76 seconds to beat runner-up Jacob Roy of Wisdom by nearly a full second.

Cape Elizabeth finished the two-day event with 71 points. Yarmouth was second at 129, followed by Fort Kent and nine other schools.

Cape freshman Ian Geikie, who won Monday’s giant slalom, placed fifth in slalom in temperatures that reached 40 degrees.

The Fort Kent girls overcame a 17-point deficit after giant slalom to wrest the girls’ Alpine title from Yarmouth, 80-83. Maranacook was third at 122, followed by Spruce Mountain (149) and seven other schools.

Greenville senior Shelby Cowin added the slalom crown to her giant slalom victory on Monday, beating Yarmouth senior Greta Elder with a time of 1:19.52. Fort Kent placed three skiers among the top 10 and outscored the Clippers in slalom, 27-47.

The Class B and C Nordic meets are Thursday and Friday in Fort Kent.

Weather concerns prompted organizers to again alter the Class A meets. Nordic races are Thursday and Friday at Black Mountain in Rumford, but at new times, beginning at 2 p.m. for Thursday’s classical races and 9 a.m. for Friday’s freestyle races.

The Class A Alpine races are now scheduled for Friday and Saturday at separate venues. Giant slalom is Friday at Mt. Abram in Greenwood, and slalom is Saturday at Black Mountain.


POLAND 59, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 29: The second-seeded Knights (15-4) went on a 16-1 run in the third quarter to pull away from the seventh-seeded Falcons (11-8) in a Class B South quarterfinal at the Portland Expo.

Poland advanced to a semifinal Thursday against No. 3 Freeport, which won the only regular-season meeting between the teams, 54-42 on Jan. 9.

“I think it’s going to be a great matchup,” Poland Coach Tim Dolley said. “Our first time against them, we didn’t shoot the ball well. Hopefully, we come ready to practice tomorrow and we can be ready for them on Thursday.”

Poland led 14-10 after the first quarter, then opened the second quarter with 12 straight points – nine by Nathalie Theriault.

Mountain Valley answered with an 8-0 run to make it 26-18 at halftime, but Poland broke it open in the third quarter.

Theriault finished with 23 points and Jessica Seeley added 14.

Brooke Carver led Mountain Valley with 10 points.

BOOTHBAY 59, TRAIP ACADEMY 40: Page Brown scored 24 points and the top-seeded Seahawks (19-0) rolled past the ninth-seeded Rangers (9-11) in a Class C South quarterfinal at Augusta Civic Center.

Glory Blethen added 11 points, and Sydney Meader and Faith Blethen each scored eight. Boothbay led 36-12 at halftime.

Cassidy Deland scored 12 points for Traip.

Boothbay advances to play fourth-seeded Madison (17-3) at 4 p.m. Thursday.

GREENVILLE 44, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 28: Halle Pelletier scored 14 points to pace the fourth-seeded Lakers (11-8) past the fifth-seeded Guardians (9-10) in a Class D South quarterfinal at the Augusta Civic Center.

Jessica Pomerleau added 12 points and Morgan Noyes had 10 for Greenville, which advanced to face No. 1 Vinalhaven on Thursday.

Allyson Akerberg led Seacoast with eight points.


GORHAM 4, KENNEBUNK 1: Joe Curesky scored 1:14 into the game to start Gorham (9-8) on its way to a win over Kennebunk/Wells (4-12) at USM Arena.

Ryan Gaudreau, Alex O’Connor and Lucas Roop also scored, and Garrett Babineau made 19 saves for Gorham.

Christian Putnam scored in the third period for Kennebunk.