BRIDGTON – Noah Austin figured into each goal as the Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse/Hyde boys high school hockey team defeated Lake Region/Fryeburg/Oxford Hills, 7-4, on Thursday at Bridgton Academy.

Austin had three goals and four assists as the Eagles improved to 8-7-1 and will host Edward Little on Saturday at 7 p.m.

Austin now has 54 points on the season, extending his league-lead in Maine Class A hockey.

Ian Struck also had a hat trick for the Eagles (8-7-1), along with an assist, and Alex Witwicki scored a goal and had two assists.

Netminder Sean Moore made 20 saves to earn the victory.

Ed Thurston scored two goals for the Ice Cats (2-10). Colby Turcotte and Will Galligan added a goal and assist each, with goaltender Graham Payne making 27 stops.


Boys basketball

CAMDEN HILLS — Tom Warren scored his 1,000 point as Morse fell to Camden Hills, 80-60, in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference action.

The Windjammers received 17 points from Jeremy Fraser and 10 from Ionet Lodge in the win.

Warren picked up 14 points, while Gabe Aucoin scored a team-high 15 points. Josh ter Mors chipped in eight.

Camden Hills, which held quarter leads of 20-13, 36-31 and 58-46, finished 11-of-13 at the free-throw line, with the Shipbuilders making 13-of-16 at the charity stripe.

Morse (4-14) will head to Mt. Ararat for a Class A South preliminary clash next week.


Freeport 63
Gray-NG 52

The visiting Falcons finished strong as Gabe Wagner had 20 points and Toby Holt 19 in a Western Maine Conference clash at Gray.

Freeport (12-6) used a 21-6 scoring advantage in the third quarter to erase a three-point halftime deficit.

Nicklaus Pelletier scored 12 points, and Zack Pomerleau and Colby Hunter each had 11 for Gray-New Gloucester (12-6).

The Falcons will next play in the Class B South quarterfinals at the Portland Expo on Feb. 16.

Unified hoops

WINTHROP — James Gioia scored 20 points to help Hall-Dale/Richmond pick up a 74-62 win over Winthrop.

Zach Sanborn and Emma Chase had 14 apiece for Rich-Dale, and Xavian Tobias scored 10.

Lukas Thompson scored 22 points for Winthrop, while Trevor Martel had 14 and Sarah McConnell added 12.

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