CUMBERLAND — Edward Little Coach Mike Adams earned his 300th win Tuesday night as the Red Eddies beat Greely 68-41 in boys’ basketball.

Adams started coaching at Edward Little 20 years ago .

RJ Nichols hit five 3-pointers and led Edward Little (4-3) with 29 points, and John Shea chipped in 11 points.

Luke Gabloff scored 13 points for Greely (2-4).

LISBON 71, PINE TREE ACADEMY 32: Owen Fish and Hunter McCausland each scored 11 points as the Greyhounds defeated Breakers in Lisbon.

Levi Tibbetts added 10 points for Lisbon.

Aimable Nkurunzlza scored a game-high 12 points for Pine Tree.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 30, WAYNFLETE 25: Bobby Hallam scored eight points and Armel Maloji had seven as the Raiders (3-3) used an 18-11 second half to come from behind and down the Flyers (4-2) at Portland.

Ilyas Bashir led Waynflete with six points.

SACOPEE VALLEY 73, BUCKFIELD 33: McGwire Sawyer had 30 points to lead the Hawks (2-4) over the Bucks (0-7) in Hiram.

Ashton Day chipped in with 18 points while Evan Coolbroth had 10 points.

Colby Jordan had 10 points for Buckfield.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 46, ST. DOMINIC 38: Christopher Hamblett led the Panthers (5-2) with 22 points in a win over the Saints (2-5) in Auburn.

Noah Cyr paced St. Dom’s with 11 points and Gabe Carey had 10 points.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 64, ST. DOMINIC 17: North Yarmouth Academy had four players in double figures and improved to 7-0 by beating the visiting Saints (3-2).

The Panthers, who led 17-2 after one quarter and never looked back, got 15 points from Madilyn Onorato, 13 from Lila Jackson and 10 apiece from Graca Bila and Angel Huntsman, who also had 15 assists.

The Saints were paced by 11 points from Jessica Zimmerman.

YORK 61, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 36: Emily Rainforth scored 14 points and Ava Giacobba had 13 as the Wildcats (1-1) used a 21-7 third quarter to come from behind and pull away from the Seagulls (5-2) at Old Orchard.

Elise MacNair scored 14 points for OOB.

SACOPEE VALLEY 64, BUCKFIELD 21: Jalyn Stacey and Kylie Day each had 12 first-half points for the Hawks (4-3) as they soared to a 31-8 halftime advantage and cruised by the Bucks (1-4) at Buckfield.

Stacey finished with 21 points and Day tossed in 20. Brooke Landry chipped in 10 for Sacopee Valley.

Shyloe Morgan led Buckfield with six points.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 48, OAK HILL 46: Sarah Fecteau scored 13 points, and Caitlin Taylor and Mikenzie Davis added 10 apiece as the Patriots (3-1) edged the Raiders (4-1) at Gray.

Gabrielle Chessie scored 14 points for Oak Hill.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 31, WAYNFLETE 19: Brooke Emery had 10 points to lead the way as the Raiders (1-6) defeated the Flyers (0-2) at Fryeburg.

Lucy Hart scored nine points for Waynflete.

WELLS 74, TRAIP ACADEMY 32: Grace Ramsdell scored 26 points and Mallory Aromando had 22 as the Warriors (6-1) jumped to a 43-16 halftime lead and cruised past the Rangers (0-1) at Wells.

Jaiden Greaves chipped in with 12 points.

GREELY 64, EDWARD LITTLE 31: Camille Clement put in 21 points as the Rangers (5-1) defeated the Red Eddies (2-5) in Auburn.

Chelsea Gravier finished with 12 points and Mollie Obar had 12 points.

Erin Cowie was EL’s top scorer with 12 points.

GIRLS’ HOCKEY

CHEVERUS 8, BIDDEFORD 1: Charlotte Miller had a hat trick and added an assist for the Stags (1-0) as they rolled  to a 7-0 lead and easily handled the Tigers (1-3) at the Troubh Ice Arena.

Lucia Pompeo and Olivia Bradford each had a pair of goals for Cheverus, and Brynn McKinney added a goal.

EDWARD LITTLE/LEAVITT/POLAND 10, GREELY 0: McKenzi Horton earned her first career shutout as the Red Eddies (3-4) defeated the Rangers (0-4) at Casco Bay Arena in Falmouth.

Kylee Spugnardi and Sophia Hartley each had hat tricks and Eve Martineau had two goals.

 


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