Greely allowed just one second-half field goal and went on a 22-6 run in the fourth quarter as it opened its girls’ basketball season Saturday with a 59-45 win over Fryeburg Academy in Cumberland.

Fryeburg led 31-26 at halftime, and the game was tied 37-37 heading to the fourth.

Sophia Ippolito made two free throws to give the Rangers the lead for good. Reserves Molly Partridge and Lauren Hester broke it open with 3-pointers, and Ippolito added a 3-pointer and four free throws.

Ippolito led Greely with 20 points. Asja Kelman scored 14 and Grier Wright finished with 10.

The Raiders were paced by Mina Milosevic with 21 points and Sydney Shaw with 12.

TRAIP ACADEMY 52, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 44: Emme Hale led the Rangers (1-0) with 28 points as they rallied from a 12-point halftime deficit to beat the Seagulls (0-1) in overtime at Kittery.


WAYNFLETE 49, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 25: Lydia Birknes scored 12 points as the Flyers (2-0) beat the Guardians (0-1) in Eliot.

Breckyn Winship had 11 points and 16 rebounds for Seacoast.


LAKE REGION 74, POLAND 60: Jackson Libby scored 24 points, Jacob Chadbourne had 23, and the Lakers (1-0) used a 12-0 fourth-quarter run to pull away from the Knights (0-1) at Naples.

Ian Brogan chipped in with 14 points.

Hayden Christner led Poland with 15 points. John Patenaude scored 14 and Shane Yorkey added 12.


WAYNFLETE 52, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 23: Cole Isherwood scored 10 points to lead the Flyers (2-0) over the Guardians (0-1) in Eliot.

Matt Adey added eight points and Ishan Reese had seven.

Sunny Johnson paced Seacoast was seven points and seven rebounds.


SOUTH PORTLAND 5, FRYEBURG 0: Richard Gilboy notched a hat trick and Tobey Lappin had two goals and an assist as South Portland/Freeport/Waynflete opened its season with a win over Fryeburg/Lake Region/Oxford Hills at Troubh Ice Arena.

Hewitt Sykes set up the first two goals. The Red Riots scored three times in the second period to open a 4-0 lead.


Jasper Curtis earned the shutout, making 29 saves. Nate Metcalf stopped 31 shots for the Ice Cats.

MARSHWOOD 6, KENNEBUNK 1: Chase Turcotte scored twice to lead Marshwood/Traip/Sanford/Noble past Kennebunk/Wells in Dover, New Hampshire.

Ayden Lockard had a goal and two assists, and Josh Sawyer, Danny Fuller and Caden Fontaine also scored for the Knighthawks.

Kellen Connor scored in the third period for Kennebunk, which got 47 saves from Alex Robinson.

LEWISTON 5, WINDHAM 1: Colten Daniels, Aidan St. George, Curtis Plourde and Cody Dionne scored in the first period to start the Blue Devils on their way to a win over Windham/Westbrook/Bonny Eagle/Sacopee Valley in Lewiston.

Aiden Toy scored for the Trailblazers in the third period.


THORNTON ACADEMY 3, ST. DOMINIC 2: Gavin Pellerin and Brady Pecora scored less than two minutes apart in the third period to send the Golden Trojans (1-0) past the Saints (0-1) at Biddeford Ice Arena.

Evan Beaudette gave Thornton the lead 50 seconds into the game. Eric Jones tied it in the second with a power-play goal, assisted by Ben Dumais and Tim Ouellette.

Dumais drew the Saints within one in the final minute of the game, with Ouellette and Miles Frenette assisting.

Pellerin also had an assist on Beaudette’s opening goal, and Kyle Lesieur, Cam Cyr and Jake Fleurent each added an assist for Thornton.

Porter Krause earned the win in goal for the Golden Trojans. Jayden Lynn stopped 41 shots for St. Dom’s.


CHAMPS SPORTS NATIONALS: Ruth White of Orono finished 17th at the Champs Sports National Championship in San Diego, completing the 5-kilometer course at Balboa Park in 17 minutes, 55.5 seconds.

Karrie Baloga, a senior from New Windsor, New York, won with a time of 16:49.2. The boys’ champion was Kole Mathison of Carmel, Indiana, in 14:56.6.

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