Brunswick forced 18 first-quarter turnovers and built a quick 29-4 lead before going on to a 70-43 victory over Greely on Wednesday night in Brunswick, winning a rematch of last year’s Class A South girls’ basketball final.

The Dragons (2-0) got 22 points from Dakota Shipley. Sophia Morin added 13 points, Alexis Morin had 12, and Maddy Werner also finished in double figures with 10.

Greely (1-1), the defending regional champion, was led by Sophia Ippolito with 16 points.

FREEPORT 53, MORSE 30: Emily Groves and Sydney Gelhar combined for 15 of Freeport’s 21 first-quarter points and the Falcons (1-1) flew past the Shipbuilders (0-2) at Freeport.

Groves and Angel Pillsbury each finished with 16 points, while Gelhar had 13.

Haley Kirkpatrick led Morse with 12 points.


MOUNTAIN VALLEY 68, WISCASSET 7: Brooke Brown scored 25 points and Maddie Brown chipped in with 13 as Falcons (2-1) overwhelmed the Wolverines (0-2) in Rumford.

Kailee Colby had four points for Wiscasset.


GREELY 43, BRUNSWICK 42: Seamus Raftice scored nine of his 22 points in the fourth quarter, including a 3-pointer at the buzzer, as the Rangers (1-1) edged the Dragons (0-2) at Cumberland.

Hayden MacArthur chipped with 13 points.

Trevor Gerrish led Brunswick with 16 points, while Thomas Harvey added 14.



THORNTON ACADEMY 5, EDWARD LITTLE 1: Evan Beaudette broke a 1-1 tie late in the first period, and the Golden Trojans (2-0) added three third-period goals to pull away from the Red Eddies (1-1) at Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn.

Lucas Hubbard opened the scoring for Thornton. Campbell Cassidy answered for Edward Little.

Gavin Pellerin, Jacob Marcotte and Shane Bergeron were the other goal scorers.

ST. DOMINIC 10, MT. ARARAT 2: Ben Dumais and Erik Jones each recorded a hat trick as the Saints (1-1) beat Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse (1-1) at Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn.


BRUNSWICK 12, PORTLAND/DEERING 4: Lauren Labbe powered the Dragons (3-2) with three goals and three assists as they cruised past the Bulldogs (0-5) at Troubh Ice Arena in Portland.

Lisi Palmer also notched a hat trick, and Selvey Ledwick had two goals and two assists for Brunswick. Quinn McCormack, Celeste Braillard, Gillian Countway and Lily Calderwood tallied a goal apiece.

Jane Flynn scored all four goals for Portland/Deering.

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