Nate Hebert scored 25 points, including nine in overtime, and Gray-New Gloucester pulled out a 70-61 win over York in a Western Maine Conference boys’ basketball game Saturday in Gray.

Hebert made six 3-pointers. Noah Hebert finished with 18 points and Aiden Hebert added 11 for the Patriots (14-3), who are ranked second in Class A South Heal points.

Class B York (8-8) forced overtime when Reece MacDonald sank a 3-pointer with two seconds left in regulation.

Connor Roberge led the Wildcats with 21 points, followed by Lukas Bouchard with 12 and Hayden Forbes with 10. Roberge scored 11 points in the fourth quarter to help the Wildcats erase a 43-36 deficit.

GREELY 89, POLAND 66: Four players scored in double figures as the Rangers (9-7) pulled away from the Knights (4-12) in Cumberland.

Poland took a 21-20 lead after one quarter on a half-court shot from Brady Lawrence, but the Rangers went on a 15-4 run in the second quarter. Greely held a 44-32 advantage at halftime and extended it to 69-53 after three quarters.


Seamus Raftice led all scorers with 25 points, Tyler Pettengill added 20, Kade Ippolito had 15 and Jackson Leding finished with 13 for Greely.

Poland was led by Hayden Christner, who had 19 points, including five 3-pointers. John Patenaude added 18 and Lawrence and Hunter Brackett each chipped in with 11.

SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 49, PINE TREE ACADEMY 47: Sunny Johnson scored 25 points to lead the Guardians (6-10) over the Breakers (0-12) in Freeport.

Isiah Cardinal added 10 points, while Josh Lorentz and Brady Winship followed with six apiece.

Silas Yeaton paced Pine Tree with 18 points. Miguel Matos finished with 12, Samuel Batista chipped in nine and Colby Solberg scored eight.



WINDHAM 61, PORTLAND 28: The Eagles (10-6) started a 22-0 run late in the first quarter as they defeated the Bulldogs (2-14) in Portland.

Windham was up 20-9 after one quarter, then extended its lead to 36-12 at halftime and 55-14 after three quarters.

The Eagles were led by Mallory Muse, who had 13 points. Kylie Garrison added 12 and Neve Ledbetter finished with 11.

The Bulldogs were paced by 10 points from Eliza Stein.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 55, YORK 39: The Patriots (14-3) broke away from a halftime tie by going on a 19-5 run in the third quarter against the Wildcats (6-10) at York.

Izzy Morelli led GNG with 16 points, followed by Ali Portas with 13 and Caitlin Taylor with 10.


McKayla Kortes scored 11 points and Ava Brent had 10 for York.


YARMOUTH/FREEPORT 7, LEWISTON 1: Celia Zinman recorded two goals and three assists, and Rosie Panenka had two goals and two assists to help the Clippers (14-2-1) beat the Blue Devils (10-8) in Lewiston.

Sadie Caries chipped in with a goal and two assists. Sadie Caries and Chloe White were the other goal scorers for the Clippers.

Avaya Desjardins scored for Lewiston in the third period.

PENOBSCOT 9, PORTLAND/DEERING 0: Jordin Williams collected three goals and two assists as Penobscot (13-3-1) handled Portland/Deering (3-13) at Troubh Ice Arena.

Emma McNeil added two goals and two assists, and Delaney Carr also scored twice.

Erin Winship made 23 saves for Portland/Deering.

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