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Maine HS Highlights: Falmouth notches pair of key wins over Bangor

CLASS A

 Falmouth 5, Bangor 2

Theo Hembre had a pair of goals as Falmouth defeated Bangor Friday evening. Marcus Cady, Owen Drummey and Garret Tracy each potted a goal for the Yachtsmen. Bangor scored twice in the third period with Reid Higgs and Nick Boudreau each having a tally.

Cheverus 3 Scarborough 0

David Woodford provided all the scoring for the Stags as he had a hat trick. He scored once in the first period while scoring twice in the final period in a little over two-minute span.

Cam King
Portland/Deering

Portland/Deering 4, Massabesic/Bonny Eagle/Old Orchard Beach 2

Cam King and Cam Clifford each had a goal and an assist for Portland/Deering in the victory. Walter Lewandowski and Joseph Herboldsheimer had goals for Portland/Deering. Ajay Cates and Alex Demers scored for Massabesic/Bonny Eagle/Old Orchard Beach.

Sam Frechette
Lewiston

Lewiston 4, Edward Little 1

Ben St. Laurent had a pair of second-period power play goals to jumpstart Lewiston. Alex Robert scored early in the third to give the Blue Devils a 3-0 lead and Sam Frechette stretched it to 4-0. Ben Lane-Robichaud scored the Red Eddies lone goal. Conrad Albert made 10 saves for the victory while Gavin Toussaint made 27 saves in the losing effort.

Falmouth 4, Bangor 2

Theo Hembre paced the Falmouth Yachtsmen with four goals in a showdown with Bangor on Monday. He lit the lamp early with a goal 1:07 into the game before scoring to make it 2-0 in the latter stages of the second stanza. Nick Boudreau was able to get Bangor on the board before the end of the second stanza to cut the deficit in half. Hembre stretched the lead back to two early in the in the final period. Jacob Monroe put the Rams back within but Hembre put in the dagger with 3:41 to play. Sam Kidder made 15 stops in the victory while Zach Alden had 17 saves for Bangor.

CLASS B

Jacob Dubay
Old Town/Orono

Old Town/Orono 3, Presque Isle 2

Antii Jarvicare, Jacob Dubay and Cam Tower helped lead a comeback for Old Town/Orono. Gage Letourneau had a goal and an assist for Presque Isle while Connor Demerchant also scored. Kohle Parker made 31 saves for the Black Bears in the victory while Andre Daigle stopped 24 saves for the Wildcats.

Greely 5, York 3

Matt Kramlich had a hat trick as the Rangers defeated the Wildcats. The Rangers had a 2-0 after 15 minutes as Andy Moore got them on the board first before Kramlich scored his first of the game. Jacob Martin put the Wildcats on the board in the second period before Moore restored a two-goal lead. Kramlich potted his second while Spencer Pickett scored for York to make it 4-2. Matt Engholm put York within one in the third before Kramlich scored with 50 seconds remaining.

Connor May
Yarmouth

Yarmouth 1, Gorham 0

It was a goalie showdown in a Class B South contest. Dan Latham stopped all 23 shots he faced in Yarmouth’s victory. Garrett Babineau turned aside 22 shots for Gorham. Spencer King found Cooper May for the lone goal of the game at the 4:09 mark of the second period.

Waterville/Winslow 2, Brewer 1

Waterville/Winslow held on in a Class B North contest. Up 2-0 with goals from John Evans and Tom Tibbetts the River Hawks held off the Witches in a furious comeback attempt. Ben Byorak broke Bryce Gunzinger’s shutout attempt with 1:21 remaining in the game. Gunzinger made 15 saves. Tyler St. Lawrence was also stellar in the Witches’ net with 21 saves.

Gardiner 6, Maranacook/Winthrop/Madison 0

Gardiner’s Cam Bourassa had a pair of goals and Sean Michaud had a goal and an assist, while AJ Chadwick, Jake Wilson and Arthur Taylor each had a goal for the Tigers. Sloan Berthiaume had two assists. The game resumed Monday with 5:24 remaining in the second period. The two teams orginally dropped the puck on Jan. 8, but had to stop the game when the lights went out in the Bonnefond Ice Arena because of a car accident nearby.

Nathan Fournier

Nathan Fournier

Nathan has been covering college, junior, and high school hockey for the last six years for numerous publications. You can follow him on Twitter @jrhockeywriter.
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