FORT KENT, Maine — Fort Kent Community High School secured the boys and girls Aroostook Ski League combined championships with first-place finishes in Alpine action Saturday at Lonesome Pines Trails.

The Lady Warriors defeated second-place Caribou (142) with a combined total of 120 in four events.

Fort Kent finished a close second in Nordic Action on Tuesday and Thursday behind Caribou but was able to win both the giant slalom and slalom on Saturday to take home the title.

On the boys side, the host Warriors also won the giant slalom and slalom to outdistance second- place Presque Isle 93-160 for the combined championship.

Fort Kent was also able to capture both skimeister trophies as Alexa Pelletier defeated Caribou’s Ciara Richards behind the strength of first-place finishes in the giant slalom and slalom.

David Roy of Fort Kent defeated Presque Isle’s Nick Bartlett with a balanced effort as he finished sixth in the slalom, 11th in the giant slalom, fourth in freestyle and 14th in classical.

Senior Carter Voisine sparked the Warriors with first-place finishes in the giant slalom (1:36.31) and slalom (1:16.75).

Boys Basketball

Greenville earns 10th seed

At Vinalhaven over the weekend, Greenville split two games with Vinalhaven with the Lakers earning a 54-50 overtime victory on Saturday after Vinalhaven notched a 54-51 win on Friday.

On Saturday, Vinalhaven rallied to tie it in the fourth quarter behind nine points from Lewis Cray, but the Lakers prevailed in overtime.

The win gave Greenville the No. 10 seed in Western Maine Class D and set up a 1 p.m. Wednesday prelim game with the No. 7 Vikings in Vinalhaven.

Nick Foley and Trevor Richards each scored 20 points to lead the Lakers, with Foley hitting 6 of 6 free throws.

Noah Slivinski paced the Vikings with 14 points and Max Stanley added 11.

On Friday, Slivinsky scored eight of his 12 points in the fourth quarter when the Vikings outscored the Lakers 18-8 to earn the victory.

Cody Hamilton added 16 points for the Vikings and Cray added nine, seven in the fourth quarter.

Foley paced Greenville with 20 points and Richards added 16.

(Saturday’s Game)

Greenville (54): Foley 5-6-20, Richards 7-5-20, Sullivan 2-0-4, Mendes 1-0-3, Degnan 0-3-3, Chasse 0-2-2, Pratt 1-0-2, DiAngelo

Vinalhaven (50): Slivinski 6-2-14, Stanley 4-0-11, Cray 4-0-9, Arey 3-1-7, Beckman 2-0-5, Hamilton 2-0-4, Day, Mills

Greenville 11 26 36 45 54

Vinalhaven 9 19 29 45 50

3-pt. goals: Foley 3, Richards, Mendes, Stanley 3, Cray, Beckman

(Friday’s Game)

Vinalhaven (54): Hamilton 7-2-16, Slivinsky 6-0-12, Cray 4-1-9, Arey 2-5-8, Stanley 2-3-7, Beckman 1-0-2, Webster, Mills, Ames

Greenville (51): Foley 8-0-20, Richards 6-1-16, Mendes 2-1-6, DiAngelo 1-2-4, Pratt 1-0-3, Degnan 1-0-2, Bjork, Sullivan, Chasse

Vinalhaven 10 24 36 54

Greenville 18 33 43 51

3-pt. goals: Foley 4, Richards 3, Pratt