DeMillo powers Jay past Boothbay Boys


JAY – Kaylie DeMillo netted 21 points, pulled down eight rebounds, dished off eight assists and made six steals to lead Jay to a 67-48 victory over Boothbay in MVC action Tuesday.

Jay used a 31-8 run in the third quarter to pull away for the win.

Liz Leblanc chipped in for the Tigers (3-4) with 11 points, while Mallory Bonnevie and Hillary Deane tallied 10 points each.

Brittany Markowski paced the Seagulls (1-4) with 16 points, while Ali Hartley added 12.

Oxf. Hills 77, Lewiston 26

PARIS – Kari Pelletier scored 14 points as Oxford Hills coasted to a 77-26 victory over Lewiston.

Oxford Hills received scoring from 10 different players in a balanced attack. Terry Bunce added 12 points and Katie Martin and Kyla Martin scored 9 each.

Lewiston was lead by Maria Labbe with 6 points.

Lincoln 69, Oak Hill 36

NEWCASTLE – Lincoln Academy erupted for 25 points in the first quarter and held Oak Hill (1-5) to just two as the Eagles coasted to a 69-36 victory in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference girls’ basketball game Tuesday night.

Alex Donald dropped in the game-high 15 points and teammate Payson Benner added another 10 for Lincoln (2-6).

By halftime, the Eagles had built a 36-15 lead and glided off with a victory in the second half. For Oak Hill, Emily Sabine scored 14 points.

Lincoln 64, Oak Hill 37


WALES – Devon Peaslee netted 16 points to lead Lincoln Academy to a 64-37 victory over Oak Hill in KVAC girls’ basketball action.

Lincoln built a 14-point advantage in the first half and was never challenged.

Matt Ford chipped in for the Eagles (6-2) with 11 points, while Luke Allie added nine. The Raiders (0-7) were paced by Kory Vanek with 10 points, while Bronson Drewry added nine.

Oxf. Hills 70, Lewiston 57

LEWISTON – Brandon Moffett tossed in 14 points to spark Oxford Hills to a 70-57 triumph over Lewiston.

Tom McGee scored 12 points and Ethan Sutton added 10 for the Vikings (3-4). Lewiston was paced by Jarred Palmer with a game high 25 points. Abdi Abdinassir dumped in 13 for the Blue Devils (2-6).

Cony 58, Leavitt 39

TURNER – Andrew Pullen poured in 22 points as Cony outgunned Leavitt 58-39 in a KVAC boys’ matchup Tuesday.

Chris Thurston chipped in for the Rams (6-2) with 12 points, while Brian Lui added 11.

The Hornets (4-3) were paced by Cameron Angell with 13 points. Tyler Millette added 12. Cony built a 10-point advantage in the first half and never trailed.