High school roundup: Mustangs rally past Raiders


MONMOUTH — Monmouth Academy rallied from a late deficit to beat Oak Hill 46-40 in MVC girls’ basketball Monday.

The Raiders (4-5) had taken a late lead on 3-pointers by Sadie Goulet. The Mustangs used their full court pressure and drew some fouls. Melissa Brassard sank 5-of-6 free throws down the stretch to help Monmouth erase the four-point deficit.

Kylie Kemp led Monmouth (7-1) with 12 points and eight rebounds while Sierra Spencer had 11 points and seven rebounds. Brassard led the team with nine boards and nine points. Oak Hill got 22 from Goulet and eight from Hayley Marshall.

Spruce Mountain 61, Telstar 16

JAY — Spruce Mountain outscored Telstar 30-9 in the first half en route to a 61-16 win in MVC play Monday.

Amanda Castonguay led the Phoenix (9-0) with 11 points while Kailee Newcomb had 10. Nicole Hamblin finished with nine, and Emily Keene and Samantha Richard each had eight. Telstar (0-8) got five from Olivia York and four each from Victoria Ryerson and Rebecca Howard.

Keene added eight rebounds and seven assists for Spruce Mountain while Richards had seven boards.

Dirigo 55, Mountain Valley 31

DIXFIELD — Dirigo used a 19-6 second quarter to break the game open in a 55-31 win over Mountain Valley in girls’ basketball Monday.

Emma Lueders and Jess Conant led Dirigo (7-2) with nine points each. Kayla Gaudin had eight points, four blocks and five steals. Mountain Valley (2-6) was led by Brooke Dolloff with 12.

Hall-Dale 62, Winthrop14

FARMINGDALE — The Bulldogs built  a 23-5 lead in the first quarter and never looked back in a 62-14 win over Winthrop in MVC girls’ basketball Monday.

Molly French led Hall-Dale (3-5) with 11 while Allison Crockett added 10. Winthrop (0-8) got six from Cat Ouellette and four from Shauna Carlson.

Girls’ hockey

Lewiston 7, St. Dom’s 1

LEWISTON — Corinne Laberge and Natalie Rousseau netted a pair of goals each and Mikaela Brown added a goal and three assists as Lewiston pounded rival St. Dom’s 7-1 in the teams’ final meeting of the season Monday at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee.

Laberge scored just 1:20 into the contest to set the tone. Brown and Rousseau followed, and in the waining minutes of the first, former Saints’ skater Faith Ide netted her first goal against her former club to push the Blue Devils’ (10-2) lead to 4-0.

Laberge, Eric Lemieux and Rousseau all scored in the second frame as Lewiston pulled away. St. Dom’s sniper Kayla McLellan broke Lewiston keeper Brianna Lajoie’s shutout bid at 8:06 of the third to cap the scoring.