WALES — Kelly Pomerleau scored 11 of her 29 points in the fourth quarter to lead St. Dom's to a 55-49 come-from-behind victory over Oak Hill in MVC girls' basketball action Tuesday. Faith Grady added 11 for the Saints (1-1), including a 3-pointer.
Sadie Goulet was the star for the Raiders (0-2), draining six 3-point shots and hitting for 25 points overall.
Richmond 58, Buckfield 19
BUCKFIELD — Jamie Plummer drained a game-high 27 points, including the contest's only 3-pointer, and Noell Acord chipped in with 10 more as Richmond sprinted past Buckfield, 58-19, in an EWC basketball contest Tuesday.
Michelle Mazon paced the Bucks (1-1) with seven points, while Naudia Wesley added six.
Mt. Abram 61, Telstar 37
SALEM — Mikayla Luce poured in 21 points and Miranda Smith added 17 more to pace Mt. Abram past Telstar, 61-37, in MVC girls' basketball action Tuesday. Jill Howard added 12 for the 1-1 Roadrunners.
Rebecca Howard and Casey Blafzczak scored eight each in the loss for the Rebels (0-2).
Poland 52, Wells 46
WELLS — Michaela Arsenault netted a game-high 20 points Tuesday to propel Poland to a 52-46 victory over Wells in a WMC girl's basketball matchup Tuesday.
The Knights (1-1) built a 23-19 advantage in the first half and hung on to prevail despite a 20-point fourth frame effort for Wells. Emily Bolduc chipped in with 16 points, including two shots from beyond the arc.
Wells (1-1) was paced by Nicole Moody with 12 points, while Stephanie Woods chipped in with 10.
Brewer 55, Mt. Blue 52
BREWER — Lindsay Houp drained a 30-foot shot with just five seconds left in regulation to give Brewer a 55-52 victory over Mt. Blue in a KVAC girl's tilt Tuesday.
Houp led the Witches (1-1) with a 17-point performance, while Alexa Grindle and Maddy Bailey each added 13 in a well-balanced attack.
The Cougars (1-1) were paced by Miranda Nicely with a game-high 19 points, while Gabby Foy tallied 13 and Jaycee Jencks added 10.
Lewiston 61, Erskine 40
SOUTH CHINA — Lewiston went on a 21-10 run in the third frame Tuesday and raced away to record a 61-40 win over Erskine in more girls' basketball action.
Emily Brochu led the Blue Devils (1-1) with a solid 15 point effort, while Christina Blais tallied 10 and Brie Wilson added nine.
The Eagles (0-2) were led by Becca Humphrey with 15 points, the only player to reach double figures. Lewiston held a 33-15 advantage at the half and was never challenged.
Madison 63, Mountain Valley 40
MADISON — Madison roared out to a 22-1 lead in the first quarter and never looked back in a 63-40 win in their home opener Tuesday.
Bronte Elias led the Bulldogs with 14 points and 13 rebounds while Sam Bruce added 12 points and seven assists. Emily McKenney, Alex Jarvis and Kristen Wood each had eight for Madison.
Mountain Valley (1-1) got 11 from Darbi Brown and eight from Jena Plourde.
Spruce Mountain 58, Carrabec 27
JAY — Spruce Mountain finished off Carrabec with a 17-1 fourth quarter in a 58-27 win over the Cobras Tuesday.
The Phoenix had built a 41-26 lead after three and finished strong to stay unbeaten at 2-0. Ncole Hamblin led the Phoenix with 17 points and four assists. Kailee Newcomb added nine points while Samantha Richards added eight points and three steals.
Carrabec (0-2) got five each from Mickayla Willette and Kate Stevens.
Spruce Mountain opened the game with a 10-0 run but Carrabec was within 23-17 at the half.
Monmouth 47, Boothbay 46
BOOTHBAY — Kylie Kemp scored 18 points to lead Monmouth to a season-opening 47-46 win over Boothbay Tuesday.
Sierra Spencer added 14 for the Mustangs, including a pair of 3's.
Monmouth trailed 23-14 at the half but outscored the Seahawks 12-6 in the third and 21-17 in the fourth.
Leavitt 47, Winslow 23
WINSLOW — Kristen Anderson scored 19 points Tuesday night and Leavitt pulled away for a 47-23 KVAC girls' basketball victory over Winslow.
The Hornets (2-0) led 16-10 at the half before a 16-3 gain put it away in the third. Mariah Treadwell added nine points for Leavitt. Alyssa Wood led the Black Raiders with seven.
Gray-New Gloucester 58, Sacopee Valley 18
SOUTH HIRAM — After jumping out to a 13-point lead in the first frame, Gray-New Gloucester put it in cruise mode and rolled to a 58-18 win over Sacopee Valley in a lopsided girl's basketball matchup.
Haylee Cote led the Patriots (2-0) with a 17-point performance, while Stephanie Greaton and Michele Dehetre each added 10. Gray-New Gloucester held a 24-6 advantage at the half and was never even remotely challenged.