MONMOUTH – Jenn Lola notched 13 points and had seven rebounds to lead Monmouth to a 46-37 triumph over Mountain Valley in girls’ basketball Thursday.

Jill Armstrong, Lindsay Scirica, and Cortney Barrett each scored eight points apiece for the Mustangs (3-1).

Tanya Martin had a solid performance for Mountain Valley (2-2) with 19 points.

Cony 68, Oxford Hills 53

AUGUSTA – The Cony Rams handed Oxford Hills its first loss of the season with a 68-53 victory over the Vikings in KVAC action Thursday.

Cassie Cooper led the Rams (4-1) with 26 points, while post players Kristi Violette and Rachel Mack chipped in 17 and 16 points, respectively.

The Vikings (4-1) got 18 points from Terry Bunce, including four 3-pointers. Kari Pelletier had 14 while Alley Fox added eight.

The Rams opened a six-point lead in the first quarter and were up 33-22 by halftime. The Vikings scored 21 points in the final period, but couldn’t overcome the deficit.

Camden Hills 63, Oak Hill 44

WALES – Allie Parent led all scorers with a game-high 22 points as Camden Hills defeated Oak Hill 63-44.

Kayla Gushee sank three 3-pointers en route to her 15 points, while Kate Fetterman contributed 12 points for Camden Hills (4-1).

The Raiders had a strong fourth quarter, outscoring Camden Hills 13-7. Ambyr Provost scored 15 points for Oak Hill (1-2),. Emily Sabine added 10 points, four blocks, and four steals.

MCI 41, Maranacook 37

READFIELD – Maine Central Institute used a 16-4 second quarter to burst ahead Thursday night in KVAC action and hold off Maranacook in a 41-37 victory.

Bianca Asaro and Jenna Lorentsen each had nine points for MCI (3-1).

The Black Bears (0-5) got 14 points from Alyssa Neptune and eight each from Brittany Myles and Chelsey Freeman.

Poland 50, Freeport 44

POLAND – Trailing at halftime, Poland turned up the defensive pressure in the third quarter. The switch to a full-court press changed the momentum and sent the Knights to a 50-44 triumph over Freeport.

Freeport (1-5) opened with a 19-15 lead at the half, but Poland (2-5) outscored the Bobcats 17-6 in the decisive third quarter.

Jen Dionne and Danielle Belanger led Poland with 13 points apiece.

Hannah Boutin and Sarah Murray scored 12 each for Freeport.

Greely 37, G-NG 26

GRAY – Megan McDevitt downed 18 points to lead Greely to a 37-26 win, serving Gray-New Gloucester with its first lost this season in girls’ basketball action Thursday evening.

Ansley White chipped in with eight points for Greely (4-2).

The Gray effort was led by Olivia Ryan with 10 points and Chelsea Durgin with seven.


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