SOUTH CHINA –  Alli Nolan netted a game-high 12 points to lead Oxford Hills to a 66-18 rout over Erskine Academy in girls’ basketball action Friday.

The Vikings (1-2) dominated across all four quarters, taking a 33-8 lead into the half, and expanding their lead in quarters three and four. Brooke Ladd, Abbie Eastman and Megan Joyce each contributed 10 points apiece for Oxford Hills.

The Eagles (1-2) were held to single-digit scoring in all four quarters. Kaci Hudson tossed a team-high seven points on two field goals and three free throws in the losing effort.

Winthrop 39, Mt. Abram 29

SALEM – Winthrop saw a 13-point second-half lead dwindle to 2 points with two minutes to play, before pulling away for a 39-29 girls’ basketball victory over Mt. Abram in an MVC girls’ basketball game Friday.

The Ramblers (1-2) used a 17-7 spurt in the second quarter to open a 25-14 lead at halftime over the slow-starting Roadrunners (0-3).

Nikki Scott and Kelsey Ouellette scored 12 points apiece to lead Winthrop. Tori Beane paced Mt. Abram with eight points, while Miranda Smith added seven.

St. Dom’s 43, Livermore Falls 40

AUBURN – St. Dom’s sank 8-of-9 free throws in the final quarter to keep Livermore Falls from gaining the lead in a tight 43-40 triumph for the Saints.

Free throws proved to be the difference in the game. The Saints (2-0) were successful on 13-of-16 attempts, while Livermore Falls (2-1) only converted 3 of 16 from the foul line.

The game was tied 10-10 and 21-21 after the first two quarters before the Saints slipped in front, 31-30 entering the final quarter.

Allaina Murphy led St. Dom’s with a game-high 21 points. Kathrynn Ventrella led the Andies with 17 points, including three 3-pointers, while Hannah Therrien chipped in with eight points.

Valley 41, Buckfield 11

BINGHAM – Valley built a 21-2 lead by halftime and coasted to a 41-11 victory over Buckfield in an EWC girls’ basketball contest.

Jocelyn Laweryson scored 20 points to outscore the Bucks by herself. Ashlee Hamann led Buckfield with seven points, while Ali Martin and Alicia Patrice completed the scoring with two apiece.

Lincoln 47, Oak Hill 45

WALES – Laura Soohey scored 13 points to lead Lincoln to a 47-45 victory over Oak Hill.

Maggie Sabine scored a game-high 18 points for the Raiders.

Gray-NG 67, Wells 44

GRAY – Gray-New Gloucester exploded for 21 second-quarter points Friday to gain the advantage en route to its first WMC girls’ basketball victory of the season, 67-44, over Wells.

Laura Getchell led the Patriots (1-2) with 14 points. Meghan Dehetre added 11, including a pair of 3-pointers. Kassie and  Morgan Wilson each chipped in nine.

Lily Colley propelled Wells (0-3) with 15 points. Kelsey Bragdon contributed 11.

Jay 62, Wiscasset 40

WISCASSET – Beth Moore accumulated 11 points, 17 rebounds and seven steals to lead Jay past Wiscasset, 62-40, in an MVC girls’ basketball clash Friday night.

Hillary Deane scored a team-high 21 points for the Tigers (2-1), who blew open the game with a 27-10 surge in the fourth quarter. Deane and Moore combined for 20 points in the final stanza.

Alexis Blodgett added 14 points for Jay. Mary Ellen True led Wiscasset (0-3) with 11.

Vinalhaven 44, Rangeley 42

VINALHAVEN – Rangeley’s comeback hopes were halted by a free-throw line violation in the final minute Friday night, and unbeaten Vinalhaven walked away with a 44-42 victory in the first half of an East-West Conference weekend doubleheader.

Allie Hammond scored 16 points to lead the Lakers (0-3), who chipped away at a six-point deficit in the fourth quarter. Emily Carrier added seven points and a team-high 11 rebounds.

Amelia Davidson paced Vinalhaven (3-0) with 18 points.

Morse 55, Lewiston 30

BATH – Morse held Lewiston to eight points in the first half of a 55-30 KVAC Class A girls’ basketball contest Friday.

Eleven different players scored for the Shipbuilders (3-0), led by Tarra Burr with 10 points. Morse enjoyed a 21-8 advantage from the free-throw line.

Atong Reyak and Kayla Hamel led the Blue Devils (0-3) with seven points each.

Greely 69, Poland 15

CUMBERLAND – Greely exploded to a 20-point lead after one quarter Friday and cruised to a 69-15 WMC girls’ basketball win over Poland.

Abby Young led the Rangers (3-0) with 18 points and two of the team’s six 3-pointers. Megan Coale and Jaclyn Storey each chipped in 10 points.

Brittany Michaud scored eight points for the Knights (0-3).

Edward Little 58, Brunswick 41

BRUNSWICK – Senior guard Kirsten Prue recorded a game-high 21 points, and nailed eight of nine from the free throw in the fourth quarter to propel Edward Little to a 58-41 triumph over Brunswick in KVAC girls’ basketball action Friday.

The Red Eddies (2-0) played even in the first quarter, but went on a 9-2 run in the second to take a 19-14 lead at intermission.

Edward Little went an impressive 18-for-24 from the foul line in the fourth quarter. Senior forward Kayla Cummings contributed 20 points, including 14 from the free throw line.

Senior forward Alexa Dearborn scored a team-high 11 points, while senior guard Hilary Champagne netted 10 points for Brunswick.

Hockey

Lewiston 12, Yarmouth 2

LEWISTON – Marisa Zamrock punched in four goals and Kristen Lacasse and Emilie Cloutier each added two as Lewiston glided past Yarmouth with a 12-2 victory in a hockey game at the Colisee on Friday evening.

The Blue Devils (3-1-1) built a quick 5-0 lead after the first period and held a 10-2 lead after two periods.

Sara Marden also scored a pair of goals for Lewiston. For Yarmouth, Suzanne Driscoll and Courtney Barker each scored a goal.


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