WINTHROP – Kelsey Ouellette erupted to score 17 of her game-high 23 points in the second half to help Winthrop pull away for a 51-34 victory over Georges Valley in an MVC girls’ basketball game Tuesday.

The Ramblers (2-2) broke the game open with a 22-11 surge in the final quarter.

Nikki Scott chipped in with seven points for the Ramblers. Kennadi Grover led Georges Valley (1-3) with 19 points.

Medomak Valley 49, Oak Hill 21

WALES – Medomak Valley used a 22-2 third-quarter run to pull away from Oak Hill and record a 49-21 victory in KVAC girls’ basketball action Tuesday.

The Panthers (4-0) were led by Erica Christnsen with 16 points, while Alanna Voss chipped in with 11. Medomak held a 29-12 advantage at the break and was never challenged. 

Becka Lehotay led the Raiders (1-3) with six points, while Jess Roberts added five. 

Dirigo 43, Madison 32

MADISON – Dirigo used a 16-6 run in the fourth quarter to pull away from Madison and record a 43-32 victory in a MVC matchup Tuesday evening.

Hannah Knight led the Cougars (3-1) with 15 points, while Jane Hebert chipped in with 12. 

Madison (2-2) was paced by Ali Russell with 11 points, while Jen Brown added 10. Tied at 19-19 after the first half, the two squads were just one point apart headed into the final frame. 

Richmond 55, Buckfield 28

BUCKFIELD – Richmond jumped out to a 24-14 advantage in the first frame and cruised home to a 55-28 victory over Buckfield in an EWC girls’ basketball.

The Bobcats were paced by Brooke Lancaster with 17 points, while Megan Deraps chipped in with 12. 

Ally Martin and Sami Jones led the Bucks (0-4) with six points each. 

Jay 52, Mt. Abram 35

JAY – Jay utilized a 16-3 second-quarter run to pull away from Mt. Abram and went on for a 52-35 victory over Mt. Abram in an MVC girls’ basketball game.

The Tigers (3-1) were led by Beth Moore with 15 points, 14 rebounds and five steals. Lexis Blodgett chipped in with 11 points in a two-player attack.

Tori Beane led the Roadrunners (0-4) with nine points, while Miranda Smith added seven.  

Rangeley 49, Hyde 34

BATH – Emily Carrier ignited a 21-7 run in the third quarter as Rangeley rallied back for a 49-34 victory over Hyde in local girls’ basketball action Tuesday.

Carrier led the Lakers (1-4) with 13 points, including six in the third frame. Chantelle Carrier chipped in with 11 points, while Allie Hammond added 11 in a well-balanced attack. Hyde led by three at halftime before Rangeley’s offense began to click. 

Sage Harrris led the way for Hyde (1-3) with 10 points, while Alyssa Thomas added nine. 

Gray-NG 43, Freeport 35

FREEPORT – After a 10-10 deadlock after the first quarter, Gray-New Gloucester used a 10-6 run in the second frame to pull out a narrow 43-35 win over Freeport.

Alicia Valente led the Patriots (2-2) with 12 points, while Meghan Dehetre added 10. Cassie Wilson also contributed with three points and 14 rebounds. 

Freeport (0-4) was paced by Rachel Foster with a nine-point performance, and Leigh Wyman added eight. 

Skowhegan 56, Mt. Blue 27

FARMINGTON – Jaime Poland led three players in double figures with 15 points as Skowhegan buried Mt. Blue 56-27 Tuesday in a KVAC girls’ basketball tilt.

McKenzie Smith added 14 for the Indians (4-0), and Amanda Johnson hit for 11 in the victory.

Jillian Perron led the Cougars (0-3) with eight points, including four from the foul line.

Monmouth 40, Wiscasset 22

MONMOUTH – Monmouth broke open a tight game with an 11-4 third quarter and secured its first win of the season with a 40-22 victory over Wiscasset.

Leading 14-11 at the half, the Mustangs (1-2) outscored the Redskins 11-4 and 15-7 in the second half. Monmouth sank 11 of 19 free throws in the fourth to seal it.

Sierra Spencer led Monmouth with 13 points and seven rebounds. Eight of her points came in the final quarter when the Mustangs pulled away. Kristine Kahl had 11 points and nine rebounds, and Daisi Poole added seven points.

Wiscasset (0-4) was led by Ali Johnson with eight points.

York 69, Poland 7

POLAND – York jumped out to a 23-0 lead in the first frame and never looked back, as the Wildcats roared to a 69-7 romp over Poland in WMC girls’ basketball.

The Wildcats (4-0) were paced by Nikki Taylor with a game-high 16 points, while Chelsea Morley tallied 12 and Emma Clark added 11. York held a commanding 38-0 advantage at the break and was never challenged. 

The Knights (0-4) were led by Maria Lundberg with five points, while Sara Sands played a strong game on defense. 

Boothbay 32, Livermore Falls 26

BOOTHBAY – Alex Clarke and Meryl Jones led a balanced attack as Boothbay rallied from a five-point first-quarter deficit to earn a 32-36 win in MVC basketball action Tuesday.

The Boothbay defense shut the Andies out in the second quarter.

Kathryn Ventrella led Livermore Falls with nine points, including one from beyond the arc.

Mt. Ararat 53, Oxford Hills 37

TOPSHAM – Mt. Ararat broke a first-quarter tie, charged to a 14-point halftime lead and cruised to a 53-37 KVAC girls’ basketball win Tuesday over Oxford Hills.

Ariel LeDuc led the Eagles (1-3) with 14 points. Tess Hitchcock added 13 points and Hannah Fenwick 10. Mt. Ararat used a 16-2 advantage in the second quarter to take a 22-8 lead.

Lindsay Fox topped the Vikings (1-3) with 16 points. Brooke Ladd chipped in eight.

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