Basketball

Oxford Hills 47, Mt. Blue 34

FARMINGTON – Brooke Ladd tossed a game-high 16 points to lead Oxford Hills to a 47-34 victory over Mt. Blue in KVAC girls’ basketball action Friday.

The Vikings hit all six of their 3-pointers in the first half to leverage a 24-17 lead at the midpoint. Ladd contributed three of the Viking’s six 3-pointers while posting four field goals and five free throws. Lindsay Fox chipped in with 11 points for Oxford Hills.

Freshman Gabby Fox paced the Cougars (0-12) with four field goals, including two from beyond the arc for 10 points in the losing effort.

Edward Little 65, Brewer 30

BREWER – Francesca Lally hit five 3-pointers on her way to a game-high 19 points to help send Edward Little to a 65-30 girls’ basketball triumph over Brewer in a KVAC matchup Friday.

Lally sank three of the treys in the first half as the Red Eddoes (12-1) roared to a 39-14 lead by halftime. The lead grew to 40 points by the end of the third quarter.

Kirsten Prue chipped in with 14 points and Kayla Cummings had nine points.

Rangeley 61, Forest Hills 28

RANGELEY – Chantal Carrier scored a game-high 19 points and Alanna Lauter added 15 points to lead Rangeley to a 61-28 thrashing of Forest Hills in a Class D girls’ basketball game Friday.

The Lakers (6-5) jumped all over Forest Hills from the opening tap to race to a 17-2 advantage after one quarter. The margin grew to 34-7 and 56-12 after the middle two stanzas.

Allie Hammond chipped in with nine points for Rangeley, while Sandra Campbell led the defense with 10 steals. Kendra Gilbert led the Tigers (4-7) with 10 points.

Lisbon 39, Mt. Abram 19

LISBON – Lisbon held Mt. Abram to just three points in the second and third quarters as the Greyhounds raced away with a 39-19 victory in a girls’ basketball game Friday.

The Greyhounds (9-2) grabbed a 16-7 halftime lead, and Renee Moore scored the game-high 15 points. Amber Cloutier followed with 11 points, which included three 3-pointers.

Lisbon’s Jessica Cambell had five steals and Kelsea Linnell was credited with five blocked shots.

Hockey

Leavitt 7, Portland 1

KENTS HILL – Junior center Jamie Thibault notched a hat trick with two seconds remaining in regulation to propel Leavitt to a 7-1 victory over Portland in girls’ hockey action Friday evening.

Freshman forward Sydney Nadeau opened up the scoring with a first period tally for the Hornets (8-2-1). Leavitt turned up the heat with three unanswered goals in the second period. Nadeau recorded two goals and an assist, while sophomore defenseman collected a pair of assists.

Raechel Allen spoiled the shutout with a goal at 6:22 of the third period for the Bulldogs (5-6-2).

Goalie Kristen Baker made 30 saves for Portland, while Brianna Stanley turned back 13 for Leavitt.


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