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Basketball

Oak Hill 41, Gardiner 39
GARDINER — Cam Morin hit a fade-away jumper from the right side with 30 seconds left in regulation to lift Oak Hill to a 41-39 victory over Gardiner in a KVAC boys’ basketball matchup Tuesday evening.

Tim Levesque led the Raiders (7-8) with 14 points, while Ben Foss chipped in with 12. Tuesday’s victory makes 2010 the most successful season since 1996 for Oak Hill. 

The Tigers (5-10) were paced by Spencer Allen with 13 points, while Dan Seymour added 10. 

Buckfield 52, Rangeley 41
BUCKFIELD — The Buckfield boys’ basketball squad jumped out to a 17-6 advantage in the first frame and ran away to a 52-41 victory over Rangeley in EWC boys’ matchup Tuesday.

Nathan Corson led the Bucks (7-9) with 13 points, while Auggie Erdenechuluun and Kasey Robertson each added 12.

The Lakers (4-12) were led by Eric White with a solid 13-point performance, while Jordan Richard chipped in with nine.

Leavitt 55, Waterville 39
TURNER — Jordan Hersom sparked a 18-13 fourth quarter run that allowed Leavitt to pull away from Waterville and record a 55-39 victory Tuesday evening.

Hersom led the Hornets (6-9) with 21 points and 12 rebounds, including 10 points in the final frame. Lucas Witham chipped in with 17 points for Leavitt, while Noah Poto added six. Witham and Poto combined for five three-pointers as Leavitt gains more accuracy from beyond the arc. 

Waterville (4-11) was paced by Cameron Mitchell with 13 points, the only player in double figures.

Dirigo 72, Telstar 37
BETHEL — Dirigo exploded for 22 points in the second quarter and ran away to a 72-37 rout over Telstar in a late-season MVC boys’ basketball matchup Tuesday.

The powerhouse Cougars (13-2) had four players in double figures, led by Nic Crutchfield with a game-high 15 points. Kyle Hutchinson chipped in with 14 points, while Tyler Chiasson tallied 12 and Tyler Gates added 11. 

The struggling Rebels (4-11) were paced by TJ O’Connor with nine points, while weekly strongman Dan Vaughn chipped in with   eight. Ben Field and Emma Davis also contributed for Coach Thurlow with six points apiece. 

Edward Little 55, Oxford Hills 37
SOUTH PARIS — The Edward Little boys’ basketball squad jumped out to a 20-6 advantage in the first quarter and raced away to a 55-37 win over Oxford Hills in a KVAC matchup Tuesday.

Yusef Iman led the Red Eddies (13-2) with a game-high 25 points, while Bo Leary lit the boards for 11 and hauled down 10 rebounds. James Philbrook also contributed with eight points and nine rebounds in a well-balanced attack.

The Vikings (6-10) were led by Matt Verrier with a solid 11-point effort, while Cody Hadley chipped in with eight.

Wiscasset 54, Lisbon 39
LISBON — Cody Griffin ignited a 29-14 run in the first half as Wiscasset hustled to a 54-39 romp over Lisbon in MVC boys’ basketball action Tuesday.

Griffin finished with 14 points for the Redskins (9-6), including six in the first frame. Austin Benn chipped in with 12 points, while Jordan Jones added 10. 

The Greyhounds (2-13) received 10 points from Scott Eck, while Chris Whitney and Ethan Audie each chipped in with eight.  

Brunswick 60, Lewiston 47
BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick boys’ basketball squad went on a 17-8 run in the second frame and pulled steadily away to a 60-47 victory over Lewiston in a late-season KVAC matchup Tuesday. 

Stephen Carter led the Dragons (15-1) with 18 points, while Rashon Edgerton chipped in with 15. 

The Blue Devils (3-12) were paced by Ronnie Turner and Peter Blais with 10 points apiece, while Corbin Hyde added eight.     

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TONY

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Mt. Abram 83, Carrabec 62

NORTH ANSON — Jim Barker piled up 34 points and made good on five 3-pointers as Mt. Abram came down on Carrabec with an 83-62 victory in a boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

The Roadrunners (4-11) built a 40-34 lead at halftime and erupted with 28 points in the third quarter. Mt. Abram’s Joey Lampron and Tyler Hupper each scored 12 points and Jared Blood added 15. Hupper ripped down 15 rebounds Kenny Moor snatched 14.

For the Cobars, Aaron Lane made good on 27 points and Justin Richardson and Gino Houle scored 13 and 12 respectively.

Jay 52, Madison 45

MADISON — Jay (9-6) took advantage of Madison’s (2-13) numerous turnovers and Austin Clark scored the game-high 18 points as the Tigers took down the Bulldogs with a 52-48 victory in a boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

Jay built a narrow 28-26 lead by halftime before holding Madison to just six points in the third quarter. Madison’s Nick Moody scored the team-high 15 points.

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JAN

 Basketball

Hockey

Basketball

Edward Little 55, Oxford Hills 37

SOUTH PARIS – The Edward Little boys’ basketball squad jumped out to a 20-6 advantage in the first quarter and raced away to a 55-37 win over Oxford Hills in a KVAC matchup Tuesday.

Yusef Iman led the Red Eddies (13-2) with a game-high 25 points, while Bo Leary lit the boards for 11 and hauled down 10 rebounds. James Philbrook also contributed with eight points and nine rebounds in a well-balanced attack.

The Vikings (6-10) were led by Matt Verrier with a solid 11-point effort, while Cody Hadley chipped in with eight.

Jay 52, Madison 45

MADISON – Jay (9-6) took advantage of Madison’s (2-13) numerous turnovers and Austin Clark scored the game-high 18 points as the Tigers took down the Bulldogs with a 52-48 victory in a boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

Jay built a narrow 28-26 lead by halftime before holding Madison to just six points in the third quarter. Madison’s Nick Moody scored the team-high 15 points.

Buckfield 52, Rangeley 41

BUCKFIELD – The Buckfield boys’ basketball squad jumped out to a 17-6 advantage in the first frame and ran away to a 52-41 victory over Rangeley in EWC boys’ matchup Tuesday.

Nathan Corson led the Bucks (7-9) with 13 points, while Auggie Erdenechuluun and Kasey Robertson each added 12.

The Lakers (4-12) were led by Eric White with a solid 13-point performance, while Jordan Richard chipped in with nine.

Leavitt 55, Waterville 39

TURNER – Jordan Hersom sparked a 18-13 fourth quarter run that allowed Leavitt to pull away from Waterville and record a 55-39 victory Tuesday evening.

Hersom led the Hornets (6-9) with 21 points and 12 rebounds, including 10 points in the final frame. Lucas Witham chipped in with 17 points for Leavitt, while Noah Poto added six. Witham and Poto combined for five three-pointers as Leavitt gains more accuracy from beyond the arc. 

Waterville (4-11) was paced by Cameron Mitchell with 13 points, the only player in double figures.

Dirigo 72, Telstar 37

BETHEL – Dirigo exploded for 22 points in the second quarter and ran away to a 72-37 rout over Telstar in a late-season MVC boys’ basketball matchup Tuesday.

The powerhouse Cougars (13-2) had four players in double figures, led by Nic Crutchfield with a game-high 15 points. Kyle Hutchinson chipped in with 14 points, while Tyler Chiasson tallied 12 and Tyler Gates added 11. 

The struggling Rebels (4-11) were paced by TJ O’Connor with nine points, while weekly strongman Dan Vaughn chipped in with   eight. Ben Field and Emma Davis also contributed for Coach Thurlow with six points apiece. 

Oak Hill 41, Gardiner 39

GARDINER – Cam Morin hit a fade-away jumper from the right side with 30 seconds left in regulation to lift Oak Hill to a 41-39 victory over Gardiner in a KVAC boys’ basketball matchup Tuesday evening.

Tim Levesque led the Raiders (7-8) with 14 points, while Ben Foss chipped in with 12. Tuesday’s victory makes 2010 the most successful season since 1996 for Oak Hill. 

The Tigers (5-10) were paced by Spencer Allen with 13 points, while Dan Seymour added 10. 

Wiscasset 54, Lisbon 39

LISBON – Cody Griffin ignited a 29-14 run in the first half as Wiscasset hustled to a 54-39 romp over Lisbon in MVC boys’ basketball action Tuesday.

Griffin finished with 14 points for the Redskins (9-6), including six in the first frame. Austin Benn chipped in with 12 points, while Jordan Jones added 10. 

The Greyhounds (2-13) received 10 points from Scott Eck, while Chris Whitney and Ethan Audie each chipped in with eight.  

Brunswick 60, Lewiston 47

BRUNSWICK – The Brunswick boys’ basketball squad went on a 17-8 run in the second frame and pulled steadily away to a 60-47 victory over Lewiston.

Stephen Carter led the Dragons (15-1) with 18 points, while Rashon Edgerton chipped in with 15. 

The Blue Devils (3-12) were paced by Ronnie Turner and Peter Blais with 10 points apiece, while Corbin Hyde added eight.     

St. Dom’s 54, Winthrop 50

WINTHROP – Peter Keaney scored 21 points in the second half to help the Saints recover from a seven-point halftime deficit to post a 54-50 victory over Winthrop in an MVC boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

The Ramblers led 15-13 and 23-16 after the first two quarters nefore the Saints (10-5) got it’s offense on track.

Keaney finished with 26 points and also had 10 rebounds to lead the Saints. Chris Bryant chipped in with 1o points.

Cory Staples led the way for the Ramblers (2-13) with 25 points and Billy Gordon added 12 points.

Mt. Abram 83, Carrabec 62

NORTH ANSON – Jim Barker piled up 34 points and made good on five 3-pointers as Mt. Abram came down on Carrabec with an 83-62 victory in a boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

The Roadrunners (4-11) built a 40-34 lead at halftime and erupted with 28 points in the third quarter. Mt. Abram’s Joey Lampron and Tyler Hupper each scored 12 points and Jared Blood added 15. Hupper ripped down 15 rebounds Kenny Moor snatched 14.

For the Cobars, Aaron Lane made good on 27 points and Justin Richardson and Gino Houle scored 13 and 12 respectively.


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