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Basketball

Medomak Valley 51, Oak Hill 50
WALES — Isaac Durkee hit a three-pointer with less than a minute left in regulation to lift Medomak Valley to a 51-50 victory over Oak Hill in a late-season KVAC boys’ basketball tilt Tuesday evening.

Alex MacKenzie led the Panthers (13-4) with 16 points, while Durkee and Isaac Greenrose each added nine. Medomak carried a six point advantage into the third frame before Oak Hill rallied back into contention. 

Tim Levesque led the Raiders (7-10) with a game-high 27 points, while Cam Morin chipped in with 10 points, six rebounds and four steals. 

Maranacook 64, Leavitt 48
READFIELD — The Maranacook boys’ basketball squad erupted for 19 points in the third quarter and ran off to a 64-48 victory over Leavitt in a KVAC matchup Tuesday.

The Black Bears (13-4) led by just two points at the break before hitting high gear in the third frame. David Clough led Maranacook with a game-high 24 points, while Ben Johnson chipped in with 19. 

The Hornets (7-10) were led by Jordan Hersom with 15 points and 12 rebounds, while Lucas Witham scored nine points, pulled down five rebounds and made five assists. 

Livermore Falls 49, Madison 29
MADISON — The Livermore Falls boys’ basketball squad went on a 30-14 run in the mid stages of the contest and raced away to a 49-29 victory over Madison in a late-season MVC matchup Tuesday. 

Mike Anctil led the Andies (14-3) with 13 points, while Derek Castonguay chipped in with 11 and Khyle Whittemore added nine.

The Bulldogs (2-15) were led by Ian Hartigan with eight points and 13 rebounds. Nick Moody and Cody Small also contributed with six points apiece.

Oxford Hills 65, Lewiston 58
SOUTH PARIS — Despite a big rally by Lewiston in the third frame, Oxford Hills held on for a 65-58 win over Lewiston in a KVAC girls’ tilt Tuesday.

The Vikings (7-10) jumped out to a 20-10 advantage in the first quarter and extended their lead to 13 at the break. The Blue Devils (3-14) went on a 23-15 run in the third to close the gap.

Corbin Hyde led Lewiston with 17 points and eight rebounds, while Peter Blais tallied 14 and Ronnie Turner added 10.

Monmouth 52, Georges Valley 35
THOMASTON — The Monmouth boys’ basketball team erupted for 20 points in the second quarter and raced away to a 52-35 romp over Georges Valley in a late-season MVC matchup Tuesday.

Ryan Baillargeon led the mighty Mustangs with 12 points, while Corey Dyke and Robby Neal each lit the boards with 10. 

The Buccaneers were paced by Alex Grierson with a solid 11-point effort, while Logan Cross chipped in with eight. Georges Valley jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first frame before Monmouth’s offense got revved up. 

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Poland 46, Freeport 40

FREEPORT — Kyle MacVane scored the team-high 10 points and Poland exploded with 20 points in the decisive third quarter as the Knights (5-12) crowned Freeport, 46-40, in a boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

Poland’s Matt Brewster and Mike Little each pulled down eight rebounds and combined for 15 points. Logan Nichols had six assists.

The Knights were down 22-16 at halftime before they recovered in the third quarter. For Freeport (3-14), Tom Dorsey scored 11 points.

Wiscasett 49, St. Dom’s 48

AUBURN — Jordan Jones turned his 3-pointer into a four-point play with five seconds left to play and steered Wiscasett to a heart-stopping 49-48 victory over St. Dom’s in a boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

The Saints (11-6) were leading by three points when Jones rescued the Redskins (11-6) with his heroic four-point miracle.

In the first half, the Saints were down 24-21 before dropping in a splendid 18-point performance in the third quarter.

For the Saints, Nathan Poulin scored 11 points and Peter Keaney dropped in the team-high 13 points and pulled down 10 rebounds. The Redskins were led by Alec Benn and Cody Griffin, who each scored 12 points.

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Waterville 7, Edward Little 2

WATERVILLE — Kyle Bishop registered a hat trick and Waterville broke open a tight contest with four unanswered goals in thesecond period to shut down Edward Little 7-2 on Tuesday. Bishop also collected a pair of assists, Josh Gaudette had two goals and three assists and Ben Roy and Katy Massey added a goal each for the Purple Panthers (9-4-1).

Jared Pelletier and Austin Polisky had a goal each for the Eddies (11-4-0) and Mat Gordon added a pair of assists in the setback, Edward Little’s first in nine games. Rich Belanger stopped 43 of 50 shots in the defeat.

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Jay 72, Carrabec 61

NORTH ANSON – Jay recovered from a 17-point deficit in the first quarter and took command in the second half to pull away for a 72-61 victory over Carrabec in an MVC boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

The Cobras (5-12) jumped out to a 25-8 advantage after the opening quarter, but Jay goy on track before halftime and cut the deficit to 30-27 by intermission.

Austin led four Jay players in double figures with 18 points. Kyle Storer added 17 points, while James Barker and Jacob Bessey had 14 apiece.

Justin Richardson led CFarrabec with 18 points, while Gino Houle chipped in with 14 points and Nick McCarthy had 12.

Richmond 64, Buckfield 25

RICHMOND – Bruce Carver scored a game-high 17 pints and Richmond’s defense made life miserable for Buckfield in a 64-25 victory on Tuesday.

The Bucks never got on track, trailing 17-6, 33-10 and 53-19 at the quarter breaks.

Nick Woods added 13 points for the Bobcats (15-1), while Tom Carter had 11 points and Kyle O’Brien had 10.

Kasey Robertson led the Bucks (7-10) with eighr points.

Bangor 42, Mt. Blue 29

FARMINGTON – Clinging a two-point lead entering the final quarter, Bangor erupted in the final eight minutes to blow the game open and pull away fro a 42-29 triumph over Mt. Blue in a KVAC boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

The victory extended Bangor’s winning streak to 14 games.

The host Cougars (10-7) held an 18-14 advantage at halftime in the low-scoring affair before the Rams inched ahead 25-23 entering the final stanza.

Bangor (15-2), which limited Mt. Blue to 11 points in the second half, finished the game with a 17-6 run.

Clark Noonan led Bangor with 12 points, while Cam Sennick finished with 13 points for the Cougars.

Medomak Valley 51, Oak Hill 50

WALES – Isaac Durkee hit a three-pointer with less than a minute left in regulation to lift Medomak Valley to a 51-50 victory over Oak Hill in a late-season KVAC boys’ basketball tilt Tuesday evening.

Alex MacKenzie led the Panthers (13-4) with 16 points, while Durkee and Isaac Greenrose each added nine. Medomak carried a six point advantage into the third frame before Oak Hill rallied back into contention. 

Tim Levesque led the Raiders (7-10) with a game-high 27 points, while Cam Morin chipped in with 10 points, six rebounds and four steals. 

Maranacook 64, Leavitt 48

READFIELD – The Maranacook boys’ basketball squad erupted for 19 points in the third quarter and ran off to a 64-48 victory over Leavitt in a KVAC matchup Tuesday.

The Black Bears (13-4) led by just two points at the break before hitting high gear in the third frame. David Clough led Maranacook with a game-high 24 points, while Ben Johnson chipped in with 19. 

The Hornets (7-10) were led by Jordan Hersom with 15 points and 12 rebounds, while Lucas Witham scored nine points, pulled down five rebounds and made five assists. 

Livermore Falls 49, Madison 29

MADISON – The Livermore Falls boys’ basketball squad went on a 30-14 run in the mid stages of the contest and raced away to a 49-29 victory over Madison in a late-season MVC matchup Tuesday. 

Mike Anctil led the Andies (14-3) with 13 points, while Derek Castonguay chipped in with 11 and Khyle Whittemore added nine.

The Bulldogs (2-15) were led by Ian Hartigan with eight points and 13 rebounds. Nick Moody and Cody Small also contributed with six points apiece.

Oxford Hills 65, Lewiston 58

SOUTH PARIS – Despite a big rally by Lewiston in the third frame, Oxford Hills held on for a 65-58 win over Lewiston.

The Vikings (7-10) jumped out to a 20-10 advantage in the first quarter and extended their lead to 13 at the break. The Blue Devils (3-14) went on a 23-15 run in the third to close the gap.

Corbin Hyde led Lewiston with 17 points and eight rebounds, while Peter Blais tallied 14 and Ronnie Turner added 10.

Monmouth 52, Georges Valley 35

THOMASTON – The Monmouth boys’ basketball team erupted for 20 points in the second quarter and raced away to a 52-35 romp over Georges Valley in a late-season MVC matchup Tuesday.

Ryan Baillargeon led the mighty Mustangs with 12 points, while Corey Dyke and Robby Neal each lit the boards with 10. 

The Buccaneers were paced by Alex Grierson with a solid 11-point effort, while Logan Cross chipped in with eight. Georges Valley jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first frame before Monmouth’s offense got revved up. 

Poland 46, Freeport 40

FREEPORT – Kyle MacVane scored the team-high 10 points and Poland exploded with 20 points in the decisive third quarter as the Knights (5-12) crowned Freeport, 46-40, in a boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

Poland’s Matt Brewster and Mike Little each pulled down eight rebounds and combined for 15 points. Logan Nichols had six assists.

The Knights were down 22-16 at halftime before they recovered in the third quarter. For Freeport (3-14), Tom Dorsey scored 11 points.

Wiscasett 49, St. Dom’s 48

AUBURN – Jordan Jones turned his 3-pointer into a four-point play with five seconds left to play and steered Wiscasett to a heart-stopping 49-48 victory over St. Dom’s in a boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

The Saints (11-6) were leading by three points when Jones rescued the Redskins (11-6) with his heroic four-point miracle.

In the first half, the Saints were down 24-21 before dropping in a splendid 18-point performance in the third quarter.

For the Saints, Nathan Poulin scored 11 points and Peter Keaney dropped in the team-high 13 points and pulled down 10 rebounds. The Redskins were led by Alec Benn and Cody Griffin, who each scored 12 points.

Hockey

Waterville 7, Edward Little 2

WATERVILLE – Kyle Bishop registered a hat trick and Waterville broke open a tight contest with four unanswered goals in thesecond period to shut down Edward Little 7-2 on Tuesday.

Bishop also collected a pair of assists, Josh Gaudette had two goals and three assists and Ben Roy and Katy Massey added a goal each for the Purple Panthers (9-4-1).

Jared Pelletier and Austin Polisky had a goal each for the Eddies (11-4-0) and Mat Gordon added a pair of assists in the setback, Edward Little’s first in nine games. Rich Belanger stopped 43 of 50 shots in the defeat.


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