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Oxford Hills 51, Lewiston 33
LEWISTON — Brooke Ladd tossed in a game-high 20 points as Oxford Hills hustled to a 51-33 romp over Lewiston in a late-season KVAC girls’ basketball tilt Tuesday.

The Vikings (11-6) jumped out to a 14-7 advantage in the first frame and were never challenged. Ali Nolan chipped in with nine points, while Lindsay Fox added eight. 

The winless Blue Devils (0-17) were paced by Kenzie Sullivan with a solid nine-point effort, while Jaime Swart added eight. 

Mt. Ararat 35, Edward Little 31 (OT)
AUBURN — Tess Hitchcock sparked a 9-5 run in overtime for Mt. Ararat as they snuck past Edward Little 35-31 in a hard-fought KVAC hoops matchup Tuesday.

Hitchcock scored five of her team-high 10 points in the extra session to seal the win. Hannah Fenwick also contributed for Mt. Ararat with a solid nine-point effort. 

Kayla Cummings paced the Red Eddies (12-5) with 15 points, while Francesca Lally chipped in with five. 

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Leavitt 75, Maranacook 47

TURNER — Courtney Anderson tossed 22 points to lead Leavitt (16-1) to a convincing 75-47 victory over Maranacook (5-11) in girls’ basketball action Tuesday. 

Leavitt dominated play from the start with Anderson putting in 9 points in the first quarter including one 3-pointer and sister Kristen Anderson chipped in 8 points including two 3’s of her 14 point total. In the 2nd quarter, Adriana Newton scored 8 points towards her total 21 and Kristen Anderson scored 4 all off of fast break steals,  helping Leavitt to advance their lead and hold Maranook down to single digit scoring. Abby Randall had one 3-pointer and Kristen Anderson dropped in two. 

After the break Leavitt pulled off the press and continued to exploit turnovers. Courtney Anderson had 1 layup and 2 pull ups off penetration. Newton had 4 points and Randall hit another 3.

For Maranacook, Katie Dore went on a scoring streak dropping in 13 in the 3rd quarter including two 3’s. Dore’s all-around performance also included being 100% from the charity line and tieing Courtney Anderson for game-high with 22 points total. 

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Mt. Ararat 35, Edward Little 31

AUBURN – Tess Hitchcock sparked a 9-5 run in overtime for Mt. Ararat as they snuck past Edward Little 35-31 in a hard-fought KVAC hoops matchup Tuesday.

Hitchcock scored five of her team-high 10 points in the extra session to seal the win. Hannah Fenwick also contributed for Mt. Ararat with a solid nine-point effort. 

Kayla Cummings paced the Red Eddies (12-5) with 15 points, while Francesca Lally chipped in with five. 

Rangeley 48, Valley 38

BINGHAM – Ali Hammond fueled a third-quarter burst by scoring nine of her team-high 13 points in the decisive quarter to spark Rangeley to a 48-38 victory over Valley in an EWC girls’ basketball game Tuesday.

Following an even first half that saw Rangeley take a 21-19 lead, the Lakers pulled away by scoring 19 of the quarter’s 22 points for a 40-22 advantage. Valley closed the gap, but Rangeley successfully converted its free throws to hold off the Cavaliers.

Alanna Lauter chipped in with 11 points, including some clutch free throws down the stretch. Joclyn Laweryson led Valley (5-12) with 14 points. and Hali McQuilkin had 10.

Medomak Valley 47, Oak Hill 37

WALDOBORO – Medomak Valley limited Oak Hill to four points in the second quarter to gain momentum and slowly pulled away for a 47-37 victory Tuesday.

The Raiders (9-8) led after the first quarter, but the Panthers used a 10-4 run to open an 18-14 halftime lead.

Alanna Vose scored a game-high 18 points for Medomak Valley and Ericka Christiansen chipped in with 11 points.

Maggie Sabine was the lone Oak Hill player to reach double figures, finishing with 12 points.

Freeport 36, Poland 20

POLAND – Stephanie Pottle scpred 13 points and Rachel Fortin added 12 points to lead Freeport to a 36-20 girls’ basketball victory over Poland on Tuesday.

Freeport (5-12) nearly matched Poland’s final total with 19 points in the opening period for a 19-9 advantage.

Celeste Knowles led the Knights (1-16) with 17 points. Freshman Kayla Yirrell had 10 rebounds and seven blocks.

Oxford Hills 51, Lewiston 33

LEWISTON – Brooke Ladd tossed in a game-high 20 points as Oxford Hills hustled to a 51-33 romp over Lewiston in a late-season KVAC girls’ basketball tilt Tuesday.

The Vikings (11-6) jumped out to a 14-7 advantage in the first frame and were never challenged. Ali Nolan chipped in with nine points, while Lindsay Fox added eight. 

The winless Blue Devils (0-17) were paced by Kenzie Sullivan with a solid nine-point effort, while Jaime Swart added eight. 

Leavitt 75, Maranacook 47

TURNER – Courtney Anderson tossed 22 points to lead Leavitt (16-1) to a convincing 75-47 victory over Maranacook (5-11) in girls’ basketball. 

Leavitt dominated play from the start with Anderson putting in 9 points in the first quarter including one 3-pointer and sister Kristen Anderson chipped in 8 points including two 3s of her 14 point total. In the 2nd quarter, Adriana Newton scored 8 points towards her total 21 and Kristen Anderson scored 4 all off of fast break steals,  helping Leavitt to advance their lead and hold Maranook down to single digit scoring. Abby Randall had one 3-pointer and Kristen Anderson dropped in two. 

After the break Leavitt pulled off the press and continued to exploit turnovers. Courtney Anderson had 1 layup and 2 pull ups off penetration. Newton had 4 points and Randall hit another 3.

For Maranacook, Katie Dore went on a scoring streak dropping in 13 in the 3rd quarter including two 3s. Dore’s all-around performance also included being 100% from the charity line and tieing Courtney Anderson for game-high with 22 points total. 


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