By Sun Journal staff

FARMINGTON — Cam Sennick tipped the ball through the hoop with one second to play in overtime to lift Mt. Blue to a surprising 57-55 win over visiting Hampden in KVAC basketball action Saturday. Sennick, who finished with a game-high 26 points, got his hands on the ball after a shot by Eric Berry clanged off the rim, where Sennick collected it and put it through.

Berry finished with 17 for the Cougars (7-1), who benefitted from 23 points from the charity stripe.

Graham Safford led the visiting Broncos (6-2) with 19 points, including a pair from beyond the arc. Logan Poirier chipped in with 10 for Hampden, Christian McCue hit a three and had five points and Fred Knight had nine and led the game in rebounds.

Dustin Zamboni tied the game for Mt. Blue with one second remaining in regulation with one of those 23 free throws.

Greenville 61, Rangeley 46

RANGELEY — Alex Jardine led all players with 23 points, including three treys, to lead Greenville to a 61-46 victory over Rangeley in boys’ basketball action Saturday.

Tony DeAngelo also had a big game for Greenville (4-3), netting 20 points.

Jordan Richard led Rangeley (4-3) with 13 points, while Regan Sargent chipped in with 12 in the loss.

Leavitt 67, Belfast 34

TURNER — Leavitt broke the game open in the second quarter and put it away in the third to erupt for a 67-34 triumph over Belfast in a KVAC boys’ basketball game Saturday.

The Hornets (8-1) used a 19-5 spurt in the second quarter to take a 38-18 lead by halftime. A 21-6 run in the third stanza gave Leavitt an overwhelming 59-24 cushion.

Jordan Herson had a double-double for Leavitt with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Tyler Allen added 13 points and eight rebounds, while Tim Dow finished with 12 points, seven rebounds and five steals.

For Belfast (1-9), Brad Reed scored a game-high 17 points.

Boothbay 40, St. Dom’s 29

BOOTHBAY — Holding a narrow lead at halftime, Boothbay slowly pulled away in the second half for a 40-29 triumph over St. Dom’s in an MVC boys’ basketball game Saturday.

Boothbay led at the quarter breaks, 16-11, 20-17 and 30-21.

Jordan Caron led the Seahawks (6-2) with 18 points and 10 rebounds, while Dan Dickinson scored 14 points and led the defense with seven steals. Leading the Saints were Joe Bryant with 12 points and Kurt Johnson with 10.

Mt. View 58, Oak Hill 51

WALES — The Mustangs converted a series of foul shots down the stretch as Mt. View notched a 58-51 victory over Oak Hill in KVAC boys’ basketball action Saturday.

Both squads played evenly in the first half as the score was tied 28-28 at intermission. Freshman forward Parker Asselin recorded a team-high 13 points for the Raiders (2-7).

The Mustangs (2-7) outperformed the Raiders 65 to 45 percent from the foul line. Senior forward Erick Neally lead a strong group of scorers with 15 points for Mt. View. Bobby Parker and Taylor Reynolds added 14 points apiece.

Edward Little 71, Morse 31

AUBURN — Senior center Bowen Leary tossed a dazzling 21 points to lead Edward Little to a 71-31 triumph over Morse in KVAC boys’ basketball action Saturday.

The Red Eddies (6-1) penetrated Morses’ defense with ease and took a 30-16 at the midpoint. Quin Leary contributed 16 points and six rebounds for Edward Little.

The Shipbuilders (0-8) played hard but missed consistantly from the point. Sophomore gaurd Ted Cole led Morse with 11 points in the losing effort.

Exeter 56, Hebron 42

EXETER, N.H. — The Lumberjacks attempted a second half rally, but came up short as Exeter secured a 56-42 victory over Hebron in boys’ basketball action Saturday.

The Lumberjacks trailed by 13-points at the half, but rallied to tie the game with just under three minutes to play. Bobby Coleman netted four 3-pointers, a two-pointer and converted three free throws to lead Hebron with 17 points.

Alex Levin posted a team-leading 14 points, while Ryan Kilcullen tossed 12 points in a well-balanced offense for the Blue Hawks.


South Kent 4, Hebron 3

HEBRON — Pat Magliano scored the game-winning goal as South Kent clipped Hebron 4-3 in boys’ ice hockey action Saturday.

The Lumberjacks and Cardinals played a fast-paced, closely contested game.

Tied 1-1 after the first period, Hebron scored two second period goals to take a 3-2 lead into the final frame. Joey Collins and Andrew Graham collected the two second period tallies.

Shayne Gostisbehere converted an Anthony Florentino relay to knot the game at 3-3 in the third period for South Kent before Magliano’s game-clincher.

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