SOUTH PARIS — Oxford Hills used a balanced scoring attack and held on for a 55-42 victory over Cony in KVAC boys’ basketball action Friday.

Leading 13-12 after the first frame, the Vikings used strong second and third quarters to build a 41-28 lead.

Cony cut the lead to four twice in the fourth quarter, but strong foul shooting down the stretch sealed the victory for Oxford Hills (6-10).

Brian Lynch led the Vikings with 11 points, including a pair of 3-point baskets. Dan Taylor followed with nine points and five assists. Junior forward Josh MacDonald registered seven points, while hauling down 10 rebounds and dishing out five assists in the victory.

The Rams (6-10) were led by Walker Cooper’s game-high 14 points. Cooper also blocked five shots.

Gray-NG 70, Poland 54

GRAY — Gray-New Gloucester opened up a large lead by halftime and coasted to a 70-54 victory over Poland in a WMC boys’ basketball game Friday.

The Patriots (10-6) scored 30 of their points from the foul line, most of them in the second half.

Adam Jensen led Gray-NG with 24 points, while Heath Martell chipped in with 19 points and Josh Farynaz added 15. The top scorers for Poland (6-9) were Jake Littlefield with 15 points and Jonah Farrington with 12.

Lincoln 49, Oak Hill 34

WALES — Lincoln Academy jumped out to a 21-10 halftime lead and cruised to a 49-34 win against Oak Hill.

Lincoln used 11-4 and 10-4 advantages in each of the first two quarters to build its first-half lead. The Eagles (7-9) put the game out of reach with a 15-6 edge in the third quarter doubling up the Raiders (3-13) with a 36-18 lead.

Lincoln’s Brandon Reilly scored a team-high 10 points, while Steven Quinlan added eight, including a pair of 3-pointers. Cam Morin posted a game-high 15 points for the Raiders. The senior guard also grabbed seven rebounds, while Trevor Samson added seven points in the loss.

Dirigo 52, Hall-Dale 20

FARMINGDALE — Dirigo’s defense allowed no more than six points in any quarter as it suffocated Hall-Dale, 52-20 in a MVC boys’ basketball clash.

The Cougars (15-1) held the Bulldogs to four points in the first and third quarters while, allowing six points in the second and fourth quarters.

Cody St. Germain paced the Cougars with a game-high 16 points, just missing a double-double with nine rebounds. Josh Turbide notched seven steals while dumping in nine points. Junior Caleb Turner recorded six steals.

Austin Bechard led the Bulldogs (5-10) with eight points, while teammate Same Shepherd contributed six.

Monmouth 49, Madison 29

MADISON — Monmouth used a 19-5 third quarter to pull away from Hall-Dale for a 49-29 triumph in MVC boys’ basketball.

Leading by a pair at the half, 20-18, the Mustangs were aggressive on the boards to dominate the third quarter. Senior forward Roger Bachelder dumped in a game-high 15 points. Tim Whitmore followed with 14 points for Monmouth (11-4).

Cody Briggs led Madison (4-12) with 11 points.

Vinalhaven 58, Rangeley 36

RANGELEY — Trailing 25-19 at halftime, Vinalhaven came out in the third quarter with a tantalizing full-court press to whip the Rangers 58-36 in boys’ Class D basketball.

The Vikings (8-4) outscored Rangeley 21-6 and 18-5 in each of the last two quarters to pull away for the victory. Brian Stanley led all scorers with 23 points, followed by Steven Osgood’s 12 points.

Rangeley (9-6) was led by Jordan Richard with nine points, including one from behind the arc. Ryan Sargent contributed eight points, while George Seaman added seven points.

Edward Little 67, Morse 26

BATH — Senior center Bo Leary drained 12 points as Edward Little took a ghostly game from winless Morse, 67-26, in KVAC boys’ basketball action Friday.

The Red Eddies (15-1) floated up and down the court for a 28-2 run in the first quarter. Brandon Giguere and Cody Nicholas contributed 10 points each in a balanced attack for Edward Little.

Junior forward Mike Munster led the Shipbuilders (0-15) with four field goals, including two from 3-point range, in the losing effort.

Carrabec 56, Lisbon 50

LISBON — Sohpomore guard Dylan Price struck with 32 points as Carrabec notched its first win of the season with a 56-50 victory over Lisbon in MVC boys’ basketball action Friday.

The Greyhounds (0-15) evened up the score at 26-26 just before the half. Sohpomore Mason Haley posted a team-high 16 points for Lisbon.

Despite an extremely tight game through three of four quarters, the Cobras (1-14) managed to snake their way to an 18-11 margin in the third frame to aid in their first victory.

Sophomore guard Troy Dunphy contributed six points for Carrabec in the winning effort.

Boothbay 76, Livermore Falls 62

LIVERMORE FALLS — Senior guard Dan Dickinson had a stellar performance with 29 points as Boothbay sailed to a 76-62 victory over Livermore Falls in MVC boys’ basketball action Friday.

Dickinson scored 17 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter for the Seahawks (13-3). At one point Dickinson tossed three field goals in succession for seven points. Jake Simmons contributed 11 points on four field goals, including three from 3-point range.

Senior center Mike Armstrong punched out 11 field goals for 22 points, while Mike Castonguay added 15 points for the Andies (9-7).

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