Girls’ basketball

 SALEM — Ten different players hit the scoring column as Mt. Abram downed Telstar 50-27 in a girls’ MVC basketball clash.

 Mt. Abram used 14-4 and 12-6 quarters to build a 26-11 halftime lead over the Rebels (0-17). Miranda Smith paced the Roadrunners (6-11) with 11 points. Jill Howard chipped in with eight points while Colleen Shields followed with seven points, all from the foul line, in the victory.

Telstar’s Emma Davis dumped a game-high 13 points in the loss.

Hall-Dale 38, Lisbon 29

 LISBON — Taylor Massey scored a game-high 15 points to lead Hall-Dale to a 38-29 victory over Lisbon in MVC girls’ basketball action Monday night.

Lisbon held Hall-Dale to just two points in the first quarter and was tied with the once-beaten Bulldogs, 13-13 at the half. But Hall-Dale clamped down defensively in the third quarter, limiting the Greyhounds (6-11) to just four points to take a six-point lead into the fourth.

Kelsey Linnell controlled the paint with 14 points, 15 rebounds and five blocks for Lisbon. Wendy Goldman added seven points for Hall-Dale (16-1).

Livermore Falls 50, Madison 32

LIVERMORE — The Andies jumped out to a 29-18 lead at the half cruising to a 50-32 triumph over Madison in girls’ MVC basketball.

Senior Annika Durrell scored six of her 10 points to open the game as the Andies never looked back. Marissa Welch registered a game-high 14 points and hauled down nine rebounds for Livermore (14-3). Megan Therrien tallied six points while dishing out seven assists in the victory. Samantha Greenwood chipped in with eight points including a pair from behind the arc.

Alex Jarvais led Madison (7-10) with eight points. Jen Brown followed with six points in the loss.

Boothbay 56, Winthrop 40

WINTHROP — Boothbay used their size underneath dominating Winthrop with a 56-40 victory in girls’ MVC hoops action.

Boothbay took advantage of the Ramblers with 18-8 first quarter and took a 28-18 lead into halftime. Meghan Smith tallied 16 points and Alexandra Crocker followed with 15 points to lead the Seahawks (8-9). Alexandra Andrews chipped in with 10 points in the victory.

Guard Nikki Scott scored a game-high 21 points to lead Winthrop (6-11). The senior sank four 3-pointers in the loss. Kelsey Nason chipped in with six points for the Ramblers.

Georges Valley 55, Monmouth 46

THOMASTON — Georges Valley outscored Monmouth 34-23 in the second half to erase a two point halftime deficit for a 55-46 win in a girls’ MVC tilt.

Monmouth took the early lead with an 11-6 first quarter advantage. Georges Valley cut the lead to two at the half with a 15-12 second quarter. After taking the lead for good in the third quarter, the Buccaneers sealed with victory with an 8-0 run early in the fourth quarter. Jill Bradbury netted a game-high 25 points for the Buccaneers (9-8) including seven from the free throw line. Kennadi Grover also scored seven points from the foul line finishing with 17 points in the win.

Kylie Kemp, Kristine Kahl, and Sierra Spencer each scored eight points in the loss. Kahl pulled down 12 rebounds for the Mustangs (5-12) in the loss.

Jay 42, Carrabec 37

JAY — Beth Moore scored seven of her 13 points in the second quarter as Jay clipped Carrabec 42-37 in a girls’ MVC basketball match up.

Trailing 12-4 after one quarter Moore sparked the Tigers as they outscored the Cobras (6-11) 16-3 for a five point halftime lead. Junior Alexis Blodgett poured in a team-high 15 points including a pair from behind the arc. Moore registered a double-double adding a dozen rebounds to go with her 13 points. Alexi Deering added six points and eight rebounds for the Tigers (14-3).

Becca Bergeron sank a game-high 16 points including four 3-point baskets for Carrabec.

Boys’ Basketball

Old Orchard 65, Gould 44

BETHEL — Old Orchard raced out to a 45-18 halftime lead en route to a 65-44 victory over Gould Academy in boys’ basketball action.

Ryan Gallant poured in a game-high 21 points including four 3-point baskets for the Seagulls (12-4). Rajheem Lang followed with 17 points. Quimby Grace and Jason Dutton each added 10 in the win.

Will Bunge led the Huskies (6-8) with 17 points. Shaq Jones, Abe Bartlett, and Taylor Peck-Moad followed with six points each.


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