DIXFIELD — Beth Moore nailed a pair of free throws late in regulation to lift Jay to a 41-39 victory over Dirigo in a MVC girls’ basketball tilt Wednesday.

Moore finished with 22 points for the Tigers (15-3), while Alexis Blodgett chipped in with seven.

The Cougars (12-6) were paced by Hannah Knight with 18 points. Alyssa Wade tallied six.

Rangeley 61, Pine Tree Academy 7
RANGELEY — Emily Carrier wrapped up the regular season with a strong performance, pouring in 19 points to lead Rangeley to a 61-7 romp over Pine Tree Academy in WMC girls’ basketball action Wednesday.

The Lakers (15-3) received a big effort from Sierra Marchacos, who put up 14 points, hauled down 10 rebounds and made seven steals. Chantal Carrier also contributed with nine points in a well-balanced attack.

Greater Portland Christian 40, Buckfield 26
BUCKFIELD — Greater Portland Christian used a 14-5 run in the fourth quarter to pull away to a 40-26 win over Buckfield in an EWC girls’ basketball contest wednesday.

Elaine Beech led Greater Portland (12-4) with 12 points, while Andrea Ruiz and Suzanna Gonzalez each tallied 11.

Ally Martin paced the Bucks (3-14) with eight points. Danielle Patrie tallied six and Kaitlyn Rines added five.

Georges Valley 50, Lisbon 31
THOMASTON — Georges Valley jumped out to a seven-point advantage in the first frame and cruised home to a comfortable 50-31 win over Lisbon in MVC girls’ basketball action Wednesday.

Kennadi Grover led the Buccaneers (10-8) with 17 points. Jill Bradbury chipped in 10 and Jessica Veilleux added nine.

Denise Thomas led the Greyhounds (6-12) with 16 points and a whopping 22 rebounds. Alexa Harmon also contributed 10 points.

Livermore Falls 44, Carrabec 30
NORTH ANSON — Marissa Welch led a powerful two-player attack as Livermore Falls hustled to a 44-30 victory over Carrabec in a late-season MVC matchup Wednesday.

Welch finished with 18 points and 15 rebounds for the Andies (15-3), while Kathryn Ventrella chipped in 13 points and five assists. Livermore Falls held a 22-14 advantage at the half and was never challenged.

The Cobras (6-12) were paced by Kara Hebert with 11 points. Angie White tallied eight.

St. Dom’s 49, Monmouth 40
AUBURN — St. Dom’s used a 19-6 run in the second quarter to gain control of the contest and went on to notch a 49-40 win over Monmouth in MVC girls’ basketball Wednesday.

Allaina Murphy led the Saints (12-6) with 28 points, while Mary Caron chipped in with nine.

Sierra Spencer paced Monmouth (5-13) with 10 points, highlighted by two 3-pointers. Colby Wilson also contributed six points.

Mountain Valley 50, Telstar 34
BETHEL — Mountain Valley sprinted out to a 22-13 advantage in the first quarter and raced away to a record a 50-34 win over Telstar in more late-season MVC girl’s basketball action Wednesday.

Ayla Allen led the Falcons with 13 points, while Brooke Dolloff tallied nine and Kaitlin Armstrong added eight.

The Rebels were paced by Emma Davis with 10 points. Nicena Walker chipped in eight and Cheyanne Day added six.

Boys’ basketball

Buckfield 51, Greater Portland Christian 38

BUCKFIELD — Buckfield erupted for 24 points in the fourth quarter and posted a 51-38 victory over Greater Portland Christian in boys’ basketball  Wednesday.

Kasey Robertson led the Bucks (6-11) with 19 points, including six in the big fourth quarter. Chase Barnes chipped in 13 points, highlighted by three shots from beyond the arc. Austin Dooley also contributed 13 points in a well-balanced attack.

Greater Portland Christian was paced by Ben Hammond with 19 points. Buckfield held a slim two-point advantage at the half before its offense hit high gear late in the contest.

Girls’ Hockey

Hebron 6, Berwick 0
HEBRON — Sarah Markey and Chelsea Boucher each netted a pair of goals to lead Hebron to a 6-0 victory over Berwick in Prep School girls’ hockey action Wednesday.

Tayla Bent and Emily Wyman also tallied for the Lumberjacks to complete the scoring. Sara Grover, Taylor Teixeira and Amber Aaskov also contributed assists for Hebron.

Jenn Autry handled netkeeping duties for Berwick, turning aside 35 shots.

Boys’ basketball

Rangeley 60, Pine Tree 46

RANGELEY — Zeke Hall tossed in the team-high 15 points and George Seaman added 12 as Rangeley cut down Pine Tree (1-17) with a 60-46 victory in a boys’ basketball game Thursday.

The Lakers finished the season at 10-8.

In the first half, Rangeley built a solid 30-17 lead by halftime.

Pine Tree’s Tim McGuire had a stellar night, scoring a game-high 31 points,  including three 3-pointers.


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