PARIS — Oxford Hills handed Edward Little its first loss of the season with a 52-41 victory Tuesday night in a key KVAC girls’ basketball showdown.

The Red Eddies (8-1) are the top-ranked team in Eastern A. With the win, the Vikings (5-3) won their fourth straight and have jumped to fourth in the Eastern A standings.

Anna Winslow led the Vikings with 21 points and seven rebounds. Mikayla Morin finished with 10 while Crystal West and Tianna Sugars added eight and seven points respectively. EL got 10 from Brooke Reynolds. Kory Norcross added eight.

The Vikings had a quick start and outscored the Red Eddies 20-9 in the first quarter. Winslow had eight points while West hit a pair of 3’s. EL could muster only two field goals in the opening quarter.

The Vikings maintained the lead with a 13-11 second quarter and were up 33-20 at the half. EL made a slight dent in the lead by holding Oxford Hills to just five points in the third. EL was within 38-30 after three, but the Vikings finished the win off from the foul line in the fourth. Oxford Hills scored eight of its 14 points on free throws in the fourth. Winslow, West, Kerseyanna Goyette and Brooke Murch all hit from the line while Morin added a 3.

Oceanside 57, Leavitt 42


TURNER — Emily Gould posted a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds to lead Oceanside to a 57-42 victory over Leavitt in KVAC girls’ basketball action Tuesday.

The Mariners (5-3) led 29-20 at the midpoint. Alexis Davis only scored four points, but contributed 11 rebounds in the winning effort.

Meagan Dow led the Hornets (4-4) with 16 points, while Chantel Eells and Shannon O’Malley recorded 11 rebounds apiece.

Dirigo 37, Wiscasset 33

WISCASSET — Dirigo pulled away late in the third quarter as the Cougars went on to notch a 37-33 victory over Wiscasset in girls’ basketball action Tuesday.

Jess Conant tallied a game-high 15 points for the Cougars (7-1).


The Wolverines (1-7) made a late run. But, Dirigo executed key foul shots in the closing minutes to put the game away.

Brian Goul scored a team-leading 14 points, while Kayla Gordon posted 13 for Wiscasset.

St. Dom’s 46, Madison 41 (2OT)

AUBURN — Senior point guard Callie Greco shared in the four-pronged offense with 13 points as St. Dom’s battled to a 46-41 double-overtime victory over Madison in MVC girls’ basketball action Tuesday.

The teams battled back and forth with a number of lead changes that seemingly wouldn’t end until the Saints (8-1) pulled away in the second overtime frame.

With four St. Dom’s players scoring in double digits, Faith Grady contributed 11 points.


Guard Kirsten Wood recorded a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds for the Bulldogs (5-3) in the hard luck loss.

Gray-New Gloucester 48, Traip 33

KITTERY — Maria Valente dropped in a game-high 22 points as Gray-New Gloucester ran past Traip 48-33 in a girls basketball match up Tuesday.

The Patriots (5-3) went up 13 at the half and kept pace through the second half of regulation to the secure the victory. Valente grabbed an impressive 9 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals to add to her already well looking stat line on the day.

Kaylie Andrews netted a team high 10 points for the Rangers, who drop to 3-3 on the season.

Lisbon 64, Telstar 63 OT


BETHEL — With a 30-17 half time deficit, Lisbon rallied over two quarters to force overtime and the Greyhounds pulled off a 64-63 win over Telstar in an MVC girls’ basketball contest.

With the scoring effort led by Mia Durgin (13 points) and Katelyn Fowler (12), the Greyhounds (3-4) found a way to win.

Rebecca Howard didn’t go out quietly, recording a game high 19 points in the losing effort. Teammate Victoria Ryerson tallied 17 points on the evening, while Alyssa Brands netted 13 for the Rebels (1-6).

Rangeley 71, Kents Hill 32

KENTS HILL — With the lead 32-9 at the end of the first quarter, Rangeley cruised past Kents Hill 71-32 in a girls’ basketball matchup Tuesday.

Taylor Esty led the scoring for Rangeley, recording 24 points on the afternoon. Seve Deery-DeRaps netted 16 points for the Lakers (7-0), 12 of the points coming off 3-pointers.


Oak Hill 55, Mountain Valley 45

RUMFORD — Hayley Marshall drained a game-high 15 points to spark Oak Hill to a 55-45 triumph over Mountain Valley in a girls MVC basketball contest.

Marshall wasn’t alone in the scoring effort, teammate Sadie Goulet netted 13 points on the day, two of which came from the three point territory. The Raiders improve to 7-1 on the season with the win Tuesday.

Sophomore Karen Flaherty led the Falcons (3-5) with 16 points on four threes.

Richmond 21, Buckfield 16

BUCKFIELD — Freshman Meranda Martin led the young Richmond offense with nine points, as the Bobcats topped Buckfield 21-16 in girls basketball action.


Kelsea Anair chipped in seven points on the afternoon, five coming from the free throw line. With the victory, Richmond improves to 4-3 on the season.

Buckfield’s Arrabine Dunn recorded seven points for the Bucks (1-6).

Boys’ Basketball

Rangeley 45, Greater Portland Christian 44

SACO — Senior forward Mike Haley sank the game-winning field goal with 3.5 seconds remaining in regulation to lift Rangeley to its first win of the season in a 45-44 victory over Greater Portland Christian Academy in EWC boys’ basketball action Tuesday.

Sophomore guard Tim White recorded a team-high 15 points for the Lakers (1-5), who led 25-21 at hafltime. Rangeley outscored Greater Portland 15-1 in the first period.


Gray-New Gloucester 67, Traip 60 (OT)

GRAY — Junior forward Andreas Kariotis drained an impressive 23 points as Gray-New Gloucester snagged a 67-60 overtime victory over Traip in WMC boys’ basketball action Tuesday.

The Patriots (2-5) made 5-of-9 shots from the free throw line in the overtime frame. Sam Johnson contributed 19 points on seven field goals, including three from three-point range and a pair of free throws.

Lewiston 49, Mt. Blue 37

FARMINGTON — Senior center Carlos Gonzalez tossed in 15 points for the Blue Devils as Lewiston earned a 49-37 victory over Mt. Blue in KVAC boys’ basketball action Tuesday.

With the game knotted 20-20 at halftime, the Blue Devils (4-4) began the third quarter with a 7-0 run.


Junior forward Bradley Derreill posted a team-leading 10 points on four field goals and a pair of free throws for the Cougars (2-6).

Edward Little 56, Oxford Hills 49

AUBURN — Andrew Middleton had a tip dunk late in the fourth quarter that rejeuvenated Edward Little as the Red Eddies held on for a 56-49 triumph over Oxford Hils in KVAC boys’ basketball action Tuesday.

Junior forward Lew Jensen led the Red Eddies (5-4) with 17 points, while Elijah Roe rounded out the double-digit scoring with 12 points.

Senior forward Dalton Rice led all scorers with 19 points for the Vikings (5-3).

Madison 64, St. Dom’s 51


AUBURN — Madison outscored St. Dom’s 23-6 in the second quarter as the Bulldogs went on to edge the Saints 64-51 in an MVC boys’ basketball match up Tuesday.

Leading scorers Mark Linkletter and Devon Watt led the way for the Bulldogs with 11 and 10 points respectively. Matt Dyer netted a game-high 15 points for the Saints (2-7), while Mike Bryant recorded 14.

Richmond 53, Buckfield 46

BUCKFIELD — With the score 39-23 in favor of Richmond entering the fourth quarter, Buckfield tried to maneuver a comeback but fell short, as Richmond went on to top Buckfield 53-46 in boys basketball action.

Junior Cameron Emmons led the scoring for Richmond with 15 points. Matt Holt added in 10 points as well for the Bobcats (4-4).

Captain Jared Eastman kept the game close for the Bucks (2-6), netting a team-high 14 points.


Lisbon 54, Telstar 27

BETHEL — Lisbon ran past Tesltar, 54-27, in an MVC boys’ basketball contest Tuesday.

Kyle Bourget and Jacob Johnston led the scoring effort for the Greyhounds, who notched their third win of the season. Johnston and Bourget recorded 10 points a piece with two of Bourget’s coming from behind the arc.

Mike Dougherty scored a team-high nine points for the Rebels (1-7).

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