RANGELEY — On a jump shot from the left wing in the first quarter, Rangeley Lakes Regional School’s Blayke Morin reached the 1,000-career-point plateau Friday. More importantly, those two of her game-high 15 points helped lift the Lakers to a 59-24 win over rival Buckfield in an East-West Conference matchup.

Morin also hauled in seven rebounds, dished out six assists and had four steals for Rangeley (11-1).

“A thousand points?” Morin Tweeted after the game. “I thought I was at, like, 700….. this is a dream come true. So lucky and grateful.”

Sydney Royce added 12 more to go with six steals, Maddison Egan added eight points, and Natasha Haley grabbed nine boards and chipped in with six points.

Alexis Bennett swished six points for the visiting Bucks (4-9), while teammate Emily Swartz added five in the loss.

Hall-Dale 43, Telstar 32

BETHEL — Senior forward Kayla Johnson posted a double-double with 11 points and 17 rebounds and Hall-Dale pranced off with a 43-32 win over Telstar in MVC girls’ basketball action on evening.

The Bulldogs (4-7) bolted to a 29-10 lead at the half. Thea Sweet and Dani Sweet each contributed eight points for Hall-Dale. Senior guard Becca Howard led the Rebels (0-11) with a game-high 12 points.

Boothbay 67, Winthrop 13

WINTHROP — Freshman guard Faith Blethen tossed in a game-high 18 points to lead Boothbay to a comfortable 67-13 victory over Boothbay in girls’ basketball action Friday evening.

The Seahawks (12-1) scooped up a 21-0 first quarter run and improved it to 36-3 at the half. Page Brown added 17 points for Boothbay.

Freshman Kate Perkins recorded a team-high five points for the Ramblers (1-11).

Madison 58, Mt. Abram 38

SALEM — Senior guard Kayla Bess drained a game-high 18 points as Madison pounded out a 58-38 triumph over Mt. Abram in girls’ basketball action Friday evening.

Junior guard Madeline Wood contributed 10 points for Madison (9-4). Freshman guard Summer Ross tallied a team-high 11 points for Mt. Abram. The Roadrunners (3-10) bettered Madison by a point in the first and third quarters in the losing effort.

Oak Hill 38, Carrabec 33

WALES — Junior forward Bri Mulherin compiled a game-high 18 points as Oak Hill notched a 38-33 victory over Carrabec in girls’ basketball action Friday evening.

The Raiders clipped Carrabec 9-3 in the second quarter for a 19-10 halftime lead. Kate Stevens scored a team-high 17 points for the Cobras, while Liberty Chestnut added seven.

Leavitt 67, Mt. Ararat 46

TURNER — Senior forward Chantel Eells and sophomore forward Sophie Gilbert poured in 16 points each as Leavitt buzzed Mt. Ararat 67-46 in girls’ basketball action Friday evening.

The Hornets (6-7) jumped out to a 33-18 lead at the half. Sophomore guard Kassie Murch sank three 3-pointers to contribute nine points for Leavitt.

Sophomore guard Lauren Sturgess scored a team-high 15 points, while senior gaurd Sara Lamb added 14 for the Eagles (1-11).

Yarmouth 41, Poland 32

YARMOUTH — Cory Langenbach hit three 3-pointers in the third quarter to catapult Yarmouth to a 41-32 victory over Poland in WMC girls’ basketball on Friday evening.

The Knights (5-7) scored first in the second half to close the deficit to just four points before the Clippers (6-6) went on a 12-2 run with Langenbach leading the way.

Sophomore guard Sarah Moody and sophomore forward Morgan Brousseau provided nine points each for Poland in the losing effort.

Boys’ basketball

Hall-Dale 72, Telstar 46

BETHEL — Tyler Nadeau scored 16 points and paced the Hall-Dale Bulldogs to a 72-46 victory over the Telstar Rebels in a MVC boys’ basketball contest Friday night.

Nate Mills provided 13 points for the Bulldogs (8-5), while Jett Boyer dropped in 12 and Alec Byron had 10.

Blake Rothwell had 15 points to top Telstar (3-8). Jarrett Bean had 12 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in the loss.

Buckfield 49, Rangeley 36

RANGELEY — Senior center Alec Brough recorded a game-high 18 points as Buckfield ran off with a 49-36 victory over Rangeley in boys’ basketball action Friday evening.

The Lakers (5-6) got off to a slow start with just three points in the opening period but played relatively even the rest of the way. Sophomore forward Kyle LaRochelle scored a team-high 16 points for Rangeley.

Junior guard Jake Kraske contributed 10 points for the Bucks (7-6).

Yarmouth 71, Poland 58

POLAND — Senior guard Bailey Darling deposited a game-high 20 points as Yarmouth held on for a 71-58 victory over Poland in boys’ basketball action Friday evening.

The Clippers (10-2) built an 18-point lead by the middle of the fourth quarter. The Knights (6-6) cut it to five before Yarmouth stretched out the lead at the foul line in the final minutes.

Nolan Haggerty and Musseit M’Bareck contributed 14 points each for Yarmouth. Senior guard Pat Kuklinski recorded a team-high 18 points for Poland, while Nate Chouinard chipped in 16.

Oxford Hills 55, Lewiston 45

PARIS — Andrew Fleming turned in 21 points as Oxford Hills navigated past Lewiston 55-45 in Class AA boys’ basketball action Friday evening.

The Vikings (10-2) took a 15-5 lead in the first quarter and closed the half with a 21-18 margin. Cole Verrier, Matt Fleming and Chris St.Pierre hauled in nine points apiece for Oxford Hills.

Abdinassir Issack guided the Blue Devils (2-10) with 16 points. Salat Hassan furnished 12.

Boys’ hockey

Cony/Monmouth/HD 2, EL 1

HALLOWELL — In a crucial Class A North matchup, the Cony/Monmouth/Hall-Dale Rams came away with a 2-1 victory over the Edward Little Red Eddies on Friday.

With 53 seconds remaining in the first period, Connor Perry gave the Rams the 1-0 lead. The Red Eddies (7-4) tied the contest early in the second period with Tyler Couture picking up the tally. Alex Landry picked up the lone assist.

Anthony Brunelle scored the game winner on the power play just past the seven minute mark of the third period. The goal was set up by Tyler Sproul and Logan Leadbetter.

Tom Small stopped 29 of the 30 shots he faced for the Rams (8-4). Devin Dumont stopped 13 shots for EL.

Girls’ hockey

St. Dom’s 8, Brunswick 0

BRUNSWICK — Bugsy Hammerton picked up a hat trick in St. Dominic Academy Saints 8-0 victory over the Brunswick Dragons at Watson Arena.

Kristina Cornelio had two goals and two assists in the victory. Emma Theriault had a goal and assist. Tia Rotolico and Isabelle Frenette also scored as as the Saints improved to 11-1.

Payton Winslow stopped all four shots she faced in the victory. Jordan Van Savage stopped 20 shots for Brunswick (7-7-1).


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