PARIS — Andrew Fleming racked up 36 points, 17 rebounds and seven assists to lead Oxford Hills to a 88-64 KVAC boys’ basketball victory over Gardiner on Friday night.

Chris St. Pierre had a career-high 23 points for Oxford Hills (11-3). Jordan Lamb led the Tigers (5-7) with 12 points. Brian Dunn added nine.

Mt. Blue 42, Erskine 39

SOUTH CHINA — Zack Mittelstadt hit six consecutive free throws in the fourth quarter to give Mt. Blue a narrow 42-39 win over Erskine in Class A North boys’ basketball.

Mittelstadt led the Cougars (3-10) with 29 points and 19 rebounds and staked Mt. Blue to its first back-to-back wins of the season. Erskine was paced by Trevor Hubbard and Noah Bronson with 10 points apiece.

Madison 60, Mountain Valley 35

RUMFORD — Madison spread the ball around in a 60-35 MVC boys’ basketball victory over Mountain Valley.

Mitch Jarvais led the way for the Bulldogs (11-3) with 15 points. Chase Malloy had 14 points, Ty Greene dropped in 13 and Devon Watt had 10.

Curtis Steele led Mountain Valley (2-11) with 12 points. Ryley Flynn registered nine.

Telstar 61, Mt. Abram 47

SALEM — Telstar went on a 21-4 tear in the third frame Friday and raced away to a 61-47 MVC boys’ basketball win over Mt. Abram. 

Tanner Wheeler led the Rebels (4-10) with 23 points, while Jarrett Bean chipped in 18. Dan Luce paced the Roadrunners (2-12) with 23, while Luke Romanoski produced 15. 

York 51, Gray-New Gloucester 26

GRAY — Trevor Labonte netted 16 points Friday evening to lead York to a 51-26 romp over Gray-New Gloucester in WMC boys’ basketball. 

The Rangers jumped out to a 14-point advantage in the first quarter and were never challenged. John Martin paced the Patriots with 11 points. 

Valley 80, Rangeley 35

BINGHAM — Senior forward Cody Laweryson compiled a double-double with 39 points and 18 rebounds to power Valley to an 80-35 victory over Rangeley in Class D South boys’ basketball action Friday evening.

The Cavaliers (14-0) jumped out to a 49-8 first half lead. Austin Cates contributed 17 points and six rebounds for Valley. Junior center Ricky Thompson led the Lakers with 13 points.

Morse 55, Lewiston 45

BATH — Senior forward Keegan McDonough collected a game-high 24 points as Morse sailed to a 55-45 victory over Lewiston in KVAC boys’ basketball action Friday evening.

Dakota Freeman made three of his five 3-pointers in the third quarter as the Shipbuilders (4-10) pulled away for good. Freeman scored 17 points.

Sophomore forward Ibn Khalid led the Blue Devils (2-12) with nine points.

Maranacook 57, Spruce Mountain 50

READFIELD — Levi Emery netted 17 points and Kyle Wilbur added 11 as Maranacook hustled to a 57-50 victory over Spruce Mountain in a late-season MVC boys’ matchup.

The Phoenix were paced by Andrew Darling with a solid 17-point effort, while Mason Shink chipped in with eight points.

Girls’ basketball

Oxford Hills 47, Gardiner 45

GARDINER — The Oxford Hills Vikings came from behind to earn a 47-45 victory over the Gardiner Tigers in a KVAC girls’ basketball contest Friday night.

The Tigers held a 11-4 lead at the end of the first quarter before the Vikings stormed back in the second and cut the deficit to two at half, with the Tigers holding a 19-17 lead.

Jadah Adams had 16 points to lead the Vikings. Gardiner had three players in double figures with Mary Toman scoring 14, Lauren Chadwick 13 and Logan Granholm 10.

Hall-Dale 42, Lisbon 39

FARMINGDALE — After building a 10-point advantage in the first frame, Hall-Dale held off a strong third-quarter run by Lisbon to post a 42-39 MVC girls’ basketball victory Friday evening. 

Dani Sweet led the Bulldogs (6-8) with 14 points, six steals and four assists. Kayla Johnson chipped in with 10 points and 10 rebounds to notch her fifth double-double of the season. Thea Sweet and Sydney Perry also contributed with seven points each. 

The Greyhounds (6-8) were paced by Jasmine Le with 13 points. Bree Sautter tallied nine and Kaylin Le added seven. 

Dirigo 56, St. Dom’s 40

AUBURN — Dirigo used a 17-6 late-game rally in the final quarter to pull away for a 56-40 win over St. Dom’s in MVC girls’ basketball Friday. 

Lauren Henderson led the Cougars (9-5) with 17 points, while Emma Lueders landed 14 points, 14 rebounds and nine assists. Sabrina Daoud also contributed 13 points. 

Chloe Dwinell paced the Saints (6-8) with 11 points. Abby Castonguay added 10. 

Rangeley 46, Valley 23

BINGHAM — Rangeley built a commanding 20-point advantage in the first half before coasting to a 46-23 victory over Valley in Class D South girls’  basketball action Friday. 

Blayke Morin led the Lakers (13-1) with 15 points, 10 rebounds, six steals and four assists. Sydney Royce chipped in with 12 points, while Maddison Egan added eight points and dished out four assists. 

The Cavaliers (6-8) were paced by Kendra Sweet with eight points, while Jordan Belanger added five. 

Mt. Abram 37, Telstar 33

SALEM — Shania Campbell netted 11 points Friday to propel Mt. Abram to a narrow 37-33 win over Telstar in a MVC girls’ basketball tilt.

Summer Ross chipped in for the Roadrunners (4-10) with nine points.

The  Rebels (0-14) were paced by Hayley Peterson with a game-high 19 points.

York 50, Gray-New Gloucester 43

YORK — Shannon Todd drained 18 points to lead York to a 50-43 victory over Gray-New Gloucester in girls’ basketball action Friday evening.

Chloe Smedley provided key offensive support for the Wildcats (14-0) with 12 points. Skye Conley and Alanna Camerl posted nine points each for the Patriots (10-4).

Mt. Blue 40, Skowhegan 38

SKOWHEGAN — Caitlin Kane sank 20 points to lead Mt. Blue to a 40-38 triumph over Skowhegan in Class A North girls’ basketball Friday evening.

The Cougars (5-7) enjoyed a two-point lead at the half. Mackenzie Harris contributed nine points for Mt. Blue. Lindsey Warren and Annie Cooke recorded nine points each for Skowhegan.

Unified basketball

Edward Little 31, Leavitt 18

AUBURN — Sophomore Ben Dumont scored a game-high eight points as Edward Little took a 31-18 victory over Leavitt in unified basketball action Friday evening.

The Red Eddies received offensive support from sophomore Carter Culleton and junior Brandon Paradis with six points each. Nathan Langley scored seven points and Mark Fournier added another six for the Hornets.

Women’s basketball

CMCC 67, Holyoke 32

HOLYOKE, Mass. — After a 23-6 lead built in the first quarter, the Central Maine Community College women’s basketball team ran away with a 67-32 win over Holyoke Community College.

Freshman Seve Deery-DeRaps finished with a game-high 18 points, and almost finished with her first career double-double, tallying nine rebounds. Macy Welch completed a double-double with 13 points and 13 rebounds, while shooting 6-7 from the floor. Nicole Hamblin again flirted with a triple-double, finishing with eight points, 12 rebounds, nine assists and seven steals.

Meagan Crosby scored her first collegiate points, finishing nine points and nine rebounds, and Mikayla Yanez played tremendous defense off the bench for the Mustangs (13-7).

Men’s basketball

Central Maine CC 73, Holyoke CC 68

HOLYOKE, Mass. — The Central Maine Community College Mustangs pulled away in the second half for a 73-68 men’s basketball victory over Holyoke Community College on Friday night.

With a 35-31 lead at half, the Mustangs (14-6) maintained at least a seven-point lead through out the second half over Holyoke (11-8). The lead got as high as 14 points in the final 20 minutes.

Rob Skinner led the Mustangs with 23 points and Carrington Miller chipped in with 10.

Junior hockey

New England 1, L/A 0

TYNGSBORO, Mass. — Jake Latham’s goal with 5:32 remaining was the only puck to find the back of the net in the New England Stars’ 1-0 win over the Lewiston/Auburn Fighting Spirit on Friday night.

It was a power play marker was assisted by Ian McNamara and Steve Crocker.

The Stars were 1-for-5 on the man advantage, while the Fighting Spirit were scoreless on their five chances.

Devyn Levesque only needed to make 16 saves for the shutout, while Zachary Barry stopped 30 saves in the loss.

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