Staff reports

LEWISTON — Corinne Laberge ripped a slap shot just inside the blue line and scored the game-winning goal in overtime, lifting Lewiston/Monmouth/Oak Hill (11-7-1) to a 2-1 victory over Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland (7-9-3) in the KVAC girls’ hockey championship at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee on Monday night.

In the first period, the Red Hornets got on the board first when Saige Arsenault scored unassisted 6:40 into the game..

After a scoreless second period, Lewiston’s Bree Bergeron tied the game with her unassisted goal.

The game didn’t remain tied for long when LaBerge drilled her game 23 seconds into the overtime.

Girls’ basketball

Mountain Valley 44, St. Dom’s 25

AUBURN — Sydney Petrie scored 11 points and Mountain Valley built an insurmountable 30-13 lead by halftime as the Falcons soared to a 44-25 win over St. Dom’s in a girls’ basketball game Monday.

Karen Flaherty dropped in three 3-pointers and helped out with 11 points and Ashley Russell threw in 10 for Mountain Valley (16-1).

For the Saints (8-9), Chloe Dwinell scored nine points.

Poland 37, Wells 30

WELLS — Jessica Seeley scored 12 points as Poland (8-9) shook off stubborn Wells 37-30 in a girls’ basketball game Monday night.

The Knight were ahead at the half, 17-16 before pulling away in the second half.

Boys’ basketball

Monmouth 74, Telstar 46

MONMOUTH — Hunter Richardson had no problem finding his way to the basket, scoring 23 points to go along with Travis Hartford’s 13, as Monmouth Academy (11-6) dropped Telstar, 74-46 in a boys’ basketball game Monday.

The Mustangs built a 29-20 lead by halftime before unloading on the Rebels (3-14).

Luke Thombs scored 11 points for Monmouth. For Avry Griffin dropped in the team-high 13 points and Jarrett Bean added 11.

Dirigo 83, Mt. Abram 36

DIXFIELD — Riley Robinson scored 41 points, breaking the gym and school record for scoring, giving Dirigo lopsided 83-36 win over Mt. Abram in a boys’ basketball game Monday.

It was a tie game at 16-16- in the first peried before Robinson and the rest of the game exploded on offense. The Cougars (16-1) scored 22 points in the second period and then piled up another 37 in the third period..

The Roadrunners (3-14) could only muster a total of eight points in the second and third periods.

Clay Swett scored points for Dirigo. For Mt. Abram, Luke Romanoski nailed down 17 points.


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