LEWISTON — Mike Gilman led all players with 16 points and added nine rebounds as Windham shook off Lewiston in the fourth quarter for a 63-56 win over the Blue Devils on Thursday night.

Corey Hutchinson added 14 for the visiting Eagles (1-2), while Nick Curtis added 12 in the win.

Kym Torres paced the Blue Devils (0-3) with 15 points, all from beyond the arc. Garrett Poussard and Noor Hussein added 11 points each and also hauled in nine rebounds apiece in the loss.

Madison 59, Mt. Abram 27

MADISON — Senior forward Mitch Jarvais drained a game-high 20 points to lead Madison to a 59-27 triumph over Mt. Abram in boys’ basketball action Thursday evening.

The Bulldogs (3-0) went on a tear, outscoring the Roadrunners (0-2) by a margin of 19-2 in the third quarter. Senior guard Dan Luce chipped in nine points for Madison.


Senior guard Nick Morales was the leading scorer for Mt. Abram with nine points on two field goals and five free throws in the losing effort.

Gray-NG 62, Sacopee Valley 35

GRAY — Josiah Rottari tossed in six three-pointers for 18 points as Gray-New Gloucester crushed Sacopee Valley 62-35 in boys’ basketball action Thursday evening.

The Patriots (1-2) jumped out to a 19-7 lead in the first quarter. John Martin also contributed 18 points on five field goals, including four from 3-point range, and four free throws.

Alex Mudgett led the Hawks (0-3) with 16 points on six field goals, including four from beyond the arc, in the losing effort.

Hall-Dale 68, Telstar 59


BETHEL — Sophomore guard Alec Byron scored an impressive 24 points to lead Hall-Dale to a 68-59 victory over Telstar in boys’ basketball action Thursday evening.

The Bulldogs (3-0) executed good zone pressure and forced a 17-7 margin in turnovers to take a comfortable 15-point lead after three quarters.

Junior guard Jett Boyer pitched in with 14 points for Hall-Dale.

Junior forward Jarrett Beane recorded a double-double with a team-leading 17 points and game-high 11 rebounds for the Rebels (1-1). Senior center Tanner Wheeler contributed 14 points for Telstar in the losing effort.

Poland 62, Maranacook 61, OT

POLAND — Poland went 6-for-6 from the line in the final minute of overtime to clinch a 62-61 victory over Maranacook Thursday night.


Kyle Wilbur hit a three for Maranacook with 27 seconds left to send the game in overtime. He had 16 points to lead the Black Bears (0-3). Bryan Riley had 14 points and Silas Mohlar had 13.

Caleb Hodgkin had 16 points to lead the Knights (2-1) while Kurtis Leighton had 15 and Nate Chouinard had 13 points. Tyler Tucci had 12 points.

Oak Hill 59, Lisbon 56

WALES — Oak Hill managed to shut down Lisbon’s top scorer in the fourth quarter, allowing the Raiders to pull out a narrow 59-56 victory in a hard-fought boys’ basketball tilt Thursday.

Marcus Bailey led the Raiders (1-1) with 20 points and 13 rebounds. Cowan Darnell chipped in with 16 points, while Evan Boston added 11.

The Greyhounds (1-2) were paced by Jonah Sautter with a game-high 30 points, all but four of which were scored in the first three frames.


Hampden 65, Mt. Blue 24

FARMINGTON — Ian McIntyre led a highly-effective two-man attack Thursday as Hampden hustled to a 65-24 romp over Mt. Blue in an early-season boys’ basketball tilt on Thursday evening.

McIntyre poured 17 points into the net to set the tone, while Tommy Raye chipped in with 11 points.

The Cougars (0-3) were paced by Garrett Reynolds and Cooper Hollingsworth with five points each.

Girls’ basketball

Deering 54, Edward Little 40


AUBURN — Katasia Titherington paced the Rams with 17 points, including five 3-pointers in a 54-40 victory over Edward Little.

Delaney Haines had 14 points and Amanda Brett had 10 points for the Rams.

Jordyn Reynolds paced the Red Eddies (1-2) with 14 points, while Grace Fontaine had 11.

Hampden 38, Mt. Blue 25

FARMINGTON — Hampden jumped out to a nine-point advantage in the first frame and raced away to a 38-25 victory over Mt. Blue in early-season girls’ basketball action Thursday.

Bailey Donovan led the Broncos (1-2) with 13 points, while Marissa Gilpin and Sophie Narsey each chipped in with eight.


The Falcons (0-3) were paced by Hannah LeClair with a five-point effort, while Kayliegh Fontaine put in a strong performance, as well.

Gray-NG 60, Sacopee Valley 28

SOUTH HIRAM — Regional powerhouse Gray-New Gloucester sprinted out to a 12-point lead in the first quarter and never eased off the gas, pulling away to a 60-28 rout over Sacopee Valley in more early-season girls’ hoops action Thursday.

Brianna Jordan led the Patriots (3-0) with a game-high 20 points, highlighted by three shots from beyond the arc. Izzy DeTroy chipped in with 15 points in a potent two-athlete attack.

The Hawks (1-2) were led by Helen Rubin with 11 points, while Haiden Sawyer added six.

Madison 62, Mt. Abram 33


SALEM — Sidney Leblanc lit the boards with 21 points Thursday to propel Madison to a 62-33 girls’ basketball victory over Mt. Abram.

Lauren Hay chipped in for the Bulldogs (2-1) with nine points, while Emily Edgerly added eight.

The Roadrunners (1-1) were paced by Alora Ross and Marya Beede with seven points apiece. Madison led by 15 at the half and was never seriously challenged.

Monmouth 49, Mountain Valley 25

MONMOUTH — Monmouth jumped out to a 16-point advantage in the first quarter and raced away to post a 49-25 girls’ basketball win over Mountain Valley Thursday evening.

Abbey Allen led the undefeated Mustangs (3-0) with 12 points, while Tia Day chipped in with nine.


The Falcons (1-2) were paced by Ashley Russell with nine points, while Saydie Gabarini added five.

Winthrop 34, Dirigo 17

WINTHROP — Winthrop went on a 15-3 tear in the second quarter and capped the contest with a 12-5 run in the fourth as they recorded a 34-17 early-season girls’ basketball victory over Dirigo.

Shie Smith led the Ramblers (2-1) with 11 points, while Kena Souza chipped in with 10.

The Cougars (1-2) were paced by Sophia Jacques with five points, while Kaicey Conant contributued with four.

Fryeburg 39, Leavitt 28


FRYEBURG — Senior forward Nicole Bennett and senior guard MacKenzie Buzzell combined for 22 points to power Fryeburg to a 39-28 victory over Leavitt in girls’ basketball action Thursday evening.

The Raiders (2-1) turned up the tempo in the second half, following a 14-14 halftime score. Buzzell had two field goals and six baskets from the the free throw line.

Junior guard Elizabeth Goulette tossed a game-high 14 points on six field goals, including a pair from three-point range, for the Hornets (2-1) in the losing effort.

Oxford Hills 47, Portland 31

PARIS — Jordan Adams scored a game-high 11 points as Oxford Hills garnered a 47-31 victory over Portland in girls’ basketball action Thursday evening.

The Vikings powered home 20 points in the final quarter. Anna Piirainen and Maighread Laliberte added eight points each in a well-balanced effort.


Rose Griffin, Nettie Walsh and Regan Brown all scored six points each for Portland in the losing effort.

Poland 53, Maranacook 25

READFIELD — Junior point-guard Natalie Theriault recorded 18 points and nine assists as Poland cruised to a 53-25 victory over Maranacook in girls’ basketball action Thursday evening.

The Knights (3-0) used a solid press in the first quarter to take the early 24-3 lead. Junior forward Jesscia Seeley contributed 12 points for Poland.

Guard Lauren Clough tossed a team-high 12 points on four field goals, including three from three-point range, and a free throw for the Black Bears (0-3) in the losing effort.

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