MONMOUTH — Monmouth built a slim six-point advantage in the first frame and held on throughout the contest to secure a narrow 52-51 late-season win over Mountain Valley in a boys’ basketball tilt Tuesday evening.

Hunter Richardson led the Monmouth (4-12) with a game-high 18 points, while Avery Amero chipped in with 13.

Keegan Davis paced the Falcons (6-10) with 15 points, while Zach Duguay added eight.

Winthrop 89, Wiscasset 58

WINTHROP — Jacob Hickey poured 25 points into the net Tuesday as Winthrop raced away to post a 89-58 rout over Wiscasset.

Cam Wood chipped in for the undefeated Ramblers (16-0) with 16 points, while Spencer Steele and Garrett Tsouprake each added 10.


The Wolverines (9-8) were paced by Ethan James with 15 points, while Zach Read tallied 14 and Logan Orr added 12.

Rangeley 52, Pine Tree Academy 47

FAIRFIELD — Junior guard Kyle LaRochelle posted a game-high 19 points to lead Rangeley to a 52-47 victory over Pine Tree Academy in boys’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Lakers (5-10) built a slow but steady lead in the first half with a 31-18 margin at intermission. Senior guard Carl Trafton added 11 points and nine rebounds for Rangeley.

Mt. Abram 53, Madison 52 (OT)

SALEM — Junior center Dawson Bate secured the game-winning layup as time expired in overtime to give Mt. Abram a 53-52 upset victory over Madison in boys’ basketball action Tuesday evening.


Senior guard Dan Luce and freshman guard Nate Luce scored 16 and 14 points, respectively, for the Roadrunners (4-11).

Sean Whalen and Nick Morales produced shared team-high 15 points each for the Bulldogs (14-3) in the losing effort.

Leavitt 57, Mt. Blue 50

FARMINGTON — Senior guard Jack Sylvester tickled the twines with a game-high 21 points as Leavitt captured a 57-50 victory over Mt. Blue in boys’ basketball action Tuesday afternoon.

Sylvester picked up 13 of his 21 points in the first half. Senior forward D’Andre James grabbed a double-double with 13 points and 15 rebounds for the Hornets (4-11).

Freshman center Cole Morin pitched in with 12 rebounds, while Tim Albert hit 6-of-7 from the free throw line in the final quarter to ice the game for Leavitt.


Oak Hill 73, Carrabec 54

WALES — Senior center Marcus Bailey registered a double-double with 19 points and 12 rebounds to lead Oak Hill to a comfortable 73-54 victory over Carrabec in boys’ basektball action Tuesday evening.

The Raiders (10-6) doubled up Carrabec 26-13 in the second quarter for a 42-22 lead at the break. Senior guard Evan Boston tabulated 16 points for Oak Hill.

Yarmouth 68, Gray-NG 49

GRAY — Alek Medenica drained a team-leading 14 points in a balanced attack as Yarmouth sailed to a 68-49 victory over Gray-New Gloucester in girls’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

John Martin hurled a game-high 16 points on six field goals, including four from three-point range for the Patriots (7-8) in the losing effort.


Girls’ basketball

Oxford Hills 60, Bangor 50

PARIS — Oxford Hills went on a 23-9 tear in the second quarter and raced away to post a 60-50 win over Bangor in a late-season girls’ basketball tilt Tuesday evening.

Maighread Laliberte led the Vikings with 16 points, while Julia Colby chipped in with 14.

The Rams were paced by Katie Butler with a solid 15-point effort, while Sammi Thayer and Rowan Andrews each added eight.

Oak Hill 45, Carrabec 29


NORTH ANSON — Oak Hill used a 14-6 run in the final frame to take command and pull away to notch a 45-29 victory over Carrabec on Tuesday evening.

Charlotte Waterman led the Raiders (8-9) with 11 points, while Desirae Dumas chipped in with 10.

The Cobras (3-16) were paced with Bailey Dunphy with a solid 11-point effort, the only player to reach double figures.

Rangeley 39, Pine Tree 30

FAIRFIELD — Sydney Royce had a big game for the Lakers as she had 21 points in a 39-30 victory over Pine Tree Academy which was played at Kennebec Valley Community College.

She also finished the game with three steals. Celia Philbrick had seven points and 10 rebounds while Natasha Haley had five points and six assists for Rangeley (12-3).


Poland 49, Freeport 44

POLAND — Jess Seeley and Nathalie Theriault each had 13 points to pace the Knights to a 49-44 victory over the Falcons in a WMC contest.

Theriault also had 10 assists.

The Knights (10-5) jumped out to a 17-6 lead before the Falcons clawed their way back. Freeport had an 8-0 run in the third quarter to take the lead.

Seeley’s layup at the end of third quarter to give the Knights a 33-32 lead. Poland didn’t relinquish the lead after that.

Spruce Mountain 46, Mt. View 36


JAY — Hailee Perkins and Alex Bessey led a trio of players in double figures Tuesday evening as Spruce Mountain hustled to a 46-36 late-season girls’ hoops victory over Mt. View.

Perkins and Bessey led the Phoenix (5-10) with 16 points apiece, while Haley Turcotte added 11 in a well-balanced attack.

Boothbay 49, Dirigo 26

BOOTHBAY HARBOR — Junior forward Page Brown tossed a dazzling 21 points to lead Boothbay to a 49-26 victory over Dirigo in girls’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Seahawks (14-1) flew out to a 24-9 halftime lead. Sophomore guard Faith Blethen contributed nine points for Boothbay.

Sophomore Sophia Jacques pitched a three-point field goal for the Cougars (4-12) in the losing effort.


Madison 59, Mt. Abram 38

MADISON — Senior guard Madeline netted a game-high 19 points to lead Madison to a 59-38 victory over Mt. Abram in girls’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Bulldogs (11-3) jumped out to a 30-17 lead at the midpoint. Junior guard Sydney LeBlanc tacked on another 16 points for Madison.

The Roadrunners (8-8) lost more ground in the fourth quarter, dropping another eight. Sophomore guard Summer Ross led Mt. Abram with 18 points in the losing effort.

Girls’ hockey

EL/Leavitt/Poland 1, Cape Eliz. 0


PORTLAND — Mariah Vaillancourt grabbed a pass from Madison Simard and fired it into the net from the top of the circle to give Leavitt/Edward Little a 1-0 victory over Cape Elizabeth in a late-season girls’ hockey matchup Tuesday.

Miranda Guimond made seven saves for the Red Hornets (11-4-1) to notch the shutout, while Abby Joy made an impressive 34 saves for the Capers (8-9).

Unified Basketball

Lisbon 72, Leavitt 44

LISBON — Lisbon spread the ball around in a 72-44 victory over Leavitt in an unified basketball game Tuesday afternoon.

Wesley Lucas had a game-high 18 points to lead the Greyhounds.


Jake Pateneude dropped 16 points including two 3-pointers. Dawson Martel finished the game with 12 while Amanada Nason had 10.

Tanner Halverson and Mark Fournier each had 10 points to lead the Hornets.

Men’s basketball

Bates 91, UMaine-Farmington 72

LEWISTON — First-year Jeff Spellman scored a career-high 21 points as Bates cruised to a 91-72 victory over the Universtiy of Maine at Farmington in men’s basketball action Tuesday evening.

Spellman did not miss a shot from the field, finishing the night 6-for-6 from the floor and 4-for-4 from three-point range. Senior Marcus Delpeche added a game-high 22 points for the Bobcats (15-6).


First-year Nick Gilpen chipped in with a career-high 12 points for Bates.

The Beavers (8-11) stayed close early against Bates, taking a 14-13 lead on an Amir Moss layup with 9:41 to go in the first half.

Sophomore Max Hummel put Bates ahead for good with a layup to make it 25-24 with 5:13 remaining in the first half. Bates proceeded to go on a pair of 9-0 and 7-0 runs to close out the half, and led 44-29 at intermission.

Women’s basketball

Bates 71, UMF 42

LEWISTON — The Bates women’s basketball team rolled to a 71-42 victory over UMaine-Farmington, as senior third-year captain Allie Coppola broke the program’s career rebounds record.


At the start of the game, Coppola needed seven rebounds to tie Bates career rebounds record of 885, held by former All-America forward Olivia Zurek. Coppola snagged all seven boards within the first quarter of the game, including five off of the offensive glass.

Coppola finished with 16 rebounds in addition to nine points and four assists for the Bobcats (6-13), who won for the first time in five games.

Nina Davenport scored a game-high 24 points and added seven rebounds and four steals, while first-year guard Carly Christofi added 12 points and junior Lyse Henshaw tallied nine. First-year guard Melanie Binkhorst sparked the Bobcats off the bench with eight points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals.

Kennadi Grover led UMF (3-15) with 10 points and Courtney Alofs added seven points off the bench. Abby Hasson led the Beavers with seven rebounds.

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