AUBURN — The Edward Little boys’ basketball team pulled away in the second half to defeat Mt. Ararat 101-54 on Tuesday in a KVAC boys’ basketball showdown. The 101 points are the highest known point total in a single game for Edward Little.

Mt. Ararat got within 12 of the Eddies in the third quarter, but Edward Little finished off a lopsided victory with help from Wol Maiwen’s 25 points and eight rebounds.

The Eddies also received 21 points from Ibn Khalid and 19 from Darby Shea. Khalid, Ahmed Abadir and Tyler Morin all pitched in five assists.

The Eagles were led by Travis Greenleaf’s 14 points.

Oak Hill 55, Wiscasset 40

WALES — After being down by one at halftime, Oak Hill surged back to beat Wiscasset at home, 55-40, behind Gavin Rawstron’s 18 points and six steals.


Oak Hill outscored its opponent 34-18 in the second half. Darryn Bailey chipped in 12 and Cohen Darnell scored 10 for Oak Hill.

Ron Drake of Wiscasset recorded five 3s which contributed to his 17 points, but it wasn’t enough as his team fell to 0-4.

Oak Hill earned its first win of the year to move to 1-4.

Brunswick 44, Lewiston 35

LEWISTON — Brunswick used a 12-2 third-quarter run to take command and hung on to record a 44-25 early-season win over Lewiston in a boys’ basketball tilt on Tuesday.

Sam Sharpe led the undefeated Dragons (4-0) with 16 points, their only player to reach double figures.


The Blue Devils (0-4) were paced by Ali Omar with a solid 10-point performance.

Rangeley 82, North Haven 37

RANGELEY — Kyle LaRochelle led a trio of players in double figures as Rangeley cruised to a 82-37 rout over North Haven in an early-season boys’ basketball tilt on Tuesday.

LaRochelle led the Lakers (2-2) with 26 points, while Hunter Parsons chipped in with 15 and Kenny Thompson added 13.

North Haven (3-4) was paced by Tyrese Edwards with a solid 13-point effort, while Brandon Brown contributed with 12 points.

Lisbon 47, Monmouth 45


LISBON — Sean Scott hit the second of his two 3-pointers with 30 seconds remaining in regulation and the Lisbon defense stifled Monmouth in the waning seconds as the Greyhounds held off the Mustangs 47-45 in an MVC boys’ basketball contest on Tuesday.

Jonah Sautter led Lisbon (3-1) with 12 points, while Scott finished with 11. DJ Douglass chipped in with a pair of treys in the win gor the Greyhounds.

Connor Davies led all players with 14 points for the Mustangs (1-3), while teammate Brock Bates added 11 in the loss.

Boothbay 65, Dirigo 55

BOOTHBAY HARBOR — Kyle Ames led four players in double figures with 20 points, including two from beyond the arc, as Boothbay pulled away from Dirigo for a 65-55 win in MVC boys’ basketball action Tuesday.

Steve Reny also knocked down a pair of 3-pointers among his 14 points, while Hunter Crocker and Eli Gudroe chipped in with 10 each for the Seahawks (3-1).


Cooper Chiasson led the Cougars (2-2) with 19 points, while Jeremy St. Germain knocked down 18 in the setback.

Mountain Valley 88, Carrabec 49

RUMFORD — Mountain Valley jumped out to an early lead and never looked back, defeating Carrabec 88-49.

Keegan Davis led all scorers with 16 for Mountain Valley, while Ethan Laubauskas scored 12.Will Sorensen scored seven points, had eight steals and 10 assists in the win.

Carrabec’s Dylan Willette led the Cobras with 12 points.

Girls’ basketball


Rangeley 81, North Haven 16

RANGELEY — Emily Eastlack put in one of the best performances of her young career on Tuesday, leading Rangeley to a 81-16 girls’ basketball romp over North Haven.

Eastlack scored 15 points, made 13 steals, nine assists and pulled down seven rebounds to lead the Lakers (4-0). Natasha Haley chipped in with 14 points, while Brooke Egan added 12.

North Haven (1-3) was led by Mercedes Sparhawk with a solid nine-point effort.

Mountain Valley 64, Wiscasset 35

RUMFORD — After sprinting out to a 12-point lead in the first frame, Mountain Valley raced away to record a 64-35 victory over Wiscasset in more early-season girls’ basketball action Tuesday.


Freshman sensation Riley Sevigny led the Falcons (3-0) with 20 points and six steals. Kierstyn Lyons chipped in with 12 points including a pair of shots from beyond the arc, while Courtney Carrier and Avery Sevigny each added seven.

The Wolverines (0-4) were paced by Jade Rego with a solid 11-point effort, while Maeve Blodgett chipped in with eight.

Mt. Blue 51, Leavitt 47

FARMINGTON — Mt. Blue used a 14-9 run in the third quarter to take command and hung on to post a narrow 51-47 victory over Leavitt on Tuesday evening.

Sophomore Lexi Mittelstadt put in a season-best performance to date for the Cougars (1-2), scoring 27 points, making seven steals and six assists.

The Hornets (2-2) were paced by Sophie Gilbert with 16 points, while Rebecca Fogg also contributed with 12.


Greely 63, Poland 53

CUMBERLAND — Greely went on a 26-10 run in the third frame on Tuesday before racing away to record a 63-53 girls’ basketball win ovee Poland.

Camille Clement led Greely (3-1) with an impressive 25-point effort, while Brooke Obar chipped in with 14 points.

The Knights (3-1) were led by Natalie Theriault with 21 points, while Jess Seeley contributed with 20 in a powerful two-player attack.

Edward Little 47, Mt. Ararat 20

TOPSHAM — Edward Little’s girls’ basketball team traveled to Mt. Ararat on Tuesday and earned a decisive 47-20 victory over the Eagles.


The Eddies were led by Hannah Chaput who scored 13 with two treys, while Grace Fontaine chipped in 10.

Mt. Ararat’s Ainsley Bryant scored eight in the loss, keeping the Eagles winless at 0-4. Edward Little moves to 3-1 with the victory.


Cape Elizabeth 9, MWM 1

KENTS HILL — After jumping out to a 4-0 advantage in the first period, Cape Elizabeth never eased off the gas and skated to a 9-1 rout over Maranacook/Winthrop/Monmouth in local hockey action Tuesday.

Chris Laprade led the Capers with a pair 0f goals. Ryan Collins, Alec Riggle, Ethan Gillespie, Matt Laughlin, Gavin Simopoulos and Brady Eavensen also tallied to complete the scoring.

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