JAY — Senior guard Mason Shink tossed a team-high 19 points in a balanced attack as Spruce Mountain routed Carrabec 79-37 in boys’ basketball action Friday afternoon.

The Phoenix (7-0) notched a school record with 14 three-point field goals. Senior guard Brett Frey chipped in with 15 points.

Senior guard Evan Holzwoth posted a game-high 20 points for the Cobras (0-5) in the losing effort.

Gray-New Gloucester 51, Yarmouth 45

YARMOUTH — Gray-New Gloucester went on a 15-2 run in the fourth quarter as the Patriots overcame Yarmouth 51-45 in boys’ basketball action Friday afternoon.

Junior guard John Martin recorded a game-high 23 points on seven field goals, including six from three-point range, and three free throws for the Patriots (4-1). Martin scored 11 in the fourth quarter.

Senior forward Zac Brady contributed 14 points for Gray-New Gloucester.

Junior guard Jonny Toress led the Clippers (3-2) with 13 points in the losing effort.

Winthrop 83, Wiscasset 24

WINTRHOP — Jared McLaughlin drained a game-high 15 points as Winthrop cruised to an 83-24 triumph over Wiscasset in boys’ basketball action Friday afternoon.

The prolific Ramblers (6-1) received double-digit scoring form Nate LeBlanc and Cam Wood with 14 points apiece.

Dylan Orr led the Wolverines (0-7) with 13 points on a pair of two’s and three three’s in the losing effort.

Madison 57, Mountain Valley 54 (OT)

RUMFORD — Sean Whalen and Jacob Meader poured in a shared game-high 15 points each as Madison edged Mountain Valley 57-54 in overtime in boys’ basketball action Friday afternoon.

The Bulldogs (3-2) led 27-19 at the midpoint. But, the Falcons (4-3) bounced back with a 19-12 run in the third quarter.

Evan Bess contributed 11 points for Madison.

Cam Godbois led three double-digit scorers with 13 points for the Falcons (4-3) in the losing effort.

Forest Hills 61, Rangeley 52

AUGUSTA — Parker Desjardins paced Forest Hills to a 61-52 victory in boys’ basketball action at the Augusta Civic Center.

Brandon Gilboe chipped in with 14 points in the victory while Hunter Cuddy had 10 points as the Tigers improve to 7-1 on the year.

Kyle Larochelle led the Lakers (3-3) with 24 points while Cal Crosby had 12 points in the losing effort.

Hampden 87, Mt. Blue 37

FARMINGTON — Bryce Lausier had 16 points to lead Hampden Academy to a 87-37 victory over Mt. Blue in a Class A KVAC boys’ basketball contest.

Ian McIntyre chipped in 14 points while Korey Welch had 10 points for the Broncos (6-1).

Marshall Doyon paced the Cougars (0-6) with 16 points.

Leavitt 53, Poland 42

POLAND — Wyatt Hathaway paced the Hornets with 19 points as Leavitt defeated Poland in boys’ basketball action.

Joziah Learned chipped in with 11 points for Leavitt (2-3).

Peter Bolduc paced the Knights (0-4) with 16 points. Isaiah Hill had 11 points for Poland.

Girls’ basketball

Thornton 40, Lewiston 38

SACO — Lewiston started strong heading into the half with an 11 point lead, but Thornton rallied back to score 19  points in the fourth quarter and take the lead on an Alex Hart layup with 30 seconds remaining in regulation in girls’ basketball action Friday afternoon.

Hart compiled a game-high 18 points on six field goals, including three from three-point range, and three free throws for the Trojans  (1-3). 

The Blue Devils (2-4) were led by freshmen Myah Nicolas with 13 points and Emily Strachan with 12 points in the losing effort.

Hampden 52, Mt. Blue 40

FARMINGTON — Junior center Bailey Donavan nailed 15 of the Broncos 21 second half points as Hampden dispatched Mt. Blue 52-40 in girls’ basketball action Friday afternoon.

The Broncos (6-1) led 21-17 at the half. Peyton Smith scored seven of her nine points in the fourth quarter to open the lead for Hampden.

Sophomore guard Lexi Mittelstadt led the Cougars (2-3) with 12 points on two three-point field goals and six free throws in the losing effort.

Rangeley 71, Forest Hills 18

AUGUSTA — Senior forward Natasha Haley tabulated a game-high 19 points and seven rebounds as Rangeley smoked Forest Hills 71-18 in girls’ basketball action Friday afternoon.

The Lakers (6-0) led 41-8 at the half. Sohpomore guard Olivia Pye netted 14 points for Rangeley.

Sarah Hoyt led the Tigers with  five points on a pair of field goals, including a three-pointer, in the losing effort.

Scarborough 41, Edward Little 18

AUBURN — The Red Storm’s smothering defense paved the way for Scarborough to notch a 41-18 triumph over Edward Little in girls’ basketball action Friday afternoon.

The Red Storm (3-3) went on a 16-6 third quarter run following a modest 19-10 halftime lead. Senior forward Sohpie Glidden tallied a game-high 18 points for Scarborough.

Junior guard Jade Perry was the Red Eddies’ (3-2) leading scorer with five points in the losing effort.

South Portland 55, Oxford Hills 42

SOUTH PORTLAND — Meghan Graff and Katie Whitmore netted 18 points each as South Portland coasted to a 55-42 victory over Oxford  Hills in girls’ basketball action Friday afternoon.

The Red Riots took a 26-21 lead at the break. Maggie Whitmore contributed 14 points for South Portland.

Julia Colby garnered a team-leading 16 points for the Vikings in the losing effort.

Gray-NG 33, Yarmouth 22

YARMOUTH — Trailing 14-13 at halftime, Gray-New Gloucester kicked its defense up a notch and posted a shutout in the third quarter to overtake Yarmouth in a 33-22 victory in WMC girls’ basketball action Friday.

Jordan Grant led the Patriots (4-1) with eight points, while Eliza Hotham added five points, seven rebounds and the game’s lone 3-pointer. Sara D’Appolonia led the Clippers (2-3) with 10 points, while Clementine Blaschke added eight points.

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