FARMINGTON — James Anderson led the Mt. Blue Cougars to a 75-61 victory over Brewer in KVAC boys’ basketball action Tuesday.

Anderson put up 39 points in the win. Garrett Reynolds added 12 for the Cougars (2-0).

Brewer spread the scoring around. Brandon Glidden led the way with 17 points, while Trevor Pearson had 12 points and Cameron Monroe had 11.

Leavitt 73, Gardiner 39

TURNER — Wyatt Hathaway lit up Gardiner for 37 points in Leavitt’s 73-39 boys’ basketball victory Tuesday evening.

Hathaway hit five 3-pointers and had five steals. Oren Shaw added 10 points for the Hornets (2-0), and Cole Morin had four blocks to go along with his seven points.


Ryan Johnson led Gardiner (0-2) with 17 points.

Rangeley 74, Valley 73

RANGELEY — Nolan Boone and Ian Lillis each had 18 points to lead five Lakers in double figures in Tuesday’s East/West Conference boys’ basketball win in Rangeley.

Rangeley (1-0) trailed by 13 after three quarters before rallying for the victory. William Brey added 17 points in the victory, and Kenneth Thompson and Callahan Crosby chipped in with 11 and 10, respectively.

Josh Farmer scored 22 points for Valley (1-1) to lead all scorers.

Poland 81, St. Dominic 30


AUBURN — Poland had five players in double digits as it defeated St. Dom’s 81-30 in boys’ basketball action Tuesday night.

Isaiah Hill had 17 points to lead the Knights, while Evan Kelley had 14 points. Joe Ringuette, Jay Hawkes, Gage Bachelder each had 10 points.

Robbie Dick led the Saints with 11 points, and Ethan Bosse had nine in the losing effort.

Temple 70, Buckfield 60

BUCKFIELD — Noah Wiley scored a career-high 36 points but it wasn’t enough for the Buckfield, which fell to Temple 70-60 in an East/West Conference boys’ basketball conference Tuesday.

Nick Blaisdell scored 18 points to lead the Bereans (2-0). Ilija Ivkovic added 12 points, and Nathaniel Wiles had 10.


Wiley and Tyler Gammon (23 points) scored all but one of the Bucks’ points. Buckfield falls to 0-2.

York 64, Gray-New Gloucester 58

YORK — Will MacDonald scored 17 points, Chris Cummins and Brady Cummins each added 12, and the Wildcats (2-0) held off the Patriots (1-1) on Tuesday.

York led 37-26 at halftime, but John Martin scored 11 of his game-high 33 points in the third as the Patriots pulled within 52-51.

Martin, who scored all seven points in the fourth for the Patriots, finished with seven 3-pointers, including three in the third quarter.

Zack Pomerleau and Hunter Colby each added six points for Gray-New Gloucester.


Girls’ basketball

Boothbay 60, Lisbon 25

LISBON FALLS — Glory Blethen and Faith Blethen combined for 50 points as Seahawks (1-0) beat the Greyhounds (0-2) on Tuesday.

Glory Blethen scored a game-high 27, and Faith Blethen had 23. Boothbay held Lisbon to two points in the first quarter on the way to a 32-8 halftime lead.

Charlee Cox scored 10 points and Valerie Doucette added five for Lisbon.

Gray-New Gloucester 54, York 20


GRAY — Gray-New Gloucester jumped on York early, taking a 15-2 lead after one quarter, and cruised to a 54-20 girls’ basketball victory over York on Tuesday.

Jordan Grant scored 21 to lead the Patriots (2-0), and Mikaela Ryan finished with 14 points.

Nina Howe was York’s (0-2) to scorer with five points.

Madison 53, Telstar 39

BETHEL — Emily Edgerly put up 18 points to help Madison earn a 53-39 girls’ basketball win over Telstar on Tuesday.

Brooke Ross added 12 points in the win, and Kathryn Worthen scored 10.


Luci Rothwell and Calla Orino topped Telstar with 12 points apiece, and Brooke Richardson finished with 10.

Mt. Blue 47, Brewer 39

FARMINGTON — Lext Mittlestadt led the Cougars with 19 points as they defeated Brewer 47-39 in girls’ basketball Tuesday.

Eva Stevens chipped in 12 points to help Mt. Blue improve to 1-1 on the season.

Ashley Tanguay paced the Witches (1-1) with 14 points, while Rebecca Gideon had 10 points

Oak Hill 42, Dirigo 36


DIXFIELD — Desirae Dumais and Abby Nadeau each scored 11 points to spark the Raiders to the MVC girls’ basketball win Tuesday.

Sadie Waterman chipped in nine for Oak Hill (2-0).

Alexa Barnum scored a game-high 14 points for Dirigo (0-2).

Oxford Hills 73, Bangor 41

PARIS — Julia Colby had 28 points as Oxford Hills defeated Bangor 73-41 in a KVAC girls’ basketball contest Tuesday.

Cassidy Dumont chipped in 12 points in the victory.


Rowan Andrews led Bangor (1-1) with 10 points, while Abby Fleming added nine.

Poland 47, St. Dominic 44

POLAND — Sophie Vallee scored a game-high 19 points to rally Poland from a nine-point halftime deficit to a 47-44 win over St. Dom’s in WMC girls’ basketball action Tuesday.

Allie Ferland added 13 points for the Knights (1-1).

Rebecca Zimmerman led the Saints (1-1) with 15 points, while Skye Rogers and Hannah Kenney added eight points apiece.

Rangeley 52, Valley 31


RANGELELY — Lauren Eastlack scored 14 points to lift the Lakers to the East/West Conference girls’ basketball win in Rangeley.

Winnie LaRochelle and Brooke Egan added eight points apiece for Rangeley (3-0).

Kendra Sweet scored a game-high 18 points for Valley (1-1), while Kennedy Savoy chipped in six.

Temple 56, Buckfield 33

BUCKFIELD — Deleyni Carr scored a game-high 34 points to lead the Bereans to a Class D girls’ basketball win in Buckfield.

Hannah Hubbard added 12 points for Temple (2-0).


Hannah Shields scored nine points to lead the Bucks (0-2).

Boys’ hockey

Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse 5, Windham/Westbrook 4

BRUNWICK — Ian Struck scored a hat trick, including the winning goal with 55 seconds left in the game, as Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse (1-0-1) beat Windham/Westbrook (0-2) at Watson Arena on Tuesday.

Noah Austin added two goals and two assists for Mt. Ararat, while Cade Charron finished with 27 saves.

Derek Corbett scored a hat trick with an assist for Windham and Colin Casserly also scored. Sean White had 24 saves.

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