Oxford Hills’ Brooke Carson gets by Lawrence’s Miranda Lambert, as Lambert’s teammate Lydia Townsend, left, steps in for support during Tuesday’s game. (Brewster Burns photo)

BRUNSWICK — Hassan Hussein drained the final of his four 3-pointers during the waning seconds, giving Lewiston a 62-61 lead over Brunswick, which led to a 63-61 Blue Devils victory Tuesday.

Hussein’s 25 points led the Blue Devils (1-3).

Finn Mitchell had 20 points for Brunswick (2-2), Noah Cox 14 and Noah Goddard 12.

Leavitt 65, Mt. Blue 62

FARMINGTON — Junior center Cole Morin poured in a game-high 22 points to lead Leavitt to a 65-62 triumph over Mt. Blue in boys’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The contest remained nip-and-tuck throughout, without either team taking any serious lead over the other. Senior guard Wyatt Hathaway hit 3-of-5 from the free throw line in the final minutes and collected 19 game points to help the Hornets (4-0) come out on top.

James Anderson attempted a 3-pointer at the buzzer for the Cougars (3-1), but missed. Sophomore guard Jacob Farnum posted 20 points, while senior guard Garrett Reynolds added 17 for Mt. Blue in the losing effort.

Boothbay 58, Dirigo 46

DIXFIELD — Steve Reny had 18 points as Boothbay defeated Dirigo in an MVC boys’ basketball contest Tuesday.

Benjamin Pearce chipped in 17 points for the Seahawks (4-0).

Jeremy St. Germain led the Cougars (1-3) with 23 points and 11 rebounds. Mateo Lapointe contributed nine points in the losing cause.

Monmouth 57, Lisbon 54

MONMOUTH — Senior guard Dylan Lajoie tossed a team-high 15 points to lead a balanced attack as Monmouth hung on for a 57-54 victory over Lisbon in boys’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Mustangs (2-3) played even in the first two quarters for a 26-26 tie at halftime. Connor Davies contributed 14 points and Gabe Martin chipped in 12, and Monmouth cruised to a 12-point lead after three quarters.

But the Greyhounds (1-3) attempted to bounce back in the final minutes as senior guard Corey Wiers posted nine points down the stretch. DJ Douglass led Lisbon with with an impressive game-high 28 points in the losing effort.

NYA 58, Buckfield 47

BUCKFIELD — Te’Andre King had 39 points to lead North Yarmouth Academy to a 58-47 victory over Buckfield in boys’ basketball action Tuesday.

Bryce Poulin chipped in eight points for the Panthers.

Tyler Gammon led the Bucks (0-4) with 17 points and Noah Wiley had nine.

Oxford Hills 58, Lawrence 49

FAIRFIELD — Kobe Nadeau scored 17 points but it wasn’t enough for the Bulldogs, who fell to the the Vikings in a KVAC boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

Colton Carson led Oxford Hills (1-3) with 19 points, while Spencer Strong added 15.

Jackson Dudley scored eight points and Adam Duprey and Gavin Herrin each scored seven points for Lawrence (0-4).

Temple 49, Rangeley 37

WATERVILLE — Marko Ajaz and Ilija Ivkovic scored 10 points apiece to lead the Bereans to the East/West Conference boys’ basketball victory Tuesday.

Nathaniel Wiles scored eight points off the bench and hit two late free throws to ice the game for Temple (3-1), which trailed 20-17 at halftime.

Nolan Boone and Ian Lillis scored 12 points each for Rangeley (2-1)

Girls’ basketball

Brunswick 61, Lewiston 47

LEWISTON — Charlotte MacMillan had 18 points as Brunswick defeated Lewiston 61-47 in a KVAC girls’ basketball contest Tuesday.

Marley Groat had 12 points for the Dragons (4-0), while Logan Brown had 11 points.

Emily Strachan led all scorers with 23 points for the Blue Devils (0-4), and Madeline Foster had 16.

Edward Little 53, Mt. Ararat 28

AUBURN — Edward Little took control from the start in a 53-28 girls’ basketball rout of Mt. Ararat on Tuesday.

Three Red Eddies (3-1) scored in double figures, led by Jade Perry and Hannah Chaput with 13 points apiece. Grace Fontaine added 11 points.

Alexa Eaton topped the Eagles (1-3) with seven points in the loss.

Gray-NG 51, NYA 45

NORTH YARMOUTH — Briana Jordan scored 13 points and Jordan Grant added 12 and the Patriots (4-0) used a big run in the second quarter to get past the Panthers (2-2) in North Yarmouth.

Mikaela Ryan chipped in 10 points for Gray-New Gloucester, which outscored North Yarmouth 14-4 in second to take a 30-16 lead heading into halftime.

Catherine Reid scored a game-high 16 points for the Panthers. Serena Mower added 13.

Greely 77, Poland 14

POLAND — Senior point guard Anna DeWolfe poured in a game-high 26 points as Greely zipped past Poland 77-14 in girls’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Rangers (4-0) dominated on offense in all four quarters. Camille Clement scored 17 points, while Brooke Obar added 16 points for Greely.

Knights freshman point guard Allison Ferland tallied a team-leading five points in the losing effort.

Oxford Hills 57, Lawrence 31

PARIS — Julia Colby drained a game-high 21 points to lead Oxford Hills to a 57-31 victory over Lawrence in girls’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Vikings (4-0) were leading 31-27 after three quarters then turned up the tempo and went on a 26-4 run in the final period. Cecelia Dieterich pitched in with 11 points for Oxford Hills.

Brooklyn Lambert and Keagan Alley produced nine points each for the Bulldogs (2-2) in the losing effort.

Rangeley 52, Temple 49, OT

WATERVILLE — Rangeley rallied back from 26 points down to defeat Temple 53-51 in overtime in an East/West Conference girls’ basketball contest Tuesday.

Freshman Winnie LaRochelle led the Lakers (4-1) with 22 points. Lauren Eastlack scored 10 points, and Brooke Egan contributed six points, seven steals and four assists.

Deleyni Carr scored a game-high 30 points for Temple (2-2), and Hannah Hubbard added 13 points.

Edward Little senior guard Grace Fontaine pushes the ball up the floor as Mt. Ararat’s Theresa Breed (55) trails the play during Tuesday’s game in Auburn. (Ram Sports Photography)

Oxford Hills’ Jade Smedberg and Lawrence’s Svannah Weston battle for a loose ball during Tuesday’s game. (Brewster Burns photo)

Edward Little’s Hannah Chaput dribbles downcourt against the defense of Mt. Ararat’s Ainsley Bryant during Tuesday’s game in Auburn. (Ram Sports Photography)

Oxford Hills’ Maggie Hartnett gets a hand on Lawrence forward Savannah Weston’s shot during Tuesday’s game. (Brewster Burns photo)

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