Monmouth Academy’s Libby Clement bumps into Hall-Dale High School’s KK Wills during a basketball game Wednesday in Monmouth. (Kennebec Journal photo by Andy Molloy)

SALEM — Summer Ross needed 19 points for 1,000 for her high school career and she hit it on the nose in Mt. Abram’s 52-36 girls’ basketball victory over Madison on Wednesday.

Kaylee Knight added 11 points for the Roadrunners (5-7), who grabbed 37 rebounds and only turned the ball over five times.

Katheryn Worthen led the Bulldogs (5-7) with 18 points.

Hall-Dale 54, Monmouth Academy 51

MONMOUTH — Iris Ireland had a game-high 24 points to lead Hall-Dale to a 54-51 victory over Monmouth Academy in girls’ basketball action Wednesday.

KK Wills also made an impact for the Bulldogs (7-4), scoring 21 points.

Katie Harris led the Mustangs (8-4) with 12 points, while Emma Johnson added 11 and Kaeti Butterfield had 10.

Boothbay 39, Oak Hill 30

BOOTHBAY HARBOR — Faith Blethen scored 19 points and the Seahawks (12-0) built a 24-8 halftime lead in a win over the Raiders (10-1).

Glory Blethen added seven points.

Sara Moring scored 10 points for Oak Hill, while Sadie Waterman chipped in seven.

Hebron 44, Kents Hill 21

READFIELD — Allyson Walsh scored 13 points to lead Hebron to a 44-21 girls’ basketball win over Kents Hill on Wednesday.

Reily New added 12 points for the Lumberjacks (7-1).

Lauren Murray scored 10 points and Jarni Hewins had eight for the Huskies (0-5).

Mountain Valley 55, Lisbon 20

LISBON — Rylee Sevigny lifted Mountain Valley to a 55-20 MVC girls’ basketball victory over Lisbon on Wednesday.

Supporting Sevigny were Saydie Garbarini and Kierstyn Lyons, who each scored 10 points for the Falcons (9-3).

Sydney Plourde and Destiny Deschaines each had four points for the Greyhounds (1-10).

Poland 54, Sacopee Valley 32

POLAND — Allison Ferland paced Poland to a 54-32 victory over Sacopee Valley with 17 points in girls’ basketball action Wednesday night.

Alyssa Gagne was also scored in double figures with 11 points for the Knights (3-9).

Emma Hartford led Sacopee Valley (2-8) with 10 points, while Savanna Marlowe had six.

Temple 47, Buckfield 39

WATERVILLE — The Bereans used a big third quarter to pull ahead and hold on for the Class D girls’ basketball win over the Bucks.

Deleyni Carr led the way with 15 points for Temple (8-3), while Hannah Hubbard scored 12.

Buckfield (4-5) was led by Hannah Shields’ game-high 20 points.

Boys’ basketball

Poland 55, Sacopee Valley 23

HIRAM — Isaiah Hill had 16 points, including four buckets from beyond the arc, to lead the Knights (4-8) to a 55-23 boys’ basketball win over the Hawks (4-7) on Wednesday.

Tyler Tucci added 12 points for Poland.

Michael Murphy was the leading scorer for Sacopee Valley with 12 points.

Temple 54, Buckfield 41

WATERVILLE — Nathan Riportella had 17 points and Nathaniel Wiles scored 11 to lead the Bereans (8-3) to the East/West Conference victory over the Bucks.

Zack Wiles and Nicholas Blaisdell had six points apiece for Temple.

Tyler Gammon scored 20 points for the Bucks (3-8).

Boys’ hockey

Lewiston 5, Bangor 2

BANGOR — John Mathon and Logan Tripp had two goals apiece to pace Lewiston past Bangor 5-2 in boys’ hockey action Wednesday.

Ryan Pomerleau added a goal and an assist for the Blue Devils (10-0).

Joel Sherwood potted both goals for the Rams (7-1), who suffered their first loss of the season.

Lewiston goalie Jacob Smith made 26 saves, while Jack Hirsch made 31 saves for the Rams.

Leavitt/GNG/Oak Hill 5, Kennebunk/Wells 0

AUBURN — Austin Taylor had two goals and an assist to pace the Poland/Leavitt/Oak Hill/Gray-New Gloucester Kings to a 5-0 victory over Kennebunk/Wells on Wednesday.

Spencer Berube and Andrew Topham each had a goal and assist for the Kings (4-4), and Nate Marcotte also scored.

Xavier Michaud only needed to make 13 saves for the shutout.

Indigo Looper stopped 34 shots for the Rams (1-10).

Girls’ hockey

Lewiston 10, Portland/Deering 2

PORTLAND — Gemma Landry recorded a hat trick for the Blue Devils (13-0) in a girls’ hockey win over Portland/Deering (3-10) at Troubh Ice Arena.

Madison Conley added a goal and two assists for Lewiston. Sara Robert, Bri Dube, Grace Dumond, Katie Lemieux, Veda Leclerc and Abby Chartier also scored.

Caroline Lerch and Margaret Smith scored for Portland.


Monmouth Academy’s Abby Ferland, left, and Kaeti Butterfield can’t stop Hall-Dale High School’s KK Wills during a basketball game Wednesday in Monmouth. (Kennebec Journal photo by Andy Molloy)

Monmouth Academy’s Katie Harris, left, and Libby Clement can’t block Hall-Dale High School’s Averi Baker during a basketball game Wednesday in Monmouth. (Kennebec Journal photo by Andy Molloy)

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