Oxford Hills’ Spencer Strong goes up for two while being defended by Leavitt’s Hunter Hayes during Friday’s game in Paris. (Brewster Burns photo)

PARIS — Senior guard Spencer Strong scored a game-high 19 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter, to lead Oxford Hills to a 59-51 boys’ basketball triumph over Leavitt on Friday.

The Hornets (12-2) came out strong, taking a 21-15 lead in the first quarter.

But freshman guard Wyatt Hathaway, who was Leavitt’s leading scorer with 18 points on six 3-pointers, missed five minutes with an injury while the Vikings (9-6) went on an 11-5 run in the third quarter.

Vikings senior center Colton Carson contributed 13 points on two field goals and nine from the foul line. Carson was 6-for-6, while Oxford Hills was 12-of-14 from the charity stripe in the final quarter as it held on for the win.

Lake Region 73, St. Dominic 37


NAPLES — Mark Mayo scored 13 of his 19 points in the first quarter, and the Lakers (4-10) built a 42-16 halftime lead on their way to a win over the Saints (1-12) on Friday.

Evan Willey added 14 points for Lake Region.

Logan Welch scored 17 points for St. Dominic, hitting five 3-pointers. Stephen Dick chipped in 13 points.

Lisbon 86, Telstar 36

BETHEL — DJ Douglass poured in a game-high 35 points as the Lisbon Greyhounds defeated the Telstar Rebels 86-36 in a MVC boys’ basketball Friday.

Douglass made six 3-pointers. Seth Tapley had 14 points for the Greyhounds (12-1), while Corey Wiers had 12 and Nick Blair 10.


Brayden Stevens paced the Rebels (1-12) with 14 points, and Colby Marriott had eight.

Monmouth 66, Richmond 59

MONMOUTH — Senior guard Evan Burnell and junior forward Brock Bates recorded double-doubles to lift Monmouth to a 66-59 triumph over Richmond in boys’ basketball action Friday evening.

Burnell tabulated 21 points and 17 rebounds, while Bates added 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Mustangs (10-4). Senior guard Dylan Lajoie chipped in with 10 points.

The Bobcats (4-11) were aggressive and physical, keeping Monmouth in check during the first three quarters and taking a 43-40 lead into the final frame. Junior guard Mason Blake scored a game-high 24 points, while junior forward Kenneth Bing had 16 points for Richmond in the losing effort.

Mountain Valley 60, Oak Hill 29


WALES — Senior guard Dylan Desroches and senior center Cameron Godbois registered a game-high 10 points each as Mountain Valley crushed Oak Hill 60-29 in boys’ basketball action Friday.

The Falcons (13-1) took over the game with a 22-0 run in the second quarter.

Freshman guard Caden Thompson tossed in a team-leading eight points for the Raiders (4-10).

York 55, Poland 38

POLAND — Will MacDonald scored 12 points and the Wildcats (12-2) opened the game on a 21-9 run to get past the Knights (4-10) in Poland.

Thomas Coughlin and Brady Cummins each added nine points for York, which led 33-16 at halftime.


Gage Bachelder scored nine points and Tyler Tucci netted eight for Poland.

Girls’ basketball

Greely 53, Gray-New Gloucester 48

CUMBERLAND — Anna DeWolfe poured in a game-high 26 points to lead undefeated Greely to a 53-48 victory over Gray-New Gloucester in girls’ basketball action Friday.

Camille Clement posted 21 points for the Rangers (15-0) with seven field goals, including three from 3-point range, and four free throws. DeWolfe and Clement accounted for all 14 Greely points in the fourth quarter.

Jordan Grant compiled 17 points, while Bri Jordan assembled 15 points and six assists for the Patriots (12-2) in the losing effort.


Hampden 57, Mt. Blue 43

FARMINGTON — Senior center Bailey Donovan recorded a double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds as Hampden corralled a 57-43 victory over Mt. Blue in girls’ basketball action Friday.

The Broncos (12-3) opened up with a 12-4 run in the first quarter, and led 25-16 at the half. Junior shooting guard Alydia Brillant contributed 14 points, while Megan Deans added 11 for Hampden.

Junior point guard Lexi Mittelstadt tossed a game-high 27 points for the Cougars (6-8) in the losing effort.

Oxford Hills 85, Leavitt 31

TURNER — Cecelia Dieterich drained a game-high 23 points as Oxford Hills cruised to an 85-31 victory over Leavitt in girls’ basketball action Friday.


The Vikings (13-2) bested the Hornets (4-11) by more than 10 points in each quarter except the third. Cassidy Dumont contributed to the offensive onslaught with 22 points for Oxford Hills.

Kayleigh Gilbert had a team-leading eight points for Leavitt.

York 51, Poland 28

YORK — Jackie Tabora had nine of her game-high 15 points in the first half as the Wildcats (6-8) opened a 25-8 lead against the Knights (4-11).

Emma Bunyea led Poland with 11 points.

Boys’ hockey


Edward Little 2, Bangor 1

BANGOR — Ben Cassidy scored the game-winner with less than five seconds remaining in the game as the Edward Little Red Eddies came from behind to defeat the Bangor Rams 2-1 in a boys’ hockey Friday evening.

Marius Morneau picking up the assist on Cassidy’s game-winner power play goal.

Anthony Caccese scored an unassisted goal in the first period for the Rams (8-2). Jack Keefe tied the game off an assist by Will Cassidy in the second period.

Devon D’Auteuil made 23 saves for the Red Eddies (7-4), while Jacob Henry made 22 saves in the loss.

Leavitt’s Cole Morin and Oxford Hills’ Garrett Record go after a loose ball during Friday’s game in Paris. (Brewster Burns photo)

Leavitt’s Mark Herman goes for a layup while Oxford Hills’ Patrick Paine prepares to make the block during Friday’s game in Paris. (Brewster Burns photo)

Leavitt’s Hunter Hayes, center, and Joziah Leonard, right, converge on Oxford Hills’ Tanner Herrick in an effort to steal the ball during Friday’s game in Paris. (Brewster Burns photo)

Oxford Hills’ Colton Carson goes up to the basket past the defense of Leavitt’s A.J. Tirrell during Friday’s game in Paris. (Brewster Burns photo)

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