MADISON — Class C South-leading Winthrop opened up a close game with a 21-2 run in the second quarter before rolling off to a 73-46 win over Madison in a Mountain Valley Conference game at Veneziano’s Gym on Thursday.

Led by the inside presence of senior center Cam Wood and the perimeter shooting of Ryan Baird, Winthrop improved to 15-1 with its ninth straight win.

Wood finished with 23 points, 16 rebounds and five blocked shots for the Ramblers, balancing his scoring effort across all four quarters. Baird scored eight of his 14 in the second period, including a pair of 3-pointers — the second of which came from the top of the key with 1:07 left before halftime to extend the Rambler lead to 46-21.

Justyn Stinson led Madison with 20 points, including four 3-pointers.

Old Orchard Beach 64, St. Dom’s 41

AUBURN — Ryan Crockett scored 26 points, Zac LaPlante added 14 and Jaden Davies had 11 as the Seagulls (7-8) used a 41-22 second-half advantage to pull away from the Saints (2-13) at Auburn.

LaPlante also grabbed 12 rebounds.

Logan Welch led St. Dom’s with 12 points.

Boothbay 81, Mt. Abram 55

BOOTHBAY HARBOR — Steve Reny scored 25 points to lead the Seahawks (13-4) past the Roadrunners (5-11) in Boothbay Harbor.

Hunter Crocker got 16 of his 18 points in the first half, pushing Boothbay to a 44-26 halftime lead. Ben Pearce added 16 points.

Hunter Warren scored 13 points, Adam Luce had 11 and Nathan Luce 10 for Mt. Abram.

Monmouth 63, Wiscasset 31

MONMOUTH — Connor Davies scored a game-high 24 points to pace Monmouth Academy to a run-away 63-31 victory over Wiscasset in MVC Class C South boys’ basketball Thursday night.

The Mustangs (12-5) led 21-6 after one quarter and 35-11 at the half. Dylan Lajoie added 12 points, and eight different Monmouth players scored.

Matthew Chapman led the Wolverines (1-15) with eight points, while Josh Gabriele and Haiden Dunning pitched in with seven and six, respectively.

Telstar 41, Carrabec 40

NORTH ANSON — Brayden Stevens clinched the game for Telstar with a game-winning free throw with 0.6 seconds left for a 41-40 victory over Carrabec in a boys’ basketball game.

It was one of Stevens’ 24 points on the night to lead all scorers, and he had 14 rebounds.

Myles Lilly hit a free throw under with under a minute to go to tie the game at 40-40. He had six points on the night. Colby Marriott also added six points for the Rebels (2-14).

Nikkolas Dube had 12 points for the Cobras (0-16), while Dimitri Turcotte had nine points.

Mountain Valley 73, Lisbon 36

LISBON — Keegan Davis had 28 points as Mountain Valley defeated Lisbon 73-36 in a boys’ basketball contest.

Dylan Desroches chipped in with 11 points for the Falcons (14-2).

Seth Tapley had 13 points for the Greyhounds (9-7), while Ring Ring had eight points.

Girls’ Basketball

Boothbay 72, Mt. Abram 32

SALEM — Faith Blethen had 28 points as the Boothbay Seahawks remained undefeated with a 72-32 victory over Mt. Abram in girls’ basketball.

Glory Blethen scored 15 points for Boothbay (16-0).

Kaylee Knight had 11 points for the Roadrunners (5-11), while Ashlyn Sorel chipped in with seven.

Hall-Dale 37, Dirigo 36

DIXFIELD — Caden Wills scored 18 points to lead the Bulldogs to a 37-36 MVC win over the Cougars.

Iris Ireland added 11 points for Hall-Dale (10-6).

Alyssa McTyre led Dirigo (4-11) with 10 points.

Unified Basketball

Cony 70, Winthrop 62

AUGUSTA — Katrina Boisvert scored 16 points to lead the Rams to a 70-62 victory over the Ramblers.

Addie Bowden scored 12 points, while Ethan MacGregor added 10 points for Cony.

Trevor Martel led Winthrop with 28 points. Lukas Thompson scored 16, while Sarah McConnell added 14 points.

Oxford Hills 46, Fryeburg 33

FRYEBURG — Brandon Robare led Oxford Hills to a 46-33 victory with 14 points against Fryeburg Academy in a Unified basketball contest.

Branden Skinner and Kodie Barker-Henderson each had six points for the Vikings (1-0).

Aaron Limmer led Fryeburg (1-1) with with 14 points and Matthew McLaughlin had 10.

Girls’ Hockey

Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland 4, Brunswick 2

BRUNSWICK — Caroline Tracey had a goal and two assists to lead the Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland Red Hornets to a 4-2 victory over Brunswick in girls’ hockey.

Sophia Hartley, Taylor Cailler and Sophia Castanga also scored for the Red Hornets (13-3-1), and Maranda Guimond made 13 saves.

Harriet Peabody and Elena Palmer scored for the Dragons (2-15-1). Nadia Leiner made 21 saves.


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