Oak Hill’s Audrey Bauer (15) moves the ball up the court against Lisbon at Lisbon High School on Tuesday. Oak Hill won 44-21. (RAM SPORT)

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER — Jordan Grant scored a game-high 19 points and Gray-New Gloucester closed the game on a 12-4 run to sneak past Cape Elizabeth 40-34 in girls’ basketball play Tuesday.

Bri Jordan added 10 points for the Patriots (15-2).

Saylor Wood netted 10 points for Cape Elizabeth (7-10), which led 20-17 at halftime and 30-28 after three quarters.

Boothbay 65, Telstar 36

BETHEL — Faith Blethen had 23 points to lead Boothbay to a 65-36 victory over Telstar in girls’ basketball action Tuesday.

The win capped a perfect 18-0 regular season for the Seahawks. Glory Blethen added 16 points and Ashley Abbott had 10.

Luci Rothwell led Telstar (3-15) with 11 points, while Sadie Richardson had nine.

Brunswick 50, Edward Little 39

BRUNSWICK — Alexis Guptil scored a team-high 12 points, Charlotte MacMillan had 10 points, eight assists and four steals, and the Dragons (16-1) went 11 of 13 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter to pull away from the Eddies (9-8) in Brunswick.

Emily LaRochelle added eight points with six assists and five steals for Brunswick, which led 31-25 after three quarters.

Jade Perry scored a game-high 18 points for Edward Little. Hannah Chaput added 10.

Carrabec 51, Spruce Mountain 48

CARRABEC — Carrabec overcame a two-point second quarter to take down Spruce Mountain 51-48 on Tuesday night in girls’ basketball.

Carrabec (7-11) followed-up its 15-point first quarter with two points in the second, but outscored Spruce Mountain (8-10) by six in the final frame to earn the win.

Cheyenne Cahill scored 23 points on nine field goals for Carrabec, followed by Skye Welch, who scored seven.

Calley Baker scored 18 points for Spruce Mountain to pace the Phoenix, while Jaycee Cole had 13 and Haley Turcotte finished with 10.

Kents Hill 45, Buckfield 33

READFIELD — Jarni Hewins scored 18 points and Lauren Murray added 12 to pace the Huskies in a girls’ basketball win over the Bucks.

Sunny Yan  contributed six points for Kents Hill (5-10).

Mountain Valley 48, Dirigo 37

DIXFIELD — Courtney Carrier posted a game-high 13 points to lead Mountain Valley to a 48-37 victory over Dirigo in girls’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Falcons (13-5) took a 22-13 halftime lead. Rylee Sevigny contributed 12 points for Mountain Valley.

Alexa Varnum and Sophia Jacques collected 10 points each for the Cougars (4-13).

Deanna Bauer of Oak Hill goes for two points aaginst Lisbon’s Carly Drischler at Lisbon High School on Tuesday. Oak Hill won 44-21. (RAM SPORT)

Oak Hill 44, Lisbon 21

LISBON — Abby Nadeau had 12 points to lead Oak Hill to a 44-21 victory over Lisbon in an MVC girls’ basketball contest Tuesday.

Audrey Dillman and Sadie Waterman each had nine points for the Raiders (16-2).

Valerie Doucette had six points to pace the Greyhounds (3-15), while Kiley Merritt and Destiny Deschaines each had four points.

Oxford Hills 76, Gardiner 48

SOUTH PARIS — A 26-9 second quarter helped the Vikings pull away for girls’ basketball win Tuesday.

Julia Colby — one of four Vikings to finish in double figures — scored 23 points to lead Oxford Hills (16-2), while Cecilia Dieterich added 17.

Jaycie Stevens scored 14 points to lead Gardiner (11-6).

Rangeley 35, Temple 30

RANGELEY — Winnie LaRochelle scored a team-high 13 points and Lauren Eastlack turned in a strong all-around game as the Lakers held off the Bereans in a D South game Tuesday.

Eastlack had eight rebounds, five steals and three points for Rangeley (16-1).

Hannah Hubbard scored 12 points to pace Temple (4-4).

St. Dominic 61, Waynflete 38

PORTLAND — Becca Zimmerman had a game-high 26 points as St. Dom’s defeated Waynflete 61-38 in girls’ basketball action Tuesday.

Benedicte Yombe and Hannah Kenney each had 10 points for the Saints (10-7).

Margaret Ojut had 15 points and Kilee Sherry had 10 for the Flyers (1-15).

Yarmouth 44, Poland 17

POLAND — Sophomore forward Margaret McNeil netted a game-high 15 points to lead Yarmouth to a 44-17 victory over Poland in girls’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Clippers (11-6) took over the game in the third quarter with a 15-0 run. Junior forward Hope Olsen contributed 12 points for Yarmouth.

Freshman forward Emma Bunyea and junior forward Sophie Vallee produced seven points each for the Knights (4-13) in the losing effort.

Lincoln 50, Leavitt 37

NEWCASTLE — Madeline York registered 16 points to lead Lincoln Academy to a 50-37 victory over Leavitt in girls’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Eagles (9-8) were consistent with 12 points in each of the first three quarters. Chelsea Williams provided 10 points for Lincoln Academy.

Kayleigh Gilbert tossed a team-leading nine points for the Hornets (5-12) in the losing effort.

Boys’ basketball

Cape Elizabeth 47, Gray-New Gloucester 46

CAPE ELIZABETH — Quinton Morse scored a game-high 16 points and the Capers (10-7) held on to beat the Patriots (12-5) after surrendering most of a nine-point lead with 1:30 remaining in the fourth quarter Tuesday.

Zack Pomerleau scored 15 points for the Patriots, who had a chance to win at the end but missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer.

Nathan Mullen added 13 points for Cape Elizabeth, which outscored Gray-New Gloucester 17-10 in the third to take a 34-32 lead.

Hall-Dale 75, Oak Hill 47

FARMINGDALE — Alec Byron scored a game-high 19 points and Ashtyn Abbott added 12 as the Bulldogs rolled past the Raiders in a Mountain Valley Conference game Tuesday night.

Tim Cookson grabbed nine rebounds for Hall-Dale (17-1).

Gavin Rawstron scored 12 points to lead Oak Hill (5-12).

Leavitt 73, Lincoln 41

TURNER — Wyatt Hathaway compiled a game-high 23 points to power Leavitt to a 73-41 victory over Lincoln Academy in boys’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Hornets (14-3) buzzed their way to a 40-17 halftime lead. Josh Banks and Cole Morin assembled 11 points each for Leavitt.

Joel Hatch had a team-leading 20 points for the Eagles (1-16).

Mt. Abram 73, Wiscasset 46

SALEM — Jack Deming tossed a game-high 20 points to lead Mt. Abram to a 73-46 victory over Wiscasset in boys’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Roadrunners (7-11) nabbed a 25-10 run in the second quarter for a 43-21 halftime lead. Adam Luce collaborated for 11 points for Mt. Abram.

Matthew Chapman led the Wolverines (1-16) with 16 points.

Oxford Hills 90, Gardiner 41

GARDINER — Will Dieterich scored 20 points and Colton Carson added 19 as the Vikings prevailed in a boys’ basketball game against Gardiner.

Spencer Strong added 18 points for the Vikings (12-6).

Luke Stevens led Gardiner (2-15) with 16 points.

Temple 63, Rangeley 43

RANGELEY — Nicholas Blaisdell had 22 points as Temple Academy defeated Rangeley 63-43 in boys’ basketball.

Stevo Kruta had 13 points for Temple (13-5), and Ilija Ivkovic had 10 points.

Nolan Boone had 21 points for the Lakers (12-6). Ian Lillis added 10.

Waynflete 77, St. Dominic 23

AUBURN — Finn Scott had 16 points, including 10 in the first half, and grabbed eight boards for the Flyers (13-2), who opened a 46-11 halftime lead and rolled past the Saints (2-15).

Alex Saade also had 16 points for Waynflete. Asker Hussein and Diraige Dahia added seven apiece.

Ethan Bosse led St. Dom’s with 13 points.

Unified basketball

Lewiston 52, Oxford Hills 42

PARIS — Breck Gagnon and Owen Vincent each had 14 points for Lewiston as the Blue Devils defeated Oxford Hills 52-42 in Unified basketball Tuesday.

Nathan Donnell chipped in 10 points in the win.

Elijah Nason led the Vikings with 12 points, while Bryan Stone had six and Branden Skinner and Danielle Brooks each had four points in the losing effort.

Poland 50, Windham 38

POLAND — Britnee Marie Gagne had 18 points lead Poland to a 50-38 victory over Windham in Unified basketball action Tuesday.

Ivan Sheloske added 12 points for the Knights (1-1).

Brianna Webber and Cameron Malone each had 10 points for the Eagles (0-3) in the losing effort.

Women’s basketball

Bates 68, Husson 44

BANGOR — The Bobcats (12-10) started the second quarter on a 12-2 run, opened a 32-20 halftime lead and cruised by the host Eagles (15-7) in non-conference action Tuesday.

Erika Lamere had 16 points for Bates, while Ariana Dalia scored 12 and Meghan Graff added 11.

Kenzie Worcester had 15 points and 11 rebounds for Husson, and Logan Huckins chipped in 10 points.


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