PARIS — Oxford Hills coach Scott Graffam picked up his 400th career victory and Colby Pulkinnen scored a career-high 29 points, including knocking down four 3-pointers, as the Vikings (5-1) rolled to a 67-43 boys basketball win over Noble (0-6) on Wednesday night.

Colby Dillingham also helped Oxford Hills’ cause with 11 points. The Knights’ Rose Jamier threw in the team-high 16 points.

LISBON 59, BOOTHBAY 41: Levi Tibbetts scored 23 points and went 9-for-12 from the free-throw line as the Greyhounds (4-1) sidestepped the Seahawks (2-0) in Lisbon.

Lisbon’s Mason Booker scored 16 points and helped build the Greyhounds’ 25-19 lead at halftime.

Gryffin Kristan and Kayden Ames each scored 13 points for Boothbay and were flawless at the free-throw line, with Kristan going 7-for-7 and Aimes going 4-for4.

FOREST HILLS 85, RANGELEY 20: Braidan Welch scored 18 points to lead the Tigers to an East/West Conference win at the Augusta Civic Center.

Blaine Nadeau added 17 points and earned six steals for Forest Hills (7-0) while Mason Desjardins had 12 points and 10 assists. Cooper Daigle chipped in 12 points. Jackman Daigle and Hiram Logston were also in double figures with 10 points apiece.

Trevor Dolbier led Rangeley with seven points.

Rangeley’s Tucker Beaulieu (15) draws the offensive foul from Forest Hills’ Mason Desjardins (11) during a boys basketball game Wednesday in the Capital City Hoop Classic at the Augusta Civic Center. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

DIRIGO 59, MADISON 44: Dakota Tompkins scored 19 points to lead the Cougars to an MVC victory over the Bulldogs at the Capital City Hoop Classic at the Augusta Civic Center.

Charlie Houghton added 10 points for Dirigo (4-1).

Callan Franzose scored 18 points for Madison (2-3), while Thomas Dean added 10 points.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
OXFORD HILS 62, NOBLE 52: Sierra Carson hit 10 field goals and scored a game-high 23 points to lead the Vikings (6-0) past the Knights (1-5) in Berwick.

Molly Corbett added 16. Noble’s Meghan Kotsonis and Emily Clark both scored 10 points.

The Knights outscored the Vikings by seven in the second half but couldn’t get the win.

RANGELEY 56, FOREST HILLS 47: Winnie LaRochelle poured in 25 points to lead the Lakers (1-0) past the Tigers (4-3) in Jackman.

Isa Whittier chipped in with 12 points in the win.

Grace Allen led Forest Hills with 16 points and Allie Dunning added 13 points.

Rangeley’s Emily Eastlack (14) draws the foul from Forest Hills’ Hailey Welch (44) during a girls basketball game Wednesday in the Capital City Hoop Classic at the Augusta Civic Center. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

HALL-DALE 57, WINTHROP 37: Hayden Madore scored 15 points to lead the Bulldogs to an MVC win over the Ramblers at the Capital City Hoop Classic at the Augusta Civic Center.

KK Wills scored 12 points, while Lily Platt added 11 points for Hall-Dale (4-0).

Ella Rice and Lydia Rice each scored 11 points for Winthrop (2-2).

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 44, POLAND 30: Amber Fortin scored 13 points and Brooke Martin and Alexandra Portas added 10 apiece as the Patriots (4-1) used a 14-2 first-quarter lead to down the Knights (1-4) at Gray-New Gloucester.

Gabbi Bolduc scored eight points for Poland.

MEN’S BASKETBALL
BATES COLLEGE:
The Bates men’s basketball games against Roger Williams and Springfield this weekend have been canceled due to COVID-19 protocols, Bates College announced Wednesday.

The Bobcats (5-3) are scheduled to play Brandeis this Monday at 7 p.m.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
WPI 48, BATES 46: Playing without a number of key players, the No. 22 nationally-ranked Bobcats women’s basketball team fell to the Engineers in Worcester, Mass.

Bates (7-2) went into the contest without leading rebounder senior Ariana Dalia and it showed, with WPI (8-1) out-rebounding the Bobcats 48-35 and outscoring Bates 32-20 in the paint. The Bobcats only used seven players total while the WPI bench accounted for 30 of the team’s 48 points, with Bates’ bench chipping in five.

Bates was led by sophomore Morgan Kennedy and junior Brianna Gadaleta, who turned in 12-point performances. Junior captain Meghan Graff’s effort down the stretch propelled her to a team-high 13 points. Gadaleta finished with a double-double, recording a game-high 11 rebounds.


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