PARIS — Holden Shaw shouldered the biggest scoring load for Oxford Hills, which outlasted Mt. Ararat in overtime, 46-45, in a KVAC boys basketball game Friday.

Shaw scored a team-high 19 points and Carter Holbrook chipped in with 11 for the Vikings (2-2).

Andrew Clemons tallied 22 points for the Eagles (2-3), and Logan Dubuc dipped into double digits with 11.

ST. DOMINIC 71, LISBON 50: A trio of Saints (4-0) finished in double digits, with Jonathan Tangilamesu leading the way with 19 points in the win over the Greyhounds (0-6) in Auburn.

Taylor Varney finished with 16 points and Campbell Perryman had 15.

Owen Booker led Lisbon with 13 points and Owen Hurd chipped in with 11.


SACOPEE VALLEY 28, POLAND 18: Emma Boulanger scored 14 points to pace the Hawks (3-2) against the Knights (1-4) in Hiram.

Breanna Bartlett and Charlotte Grenier tallied nine points apiece for Poland.

RICHMOND 44, MONMOUTH ACADEMY 38: Izzy Stewart had 30 points, nine rebounds and four blocks as the Bobcats defeated the Mustangs in Richmond.

Breonna Dufresne added five points and five assists for Richmond (5-2) in the win. Lila Viselli added five rebounds and three assists.

Kaitlyn Frost had four 3-pointers for 12 points to lead Monmouth (0-6).

Lewiston 2, West Haven (Conn.) 1


OXFORD HILLS WINS MCI TOURNEY: On the back of 10 top-four performances, including two individual champions, Oxford Hills put together a dominating team victory in the MCI Husky Winter Classic Wrestling Tournament in Pittsfield.

Tristan Atwell (106 pounds) and Chris Levesque (215) won their respective weight classes to accrue the lion’s share of the Vikings’ 204.5 points. That easily distanced them from runner-up Cony (152.0 points).

The Vikings had three other wrestlers reach championship finals, including James Terry (loss to Oceanside’s Maddie Ripley in 113-pound final), Jeremy Turner (132-pound runner-up) and Hunter Wormwood (150-pound finalist).

Oxford Hills really made hay in the consolation finals. Titlists were Kendall Kovales (138 pounds), Sy Garrey (144), Curtis Fogg (157) and Bryce Hazelton (165), while Maliki Sparks dropped a decision in the 190-pound consolation final.

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