READFIELD — Brody Morgan scored 30 points, including the game-winning 3-pointer as time expired, as Telstar/Gould rallied from an eight-point, fourth-quarter deficit to pull off the upset with a 65-63 win over Maranacook in an MVC boys basketball game Thursday.

Reiley Hedden added 20 points for the Rebels (4-8).

Keagan McClure scored 20 points for the Black Bears (11-3), followed by Brandon Chilton with 17 and Jack Fontaine with 13.

DIRIGO 61, LISBON 30: Nathaniel Wainwright scored a team-high 15 points for the Cougars in their victory over the Greyhounds in Lisbon.

Owen Smith added 13 points for Dirigo (8-5), and Dakota White chipped in 12.

Owen Booker and Keeghan Morrissette each tallied 10 points for Lisbon (1-12).


MT. ABRAM 78, WINTHROP 45: Payton Mitchell tallied 30 points for the Roadrunners (13-0), leading them to a win over the Ramblers in Salem Township.

Cam Grey added another 21 points for Mt. Abram.

Carter Rivers finished with 14 points for Winthrop (8-6).

POLAND 58, OAK HILL 37: Damon Martin led the Knights (3-10) with 20 points in a win over the Raiders (2-12) at Poland.

Nick Jamo chipped in with 14 points.

Branden New scored 13 points and Eli Desmond had 10 for Oak Hill.


ST. DOMINIC 63, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 34: Kai Taylor scored 18 points for the Saints (12-0) in a victory over the Panthers (3-10) in Yarmouth.

Campbell Perryman added 13 points and Jonathan Tangilamesu tallied 10.

Nate Oney led NYA with 15 points.

OXFORD HILLS 68, CONY 57: Holden Shaw scored 19 points, helping the Vikings (5-9) to the win in Augusta.

Brayden Murch tallied 13 points for Oxford Hills.

Parker Sergent scored a game-high 23 points for Cony (5-8) and Alex Fournier added 19.


GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 63, YARMOUTH 59: Jonny Patenaude paced the Patriots (12-1) with 25 points as they held off the Clippers (7-7) in Yarmouth.

Nate Hebert pitched in with 18 points for Gray-New Gloucester.

Evan Hamm poured in a game-high 33 points for Yarmouth and Justin Dawes delivered 11.

MONMOUTH ACADEMY 59, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 56: Sam Calder scored a game-high 26 points as the Mustangs squeaked out a close win in Jay.

Lucas Harmon added 13 points for Monmouth (10-3).

Jace Bessey finished with 18 points for Spruce Mountain (10-4) and Cai Dougher scored 12.


CHEVERUS 49, EDWARD LITTLE 46: The Stags (13-2) went on a 20-0 run starting at the end of the third quarter to erase a 14-point deficit against the Red Eddies (4-11) in Portland.

Gio St. Onge scored 11 points and Leo McNabb added 10 for Cheverus, who trailed 42-28 late in the third.

Marshal Adams scored 17 points for Edward Little.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 44, DEERING 39: Izzy Morrelli hit a pair of 3-pointers and finished with 19 points as the Patriots (12-2) edged the Rams (6-8) in Portland.

Natalie Santiago led Deering with 15 points. Angelina Keo sank three 3-pointers and scored 12 points.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 63, ST. DOMINIC 26: Ella Giguere recorded 21 points and 12 rebounds to power the Panthers (12-0) past the Saints (7-5) at Yarmouth.


Nell Rohde chipped in with 13 points and Athena Gee added 11.

Charli Apodaca scored 11 points for St. Dom’s.

POLAND 41, KENTS HILL 19: Breanna Bartlett was a force offensively for the Knights (8-6), scoring a game-high 18 points in the win over the Huskies (0-12) in Poland.

Phoebe Paradis poured in seven points, all in the second quarter, and Alaina Hamlin and Thea Thornton added five points apiece for Poland.

Lacy McDonald and Stefani Munoko paced Kents Hill with five points each.

OXFORD HILLS 53, CONY 52: Gabbie Tibbetts scored a game-high 25 points as the Vikings (8-5) held on to beat the Rams (8-6) in Paris.


Ella Pelletier and Maddy Miller added 11 and 10 points, respectively, for Oxford Hills.

Cony was paced by Olivia Olson (17 points), Abby Morrill (16) and Cassie Lacroix (13).

CONY/MONMOUTH/ERSKINE/MT. BLUE/RICHMOND 7, OLD TOWN/ORONO 1: Lincoln Dawbin recorded a hat trick in the Rams’ (7-4) victory over the Black Bears (4-6-1) at Alfond Arena in Orono.

Cooper Clark scored twice for Cony. Owen Lyons had a goal and two assists, while Kyle Lepage had a goal and an assist.

Carter Sevigny scored for Orono/Old Town.

Ryan Bourque made 22 saves for the Rams and Brock Parks had 18 saves in the loss.

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