PARIS — Holden Shaw scored four of his team-high 17 points in overtime to lead Oxford Hills to a 60-59 upset win over Portland in a Class AA North boys basketball game Tuesday.

Gabe Damon and Jake Carson both had two points in overtime for the Vikings (6-9). For the game, Carter Holbrook and Brady Delamater each poured in 10 points.

Jeissey Khamis scored 24 points for the Bulldogs (12-3).

MT. BLUE 61, LAWRENCE 55: Evans Sterling scored 30 points to lead the Cougars to the win in Fairfield.

Tyler Abell added 16 for Mt. Blue (13-1).

Dane Zawistowski led Lawrence (7-8) with 19 while Cole Quirion had 12.


BUCKFIELD 56, PINE TREE ACADEMY 53: Krosby Harvey scored 11 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter as the Bucks (7-8) secured a close win over the Breakers (2-7) in Buckfield.

Harvey also secured 12 steals. Brayden Monto added another 12 points for Buckfield.

Silas Yeaton scored a game-high 26 points for Pine Tree Academy.

DIRIGO 53, LISBON 24: Nate Wainwright finished with 12 points for the Cougars, adding another win to the record over the Greyhounds in Dixfield.

Dakota White and Travis Wright each tallied 10 points for Dirigo (9-5).

Lisbon’s (1-14) top points scorer was Keeghan Morrissette, who added eight.


MADISON 52, OAK HILL 41: Nathan Cornforth tallied a game-high 20 points for the Bulldogs during their win over the Raiders in Wales, leading the team to a 50/50 win-loss record.

Ethan Linkletter added another 12 points for Madison (7-7).

Braden New scored 12 points for Oak Hill (2-13).

ST. DOMINIC 75, SACOPEE VALLEY 45: Campbell Perryman scored 13 of his 23 points during a second-quarter surge as the Saints (14-0) cruised to a win over the Hawks (6-8) in Hiram.

Kai Taylor added 14 points and Mason LaFlamme had 11 for St. Dom’s, which stretched a 16-12 lead after one quarter to 41-25 at halftime. Perryman made three of his five 3-pointers in the second quarter.

Dylan Capano scored 20 points, and Silas Nielsen had 10 points and 10 rebounds for Sacopee Valley.


VALLEY 88, RANGELEY 51: Fisher Tewksbury finished with a game-high 28 points for Valley, leading them to victory over the Lakers in Rangeley.

Harry Louis added another 23 points for Valley (12-3).

Brayden Thompson tallied 23 of Rangeley’s (4-10) 51 points.

WINSLOW 64, LEAVITT 35: Braden Rodrigue scored 25 points to lead the Black Raiders to the win in Winslow.

Brady Poulin added 10 for Winslow (9-5).

Colin Schlobohm led Leavitt (3-12) with 11.


MOUNTAIN VALLEY 66, POLAND 44: Ben Desalle and Tanner Henry each hit four 3-pointers and scored 12 points as the Falcons (7-8) took down the Knights (3-12) in Rumford.

Jake New scored 11 points and Jyrrmal Yates and Blake Small added eight apiece for Mountain Valley.

Poland sophomore Alex Mains also made four 3s and scored a game-high 18 points. Freshman Nick Jamo had two treys and 14 points for the Knights.


BUCKFIELD 47, PINE TREE ACADEMY 42: Chloee Bennett scored eight of her game-high 15 points in the fourth quarter as the Bucks (7-7) beat the Breakers (6-7) in Buckfield.

Sarae Devoe added 13 points for Buckfield (7-7).


Kathryn Callender tallied 13 points for Pine Tree (6-7).

LEAVITT 58, WINSLOW 17: Jordyn Boulay scored 18 points for the Hornets, leading them to a win over the Black Raiders in Turner.

Caitlyn McCoy chipped in 12 points for Leavitt (7-8) and Gabby Smith added another 11 points.

Tenley Nadeau scored the most points for Winslow (1-13) with seven.

OXFORD HILLS 48, PORTLAND 29: Ella Pelletier led the Vikings (10-5) with 17 points in a win over the Bulldogs (2-13) at the Portland Expo.

Gabbie Tibbetts also reached double figures with 11 points.


Iman Alaari scored seven points for Portland.

SACOPEE VALLEY 47, ST. DOMINIC 32: The Hawks (9-5) used a 20-11 second quarter to take a 22-17 halftime advantage and rallied past the visiting Saints (8-6) in Hiram.

Bridget Landry had three 3-pointers and finished with 17 points for Sacopee Valley, and Emma Boulanger and Amara Parker chipped in with 12 points.

Charli Apodaca had nine points for St. Dominic.

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