February 7

Girls’ basketball: Brunswick edges Mt. Ararat in overtime

Julia Champagne’s last-second three-point play gives the Dragons a 52-49 win.

From staff reports

TOPSHAM — Julia Champagne converted a three-point play after making a runner in the lane with three-tenths of a second left in overtime to lift Brunswick to a 52-49 win over Mt. Ararat in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference girls’ basketball game Thursday night.

Champagne finished with 25 points, including seven in overtime, and also had 10 rebounds, four assists and five steals. Madeline Suhr added nine points, 10 rebounds and three steals for the Dragons (10-8).

Mt. Ararat (3-15) was led by Caitlin LaFountain with 17 points. Lindsey Cornelison and Sara Lamb contributed 10 each.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 58, NYA 27: Abby Dubois scored 16 points, Haley Plante had 15 points and five assists, and the Seagulls (13-5) dominated the second and third quarters to beat the visiting Panthers (6-11).

FALMOUTH 49, KENNEBUNK 20: Adelaide Cook scored 10 points to pace Falmouth (6-12) in a win at Kennebunk (0-18).

Gabby Fogg led Kennebunk with eight points.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 57, SACOPEE VALLEY 22: Skye Dole scored 11 points and Alexis L’Heureux-Carland added 10 to lead the Raiders (11-7) past the Hawks (9-9) at South Hiram.

L’Heureux-Carland got eight points in the first half while the Raiders held Sacopee Valley without a field goal on the way to a 27-10 lead.

Emma Glatzer led Sacopee with seven points.

GARDINER 52, MEDOMAK VALLEY 34: Lauren Chadwick scored 14 points to lead the Tigers (11-7) over the Panthers (10-8) at Waldoboro.

Medomak was paced by Hannah Marks with 25 points.

GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 30, ACADIA CHRISTIAN 10: Angela Jones scored seven points, and Ashlee Dawson had four points and five blocks for the Lions (6-12) against the Seahawks (0-14) at Saco.

All nine Greater Portland Christian players scored.

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