BRUNSWICK — Brooklyn Smith scored eight of her game-high 11 points during the second quarter as Oxford Hills outscored the Brunswick High School Black squad 12-2 during the decisive quarter to lead the Vikings to a 38-18 girls basketball victory on Tuesday.

Oxford Hills opened up with an 8-4 lead at the conclusion of the first quarter in a defensive battle and extended its advantage to 32-10 after three quarters. Paige Garcia added 10 points for Oxford Hills.

Ashley Howe and Jena Bailey played well defensively for Brunswick, while Amanda Faith led the Dragons with six points.

In junior varsity action, Oxford Hills used a 16-8 advantage in the fourth quarter to pull away from the Brunswick Orange squad, 44- 32.

The Vikings led 11-10 after the opening quarter extending their lead to 24-16 at halftime. The Dragons closed the gap to 28-24 at the end of the third quarter.

Samiera McMullen led Brunswick with eight points and nine rebounds, while blocking three shots. Jesi Libby scored the first seven points for the Dragons in the first quarter with a 3-point field goal and two outside jumpers. Sasha Hampton, Leah Dewey and Gillian Doehring played well defensively for Brunswick.