FREEPORT — Chloe Smedley scored five of her 19 points in the fourth quarter as York came from behind to slip past Freeport, 47-46, in Western Maine Conference girls high school basketball play on Thursday.

The Falcons jumped out to a 17-10 first-quarter lead, but the Wildcats chipped away from there, closing to 31-26 at the half and 41-37 through three quarters.

Nina Davenport pumped in 29 points to lead Freeport, 1-4 and scheduled to visit Wells on Dec. 30. Lauren Cormier and Vanessa Lee added six points apiece.

Paige McElwain added 10 points for York, which improved to 3-2.

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The host Saints darted out to a 17-4 lead in the first quarter and cruised from there for a Mountain Valley Conference win over 0-5 Wiscasset.

Kelly Pomerleau scored a game-high 19 points, which included four 3-pointers, while Chloe Dwinal swished three shots from long distance to finish with 13 points. Faith Grady added 11 as St. Dom’s improved to 4-1.

Briana Goud led Wiscasset, which hosts Winthrop tonight at 7 p.m., with 10 points, while Kayla Gordon chipped in six.


In a low-scoring affair, Justice Barrows scored 15 points to lead the host Panthers (2-2) past the 1-4 Shipbuilders in make-up Kennbec Valley Athletic Conference action.

Hannah Marks added 11 points for Medomak Valley, which used a 19-6 secondquarter run for a 24-15 halftime lead. Morse, which visits Waterville on Dec. 27, closed to 27-21 after three quarters.

Emma Harrington paced Morse with 10 points and 10 rebounds, with Leia Graves adding seven.


The Cougars outscored the Eagles 17-2 in the second quarter en route to a KVAC win at Farmington.

Mt. Blue (1-2) led 14-11 after a quarter, but opened up a 31-13 lead by halftime. Mt. Ararat, 0-4 and scheduled to host Lewiston Saturday at 2:30 p.m., managed just one point in the third quarter as the Cougars claimed a 51- 14 edge.

Caitlin Kane had 13 points for Mt. Blue, with Miranda Nicely adding 10.

For Mt. Ararat, Nikki Bradstreet led the way with seven points, while Sara Lamb and Lindsey Cornelison added five points apiece. Cornelison had eight rebounds, Lamb five assists, and Bradstreet and Allison Melcher two steals each.

The Eagles were four of 10 at the foul line, while Mt. Blue finished four of six.


Class C Kents Hill jumped out to a 17-1 lead and never looked back in a victory over 2-3 Richmond on Wednesday.

The Bobcats, who host Valley tonight at 5:30 p.m., trailed 7-1 after a quarter. Kents Hill (3-0) reeled off 10 straight points to open up a 16-point lead, and led 20-7 at the half and 31-17 after three quarters.

Sarah Grenier led Kents Hill with 15 points, followed by 12 points from Emma Curnin.

Morgan Harrington paced Richmond with seven points and eight rebounds, with Kelsea Anair, Jen Snedeker, Meranda Martin and Julia Plummer adding four points apiece. Martin had 10 rebounds and five steals.