MORSE HIGH SCHOOL’S Signe Ostergaard (23) chases down the ball with Camden Hills defenders Eliza Boetsch (20) and Rachel Pease (22) looking on during a girls high school KVAC basketball game at Bath Middle School on Monday. The Shipbuilders rallied for a 40-39 victory.

MORSE HIGH SCHOOL’S Signe Ostergaard (23) chases down the ball with Camden Hills defenders Eliza Boetsch (20) and Rachel Pease (22) looking on during a girls high school KVAC basketball game at Bath Middle School on Monday. The Shipbuilders rallied for a 40-39 victory.

BATH — The Morse High School girls basketball team closed the game on a 12-2 run for a 40-39 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Camden Hills on Monday at Bath Middle School.

“We finally were able to get some shots to drop,” said relieved Shipbuilders coach Becky Roak after watching her team improve to 2-5 with a visit to Maranacook scheduled for Friday.

Leading 26-23 at the half, Morse went cold in the third quarter as the Windjammers (4-3) claimed a 33-28 advantage heading to the fourth. Camden scored the first four points of the final frame for a 37-28 edge.

Morse fired up from there, going on a 10-0 run for a 38-37 edge. Camden’s Rachel Pease (14 points) put the visitors ahead by one point with a putback, but Shipbuilder forward Emma Harrington drove to the basket and scored with 41 seconds remaining for the winning bucket.

Harrington led Morse with 13 points, with Isabelle Paulus adding 10 points and Noa Sreden eight.

LISBON GIRLS 72

WINTHROP 24

Four players scored in double figures as the visiting Greyhounds won their second straight game with a Mountain Valley Conference victory over the winless Ramblers.

Katelyn Fowler led the way for Lisbon (2-4 and scheduled to host Spruce Mountain on Thursday) with 18 points. Mikayla Yanez added 16 (three 3-pointers), Adrianna White 11 and Mia Durgin 10 as Lisbon led from start to finish as nine players figured in the scoring.

The Greyhounds claimed quarter leads of 19-7, 37-11 and 52-22.

Randi Dennett had seven points for Winthrop (0-7).

MT. ARARAT 49

CONY GIRLS 62

The Rams darted out to a 22- 9 first-quarter lead and never looked back for a KVAC win at Augusta.

Cony (5-2) held a 30-20 halftime lead and a 50-29 edge through 24 minutes.

Emily Quirion had a gamehigh 24 points, including four 3- pointers to pace Cony, with Hayley Quirion adding 10 points.

Allison Melcher scored 22 points to power Mt. Ararat, which dropped to 0-7 and visits Skowhegan on Saturday. Nikki Bradstreet chipped in eight points, with Libby Davis adding six. The Eagles were seven of 14 from the foul line and held a 36-20 rebounding edge, led by 14 from Melcher for a double-double.

WISC. GIRLS 42

MTN. VALLEY 49

An 8-2 fourth-quarter run lifted the host Falcons to an MVC come-from-behind victory over Wiscasset at Rumford.

Katie Puiia scored six of her 10 points in the fourth quarter, and Mountain Valley (3-3) made eight of 10 free throws in the final frame to hold on. The Falcons finished 10 of 23 at the line.

Wiscasset, which led 15-11, 24-23 and 35-33 at the quarter breaks, received 11 points from Kasey Cromwell, nine from Briana Goud, and seven each from Hanna Foye and Alecia Faulkingham.

FREEPORT 40

WELLS GIRLS 45

Wells outscored Freeport 29- 18 in the second half for a come-from-behind Western Maine Conference win over the 1-5 Falcons, who host Kennebunk on Friday.

Alison Furness had a gamehigh 23 points for the Warriors, who improved to 5-1. Jordan Agger chipped in 10 points.

Nina Davenport paced Freeport with 14 points, with Lauren Cormier adding 10.

WISC. BOYS 55

MTN. VALLEY 37

The visiting Wolverines outscored the Falcons 18-9 in both the third and fourth quarters for a MVC win at Rumford.

Wiscasset, 4-2 and slated to host Oak Hill on Thursday, trailed 10-4 after a quarter, but pulled into a 19-19 deadlock by halftime. The Wolverines claimed a 37-28 edge after three.

Dale Peaslee led a balanced Wiscasset attack with 10 points, with Ethan James, Brandon Sprague and Kevin Lynch adding eight points apiece.

CONY BOYS 54

MT. ARARAT 53

The visiting Rams jumped out to a 10-point first quarter lead and held off a Mt. Ararat second-half run for a KVAC win at Topsham.

Cony (2-4) led 18-8, 28-21 and 38-33 at the quarter breaks.

Mitchell Bonefant had a game-high 18 points for Cony, with Tyler Tardif adding 11 points. The Rams were nine of 20 from the free-throw line.

Shyheim Ulrickson led Mt. Ararat (3-4) with 17 points, while Jake Demosthenes chipped in 11. Mt. Ararat was 19 of 28 from the charity stripe.

The Eagles are slated to host Skowhegan on Saturday at 3 p.m.

LISBON BOYS 37

WINTHROP 46

Jacob Hickey scored 16 points as the host Ramblers picked up an MVC win over the 2-4 Greyhounds in make-up action.

Lisbon led 9-5 after a quarter, but fell behind 17-14 by halftime. Winthrop held a slight 30- 29 lead heading to the final frame.

“We rebounded the ball well defensively, but we just had too many costly turnovers,” said Lisbon coach Jake Gentle, whose squad fell to 2-4.

Tucker Brannon paced the Greyhounds, who host Spruce Mountain on Friday, with 12 points. Jake Johnston added eight points, and the Greyhounds were 12 of 18 from the foul line while the Ramblers finished seven of 12 at the charity stripe.