MORSE’S SIGNE OSTERGAARD closely guards a Lincoln Academy player during KVAC Class B girls high school basketball action at Bath MIddle School on Tuesday. The Shipbuilders dropped a tough 46-40 decision.

MORSE’S SIGNE OSTERGAARD closely guards a Lincoln Academy player during KVAC Class B girls high school basketball action at Bath MIddle School on Tuesday. The Shipbuilders dropped a tough 46-40 decision.

YARMOUTH — Lilli Allen nailed three 3-pointers as the Hyde girls basketball team ran past North Yarmouth Academy, 39-26, in a Western Maine Class D tilt on Tuesday.

Allen finished with a gamehigh 17 points, while Diamond Brown chipped in eight.

The Phoenix (7-0) got off to a slow start, leading 6-4 after a quarter. But, a 13-9 scoring advantage in the second frame made for a 19-13 halftime lead. Hyde led 25-17 through three.

Hannah Carr led NYA (2-8) with 15 points, followed by Sara Thompson with seven.

Hyde is slated to host Islesboro on Thursday at 4 p.m.

LINC. ACADEMY 46
MORSE 40

The Shipbuilders suffered their fifth straight setback in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B contest at Bath Middle School.

Morse, 4-8 and slated to visit Erskine Academy on Friday at 6:30 p.m., trailed 10-8 after a quarter, 19-16 at the half and 29-27 through three in the closely-contested contest.

Emma Harrington had 14 points and seven boards for the Shipbuilders, while Signe Ostergaard chipped in eight points, and Noa Sreden and Sierra Wallace seven each.

Taylor Oliver paced Lincoln Academy (9-3) with 12 points, with teammate Brie Wajer adding 10.

MT. BLUE 52
BRUNSWICK 47

The visiting Cougars outscored the Dragons 11-6 in overtime for a KVAC win at Brunswick.

Mt. Blue improved to 7-4, while Brunswick fell to 6-5 and hosts Brewer on Friday at 7 p.m.

The Dragons trailed 13-12 after a quarter, 24-18 at the half and 34-30 through 24 minutes. But, Brunswick rallied in the fourth to send the game into overtime tied at 41.

Julia Champagne had a game-high 21 points in the loss, with Emily Black adding nine points, Madeline Suhr seven and Adrianna White six.

Adrianna Brinkman paced Mt. Blue with 14 points, while Eryn Doiron picked up 12 points and had five steals. Caitlin Kane also scored 12 points.

GREELY 64
FREEPORT 33

The Rangers (9-2) outscored the Falcons (1-10) 37-19 in the first half for a Western Maine Conference win at Freeport.

Ashley Storey had 22 points in the win, while Haley Felkel added nine.

Taylor Rinaldi paced Freeport with 10 points, followed by Regan Lynch with eight and Kayla Belanger with seven.

The Falcons host Fryeburg Academy on Friday at 7 p.m.