The host Eagles held tough through a period, but Leavitt/ Edward Little scored three times in the second frame to take control in an Eastern contest at Sidney J. Watson Arena.

Abby Roy keyed the Red Hornets’ outburst, with Kylie Bureau and Emma Martineau adding a goal each for a 3-0 lead for the 11- 2-1 visitors.

Danica Nadeau and Haley Frolich added a goal each in the third, while Mt. Ararat (2-12-1) received a goal from Mikaila Cloutier.

Eagles netminder Alison Nolan turned aside 29 shots, while Tori Sanford had two saves in net for the Red Hornets.

Mt. Ararat is slated to visit Gorham on Monday at 1:10 p.m.


BATH — The Hyde School boys backcourt combined for 31 points and 10 steals as the Phoenix improved to 8-1 with a 62-45 Western D win over Islesboro on Thursday.

Antoine Montgomery had a game-high 17 points, while Kiefer Cundy added 14 points.

The game was close in the first half until a late 10-2 run put Hyde in control.

Cheverus tallied three goals in a nine-second span of the second period.

The Phoenix visit Class C Sacopee Valley on Saturday at 4 p.m.


The host Phoenix improved to 8-0 with a dominating Western D win over Islesboro on Thursday.

Lilli Allen had a monster game for Hyde, pouring in 26 points, including 12 in a decisive third-quarter 16-4 run.

Hyde returns to action Saturday at Sacopee Valley, with game-time set for 2:30 p.m.


The visiting Saints

slipped past the Wolverines, who fell to 4-9 and hosts Winthrop on Jan. 23.

It was the third close Mountain Valley Conference loss for Wiscasset, which led 10-9 and 23-22 at the first two quarter breaks before St. Dom’s pulled into a 36-36 deadlock through three.

Becket Wagner hit a pair of 3-pointers and finished with 20 points for the Saints, while Mike Bryant added 14 points and Adam Vining nine. The Saints were 9-of-14 from the foul line.

Brandon Sprague led Wiscasset with 14 points, followed by Ethan James with nine points and seven rebounds, and Cody Roberts with eight points and two assists. Kevin Lynch had seven caroms, while Nate Woodman pulled down six boards.

The Wolverines were 9-of- 12 from the charity stripe.


The Mustangs held the Greyhounds to just 10 firsthalf points en route to an MVC win at Lisbon Falls.

Monmouth (7-5) turned a 7-5 first-quarter deficit into a 17-10 halftime lead after outscoring Lisbon (3-10) 12-3 in the second quarter. The Mustangs led 23-18 heading to the fourth and held off the Greyhounds down the stretch.

Luke Thombs had a gamehigh 15 points in the win, while Nick Menice picked up 11.

Johnny Yim and Josh Huston picked up nine points apiece for Lisbon, which hosts Hall-Dale on Jan. 23 at 7 p.m.