FAIRFIELD — Shy Ulrickson scored his 1,000th career point late in the first quarter and hit two free throws late in regulation to lift the Mt. Ararat High School boys basketball team to a 50-49 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Lawrence on Friday.

“If you leave the ‘Dog Pound’ with a win, you did good,” said Mt. Ararat coach Steve Cox, whose Eagles improved to 5-9 and host Cony on Tuesday and Bangor on Friday. Both games begin at 7 p.m. “We had an 11-point lead and we should have spread it out. But, we got the win.”

Ulrickson finished with 17 points, with Mike Crawford and Mason Griffin adding 10 points apiece. Harper Moutal and Cam Cox played well in the win.

Mt. Ararat led throughout, claiming quarter leads of 11- 10, 24-17 and 40-33. Lawrence stormed back behind 20 points from Seth Powers, taking a one-point lead, 49-48, before Ulrickson put the Eagles ahead to stay.

Mt. Ararat was 4-of-10 at the free-throw line, while the Bulldogs finished 12-of-16.



The Bobcats used a 20-8 third-quarter scoring advantage to take control for an East-West Conference victory over Greenville on Friday.

Richmond improved to 8-4.

The Lakers turned a 14-12 first-quarter deficit into a 24- 19 halftime lead. But, Tyler Soucy scored seven of his 10 points in the third for Richmond, which led 39-32 after three.

Matt Holt led the Bobcats with 13 points, followed by freshman Zach Small, who scored 11 points in his first varsity start. The Bobcats were 13-of-27 at the foul line.

Nick Foley had a game-high 14 points for Greenville, with Trevor Richards adding 12.



The visiting Ramblers (12- 2) outscored Wiscasset (4-10) 30-9 in the second quarter en route to a Mountain Valley Conference win on Friday.

The Wolverines are slated to host Boothbay tonight at 7 p.m.

Winthrop led 17-14 after a quarter, but pulled into a 47- 23 halftime lead. A 16-16 third frame produced a 63-39 contest heading to the fourth.

Dakota Carter led Winthrop with 13 points, with Matthew Sekerak adding 12 and Jacob Hickey 10.

Kevin Lynch and Brandon Sprague finished with 14 points apiece for Wiscasset.



The Greyhounds led throughout, but Hall-Dale rallied in the fourth quarter for an MVC win on Friday, dropping Lisbon to 3-11 with a visit to Carrabec slated for tonight at 7 p.m.

Lisbon led 14-11, 24-19 and 31-28 at the quarter breaks, but a Bulldogs 17-9 scoring advantage in the final frame was enough to give the visitors a 10-4 mark.

“We played good defense, but we gave up a lot of rebounds in the second half,” said Lisbon coach Jake Gentle.

Johnny Yim had 16 points for Lisbon, with Jonah Sautter adding 10.

Brian Allen paced Hall-Dale with 16 points, followed by Wesley Lapointe with 10.



Ten players scored for the Clippers, who rolled to a Western Maine Conference on Friday over Freeport, which fell to 0-13.

Cody Cook and Adam LaBrie had 10 points for 11-3 Yarmouth, with Conor O’Donnell adding nine points.

The Falcons received a game-high 13 points from Jack Davenport, while Nathan Pelletier chipped in eight.

Freeport trailed 21-6, 40-19 and 54-22 at the quarter breaks.