SKOWHEGAN — Alex Bandouveres popped for 16 points as the Brunswick High School boys basketball team downed Skowhegan, 59-40, in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference contest on Saturday.

Thomas Hanson added 11 points and Pearson Cost 10 for the Dragons, who held quarter leads of 23-8, 35- 17 and 50- 30. Taran Payne chipped in eight.

Dequan Frost led the Indians ( 4- 11) with 16 points followed by Issac Witham with 13.

Brunswick is 7- 8 and slated to host Lawrence tonight at 7 p.m.



Liam Stokes scored a game-high 28 points as the visiting Rams pulled away in the third quarter and held on for a KVAC win at Topsham on Saturday.

Cony improved to 9- 7, while Mt. Ararat fell to 5- 10. The Eagles are slated to host Bangor tonight, visit Lewiston on Tuesday and travel to rival Brunswick on Thursday.

“We need to win at least two of the final three to get in looking at the numbers,” said Mt. Ararat coach Steve Cox.

Shy Ulrickson led Mt. Ararat with 19 points, including a 7-for-8 performance at the foul line. Mason Griffin picked up 18 points, and the Eagles were 10-of-13 at the charity stripe.

TJ Cusack had 15 points for Cony, which was 18-of- 22 at the free-throw line.



The host Lakers stunned the Bobcats with a comefrom behind East- West Conference win on Saturday.

Down 39- 30 heading to the fourth, Rangeley outscored Richmond 15-1, with Timmy White scoring eight of his game-high 25 points in the uprising.

Matt Holt paced Richmond (10-5) with 15 points, with Cam Emmons chipping in eight.

The Bobcats return to action tonight at home against Buckfield, with tip-off slated for 7 p.m.


OOB 52

Bryan Roberts and Evan Christensen each scored six points in the fourth quarter as Old Orchard Beach pulled away for a victory over Hyde on Saturday.

The Phoenix fell to 13-2 and is scheduled to visit Valley today at 7 p. m., while the Class C Seagulls improved to 9-7.

Hyde led 12- 10 after a quarter, but trailed 18-17 at the half and 28- 25 through three. Roberts led OOB with 13 points and 11 rebounds, with Zach Hirst picking up 12 points and Eric Hogan 10.

Antonie Montgomery paced Hyde with 14 points, followed by Andrew Palermo with 12.