MT. ARARAT EAGLE SHY ULRICKSON (21) makes a break for the basket against Brunswick’s Taran Payne during Thursday’s Kennebec Valley Athletic Conferece contest at Brunswick High School. Urlrickson, who had 32 points, and Mt. Ararat captured the 66-56 victory.

MT. ARARAT EAGLE SHY ULRICKSON (21) makes a break for the basket against Brunswick’s Taran Payne during Thursday’s Kennebec Valley Athletic Conferece contest at Brunswick High School. Urlrickson, who had 32 points, and Mt. Ararat captured the 66-56 victory.

RICHMOND — The Richmond High School boys basketball team’s fourthquarter rally came up short against Class C Old Orchard Beach in a 43-40 loss on Thursday.

The Bobcats trailed 17-10, 24-22 and 38- 28 at the quarter breaks, but rallied to within three with 14 seconds remaining. Richmond (10-7) had two chances to tie the game, but the Seagulls were able to hang on.

Cam Emmons, Tyler Soucy, Zach Small and Bailey Johansen had seven points each for Richmond, which hosts East- West Conference rival Buckfield tonight at 7 p.m. Emmons and Cody Tribbet picked up three steals each, while Johansen had 10 rebounds. The Bobcats were 6-of-16 from the foul line.

Sam Custeau had 12 points for OOB, which finished 3-of-11 at the stripe.

YARMOUTH 62
FREEPORT GIRLS 38

Freeport’s season came to an end on Thursday as the Falcons fell to Yarmouth, finishing 2-16 on the year in Western Maine Conference play.

In the final game, the Clippers jumped out to an 18-5 first-quarter lead, but the Falcons put together a 24-point performance in the second quarter to cut Yarmouth’s lead to 39-29. However, the Falcons managed only nine points in the second half as the Clippers added 25 more to hold on to the win.

Regan Lynch led Freeport with 11 points, while Taylor Rinaldi, Kayla Belanger and Megan Cormier each contributed seven points.

Yarmouth found three players in double digits, with Sara D’Appolonia pacing the Clippers with 17 points, while Johanna Hattan and Cory Langenbach added 14 and 10 points, respectively.

LISBON GIRLS 40
ST. DOM’S 37

The visiting Greyhounds overcame a 12-point halftime deficit to post a regular season finale Mountain Valley Conference win at Auburn.

Lisbon finished 4-14, while St. Dom’s fell to 6-12.

After a 6-6 deadlock, the Saints claimed a 25-13 lead at the break thanks to a 19-7 scoring advantage in the second quarter.

But, Lisbon rolled to a 20-5 edge in the third quarter for a 33-30 lead, and held on in the fourth.

Bree Sautter and Jasmine Le split 24 points down the middle for Lisbon, with Mikayla Yanez adding seven points.

Allie Veinote had 12 points and Faith Grady 11 for St. Dom’s.

OOB GIRLS 40
RICHMOND 27

The Seagulls received 14 points from Abigail Dubois in downing Richmond, which fell to 11-6 and hosts Buckfield tonight at 5:30 p.m.

Class C Old Orchard Beach (14-3) had contributions from Haley Plante and Brianna Plante with six points apiece.

Richmond was led by Sydney Tilton’s double-double (11 points, 10 rebounds), while Autumn Acord picked up nine points. Cassidy Harriman pitched in four points, four rebounds and three assists, with Meranda Martin adding six boards and two assists.

WISCASSET GIRLS34
MONMOUTH 50

The Mustangs darted out to a 25-8 halftime lead en route to an MVC win.

Wiscasset finished the season 4-14 despite receiving 10 points from Alecia Faulkingham, and six each from Kayla Gordon and Colleen Hendricks.

Monmouth (13-4) was paced by 10 points from Tia Day, seven from Haley West and six from Caroline Bonenfant.