BATH — Emma Harrington popped for 18 points and had 10 rebounds as the Morse High School girls basketball team rallied to a 42- 38 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Leavitt on Thursday.

The Shipbuilders improved to 7-5 and visits Oceanside on Tuesday.

Noa Sreden added 10 points and eight rebounds, with Signe Ostergaard had eight and Katie Moore six.

Leavitt (5-7) received Allie Belaire 12 points.

BRUNSWICK 41
MED. VALLEY 32

The visiting Dragons shook off a tough third quarter in picking up a KVAC win over Medomak Valley at Waldoboro.

Brunswick led 12-2 and 21-9 at the first two quarter breaks. The Panthers outscored the Dragons, 15-9 in the third to draw to 30-24 through 24 minutes.

Sabrina Armstrong had eight points, Emily Black and Madeline Suhr seven each, and Adrianna White six as Brunswick improved to 8-4.

Sophie Cohen and Justice Burrows led the 4- 7 Panthers with nine points each.

Brunswick visits Edward Little on Saturday at 2 p.m.

WISCASSET 29
ST. DOM’S 35

The Saints outscored the Wolverines 11-5 in the fourth quarter for a come-from-behind Mountain Valley Conference win at Auburn.

Wiscasset led 10-4 and 14-13 at the first two quarter breaks, with St. Dom’s tying the game in the third quarter, 24-24.

Gabby Chapman had 13 points for Wiscasset (3-10), which returns to action on Jan. 22 at Winthrop.

Chloe Dwinnell had 14 points for the Saints.

EDWARD LITTLE 52
MT. ARARAT 17

The Red Eddies darted out to a 14-1 first-quarter lead and pulled away for a KVAC win at Topsham.

The host Eagles fell to 1-10 and visits Leavitt tonight at 6:30 p.m.

EL led 30-3 at the half and 42-8 after three.

Emily Jacques had a gamehigh 19 points for EL, with Jordyn

Reynolds adding 14.

Sara Lamb paced Mt. Ararat with nine points.

Boys

TURNER — After falling behind 13-9 after a quarter, Leavitt rallied for its first win, downing Morse 49-41 in KVAC contest on Thursday.

Leavitt, 1-11 and scheduled to visit Mt. Ararat tonight at 7 p. m., claimed a 17- 16 halftime lead and led 30- 25 after three quarters of play.

Keegan McDonough led Morse (3-9) with 16 points, followed by Parker Onorato with 12.

Maxwell Green picked up 17 points for the Hornets, with Eli Calder adding 12 and D’Andre James 11.