YARMOUTH — Diamond Brown led the Hyde girls basketball team to a come from behind 34-29 victory over North Yarmouth Academy on Tuesday.

Trailing 20-17 after three quarters, Brown scored 11 of her team-high 18 points in the final frame as the Phoenix (4-6) outscored the Panthers (1-10), 17-9 in the fourth.

Hyde fell behind 6-2 after a quarter, but held NYA without a point in the second quarter while scoring 11 for a 13-6 halftime lead.

But, NYA came back, putting up 14 points in the third frame for a three-point lead.

Maggie Larson picked up 19 points for NYA.

Hyde returns to action today at 5:30 p.m. at home against Richmond, followed by home tilts with Hebron Academy (Friday, 3:30 p.m.) and Highview Christian Academy (Saturday, 2 p.m.).


At Rockland, the Mariners pulled away in the fourth quarter en route to a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over the Shipbuilders, who fell to 7-6 and visit Lewiston on Friday at 7 p.m.

Oceanside (6-7) led 8-3 after a quarter, 14-10 at the half and 20-17 after three quarters.

“We couldn’t generate any offense and had more turnovers than points in the first half,” said Morse coach Becky Roak.

Gabby Simmons had a game-high 10 points for Oceanside, with Makenna Brooks adding nine.

Noa Sreden paced Morse with seven points, followed by Isabelle Paulus, Emma Harrington and Signe Ostergaard with five points apiece.