FREEPORT GUARD JESSIE DRISCOLL goes up for a shot over a Wells defender during a girls high school basketball game at Freeport on Thursday. Wells took the game, 35-32.

FREEPORT GUARD JESSIE DRISCOLL goes up for a shot over a Wells defender during a girls high school basketball game at Freeport on Thursday. Wells took the game, 35-32.

LEWISTON — Shyheim Ulrickson scored a gamehigh 27 points as the Mt. Ararat High School boys basketball team captured a 61-46 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Lewiston on Thursday.

Coming off a loss to Oceanside on Tuesday, the Eagles (11-4) jumped out quickly, taking a 16-10 firstquarter lead. A 22-10 scoring advantage in the second quarter gave Mt. Ararat a 38- 20 lead at the intermission.

Cam Cox added 12 points in the win, with Alex LaFountain chipping in 11.

Sahad Hassan led Lewiston (2-14) with 14 points.

Mt. Ararat hosts rival Brunswick on Saturday at 7 p.m.

BRUNSWICK 82
LEAVITT 36

The visiting Dragons erupted for 24 points in the third quarter to pull away for a KVAC win at Turner.

Brunswick, which improved to 11-5 and visits Mt. Ararat on Saturday, received 29 points from Caleb Cost, who was 11-for- 11 from the free-throw line.

Max Green paced Leavitt (2-14) with 18 points.

ST. DOM’S 24
WISCASSET 76

The Wolverines (12-4) jumped out early and coasted to a Mountain Valley Conference win over St. Dom’s.

Wiscasset, which hosts Madison on Monday at 7 p.m., led 28-6 after a quarter and 41-8 at the half.

Zach Reed and Brandon Sprague each scored 18 points in the win, while Cody Roberts added 12, Ethan James 11 and Kevin Lynch 10. Roberts and Lynch each pulled down eight rebounds, with Sprague and Roberts adding five steals apiece. James and Sprague dished out five assists each, while Brycson Grover had three assists and three steals.

Jake Bussiseri had 14 points for St. Dom’s (0-16).

MED. VALLEY 59
MORSE 50

Cameron Allaire scored 13 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter to lift the host Panthers (12-3) to a KVAC win at Bath Middle School.

Morse, 4-12 and slated to visit Waterville on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m., led 13-10 after a quarter, but trailed 27-25 at the half and 39-38 after three quarters.

“It was a well-played game by both teams,” said Morse coach Brian Bennett. “There was high intensity, lots of desire on both sides.”

Medomak Valley struck together an 8-0 run in the fourth quarter to pull away.

Keegan McDonough had a double-double for Morse with 21 points and 15 rebounds. Dakota Freeman chipped in 13 points, including three 3-pointers.

Nick DePatsy picked up 13 points for the Panthers.

FREEPORT 34
WELLS 53

The host Warriors used a 19-4 advantage in the third quarter to take control for a Western Maine Conference win.

The Falcons fell to 2-14 and visit Gray-New Gloucester on Tuesday at 7 p.m. Wells improved to 8-7.

Freeport jumped out to a 9-8 lead after a quarter. Wells answered, taking a 24-17 halftime lead before extending out to a 43-21 advantage after 24 minutes.

Dylan MacKay had 10 of his game-high 16 point in the first half for Wells, while Deandre Berry had 10 points.

Ethan Sclar led Freeport with eight points, followed by Jack Davenport and Matt Nielsen with six points apiece.

LISBON 62
MT. ABRAM 50

The visiting Greyhounds scored 22 points in the opening quarter en route to an MVC win at Strong.

Lisbon, 8-8 and slated to host Oak Hill on Monday at 7 p.m., led 22-7 after a quarter, 34-18 at the break and 49- 32 through three quarters.

Jonah Sautter popped for 17 points in the win, while Tyrese Joseph added 15. Troy Galarneau and Josh Huston split 18 points down the middle.

Dan Luce paced Mt. Abram (3-13) with 14 points, with Luke Romanoski adding 13.

Girls

WALDOBORO — Morse dominated the second half, rolling to a 54-32 KVAC win over Medomak Valley.

The Shipbuilders improved to 9-7, while the Panthers fell to 5-11. Morse hosts Waterville on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Tied at the half at 23, the Shipbuilders outscored Medomak 17-6 in the third for a 40-29 lead. Morse held the Panthers to just nine second half points in earning a second straight victory.

“The second half was all about ‘team basketball,’ with everyone contributing,” said Morse coach Becky Roak.

Freshman Katie Moore had a game-high 22 points in the win. She drained three shots from behind the arc and added four rebounds and three assists. Emma Harrington chipped in nine points and dominated the boards with 12 rebounds. Isabelle Paulus pitched in six points and Signe Ostergaard dished out six assists and had seven boards.

Sophie Cohen led the Panthers with 11 points.

LEAVITT 56
BRUNSWICK 50

Liz Goulette drained a 3- pointer late in regulation to tie the game, and the visiting Hornets outscored the Dragons 10-4 in overtime for a KVAC win.

In close game throughout, Brunswick led 23-22 at the half and 36-35 after three.

Chantell Eells led Leavitt (8-8) with 18 points, 16 rebounds and eight assists. Goulette added 14 points, 12 rebounds and four steals.

Adrianna White had a big game for Brunswick (10-6) with 18 points. Sabrina Armstrong chipped in 10 points, with Madeline Suhr adding nine.

Brunswick visits Mt. Ararat on Saturday at 5 p.m.

LEWISTON 56
MT. ARARAT 50

The visiting Blue Devils held off an Eagles secondhalf charge for a KVAC win at Topsham.

Lewiston (8-8) led 30-24 at the half, but Mt. Ararat (1- 14) charged back to within a point, 38-37, after three quarters.

Morgan Eliason led the Blue Devils with 18 points, with Kristina Blair chipping in 11 and Victoria Harris 10.

Lauren Sturgess paced the Eagles with 18 points. Nikki Bradstreet pitched in 11 points and five steals. Sara Lamb had eight points and five steals.

At the free-throw line, Mt. Ararat was 15-of-20 and Lewiston 11-of-22.

Mt. Ararat hosts Brunswick on Saturday at 5 p.m.

ST. DOM’S 52
WISCASSET 25

The Saints darted out to a 17-2 lead after a quarter and coasted to an MVC win at Wiscasset.

St. Dom’s (8-8) received 17 points from Chloe Dwinnell and 11 from Caroline Gastonguay.

Grace Webber led Wiscasset (3-13) with 12 points, followed by Maeve Blodgett with seven.

The Wolverines return to action on Tuesday at home against Madison at 6 p.m.