LEWISTON’S Fahad Hassan (24) and Luke Madore (33) box out Brunswick’s Owen Rudalevige during a boys KVAC basketball game at Brunswick on Tuesday. The host Dragons prevailed in double overtime, 86-80.

LEWISTON’S Fahad Hassan (24) and Luke Madore (33) box out Brunswick’s Owen Rudalevige during a boys KVAC basketball game at Brunswick on Tuesday. The host Dragons prevailed in double overtime, 86-80.

BATH — The Morse High School girls basketball out-scored Waterville 28-17 over the second and third quarters en route to a 51-45 victory over the Purple Panthers on Tuesday at Bath Middle School.

Emma Harrington picked up a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. She added five assists.

The Shipbuilders, who have won three straight to improve to 10-7, trailed 12-10 after a quarter, but gained a 21-16 lead by the half. Morse extended out to a 38-29 advantage after three and held on in the fourth.

Isabelle Paulus chipped in 11 points, seven boards and five assists in the win, while Sierra Wallace had 11 points, including three 3-pointers.

Jordan Jabar had a game-high 23 points for Waterville (8-9).

Morse visits Winslow in its regular season finale on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

BRUNSWICK 28
LEWISTON 40

The host Blue Devils raced past the Dragons in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference matchup.

Victoria Harris had 10 points and 11 rebounds for Lewiston (9-8), while Morgan Eliasen chipped in 11 points.

Aidan Sachs led Brunswick, which finished 11-7, with 12 points, followed by Sabrina Armstrong with 11.

FREEPORT 39
GRAY- NG 53

The Patriots received 16 points from Skye Conley for a Western Maine Conference win over the Falcons, who fell to 9-8 and hosts Lake Region on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.

Gray-New Gloucester (13-4) took control in the second quarter, turning a 13-12 first-quarter lead into a 25-14 halftime advantage. The Patriots extended out to a 39-24 advantage after three quarters.

Jessie Driscoll and Regan Lynch paced Freeport with 11 points apiece.

RICHMOND 60
VINALHAVEN 40

In the first game of a two-game set at Vinalhaven on Monday, Sydney Tilton had 22 points and 13 rebounds as the Bobcats picked up an East-West Conference win.

Richmond posted quarter leads of 22-5, 32-11 and 51-22.

Kelsea Anair added 12 points, 10 rebounds, eight assists and four steals in the win, while Meranda Martin pitched in seven points, four assists and three steals.

Vinalhaven was led by Gillian Davis-Oakes’ 15 points.

RICHMOND 54
VINALHAVEN 43

The Bobcats had a much more difficult time in the Tuesday morning contest, but Richmond departed the island with a 15-2 record after another EWC win.

Richmond, which takes on Valley today at the Augusta Civic Center at 5:30 p.m., jumped on top 18-8 after a quarter, led 27-16 at the half and 39-25 after three.

Tilton and Anair both scored 11 points, with Caitlin Kendrick scoring a game-high 13. Tilton added six boards, Anair had three steals and Martin dished out four assists.

Ashlyn Littlefield led Vinalhaven (14-4) with 12 points.

OAK HILL 32
LISBON 43

Jasmin Le had a double-double as the Greyhounds captured a Mountain Valley Conference win over Oak Hill.

Le finished with 11 points and 10 rebounds as Lisbon improved to 7- 10 and hosts St. Dom’s on Thursday at 6 p.m.

Kaylin Le chipped in 10 points and Bree Sautter had nine for the Greyhounds.

Abby Nadeau paced the Raiders (7-10) with nine points.

MED. VALLEY 65
MT. ARARAT 56

Sophie Cohen led the way with 20 points as the Panthers earned a KVAC win over the Eagles in Topsham.

Medomak Valley (6-11) rallied from a 15-12 first-quarter deficit, claiming a 25-23 halftime lead.

Mt. Ararat (1-16), which visits Edward Little on Thursday at 6:30 p.m., hung tough, trailing 43-40 after three quarters.

Justice Burrows had 17 points in the win, while Maggie Cox had 12 and Gabby Depatsy 11.

Sara Lamb had a big game for Mt. Ararat, scoring 18 points. Lauren Sturgess pitched in 15 and Nikki Bradstreet 13. Sturgess pulled down nine rebounds, with Lamb adding six boards.

Boys basketball

GRAY — Nate Pelletier exploded for 22 points as Freeport ended a 10- game losing skid with a WMC win over Gray-New Gloucester on Tuesday.

Trailing 11-6 after a quarter, the Falcons (3-14) out-scored the Patriots, 24-12, in the second to claim a 30-23 lead at the break. Freeport, which hosts Lake Region on Thursday at 7 p.m., held on from there.

Jack Davenport chipped in 16 points, Brady LaFrance had nine, while Eli Fox and Ethan Sclar split 14 points down the middle.

Zack Haskell led the Patriots (2-15) with 22 points, followed by Kyle Keenan with 15 and John Henry Villanueva with 10.

RICHMOND 65
VINALHAVEN 52

The Bobcats jumped out to a 23-9

lead in the first quarter and maintained a double-digit lead throughout en route to an EWC win over Vinalhaven on Monday.

Zach Small led the way for Richmond with 28 points. Cody Tribbet added 11 while Nick Anan came off the bench to score nine.

Cody Hamilton led Vinalhaven with 23 points.

RICHMOND 69
VINALHAVEN 49

Richmond made it an EWC sweep by rolling to a Tuesday win, improving to 11-5.

The Bobcats take on Valley tonight at the Augusta Civic Center at 7 p.m.

Richmond led 18-14, 31-27 and 46- 36 at the quarter breaks.

Tribbet nailed 10 3-pointers to finish with a game-high 34 points in the win. Small pitched in 19. In all, the Bobcats sank 15 treys.

Hamilton and Lewis Cray had 16 points apiece for Vinalhaven (11-7).

MORSE 70
WATERVILLE 50

The visiting Shipbuilders exploded out to a 35-19 halftime lead en route to a win over Waterville.

Both teams are 5-12.

Keegan McDonough had a big game for Morse with 28 points and 11 rebounds. Brendan Harper added 16 points, while Ayden Brillard pitched in nine points and 10 rebounds.

Justin Kornsy had 17 points to pace the Purple Panthers, with Devin Lebrun pitching in 12.

MT. ARARAT 40
MED. VALLEY 76

The Panthers received 21 points from Nick Depatsy on the way to a KVAC win over Mt. Ararat at Waldoboro.

Medomak Valley (15-3) led 18-10, 31-17 and 53-32 at the quarter breaks. Robert Cole pitched in 15 points, while Kyle Donlin had 11.

Shyheim Ulrickson led Mt. Ararat (11-6) with 19 points, followed by Eric Segars with 13.

The Eagles close out the regular season on Thursday at home against Edward Little. Tip-off is slated for 7 p.m.