MT. ARARAT’S Caitlyn Smith (24) drives around Medomak Valley’s Sadie Cohen (22) during a girls KVAC basketball game in Topsham on Tuesday. The host Eagles fell to the Panthers, 51-40.

MT. ARARAT’S Caitlyn Smith (24) drives around Medomak Valley’s Sadie Cohen (22) during a girls KVAC basketball game in Topsham on Tuesday. The host Eagles fell to the Panthers, 51-40.


Kyle Ames led three players in double figures as Boothbay held on for a 59-55 Mountain Valley Conference win over Wiscasset on Tuesday.

The Wolverines fell to 5-3 and host Dirigo on Thursday at 7 p.m., while the Seahawks improved to 5-2.

Boothbay jumped out to a 23-16 first-quarter lead and led 36-23 at the half. Wiscasset began to chip away at the lead, out-scoring the Seahawks 19-14 in the third quarter and 13-9 in the fourth.

Ethan James paced Wiscasset with 20 points and 20 rebounds. He also blocked two shots and dished out four assists. Nate Woodman chipped in 12 points, Zach Reed eight and Logan Orr nine points, four assists and four rebounds. Russell Marr had a team-high six assists.

Ames led Boothbay with 18 points, with Elijah Gudroe adding 15 and Jacob Leonard 11.

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The host Shipbuilders pushed the undefeated Red Eddies, but came up short in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference action at Bath Middle School.

EL (7-0) led 22-13, 34-24 and 55-33 at the quarter breaks. The Shipbuilders (1-7) scored 25 points in the fourth quarter.

Parker Onorato led Morse with 19 points, with Thomas Warren adding 12. Damon Osmond chipped in six points and pulled down a team-high 12 boards.

Wol Maiwen paced EL with 23 points, followed by Jarod Norcross-Plourde with 12.

Morse returns to action Thursday at home against Westbrook (7 p.m.).


The visiting Blue Devils came from behind for their first KVAC victory at Brunswick.

Luke Madore led Lewiston (1-6) with 14 points, followed by Garrett Poushard with 12.

Brunswick, which dropped to 3-5 and hosts Kennebunk on Friday at 6:30 p.m., led 18-15, 24-23 and 34-31 at the quarter breaks.

Nate Benoit scored a game-high 16 points in the loss, while Corban Teel added 10 points.


The visiting Patriots outscored the Falcons 35-20 in the second half for a Western Maine Conference win.

Freeport fell to 2-4 and visits Maranacook on Friday at 6:30 p.m. Gray-New Gloucester improved to 5-2.

Ethan Sclar led the hosts with 11 points, followed by Toby Holt with nine.

John Martin paced the Patriots with 19 points, followed by John Henry Villanueva with 11 points and Ryan Lachance with 10.


The undefeated Panthers (8-0) out-scored the Eagles 13-2 in the second quarter to take control in a KVAC tilt in Waldoboro.

Kyle Donlin popped for 24 points for Medomak Valley, while Cameron Allaire chipped in 11.

Mt. Ararat, which fell to 2- 5 and visits Biddeford on Friday at 7 p.m., was led by Jared Balser’s 11 points and Cole Guerin’s 10 points.


AUBURN — Edward Little slowed the Morse offense down as the Red Eddies walked off with a 53-18 KVAC win over the Shipbuilders.

Morse, which fell to 3-5 and visits Westbrook on Thursday at 7 p.m., trailed 9- 6, 24-10 and 38-15 at the quarter breaks.

Both Jade Perry and Jordyn Reynolds had 14 points for EL (5-2), with Sierra Wallace leading Morse with five points.


After a close first quarter, the visiting Seahawks pulled away for an MVC win.

Wiscasset fell to 1-7 and visits Dirigo on Thursday at 7 p.m.

The Wolverines trailed 14- 9 after a competitive first quarter, but trailed 27-15 and 36-17 at the next two quarter breaks.

Hayhlee Craig led Wiscasset with eight points and five rebounds.

Page Brown scored 25 points to lead Boothbay, with Kate Friant adding 10 and Faith Blethen eight.

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