WISCASSET’S RUSSELL MARR (3) puts up a shot over the hand of Winthrop’s Nate LeBlanc (33) in an MVC boys basketball game at Wiscasset on Saturday. The visiting Ramblers earned an 80-53 MVC win.

WISCASSET’S RUSSELL MARR (3) puts up a shot over the hand of Winthrop’s Nate LeBlanc (33) in an MVC boys basketball game at Wiscasset on Saturday. The visiting Ramblers earned an 80-53 MVC win.


The Mt. Ararat High School girls basketball team broke into the win column with a 55-38 Class A South victory over Biddeford on Friday.

The Eagles improved to 1- 7 and host Morse today at 5 p.m.

Mt. Ararat led 11-10, 29-20 and 48-27 at the quarter breaks.

Kyla Greenleaf had 13 points and six assists, with Nikki Bradstreet picking up 11 points and four steals to lead the win. Bradstreet nailed three from beyond the arc. Theresa Breed pulled in nine rebounds, with Lauren Labbay adding six caroms.

Grace Martin paced Biddeford with 23 points.

At the free-throw line, the Eagles finished 11-of-17, while the Tigers were 10-of- 17.



Visiting Richmond improved to 7-0 with an East- West Conference victory over Forest Hills on Friday.

Sidney Tilton-Underhill led the win with 12 points and seven rebounds, while Mackenzie Abbott picked up 11 points and Cassidy Harriman seven. Meranda Martin had six rebounds and five steals.

Hannah Harmon led all scorers with 22 points for Forest Hills (3-4), with Alexandra Lessard adding 10 points.

Richmond returns to action on Tuesday at Valley (5:30 p.m.).



A pair of 18-point quarters allowed the host Falcons to take control en route to a Class B South win over Maranacook on Friday.

Freeport, 5-2 and scheduled to visit Sacopee Valley on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m., led 18-6 and 36-12 at the first two quarter breaks.

Jessie Driscoll led the balanced Freeport attack with 15 points, followed by Regan Lynch with 12, seven from Taylor Rinaldi and six from Caroline Smith.

Lauren Clough had 12 points for Maranacook.

At the free-throw line, the Falcons went 8-of-21 and the Black Bears 8-of-14.



Sabrina Armstrong drained a 3-pointer in overtime as the Dragons picked up a Class A South win at Kennebunk on Friday.

Charlotte MacMillan paced Brunswick (7-2) with 15 points, eight rebounds, four assists and four blocked shots, while Madeline Suhr had 11 points, 10 rebounds and four blocked shots. Armstrong added nine points, five assists and five blocked shots. Brooke Barter came off the Brunswick bench to score 10 points and grab six rebounds.

Gabrielle Fogg picked up 15 points for Kennebunk (5-4), with Sierra Tartre picking up 13 points and Marran Oakman 12.

In a back-and-forth contest, Brunswick led 14-8 after a quarter, trailed 24-23 at the half and held a 32-30 advantage through three quarters. The Tigers battled back, tying the game at 42 through regulation.

At the free-throw line, the Dragons were 4-of-7, while the Rams finished 17-of-24.

Brunswick hosts Camden Hills on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.



The visiting Greyhounds out-scored the Cobras 15-4 in the second quarter en route to a Mountain Valley Conference win at North Anson on Saturday.

Lisbon improved to 5-3 and visits Wiscasset on Tuesday at 7 p.m., while Carrabec fell to 2- 6.

After an 8-8 stalemate in the opening quarter, Lisbon took control for a 23-12 halftime lead.

Kipri Steele paced the win with 14 points, with Kaylin Le adding 11.

Bailey Dunphy and Mackenzie Baker had eight points apiece for Carrabec.



The host Lumberjacks gained a 16-4 lead through a quarter and pulled away from there for a MAISAD win over Hyde, which fell to 1-3 and hosts Temple Academy today at 5 p.m.

Maddy New had 25 points, seven rebounds, three steals and two assists for Hebron, which led 29-13 at the half and 48-15 after three quarters. Franceska Halloran added 15 points, with Reily New picking up 10 points.

Timesha Walker paced Hyde with eight points.


JACKMAN — Zach Small powered his way to a game-high 32 points as Richmond rolled to an 82-54 E-WC win over Forest Hills on Friday.

The Bobcats are 7-0 and visit Valley on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Richmond jumped out to a 21-5 advantage in the opening quarter and carried a 38-20 lead into the intermission. A 31-point third quarter put the host Tigers away.

Small hit two 3-pointers, while Matt Rines added 14 points, seven assists and seven rebounds. Cody Tribbet chipped in 13 points with Matt Holt picking up 11 points and eight boards. Brendan Emmons dished out a teamhigh five assists.

Brandon Gilboe had 13 points for Forest Hills.



The host Black Bears outscored the Falcons 18-6 in the third quarter to take control for a Class B South win at Readfield on Friday.

Freeport, 2-6 and scheduled to host Sacopee Valley on Tuesday at 7 p.m., trailed 15-7, 23-13 and 41-19 at the quarter breaks.

Silas Mohlar led balanced Maranacook with 12 points and six boards, while Bryan Riley and Kyle Wilbur each had 11 points.

Toby Holt and Josh Burke split 14 points down the middle to pace Freeport.



The Tigers grabbed an early eight-point lead and pulled away in Class A South play at Biddeford on Friday.

Biddeford led 12-4 after a quarter, 29-16 at the half and 47-25 through 24 minutes.

Patrick Pearl paced the win with 12 points, with teammates Austin Dutremble and Kyle Norton picking up nine points apiece.

Steven Gerencer and Ryan Mello led Mt. Ararat (2-6) with six and five points, respectively.

The Eagles host Morse tonight at 7 p.m.

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