WISCASSET’S GRACE WEBBER (20) dribbles between Lisbon’s Bree Daigle (13) and Kaylin Le (12) during second-half action at Lisbon on Wednesday. The Greyhounds downed the Wolverines, 44-31. Turns to B1 for the game story and more photos.

WISCASSET’S GRACE WEBBER (20) dribbles between Lisbon’s Bree Daigle (13) and Kaylin Le (12) during second-half action at Lisbon on Wednesday. The Greyhounds downed the Wolverines, 44-31. Turns to B1 for the game story and more photos.



Nate Benoit scored 11 of his game-high 19 points in the third quarter as the Brunswick High School boys basketball team pulled away for a 74-51 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory over Cony on Wednesday.

The Dragons improved to 7-7 and visit Biddeford on Friday at 7 p.m., while the visiting Rams dropped to 5-8.

Brunswick jumped out to a 20-13 first-quarter lead, held a 41-27 advantage at the half and a 61-43 edge through three quarters.

Jesse Devereaux drained three treys and scored 13 points in the win, while Jackson Gordon added 12 points, Josh Dorr 10 and Corban Teel nine.

Jordan Roddy paced Cony with 13 points.

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North Yarmouth Academy handed the visiting Bobcats their first loss in a non-conference contest at Yarmouth.

Richmond dropped to 13-1 and visits Rangeley on Friday at 6:30 p.m.

The Panthers (8-5) jumped out to a 14-6 lead after a quarter and went ahead 30- 20 by halftime.

Te’Andre King had 17 points, while Jake Malcom and Haven Cutko chipped in 15 points apiece in the win.

Richmond received 23 points from Matt Rines and 12 from Brendan Emmons.


The visiting Greyhounds recovered from a tough fourth quarter to pull out a Mountain Valley Conference win over Wiscasset.

Wolverine Ethan James surpassed 1,000 career points early in the contest. He finished with a game-high 30 points.

But, Jonah Sautter nearly matched him for Lisbon, nailing four 3-pointers and scoring 26 points. Henry Doyle added 12 and Tyrese Joseph seven.

Wiscasset (9-6) led 17-9 after a quarter, but Lisbon recovered in the second to draw to within a point, 28-27 at the break. The Greyhounds pulled ahead, 40-37, after three quarters.

Cody Roberts chipped in seven points for the Wolverines, who host Mt. Abram on Friday at 7 p.m.

Lisbon returns to action Friday night at home against Telstar (7 p.m.).


The host Mariners scored 32 points in the opening quarter en route to a KVAC win at Rockland.

Morse (3-10) trailed 32-7 after a quarter, 58-21 at the half and 77-41 through three quarters.

Oceanside (11-2) received 23 points from Sam Atwood, including seven from beyond the arc. Nate Raye chipped in 15 points, while Cooper Wirkala added 10.

Dakota Freeman pitched in five 3-pointers and led the Shipbuilders with 22 points. Thomas Warren had 12 points, while Parker Onorato finished with nine points.

Morse is slated to visit Lewiston on Friday at 7 p.m.


The Capers held the Falcons to one point in the third quarter en route to a Western

Maine Conference victory.

Cape Elizabeth (10-3) led 13-5, 24-14 and 32-15 at the quarter breaks.

Quinn Hewitt led all scorers with 13 points in the win, with Nathaniel Spicer adding nine.

For Freeport (4-9), Toby Holt and Eriksen Shea split 14 points down the middle.

The Falcons visit St. Dom’s on Friday at 7 p.m.


AUGUSTA — Madeline Suhr scored 12 of her 15 points during a game-opening 22-0 run, as Brunswick raced away with a 69-31 KVAC victory over winless Cony.

The Dragons, who improved to 11-3 and host Biddeford on Friday at 6:30 p.m., led 27-2 after the big first quarter.

Sabrina Armstrong picked up 16 points for Brunswick, with Brooke Barter adding nine.

Sydney Avery paced Cony (0-13) with a game-high 17 points.

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Sydney Underhill-Tilton picked up a double-double to pace the undefeated Bobcats (14-0) to a Class C South win over North Yarmouth Academy (5-9) in Yarmouth.

Underhill-Tilton finished with 24 points and 16 rebounds in the win, while Mackenzie Abbott added 18 points and Caitlin Kendrick eight.

Maggie Larson paced NYA with nine points.

Richmond hits the road again on Friday, taking on Rangeley at 5 p.m.


The Falcons overcame a shaky first half for a WMC victory at Cape Elizabeth.

The winless Capers (0-13) led 10-5 and 21-12 at the first two quarter breaks.

But Freeport (10-3) scored 20 points in the third quarter for a 32-30 advantage, and pulled away in the fourth.

Jessie Driscoll led the Falcons with 16 points, with Taylor Rinaldi and Caroline Smith chipping in nine points apiece.

Saylor Wood led the Capers with 11 points, followed by Kelly O’Sullivan with 10.

Freeport host St. Dom’s on Friday at 6 p.m.


The Mariners out-scored the Shipbuilders, 16-8, in the second quarter to take control en route to a KVAC win at Bath Middle School.

Morse fell to 4-9 and hosts Lewiston on Friday at 7 p.m.

Gabby Simmons nailed five 3-pointers to finish with a game-high 20 points for Oceanside. Rachel Joyce pitched in nine points.

Sierra Wallace paced Morse with 10 points, followed by Noa Sreden with nine.

At the free-throw line, Oceanside went 6-of-14 and Morse 5-of-19.

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