BATH — Tom Warren scored 19 points as the Morse High School boys basketball team picked up a 64-63 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Lincoln Academy on Saturday.

The Shipbuilders (3-7) trailed 30-28 at the half, but rallied for a 50-47 lead after three.

Brogan Shaw added 15 points in the win, while Josh ter Mors and Jansen Morrison each finished with nine points.

Joel Hatch had a game-high 20 points for the Eagles, with Joe Giberson adding 17, Sullivan Fink nine and Bryce York eight.

At the line, Morse was 6-of-12 and Lincoln Academy 8-of-13.

The Shipbuilders visit York on Tuesday at 7 p.m.


Monmouth 73
Wiscasset 44

The visiting Mustangs received 20 points from Connor Davies en route to a Mountain Valley Conference over Wiscasset on Friday.

Dylan Lajoie and Brock Bates added 15 points apiece for Monmouth.

Wiscasset (1-8) was led by Matt Chapman’s 11 points and seven rebounds. Chris Loyola chipped in 10 points.

The Wolverines host Mt. Abram tonight at 6:30 p.m.

Girls basketball


BETHEL — Hannah Moholland led four players in double figures as Richmond captured a 53-26 MVC win over Telstar on Saturday.

Moholland had 15 points and eight steals, with Bryanne Lancaster (12 points, eight rebounds, six assists), Macy Carver (11 points, eight boards, two blocked shots) and Caitlin Kendrick (10 points, six assists, four steals) contributing.

Richmond, which improved to 3-7 and hosts Wiscasset on Wednesday at 7 p.m., held quarter leads of 14-5, 21-13 and 43-20.

Luci Rothwell had eight points for Telstar (2-8).

Wiscasset 23
Dirigo 40

The host Cougars prevailed in MVC action at Dixfield on Saturday.


Dirigo held quarter leads of 11-5, 19-12 and 32-18.

Sydnie Thayer paced the Wolverines (0-10) with 14 points and seven rebounds, while Madison Carrier picked up five rebounds.

Wiscasset hosts Mt. Abram today at 5 p.m.

Lisbon 32
Madison 43

Emily Edgerly scored 11 points and Abi Spaulding had 10 as the host Bulldogs downed the Greyhounds in MVC play on Saturday.

Valerie Doucette paced Lisbon (1-8) with 11 points, while Kiley Merritt chipped in eight.


The Greyhounds visit Carrabec tonight at 7 p.m.

Boys hockey

LEWISTON — Lewiston received scoring from nine different players as the Blue Devils jumped to a 4-0 lead and held off a third-period comeback by Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse/Hyde to win 5-2 Saturday afternoon at Androscoggin Bank Colisee.

John Mathon, Mason Beaudoin, Brock Geoffrey, Ryan Pomerleau and Tyler Marcoux all scored for Lewiston (9-0), with Marcoux’s goal coming on an empty-netter after the Eagles (4-5-1) got goals from Noah Austin and Ian Struck in the final frame to pull within two.

Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse/Hyde netminder Sean Moore was solid for the visitors, making 54 saves in the losing effort.

Michael Belleau, Ridge Field, Jack Madden and Kurtis Pelletier all picked up an assist for the Blue Devils, while Austin and Alex Witwicki added assists on the Eagle tallies.


The Eagles take on rival Brunswick on Wednesday at 8 p.m.

Brunswick 4
Greely 11

The Dragons jumped out to a 2-0 lead on goals by Jacob Doring and Michael Marro, but the host Rangers rallied for a Class B South win Saturday at Falmouth Family Ice Center.

Isaac Burtis and Jack St. Pierre assisted on Brunswick’s (5-5) first two goals.

Greely tied the game late in the opening period, but Doring scored two more goals for the Dragons for the hat trick. Michael Eno and Burtis each picked up assist.

Brunswick’s shallow bench eventually caught up to the Dragons, who host Maranacook/Winthrop/Hall-Dale tonight at 6 p.m.


Brunswick 5
Gardiner 6

On Thursday at the Camden Bank Ice Vault in Hallowell, the host Tigers came away with a Class B South win over the Dragons.

Brunswick jumped out to a 2-0 lead, but Gardiner battled back.

Doring had a goal and three assists for the Dragons, with goals coming from Eno, Sam Masse, St. Pierre and Burtis. Scout Masse and Burtis added assists.

Girls hockey

BRUNSWICK — Gemma Landry scored four goals to power Lewiston to an 8-0 victory over Brunswick at Sidney J. Watson Arena on Saturday.


Nadia Leiner made 28 saves in the Brunswick (1-11-1) net.

Lewiston (11-0) scored five times in the second period to take control.

The Dragons hosts Greely-Gray-New Gloucester today at 4:15 p.m.

Red Hornets 10
Eagles 2

Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland received a hat trick from Taylor Cailler en route to a win over Mt. Ararat/Morse inside Watson Arena on Saturday.

The Red Hornets (11-1-1) claimed a 5-1 lead after a period.

Paige Witwicki and Ema Hawkes scored for the Eagles, who fell to 1-10-1 and visit rival Brunswick on Wednesday at 6:15 p.m.

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