NEWCASTLE — Dakota Shipley scored 14 points and had seven steals as the Morse girls basketball team snapped a 46-game losing streak with a 52-45 win over Lincoln Academy on Monday night.

“It was a great team win and something this group of seniors have waited a long time for,” said Morse head coach Jeannine Paradis after the win.

Maddy Werner added six points and grabbed 12 rebounds for Morse (1-4), Julia Goddard had 12 points, and Abby Carpenter chipped in with 11 points and four rebounds.

Maddy York had 11 points to lead the Eagles (1-1) while Annie Peaslee had 10.


YARMOUTH 49, BRUNSWICK 34:  Ava Feely scored 14 points and Calin McGonagale added 12 to lead the Clippers to a win over the Dragons in Yarmouth.


Margaret McNeil hit two 3-pointers and finished with eight points for Yarmouth (3-0).

Morgan Foster scored 11 points for Brunswick (2-1) and Lanye Brewer had six.


OAK HILL 61, LISBON 4: Twelve Raiders (1-1) scored in their home win over the Greyhounds (0-2) in Wales.

Gabby Chessie led the charge with 13 points for Oak Hill. Ari Thibeault contributed nine points and Aubrey McElaney scored eight.

Mercedes Blanchette and Madyson Ramsey each scored a basket for Lisbon.






OAK HILL 54, LISBON 45: The Raiders (3-0) took control in the third quarter and remained unbeaten by earning a win over the Greyhounds (0-2) in Lisbon.

After trailing by two points, 29-27, at halftime, Oak Hill outscored Lisbon 12-4 in the third quarter and then added to their lead with a 15-12 advantage in the fourth period.


Gavin Rawstron topped all scorers with 21 points for Oak Hill. Ramon Spearman added 10 and Jackson Arbour finished with nine.

Owen Smith scored a team-high 12 points and Levi Tibbetts scored nine for Lisbon.


MORSE 65, LINCOLN ACADEMY 40: Gabe Aucoin dropped 26 points as the Shipbuilders (2-3) cruised past the Eagles (0-2) in Bath.

Max Brochu added 10 points for Morse, Josh ter Mors had nine, and Sawyer Stead chipped in with five.

Nick Prior led the Eagles with 11 points, and Kyle Hagar added 10.

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