CUMBERLAND — Ella Kellogg scored 15 points, Molly Corbett added 13 and Cassidy Dumont 10 and Oxford Hills remained unbeaten on the season with a 58-35 win over Greely on Monday night.

After a slow start, Oxford Hills closed the first quarter on a 7-0 run for a 12-7 lead. The Vikings then rode a 9-0 run in the second period to a 27-16 halftime advantage as six different players scored.

Greely drew within 10 early in the third period, but consecutive 3-pointers from Corbett opened it up and Oxford Hills led by as much as 20 before taking a 45-28 lead to the fourth.

The Rangers (2-1) got 14 points from Camille Clement.

HALL-DALE 45, BOOTHBAY 44: Hayden Madore scored 19 points to lead the Bulldogs to a win over the Seahawks in Boothbay Harbor.

Iris Ireland scored eight points and KK Wills added six points for Hall-Dale.


Glory Blethen led Boothbay with 21 points and Meg Sledge added eight.

LEWISTON 42, BRUNSWICK 41: The Blue Devils (4-2) trailed by eight going after three quarters before going on a 20-11 run in the fourth to rally past the Dragons (2-3) in Lewiston.

Myah Nicholas led Lewiston with 13 points and Emily Strachan added 11.

Logan Brown scored 18 points for Brunswick.


MT. ARARAT 42, MORSE 37: The Eagles, who trailed by 14 in the first quarter and 13 in the third, rallied to knock off the Shipbuilders on Monday at Bath Middle School.


Mt. Ararat wins the season series with Morse 2-0, but only outscored the Shipbuilders by a total of seven points. On Monday, a 19-2 run at the end of the third quarter and stretching into the fourth allowed the Eagles to take the lead.

Ty Henke paced the Eagles offense with 17 points. Brandon Emerson added eight, Carson Taylor had seven, and Jace Hollenbach chipped in with six.

Gabe Aucoin scored 10 of his game-high 19 in the first quarter for the Shipbuilders. Elliot Dorr added six points.


Michael Hoffer from the Forecaster and Eli Canfield from the Times Record contributed to this report.

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