RICHMOND — Hunter Mason scored a game-high 26 points as Richmond handed Forest Hills its first loss of the season in a 61-51 boys basketball victory Thursday.

Wyatt Cassidy added 18 points and five rebounds for Richmond (4-0) while Connor Vashon hauled in 12 rebounds to go along with three points and two blocks.

Forest Hills (5-1) was led by Braeden Welch with 19 points and Cooper Daigle with 15.


FALMOUTH 63, BRUNSWICK 55: Chris Simonds dropped in 19 points as the Navigators (3-1) used a third-quarter run to knock off the Dragons (0-4) in Brunswick.

Judd Armstrong added 18 points for Falmouth (3-1) and Lucas Dilworth had 14.


Trevor Garrish scored a game-high 25 points and grabbed eight rebounds for Brunswick (0-4). Thomas Harvey put up 15 and Noah Johnson had 11.


MT. ABRAM 72, LISBON 47: The Roadrunners (3-1) bounced back from a slow first quarter and pulled away in the fourth to earn an MVC win over the Greyhounds (2-2) in Salem.

Lisbon led 15-3 after on quarter, and was still up 31-20 at halftime. Mt. Abram overtook the Greyhounds with a 27-11 third quarter, after which it led 47-42, and then built up a large lead with a 25-5 fourth.

Kaden Pillsbury paced the Roadrunners with 23 points, including 14 in the third quarter. Payton Mitchell contributed 17 and Cam Grey finished with 15. Grey hit three 3-pointers and Pillsbury sank two treys.



BUCKFIELD 51, WISCASSET 29: Ayden Jefferson scored 22 points, leading the Bucks (1-4) to to their first victory of the season over the Wolverines (0-4) in Wiscasset.

Jaiden Jack chipped in 10 points, Gavin Charest had eight and Ty White scored six for Buckfield.

Jevar Garricks and Dylan Akers each scored nine points for Wiscasset.





RICHMOND 39, FOREST HILLS 31: Kara Briand scored 18 points and hauled down eight rebounds to lead the Bobcats to the win in Richmond.

Lila Viselli added seven points for Richmond (4-0) while Darby Flanagan had 10 rebounds and four blocks. Briand also had three blocks.

Forest Hills (4-2) was led by Grace Allen with 15 points and Kylie Yu with six.





YARMOUTH/FREEPORT 6, GORHAM/BONNY EAGLE/MASSABESIC/FRYEBURG/LAKE REGION/WESTBROOK 1: Rosie Panenka had second and third period goals to lead the way for the Clippers (6-0) as they rolled out to a 6-0 lead and cruised past the Rams (3-3) at USM.

Sophie White, Kate Tracy, Celia Zinman, and Sophie Smith all scored for Yarmouth/Freeport.

Marissa Payne had a third period goal for Gorham/Bonny Eagle/Massabesic/Fryeburg Academy/Lake Region/Westbrook.

Ellie Keil stopped 21 shots for the Rams, while Ava Gervais had nine saves for the Clippers.

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