Top-seeded Mt. Ararat scored 14 straight points in the third quarter to stymie a comeback bid and put away No. 8 Westbrook, 50-36, in a Class A South girls’ basketball quarterfinal Monday at the Portland Expo.

It was the 100th career victory for Coach Julie Petrie, whose team will take on fourth-seeded Fryeburg Academy in the semifinals at 2:45 p.m. Wednesday at the Expo.

Mt. Ararat (17-2) seemingly was on its way to a comfortable win after emerging from a helter-skelter first half with a 30-16 lead over the stubborn, board-crashing Blue Blazes.

But Westbrook (8-12), which lost by 23 and 13 points to the Eagles in January, pulled to within 31-25 in the first two minutes of the third quarter.

Mt. Ararat then called a timeout and responded with 14 straight points to open a 20-point lead.

Kayleigh Wagg led Mt. Ararat with 17 points. Kylee Young paced the Blue Blazes with 10.


WAYNFLETE 58, ISLESBORO 16: The second-seeded Flyers (14-5) opened the game on a 19-2 run and rolled to a victory over seventh-seeded Islesboro (8-11) in a Class D South quarterfinal in Augusta.

The Flyers will meet No. 3 Forest Hills in Thursday’s semifinals.

Lucy Hart and Lauren McNutt-Girouard combined for 40 first-half points as Waynflete opened up a 41-5 advantage. McNutt-Girouard finished with 29 points, while Hart posted a double-double of 19 points and 13 steals.

The Eagles got six points from Alma Bewsher and five from Anna Zlotkowski.

FOREST HILLS 50, PINE TREE ACADEMY 28: Allie Dunning scored 10 of her 15 points in the third quarter, and the third-seeded Tigers (14-5) pulled away in the second half against the No. 6 Breakers (8-10) in a Class D South quarterfinal in Augusta.

Dunning sparked a 12-4 run in the third quarter with a pair of 3-pointers after Forest Hills led just 20-16 at halftime.


Janessa Moffit added 12 points for Forest Hills.

Chantal Mbonimpa, a freshman, paced Pine Tree with 14 points.

GREENVILLE 51, ST. DOMINIC 46: Nola Mason dropped in 26 points as the fifth-seeded Lakers (8-8) rallied from an early deficit to beat the fourth-seeded Saints (10-9) in a Class D South quarterfinal at the Augusta Civic Center.

Mason scored 11 points in each of the middle two quarters, sparking a comeback by the Lakers after they fell behind 18-6 in the first quarter.

Lakley St. John added 10 points from Greenville, which advances to play No. 1 Valley on Thursday.

Charli Apodaca got 11 of her 20 points in the first quarter to fuel the hot start for St. Dom’s. Piper Croteau contributed four 3-pointers and 17 points.


VALLEY 55, TELSTAR 33: The top-seeded Cavaliers (19-0) ended the game with a 25-5 run as they survived an upset bid by the No. 8 Rebels (7-12) in a Class D South quarterfinal in Augusta.

Telstar trailed just 30-28 late in the third quarter after a 3-pointer by Karen Marshall before Valley finally broke the game open. Madeline Hill paced the Cavaliers with 26 points, including seven in a row starting late in the third.

Morgan Zetts scored 17 points and Marshall finished with 11 for Telstar.

JONESPORT-BEALS 48, SCHENCK 43: Mia Mills scored 15 points, pacing the fourth-seeded Royals (12-7) to a Class D North quarterfinal win over the fifth-seeded Wolverines (10-9) at Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

Rachel Crowley added 10 points for Jonesport-Beals, which will play No. 1 Southern Aroostook on Thursday.

Mallory Brown led Schenck with 10 points.


SOUTHERN AROOSTOOK 81, DEER ISLE-STONINGTON 39: Cami Shields poured in 36 points, including 17 in the second quarter, to power the top-seeded Warriors (18-1) past the eighth-seeded Mariners (6-14) in a Class D North quarterfinal at Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

Ally Shields added 14 points, and Libby Anderson and Emmalee Landry chipped in with 10 apiece.

Rylee Dorr and Madelyn Eaton led Deer Isle-Stonington with nine points each.

PENOBSCOT VALLEY 63, HODGDON 30: Brooklyn Raymond got all of her 24 points from behind the 3-point line, pacing the third-seeded Howlers (17-2) over the sixth-seeded Hawks (14-6) in a Class C North quarterfinal in Bangor.

Rylee Moulton made three 3-pointers and finished with 17 points for Penobscot Valley, while Ellie Austin and Lila Cummings added 10 points apiece.

Aleyah Matheson led Hodgdon with 14 points.



CARRABEC 49, WAYNFLETE 46: Cooper Dellarma led a balanced offense with 13 points, and the fifth-seeded Cobras (13-6) edged the No. 4 Flyers (14-5) in a Class C South quarterfinal at the Augusta Civic Center.

Desmond Robinson added 12 points for Carrabec, which took the lead for good on a putback by Dellarma that made it 42-40 with less than three minutes remaining.

The Cobras trailed 21-16 at halftime but opened the third quarter with a 15-5 run.

Nico Kirby (13 points), Jed Alsup (11) and Ishan Reese (10) reached double figures for Waynflete.

MT. ABRAM 69, DIRIGO 47: The top-seeded Roadrunners (17-2) fought off a challenge from the two-time defending Class C champions, pulling away in the fourth quarter for a South quarterfinal win over the No. 8 Cougars (11-9) in Augusta.


Bryce Wilcox scored 24 points, Cam Grey had 20 and Payton Mitchell added 13 for Mt. Abram, which led 47-41 entering the fourth quarter. The Roadrunners advance to play No. 5 Carrabec on Thursday.

Brady Philbrick sank four 3-pointers and finished with 17 points for Dirigo. Nathaniel Wainwright also reached double figures with 13 points.

MONMOUTH ACADEMY 51, WINTHROP 39: Sammy Calder scored 15 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter as the third-seeded Mustangs (16-3) fought off the No. 6 Ramblers (11-8) in a Class C South quarterfinal in Augusta.

Lucas Harmon added six points and 13 rebounds for Monmouth, which led 30-29 entering the final quarter. The Mustangs advanced to semifinals Thursday against seventh-seeded Hall-Dale.

Winthrop erased most of a 24-12 halftime deficit before Monmouth regained control. The Ramblers got 14 points from Carter Rivers and 10 from Braden Brannagan.

HALL-DALE 60, RICHMOND 38: The seventh-seeded Bulldogs (13-8) took the lead for good with an 11-0 run late in the first half and pulled away from there in a Class C South quarterfinal against the No. 2 Bobcats (16-3) in Augusta.


Hall-Dale got 12 points each from Zach Brown and Ben Nathan, 11 from Keegan Cary and 10 from Eben Austin.

Richmond’s Hunter Mason scored all of his 11 points in the first half.

SCHENCK 74, WISDOM 21: Mason McDonough led the top-seeded Wolverines (19-0) with 23 points and Sam Jacobs contributed 11 in a Class D North quarterfinal win over the ninth-seeded Pioneers (7-13) at Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

Schenck led 22-3 after one quarter, 36-6 after one quarter and 57-12 after three quarters. The Wolverines will face fourth-seeded Katahdin on Wednesday.

Camden Pelletier scored 13 points for Wisdom.

KATAHDIN 55, EASTON 51: Connor Edwards sank three 3-pointers on the way to 15 points, Calvin Richardson added three 3-pointers and 14 points, and Sam Boone chipped in 10 points as the fourth-seeded Cougars (17-2) topped the fifth-seeded Bears (14-5) in a Class D North quarterfinal.


Chase Flewelling scored 24 points to lead Easton. Owen Sweeney had 15.

FORT FAIRFIELD 57, DEXTER 46: Third-seeded Fort Fairfield (13-6) rallied from a four-point halftime deficit against 11th-seeded Dexter in a Class C North quarterfinal at Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

Micah Daigle scored 14 of his 21 points in the second half. Brett Senal finished with 17, while Caydn Ala added 10.

Fort Fairfield was 19 of 25 from the free-throw line, and 8 of 10 in the fourth quarter.

Bryce Cooper tallied 15 points for Dexter. Keller Peavey tossed in 10.

MT. VIEW 78, FORT KENT 44: Noah Hurd scored 25 points as the seventh-seeded Mustangs (14-6) beat the second-seeded Warriors (12-7) in a Class C North quarterfinal in Bangor.


Wyatt Evansen chipped in with 17 points as Mt. View advanced to the semifinals Thursday against Fort Fairfield.

Ethan Daigle led Fort Kent with 17 points. Caleb Lavertu tossed in 10.

FORT KENT 42, BUCKSPORT 32: Lily Oliver fueled a 19-9 third-quarter surge with 12 of her 22 points, leading the second-seeded Warriors (15-4) over the 10th-seeded Golden Bucks (12-8) in a Class C North quarterfinal in Bangor.

Fort Kent, which trailed 18-17 at halftime, next faces No. 3 Penobscot Valley on Thursday.

Jetta Shook paced Bucksport with 14 points.



MT. ARARAT 4, KENNEBUNK 3: Caleb MacDonald scored two second-period goals to help Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse/Hyde (1-15-1) defeat Kennebunk/Wells (4-12) at the Harold Alfond Forum in Biddeford.

Kevin Hawkes and Jacob Fullerton scored in the first period for the Mt. Ararat co-op.

Cooper Samson scored twice for Kennebunk/Wells, and Weston Church had a goal and two assists.

This roundup will be updated.




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