Sophomores Harry Louis and Fisher Tewksbury combined for 36 points, and top-seeded Valley won its first regional title since 2016 with a victory over second-seeded St. Dominic Academy in the Class D South final Saturday afternoon at the Augusta Civic Center.

Valley (17-4), which lost to Forest Hills in the regional final each of the previous two years, will play Bangor Christian in the next state championship game next Saturday in Augusta. It’ll be the 14th appearance in a state final for the Cavaliers.

St. Dom’s (19-2), playing in its first regional final, trailed 21-10 at halftime but closed to within 28-25 after three quarters. Valley, though, regained control by opening the fourth quarter with a 9-1 run, including a 3-pointer by Louis and consecutive baskets by Tewksbury.

Louis finished with 19 points, while Tewksbury had 17. Ryon West grabbed 12 rebounds for the Cavaliers.

Bench player Issac Yombe led St. Dom’s with 11 points.

BANGOR CHRISTIAN 38, SCHENCK 25: Jalen Reed scored 15 points, Jesse Booker added 10, and the second-seeded Patriots (16-3) beat the top-seeded Wolverines (20-1) in the Class D North final at Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, claiming the school’s first regional title since 2003.


Rajon Reed contributed eight points for Bangor Christian.

Owen Wyman scored 10 points for Schenck.

MT. VIEW 72, CALAIS 38: Noah Hurd scored 30 points – all in the first three quarters – and the seventh-seeded Mustangs (16-6) completed a dominant run through the Class C North tournament by routing the No. 1 Blue Devils (17-4) in Bangor.

Mt. View beat the top three seeds – Calais, Fort Kent and Fort Fairfield – by an average of 31.3 points. The Mustangs will play for their first state title since 1987 when they face Monmouth Academy next Saturday in Augusta.

Wyatt Evansen added 12 points and Wyatt Bennett had 10.

Kaeson Dana scored 11 points for Calais.


MONMOUTH ACADEMY 46, MT. ABRAM 43: Luke Harmon made a tiebreaking layup with 36.1 seconds remaining after Mt. Abram (18-3) erased a late double-digit deficit, and the third-seeded Mustangs (18-3) won their first regional title with a victory over the No. 1 Roadrunners in the Class C South final in Augusta.

Levi Laverdiere scored 16 points and Harmon had 14 for Monmouth.

Mt. Abram trailed by 11 late in the third quarter but tied the game on a putback by Payton Mitchell with 48 seconds left. Monmouth quickly regained the lead, however, when Harmon converted a pass from Sammy Calder.

After Harmon added a free throw for a three-point lead, Mt. Abram missed two 3-point attempts in the closing seconds.

Mitchell led Mt. Abram with 17 points. Cam Grey scored 13.



HALL-DALE 49, MADISON 36: Jade Graham scored 15 points, Torie Tibbetts added 12 and Marie Benoit had 10 for top-seeded Hall-Dale (20-1) in a win over No. 3 Madison (17-4) in the Class C South final at the Augusta Civic Center.

Madison was led by Mackenzie Robbins with 10 points.

DEXTER 28, PENOBSCOT VALLEY 23: Mazie Peach scored 12 points to lift the top-seeded Tigers (20-1) over the third-seeded Howlers (18-3) in the Class C North final in Bangor.

It’s the second straight regional title for Dexter, which will face Hall-Dale in the state final next at the Augusta Civic Center.

Rylee Moulton and Mia Neal paced Penobscot Valley with eight points each.

SOUTHERN AROOSTOOK 71, KATAHDIN 27: The top-seeded Warriors (20-1) captured their sixth consecutive Class D North title, rolling past the No. 7 Cougars (14-8) at Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

Ally Shields scored 14 of her 23 points in the first half while helping Southern Aroostook build a 39-10 lead. Cami Shields contributed 18 points and Emmalee Landry had 15.

Ayanna Lester led Katahdin with 12 points.

Southern Aroostook, the two-time defending state champion, will play Valley in the state final next Saturday at the Augusta Civic Center.

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