GREENVILLE — Evan Worster scored 19 points and became the all-time leading scorer in Forest Hills High School boys basketbal history, leading the Tigers to a 57-54 overtime win against East/West Conference rival Greenville.
Worster now has 1,342 points, breaking the old mark of 1,331 points set by Anoine Morin in 1992.
With Worster on the team, Forest Hills’ record is 73-19.
Derick Ouellette had 16 points, six coming in overtime. Ouellette also had 15 boards.
Forest Hills is 10-1, Greenville is 6-3.
MCI 57, Maranacook 50: Kael McCarthy scored 23 points to lead the Huskies to the Kennebec Valley Athletci Conference B win in Pittsfield. Mitchell Hallee added 16 points for MCI (3-6).
Taylor Wilbur scored a game-high 26 points for Maranacook (3-6) while Caleb Jackson chipped in with nine.
Nokomis 63, Gardiner 56: Spencer Hartsgrove scored a game-high 28 points and Andrew Cartwright added 13 to lead the Warriors in Newport. Devan Haas sored seven points for Nokomis (5-4).
Tyler Jamison scored a team-high 15 points and Seth McFarland added 14 to lead the Tigers (3-5).
Brewer 65, Erskine 42: Logan Rogerson and Jeff Weeks each scored 13 points to lead the Witches to the KVAC A win in South China.
Brendan Newcomb chipped in with 12 points and Ian Burgess added 11 for Brewer (4-5) as well.
Caleb McGuire scored 10 points and Devin Duncan added seven to lead the Eagles (1-8).
Waterville 70, Mt. View 55: Jordan DeRosby scored 24 points and Chris Hale added 14 to pace the Purple Panthers. Josh Gormley finished with 11 points and six steals for Waterville (4-5).
Steven Davis had a double-double (15 points and 11 rebounds) to lead Mt. View (1-8).
Lewiston 64, Messalonskee 58: Josh Thomas scored 20 points, including six 3-pointers, as the host Blue Devils rallied to the KVAC A win.
Steven Patrie added 16 points for Lewiston (5-4).
Jordan Holmes led Messalonskee (4-5) with 14 points while Aaron Gagne added 11.
Valley 66, Islesboro 32: Carrington Miller scored 18 points and Josh West added 17 to lead the Cavaliers.
Collin Miller chipped in with seven points for Valley (7-2).
Forrest Boucher scored 13 to lead Islesboro (1-8).
Oxford Hills 62, Skowhegan 48: Jake Plummer had 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Vikings to the KVAC A win in South Paris.
Andrew Fleming added 12 points for Oxford Hills (4-5), while Dalton Rice scored 10.
Taylor Bacon led Skowhegan (1-8) with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Isaac Witham scored 20 points for the Indians.
Rangeley 55, Greater Portland Christian 34: Orin Mitchell scored 18 points and AL Elmes added 16 to lead the Lakers in Saco. Michael Haley scored 15 points for Rangeley, which led 27-17 at the half and never looked back. David Duval scored 16 points and James Perkins added 10 to lead GPC.
Skowhegan 44, Oxford Hills 42: Morgan Buker scored 11 points, including a clutch basket with under 10 seconds left, and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the Skowhegan girls basketball team past Oxford Hills 44-42 in a KVAC A game Tuesday night.
Cheyenne Malloy scored a team-high 14 points and AJ Martineau added nine for the Indians (5-4), who led 42-40 late before Buker sealed the victory with a basket.
Skowhegan pushed its winning streak to three games.
Mikayla Morin scored 10 points to pace Oxford Hills (6-3).
Edward Little 55, Mt. Blue 30: Kory Norcross scored 10 points and Emily Jacques added nine to lead the Red Eddies to the KVAC A win in Farmington.
Eraleena Harston and Ashley Arnold each scored eight points for EL (6-2), which out-scored Mt. Blue (5-3) 39-19 in the second and third quarters combined.
Miranda Nicely scored 10 points to pace the Cougars.
Brewer 63, Erskine 51: Lindsey Houp scored 15 points and Maddy Bailey added 14 to lead the host Witches (5-4) to the KVAC A win.
Erskine (0-9) was led by Bridget Humphrey with 18 points and Alyssa Gatley with 17 points. Mallory Chamberlain added 10 to also score in double figures.
Nokomis 46, Gardiner 40: Anna Mackenzie scored 11 points while Kylie Richards and Traci Carson each scored 10 to lift the visiting Warriors to the KVAC B win.
Nokomis improves to 9-0.
Gardiner (5-3) was led by Ally Day with 13 points and 14 rebounds. Kylee Granholm and Taylor Banister each scored eight.
Messalonskee 56, Lewiston 45: After falling behind by eight points at halftime, the Blue Devils rallied to get within three after three quarters before falling in the fourth quarter.
Kassi Michaud scored a game-high 23 points for Messalonskee (5-4). Kelsey Mayo had 12 points and 12 rebounds while Mikayla Turner chipped in with three points, eight rebounds and five steals.
Lewiston (3-6) was led by Brie Wilson with 17 points.
Valley 35, Islesboro 23: Teagan Laweryson scored 13 points and Sydney Vincent added 10 to pace the Cvaliers in Bingham.
Kim Bergeron scored six points for Valley (4-5), which led just 14-12 at the half.
Crystal Bandlett scored eight points to pace Islesboro (3-6).
Waterville 24, Mt. View 22: Colleen O’Donnell scored 18 points and had 14 rebounds to lead the Purple Panthers to the win in Thorndike.
Mt. View (2-7) led 11-6 at halftime. O’Donnell hit the eventual winning basket with under a minute to play. Waterville is 2-7.
Maranacook 55, MCI 28: Christine Miller scored a game-high 23 points to lead the Black Bears to the KVAC B win in Readfield.
Catherine Sanborn added 10 points for Maranacook (4-5) while Liz D’Angelo chipped in nine.
MCI (0-9) was led by Katie Hughes and Ashley Alton with seven apiece.
Rangeley 66, Greater Portland Christian 18: Seve Deery-Deraps scored a game-high 15 points and Blayke Morin added 14 to lead the Lakers in Saco. Abby Abbott had 11 points while Taylor Esty chipped in with 10.
Jenney Abbott had four points, seven rebounds and five steals for Rangeley (6-0) as well.
Clarissa Jones scored 10 points for GPC (5-1).
Medomak 40, Winslow 30: Delaney Wood scored eight points for the Black Raiders in their loss to the Panthers. Winslow is now 3-6.