AUBURN — Nia Irving hit a baseline jump shot with 10 seconds left in regulation to help the Lawrence girls basketball team edge Edward Little 47-45 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Thursday night.

“This is a good test for us,” Lawrence coach John Donato said. “We played in a tournament atmosphere and on their court. We played very emotional basketball. This beats any blowout any time.”

The Bulldogs (15-0) have had their share of blowouts this season, but found themselves in a tight battle with EL (13-3), which is amongst the frontrunners in AA North.

Lawrence led 41-33 going into the fourth quarter but the Eddies closed the gap late before Irving delivered the game-winner.

Irving finished with 27 points and 27 rebounds while Dominique Lewis had nine points and five assists.

Emily Jacques scored 15 points and Becca Norcross added 11 for EL.

RANGELEY 44, PINE TREE 23: Blayke Morin had 12 points, 10 rebounds and five steals to lift the Lakers to the Class D win in Farmington.

Sydney Royce added 12 points and seven rebounds for Rangeley (15-1) while Amelia McMillan chipped in 10.

Pine Tree (9-8) was led by Alexandra Goodman with six points.

WATERVILLE 38, MOUNT VIEW 28: Jordan Jabar scored 18 points and Fotini Shanos added 10 to lead the Purple Panthers in Waterville.

Jabar also finished with 15 rebounds as Waterville improved to 8-8.

Andrea Crosby scored 10 points to lead the Mustangs (5-11).

ERSKINE 46, BELFAST 20: Amber Grady scored nine points to lead the Eagles to the KVAC win in South China.

Ally Bonsant added eight points for Erskine (5-10). Mariah Sturgis led Belfast (2-14) with nine points.

MT. BLUE 36, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 24: Caitlin Kane scored 16 points to lead the Cougars to the KVAC win.

Down 13-10 after one quarter, Mt. Blue (8-7) held Spruce Mountain (5-10) to just 11 points over the final three quarters. Eryn Doiron and Emilee Eustis each scored seven points for the Cougars.

Alex Bessey led the Phoenix with 13 points.

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PINE TREE 56, RANGELEY 50: Alex Milano scored a 16 points to pace the Breakers to the Class D win.

JP Tashamala added 13 points for Pine Tree (11-6).

Kyle LaRochelle scored a game-high 20 points for Rangeley (5-11) and Ricky Thompson added 18.

HAMPDEN 64, SKOWHEGAN 35: Nick Gilpin scored a game-high 19 points to lift the Broncos to the KVAC A win in Skowhegan.

Jake Black and Ian McIntyre each scored 12 points for Hampden (16-0).

Garrett McSweeney led Skowhegan (6-9) with 15 points while Issac Witham and Cam Barnes scored seven apiece.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 58, MT. BLUE 49: Collin Parker scored 14 points to lead the Phoenix to the win in Jay.

Mt. Blue (3-12) was led by Evan Backus with 14 points, Zack Mittelstadt with 12 and Cooper Hollingsworth with 10.

Spruce Mountain improved to 8-7.

MADISON 64, MONMOUTH 37: Chase Malloy scored a game-high 20 points to lift the host Bulldogs to the Mountain Valley Conference win.

Chris Beaman and Devon Watts scored 11 points apiece for Madison (13-3).

Hunter Richardson led Monmouth (9-6) with 10 points while Avery Amero added nine.

LAWRENCE 60, EDWARD LITTLE 55: Mason Cooper hit four 3-pointers in the third quarter to help Lawrence erase an 11-point halftime deficit and defeat Edward Little in Fairfield.

Cooper finished with 23 points while Kyle Robinson added 14 and Seth Powers 10 for the Bulldogs (8-7). Jarod Norcross-Plourde led the Red Eddies (9-7) with 19 points.

UNIFIED

WINTHROP 34, WATERVILLE 30: Dakota Brooke scored 14 points to lift the Ramblers to the win in Waterville.

Malcolm Lavallee and Nate Jewell each added eight points for Winthrop (2-0).

Nick Belanger scored a game-high 18 points to lead Waterville (0-2). Jessie Williams and Lauren Anderson each scored four points.

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WATERVILLE 13, PRESQUE ISLE 1: Andrew Roderigue had three goals and three assists to lead the Purple Panthers in Waterville.

Jackson Aldrich scored a hat trick while Justin Wentworth added two goals and three assists for Waterville (11-1-1) while Cody Pellerin had two goals and two assists. Michael Oliveira had a goal and three assists, Nick Denis added a goal and two assists, while John Evans scored the other goal. Nathan Pinnette had 12 saves and Logan Kearney stopped seven.

Eddie Young scored for Presque Isle (2-10-0). Jillian Flynn and Andrew Daigle combined to make 23 saves.