ROCKPORT — Sophomore Ally Day scored a career-high 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Gardiner to a 71-37 win over previously unbeaten Camden Hills in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B girls basketball action Saturday.

Jenna Moore added 19 points and seven steals for Gardiner (10-1) while Katie McAllister chipped in with eight points.

Camden Hills (9-1) was led by Jordan Knowlton with 13 points.

Maranacook 49, Lincoln 24: Christine Miller scored 12 points and Hannah Clough added 10 to lead the Black Bears to the KVAC B win in Readfield.

Hannah Cumler scored seven points and Sarah Clough added six for Maranacook (5-5).

Jen Genthner scored eight points to pace Lincoln (0-10).

Waterville 44, Oak Hill 27: Ashleigh Gagne scored 19 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the host Purple Panthers in a Class B game.

Lauren Crane had six points and seven rebounds for Waterville (5-5). Colleen O’Donnell also contributed with a strong all-around performance, finishing with eight points, five steals and seven rebounds.

Darby Beaulieu led Oak Hill (3-7) with 13 points.

Richmond 43, Vinalhaven 32: Jamie Plummer had 17 points, 14 rebounds, five steals and five blocks as the visiting Bobcats earned the East-West Conference win.

Danica Hurley added 11 points and seven rebounds for Richmond (9-0).

Eliza Davidson scored 10 points to lead Vinalhaven (6-4).

Hall-Dale 34, Mt. Abram 31: Kristina Buck scored 15 points to lead the Bulldogs to the Mountain Valley Conference win.

Natasha Brown and Wendy Goldman chipped in with eight apoints each for Hall-Dale (9-2).

Mt. Abram (5-5), which lost to Hall-Dale by 32 points the last time the two teams played, was led by Annie Dexter and Miranda Smith with nine points apiece.

Bangor 66, Erskine 39: Katie Brochu scored 22 points as the Rams won the KVAC A game Friday in Bangor.

Kayla Jordan added 10 points for Bangor (5-5).

Meryl Bond had 16 points for Erskine (1-9).

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