staff report

ROCKPORT — Anna Mackenzie and Marissa Shaw each scored 17 points as Nokomis defeated Camden Hills, 62-51, in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball game Monday afternoon.

Jordan Knowlton scored 30 points for the Windjammers (9-2).

Taylor Shaw added 10 points for Nokomis (10-0). The Warriors scored 37 points in the first half.

Waterville 33, Belfast 29: The Purple Panthers held the Lions to 10 points in the second half to earn the KVAC B victory in Belfast.

Belfast (4-7) hit five 3-pointers in the first half, but none after the break. The Lions hit only three 2-point baskets the entire game.


Katrina Lapham led the Lions with nine points. Colleen O’Donnell scored 10 and Ashleigh Gagne had eight for Waterville (6-5).

Skowhegan 59, Brunswick 51: Amanda Johnson scored 20 points and handed out six assists to lead the Indians to the KVAC A win in Brunswick.

Sophomore Morgan Buker added 16 points and 12 rebounds for Skowhegan (9-2) while Adriana Martineau scored 15 points.

For Brunswick (4-7), Lyse Henshaw scored 17 points, Liz Faulkner 16 and Julia Champagne 10.

Forest Hills 46, North Haven 21: Kori Coro scored 19 points to lead the Tigers to the East/West Conference win in North Haven.

Forest Hills led 16-4 at the end of the first quarter and 25-7 at the half.


Leta Hallowell led North Haven (1-5) with 12 points. Forest Hills is 7-3.

Rangeley 48, Seacoast Christian 41: Taylor Esty had 12 points and 12 rebounds as the Lakers won in Rangeley.

Emily Carrier added 14 points and Jenney Abbott had nine points and nine rebounds for Rangeley (9-1).

Jenny English had 13 points and Ruth Towne 12 for Seacoast Christian (8-3).

Mt. Abram 41, Mountain Valley 33: Miranda Smith scored 12 points as the Roadrunners beat the Falcons in a Mountain Valley Conference game in Salem.

Tori Beane added 10 points for Mt. Abram (6-5).


Christy Briggs had eight points and Brooke Dolloff seven for Mountain Valley (6-4).

Edward Little 68, Messalonskee 60: Ashlee Arnold and Cory Norcross combined to score 53 points and lead the Eddies to the KVAC A win in Auburn. Arnold finished with 31 points while Norcross added 22 for Edward Little (8-2).

Megan Pelletier led the Eagles (6-4) with 11 points and 11 rebounds. Mary Badeen scored 24 points, including five 3-pointers.

Hampden 57, Erskine 30: Jordan Maxwell hit three 3-pointers and scored 17 points as the Broncos cruised past the Eagles in South China.

Helene Sherburne added 10 points for Hampden (6-5).

Bridget Humphrey led Erskine (1-10) with 10 points.


Morse 46, MCI 33: Katie Henrikson scored 11 points and Tori Field added 10 to lead the Shipbuilders in Pittsfield.

Kerry Cummings added nine points for Morse (4-7).

Ashley Kitchin scored eight points and Kylee Alton added six to lead the Huskies (2-9). Taylor Wright and Brianna Losee each scored five points.

Madison 51, Dirigo 19:
Kirsten Wood had 13 points and 10 rebounds as the Bulldogs beat the Cougars in an MVC game in Madison.

Sam Bruce added 12 points, while Melissa White dished out five assists for Madison (10-0).

Kayla Gaudan had six points for Dirigo (6-5).

Mt. Blue 43, Mt. Ararat 42: The Cougars rallied in the fourth quarter to pull out the KVAC A win in Topsham.


Gabby Foye led Mt. Blue (7-4) with 16 points while teammate Corinne Dingley scored 11.

Leah Hitchcock led the Eagles (7-4) with 10 points.

Girls hockey

Yarmouth/Freeport 7, Winslow 5: Arial Potter scored her third goal of the game in the third period and Susan Driscoll also scored in the third as Yarmouth/Freeport beat Winslow at Sukee Arena.

Michelle Robichaud and Potter scored back-to-back goals in the second period as Yarmouth/Freeport (4-8-0) rallied from a 4-2 deficit to tie the game. Emily Johnson scored in the first period for Freeport/Yarmouth.

Jennifer Poulin and Sarah Fowler both scored twice for Winslow (3-8-1). Brenna O’Connell added a goal, while Fowler had two assists. Jessica Cain had 31 saves for the Black Raiders.

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