BATH — Jamie Plummer had 17 points and five steals as the Richmond High School girls basketball team cruised to a 58-7 win over Hyde on Wednesday.

Haley Murphy added six points and eight rebounds, while Noell Accord had four points, seven rebounds and five steals for Richmond (10-0). Brianna Snedeker chipped in 10 points.

Hyde dropped to 0-10.

Hall-Dale 48, Mountain Valley 45: Trailing by seven entering the fourth quarter, the Bulldogs rallied for the Mountain Valley Conference win in Farmingdale.

Hall-Dale (10-2) outscored the Falcons 15-5 in the fourth quarter. Carylanne Wolfington led the Bulldogs with 23 points and nine rebounds, while Kristina Buck and Allison Crockett each scored nine points. Buck also came up with five steals.

Ayla Allen and Chrissy Briggs combined for seven 3-pointers for Mountain Valley (6-6). Allken led the way with 22 points and Briggs chipped in with 12.

St. Dominic 47, Winthrop 32: Mary Caron scored 16 points as the Saints beat the Ramblers in a MVC game in Auburn.

Callie Greco added 11 points and McKenzie Roy 10 for St. Dom’s (3-8). Jess Scott had 19 points for Winthrop (0-11).

Sacopee Valley 33, Kents Hill 25: Emma Curnin had 13 points and 24 rebounds in the Huskies’ loss in Hiram.

Heather Larrabee added eight points for Kents Hill (2-3). Morgan Sanborn and Kristen Lyle each had eight points for Sacopee Valley (3-6).

Boys Basketball

Hyde 45, Richmond 16: Andrew Herron had eight points, while Tyquan Ekejiuba had six points, five assists and seven steals as the Phoenix beat the Bobcats in Bath.

Ben Burklock added four points and 10 rebounds, while Talin Rowe had six assists and six steals for Hyde (9-0).

Ben Carver had 10 points for Richmond (3-8).

Telstar 56, Winthrop 35: Telstar outscored the Ramblers 20-4 in the first quarter to pull away for a MVC victory in Winthrop.

Zach Steele scored 12 to lead Winthrop (2-9), which trailed 40-11 at halftime. Danny Whitney led all scorers with 17 for Telstar (4-7).

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