WINSLOW — Trevor Lovely scored 33 points — including his 1,000th career point — to lead the Winslow boys basketball team to an 85-57 win over Leavitt in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B game Friday night.

Lovely scored his 1,000th point on a 3-pointer midway through the third quarter, off an assist from Colby Robertson. Lovely also had five assists and five rebounds.

Justin Kervin scored 19 points and DK Herman scored 13 points and had 13 rebounds for the Black Raiders (14-3).

Zac Ouellette scored 16 points for the Hornets (3-14).

NOKOMIS 48, ERSKINE 39: Andrew Cartwright scored 17 points to lead the Warriors to a KVAC B win over the Eagles in South China.

Noah Kershner scored nine points, while Jake Winslow added eight points for Nokomis (5-12).


Tyler Bailey led the Eagles (0-16) with 10 points.

VALLEY 60, SEARSPORT 49: Dylan Belanger scored a game-high 19 points and Collin Miller added 16 to lead the Cavaliers to the Western D victory.

Keagan Staples finished with 11 points and 11 rebounds while Miller added seven rebounds. Jordan Gillespie had eight points and nine assists for Valley (13-3) as well.

Troy Reynolds scored 12 point to lead Searsport (3-14).

CARRABEC 62, MADISON 53: Richard Layton and Levi Murray each scored 14 points to lead the Cobras to the MVC win in Salem.

John Layman added 13 points for Carrabec.


Madison was led by Jarod Miller with 14 points.

CONY 60, SKOWHEGAN 58, OT: Matt Murray hit a pair of free throws with 25 seconds left in overtime and Liam Stokes finished with a team-high 14 pointsto lead the rams to the KVAC win in Skowhean.

Kevin Kingsbury scored 11 points and Mitchell Bonenfant added six for the Rams (6-10).

Dequan Frost hit a 3-pointer with about 3 seconds left in regulation to force overtime for Skowhegan (1-14). Frost and Isaac Witham each finished with 15 points for the Indians.


RANGELEY 66, GPC 14: Taylor Esty scored 21 points and Maddi Egan added 12 as the Lakers cruised to the Western D victory in Rangeley.


Seve Deery-DeRaps scored nine points while Tori Letarte had seven steals. Celia Philbrick added seven rebounds for the Lakers (15-1) as well.

Erin Robinsons cored seven points to pace GPC (5-11).

EDWARD LITTLE 56, MT. BLUE 43: Kory Norcross scored 21 points and Brooke Reynolds added 16 to lead the Red Eddies to the KVAC A victory in Auburn. Tianna Harriman scored seven points for EL (16-1).

Miranda Nicely scored 20 points to lead Mt. Blue (7-9).

CONY 73, SKOWHEGAN 43: Hayley Quirion scored a game-high 22 points and Emily Quirion added 21 as Cony cruised in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game.

Emily Quirion also had seven rebounds and six assists. Hayley Quirion had seven assists while Alyssah Dennett had eight points for Cony (12-5).


Taylor Johnson led Skowhegan (9-7) with 15 points.

NOKOMIS 64, ERSKINE 30: Mikayla Charters scored 12 points to lead the Warriors to the KVAC B win in Newport.

Kelsie Richards and Taylor Shaw each scored 11 points for Nokomis.

Erskine was led by Katie Gamage with 14 points.

MT. VIEW 24, WATERVILLE 22: Jenny Nadeau scored 11 points and Courtney Morse added seven to lead the Mustangs to the KVAC B win in Waterville. Brooke Tripp added six points for Mt. View (4-12).

Colleen O’Donnell had a triple-double for the Purple Panthers (7-8), finishing with 18 points, 12 steals and 11 rebounds.


CAMDEN HILLS 44, MCI 34: Maddy Bowman scored 14 points to lead the Windjammers to the KVAC B win in Pittsfield.

Charlotte Messer added 13 points for the Huskies.

MCI (2-14) was led by Hannah Emery with 13 points and Brianna Losse with seven.


THOMAS 82, COLBY-SAWYER 69: Levi Barnes scored 22 points and Adam Carlsen added 16 off the bench to lead the Thomas men’s basketball team past Colby-Sawyer in a North Atlantic Conference game.

Shaun Munson finished with 10 points and nine rebounds off the bench for Thomas (7-11, 7-4 in NAC) as well. Garen Manzo had 10 points for the Terriers.


Zach Bean scored a tame-high 22 points to pace the Chargers (9-8, 8-3).

UMF 69, NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 47: Andrew Dickey scored 17 points and Ben Johnson added 13 to lead the Beavers to the NAC victory in Farmington.

Johnson and Dickey each had seven rebounds as well.

Pat Sumner finished with 12 points for UMF.

Derzon Wilson had 13 points to pace New England College.



AMHERST 67, COLBY 44: Amherst used a 15-0 run in the final seven minutes of the second half to take control and Ali Doswell had a game-high 17 points in a NESCAC win.

Amherst, ranked 12th nationally, moves to 18-2 overall and 5-1 in the conference. Colby drops to 6-13 overall and 0-6 in league play.

Doswell also had 13 rebounds, six assists, and nailed four 3-point shots. Meredith Doswell added 13 points, eight rebounds, and a pair of assists.

Hall-Dale graduate Carylanne Wolfington had 12 points to lead Colby while Cony graduate Mia Diplock (dished five assists and scored six points, Desi Smith added seven points and Brooke Chandor had six points and six rebounds.

COLBY-SAWYER 63, THOMAS 45: Kelsey Cahill scored 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Colby-Sawyer to the NAC victory in Waterville.

Jessica Shenkel and McKayla McQuaty each added nine points for Colby-Sawyer (9-9, 8-3 in NAC).


Katie McAllister scored a game-high 19 points for Thomas while Ashley Crowell-Smith chipped in with eight.

NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE: 60, UMF 47: Kayla Lawlor scored a game-high 25 points and Taylor Burgess added 15 to lead NEC to the NAC victory in Farmington.

Burgess also had six rebounds and two steals for NEC (9-9, 5-6 ).

Lindsay Ranquist scored 15 points and Ayla Allen added 12 to pace the Beavers (7-11, 6-5).

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