BANGOR — Hannah Kimmel’s layup with five seconds left gave Sacred Heart the lead, and the Pioneers held on for the 59-58 win over the University of Maine in women’s basketball on Sunday afternoon at the Cross Insurance Center.

Kimmel scored a game-high 28 points for Sacred Heart (3-0).

Anna Heise scored a career-high 17 points to lead Maine (1-3). Lauren Bodine scored 12 points for the Black Bears, while Sigi Kolizar had 11 points and four rebounds for Maine.

Colby 54, Wellesley 53: Caitlyn Nolan scored a collegiate-high 26 points and Colby held off a furious Wellesley rally for a 54-53 win on the second day of the Colby Classic on Sunday.

Colby (4-0) led by 14 points with 13 minutes to play, before the Blue rally. The Mules missed the front end of two one-and-one chances in the final 11.7 seconds, but Wellesley (2-3) could not take the lead.

Lauren Barnhart had nine points and three steals for the Mules. MaryKate Caverly had six assists for Colby.

Morgyne Weaver led Wellesley with 18 points and nine rebounds.

Men’s basketball

Valparaiso 93, Maine 70: Alec Peters scored a career-high 31 points to lead Valparaiso to the win over the Black Bears in Mt. Pleasant, Mich.

Valparaiso (4-0) took control early, opening the game with a 17-2 run. Tevonn Walker scored 16 points for Valpo.

Shaun Lawton led Maine (1-4) with 16 points. Kevin Little added 15 points for the Black Bears.


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