FARMINGTON — Cony raced out to a 18-point lead at halftime and coasted the rest of the way in an 83-64 win over Mt. Blue in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A boys basketball action Saturday.

Liam Stokes and Tyler Tardiff each knocked down three 3-pointers en route to 19 and 17 points, respectively, for Cony (6-3).

Zack Mittelstadt paced Mt. Blue (1-7) with a game-high 24 points.

HALL-DALE 66, OAK HILL 30: A 22-3 run in the second quarter allowed the Bulldogs to pull away for the Mountain Valley Conference win in Wales.

Brian Allen had a game-high 16 points for Hall-Dale (5-3), while Nate Mills chipped in with nine.

Connor Elwell paced Oak Hill (2-6) with seven points.

MONMOUTH 50, WISCASSET 48: The Mustangs survived a late push from the Wolverines to hold on for an MVC win in Wiscasset.

Luke Thombs buried three 3-pointers and finished with 14 points for Monmouth (5-3), while Kasey Smith and Hunter Richardson scored 13 points apiece.

Brandon Sprague had a game-high 17 points for Wiscasset (2-6).


MESSALONSKEE 63, LEWISTON 43: Sophie Holmes scored 24 points to lead the Eagles to the KVAC A win in Oakland.

Ally Turner added 17 points and four assists for Messalonskee (5-4). McKenna Brodeur chipped in with eight points and 10 rebounds while Halee Flewelling pulled down nine rebounds.

Lewiston (1-7) was led by Victoria Harris with 15 points and Amanda Swart with 11.

MT. BLUE 61, CONY 26: The Cougars used a 21-point third quarter to pull away for the KVAC A win in Augusta.

Caitlin Kane had 17 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals for Mt. Blue (4-3). Rachel Bator had seven steals off the bench for the Cougars along with her 13 points and three assists.

Cony (1-8) was led by Autumn Sudsbury and Lizzy Dennison with six points apiece.


MESSALONSKEE 3, BREWER 0: Elija Tuell stopped 32 shots and Jake Dexter scored a pair of power play goals as Messalonskee blanked host Brewer.

Jared Cunningham had a goal and an assist for the Eagles (6-1) while Dylan Burton and Brandon Nale each notched two assists. Tyler Friel made 32 saves for the Witches (5-1-1).