RANGELEY — Taylor Esty scored 30 points to lead the Rangeley girls basketball team to a 56-30 win over Valley on Tuesday night.

Blayke Morin scored 10 points while Seve Deery-Deraps added nine points for the Lakers (9-0).

Haven Mayhew scored 10 points for the Cavaliers (4-6).

LAWRENCE 67, SKOWHEGAN 38: Nia Irving scored 18 points and had 17 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs to a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A win in Fairfield.

Dominique Lewis scored 13 points and had six assists, while Jordyn Towers added 11 points for Lawrence (9-0).

Noah Stevens scored 13 points for Skowhegan (2-6).

BUCKFIELD 57, TEMPLE ACADEMY 33: Kiara Carr scored 14 points, but it wasn’t enough for Temple.

Amy LaVerdiere added six points for Temple (2-5).

Naudia Wesley scored 20 points for Buckfield (5-4).

MT. ABRAM 39, TELSTAR 24: Olivia Ryan scored 10 points and Sally Stevens added nine to lead the Roadrunners to the Mountain Valley Conference win in Salem.

Lindsay Huff scored eight points to pace Mt. Abram (1-8) as well.

Becca Howard scored a game-high 16 points to lead the Rebels (0-9).

LINCOLN 51, ERSKINE 33: Dorothy Hodous scored a game-high 12 points and Danielle Pinkham added 10 as Lincoln rolled in South China.

Brie Wajer chipped in with seven points as well for Lincoln (8-2).

Megan Dunn scored 11 points to pace Erskine (1-9).

WINSLOW 51, LEAVITT 44: Winslow out-scored Leavitt 13-4 in a decisive third quarter to erase a 25-22 halftime deficit and pull out the victory in Turner.

Devin Fitzgibbons led the way, scoring a team-high 15 points, while Heather Kervin chipped in with 12. Both players finished with five rebounds as well.

Winslow improved to 7-3.

Chantel Ellis scored a game-high 22 points to lead the Hornets (3-7).

NOKOMIS 48, MCI 39: Olivia Brown scored 21 points to lead the Warriors to a KVAC B victory in Pittsfield.

Mikayla Charters added nine points for Nokomis (6-4).

Ashley Alton scored 14 points for MCI (3-7).

MT. BLUE 59, LEWISTON 47: Eryn Doiron scored 23 points and Caitlin Kane added 14 to lead the Cougars to the KVAC A win in Farmington. Addie Brinkman scored 13 points for Mt. Blue (5-3) as well.

Kane also had six steals and six assists while Brinkman added 13 points.

Emily Brochu scored 14 points to lead the Blue Devils (1-8).

BRUNSWICK 68, CONY 34: Julia Champagne scored 25 points and Adrianna White added 10 to lead the Dragons to the KVAC A win in Brunswick. Emily Black chipped in with eight points for Brunswick (4-4) as well.

Cate Silva led Cony (1-9) with nine points.

MARANACOOK 56, GARDINER 47: Catherine Sanborn scored 22 points and Christine Miller added 19 to give the Black Bears a KVAC B win in Readfield.

Miller had six rebounds and five assists for Maranacook (9-1). Liz D’Angelo scored nine points.

Savannah Vinton-Mullens scored nine points and had 11 rebounds for Gardiner (5-5).

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 49, WATERVILLE 44: Spruce Mountain broke open a one-point game by making four consecutive free throws in the final seconds to earn the victory in Waterville. Sam Richards led the Phoenix (10-0) with 21 points.

Jordan Jabar had 15 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Panthers (2-8).

WINDHAM CHRISTIAN 22, GRACE CHRISTIAN 17: Ausashia scored 10 points to lead Windham Christian (1-1).

Kate Sullivan led all scorers with 15 points for Grace Christian (2-1).

BOYS BASKETBALL

MADISON 65, CARRABEC 25: Chase Malloy scored 23 points to lead the Bulldogs to a MVC win in North Anson.

Ty Cowan added 12 points for Madison (9-1).

John Vartanian scored eight points for Carrabec (0-8).

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 48, RICHMOND 42: Zach Small scored 16 points for the Bobcats.

Cameron Emmons scored seven points, while Matt Holt and Bailey Johansen each added six for Richmond (4-3).

Jake Malcolm scored 16 points and had 11 rebounds for North Yarmouth (5-3).

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 49, WATERVILLE 41: Spruce Mountain rallied from a nine-point halftime deficit to defeat Waterville in Jay.

Deonte Ring led the Phoenix (6-4) with 14 points while Anthony York added 10. Devon Begin paced the Purple Panthers (1-9) with 14 points while Nick Elias chipped in with seven points.

MESSALONSKEE 60, MT. ARARAT 45: Nick Mayo scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Messalonskee to the KVAC A win. Taylor Turner also had a big night for the Eagles, finishing with 11 points, 10 rebounds and five assists.

Nate Violette scored 18 points to pace Messalonskee (6-4) as well.

Shy Ulrickson scored 20 points to lead Mt. Ararat (3-7).

BOOTHBAY 79, OAK HILL 33: John Hepburn scored 17 points to lead the Seahawks over the Raiders in Wales.

Abel Bryer added 12 points for Boothbay (8-0).

Evan Boston scored eight points for Oak Hill (2-7).

WINSLOW 78, LEAVITT 50: Justin Martin scored 26 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as the Black Raiders rolled to the Class B victory in Winslow. Nason Lanphier scored 19 points while Josh Kervin chipped in with 11 for Winslow (10-0) as well.

Eli Calder scored 11 points to pace Leavitt (4-6).

VALLEY 62, RANGELEY 28: Cody Laweryson scored 18 points to lead the Cavaliers to a win over the Lakers in Rangeley.

Collin Miller scored 17 points, while Austin Cates added 14 points for Valley (6-2).

Timmy White led Rangeley (3-6) with 15 points. Kyle LaRochelle added five points.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

UMAINE-FARMINGTON 72, THOMAS 51: Kelly Pomerleau scored 16 points and Lindsay Ranquist added 13 points to lead the Beavers to a win in Waterville.

Kennadi Grover scored 10 points for UMaine-Farmington (3-6, 3-0).

Ashleigh Gagne scored 11 points for Thomas (1-8, 0-3).

MEN’S BASKETBALL

COLBY 99, HUSSON 94: Chris Hudnut scored 26 points and Luke Westman added 22 points to lead the Mules to a win in Waterville.

Ryan Jann had 20 points and Sam Wilson added 19 points for Colby (7-5).

Trevon Butler scored 27 points for Husson (8-2).

MEN’S ICE HOCKEY

COLBY 9, SALEM STATE 3: Cam MacDonald posted a hat trick to lead the Mules to a win at the Alfond Rink in Waterville.

Devin Albert added two goals for Colby (3-6-2).

Andrew Bucci scored a goal for Salem State (6-5-1).

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