BINGHAM — Charlie Savoy filled the stat sheet with seven points, six rebounds and five steals to lead Valley past Buckfield 30-29 in an East/West Conference girls basketball game Friday.

Valley (6-7) led 29-27 with 58 seconds remaining when Samantha West hit a free throw to seal the win. Haley Miller added 11 points.

Alexis Bennett led Buckfield (5-8) with 11 points.

RANGELEY 48, FOREST HILLS 28: Taylor Esty scored 21 points to lead the Lakers to the East/West Conference win in Jackman.

Seve Deery-DeRaps added 12 points for Rangeley (11-0).

Haley Cuddy led Forest Hills (11-2) with 11 points.

MARANACOOK 59, MCI 51: Liz D’Angelo scored 16 points and finished with 11 rebounds to lead the Black Bears to the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory in Readfield.

Sarah Clough scored 18 points and Catherine Sanborn added 16 for Maranacook (11-2), which played the bulk of the game without standout Christine Miller.

Miller suffered an ankle injury in the first quarter and did not return.

April McAlpine led MCI (4-9) with 14 points while Ashley Alton added 12.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 46, WINSLOW 40: Sam Richards scored 12 points to lead the Phoenix in KVAC B action in Winslow.

Nicole Hamlin added nine points for Spruce Mountain (13-0).

Heather Kervin scored 15 points and Devin Fitzgibbons added 10 to lead Winslow (8-5).

MADISON 53, MT. ABRAM 21: Kayla Bess scored 15 points and sister Whitney added 10 to lead the Bulldogs (6-7) to the MVC win in Madison.

Madeline Wood chipped in with eight points for the Bulldogs. Olivia Ryan scored six points to lead the Roadrunners (1-12).

OXFORD HILLS 64, MESSALONSKEE 47: Oxford Hills outscored Messalonskee 22-6 in the second quarter and cruised to victory in South Paris.

Anna Winslow had 20 points and Tianna Sugars 14 to lead the Vikings (11-2). Sophie Holmes led the Eagles (6-7) with 12 points while McKenna Brodeur added 11.

EDWARD LITTLE 66, SKOWHEGAN 15: Emily Jacques scored 19 points and Tianna Harriman added 17 to lead the Eddies to the KVAC A win in Auburn.

Skowhegan was led by Noah Stevens with four points.

BOYS BASKETBALL

GARDINER 78, NOKOMIS 61: Jordan Lamb scored 21 points and had 10 rebounds to lead the Tigers to a KVAC B win in Newport.

Seth McFarland scored 16 points and had nine rebounds. Brad Weston added 11 points for the Tigers (11-2).

Alex Baird scored 14 points for Nokomis (2-11). Josh Smestad added 10 points.

VALLEY 50, BUCKFIELD 43: Collin Miller scored 12 points and grabbed as many rebounds to lead the Cavaliers to the Western D victory in Bingham. Austin Cates scored 14 points and Cody Laweryson added 11 —including three 3-pointers — for Valley (9-3) as well.

Hunter Wiley scored 11 points to lead Buckfield (4-9).

FOREST HILLS 64, RANGELEY 35: Tanner Daigle finished with a game-high 27 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Tigers to the Western D victory. Matt Turner also had a double-double, with 16 points and 10 steals for Forest Hills (13-0).

Devon Clark scored 10 points to lead the Lakers (3-8).

CONY 76, LAWRENCE 55: Liam Stokes scored 16 points to lead the Rams to a KVAC A win in Fairfield.

TJ Cusick scored 10 points, while Tayler Carrier added nine for Cony (9-4).

Dustin Simpson-Bragg scored 24 points for Lawrence (2-11) while Seth Powers added 11.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

COLBY 75, HAMILTON 70: Chris Hudnut became the 36th player in program history to score 1,000 points in his career, when he finished with 26 points in a New England Small College Athletic Conference game in Waterville.

Hudnut shot 9 for 16 from the field. He also made eight of his nine free throw attempts.

Hudnut finished the game with 16 rebounds and four assists as well.

Ryan Jann and Luke Westman each had 12 points for the Mules (10-5, 3-0 in the NESCAC).

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

COLBY 47, HAMILTON 45: Haley Driscoll and Carylanne Wolfington each scored 11 points to lead Colby in Clinton, N.Y.

Caitlyn Nolan scored nine points and Brooke Chandor added eight to pace the Mules (11-3, 2-1 in NESCAC).

Sam Graber scored 11 points to lead Hamilton (9-6, 1-2).

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