HAMPDEN — Sophie Holmes scored a game-high 19 points and the Messalonskee girls basketball team got past Hampden 46-27 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Tuesday night.

Taylor Easler and Ally Turner each chipped in with eight points for Messalonskee (1-1), while McKenna Brodeur added seven.

Brooklyn Scott led Hampden (1-1) with nine points.

WINSLOW 51, MCI 31: Ciara LeClair made four 3-pointers on her way to a game-high 18 points to power the Black Raiders in Winslow.

Heather Kervin added 15 points for Winslow (2-0), while Paige Trask and Weslee Littlefield added six and five points, respectively.

April McAlpine and Sydney Morton led MCI (1-1) with 11 and 10 points, respectively.

FOREST HILLS 48, HIGHVIEW CHRISTIAN 18: Linda Riley and Caitlin Logston combined to score 41 of the Tigers’ 48 points to pick up and East/West Conference win over the Knights in a game played at the Augusta Civic Center. It was the second win of the day for Forest Hills (2-2), which also defeated North Haven 66-22 earlier in the afternoon at the Civic Center.

Against Highview Christian (2-1), Riley had a game-high 21 points with Logston pouring in 20. Cassidy Burns had eight points in the loss.

Riley’s performance came on the heels of a 31-point outburst against North Haven (2-1) in a game that also saw Logston go for 23 points. Samantha Sparhawk had six points for North Haven.

RANGELEY 42, VALLEY 16: Blayke Morin finished with 11 points, 12 rebounds and a six assists as the Lakers raced past the Cavaliers in an East/West Conference game in Rangeley.

Natasha Haley had a game-high 13 points for Rangeley (1-1) — which led 19-4 at the half — and Maddison Egan added eight.

Haven Mayhew had eight points to lead Valley (1-1).

MADISON 38, CARRABEC 35: The Bulldogs out-scored the Cobras 15-6 in the third quarter to pick up a Mountain Valley Conference win in Madison.

Ashley Emery had a team-high eight points for Madison (2-0) while Kayla Bess chipped in with seven.

Mickayla Willette poured in a game-high 17 points for Carrabec (1-1).

LAWRENCE 76, NOKOMIS 34: Nia Irving scored 19 points as the Bulldogs blitzed the Warriors in Newport.

Hunter Mercier and Dominique Lewis also scored in double figures for Lawrence (2-0), with 13 and 11 points, respectively.

Nokomis fell to 1-1 with the loss.


GARDINER 75, MT. BLUE 42: Jordan Lamb had 13 points, eight rebounds and four assists to lead the Tigers to the KVAC A win in Gardiner.

Eli Fish added 16 points and four assists for Gardiner (1-1) while Hunter Chasse chipped in 11 points and six rebounds.

Zack Mittelstadt scored a game-high 25 points and Evan Backus added nine for Mt. Blue (0-2).

MEDOMAK VALLEY 56, ERSKINE 47: Nick DePatsy scored a game-high 35 points to lead the Panthers to the KVAC A win in South China.

Zach Starr added eight points for Medomak Valley (2-0).

Erskine (0-2) was led by Trevor Hubbard with 18 points and Matt Clary with 13. Noah Bonsant grabbed nine rebounds.

VALLEY 70, RANGELEY 42: Austin Cates scored a game-high 26 points and Collin Miller added 24 points as the Cavaliers rolled past the Lakers in Rangeley.

Cody Laweryson added 15 points for Valley (2-0).

Ricky Thompson scored 10 points and Carl Trafton added nine to lead Rangeley (0-2).

BREWER 66, SKOWHEGAN 56: Matt Pushard had a game-high 30 points as the Witches held off the Indians in Skowhegan.

Carter Smith added 21 points for Brewer (2-0). Isaac Witham and Cam Barnes led Skowhegan (0-2) with 22 and 11 points, respectively.

OCEANSIDE 90, WATERVILLE 37: The Mariners built a 50-19 lead by halftime on their way to a win in Waterville.

Nate Raye (19), Keenan Hendricks (12), Cooper Wirkala (12) and Sam Atwood (10) each scored in double figures for Oceanside (2-0).

Adam Barre paced Waterville (0-2) with 11 points.

LAWRENCE 62, NOKOMIS 55, OT: The Bulldogs converted 9-of-11 foul shots in overtime to pick up a win over the Warriors in Fairfield.

Mason Cooper led the way for Lawrence (1-1) with a game-high 30 points, Kyle Robinson added 12 and J.T. Nutting chipped in with 10.

Nokomis (1-1) got 15 points from Zach Hartsgrove, including three on a highly-contested shot from the left corner with 1.4 seconds remaining in regulation to force overtime.

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