GARDINER — Lauren Chadwick scored a game-high 18 points to lead Gardiner past Cony 61-29 on Friday as the teams played for the first time in the regular season since 2007.

Gardiner improves to 2-1 in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A play while Cony drops to 1-2.

Chadwick also had seven rebounds, three steals and three assists. Leslie Stevens added 13 points for Gardiner while Mary Toman chipped in nine.

Cony was led by Cate Silva with 12 points.

MESSALONSKEE 60, MEDOMAK 28: Sophie Holmes had 21 points and six steals to pace the Eagles to the KVAC A win in Waldoboro.

Ally Turner chipped in 10 points for Messalonskee (2-1) while Cassidy Baker and Lydia Dexter each added eight points.

Medomak (1-2) was led by Sophie Cohen with nine points.

SKOWHEGAN 44, ERSKINE 36: Sydney Reed scored 10 point to lead the host Indians to their first win of the season in KVAC A action.

Tracey Swanson and Annie Cooke each added nine points for Skowhegan (1-2).

Mallory Weaver paced Erskine (1-2) with eight points while Megan Dunn scored seven.


SKOWHEGAN 49, ERSKINE 36: Issac Witham scored a game-high 19 points, including 11 from the free throw line, and Skowhegan pulled away from Erskine.

Witham made 11-of-12 free throws.

Cam Barnes scored 13 points and Brendan Curran added six for the Indians (1-2) as well.

Josh Reed scored nine points and Trevor Hubbard added six to pace the Eagles (0-3).

WINTHROP 75, OAK HILL 40: Jacob Hickey scored 23 points and Anthony Owens added 14 as the Ramblers rolled to the MVC win in Wales.

Spencer Steele added eight points to lead Winthrop (4-0).

Jonah Martin scored 13 points and Dalton Therrien added seven to pace the Raiders.

MESSALONSKEE 62, MEDOMAK VALLEY 57: After building an 11-point lead through three quarters, the Eagles held on for the KVAC A win in Oakland.

James Lathrop led the way with 26 points, six rebounds and two steals for Messalonskee (2-1). James Kouletsis added nine points, seven rebounds and five assists while Kyle Lafreniere had 13 points and Sawyer Michaud chipped in with seven assists and five rebounds.

Medomak Valley (2-1) was led by Nicholas DePatsy with 21 points.

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