SOUTH CHINA — Sophie Webb scored a game-high 12 points and Emma Cristan added nine to lead the Waterville girls basketball team past Erskine 43-32 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Tuesday night.

Mackenzie St. Pierre also scored nine points for Waterville (3-6) while Fotini Shanos finished with eight.

Mallory Chamberlain, Malorie Weaver and Megan Dunn each scored eight points to lead Erskine (2-6).

MOUNT VIEW 47, MARANACOOK 30: Jenni Nadeau scored 15 points and Andrea Crosby added 10 to lead the Mustangs in Thorndike.

Taylor Shunk and Halle Reynolds each scored seven points for Mount View (2-6) as well.

Lauren Clough hit three 3-pointers and finished with 11 points to lead Maranacook (0-9).

RANGELEY 72, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 29: Blayke Morin had 24 points, six assists, four steals and four rebounds to lead the Lakers to the win in Rangeley.

Sydney Royce added 16 points and five rebounds for Rangeley (8-1).

Clarissa Jones scored 16 points to lead GPC (5-3).

FOREST HILLS 64, GREENVILLE 25: Linda Riley scored a game-high 34 points and Caitlin Logston added 16 to lead the Tigers to the East/West Conference victory in Jackman.

Demi Giroux chipped in with 11 points for Forest Hills (6-3) as well.

Shelby Ward scored 11 points to lead the Lakers (0-6).

MT. BLUE 46, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 32: Caitlin Kane had 23 points and six rebounds to lead the Cougars in Farmington.

Mackenzie Harris added 10 points and four rebounds for Mt. Blue (3-4).

Haley Turcotte led Spruce Mountain (2-6) with 10 points.

BOYS BASKETBALL

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 60, MT. BLUE 50 OT: Austin Darling was 6-for-6 from the free throw line in overtime to spark the Phoenix in Farmington.

The Phoenix were 10-for-10 from the line in the extra period. Darling finished with 24 points for Spruce Mountain (3-5) while James Ouellette added 14 and Andrew Darling 13.

Zack Mittelstadt scored a game-high 31 points for Mt. Blue (0-8).

ERSKINE 62, WATERVILLE 61 (OT): Trevor Hubbard scored 15 points and Josh Reed added 12 as the Eagles (2-6) prevailed in Waterville. Justin Kornsey scored 20 points and Devin LeBrun added 19 points to lead Waterville (3-6).

GREENVILLE 65, FOREST HILLS 41: Greenville dominated the second half, outscoring Forest Hills 39-17, to pull away for an East-West Conference win in Jackman.

Nick Foley led the Lakers with 22 points while Tim White added 17. Aaron Moffitt led the Tigers (4-5) with nine points.

RANGELEY 44, GPC 34: Carl Trafton and Kyle LaRochelle each scored 13 points to lead host Rangeley.

Ricky Thompson added nine points for the Lakers (4-5). Mason Jones and David Davol led GPC (4-5) with 10 points.

MADISON 60, CARRABEC 46: Chase Malloy had 22 points and seven rebounds while Mitch Jarvais added 20 points and six rebounds to spark the Bulldogs to the Mountain Valley Conference victory in Madison.

Devon Watt had six points and eight rebounds for Madison (8-2).

Dustin Crawford led Carrabec (2-8) with 23 points while Hunter Fernald chipped in with 11.

COLLEGE

MEN’S BASKETBALL

COLBY 115, PINE MANOR 97: Pat Dickert and Patrick Stewart each had 23 points to help Colby (10-1) win its 10th straight game. Stewart also finished with a game-high 11 rebounds.

Chris Hudnut added 14 points for the Mules as well.

Tank Roberson paced Pine Manor (7-6) with 20 points, 10 rebounds and four assists.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

UMF 72, THOMAS 46: Meghan Smith and Jenessa Talarico each scored 13 points to lead the Beavers to the North Atlantic Conference victory in Farmington. Kennadi Grover scored 11 points for UMF (4-5, 3-1 in the NAC) as well.

Katie McAllister, a Gardiner graduate, scored 18 points to lead Thomas (2-8, 1-3).

MEN’S HOCKEY

COLBY 2, USM 2: The Mules went 1-for-6 on the power play and had to settle for a nonconference draw at Alfond Rink in Waterville. Emerson Verrier made 15 stops for the Mules (4-4-3 overall).


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