THORNDIKE — Gabby Lord led a balanced scoring effort with a game-high 16 points to help the Nokomis girls basketball team outlast Mount View for a 49-33 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win on Friday.

Sidney Moore added seven points for the Warriors (11-5), while Olivia Brown, Chelsea Crockett and Maci Leadi each had six points.

Jenni Nadeau and Megan Elkins paced Mount View (5-11) with 14 and 12 points, respectively.

CARRABEC 44, WINTHROP 20: The Cobras jumped out to a 23-13 halftime lead and never looked back on their way to the MVC win.

Mickayla Willette led the offense with 13 points for Carrabec (10-6) while Liberty Chestnut added nine.

Winthrop (2-14) was led by Adlin Chaparin with eight points and Katie Perkins with six.

TEMPLE 41, VALLEY 38: Kiara Carr scored 11 of her 16 points in the second half as Temple came from behind for the win in Waterville.

Selam Heinrich scored all six of her points in the second half for Temple (10-5). Veronica Rossignol added eight points for the game.

Valley (8-9) was led by Jordan Belanger with 13 points and Haven Maheux with nine.

BOYS BASKETBALL

VALLEY 82, TEMPLE 39: Cody Laweryson scored 29 points to lift the Cavaliers to the win in Waterville.

Austin Cudder added 17 points for Valley (16-0) while Luke Malloy had 14.

Temple (5-10) was led by Brad Smith with 11 points.

UNIFIED BASKETBALL

MESSALONSKEE 62, HALL-DALE/RICHMOND 42: Tyler Ward scored 12 points to pace the Eagles to the win.

Tyler Elkins and R.J. Preo added 10 points apiece for Messalonskee (1-1).

Emma Chase led all scorers with 16 points for Hall-Dale/Richmond (0-1), which was playing its first-ever unified game. Matt Perry chipped in 10.

COLLEGE

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

UMF 73, LYNDON STATE 48: Cheyenne Malloy scored a game-high 17 points as the Beavers completed a season sweep in North Atlantic Conference action in Lyndon, Vermont.

Meghan Smith added 11 points and six rebounds for UMF (10-7, 8-2 NAC) while Kennadi Grover also scored 11 points.

Aimee Thompson scored 13 points to lead Lyndon State (3-14, 2-9 NAC).

JOHNSON ST. 68, THOMAS 44: Pittston’s Katie McAllister scored a game-high 20 points but it was not enough as the Terriers fell to the Badgers in Johnson, Vermont.

Amanda Bednarick scored 15 points off the bench to pace Johnson State (8-10, 5-6 NAC), who had four players finish in double figures.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

THOMAS 95, JOHNSON STATE. 74: Skowhegan’s Levi Barnes had a game-high 36 points to help power the Terriers past the Badgers in Johnson, Vermont.

Tyheem Simon added 24 points off the bench for Thomas (10-8, 6-5 NAC) while Carlos Gonzalez chipped in with 14 points and eight rebounds.

Benjamin Holl led Johnson State (5-13, 5-6 NAC) with 23 points in the loss.

LYNDON STATE 78, UM-FARMINGTON 50: Shaun Hill and Gabriel Torres each scored 18 points in the Hornets’ win over the Beavers at Stannard Gymnasium in Lyndon, Vermont.

Anfernee Dent led UMF (2-13, 2-7 NAC) with 13 points while Mt. Blue graduate Nick Hilton chipped in with 10.

Lyndon State improve to 6-10 (4-6 NAC) with the win.

MEN’S HOCKEY

MAINE 5, UMASS 2: A balanced scoring attack helped the Black Bears stave off the Minutemen in Amerst, Massachussetts.

Steven Swavely, Brendan Robbins, Blaine Byron, Brian Morgan and Conor Riley each had goals for Maine (6-15-6, 3-8-2 Hockey East) in the win.

Ivan Chukarov and Austin Plevy each had goals for UMass (7-16-4, 2-11-4 HE).

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

TRINITY 2, COLBY 0: The Bantams struck twice in the opening period and held on from there for a win over the Mules in Hartford, Connecticut.

Brooke Heron and Cheeky Herr each scored goals for Trinity (8-7-1, 2-6-1 New England Small College Athletic Conference) while Shelby Labe, Jessica Stowell and Emma Tani each picked up assists.

Angelica Crites made 23 saves for Colby (5-10-3, 3-7-1 NESCAC) in the loss.


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