BREWER — Lawrence senior Dominique Lewis took the pass and had an open shot at the top of the key.

“That’s my favorite place to shoot from,” she said. “That’s my sweet spot.”

Lewis didn’t miss, and with that 3-pointer — her second of the first quarter of a 76-45 win over Brewer on Tuesday night — she reached the 1,000 point mark for her career.

“After it happened, it was amazing,” she said. “I’ve been counting it down. I knew I was close. It was so amazing. I kind of figured it would come on a 3-pointer.”

Lewis finished with 17 points, including five 3-pointers. She has made 51 3-pointers this season.

“A four-year starting point guard and she finally got her dream,” Lawrence coach John Donato said. “She’s worked hard for this.”


Nia Irving scored 22 points and Morgan Boudreau added eight for Lawrence (17-0).

RANGELEY 78, NYA 26: Blayke Morin had 28 points and eight rebounds to lift the host Lakers.

Amelia McMillan added 18 points and seven rebounds for Rangeley (16-1) while Natasha Haley had seven points and five steals.

NYA (1-16) was led by Maggie Larson with nine points.

FOREST HILLS 40, NORTH HAVEN 18: Caitlin Logston and Patricia Lessard each scored 10 points to lead the Tigers to the East/West Conference victory at Thomas College in Waterville.

Linda Riley scored nine points for the Tigers (14-4) as well.


Mya Goodell scored six points for North Haven (4-13).

CARRABEC 47, HALL-DALE 20: Mickayla Willette scored 23 points to pace the Cobras to the MVC win in North Anson.

Liberty Chestnut added nine points for Carrabec (11-6).

Kayla Johnson scored seven points for Hall-Dale (6-11) while Dani Sweet added six.

WINSLOW 66, ERSKINE 37: Heather Kervin scored 19 points to lead the host Black Raiders.

Maeghan Bernard added 12 points for Winslow (14-3) and Paige Trask chipped in 10.


Erskine (6-11) was led by Mallory Chamberlain with 10 points and Malorie Weaver with eight.

BANGOR 50, MESSALONSKEE 34: Sarah Bragg scored 18 points to spark the Rams to the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A win in Bangor.

Emily Gilmore added nine points for Bangor (9-8).

Sophie Holmes led Messalonskee (14-3) with 14 points while McKenna Brodeur had 11.

LINCOLN 52, MOUNT VIEW 29: The Eagles had 12 different players score points on their way to a win over the Mustangs in Thorndike.

Dorothy Hodous had eight points to lead Lincoln (14-3), which built a 24-4 lead by halftime.


Jenni Nadeau had a game-high 12 points for Mount View (5-12) while Andrea Crosby chipped in with eight points.


RANGELEY 50, NYA 43: Ricky Thompson scored 18 points to spark the host Lakers to the win.

Devon Clark added 12 points for Rangeley (6-11) while Carl Trafton chipped in 10.

NYA (4-13) was led by Jake Malcom with a game-high 28 points.

GOULD 57, TEMPLE 55: Tyrese Collins scored 20 points and Kobe James added 11 as Gould prevailed in Waterville.


Issak Aliyow scored eight points for Gould (10-8) as well.

Brad Smith scored 23 points and Joe Xu added 10 to lead Temple (6-12). Kevin Avila also scored 10 points for Temple.

WINSLOW 44, ERSKINE 37: Spencer Miranda scored a game-high 16 points and Jack Morneault added six to lead the Black Raiders in South China.

Winslow improved to 10-7.

Caleb Barden and Matt Clary each scored eight points to lead the Eagles (4-13).

SKOWHEGAN 48, MT. BLUE 40: Cameron Barnes scored 16 points to lift the host Indians to the KVAC A win.


Garrett McSweeney added eight points for Skowhegan (8-9).

Zack Mittelstadt led Mt. Blue (3-14) with 16 points.

MESSALONSKEE 57, BANGOR 43: The Eagles outscored the Rams 35-14 in the second half to earn the KVAC A win in Oakland.

Nathan Violette scored 14 of his 20 in the second half for Messalonskee (12-5) while James Lathrop scored 14 of his 17 points. Lathrop also had 10 rebounds.

Bangor (5-12) was led by Ethan Dorman with 22 points.

LAWRENCE 55, BREWER 42: Mason Cooper (23) and Seth Powers (17) combined to score 40 of the Bulldogs’ 55 points in a KVAC win over the Witches in Lawrence.


Lawrence (9-8) outscored Brewer (14-3) 17-4 in the opening quarter and never trailed from there.

Matt Pushard scored 21 points for the Witches and eclipsed the 1,000-point plateau for his career in the process.

MORSE 70, WATERVILLE 50: Keegan McDonough scored 28 points to pace the Shipbuilders in Waterville.

Brendan Harper added 16 points for Morse (5-12).

Justin Kornsey scored 17 points for Waterville (5-12) while Devin LeBrun chipped in with 12.




USM 57, COLBY 46: Megan Pelletier scored 16 points to lead the Huskies to the non-conference win in Gorham.

Ella Ramonas added 12 points for USM (11-8).

Haley Driscoll scored 12 points to pace Colby (11-9). Mia Diplock added nine points while Carylanne Wolfington chipped in five.

UM-AUGUSTA 73, UM-FORT KENT 68: Caitlin LaFountain scored 23 points and pulled down 20 rebounds to lead the Moose to a win in Augusta.

Jamie Plummer added 19 points for UM-Augusta (18-6, 10-0 Yankee Small College Conference) while Darby Toth finished with 18 points.


Samantha Carapellucci had 27 points and 14 rebounds to pace UM-Fort Kent (16-5).


UMFK 104, UMA 97: Keith Chesley scored 25 points, making him two points shy of 2,000 for his career, but it was not enough as the Moose fell in Yankee Small College Conference action.

Brandon Rogers added 21 points for UMA (11-10, 6-4) while Noah Thompson chipped in 18 points and Joseph Davila 15.

UMFK (18-12) was led by Qaadir Ali with 28 points.

COLBY 71, SOUTHERN MAINE 70: Pat Dickert made a jump shot with 51 seconds left and that proved to be the difference as the Mules picked up a non-conference win in Gorham.


Chris Hudnut led Colby (13-7) with 17 points while Sam Wilson finished with 13 points and 11 rebounds.

Atencio Martin scored 17 points for USM (12-8) in the loss.

BATES 91, UM-FARMINGTON 71: Mike Boornazian led four Bobcats in double figures with 20 points as Bates picked up a win over the Beavers in Farmington.

Josh Britten added 14 points for Bates (10-10) while Shawn Strickland and Malcolm Delpeche chipped in with 11 points apiece.

Ryan Camire had 16 points for UMF (2-16), while Nick Hilton, Eric Berry and Alan Young finished with 10 each.

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