RUMFORD — Jacob Hickey scored his 1,000th career point, as Winthrop overcame an early 10-point deficit to win at Mountain Valley, 76-56 in a Mountain Valley Conference boys basketball game Tuesday.

Hickey reached the 1,000-point milestone with a 3-pointer in the second quarter on his way to a game-high 26 points.

Down 18-8 after one quarter, the Ramblers got back to focusing on defense, coach Todd MacArthur said.

“We played how we know we can play,” MacArthur said.

Cam Wood added 20 points and 10 rebounds for Winthrop (2-0). Teegan Davis led the Falcons (0-2) with 13 points, while Mike Pare added 11.

HALL-DALE 64, DIRIGO 44: Owen Dupont had 11 points and seven rebouds to pace the Bulldogs to the MVC win in Farmingdale.

Alec Byron added 22 points for Hall-Dale (2-0) while Tyler Nadeau chipped in 16.

Dirigo (0-2) was led by Cooper Chaisson with 27 points.

GARDINER 75, MT. BLUE 46: Cole Heaberlin scored 14 points to lead four Tigers in double figures in a KVAC A win in Farmington.

Heaberlin also added six rebounds. Isaiah Magee had 11 points and six assists for Gardiner (1-1) while Connor McGuire had 11 points and six blocks. Hunter Chasse added 10 points.

Mt. Blue (0-2) was led by Marshall Doyon and Cooper Hollingsworth with nine apoints apiece.

RICHMOND 60, OLD ORCHARD BEACH: Matt Holt had 13 points and eight rebounds as the Bobcats won their third straight to open the season.

Cody Tribbet finished with 17 points for Richmond (3-0), while Matt Rines added 14 points and six assists.

Ian Regan netted a game-high 19 for Old Orchard (1-1).

HAMPDEN 59, MESSALONSKEE 48: Kory Winch scored 19 points to lead the Broncos to the KVAC A win in Hampden.

Hampden (2-0) led 31-19 at the half. Ian McIntyre added 18 points for the Broncos.

James Kouletsis scored 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for Messalonskee (1-1). Nate Violette added 16 points for the Eagles.

CONY 81, CAMDEN HILLS 58: Jordan Roddy scored 22 points to lift the Rams to the KVAC A win in Rockport.

Roddy also had six steals. James Hunt had 11 rebounds for Cony (2-0) while Taylor Heath and Simon McCormick each had nine points.

Camden Hills (1-1) was led by Daniel Peabody with 16 points.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

RICHMOND 32, OLD ORCHARD 29: Sydney Tilton had 11 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Bobcats to the Class C win in Richmond.

Mackenzie Abbott added nine points and six steals for Richmond (2-0).

Maggie Strohm and Emily Greenlee each had six points for Old Orchard (1-1).

MESSALONSKEE 59, HAMPDEN 36: Sophie Holmes had 28 points and six rebounds to lead the Eagles to the KVAC A win in Oakland.

McKenna Brodeur added eight points, while Makayla Wilson had three points and three assists for Messalonskee (2-0).

Alydia Brillant, Bailey Donovan and Braylee Wildman each scored eight points for Hampden (0-2).

MONMOUTH 61, WISCASSET 25: Tia Day had 11 points, eight steals and five assists to lead the host Mustangs to the MVC win.

Maddie Amero added eight points for Monmouth (2-0) while Audrey Fletcher had six points, five steals, five assists and six rebounds.

Wiscasset (0-2) was led by Maeve Blodgett with nine points.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 56, ERSKINE 53 OT: Gabby DePatsy scored 15 points to pace the Panthers to the KVAC B win in South China.

Chelsea Ripley added 14 points for Medomak Valley (1-1).

Catherine Silva led all scorers with 17 points for Erskine (0-2) while Jordan Linscott chipped in 14.

DIRIGO 45, HALL-DALE 35: Brittany Greig scored 12 points to pace the Cougars to the MVC win in Farmingdale.

Alexa Varnum added 11 points for Dirigo (1-1).

Sabrina Freeman had 14 points and 14 rebounds for Hall-Dale (0-2).

BOYS HOCKEY 

GARDINER 6, BRUNSWICK 3: Six different scorers lifted the Tigers to the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory at Brunswick.

Cam Bourassa, Alic Shorey, Cam Bigelow, Joe Clark, Ryan Kelley and Jake Folsom had the goals for Gardiner (2-0), which had a 4-1 lead after the first period and the final 6-3 advantage after two.

Jared Hummer, Andrew Eno and Michael Deveaux scored for Brunswick (0-1-1). Michael Poirier made 12 saves for Gardiner, while Riley Kirk stopped 27 shots for Brunswick.

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