BREWER — Three Bulldogs scored in double figures and Lawrence earned its first Class A North win of the season with a 52-42 victory over Brewer in girls basketball on Thursday night.

Molly Folsom led Lawrence (1-2) with 12 points, while Brooklyn Lambert and Hunter Mercier each scored 10 points. Morgan Boudreau added eight.

Courtney Pearson led all scorers for Brewer (1-2) with 13.

HAMPDEN 38, MT. BLUE 25: The Broncos started quickly and finished strong en route to the KVAC A win in Farmington. Hampden outscored Mt. Blue 12-3 in the opening quarter and then held the Cougars to just three points in the final period.

Bailey Donovan had 13 points to pace Hampden (1-2).

Hannah LeClair scored five points for Mt. Blue (0-3).

MADISON 63, MT. ABRAM 33: Sydney LeBlanc scored a game-high 21 points and Lauren Hay added nine to lead the Bulldogs to the Mountain Valley Conference victory in Salem.

Emily Edgerly chipped in with eight points for Madison (2-1).

Alora Ross and Marya Beedy each scored seven points to lead the Roadrunners (1-1).

MOUNT VIEW 45, BELFAST 32: The Mustangs took the KVAC B win in Thorndike. Both teams are now 1-1. Andrea Crosby scored 21 points to lead the victors.

BOYS BASKETBALL

HAMPDEN 65, MT. BLUE 24: Ian MacIntyre scored nine of his 17 points in the first quarter as the Broncos took an 18-2 lead and never looked back in a KVAC A win.

Tommy Raye added 11 points for Hampden (3-0).

Cooper Hollingsworth and Garrett Reynolds each scored five points for Mt. Blue (0-3).

WINSLOW 57, WATERVILLE 33: Spencer Miranda scored a game-high 14 points and Keanu Earle added 11 as the Black Raiders rolled to the KVAC B victory. Jack Morneault scored 10 for Winslow (3-0).

Waterville dropped to 0-3.

BREWER 55, LAWRENCE 44: Kobe Rogerson had 15 points, one of three Witches in double figures, as Brewer won in Fairfield.

Mason Cooper scored a game-high 23 points for Lawrence (0-3).

Michael Bailey had 13 points and Tyler Hafford added 12 for Brewer (3-0).

MADISON 59, MT. ABRAM 27: Mitch Jarvais had 20 points and the Bulldogs pulled away early in the second half for the MVC win in Madison.

Madison (3-0) outscored the Roadrunners (0-2) 19-2 in the third quarter en route to the win. Nick Morales added nine points for the Bulldogs.

Mt. Abram was led by nine points from Dan Luce.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 54, MESSALONSKEE 42: The Panthers overcame a two-point halftime deficit to post the KVAC A win in Waldoboro.

Kyle Donlin scored a game-high 22 for Medomak Valley (3-0).

Nate Violette poured in 17 points for Messalonskee (1-2). Cole Wood added 10 points.

NOKOMIS 79, MCI 54: Zach Hartsgrove scored a game-high 21 points and Josh Smestad added 16 to lead the Warriors to the KVAC victory in Pittsfield.

Smestad also added five rebounds and four assists while Hartsgrove had seven rebounds. Brad Allen also had a big game, scoring 10 points to go along with 12 rebounds, six assists and four steals for Nokomis (3-0).

Joe Cloutier scored 14 points for Nokomis as well.

Pedro Matos scored a team-high 15 points for MCI (0-3).

GIRLS HOCKEY

WINSLOW/GARDINER 9, PORTLAND 2: In a game played Wednesday night, Sarah Morgan and Anna Chadwick each scored twice to lead the Black Tigers.

Evelyn Hinkley had a goal and two assists for Winslow/Gardiner, while Julia Hinkley had a goal and an assist and Katie Larsen and Liz Nadeau also scored. Cassandra Demers made 20 saves for the Black Tigers.

BOYS HOCKEY

WATERVILLE 13, CAMDEN HILLS 1: Zach Smith and Jackson Aldrich each scored three goals to lead the Purple Panthers to the Class B victory Wednesday night at Colby.

Aldrich also had three assists. Michael Bolduc scored two goals and three assists as well for Waterville (2-0-0).

Andrew Rodrigue had a goal and three assists to give him 11 points in two games. He is four shy from breaking the all-time Waterville scoring record for a defenseman.

Camden dropped to 0-3.


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