FARMINGDALE — Lauren Hay scored 20 points to help the Madison girls basketball team roll past Hall-Dale 61-28 in a Mountain Valley Conference game Wednesday night.

Sydney LeBlanc scored 17 points for Madison (5-0), while Emily Edgerly added seven.

Cat Kincaid earned a double-double for Hall-Dale (2-2), scoring 10 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Amanda Benner had four points and 10 rebounds.

TEMPLE 40, BUCKFIELD 23: Olivia Baker scored a game-high 12 points and Deleyni Carr added nine as the Bereans prevailed in Buckfield. Selam Heinrich chipped in with seven points for Temple (1-3).

Hannah Shields scored 11 points to pace Buckfield (1-3).

MONMOUTH 70, LISBON 30: Kaeti Butterfield scored a team-high 15 points to go along with six rebounds as the Mustangs cruised in an MVC game in Monmouth. Tia Day scored 14 points to go along with eight assists for the Mustangs (3-1).

Gianna Russo scored 14 points for Lisbon (0-4).

OXFORD HILLS 61, LAWRENCE 52: Megan Curtis scored 14 points for the Bulldogs in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference game in Fairfield.

Camryn Caldwell and Keagan Alley each added 11 points for Lawrence (2-2).

Jadah Adams led Oxford Hills (2-1) with 18 points, while Maighread Laliberte added 12.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 42, CARRABEC 40: Rylee Serigay scored 19 points and Avery Serigay added nine as the Falcons prevailed in North Anson.

Bailey Dunphy scored 16 points for the Cobras (2-2).


OXFORD HILLS 48, LAWRENCE 41: Nick Robertson scored 15 points, but it wasn’t enough for the Bulldogs, who fell in South Paris.

Isaiah Schooler scored seven points, while Kobe Nadeau added six points for Lawrence (2-2).

Chris St. Pierre and Colton Carson each scored 11 points for Oxford Hills (1-2).

BUCKFIELD 54, TEMPLE 40: Ethan Jackson scored 24 points and Zach Grover added seven points to lead the Bucks in Buckfield.

Ilija Ivkovic led Temple (3-1) with 17 points.


GREELY 10, WINSLOW/GARDINER 3: Courtney Sullivan scored four goals and Bridget Roberts added three to lead the Rangers in Falmouth.

Evelyn Hinkley scored two goals and Anna Chadwick also scored to lead the Black Tigers.

Cassie Demers had 22 saves for Winslow/Gardiner (5-2-0).

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