FARMINGTON — After missing most of the season with a broken wrist, Garrett Reynolds returned to score 32 points and lead the Mt. Blue boys basketball team to a 70-51 victory over Leavitt in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Friday night.

James Anderson had a double-double, scoring 16 points and grabbing 10 rebounds, while Caleb Talbot also had 10 rebounds for the Cougars (1-11).

Wyatt Hathaway led Leavitt (5-7) with 27 points.

NOKOMIS 60, CAMDEN HILLS 54: Zach Hartsgrove scored 16 points to lead the Warriors to a KVAC A victory in Newport.

Josh Smestad scored 15 points while Josh Perry added nine for Nokomis (7-5).

Daniel Peabody and Noah Heidorn each scored 18 points for Camden Hills (7-5).

BRUNSWICK 65, MESSALONSKEE 45: Tucker Charles and Chase Warren each scored 12 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Eagles dropped a KVAC A game in Brunswick.

Colby Charette added six points for Messalonskee (5-7).

Noah Cox led the Dragons (8-3) with 16 points.

VALLEY 76, RANGELEY 48: Josh Brown scored 21 points and had 11 assists to lead the Cavaliers in Bingham.

Mason Wyman scored nine points and had 10 rebounds, while Keegan Farnham had 11 points and six assists for Valley (10-2).

Kyle LaRochelle led Rangeley (8-5) with 26 points.

ERSKINE 55, BELFAST 50: Braden Soule scored 15 points to lead the Eagles in Belfast.

Gavin Blanchard had eight points and 12 rebounds, while Jacob Praul had eight points and seven rebounds for Erskine (4-7).

Stanley Sturgis led Belfast (5-6) with 18 points.

TEMPLE 68, FOREST HILLS 62: Ilija Inokovic’s 21 points led the Bereans to the East/West Conference victory in Jackman.

Micah Riportella had 13 points, Noah Shepherd had 12 and Nicholas Blaisdell added 10 for Temple (6-6).

Brandon Gilboe scored a game-high 35 points to lead the Tigers (9-4), while Hunter Cuddy added 11.

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RANGELEY 58, VALLEY 33: Natasha Haley scored 17 points to lead the Lakers to a victory over the Cavaliers in Bingham.

Lauren Eastlack added 10 points for Rangeley (11-2).

Kendra Sweet scored nine points for Valley (3-8), while Lexi Davis added eight points.

RICHMOND 42, CARRABEC 19: Sydney Tilton scored 13 points to go along with 12 rebounds as the Bobcats cruised to the C South victory in Richmond.

Caitlin Kendrick scored 10 points for Richmond (9-4).

Bailey Dunphy scored eight points to lead the Cobras (5-8).

BRUNSWICK 55, MESSALONSKEE 43: Charlotte MacMillan scored a game-high 27 points and Marley Groat added 10 as the Dragons (11-0) prevailed in a rematch of the Class A state title game last season.

Gabrielle Wener scored a team-high 13 points for Messalonskee (8-4) while Ally Turner added eight.

LAWRENCE 60, CONY 25: Keagan Alley scored 15 points to lead the Bulldogs in Fairfield.

Brooklynn Lambert scored 13 points, while Megan Curtis added 11 points for Lawrence (5-5).

Sarah Caron led Cony (1-11) with eight points.

ERSKINE 50, BELFAST 21: Lydia Boucher scored 13 points to lead the Eagles in South China.

Joanna Linscott added seven points for Erskine (3-8).

Grace Fitzjurls scored eight points to lead Belfast (0-12).

WINSLOW 49, MOUNT VIEW 25: Haley Ward scored 19 points to lead the Black Raiders to a KVAC B victory in Winslow.

Weslee Littlefield added 10 points for Winslow (9-2).

Andrea Crosby led Mount View (2-9) with 12 points, while Shala Davis added six points.

TEMPLE ACADEMY 53, FOREST HILLS 47: Delaney Carr led the Bereans with 23 points in a victory in Jackman.

Selam Heinrich scored 16 points, while Olivia Baker and Daphne Labbe each added six points for Temple (7-6).

Demi Giroux led Forest Hills (4-9) with 16 points, while Alex Lessard added 15 points.

WATERVILLE 78, MARANACOOK 19: Maddi Martin earned a double-double with 15 points and 10 steals to lead the Purple Panthers in Waterville.

Sadie Garland and MacKenzie St. Pierre each scored 14 points, while Paige St. Pierre and Abigail Soucier each added 11 points for Waterville (7-5).

Anna Drillen led Maranacook (2-10) with five points.

OCEANSIDE 59, MCI 47: April McAlpine scored 20 points, but it wasn’t enough for the Huskies (9-3), who fell in Rockland.

Gabby Simmons led Oceanside (6-6) with 16 points.

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