READFIELD — Thanks to a 15-2 run to start the second half, the Maranacook girls basketball team cruised to a 50-31 win over Belfast in a Class B game Friday night.

Grace Despres and Gabby Green each had double-doubles for the Black Bears (4-12). Despres had 14 points and 13 rebounds, while Green scored 11 points and had 10 rebounds.

Anna Drillen had a game-high 15 points for Maranacook, all off of 3-pointers.

Kayci Faulkingham led the Lions (0-16) with seven points.

EDWARD LITTLE 47, MESSALONSKEE 44: Ally Turner scored 18 points, but it wasn’t enough for the Eagles, who fell to the Red Eddies in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game in Oakland.

Gabrielle Wener added 12 points for Messalonskee (10-6).


Hannah Chaput led Edward Little (11-5) with 13 points, while Grace Fontaine added 12.

MONMOUTH 62, DIRIGO 26: The Mustangs held the Cougars to six first half points on the way to the Mountain Valley Conference win.

Kaeti Butterfield scored 12 points for Monmouth (16-1), while Abbey Allen added 11. Tweleve players scored for the Mustangs.

Alex Perreault and Alex Varnum each scored six points for Dirigo (2-15).

RANGELEY 40, KENTS HILL 28: Natasha Haley scored 18 points to lead the Lakers to a win over the Huskies in Kents Hill.

Brooke Egan added eight points for Rangeley (15-2).


Lauren Murray scored 10 points for Kents Hill (10-5), while Jarni Hewins added eight points.


ERSKINE 50, MOUNT VIEW 29: Chandler Moore scored a game-high 14 points to lead the Eagles to the win in South China.

Jack Jowett added seven points for Erskine (7-10) while Braden Soule and Sage Hapgood-Belanger scored six apiece.

Mount View (1-16) was led by Matt Overlock with seven points.

EDWARD LITTLE 61, MESSALONSKEE 45: Dawson Charles scored 12 points as the Eagles fell to the Red Eddies in Auburn.

Chase Warren added 10 points for Messalonskee (7-9).

Durby Shea scored 21 points for Edward Little (11-4).

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