RICHMOND — Ashtyn Abbott scored 25 points to pace the Hall-Dale boys basketball team past Richmond 76-44 in Mountain Valley Conference action Saturday.

Austin Stebbins added 15 points for Hall-Dale (16-1) while Alec Byron chipped in 12.

Richmond (5-12) was led by Calob Densmore with 19 points and Ben Young added 10 points and 11 rebounds. Kenny Bing hauled in 12 rebounds

RANGELEY 66, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 19: Eighth-grade guard Trevor Dolbier launched 27 points as Rangeley submerged Greater Portland Christian.

Freshman center Chase Carmichael contributed 10 points for the Lakers (12-5).

The Lions (0-10) were paced by junior center Christian Patterson, who had 13 points in the losing effort.

DIRIGO 50, MONMOUTH 42: A month ago, Monmouth handed Dirigo an 11-point loss in Monmouth by playing physical defense and working the inside-outside combination of Connor Davies and Gabe Martin.

Dirigo turned the tables during Saturday’s senior day matinee and picked up a crucial win in Defoe Gymnasium.

Jeremy St. Germain dominated the paint with 21 points and 16 rebounds, while Mateo Lapointe added 13 points, including four 3-pointers, for the Cougars (7-9), who only trailed briefly early in the second quarter.

St. Germain and Lapointe also played key roles in neutralizing Davies and Martin. Davies, a senior forward matched up with St. Germain, had 30 points and 11 rebounds last time, but was plagued with foul trouble and finished with 13 points and seven rebounds.

Dylan Lajoie led the Mustangs (12-6) with 15 points in their regular-season finale.


TEMPLE ACADEMY 43, PINE TREE ACADEMY 25: Deleyni Carr scored a game-high 22 points to lead the Bereans to the Class D win.

Olivia Baker added six points for Temple (14-3).

Jordan Milano and Regency Sandy each scored six for Pine Tree (8-9).


YORK 5, MARANACOOK/WINTHROP/MADISON 1: Andrew Bertolini had two goals and an assist to lead the Wildcats to the win in Kents Hill.

Dalton McCann added a goal and three assists for York (8-5) while Max Pickett and Jake Nelson also scored.

Coleman Watson scored the lone goal for the Hawks (1-10) and Isaac Parker had the assist.

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