SKOWHEGAN — Marcus Christopher scored 20 points and and Carter Hunt added 12 to help the Skowhegan boys basketball team sink Messalonskee 54-43 in a pivotal Class A North game Tuesday night.

Matush Prokop had eight points and nine rebounds for the Indians (7-10), which is trying to hold off Brewer for the final playoff spot in A North.

Matthew Parent had 10 points for the Eagles (8-9).

 

MARANACOOK 63, WINSLOW 44: Cash McClure and Duncan Rogers each scored 13 points as the Black Bears sank the Raiders in Winslow.

Rogers scored nine points in the 3rd quarter to break open a 23-17 game.

Mitch Root scored 11 points for Maranacook (15-2).

Colby Pomeroy scored 11 points for the Black Raiders (9-8).

 

WATERVILLE 79, BELFAST 65: Jack Thompson (14 points, 14 rebounds) and Jack Lloyd (10 points, 13 rebounds) each had a double-double as the Panthers sank the Lions in Belfast.

David Barre scored 22 points for Waterville (4-13).

Jason Bartlett scored 25 points to pace Belfast (2-15).

 

OXFORD HILLS 90, GARDINER 41: William Dieterich scored 20 points and Colton Carson added 19 as the Vikings prevailed in Gardiner.

Spencer Strong added 18 points for the Vikings (12-6) as well.

Luke Stevens led Gardiner (2-15) with 16 points.

 

FOREST HILLS 67, VINALHAVEN 35: Parker Desjardins scored a game-high 33 points and Hunter Cuddy added 14 as the Tigers rolled past the Vikings.

Dalton Gregoire scored nine points for the Tigers (18-0).

Vinalhaven dropped to 2-14.

 

HALL-DALE 75, OAK HILL 47: Alec Byron scored a game-high 19 points and Ashtyn Abbott added 12 as the Bulldogs rolled past the Raiders in a Mountain Valley Conference game Tuesday night in Farmingdale.

Tim Cookson grabbed nine rebounds for Hall-Dale (17-1).

Gavin Rawstron scored 12 points to lead Oak Hill (5-12).

 

CONY 93, MORSE 48: Dakota Dearborn scored 18 points to lead the Rams to a win over the Shipbuilders in Bath.

The Rams (13-4) knocked down 20 3-pointers in the contest. Kyle Douin scored 17 points, while Luke Briggs added 14 points for Cony.

Simon McCormick had nine assists and seven steals for the Rams.

Thomas Warren led Morse (4-13) with 18 points.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

RANGELEY 35, TEMPLE 30: Winnie LaRochelle scored a team-high 13 points and Lauren Eastlack turned in a strong all-around game as the Lakers held off the Bereans in a D South game.

Eastlack had eight rebounds, five steals and three points for Rangeley (16-1).

Hannah Hubbard scored 12 points to pace Temple (4-4).

 

WATERVILLE 54, BELFAST 32: Madeleine Martin scored a game-high 19 points as the Purple Panthers moved one step closer to an undefeated regular season with the KVAC B win in Waterville.

Kali Thompson added nine points and 14 rebounds for Waterville (17-0), and Abi Saucier poured in 12 points.

Belfast (0-17) got an 11-point effort from Grace Fitzjurls.

 

WINSLOW 50, MARANACOOK 30: Weslee Littlefield’s game-high 17 points helped the Black Raiders snap a three-game losing streak with the KVAC B win in Readfield.

Silver Clukey added 11 points for Winslow (11-6), and Maeghan Bernard chipped in with seven points and five rebounds.

Grace Despres scored 13 points to lead Maranacook (9-8).

 

OXFORD HILLS 76, GARDINER 48: A 26-9 second quarter helped the Vikings pull away to the KVAC win in South Paris.

Julia Colby — one of four Vikings to finish in double figures —scored 23 points to lead Oxford Hills (16-2), while Cecilia Dieterich added 17 more.

Jaycie Stevens scored 14 points to lead Gardiner (11-6).

 

CONY 65, MORSE 39: Three Rams finished in double figures en route to the KVAC win in Augusta.

Julia Reny and Linelys Velazquez each scored 11 points for Cony (2-15), while Alyssa Redman added 10 more in the victory.

Marija Medencia scored a game-high 17 for Morse (0-17).

 

KENTS HILL 45, BUCKFIELD 33: Jarni Hewins scored 18 points and Lauren Murray added 12 to pace the Huskies.

Sunny Yan also contributed with six points for Kents Hill (5-10).

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