GARDINER — Lizzy Gruber and Kassidy Collins had double-doubles to lead the Gardiner girls basketball team to a 48-36 victory over Hall-Dale Monday.

Gruber had 13 points, 16 rebounds and five blocks, while Collins had 13 points and 14 boards. Savannah Brown added 11 points for Gardiner (5-2).

Hayden Madore led the Bulldogs (3-5) with 10 points. Iris Ireland added six.

 

NOKOMIS 43, FOXCROFT ACADEMY 27: Maya Cooney scored 12 points to lead the Warriors to a win over the Ponies in Newport.

Brianna Townsend scored eight points and had 10 rebounds, while Lexy Mayhew added seven points for Nokomis.

Ainsley Ade and Kiya Cook each had eight points for Foxcroft.

 

OAK HILL 61, LISBON 4: Twelve Raiders (1-1) scored in their home win over the Greyhounds (0-2) in Wales.

Gabby Chessie led the charge with 13 points for Oak Hill. Ari Thibeault contributed nine points and Aubrey McElaney scored eight.

Mercedes Blanchette and Madyson Ramsey each scored a basket for Lisbon.

 

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OAK HILL 54, LISBON 45: The Raiders (3-0) took control in the third quarter and remained unbeaten by earning a win over the Greyhounds (0-2) in Lisbon.

After trailing by two points, 29-27, at halftime, Oak Hill outscored Lisbon 12-4 in the third quarter and then added to their lead with a 15-12 advantage in the fourth period.

Gavin Rawstron topped all scorers with 21 points for Oak Hill. Ramon Spearman added 10 and Jackson Arbour finished with nine.

Owen Smith scored a team-high 12 points and Levi Tibbetts scored nine for Lisbon.

 

GARDINER 57, HALL-DALE 42: Kalvin Catchings scored 18 points to lead the Tigers to the victory in Gardiner.

Catchings added 12 rebounds and four blocks, while Wyatt Chadwick added eight points and six rebounds and Braden Dorogi had eight points and six assists for the Tigers (2-5). Ryan Moore had nine points, and Kyle Adams grabbed nine rebounds.

Ian Stebbins had 15 points for Hall-Dale. Jackson Leach and Sam Sheaffer scored eight apiece for the Bulldogs (4-3).

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