OAKLAND — What a difference a week makes.

The ninth-seeded Mt. Blue girls basketball team surprised No. 8 Messalonskee 53-47 in overtime of a Class A/B prelim game Tuesday night.

Messalonskee sank Mt. Blue by 16 points in a game played last week.

“We just lost to this team by 16 points last week, so this feels great,” Mt. Blue coach Zac Conlogue said. “It got shaky at times but we pulled ourselves together.”

Messalonskee trailed by five with about a minute left before forcing overtime when Brennan Doran hit a layup in the closing seconds of regulation.

However, the Cougars made 8 of their 11 free throws in overtime to grab the victory.


“This is why practice them,” Conlogue said.

Kiely Reynolds scored 16 points and Eva Stevens added 12 to pace Mt. Blue. Katelyn Daggett scored 11 for the victors as well.

Doran scored 15 points to lead the Eagles.


MOUNTAIN VALLEY 58, MT. ABRAM 29: Rylee Sevigny dropped in 25 points as the Falcons doubled up the Roadrunners 58-29 in Rumford.

Sevigny is 35 points from 1,000 career points.


Autumn Freeman chipped in with 12 points for Mountain Valley.

Abi Wilcox and Maddie Phelps each had eight point for Mt. Abram.


HALL-DALE 41, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 36: KK Wills had 11 points to lead the Bulldogs (6-6) to the victory in their final regular season game.

KJ Greenhalgh had eight points and Hayden Madore scored six for Hall-Dale.

Aubrey Kachnovich led Spruce Mountain (5-6) with seven points.





CARRABEC 72, VALLEY 53: Luke Carey scored 28 points to lead the Cobras over Valley in a central Maine basketball tournament prelim

Elijah Canales scored 13 points, while Robert Lindblom added 10 points for the Cobras.

Thomas Bishop led the Cavaliers with 26 points, while Nikalis Shrader added nine points.



POLAND 44, OAK HILL 40: Hunter Gibson scored 17 points for the Knights in a win over the Raiders in Wales.

Isaiah Hill added 14 points for Poland.

Gavin Rawstron led Oak Hill with 12 points, while Ramon Spearman added eight points.

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