KENTS HILL — Logan McDonald scored 16 points to lead the Kents Hill girls basketball team to a 49-28 win over Telstar on Friday.

Rose Jenkins added 10 points for the Huskies (2-0).

Morgan Zetts led all scorers with 18 points for the Rebels (0-6).

 

WINSLOW 57, LEAVITT 52: Harly Pomerleau scored 15 points to lead the Black Raiders to a win in Turner.

Leah Knight scored 14 points and Maddison Lower added 12 points for Winslow (3-7).

Jazzlyn Clark led the Hornets (1-8) with 14 points, while Delaney Ennis added 12.

 

RANGELEY 64, PINE TREE ACADEMY 39: Winnie LaRochelle paced the Lakers (2-1) with 23 points in a win over the Breakers (2-4) in Freeport.

Isa Whittler scored 16 points and Cheyanne Avery chipped in 12 for Rangeley. LaRochelle and Emily Eastlack (nine points) each had 10 assists.

Paige Tyson led Pine Tree with 27 points.

 

SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 46, TEMPLE ACADEMY 23: Breckyn Winship recorded 22 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and six steals as the Guardians (3-3) topped the Bereans (1-6) in Eliot.

Kaitlyn Jandreau added 11 points for Seacoast Christian.

Isabella Baker led Temple with 16 points.

 

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CONY 71, MESSALONSKEE 64: Luke Briggs scored 27 points and Kam Douin added 21 points as the Rams beat the Eagles in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game in Oakland.

Dom Napolitano added 12 points for Cony (8-3).

Alden Doran led Messalonskee (0-10) with 20 points. Sam Dube scored 15 points and Daniel Parent added 12 for the Eagles.

 

PINE TREE ACADEMY 51, RANGELEY 37: Silas Yeaton lead the Breakers (1-6) with 18 points in a win over the Lakers (0-3) in Freeport.

Alden Thacker added 14 points and Ben Ndamukunda had 11.

Malcolm Black finished with nine points for Rangeley.

 

OCEANSIDE 69, ERSKINE 35: Carter Galley scored 25 points for the Mariners in a win over the Eagles in South China.

Bodhi Ames scored 13 points, while Austin Chilles added 12 points for Oceanside (7-3).

Kaden Porter led Erskine (0-10) with 15 points, while Liam Perfetto added six points.

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