December 14, 2012

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Kemp's 24 points carry Mustangs

Kennebec Journal staff

MONMOUTH — Kylie Kemp scored 24 points and hauled in 10 rebounds to lead Mon-mouth past Hall-Dale 59-55 in a Mountain Valley Conference girls basketball game Thursday.

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Monmouth senior guard Danielle Bumann, left, tries to regain control of the ball after Hall-Dale freshman forward Molly French knocked it away from her Thursday at Monmouth Academy. The Mustangs won, 59-55. For local roundup, see C3.

Staff photo by Joe Phelan

Danielle Bumann and Sierra Spencer each added eight points and seven rebounds for the Mustangs (2-0) while Melissa Brassard chipped in with 12 points.

Hall-Dale (1-2) was led by Allison Crockett with 15 points, Nicole Pelletier with 14 and Natasha Brown with 12.

Spruce Mountain 51, Mt. Abram 21: Kailee Newcomb scored 12 points to lead the Phoenix to the Mountain Valley Conference win.

Samantha Richards added 10 points for Spruce Mountain (3-0). Miranda Smith led Mt. Abram (1-2) with 11 points.

Madison 60, Dirigo 33: Sam Bruce scored 17 points while Erika Parker had seven points and eight rebounds to lead the host Bulldogs (3-0) to the MVC win.

Dirigo (1-1) was led by Lauren Henderson and Sabrina Daud  with eight points apiece.

Boys basketball

Forest Hills 85, Pine Tree 27: Tanner Daigle scored 18 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead the Tigers to the Class D win in Jackman. Forest Hills (4-0) led 53-13 at the half. Evan Worster scored 18 points for the Tigers. Brandon Ouellette (15 points), Matt Turner (14) and Ryan Petrin (11) also reached double figures.

Zach Wilday led Pine Tree (1-3) with 14 points.

Boys hockey

Waterville 6, Mt. Ararat 1: Dalton Denis and Chris Lee each had two goals and two assists to lead the Purple Panthers to the win.

Tommy Samson also had two goals for Waterville (1-1-0). Will Bolduc and Tom Sturtevant had two assists apiece. Kaleb Kane made 19 saves.

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