January 11, 2013

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Sabine's double-double lifts Oak Hill

WALES — Freshman Grace Sabine scored 12 points and hauled in 10 rebounds to lead Oak Hill past Mountain Valley 56-49 in a Mountain Valley Conference girls basketball game Friday.

Hayley Marshall led the scoring with 15 points for the Raiders (5-5) while Sadie Goulet and Julie Morneault scored nine apiece.

The Falcons (4-6) were led by Darbi Brown with a game-high 20 points.

Gardiner 43, Medomak Valley 25: Kylee Granholm scored a game-high 17 points to go along with five steals to lead the host Tigers to the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B win.

Rachel Quirion added eight points for Gardiner (6-3).

Justice Barrows led the Panthers (3-7) with eight points.

Richmond 59, Vinalhaven 36: Jamie Plummer had 23 points and 12 rebounds as the Bobcats won the East/West Conference game in Richmond.

Noell Acord added 12 points, seven rebonds and four steals for Richmond (7-2).

Ellie Reidy had eight points for Vinalhaven (4-5).

Bangor 65, Erskine 35: Denae Johnson scored a game-high 18 points and Jordan Seekins added 13 to lead the Rams to the KVAC A victory in South China.

Cordella Stewart scored eight points for Bangor (7-3).

Bridget Humphrey scored 10 points to pace Erskine (0-10).

Oxford Hills 52, Messalonskee 27: Crystal West scored 13 points to lead the Vikings to the KVAC A win in South Paris.

Alex Rowe and Mikayla Morin added eight points apiece for Oxford Hills (7-3).

Kelsey Mayo led the Eagles (5-5) with eight points.

Camden Hills 42, Maranacook 40: Jordan Knowlton scored 19 points and the Black Bears had a game-tying shot go in-and-out at the buzzer as the Windjammers escaped with the victory in Rockport.

Christine Miller led Maranacook (5-5) with 12 points. Mariah Vining added 11 and Catherine Sanborn chipped in with eight. Camden Hills is 6-4.

Dirigo 41, Winthrop 27: Kelsey Hutchins scored 13 points as the Cougars won the MVC game in Winthrop.

Jess Conant added nine points for Dirigo (1-9).

Cat Ouellette had 15 points and Shauna Carlson eight for Winthrop (1-9).

Spruce Mountain 53, Monmouth 34: Nicole Hamblin scored 22 points as the Phoenix won an MVC game in Monmouth.

Sierra Spencer had 17 points for Monmouth (7-2).

Kailee Newcomb added 14 points for Spruce Mountain (10-0).

Boys basketball

Medomak 56, Gardiner 45:
The Panthers outscored the Tigers 17-4 in the fourth quarter en route to the KVAC B win in Waldoboro.

John Murray led the winners with 15 points while Ryan Ripley added 13.

Tyler Jamison paced Gardiner (3-6) with 18 points and eight rebounds while Dennis Meehan grabbed 12 rebounds and had four steals. Medomak is 8-2.

Cony 56, Skowhegan 36: Mitch Bonenfant scored a game-high 15 points and Kyle Elvin added 14 points to lead the Rams to a KVAC A win in Skowhegan.

Cony (4-6) had the advantage on the boards, grabbing 18 offensive rebounds.

Sam Wheeler had nine points for Skowhegan (1-9).

Dirigo 70, Winthrop 57: The visiting Cougars outscored the Ramblers 30-17 in the fourth quarter to remain unbeaten in Western C play.

The teams were tied 40-40 after three quarters before Hunter Ross and freshman Riley Robinson combined for 15 points in the fourth. Robinson finished with 19 points for the game while Ross added 15. Robbie Babb chipped in 14 for Dirigo (10-0).

Hunter Kilgore scored a game-high 19 points for Winthrop (5-5). Freshman Anthony Owens added 11.

Kents Hill 61, Berwick 54: Eli Roberts had 18 points as the Huskies won in Kents Hill.
Nelkas Kwemo and Trevor Guity each added 11 points for Kents Hill (4-5).

Tom Nason led all scorers with 20 points, while Steven Shervahn had 10 points for Berwick.

Messalonskee 51, Oxford Hills 45: Jordan Holmes, Nick Mayo and Jordan Carson all had nine points as the Eagles won a KVAC A game in Oakland.

Aaron Gagne added eight points for Messalonskee (5-5).

Jake Palmer scored 12 points for Oxford Hills (4-6).

 

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