December 12, 2012

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Lovely scores 31 in Winslow win

Morning Sentinel Staff

TURNER -- Trevor Lovely scored a game-high 31 points and the Winslow High School boys basketball team cruised to a 70-52 win over Leavitt in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B game Tuesday night.

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HAND OFF: Erskine Academy's Hannah Bridges, right, pitches the ball away from Lewiston High School's Jannessa Talarico during a game Tuesda in South China.

Staff photo by Andy Molloy

Lovely added four assists and four steals for Winslow (1-1). Austin Ireland chipped in 15 points, 14 rebounds and three blocks.

Andrew Middleton led Leavitt (1-1) with 19 points.

Lewiston 60, Erskine 54: The host Blue Devils pulled away in the second quarter en route to the KVAC Class A win.

Isiah Harris led Lewiston (1-1) with 13 points while Donne Agassou added 11.

For Erskine (0-2), Nathanial Trask scored 17 points and Devin Duncan 16.

Lawrence 59, Brunswick 49: Xavier Lewis scored 23 points and Spencer Carey added 17 to lead the Bulldogs to the KVAC A victory in Brunswick. Nick Noiles added nine points for Lawrence (2-0), which led just 13-9 after the first quarter before it pulled away for good in the second.

Ryan Black and Blake Gordon each scored 11 points to pace Brunswick (1-1).

Bangor 67, Messalonskee 57, OT: The Rams outscored the Eagles 12-2 in overtime on their way to a KVAC A win in Oakland.

Sean Tocci led Bangor (1-1) with 17 points, including five 3-pointers. Alex Campbell chipped in with 13.

Jordan Holmes scored 19 points and Elijah Steele 12 for Messalonskee (1-1).

Greenville 61, Valley 55: Henry Hersey scored 26 points and Howie Stone added 16 to lead Greenville to the Western D victory in Bingham.

Trevor Richards added seven points for Greenville (2-0). Carrington Miller scored 24 points and Josh West added 16 for Valley (1-1).

Forest Hills 71, Seacoast Christian 32: Derick Ouellette had 11 points and 14 rebounds as the Tigers took the Class D win at the Augusta Civic Center.

Forest Hills (3-0) led 32-11 after one quarter. Evan Worster scored a game-high 20 points for the Tigers. Matt Turner had 11 points and eight steals, and Brandon Ouellette had 13 points.

Silas Thompson led Seacoast Christian (1-1) with nine points.

Girls basketball

Skowhegan 55, Hampden 40: Morgan Buker finished with 11 points and eight rebounds to lead the Indians to the KVAC A victory in Skowhegan.

Cheyenne Malloy had 11 points and six assists for Skowhegan (1-1) as well. Taylor Johnson had nine points and five assists.

Erica Mahaney scored 14 points to pace the Broncos (0-2).

Bangor 57, Messalonskee 33: Denae Johnson scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Rams to a KVAC A win over the Eagles in Bangor.

The Rams (2-0) also received offensive help from Cordelia Stewart, who had 13 points and Jordan Seekins, who had 10 points.

Messalonskee (1-1) was led by Mikayla White and Kelsey Mayo, who each scored 10 points.

Madison 63, Mountain Valley 40: Bronte Elias had a double-double with 14 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs to the MVC win in Madison.

Sam Bruce added 12 points and seven rebounds for Madison (2-0), which led 22-1 after the first quarter.

Alex Jarvais and Emily McKenney each scored eight points as well.

Darby Brown scored 11 points to pace Mountain Valley (1-1).

Leavitt 47, Winslow 23: Kristen Anderson scored 19 points and Mariah Treadwell added nine to lead the Hornets to the KVAC B win in WInslow.

Meagan Down scored eight points for Leavitt (2-0) as well.

Alyssa Wood scored seven points to lead the Raiders (0-2).

Nokomis 52, Waterville 21: Anna Mackenzie scored 14 points as the Warriors cruised to a KVAC B w in in Newport.

Lindsay Whitney added 11 points for Nokomis, which improves to 2-0.

Jenna Gagnon scored 12 points for Waterville (0-2).

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