WALDOBORO — In its ongoing quest to prepare of the 2022-23 campaign, the Medomak Valley girls basketball team battled another high school court opponent in preseason action, this time against Erskine Academy of South China in the Panthers’ bright, beautifully-painted gymnasium.

The hosts looked solid in all aspects of the game en route to a 38-24 win over the Eagles on Tuesday night, Nov. 29.

Medomak Valley’s Audrey Jackson (22), among others. Photo by Ken Waltz

The Panthers led 10-6, 22-10 and 32-15 at the quarter breaks.

Medomak Valley, which appears to have significant height for interior play, as well as quickness from their talented guards, was led by Addison McCormick with 11 points, while Maya Cannon added eight; Audrey Jackson, seven; Kytana Williamson and Sara Nelson, four; and Hayley Puchalski and Lilly Christ, two.

Medomak Valley’s Hayley Puchalski, right, and Erskine Academy’s Mackenzie Tener. Photo by Ken Waltz

The Panthers made 4-of-8 free throws (50 percent) and Williamson and Jackson connected on three-pointers.

For Erskine Academy, Cassie LeCroix tallied nine points, while Emma Stred added six; Caleigh Crocker and Gabby Sasse, three; Parker Minzy, two; and Mackenzie Tener, one.

The Eagles netted 7-of-10 foul shots (70 percent), while LeCroix made the lone trey.

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