Scoring for Lincoln were Kari Jones 7, Stephanie Winchenbach 6, Kassie Lincoln 5, Marni Jones 4, Anna Budrow 2 and Sara Alley 1. Scoring for Mt.View were Jessica Smith 13, Hayleigh Kein 9, Chrissa Larrabee 7, Macy Montminy 6, Alexis Bennett 3, Dakota McAdam 2, Cassandra St.Clair 2.
A couple of big shots early in the fourth quarter from Winchenbach, Alley and Budrow helped the Eagles keep the game close. Winslow made four of 10 foul shots down the stretch, but Lincoln was unable to capitalize. Under stifling Raider defense, the Eagles did not score from the floor in the final four minutes of play.
Scoring for Lincoln were K. Jones 11 (4R,3S,6A), Winchenbach 9 (6R,2S), Lincoln 7, Becca Rice 3 (2A), M. Jones 2 (4R,2A), and Budrow 2 (2R,4S). Scoring for Winslow were Lindsay Gordon 14 (5R), Megan Pelletier 9 (7R,2S), Kasey Paquette 7, Allyson Sylvester 3, and Haley Madore 2.
Oak Hill shot 34 free throws in the game (making 21) to the Eagles 15, including a 14-5 advantage in the final frame.
“That should never happen. I have never been so angry at officials,” coach Sam Farrell said of the lopsided calls. A frustrated Farrell said Lincoln fans were told to quiet down, while Oak Hill fans were left un-tethered to taunt him and his players.
The Raiders led 11-9 at the quarter, 34-27 at the half and 43-32 at the end of three, before rallying in the 4th quarter to pull within a basket.
Scoring for the Eagles were Winchenbach 18, K. Jones 14 (9R,4A,5S,4-3’s), M. Jones 9, Rice 5, Sarah Alley 4 (three offensive rebounds), Lincoln 2, and Budrow 2.
Scoring for Oak Hill were Maggie Sabine 30 (13 for 15 at the line), Alex Donald 15, Darby Beauleu 6, Goulet 3, Carrie Hayden 2, Becca Levoytay 2, and Devan Adar 2.
Lincoln girls are 6-5.