The always-busy Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference took the night off Monday, giving the spotlight to the Midcoast’s two Class C schools as the Georges Valley girls and Searsport boys both were in action on the hardwood.

The Buccaneer girls prevailed in their road contest against host Lisbon of Lisbon Falls, while the Viking boys could not contain the visiting Tigers of Sumner in their home contest.

Georges Valley girls 58, Lisbon 34 … At Lisbon, the Bucs used a 24-8 third-quarter run to distance themselves from the host Greyhounds and earn a second straight win. Georges Valley led 13-6, 28-14 and 52-22 at the quarter breaks.

Kennadi Grover netted 15 points to lead the Bucs, while Jill Bradbury added 13; Jessie Veilleux, seven; Colleen Haskell, Jennifer Denault and Katlyn Rich, all five; Brianna Bodman and Rachel Frye, both three; and Erika Brooks, two.

For Lisbon (3-6), Alexa Harmon netted 13 points, while Denise Thomas and Jessica Campbell each added six; Allie Fitzgerald, five; and Bailey Madore and Haley Eck, each two.

Georges Valley netted 10-of-18 free throws (56 percent), while Lisbon converted 4-of-10 (40 percent).

Georges Valley (5-4, 11.9753 points) is 10th in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class C, while Livermore Falls (8-1, 32.8086 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Sumner boys 56, Searsport 41 … At Searsport, the host Vikings could not overtake the Tigers of East Sullivan and fell by a 15-point margin. Sumner led 15-6, 32-19 and 40-32 at the quarter breaks.

Shane Seekins had 11 points and five assists to lead Searsport, while Rocky Faunce added nine points and 10 boards. Also contributing to the offense were Milton Jones (8 points), Dillan Moody (6 points), Allen Connor (5 points) and Buddy Ellis (2 points).

For Sumner, Bretty Deniger netted 19 points, while Gabe O’Brien added 15; Tyler Martin, 10; Brandon Tenney, four; and Justin Chipman, two.

“They are an aggressive, up-tempo team that likes to force turnovers and run,” said Searsport coach Brad Cook of Sumner. “Defensively, we did a nice job and held them to 56 points — their second lowest output of the season.”

The Tigers (7-1) had been averaging 64 points prior to Monday’s game against the Vikings. Coach Cook said his team was encouraged given Sumner’s record, adding “we demonstrated we can compete at that level.”

Searsport (1-7, 1.6975 points) is 16th overall in Eastern Class C. Lee Academy (7-0, 25.7099) is the top team in the 20-team region.

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