Welcome to the Mountain Valley Conference web site. Established in 1964 to serve schools in Western Maine, the charter members were Farmington High School, Gould Academy, Hall-Dale High School, Jay High School, Livermore Falls High School, Mexico High School, and Wilton Academy. We have gone through several changes over the years, and we presently have a 13-school membership. We hope our site will be a great resource for players, fans, coaches, and the media.
2023-24 Winter All Stars Announced
The sport and academic all-stars for the 2023-24 winter season have been announced. Congratulations to these students who have excelled on the court, the slopes, the trails, and in the classroom. Use the links below to view our all-stars.
Mt. Abram Captures Boys Basketball Championship
February 10: The top-seeded Mt. Abram Roadrunners captured the 2024 Mountain Valley Conference Championship, defeating Maranacook 77-67 at Lewiston High School. The two teams had split their two regular season games, with each team winning at home.
The 16-2 Roadrunners jumped out to an 18-12 first quarter lead with all 5 of their starters scoring. Senior guard Brandon Chilton drained a couple of threes, including a buzzer beater, to pace the Black Bears.
In the second stanza, Mt. Abram extended their lead by 2 points to take a 37-29 lead at intermission. Junior forward Logan Dube scored 8 points in the quarter for the Roadrunners while 6’3” senior center Robbie Vivenzio scored 6 points for the Bears.
In the third period, Mt. Abram rode the hot hand of senior guard Cam Gray, who drained 2 from behind the arc and scored 8 points. Freshman guard Jack Fontaine dropped in 7 points in the period for Maranacook, but the Roadrunners were able to extend their lead to 57-44.
Hall-Dale Girls Win MVC Basketball Championship
February 10, 2024: The Hall-Dale Bulldogs avenged their only loss of the regular season by defeating Spruce Mountain to capture the 2024 Mountain Valley Conference girls basketball championship at Lewiston High School.
Hall-Dale jumped out to a 16-2 lead in the first quarter on the scoring of 5’5” senior guard Hayden Madore, who had 9 points, including 3 from beyond the arc. Spruce Mountain’s only points came from a basket by senior forward Elizabeth Grondin.
The Phoenix defense stiffened in the second quarter, holding the Bulldogs to just 5 points. Their 12 points cut the lead to 21-14 at the half.
Spruce Mountain came out after halftime hoping to cut into the lead, but could only muster 4 points on a couple of hoops by freshman Maddie Grimaldi. Hall-Dale scored 9 points in the quarter to lead 30-18 after 3 periods.
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