PORTLAND – Rebecca Knight scored 18 points and McAuley used full-court pressure Friday night to pull away to a 60-36 victory against Windham in a Southern Maine Activities Association schoolgirl basketball game.

Allie Clement and Hannah Cooke each added 12 points, and Alexa Coulombe finished with nine points for the Lions (3-0).

Stephanie Frost had nine points and Sam Frost added eight for Windham (2-1).

GORHAM 66, THORNTON ACADEMY 29: Mia Rapolla scored 19 of her 25 points in the first half to help the Rams (3-0) take a 38-12 lead against the Golden Trojans (1-2) at Gorham.

Kristin Ross added 11 points for Gorham. Meghan Agger scored 10 for Thornton.

SOUTH PORTLAND 59, MASSABESIC 35: Abby Hasson finished with 14 points to pace the Red Riots (2-1) over Massabesic (1-2) at South Portland.

Hasson dominated the inside game early. South Portland’s defense troubled the Mustangs in the second half and Danielle DiBiase, who scored 13 points, helped the offense with breakaways.

Danica Gleason added 11 points for South Portland. Kayla Schneider led Massabesic with 10.

NOBLE 53, BONNY EAGLE 45: Chandler Waterman finished with 14 points, Megan Pelkey had 13 and Brittany Racicot 12 to lead the Knights (1-2) over the Scots (1-2) at North Berwick.

Alicia Hoyt led Bonny Eagle with 22 points. Sarah Assante added 11.

SANFORD 52, BIDDEFORD 43: Shae Riley scored 15 points to lead four double-digit scorers for the Redskins (1-1), who took a 28-18 halftime lead against the Tigers (0-3) at Sanford.

Samantha Adams added 13 points, Taylor Flood had 12 and Lindsey Nolette 10.

Keila Grigware put up 19 points for Biddeford, which pulled as close as four points in the second half.

CHEVERUS 71, KENNEBUNK 15: Alexandra Palazzi-Leahy scored 13 points and Victoria Nappi had 11 to pace Cheverus (3-0) over the Rams (0-2) at Kennebunk.

MT. ARARAT 45, CONY 42: Mallory Nelson scored seven of her 12 points in the fourth quarter as the Eagles (1-2) rallied from a 32-28 third-quarter deficit against the Rams (1-2) at Topsham.

Chelsea Crawford added 10 points for Mt. Ararat.

OXFORD HILLS 50, ERSKINE ACADEMY 42: Crissy Lewis scored 18 points for the Vikings (1-2) against the Eagles (1-2) at South China.

Meryl Bond hit two 3-pointers and had 17 points for Erskine, which trailed 13-2 after the first quarter before rallying to take a five-point leader in the third quarter.

OAK HILL 60, LINCOLN ACADEMY 32: Maggie Sabine recorded game highs of 20 points and 12 rebounds as Oak Hill (3-0) downed Lincoln (1-2) at Wales.

Darby Beaulieu added 11 points for Oak Hill, which led 22-5 after one quarter and held the Eagles to six field goals for the game.

Katherine Ulster led Lincoln with 13 points.

RICHMOND 57, GREENVILLE 19: Tara Hurley scored 10 of her 12 points in the second quarter as the Bobcats (3-0) used a 19-1 run to open a 30-5 lead against Greenville (0-3) at Richmond.

Payton Johnson added 10 points, and Jamie Plummer had nine points and 15 rebounds for Richmond.

Michaella Gilbert scored 13 for the Lakers.

HEBRON ACADEMY 25, BUCKFIELD 23: Janelle Bradish scored nine points to lead the Lumberjacks (2-1) over Buckfield (0-3) at Hebron.

MADISON 56, GEORGES VALLEY 52: Samantha Bruce scored 17 points for the Bulldogs (2-1) against Georges Valley (1-2) at Madison.

Georges Valley fell behind early but rallied within two with 20 seconds left when Kennadi Grover made two foul shots.

Grover led the Buccaneers with 16 points, Jill Bradbury added 14 and Jessica Veilleux 13.

DIRIGO 37, BOOTHBAY REGION 32: Hannah Knight scored 22 points as the Cougars (3-0) downed the Seahawks (1-2) at Boothbay Harbor.

Dirigo opened with a 17-5 run in the third quarter for a 27-21 lead.

Megan Smith paced Boothbay with 12 points.

MT. ABRAM 56, WINTHROP 50: Miranda Smith scored 20 points and Colleen Shields added 16 to lead the Roadrunners (1-2) over the Ramblers (1-2) at Winthrop.

Kelsey Nason led Winthrop with 17 points, Nikki Scott added 16 and Jessica Scott chipped in with 11.

MESSALONSKEE 46, BREWER 40: Megan Pelletier scored 20 points and Mikayla Turner added seven as the Eagles (2-1) held off the Witches (1-2) at Oakland.