GORHAM – Ella Ramonas led a second-quarter surge that helped Deering to a 51-40 victory over Gorham in an SMAA girls’ basketball game Tuesday night.

Ramonas scored eight of her 14 points as Deering (4-0) went on a 17-5 run to open a 26-15 lead against Gorham (3-1).

Kayla Burchill led Deering with 21 points. She shot 5 of 6 from the line in the fourth period to help put it away.

Mia Rapolla scored 15 for Gorham.

 

BONNY EAGLE 38, THORNTON ACADEMY 37: Nicole Taylor put back a rebound of a foul shot with 1.2 seconds left to give the Scots (2-2) a win over the Golden Trojans (1-3) at Standish.

Alicia Hoyt led the Trojans with 14 points, followed by Taylor and Shannon Sanborn with 10 each.

Hannah Ebling had 18 points for Thornton.

 

SANFORD 54, SOUTH PORTLAND 50: Lindsey Nolette hit two 3-pointers and scored 20 points as the Redskins (2-1) edged the Red Riots (2-2) at Sanford.

Shae Riley and Taylor Flood each added eight points for Sanford.

Danielle DiBiase had 12 points and Danica Gleason scored 10, pulling South Portland within one late in the game.

 

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 33, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 28: Alicia Valente had 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Patriots (2-2) past the Raiders (2-3) at Gray.

Valente scored eight in the second quarter as Gray-New Gloucester used a 15-4 run to take a 15-9 halftime lead.

Skye Dole had 11 points and Katie Heggie scored 10 for Fryeburg Academy.

 

MASSABESIC 48, WESTBROOK 44: Emily Schatz scored 12 points with six rebounds as the Mustangs (2-2) topped the Blue Blazes (1-2) at Waterboro.

Morgan Reny added eight points and six rebounds, and Cassidy Matthews had six points and eight rebounds for Massabesic.

Katelyn Benson scored 16 for the Blue Blazes.

 

WAYNFLETE 44, SACOPEE VALLEY 21: Lydia Stegemann scored 12 points and the Flyers (4-1) rolled to a 22-4 advantage in the second half to beat the Hawks (2-2) at South Hiram.

Samantha Oakland and Rhiannan Jackson each added eight points for Waynflete.

Amanda Villineau and Stephanie Mullins each scored seven for Sacopee Valley.

 

MARSHWOOD 55, SCARBOROUGH 47: Jorden Mitchell had 15 points, Mallory McPherson scored 11 and Aubrey Folger added 10 to lead the Hawks (2-2) over the Red Storm (0-4) at South Berwick.

Alisha Starbird paced Scarborough with 17 points.

 

YORK 65, WELLS 24: Stephanie Gallagher had three 3-pointers in the first quarter as the Wildcats (5-0) raced to a 22-3 lead on the way to a victory over Wells (1-3) at York.

Gallagher finished with 17 points and seven assists. Nicole Taylor had 12 points, including seven in the first period.

 

GREELY 42, FREEPORT 35: Caroline Hamilton scored 11 of her 14 points in the fourth quarter as Greely (5-0) rallied from a 23-16 halftime deficit to defeat Freeport (0-5) at Cumberland.

Hamilton was 9 of 9 at the foul line, including six free throws in the fourth period. Sarah Warnock added 11 points and eight rebounds, and Jaclyn Storey had seven points and eight boards.

 

WINDHAM 48, BIDDEFORD 34: Meghan Gribbin, Stephanie Frost and Bebe Butts combined for six 3-pointers as the Eagles (3-1) jumped out to an 18-7 lead over the Tigers (0-4) and raced to a win at Windham.

Gribbin finished with 16 points and seven assists, and Butts had 13 points and four steals. Frost added five points with six rebounds.

Keila Grigware led Biddeford with 20 points.

 

POLAND 36, OLD ORCHARD 32: The Knights (1-4) recovered from a 22-9 halftime deficit and defeated the Seagulls (0-4) at Poland.

Britina Maheux, who scored 14 points, helped contain OOB scoring threat Gillian Foss in the second half while contributing to a 17-3 run in the third quarter.

Emily Bolduc scored 11 points for the Knights. Foss finished with 15 points for OOB.

 

MT. ARARAT 37, OXFORD HILLS 30: Kristie Willey scored nine of her 11 points in the second half and Caitlin Lafountain added all seven of her points in the fourth quarter to help the Eagles (2-2) defeat the Vikings (1-3) at South Paris.

 

MEDOMAK VALLEY 55, OAK HILL 44: Lindsay Ranquist scored 17 points as the Panthers (4-0) beat Oak Hill (3-1) at Waldoboro.