GORHAM – Haley Reny scored from Jenna Roy after 23 seconds of overtime Friday night to give fourth-seeded Biddeford a 2-1 victory against top-ranked Scarborough in a Western Maine schoolgirl hockey semifinal at the University of Southern Maine.

The Tigers (8-10-1) will meet Cheverus or York, who play today, in the final Wednesday at the Portland Ice Arena.

Brandy Leclair of Biddeford opened the scoring on a power play with 4:55 left in the second period. Rachel Wallace of the Red Storm (12-5-2) tied it 1:22 later.

Emily Brassley had 36 saves for the Tigers. Devan Kane of Scarborough stopped 12 shots.

BASKETBALL

CHEVERUS 52, SOUTH PORTLAND 41: Britni Mikulanecz and Alexandra Palazzi-Leahy scored 17 points apiece to lead Cheverus (14-4) over the Red Riots (11-7) at South Portland.

The Stags got out to an 18-11 first-quarter lead. The Red Riots cut it to 26-25 at halftime, then Cheverus extended it to 40-35 by the end of the third quarter.

Abby Hasson scored 14 points and Danielle DiBiase had 13 for South Portland.

WESTBROOK 31, GORHAM 28: Katelyn Benson had nine points on three 3-pointers, sparking a fourth-quarter comeback that carried the Blue Blazes (6-12) to a surprising victory against the Rams (14-4) at Westbrook.

Trailing 25-14, Westbrook outscored Gorham 17-3 in the fourth quarter.

Mia Rapolla finished with 14 points to lead the Rams.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 60, HYDE 34: Gillian Foss had 21 points and 11 rebounds as the Seagulls (9-9) cruised past the Phoenix (3-12) at Old Orchard Beach.

Katie Hatch added 11 points and Brett Allen had 10 rebounds for Old Orchard.

Sage Harris led Hyde with 28 points.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 40, YARMOUTH 35: Alicia Valente scored 11 points for the Patriots (11-7), who held off the Clippers (1-17) at Yarmouth.

Steph Greaton chipped in nine points for Gray-New Gloucester. Olivia Smith scored 11 for Yarmouth.

FALMOUTH 40, CAPE ELIZABETH 30: Jess DiPhilippo had 11 points to lead the Yachtsmen (9-9) over the Capers (9-9) at Cape Elizabeth.

Caitlin Costello added eight points for Falmouth.

BIDDEFORD 44, THORNTON ACADEMY 38: Keila Grigware scored four of her 24 points in overtime as the Tigers (7-11) used a 10-4 run to edge the Golden Trojans (8-10) at Biddeford.

Grigware, who also ended with seven rebounds and three steals, became Biddeford’s third-leading career scorer. Amethyst Hersom added 10 points, including three in overtime, with seven boards and four steals.

Meghan Agger scored 17 points for Thornton, which overcame a 24-18 third-quarter deficit to tie it. Lauren Titus had seven points in the fourth-quarter rally.

WELLS 62, FREEPORT 43: Mariyah Heath scored 19 points and Kelsey Bragdon added 15 for the Warriors (9-9), who clinched the ninth seed and a spot in the Western Class B playoffs with a victory against the Falcons (6-12) at Wells.

Meaghan Lewia chipped in 10 points for Wells, including 6 of 6 from the foul line in the fourth quarter. Morgan Brown paced Freeport with 17 points.

SANFORD 54, MASSABESIC 49: Shae Riley took Lindsey Nolette’s pass and scored an overtime-opening layup, and the Redskins (13-4) went on to beat Massabesic (7-11) at Sanford.

Sanford, behind four points from Taylor Flood, outscored the Mustangs 8-3 in overtime.

Riley finished with 18 points and Flood 14. Morgan Reny scored 11 and Kayla Schneider 10 for Massabesic.

GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 52, ACADIA CHRISTIAN 25: Suzie Gonzalez had 11 points to lead the Lions (13-4) over the Seahawks (0-12) at Falmouth.

Casey Bouchard added seven points for Greater Portland Christian.

SCARBOROUGH 50, KENNEBUNK 28: Alisha Starbird scored eight points and Brittany Bona added six during a 22-7 run in the third period as the Red Storm (6-12) opened a 43-21 lead against Kennebunk (0-18) at Scarborough.

Scarborough began the second half with four perimeter shooters, creating room for Bona inside as well as getting open outside looks for Starbird.

WINDHAM 52, BONNY EAGLE 47: Stephanie Frost hit a go-ahead basket with 1:20 remaining as the Eagles (7-11) survived a second-half surge by the Scots (7-11) at Windham.

After Windham took a 30-17 halftime lead, Bonny Eagle rallied for a 47-46 lead with two minutes to play.