Allie Clement scored 31 points Friday night as McAuley pulled away to a 75-44 victory against Marshwood in an SMAA schoolgirl basketball game.
Clement scored 10 points in the second quarter as McAuley (15-1) extended a 15-11 lead to 38-16 by halftime.
Victoria Lux added 19 points and eight rebounds, and Olivia Smith chipped in eight points, eight rebounds and five assists for McAuley.
Joelle Casey led Marshwood (7-9) with seven points.
FREEPORT 37, FALMOUTH 22: Nina Davenport totaled 17 points, 12 rebounds and six assists to lead the Falcons (6-10) over the Yachtsmen (5-11) at Freeport.
Vanessa Lee added six points, eight assists and two steals for Freeport, which held Falmouth to seven second-half points after a 15-15 halftime tie.
GREELY 48, YORK 36: Ashley Storey scored 15 points to help the Rangers (13-3) pull away from the Wildcats (11-5) at York.
Blais Tardiff added 12 points for Greely, which outscored York 14-7 in the third quarter to open a 37-29 lead.
The Rangers went 7 of 10 from the foul line in the fourth quarter.
Shannon Todd finished with 17 points for York.
GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 61, KENNEBUNK 33: Stephanie Greaton had 15 points and seven rebounds as the Patriots (9-7) downed the Rams (0-16) at Gray.
Maria Valente also scored 15 points for the Patriots, who led 36-18 at halftime.
Sierra Tarte led Kennebunk with eight points.
BELFAST 66, LINCOLN ACADEMY 47: Jennifer Gentner had 14 points and 11 rebounds as the Eagles (14-2) beat the Lions (1-16) at Newcastle.
Samantha Burke added 11 points, and Gabrielle Wajer had eight points, five assists and five steals.
BONNY EAGLE 49, WESTBROOK 42: Elizabeth Bushey scored 20 points for the Scots (5-11), who raced to an early lead and held off the Blue Blazes (4-12) at Westbrook.
Cassidy Emery and Delaney McCullough added 10 points apiece for Bonny Eagle, which opened a 12-4 first-quarter lead.
CHEVERUS 44, DEERING 29: Jess Willerson scored seven of her 16 points in the first quarter as the Stags (12-4) took a 16-4 lead and downed the visiting Rams (7-9) at Portland.
Georgia Ford added 11 points and joined Lodia Ismail, Sadie Lyons and Jill Libby to play outstanding perimeter defense for Cheverus.
FRYEBURG ACADEMY 59, CAPE ELIZABETH 38: Julia Quinn scored 13 points to lead a trio of double-digit scorers for the Raiders (9-7), who took a 16-8 first-quarter lead against the Capers (8-8) at Cape Elizabeth.
Skye Dole added 12 points and Mackenzie Buzzell had 11 for Fryeburg.
LAKE REGION 47, YARMOUTH 29: Tiana-Jo Carter scored 15 points and Jordan Turner added nine for the Lakers (15-1), who withstood a 17-4 run by the Clippers (4-12) at Yarmouth.
Shannon Fallon paced the Clippers with 10 points. Grace O’Donnell and Alison Clark added eight rebounds apiece.
BIDDEFORD 57, NOBLE 38: Carissa Gelinas scored 21 points, and Bailey Cote had 13 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Tigers (3-13) past the Knights (0-16) at Biddeford.
Gelinas and Cote each scored seven during a 20-13 third-quarter run that put the Tigers up 43-26.
TRAIP ACADEMY 63, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 23: Kaylie Andrews scored 11 points and Marina Casey had 10 to pace 10 scorers for the Rangers (5-10) against the Panthers (6-9) at Kittery.
WAYNFLETE 50, SACOPEE VALLEY 30: Helen Gray-Bauer scored 19 points and Leigh Fernandez added 11 as the Flyers (10-6) downed the Hawks (9-7) at Portland.
Fernandez and Gray-Bauer combined for 12 points in the second quarter as Waynflete outscored Sacopee 16-7 to go into halftime with a 14-point lead.
SCARBOROUGH 55, SANFORD 43: Ashley Briggs scored 19 of her 26 points in the first half, helping the Red Storm (6-10) open a 33-20 lead against the Spartans (7-9) at Sanford.
Bailey Adams added 17 points for Scarborough.
THORNTON ACADEMY 46, MASSABESIC 30: Kaitlyn McCrum scored 14 points and Abigail Strickland added 13 to lead the Trojans (14-2) past the Mustangs (1-15) at Waterboro.
Ashley Howe added 11 points for the Trojans, who closed the game with an 18-10 run.
Jolena Lampron led Massabesic with 10 points.
GORHAM 47, WINDHAM 24: Emily Esposito scored 17 points and Caitlyn Hawxwell added 13 as the Rams (11-5) rolled past the Eagles (10-6) at Gorham.
Gorham took a 12-4 lead in the first quarter, then pulled away as Esposito scored 12 in the second half.