February 8, 2013

Boys' Roundup: Cheverus surprises South Portland

From staff reports

PORTLAND - Andrew Ferrick and Emmanuel Ismail scored 11 points each Thursday night as Cheverus upset South Portland 56-51 in an SMAA boys' basketball regular-season finale at Keegan Gymnasium.

South Portland (15-3) is expected to retain its No. 1 seed for the Western Class A tournament and advance to the quarterfinals. Cheverus (6-12) is expected to sneak into the 11th and final qualifying position, which would mean a prelim game, likely at Scarborough.

Cheverus led by as many as 10 points in the fourth quarter and made free throws down the stretch to hold on.

Tanner Hyland made four 3-pointers and finished with 21 points to pace South Portland. Ben Burkey scored 14.

LAKE REGION 60, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 50: Mike Mageles had 17 points to lead the Lakers (5-13) past the Patriots (4-14) at Naples.

Mageles scored six in the third quarter, when the Lakers outscored the Patriots 19-10 to pull away from a 23-20 halftime lead. Mark MacDougall scored seven in the quarter and finished with 14, and Adam Falk finished with 11 points with 16 rebounds.

WAYNFLETE 80, SACOPEE VALLEY 31: Serge Nyirikamba scored 14 points to lead the Flyers (15-1) against the Hawks (0-17) at South Hiram.

Jack Cutler added 11 points and Pace Hutchinson scored 10 for Waynflete, which led 21-5 after the first quarter.

FALMOUTH 69, YARMOUTH 35: Thomas Coyne poured in 22 points as the Yachtsmen (17-1) handled the Clippers (10-8) at Falmouth.

Jack Simonds contributed 10 points, 11 rebounds and five assists, and Charlie Faye had eight points with 10 rebounds.

SCARBOROUGH 60, KENNEBUNK 31: Sam Terry notched 16 points as the Red Storm (12-6) cruised past the Rams (1-17) at Kennebunk.

Brendan Hall and Kevin Manning added 13 points apiece, and Matt Hartl scored 10 for Scarborough.

BONNY EAGLE 49, WINDHAM 35: Dustin Cole made 9 of 10 foul shots in the second half and finished with 21 points to lead Bonny Eagle (15-3) over the Eagles (7-11) at Windham.

Ben Malloy added 10 points for the Scots. Thomas McGowan paced the Eagles with 13 points.

WESTBROOK 56, GORHAM 50: David Breunig had 15 points to spark the Blue Blazes (13-5) past the Rams (6-12) at Westbrook.

Bruenig scored six in the fourth quarter to help Westbrook pull away from a 38-38 tie through three quarters. Aaron Duncanson added 11 points and Keenan Lowe put in 10 for the Blue Blazes.

THORNTON ACADEMY 65, BIDDEFORD 43: Quinn Richardson-Newton scored 20 points and Jeffrey Gelinas added 14 for the Trojans (11-7), who took a 20-9 first-quarter lead and cruised past the Tigers (5-13) at Saco.

Evan Wright chipped in with 11 points and Reuben Moses scored 10.

SANFORD 74, MASSABESIC 50: Ryan Camire had 32 points to lift the Spartans (10-8) over the Mustangs (1-17) at Waterboro.

YORK 69, WELLS 62: Zachary Leal scored 24 points and Aaron Todd added 22 as York (17-1) got by the Warriors (10-8) at Wells.

Wells took an 21-14 lead in the first quarter. The Wildcats rallied to go ahead by 10 points in the third, but Wells trimmed the lead to 63-60 in the final minutes. Leal and Todd both were 4 of 4 from the foul line in the fourth quarter and York inched away with free throws.

CAPE ELIZABETH 54, GREELY 46: Henry Babcock scored 13 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter as Cape Elizabeth (13-5) beat Greely (9-9) at Cumberland.

Babcock was perfect in eight attempts at the free-throw line.

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