Sunday, April 20, 2014
From staff reports
PORTLAND - Sadie Nelson scored 16 points and Sam Frost added 12 to help Windham to a 55-43 victory against Portland in an SMAA schoolgirl basketball game Saturday at the Portland Expo.
Sam Frost of Windham, left, knocks the ball from Brianna Holdren of Portland, who was attempting to score on a fast-break layup Saturday during their SMAA schoolgirl basketball game at the Portland Expo. Frost scored 12 points in Windham’s 55-43 victory.
Photos by Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer
Elizabeth Donato of Portland dives for a loose ball ahead of Luisa Sbardella of Windham. Windham improved to 4-4 and Portland dropped to 2-7.
Windham (4-4) took a 38-27 halftime lead and outscored the Bulldogs 11-4 in the third quarter.
Brianna Holdren paced Portland (2-7) with 10 points.
THORNTON ACADEMY 49, KENNEBUNK 27: Olivia Shaw scored 18 points to lead Thornton Academy (5-3) over the Rams (1-8) at Kennebunk.
TRAIP ACADEMY 40, SACOPEE VALLEY 39: Kendra Kagiliery hit a 3-point shot in the final seconds to lift Traip Academy (3-5) over the Hawks (2-5) at South Hiram.
Kristen Lyle's basket from the paint gave Sacopee a 39-37 lead moments earlier.
LAKE REGION 57, WELLS 33: Kelsey Winslow finished with 13 points and 12 rebounds, and Tiana-Jo Carter scored nine points to go with 25 rebounds and five blocked shots as the Lakers (7-1) cruised past the Warriors (3-5) at Naples.
Lake Region led 11-7 after one quarter and took control in the second, outscoring Wells 18-3 behind four 3-pointers.
GREELY 68, YARMOUTH 29: Jaclyn Storey scored six points as the Rangers (7-1) took an 18-3 first-period lead, and added 13 in the third when Greely expanded a 34-19 halftime lead to 53-21 over Yarmouth (0-8) at Cumberland.
Haley Felkel also scored six of her eight in the first quarter for Greely.
YORK 62, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 36: Marquis MacGlashing scored 13 of her game-high 15 points in the first half as the Wildcats (8-0) took a 31-24 lead and then pulled away from the Patriots (5-2) at Gray.
York took control in the third quarter, outscoring Gray-New Gloucester 16-4 behind six points apiece from Shannon Todd and Emily Campbell. Todd finished with 13 points.
CAPE ELIZABETH 43, POLAND 35: Marlo Dell'Aquila had 16 points, five rebounds and four steals, and Kisa Tabery chipped in six points and eight boards to help the Capers (3-5) beat the Knights (3-5) at Cape Elizabeth.
Cape started the third quarter with a 14-4 run to go up 30-20 and a 3-pointer by Anna Goldstein later in the quarter helped the Capers take a 33-28 lead into the fourth.
FREEPORT 39, FALMOUTH 38: Nina Davenport scored 15 points and gave the Falcons (4-3) a 37-35 lead over the Yachtsmen (4-4) with a put-back bucket early in the fourth quarter at Freeport.
WAYNFLETE 53, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 39: Martha Veroneau made five 3-pointers in the third quarter and scored 23 of her game-high 30 points in the second half as the Flyers (6-2) pulled away from the Raiders (2-6) at Fryeburg.
Juliana Harwood added 10 points for Waynflete, which trailed 18-15 at halftime before outscoring Fryeburg 26-11 in the third quarter.
HYDE 43, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 28: Allie Helfrich and Shannon Ward scored seven points apiece to lead the Phoenix (6-0) over the Guardians (0-7) at South Berwick.
GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 40, PINE TREE ACADEMY 30: Ashlee Dawson scored eight first-half points as the Lions (5-0) opened a 26-16 lead against the Breakers (0-8) at South Portland.
BIDDEFORD 4, GOR-HAM/BONNY EAGLE 1: Tiffany Gagne scored two goals and Delani Roy added three assists for the Tigers (5-4-1), who scored three unanswered goals to pull away from Gorham/Bonny Eagle at Biddeford.
YARMOUTH/FREEPORT 4, PORTLAND/DEERING 2: Michelle Robichaud scored two goals and assisted on another for Yarmouth/Freeport (4-7-1), which scored three third-period goals to rally past Portland/Deering (2-7-1) at Portland.
GREELY 12, CHEVERUS 0: Mary Morrison and Danita Storey each had two goals and two assists to lead the Rangers (8-2-1) past the Stags (2-8-1) at Falmouth.
BRUNSWICK 3, MT. ARARAT 0: Eliza Brooks scored twice in about a minute early in the third period and the Dragons (4-6) shut out the Eagles (0-10) at Brunswick.