GRAY – Adam Jensen scored 28 points Thursday night to lead Gray-New Gloucester to a 71-56 victory against Wells in a Western Maine Conference schoolboy basketball game.

It was the first win for the Patriots (1-2) under their new coach, Tony DiBiase, who has won state titles at three schools.

Ryan Cavallaro added 14 points for Gray-New Gloucester.

Josh Ingalls scored 20 points to lead Wells (1-2).

A.R. GOULD 64, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 49: George Hopkins had 17 points and four steals for the Bears (2-0) against the Lions (1-2) at South Portland.

Mekonnen Nigussie added 15 points and four blocks, and Josh Thurlow had 10 points and nine rebounds.

Ben Hammond led Greater Portland Christian with 21 points.

YORK 78, FREEPORT 33: Kyle Robinson scored 12 points as the Wildcats (3-0) handled the Falcons (0-3) at York.

Thomas Kinton and Liam Langaas each had 11 points, and Aaron Todd finished with 10 for York, which got points from all 13 players.

GREELY 65, POLAND 40: Sam Johnston had 20 points, six assists and five steals to lead Greely (3-0) over Poland (0-3) at Cumberland.

Johnston scored 11 points in the first quarter to help the Rangers take a 23-9 lead. Tanner Storey finished with 10 points for Greely. The Knights got 14 points from Jake Littlefield and 11 from Jonah Farrington.

YARMOUTH 84, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 46: Luke Pierce had 17 points and 10 rebounds as the Clippers (2-1) downed Fryeburg Academy (1-2) at Yarmouth.

Josh Britten led Yarmouth with 20 points, Mike McCormack added 11 and Matt Murphy 10.

Colby Locke scored 13 points and Michael Costa had 12 for Fryeburg.

CAPE ELIZABETH 71, LAKE REGION 36: Theo Bowe scored 28 points, including 15 in the third quarter as the Capers (3-0) pulled away from Lake Region (0-3) at Cape Elizabeth.

Cape led 29-20 at halftime, then put the game away with a 30-7 run in the third quarter. Cam Brown added 12 points and five assists, and Joey Doane finished with 10 points for Cape Elizabeth.

MADISON 59, GEORGES VALLEY 50: Ian Hartigan scored 18 points for the Bulldogs (1-2) against Georges Valley (0-3) at Madison.

DIRIGO 68, BOOTHBAY REGION 62: Cody St. Germain scored 14 of his 17 points in the second half and overtime to lead the Cougars (3-0) over the Seahawks (1-2) at Boothbay Harbor.

TRAIP ACADEMY 73, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 55: Nathan Westman scored 20 points for the Rangers (2-2) against the Panthers (0-2) at Yarmouth.

Taylor Baran added 14 points, and Lucas Edwards and Alex Gamester had 10 each for Traip, which opened the second half with a 10-0 run to take a 43-25 lead.

Asad Dahia had 22 points and Andrew Esancy 21 for NYA.

FALMOUTH 42, WAYNFLETE 23: Alex Cattell and Matt Packard each scored 11 points to lead the Yachtsmen (3-0) over the Flyers (1-2) at Falmouth.

Jack Cooleen had six points and 10 rebounds for Falmouth, which went ahead 36-18 with a 16-8 third-quarter push.

WISCASSET 45, JAY 41: Ashton Benn scored 19 points and led a late rally that lifted the Redskins (3-0) over the Tigers (1-2) in overtime at Jay.


SOUTH PORTLAND 7, YARMOUTH 0: Zach Griffin had three goals and two assists as the Red Riots (1-1) beat the Clippers (1-1) at Portland.

Robert Hannigan added two goals and three assists, and Dominic Desjardins earned the shutout with 26 saves.

THORNTON ACADEMY 5, SCARBOROUGH 2: Dakota Matthews and John Tate scored two goals each as Thornton Academy (2-1) outskated Scarborough (1-1) at Saco.

Thornton goalie Jay Finch, who finished with 14 saves, held the Red Storm scoreless in the third period.

PORTLAND 5, KENNEBUNK 1: Eddie Apon had three goals to lead the Bulldogs (2-1) over the Rams (0-2) at Portland.

Bronson Guimond and Zach Luce also scored, and Jon Gatti made 20 saves for Portland, which scored three goals in the third period.

CHEVERUS 6, GORHAM 4: Liam Fitzpatrick had a hat trick for the Stags (1-0) against the Rams (1-1) at Portland.

Harry Ridge added two goals for Cheverus, which led 5-0 after two periods.

GREELY 11, GARDINER 1: Justin Murphy had four goals and two assists to lead the Rangers (2-0) over the Tigers (1-3) at Falmouth.

Nester Taylor added three goals, Kenny Richards had two goals and an assist, and Ted Hart finished with a goal and three assists for Greely.