PORTLAND – Selena Lorrey scored 15 of her 21 points in the first half Saturday as Traip Academy took command on the way to a 45-35 victory against Waynflete in a Western Maine Conference schoolgirl basketball game.

Katherine Volpe added 11 points for Traip (8-4), which opened an 18-7 lead.

Samantha Oakland scored 10 points to lead Waynflete (9-3). Rhiannan Jackson, Lydia Stegemann and Martha Veroneau each added eight.

CAPE ELIZABETH 37, LAKE REGION 34: Emily Donovan scored 18 points as the Capers (7-4) stopped Lake Region (9-2) at Cape Elizabeth.

The Capers held the Lakers to four points in the second quarter to open a 19-15 halftime lead.

Kayla Raftice added 11 points for Cape. Sydney Hancock and Tiana-Jo Carter scored 10 points each for Lake Region.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 34, FREEPORT 30: Meghan Dehetre hit two 3-pointers during an 8-0 run as the Patriots (6-5) opened a 22-14 lead in the third quarter and beat the Falcons (4-8) at Freeport.

Maggie Chaplin led Gray-New Gloucester with 11 points.

Katie Poulin and Aubrey Pennell combined for 15 of Freeport’s 30 points.

FALMOUTH 45, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 23: Jackie Doyle scored 11 points and Jenna Serunian added 10 to lead Falmouth (6-4) over the Raiders (4-8) at Fryeburg.

The Yachtsmen led 22-13 at the half.

GORHAM 59, MASSABESIC 34: Mia Rapolla scored 20 points to power the Rams (9-1) past the Mustangs (3-7) at Gorham.

Natalie Egbert added 14 points for Gorham.

Kayla Schneider had three 3-pointers to lead Massabesic with nine points.

THORNTON ACADEMY 45, KENNEBUNK 28: Hannah Ebling scored 17 points to lead the Trojans (3-8) past the Rams (0-10) at Kennebunk.

Kerry Donnelly led the Rams with six points.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 48, KENTS HILL 33: Blair Haggett scored nine of her 12 points in the second half as the Panthers (5-6) pulled away from the Huskies (2-6) at Kents Hill.

Eliza Gendron and Mallory Ianno each finished with nine points for NYA.

Brittany Sharpe paced the Huskies with 14.

MCAULEY 68, PORTLAND 42: Rebecca Knight scored 26 points to lead the Lions (11-0) over the visiting Bulldogs (3-8) at Portland.

Knight also had 10 rebounds and six assists. Allie Clement added 16 points and Alexa Coulombe blocked 12 shots for McAuley.

Nicolette Kapothanasis paced Portland with 14 points.

POLAND 57, YARMOUTH 45: Emily Bolduc had 21 points and five steals, and Morgan Copp added 20 points to lead the Knights (2-9) over the Clippers (1-10) at Poland.

Copp scored 12 points in the third quarter as Poland extended its lead to as many as 19 points.

Poland also got 14 points from Brittina Maheux.

Olivia Smith led Yarmouth with 21 points.

SACOPEE VALLEY 44, HYDE 33: Amanda Villineau led a balanced offense with 11 points as Sacopee Valley (4-5) beat Hyde (2-5) at South Hiram.

Sacopee opened with a 10-2 run.

Sage Harris paced Hyde with 16 points.

BRUNSWICK 54, EDWARD LITTLE 42: Lydia Caputi had 18 points and eight rebounds for the Dragons (8-4), who got out to a 12-5 first-quarter lead and held off the Red Eddies (10-2) at Brunswick.

Tianna Burton chipped in a career-high 14 points for Brunswick, and Dakota Foster added six points and 12 rebounds.

Ashlee Arnold paced Edward Little with 24 points.

LIVERMORE FALLS 47, GEORGES VALLEY 45: Annika Durrell scored eight of her 14 points in the fourth quarter as the Andies (11-1) used a 16-7 run to pull out a victory against the Buccaneers (7-5) at Thomaston.

Marissa Welch led Livermore Falls with 15 points. Kathryn Ventrella added 10.

Kennadi Grover scored 11 points for Georges Valley, which led 31-23 at the half. Jill Bradbury added 10.

LEAVITT 81, MEDOMAK VALLEY 56: Courtney and Kristen Anderson scored 24 points apiece to lead the Hornets (12-0) past the Panthers (11-1) at Waldoboro.

Kristen Anderson hit eight 3-pointers. Adrianna Newton added 12 points for Leavitt, which led 48-30 at the half.

Ericka Christensen put up 20 points for Medomak Valley. Lindsay Ranquist and Mallory Robbins each added 14.

CONY 43, MT. ARARAT 34: Mia Diplock scored 12 points to help the Rams (7-5) fend off the Eagles (4-8) at Augusta.