BIDDEFORD – Brianne Maloney finished with 10 points and Logan Neal added seven as South Portland edged Biddeford 37-33 in overtime in a girls’ basketball game Tuesday night.

The Red Riots are 2-0.

Carrisa Gelinas paced Biddeford (0-2) with 12 points Bryanna Michaud added nine points and four steals.


MARSHWOOD 70, DEERING 60: Aubrey Folger scored 26 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter, to help Marshwood (2-0) overcome Deering (0-2) at South Berwick.

The Hawks trailed 35-29 at halftime. In the second half Folger scored 16 points and Jorden Mitchell added 13 of her 20 points to give Marshwood control. The Hawks were 8 of 11 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to help extend the lead.

Emily Cole had six 3-pointers and 21 points for the Rams.


MCAULEY 61, KENNEBUNK 18: Alexa Coulombe finished with 17 points and Alexandra Clement added 14 to lead the Lions (2-0) past the Rams (0-2) at Kennebunk.

Alissa Fallon and Doria King each had six points for Kennebunk.


CHEVERUS 51, GORHAM 43: Kylie Libby scored 14 points to lead Cheverus (2-0) in a win over the Rams (0-2) at Gorham.

Alexandra Palazzi-Leahy hit a 3-point shot with less than three minutes to play to give the Stags a seven-point lead and seal the victory. She finished with 10 points and Brooke Flaherty had 13 for Cheverus.

Kristin Ross led the Rams with 13 points and 12 rebounds.


SANFORD 49, PORTLAND 31: Maria Veino had 20 points, 15 rebounds and five steals to lead the Redskins (2-0) past the Bulldogs (0-2) at Sanford.

Nyaliep Deng led Portland with 12 points. Sanford led 25-15 at the half.


SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 40, KENTS HILL 28: Kirin DeSmith scored 14 points, and Ruth Towne had 11 points and 20 rebounds as Seacoast Christian (1-1) beat Kents Hill (1-1) in South Berwick. Caroline Tortorella scored 10 for Kents Hill.


GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 50, SACOPEE VALLEY 17: Michele Dehetre was 5 of 9 from 3-point range to lead Gray-New Gloucester (2-0) over visiting Sacopee Valley (0-2).

Haley Cote added 11 for the Patriots, who led 23-10 at the half.


OXFORD HILLS 42, MT. ARARAT 39: Ashley West and Abbie Eastman each scored nine points to lead the Vikings (2-0) over the Eagles (1-1) at Topsham.

Leah Hitchcock paced Mt. Ararat with 12 points and Mallory Nelson added eight.


LAKE REGION 67, YARMOUTH 25: Tiana-Jo Carter had 14 points, 18 rebounds and two blocked shots for Lake Region (2-0) in a win over Yarmouth (0-2) at Naples.

Abby Craffey added 15 points and Kelsey Winslow scored 12 for the Lakers. Rachel Wandishin came through with five steals and three assists for the Lakers, who led 35-11 by halftime.


WELLS 48, POLAND 33: Abby Moody hit a go-ahead 3-pointer at the end of the third quarter and Allison Furness scored seven of her 16 points in the fourth as Wells (2-0) used a 16-2 run to pull away at Poland (0-2).

Michaella Arsenault scored 11 points for the Knights. Katrina Seeley had 10.


FALMOUTH 50, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 10: The Yachtsmen (2-0) used a balanced offense to defeat the Raiders (0-2) at Falmouth.

Molly Ryan had eight points, Laney Evers had seven and Dana Vasconcelos had six for Falmouth, which had 11 players with at least a basket. Anna Hickey had five points, and Ashleigh Burton, Jackie Doyle, Ally Hickey, Nicole Rogers and Maddie Skop each had four.


BRUNSWICK 50, LAWRENCE 28: Lyse Henshaw and Becky Champagne each had 14 points as the Dragons (1-1) defeated the visiting Bulldogs (1-1).

Henshaw had five rebounds and Champagne had seven assists.

Liz Faulkner chipped in 12 points, and Julia Champagne finished with eight rebounds and three steals for Brunswick.


FREEPORT 61, CAPE ELIZABETH 40: Nina Davenport scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Falcons (2-0) at Cape Elizabeth.

Morgan Brown added 14 points, and Vanessa Lee and Alexandra Mitch finished with 11 points. Brown and Davenport combined for 18 of Freeport’s 30 first-half points.

Maddison Lengyel and Kayla Raftice each had eight points for the Capers (0-2).


TRAIP ACADEMY 45, WAYNFLETE 30: Shannon McCrillis slashed to the basket for eight points during a 25-7 second quarter, and Selena Lorrey sank two of her four 3-pointers as the Rangers (2-0) transformed a one-point deficit into a 32-15 lead over Waynflete (1-1) in Kittery.

Lorrey finished with 15 points and McCrillis 10. Martha Veroneau scored 20 for Waynflete.


SCARBOROUGH 57, WESTBROOK 39: Ashley Briggs scored eight of her 11 points in the second quarter as Scarborough (2-0) used a 24-3 run to take a 37-15 halftime lead at Westbrook.

Brittany Bona, Mary Redmond and Carly Rogers added 10 points apiece for the Red Storm, who forced 29 turnovers.

Paige Baldwin led the Blue Blazes with 11 points.


WINDHAM 73, NOBLE 20: Meghan Gribbin had 24 points and five assists to lead the Eagles (2-0) past the Knights (0-2) at Windham.

Brianna Butts added 14 points, Stephanie Frost scored 11 and Haley Batchelder had 11 rebounds.


RANGELEY 62, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 24: Taylor Esty’s 15 points topped four Lakers in double figures during the Rangeley (2-0) victory over Greater Portland Christian (1-1) in Rangeley.

Chantal Carrier scored 12, and Lon Lefaute and Emily Carrier 11 for the Lakers. Suzane Gonzalez’s 11 led the Lions.


ERSKINE ACADEMY 43, LEWISTON 37: Bridget Humphrey had 14 points, 11 rebounds and three steals as the Eagles (1-1) beat the Blue Devils (0-2) at Lewiston.


CONY 65, EDWARD LITTLE 64: Josie Lee was fouled on an offensive rebound and hit the second of two free throws with no time remaining in the second overtime to lift the Rams (2-0) to a win over the Red Eddies (0-2) at Augusta.

Senior guard Mia Diplock scored 27 points for Cony.