STANDISH – Mike Herrick scored 14 of his 16 points during a 35-point fourth quarter Tuesday night as Portland pulled away to a 66-47 victory against Bonny Eagle in a Southern Maine Activities Association schoolboy basketball game.

Peter Donato scored 21 for the Bulldogs (2-2), who took advantage of 24 Bonny Eagle turnovers and won going away after leading just 31-29 through three quarters.

Jayvon Pitts-Young added 13 points for Portland. Cole Libby scored 19 and Dustin Cole 10 for the Scots (3-1).

 

SCARBOROUGH 58, WINDHAM 47: Ben Wessel scored 29 points for Scarborough (2-2), which used a 15-7 third-quarter run to take a 39-29 lead against the Eagles (1-3) at Windham.

Wessel put up 11 in the fourth quarter to help the Red Storm close it out.

Dylan Weisser had 16 points, and Thomas McGowan added 14 points and six assists for the Eagles.

 

GREELY 59, CAPE ELIZABETH 47: Bailey Train scored 17 points for the Rangers (3-2), who took a 10-6 first-quarter lead and held off the Capers (3-2) at Cumberland.

Michael McDevitt added 16 points and nine rebounds, and Liam Maker had 11 points, 13 rebounds and five assists for Greely.

Henry Babcock had 21 points and Chris Robicheaw 13 for Cape Elizabeth.

 

MARSHWOOD 58, SANFORD 56: Troy Pappas made a layup off a feed from Brady Dodge with four seconds remaining to lift the Hawks (3-1) over the Redskins (1-3) at South Berwick.

Dodge sank a 3-pointer to give Marshwood a 56-54 lead with 20 seconds left, but Jon Schroder tied it with a layup with 15 seconds to go.

Dodge led the Hawks with 16 points, Jack Verrill added 11 and Brady Innes 10. Ryan Camire scored 23 for Sanford.

 

A.R. GOULD 42, SACOPEE VALLEY 38: Zacharia Mohamed and Mohamed Ali each scored 14 points to help the Bears (4-1) edge the Hawks (1-4) at South Portland.

Mohamed, Ali and Taylor Graffam had six points apiece in an 18-10 third-quarter run that gave A.R. Gould a 34-28 lead.

Jeff Taylor scored 23 points for Sacopee Valley.

 

A.R. GOULD 60, ISLESBORO 32: Zacharia Mohamed scored 13 points and Chris Thomas added 12 as the Bears (3-1) downed the Eagles (0-4) at South Portland.

Taylor Graffam chipped in 12 points for A.R. Gould, which led 24-3 at the half.

Charlie Cilley and Cameron Jack each scored 10 for Islesboro.

 

CAMDEN HILLS 75, OCEANSIDE 59: Taylor Hall scored 17 points for the Windjammers (4-0), who built a 39-24 halftime lead against the Mariners (2-2) at Rockport.

Chandler Crans and Colin Morse each added 11 points for Camden Hills. Andrew Flanagan scored eight of his 10 points in the fourth quarter as the Windjammers closed with a 26-19 run.

Ben Wallace had 20 points and Alex Wallace 13 for Oceanside.

 

CHEVERUS 73, WESTBROOK 47: Louie DiStasio scored 22 points as the Stags (4-0) beat the Blue Blazes (2-2) at Portland.

DiStasio scored the first 14 points to help the Stags to a 25-7 lead. Cheverus added 25 in the second quarter for a 50-14 lead at the half.

Shawn Grover had 15 points and Noah Stebbins finished with 11 for Cheverus.

Westbrook had nine players with at least a field goal, led by Zachery Bean with eight points.

 

LAKE REGION 70, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 47: Alexander Hartford and Michael Triglione scored 23 points each for Lake Region (2-3) against the Patriots (1-3) at Gray.

The Lakers used a 20-8 run in the third period to open a 52-31 lead.

Austin Keenan led the Patriots with 18 points.

 

BOOTHBAY REGION 62, HALL-DALE 51: Ben Dickinson scored 21 points for the Seahawks (3-1), who pulled away from the Bulldogs (3-1) in the middle quarters at Boothbay Harbor.

Anthony DiMauro and freshman John Hepburn, who had 14 rebounds, each chipped in 14 points for the Seahawks, who outscored Hall-Dale 34-24 during the second and third periods for a 51-41 lead.

Mike Woods had 26 points for Hall-Dale.

 

DEERING 78, NOBLE 36: Jon Amabile had 16 points to lead four double-digit scorers for the Rams (4-0) against the Knights (0-4) at North Berwick.

Deering also got 15 points apiece from Labson Abwoch and Patrick Green, and 13 from Thiwat Thiwat.

The Rams had a 30-10 run in the second quarter to make it 46-15.

 

WELLS 76, FREEPORT 64: Dylan Stevens scored 26 points and Jake Moody added 20 for Wells (2-3), which took an 18-8 first-quarter lead against the Falcons (1-3) at Freeport.

Zach Deshaies chipped in 12 points for the Warriors. Joshua Weirich had 27 for the Falcons.

 

BRUNSWICK 46, OXFORD HILLS 41: Mitchell Black scored 10 of his 11 points in the fourth quarter as Brunswick (3-1) used a 17-9 run to clip Oxford Hills (1-3) at South Paris.

The Dragons held on after Black hit a 3-pointer with about three minutes remaining for a 36-35 lead.

Deric Hanscom scored 16 points for the Vikings.

 

GARDINER 55, MORSE 40: Aaron Tolman scored 26 points for the Tigers (3-1), who used a 17-4 fourth-quarter run to put away the Shipbuilders (1-2) at Bath.

Ted Cole scored 16 points for Morse. Matt Munster added 10.

 

BIDDEFORD 74, MASSABESIC 41: Nate McKeown scored all six of his points in the third period and Bob Cote added five of his 20 as Biddeford (2-2) opened a 39-26 halftime lead to 61-34 against the Mustangs (1-3) at Waterboro.

Patrick Wilson finished with 13 points and Nicholas Leblond 12 for the Tigers. Ryan Dodge led Massabesic with 16.

 

SKOWHEGAN 74, MT. ARARAT 66: Levi Barnes had 25 points as the Indians (1-3) beat the Eagles (1-4) at Skowhegan.

Ethan Johnson added 20 points, Aren LeBrun 11 and Trevor Hisler 10 for Skowhegan.

J.D. Cole had 16 points for Mt. Ararat.

 

LEWISTON 62, CONY 51: Shawn Ricker scored 16 points and Joe McKinnon added 14 to lead the Blue Devils (4-0) over Cony (1-3) at Augusta.

Walker Cooper led Cony with 18 points, and Ben Lucas had 16 points and 11 rebounds.

HOCKEY

SOUTH PORTLAND 5, PORTLAND 1: Nick Whitten had two goals and two assists as South Portland (1-3) beat the Bulldogs (0-4) at Portland.

Whitten scored from Andrew Whipple less than three minutes into the game, then set up Whipple for a short-handed goal two minutes later to make it 2-0.

Whipple finished with a goal and two assists; Jared Wood and Brendan Horton also scored for the Red Riots. Zach Luce answered for Portland.

 

SCARBOROUGH 8, BONNY EAGLE 0: Jack Rousselle had three goals and Trevor Murray added two as the Red Storm (3-0-1) handled the Scots (1-3) at Saco.

Murray scored the first two goals, then Rouselle made it 5-0 by scoring the last goal of the first period and the first two of the second.

Matt Henderson, Garrett McDonald and Cam Brochu also scored.