WELLS — Kelly Beisswanger’s two free throws with 25 seconds left Tuesday night completed a huge comeback that lifted Wells to a 45-44 victory against Freeport in a Western Maine Conference schoolgirl basketball game.

The Warriors (4-1) used a 20-8 run in the fourth quarter to pass the Falcons (2-2).

After Jeni Wallingford’s second 3-pointer of the fourth period brought Wells within 42-39, Abby Moody stole the inbounds pass and drove for a layup that made it 42-41.

The Warriors went ahead on their next possession when Allison Furness drove from the high post for a left-handed layup and a 43-42 lead. Beisswanger’s foul shots made it 45-42 before Morgan Brown put back an offensive rebound for Freeport.

 

DEERING 63, NOBLE 28: Emily Cole sank three 3-pointers during a 26-0 run as the Rams (2-2) pulled away from a 12-10 lead midway through the first period to a 38-10 halftime advantage against Noble (1-3) at Portland.

Cole finished with 15 points. Ella Ramonas added 12 points, and Chelsea Saucier had 10 points and nine assists for Deering. Chandler Waterman scored 14 for the Knights.

 

MCAULEY 58, MARSHWOOD 34: Alexandra Clement scored 14 points for the Lions (4-0), who took a 15-5 first-quarter lead against the Hawks (2-2) at South Berwick.

Alexa Coulombe and Olivia Smith each had 12 points for McAuley. Sadie Dipierro added a pair of first-half 3-pointers.

Aubrey Folger scored 13 points for Marshwood.

 

MEDOMAK VALLEY 42, BELFAST 36: Alana Vose scored 14 points in the second half to help Medomak Valley (2-2) rally past Belfast (1-2) at Waldoboro.

The Panthers trailed 20-13 at halftime, then outscored Belfast 29-16 in the second half. Vose finished with 17 points, three assists and four steals.

Mallory Robbins added 11 rebounds and eight points for Medomak.

 

SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 35, PINE TREE ACADEMY 22: Seacoast Christian (3-1) scored 26 points in the second half to pull away from Pine Tree Academy (1-4) at Freeport.

Ruth Towne led Seacoast with 14 points. Jenny English added 10.

Hannah Koester and Sandy Gentile scored nine points apiece for Pine Tree.

 

BIDDEFORD 61, MASSABESIC 54: Bryanna Michaud was 7 for 8 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to help Biddeford (1-3) stay on top of Massabesic (0-3), at Biddeford.

Alyson Roy led the offense with 26 points and scored 10 in the fourth quarter. Michaud finished with 16 points for the Tigers.

The Mustangs relied on Morgan Reny, who netted 26 points. Teammate Alexandria Braley scored 14.

 

GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 33, ISLESBORO 29: Suzie Gonzalez had 13 points and 12 rebounds for the Lions (2-1) against Islesboro (2-2) at South Portland.

Greater Portland built a 27-19 lead through three periods, then held on.

Sierra Roy scored nine points to lead the Eagles.

 

MT. ARARAT 59, SKOWHEGAN 42: Chelsea Crawford scored seven of her 15 points in the fourth quarter to help Mt. Ararat (3-1) take command against Skowhegan (3-1) at Topsham.

 

THORNTON ACADEMY 47, SOUTH PORTLAND 43: Meghan Agger and Olivia Shaw scored 13 points apiece to help Thornton Academy (3-0) hold off South Portland (2-2) at Saco.

The Trojans led 29-15 at halftime.

Agger provided a 3-pointer and a turnaround jumper in the fourth quarter, and Shaw iced it with a pair of free throws.

 

LAKE REGION 59, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 26: Tiana-Jo Carter scored 14 points and Allison Clark had 12 to lead the Lakers (5-0) past the Patriots (2-2) at Gray.

Lake Region finished the second quarter with an 11-0 run to take a 25-11 lead. Carter scored eight in the quarter and Abby Craffey had six.

 

YORK 38, TRAIP ACADEMY 15: Ruby Cribby scored seven points in the first half, including a pair of 3-pointers, and Andrea Mountford six points to power York (4-1) to a 20-6 halftime lead over the Rangers (4-1) in Kittery.

The Wildcats then opened the second half with a 10-0 run to widen the lead to 30-6 enterng the final quarter.

 

CHEVERUS 43, WESTBROOK 32: Cheverus (4-0) converted 10 of 14 free throws in the fourth period, including 6 of 6 by Alexandra Palazzi-Leahy, to pull away from the Blue Blazes (1-3) at Westbrook.

After a 22-22 tie through three quarters, Cheverus opened a 31-25 lead on Palazzi-Leahy’s 3-pointer. Cheverus then took advantage of Westbrook fouls to widen the lead to 11.

 

BRUNSWICK 41, OXFORD HILLS 31: Julia Champagne and Lauren Carlton had two steals each as the Dragons (2-2) used a pressing defense to hold Oxford Hills (2-2) without a field goal in the first half, opening an 18-6 lead at Brunswick.

 

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 44, POLAND 43: Maggie McConkey hit 1 of 2 free throws with seven seconds remaining, then stole the ball at half-court to end the game and lift the Raiders (1-4) over Poland (0-5) at Fryeburg.

McConkey finished with a game-high 16 points.

 

GARDINER 58, MORSE 37: Katie McAllister finished with 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Tigers (4-0), who used an 18-3 run in the second quarter to beat Morse (1-2) at Gardiner.

 

BONNY EAGLE 59, PORTLAND 38: Alicia Hoyt scored 22 points to lead Bonny Eagle (2-2) over the Bulldogs (0-5) at Portland.

Nyaliep Deng and Angie Reali combined for 21 points for the Bulldogs.

 

GREELY 49, CAPE ELIZABETH 23: Caroline Hamilton scored nine of her points in the first quarter as Greely (4-1) opened a 17-3 lead against the Capers (2-3) at Cape Elizabeth.

Hamilton and Ashley Storey, who finished with 10 points, combined to score 17 of the Rangers’ 27 first-half points.

 

FALMOUTH 33, YARMOUTH 27: Ally Hickey and Laney Evers scored eight points each, and Ashleigh Burton added five to lead the Yachtsmen (4-1) past the Clippers (1-4) at Yarmouth.

Morgan Cahill scored 11 points, and Jeanna Lowery, Grace O’Donnell and Lane Simsarian added four each for Yarmouth.