GORHAM – Kristin Ross had 16 points and 13 rebounds, and Gorham nailed down a spot in the Western Class A girls’ basketball tournament with a 42-24 victory over Westbrook in a Southern Maine Activities Association game Friday night.

Ross scored eight points during a 15-6 third-quarter run that gave Gorham (8-10) a 29-16 lead.

Lexi Merrifield added 10 points for the Rams.

Westbrook (8-10) already was assured of a postseason berth.

MCAULEY 51, SOUTH PORTLAND 32: Allie Clement scored 14 points and Alexa Coulombe had 12 to lead McAuley (18-0) at South Portland (7-11).

Sadie DiPierro added 10 points for the Lions, who led 26-12 at the half.

Danica Gleason had 13 points for the Red Riots.

SANFORD 56, MASSABESIC 42: Katelyn King scored 16 points as the Redskins (10-8) defeated the Mustangs (5-13) at Waterboro.

Heather LeBlanc had 15 points and Samantha Adams added 10 for Sanford, which outscored Massabesic 34-11 over the middle quarters.

Audrey Hoyle led Massabesic with 12 points, including 10 of 12 free throws. Morgan Reny finished with 11 points.

MARSHWOOD 57, NOBLE 25: Jorden Mitchell finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds, and Aubrey Folger added 12 points to lead the Hawks (15-3) past the Knights (2-16) at North Berwick.

Brittany Racicot paced Noble with 11 points. Chandler Waterman finished with seven.

WINDHAM 49, BONNY EAGLE 33: Meghan Gribbin scored 20 points to lead the Eagles (14-4) past the visiting Scots (7-11).

Stephanie Frost added 14 points for Windham, which outscored the Scots 13-4 in the second quarter and 18-10 in the fourth.

Gribbin, who also had six rebounds and three assists, scored nine points in the fourth.

Alicia Hoyt had 13 points for Bonny Eagle.

SCARBOROUGH 69, KENNEBUNK 27: Ashley Briggs, Bailey Adams and Kaitlin Prince scored 13 points apiece to lead Scarborough (17-1) at Kennebunk (1-17).

LAKE REGION 35, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 26: Kelsey Winslow finished with 10 points and nine rebounds, and Sydney Hancock added nine points to lead the Lakers (16-2) past the Patriots (9-9) at Naples.

Maggie Chaplin paced Gray-New Gloucester with eight points.

Tiana-Jo Carter pulled down 11 rebounds for Lake Region.

YARMOUTH 55, FALMOUTH 43: Morgan Cahill finished with 31 points to lead the Clippers (8-10) past the Yachtsmen (9-9) at Falmouth.

Anna Hickey led Falmouth with 13 points, and Nicole Rogers scored 10.

GREELY 41, CAPE ELIZABETH 26: Jaclyn Storey scored 14 points, Ashley Storey had 12 and the Rangers (15-3) recharged their inside game in the second half against the Capers (4-14) at Cumberland.

Jaclyn Storey also had 11 rebounds and three assists for Greely, which outscored the Capers 28-13 in the second half.

Marlo Dell’Aquila made three 3-pointers for Cape.

POLAND 58, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 49: Brittany Maheux hit two 3-pointers to spark a fourth-quarter comeback, and the Knights (6-12) started overtime with an 8-0 run to beat the Raiders (5-13) at Poland.

Poland trailed 33-28 entering the fourth quarter, but Fryeburg needed a buzzer-beating 3-pointer from Sarah Welch to force overtime.

Maheux paced the Knights with 15 points. Michaella Arsenault contributed 13 points and 16 rebounds, and Emily Bolduc had 12 points and six steals as Poland set a school record for wins in a season.

Maggie McConkey scored 12 points and Kendra Fox had 10 for Fryeburg.

TRAIP ACADEMY 54, NYA 19: Selena Lorrey scored 18 points and Katherine Volpe had 13 to lead the Rangers (10-8) past the Panthers (9-9) at Kittery.

Volpe and Lorrey combined for 11 points in the first quarter as Traip Academy took a 17-4 lead.

FREEPORT 49, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 31: Nina Davenport scored 16 points and Alexandra Mitch had 13 to lead Freeport (9-9) past visiting Old Orchard Beach (11-7).

Davenport and Mitch combined for 19 points in the second half, when the Falcons switched to a zone defense and outscored the Seagulls 25-11.

Christina Coleman had 11 points for Old Orchard Beach.

WAYNFLETE 53, SACOPEE VALLEY 21: Martha Veroneau scored 21 points to lead the Flyers (11-7) past the Hawks (6-12) at South Hiram.

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