SACO – Trevor Murray had a goal and two assists Saturday to help Scarborough to a 6-0 victory against Marshwood-Traip Academy in a schoolboy hockey game.

Nick Bagley, Eric Grantz and Garrett McDonald each contributed a goal and an assist for the Red Storm (7-1).

Tyler Gagnon made 50 saves for Marshwood/Traip (4-4).

KENNEBUNK 5, WINDHAM-SACOPEE VALLEY 0: Ben Bath scored one goal and assisted on two others Saturday to lead Kennebunk (3-4) against Windham-Sacopee Valley (2-5) at Gorham.

Nick Bath and Bryce Fraser added a goal and an assist apiece, and Ben Cherry and James Ross also scored for the Rams, who had a 34-7 advantage in shots.

Mike LeBlanc recorded the shutout with seven saves. Clayton Owens stopped 29 shots for Windham/Sacopee Valley.

BONNY EAGLE 11, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Josh Bagley scored twice and assisted on three other goals as the Scots (5-0) beat South Portland (0-5) at Gorham.

Kyle Whitman, Travis Rogers and Justin Miles also scored twice for Bonny Eagle, and Shayne Plummer had a goal and three assists.

CAPE ELIZABETH 5, WESTBROOK 1: Satchell McCarthy scored two goals for the Capers (2-4-1), who used five unanswered goals to rally past the Blue Blazes (1-6) at Portland.

Jack Drinan and Curtis Guimond added a goal and an assist apiece, and Chris Grennon also scored for Cape Elizabeth.

Darian Doucette scored 2:13 into the game for Westbrook.

Richard Henward finished with 42 saves for the Blue Blazes, who were outshot, 47-15.

BIDDEFORD 3, GORHAM 3: Nik Lemieux scored a pair of goals 20 seconds apart early in the third period to tie the score for the Tigers (4-4-1) against the Rams (3-4-1) at Gorham.

Trailing 3-0, Matt Jerome of Biddeford scored a short-handed goal with 5:25 left in the second period.

Jerome also assisted on both goals by Lemieux.

NOBLE/WELLS 3, FRYEBURG ACADEMY/LAKE REGION 1: Chullainn Kelly had a goal and an assist to help Noble/Wells (2-5) down Fryeburg Academy/Lake Region (1-4-1) at Rochester, N.H.

Dean Pratt and Nick Hudson scored second-period goals to give the Knights a 2-0 lead.


TRAIP ACADEMY 96, SACOPEE VALLEY 42: Chris Czachor scored 17 points to lead 12 scorers for the Rangers (4-4) against the Hawks (0-7) at Kittery.

WAYNFLETE 47, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 44: Max Belleau connected on a pair of drives to the basket and added two free throws, scoring six of the final seven points for the Flyers (7-1) against Fryeburg Academy (1-7) at Portland.

Serge Nyirikamba led Waynflete with 19 points; Belleau finished with 10. Bright Amoako and Jaquan Causer had 12 each for the Raiders.

WELLS 67, LAKE REGION 56: Dylan Stevens had 25 points and 10 rebounds, and Jake Moody added 21 points and seven rebounds to lead the Warriors (5-2) past the Lakers (3-5) at Wells.

Chris Carney added 11 points for Wells, which took a 25-8 first-quarter lead.

FALMOUTH 66, FREEPORT 25: Grant Burfeind scored 12 points to lead the Yachtsmen (8-0) against the Falcons (1-6) at Falmouth.

Jackson Simonds added 10 points and 10 rebounds for Falmouth, which led 35-16 at halftime.

YORK 64, GRAY-NEW GLOU-CESTER 41: Aaron Todd scored 18 points and Hayden Webster added 16 to lead the Wildcats (7-1) past Gray-New Gloucester (1-5) at York.

The Wildcats steadily built a 49-41 lead through the first three period before intensifying their defensive pressure to outscore the Patriots 15-0 in the final quarter.

BOOTHBAY REGION 52, HALL-DALE 50: John Hepburn scored 12 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter and the Seahawks (7-1) held off the Bulldogs (6-2) at Boothbay Harbor.

PINE TREE ACADEMY 63, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 32: Jean-Pierre Tashamala scored 16 of his 23 points in the first quarter to propel the Breakers (4-5) to a 26-4 lead against the Lions (0-5) at Saco.

Zach Wilday added 15 points for the Breakers.

GREELY 58, YARMOUTH 44: Bailey Train had 26 points and 12 rebounds, and the Rangers (5-3) held the Clippers (4-4) to two field goals in the fourth quarter, pulling away with a 17-4 run at Cumberland.

Train scored eight in the fourth and Michael McDevitt chipped in five.

CAPE ELIZABETH 57, POLAND 47: Chris Robicheaw and Ethan Murphy each scored 15 points as the Capers (7-1) handled the Knights (2-6) at Poland.

Henry Babcock and Xander Schonewolf added eight points apiece for the Capers, who closed the first half with a 13-1 run for a 35-23 lead.

HYDE 41, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 35: Warsame Mohamed opened the game with a 3-pointer, setting the Phoenix (6-0) en route to a 14-7 first-quarter lead over Seacoast Christian (3-4) at South Berwick.

Hyde extended the lead to 38-26 before the Guardians closed with a 9-3 run.