KENNEBUNK — Yarmouth used full-court pressure and 11 second-half points from Adam Labrie to pull away for a 75-49 win over Kennebunk in a Western Maine Conference boys’ basketball season opener Saturday.

Cody Cook scored 17 points for the Clippers and Labrie finished with 16.

Zachary MacKinnon led Kennebunk with 15 points. Travon Bradford added 12 and Jack Lapham had 10.

FOREST HILLS 76, VINALHAVEN 33: Brandon Ouellette led five players in double figures with 19 points and added eight assists as the Tigers (2-0) handled the Vikings (0-2) at Vinalhaven.

Ryan Petrin contributed 12 points and 21 rebounds, Matt Turner scored 16 points, Tanner Daigle had 13, and Carson Veilleux tossed in 10.

Keon Arey and Cody Hamilton each scored six points to lead Vinalhaven.


YARMOUTH 47, KENNEBUNK 24: Jessica Kirk scored 18 points as the Clippers beat the Rams at Yarmouth.

Gabby Fogg led Kennebunk with seven points.

PINE TREE ACADEMY 57, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 26: Alex Goodman had a quadruple-double with 27 points, 11 rebounds, 11 assists and 10 steals as the Breakers defeated the Lions at Freeport.

Kim Emerson added 22 points, 16 rebounds and five blocks for PTA.

Clarissa Jones led GPCS with 10 points.

MONMOUTH ACADEMY 60, LISBON 35: Tia Day scored 20 points to lead the Mustangs over the Greyhounds in Monmouth.

Mia Durgin and Jasmin Le notched seven points apiece for Lisbon.


CAPE ELIZABETH 4, GARDINER 2: Curtis Guimond scored a pair of second-period goals to lead the Capers past the Tigers at Portland Ice Arena.

Cape Elizabeth built a 4-0 lead before Gardiner countered with goals from Tristan Hebert and Cam Bigelow.

Matthew Riggle and Peyton Weatherbie contributed a goal apiece for the Capers, and Ross LeBlond stopped 13 shots. Michael Poirier made 40 saves for Gardiner.

CAMDEN HILLS 2, GORHAM 0: James Orne scored midway through the second period and Simon Lydon added an empty-net goal for the Windjammers against the Rams in Rockport.

Zach Hand finished with 20 saves for Camden Hills. Noah Bird made 25 stops for Gorham.

NOBLE/WELLS 8, POLAND/GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER/OAK HILL 2: Dean Pratt had four goals and an assist as Noble/Wells won a season opener in Rochester, New Hampshire.

Noah Pease added two goals and two assists for the Knights, who built a 4-0 lead after one period.

Pratt put Noble in control early, scoring twice during the first six minutes and then again late in the period as the Knights built a 4-0 lead.

Isaiah Dubois and Ethan Cailler scored for the 26ers.

KENNEBUNK 13, MARSHWOOD/TRAIP 0: Bo Beveridge had three goals and two assists, and Dave Parker finished with two goals and three assists to lead the Rams to a win over Marshwood/Traip in Biddeford.

Miles Eaton added two goals and an assist, and Joe Mooney also scored twice.

BIDDEFORD 5, PORTLAND/DEERING 2: Zack Thompson scored two of his three goals during the third period as the Tigers tallied four times to overcome a 2-1 deficit against Portland/Deering in Portland.

Thompson also had an assist. Ricky Rudd and Dylan Demers each had a goal and an assist for Biddeford, as did Dominic Tocci for Portland/Deering.

WINSLOW 7, JOHN BAPST 6: Alex Berard’s goal off a one-timer with a little over one minute remaining gave the Black Raiders’ a season-opening win at Sukee Arena.

Winslow was up 6-2 heading into the third period.

Berard and Jacob Trask paced the Black Raiders with three goals apiece. Jimmy Fowler finished with four assists.


YORK 4, CHEVERUS 0: Emma Ford scored in each of the first two periods to lead the Wildcats (2-1) past the Stags (2-2) at Rochester, New Hampshire.

Eleanor Cifrino and Katherine Bertolini added third-period goals.

BIDDEFORD 7, GORHAM/BONNY EAGLE 0: Taylor Turgeon recorded a hat trick as the Tigers (2-2) cruised past Gorham/Bonny Eagle (0-4) at Biddeford.

Rebekah Guay had a goal and an assist, and Cassidy Petit contributed three assists. Alaina Keely stopped seven shots in recording the shutout.

Alexandra Johnson made 27 saves for Gorham/Bonny Eagle.


YORK 8, BRUNSWICK 0: The Wildcats (1-1) broke open a close game with two goals in the final minute of the second period, then added five third-period goals against the Dragons (0-4) at Dover, New Hampshire.

Kendall Carr finished with two goals and an assist, and Addie Fredette also scored twice. Ashley Karpowicz, Maeve Campbell and Kara Kelly each had a goal and an assist.


WINDHAM 3, MT. ARARAT/LISBON 2: Zack Callahan scored two power-play goals and Tyler Johnson got the go-ahead goal midway through the second period as Windham rallied past Mt. Ararat/Lisbon in a season opener at Brunswick.

Mt. Ararat/Lisbon jumped to a 2-0 lead in the first period on goals by Austin Fournier and Cam Grant. Callahan put Windham on the board with 14 seconds left in the first, then tied it at 5:22 of the second.


TRAIP ACADEMY 74, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 62: Joe Cavanagh scored 14 points and the Rangers built a 24-11 lead in the first quarter against the visiting Seagulls at Kittery.

Five other Traip players reached double figures: Josh Scheier and Angelo Succi with 12, Alex Foye and Daniel Tokarz with 11, and Colin Macomber with 10.

Eric Hogan led the Seagulls with 25 points.

SOUTH PORTLAND 47, NOBLE 31: Ruay Bol led the way with 15 points as the Red Riots cruised past the Knights at North Berwick.

Jaren Muller had 12 points and seven rebounds, and Jordin Jackson added 11 points and seven rebounds for South Portland.

Shane Cleveland paced Noble with six points.