NAPLES — Shannon Todd scored 20 points and York overcame a big early deficit to beat Lake Region 54-41 in a Western Maine Conference girls’ basketball game Friday night.

Lake Region (1-1) started the game with a 12-0 run, but early foul trouble for Sierra Hancock allowed the Wildcats (3-0) to get within one by halftime. York went on a 16-6 run in the third quarter to take control.

Spencer True led Lake Region with nine points.

PORTLAND 52, MARSHWOOD 48: Merritt Ryan scored 10 points off the bench, including two key free throws late in the game as the Bulldogs (3-0) held off the Hawks (0-3) at Portland.

Gabby Wagabaza finished with 13 points and Katherine Johnson scored 10 for the Bulldogs, who led by double digits before a late charge by the Hawks.

Marshwood was led by Megan McLean with 10 points.

BONNY EAGLE 47, SANFORD 44: The Scots (1-2) used a 17-8 second quarter to take the lead into halftime and held off the Spartans (1-3) at Standish.

Elizabeth Bougie led Sanford with 13 points.

DEERING 45, NOBLE 20: Cierra Burnham scored 13 points and Katasia Titherington finished with 12 to lead the Rams (2-1) past the Knights (0-3) at North Berwick.

Deering held Noble to two points in the first quarter and led 22-8 at halftime.

Noble was paced by Taylor Mallett with nine points.

SOUTH PORTLAND 74, WESTBROOK 29: Maddy Hasson scored eight of her 17 points in the first quarter as the Red Riots (3-0) jumped out to 22-9 lead and cruised past the Blue Blazes (1-1) at South Portland.

Abby Cavallaro scored 11 and Meghan Graff tossed in 10 for South Portland.

Alisha Aube led Westbrook with 13 points. Madi Mullett added 10.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 64, CAPE ELIZABETH 46: Maria Valente scored 19 points to lead four players in double figures for the Patriots (3-0) in a win over the Capers (1-1) at Cape Elizabeth.

Grace Kariotis added 15 points, including four 3-pointers, Skye Conley scored 14, and Zoe Adams finished with 12 for the Patriots, who led 21-4 at the end of the first quarter.

Cape Elizabeth was led by Madeleine Bowe with 16 points and Montana Braxton with 13.

POLAND 40, YARMOUTH 28: Nathalie Theriault scored 15 points and Michaella Arsenault added 11 for the Knights (3-0), who pulled away from the visiting Clippers (1-1) in the second half.

Poland led 20-16 at halftime, then opened the second half with a 7-0 run that included 3-pointers from Arsenault and Hope Kohtala, who finished with eight points.

Sara D’Appolonia led Yarmouth with seven points.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 74, FREEPORT 36: Mackenzie Buzzell finished with 18 points and seven steals as the Raiders (1-2) downed the Falcons (0-3) at Fryeburg.

Julia Quinn added 13 points and three steals for Fryeburg, which outscored Freeport 25-9 in the second quarter to build a 23-point lead.

Taylor Rinaldi scored 16 points, including three 3-pointers, for Freeport. Regan Lynch chipped in with 13 points.

GREELY 64, KENNEBUNK 33: Ashley Storey scored 25 points and collected 14 rebounds the Rangers (2-1) beat the Rams (0-3) at Cumberland.

Moira Train scored eight of her 14 points in the first quarter to help Greely open a 22-5 lead. Isabel Porter came off the bench to contribute 12 points, including a 3-for-3 performance from three-point range.

WAYNFLETE 63, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 12: Waynflete scored 28 points in the first quarter on its way to a win over the Panthers (0-2) at Yarmouth.

Helen Gray-Bauer paced the Flyers with 15 points.

Suzanna Butterfield had eight points for NYA.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 50, SACOPEE VALLEY 22: Abby Dubois scored 16 points as the Seagulls (2-0) beat the Hawks (1-2) at South Hiram.

Lauralee Small added 11 points.

Helen Ruhlin led Sacopee Valley with seven points.

BRUNSWICK 46, HAMPDEN ACADEMY 36: Julia Champagne scored 25 points to lead the Dragons (2-1) past the Broncos (1-2) at Brunswick.

Madeline Suhr added eight points, 10 rebounds and 10 steals for Brunswick, which led by 16 going into the fourth quarter. The Dragons also got nine points and five assists from Emily Black.

Erin Murphy led Hampden with nine points.

MT. ARARAT 58, BREWER 36: Lindsey Cornelison had 17 points and 10 points to lead the Eagles (1-2) past the Tigers (0-3) at Topsham.

Alison Melcher added 14 points and 10 rebounds. Nikki Bradstreet finished with nine points, three assists and three steals.

Courtney Pearson led Brewer with 13 points, and Emily Lord scored 10.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 31, ERSKINE ACADEMY 9: Hannah Marks scored 12 points to lead the Panthers (3-0) over the Eagles (0-3) in South China.

Justice Barrows added eight points.