SOUTH BERWICK — Marshwood used its press to force numerous turnovers on the way to a 54-32 win over Biddeford in an SMAA girls’ basketball game Friday night.

The Hawks (3-2) scored 21 points in the second quarter to take a 35-17 lead. Hailey Tarr got seven of her nine points in the second quarter and also finished with five steals. Gianna Riccardi had nine points and six steals.

Kendra Cote was the only player in double figures for Biddeford (1-4) with 13 points.

BONNY EAGLE 47, WESTBROOK 39: Elizabeth Bushey and Cassidy Emery scored eight points apiece to lead a balanced attack for the Scots (3-3) against the Blue Blazes (3-2) at Standish.

Bonny Eagle made 13 foul shots in the fourth quarter to protect its lead.

Westbrook was paced by Alisha Aube with 19 points.

THORNTON ACADEMY 50, SANFORD 15: Katie McCrum scored 11 and Hayden Campbell added 10 to lead Thornton (5-0) to a win at Sanford (0-5).

The Golden Trojans held Sanford to one field goal through the first three quarters while building a 43-8 lead.

McAULEY 65, NOBLE 16: Jess Willerson contributed 18 points and seven rebounds to lead the Lions (4-1) over the Knights (0-6) at Portland.

Sarah Clement and Olivia Dalphonse each added eight points.

BOOTHBAY 58, HALL-DALE 45: Page Brown scored 19 points for Boothbay (4-0) in a win over Hall-Dale (3-2) at Boothbay Harbor.

Morgan Crocker added 16 points for the Seahawks.

Kayla Johnson led Hall-Dale 12 points, while Dani Sweet added 10.

OCEANSIDE 44, ERSKINE ACADEMY 22: Emily Gould scored 29 points for Oceanside (4-1) in a win over the Eagles (0-5) at South China.

RANGELEY 51, GREENVILLE 18: Seve Deery-DeRaps and Taylor Esty each scored 16 points to pace Rangeley (5-0) to a win at Greenville (1-3).

RICHMOND 26, VALLEY 24: Sydney Choate scored 13 points as the Bobcats (4-1) edged the Cavaliers (2-3) in Bingham.

THURSDAY’S GAME

SOUTH PORTLAND 65, PORTLAND 55: Abby Cavallaro scored 27 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead the Red Riots (4-1) past the Bulldogs (3-2) at Portland.

Maddie Hasson added 19 points for South Portland, which built a 17-6 lead in the first quarter.

Merritt Ryan had 15 points, Elizabeth Donato finished with 13 points and Gabby Wagabaza had 12 for Portland.