YARMOUTH — Quinn Hewitt scored 22 points to help Cape Elizabeth to a 65-52 win over Yarmouth in a Western Maine Conference boys’ basketball game Saturday.

Edward Galvin added 19 points and Finn Bowe finished with 13 for Cape Elizabeth (8-2), which trailed 36-32 at halftime but took control in the third quarter with a 22-7 run.

Adam LaBrie was the player in double figures for Yarmouth (8-2), finishing with 10 points.

FALMOUTH 60, GREELY 51: Colin Coyne scored eight of his 21 points during a third-quarter surge as the Yachtsmen (7-3) rallied past the Rangers (6-4) at Cumberland Center.

Falmouth trailed 32-21 at halftime but turned things around in the third quarter, outscoring Greely 19-7.

Luke Velas and Samuel Skop also reached double figures for the Yachtsmen with 12 and 11 points, respectively.

Matt McDevitt scored 19 and Caleb Normandeau had 13 for Greely.

POLAND 74, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 70: John Fossett scored 21 points to lead four players in double figures as the Knights (5-5) nipped the Raiders (5-5) in double overtime at Fryeburg.

Adam Mocciola made five 3-pointers and finished with 20 points for Poland. Alan Young scored 11 and Zach Lowe added 10.

Jonathan Burk led Fryeburg with 21 points, Ryan Gullikson contributed 15 and Ben Darling tossed in 11.

WAYNFLETE 72, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 39: Milo Belleau scored 19 points to pace the Flyers (7-0) to a win over the Panthers (5-5) at Yarmouth.

Yai Deng added 10 points and Will Nelligan scored nine on three 3-pointers for Waynflete, which led 37-17 at halftime before outscoring the Panthers 26-4 in the third quarter.

NYA was led by Jake Malcom with 10 points and seven rebounds.

LAKE REGION 57, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 39: The Lakers (7-3) turned up the pressure in the second quarter and overcame a 14-point deficit against the Patriots (4-6) at Gray.

Quinn Piland scored 13 points and Jackson Lesure added 12 for Lake Region, which trailed 23-9 after one quarter.

Tyler St. Pierre led Gray-New Gloucester with 13 points. Andreas Kariotis tossed in 12.

CHEVERUS 53, SANFORD 28: Jesse Matthews scored 11 points to pace a balanced attack as the Stags (6-4) beat the Spartans (2-7) at Portland.

Cheverus jumped out to a 15-2 lead after one quarter.

Jack Casale added nine points for the Stags.

Connor Yuill was the top scorer for Sanford with eight points.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 48, WELLS 43: Sam Custeau scored 15 points to pace the Seagulls (4-4) in a win over the Warriors (1-8) at Wells.

Zach Hirst contributed 13 points and nailed two free throws in the final 30 seconds to help secure the win.

Joe Anderson grabbed 10 rebounds and Evan Christensen had nine assists for OOB.

YORK 42, KENNEBUNK 26: The Wildcats (5-5) jumped out to a 25-8 halftime lead and cruised to a victory over the Rams (4-6) at York.

Trevor Labonte led York with 11 points, while Justin Frecker added nine.

Zach MacKinnon scored 11 points for Kennebunk.

SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 54, SACOPEE VALLEY 50: Tim Yeaton had 23 points and 18 rebounds as the Guardians (9-1) edged the Hawks (4-5) at Eliot.

Isaac LaCroix contributed 15 points and four assists for Seacoast Christian.

Blake Trueworthy led Sacopee Valley with 16 points. Will Goforth added 10.

CARRABEC 45, OAK HILL 43: Dustin Crawford scored 13 points and William Crawford added 11 to lead the Cobras (1-9) to a win at Wales.

Oak Hill (2-9) was led by Dalton Therrien with 20 points.

VALLEY 55, SEARSPORT 46: Collin Miller scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Cavaliers (7-3) in a win over the Vikings in Bingham.

Cody Laweryson had 10 points and 11 assists for Valley.

Troy Reynolds scored 20 points and Barrett Grant finished with 18 for Searsport.

FOREST HILLS 67, TEMPLE 49: Tanner Daigle scored 19 points to help the Tigers (9-0) earn a win at Jackman.

Matt Turner added 17 points and Brandon Ouellette finished with 11.

Joseph Rossignol led Temple (3-6) with eight points.

HOCKEY

SCARBOROUGH 3, FALMOUTH 1: Cam Smith scored two goals, including the winner on a power play with less than four minutes remaining, and the Red Storm (6-3-1) edged the Yachtsmen (9-0) in Falmouth.

Colin Hayward added an empty-net goal with 1.8 seconds left.

Falmouth took a 1-0 lead in the second period on a goal by Brandon Peters. Smith tied it early in the third off a feed from Sean McDonald, who also assisted on the winner.

CAPE ELIZABETH 3, GREELY 1: Alex Glidden scored the go-ahead goal 6:56 into the second period and added an insurance goal 5:25 into the third as the Capers (5-4) beat the Rangers (1-8) at Troubh Ice Arena in Portland.

Greely took the lead 1:31 into the second period when Colby Robinson scored on assists from Nathan Gervais and Andrew Ray.

Matthew Riggle tied the game just over three minutes later with a power-play goal, assisted by Peyton Weatherbie and Eli Babcock. Weatherbie also assisted on the tying goal by Glidden, which was also a power-play goal.

Ross LeBlond made 24 saves for the Capers. Greely’s Kyle Kramlich stopped 35 shots.

SOUTH PORTLAND/FREEPORT/WAYNFLETE 7, WESTBROOK 1: Andrew Whipple scored three goals and also had an assist for the Red Riots (5-4) in a win over the Blue Blazes (0-7-1) at Troubh Ice Arena.

Kyle Halvorsen added a pair of goals and Chris Mitchell collected three assists.

Westbrook’s goal was scored by Kyle Paul 40 seconds into the third period.

CONY/MONMOUTH 6, POLAND/GNG/OAK HILL 5: Dakota Benson scored a power-play goal with 2:03 remaining as the Rams (2-4) overcame a three-goal deficit against the 26ers (3-5) in Auburn.

Cony/Monmouth, which trailed 4-1 in the second period, took the lead with three goals in a four-minute span of the third period. Ethan Cailler tied it with 3:20 remaining.

Cailler, Bailey Drouin, Ryan Lavoie and Isaiah Dubois each had a goal and an assist for the 26ers. Spencer Buck finished with two goals and two assists for Cony/Monmouth.

ST. DOMINIC 9, LAWRENCE/SKOWHEGAN 2: Ryan Lutrzykowski scored two goals for the Saints (6-1-1) in a win over the Bandits (1-6-1) at Auburn.

Cody Martin and Adam Littlefield scored for Lawrence/Skowhegan.

WATERVILLE 9, HOULTON/HODGDON 2: Michael Oliveira tallied a pair of first-period goals and Jackson Aldridge also scored twice as the Purple Panthers (6-3) won at Houlton.