WINDHAM — Kevin Weisser scored 22 points, including three 3-pointers, and Windham held on to down Noble 60-56 in an SMAA schoolboy basketball game Tuesday night.

Ryan Gorham had 17 points and Troy Davis added 11 for the Eagles (9-4), who broke a 23-23 halftime tie by outscoring the Knights 22-17 in the third quarter. Weisser had nine points in the third.

Nolan Smeeton of Noble (2-11) made 14 field goals and two free throws for 30 points, and Shane Cleveland and Brandon Davis each chipped in 10 points.

SACOPEE VALLEY 60, A.R. GOULD 48: Blake Trueworthy scored 26 points, including five 3-pointers, as the Hawks (3-8) defeated the Bears (2-10) at South Hiram.

Trueworthy had all of his 3-pointers in the first half, including three in the second quarter when Sacopee went ahead 37-17 with a 21-4 run.

Gage Barton scored 22 points, Tyler Morency had four 3-pointers and finished with 15 points, and Mohamed Roon added 11 points for A.R. Gould.

PORTLAND 78, SCARBOROUGH 71: Stephen Alex scored a game-high 29 points, including going 11 of 12 at the foul line in the fourth quarter for the Bulldogs (13-0), who pulled away from the Red Storm (7-7) down the stretch at Scarborough.

Liam Densmore added 20 points and Amir Moss scored 17 for Portland, which led 44-36 at halftime but saw Scarborough rally to make it 56-56 going into the fourth quarter.

The Red Storm were led by Nate Wessel with 24 points. Jake Gardner chipped in 21 points and Sam Freeman finished with 15, including three 3-pointers.

DEERING 67, SANFORD 55: Benedict Williams scored 17 points to lead four players in double figures for the Rams (9-4), who opened the second half with a 19-12 run to pull away from the Spartans (3-8) at Sanford.

Garang Majok added 14 points, and Raffaele Salamone and Malik White finished with 10 apiece for Deering, which led 35-33 at halftime.

Connor Yuill scored 14 points, and Brad Bouchard made four 3-pointers and finished with 13 points for Sanford.

YARMOUTH 80, WELLS 48: Adam LaBrie scored a game-high 23 points for the Clippers (10-3), who took a 28-10 first-quarter lead and cruised past the Warriors (1-11) at Wells.

Conor O’Donnell chipped in 13 points, Cody Cook scored 12 and Bailey Darling 10 for Yarmouth.

Nate Booth and Keegan Reidy had 10 points apiece, and Deandre Woods added nine points and five rebounds for the Warriors.

BONNY EAGLE 64, MASSABESIC 49: Ben Malloy scored 33 points for the Scots (9-5), who pulled away from the Mustangs (1-12) in the fourth quarter at Waterboro.

Bonny Eagle led 42-40 after three quarters and outscored the Mustangs 22-9 in the fourth.

HYDE 43, RANGELEY 24: Andrew Palermo finished with 17 points and six assists, and Antoine Montgomery added 10 points and eight assists for the Phoenix (10-1) against the Lakers (3-9) at Bath.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

DEERING 48, SANFORD 30: Amanda Brett scored 15 points and Katasia Titherington added 10 for the Rams (11-2), who built a 31-15 halftime lead and downed the Spartans (2-11) at Portland.

Mary Tadsse chipped in nine points for Deering and Cierra Burnham pulled down 11 rebounds.

Summer Camire led Sanford with eight points.

WINDHAM 59, NOBLE 22: Sadie Nelson scored 29 points as the Eagles (4-9) beat the Knights (0-13) at North Berwick.

Nelson had seven 2-pointers, three 3-pointers and six free throws. Mya Mannette scored seven points, and Lyndsey Arsenault, Ciera Berthiaume and Macy Mannette had six apiece.

Melodie Bailey scored six points for Noble.

BOOTHBAY REGION 50, LISBON 20: Morgan Crocker scored 21 points to lead the Seahawks (13-1) past the Greyhounds (2-11) at Boothbay Harbor.

Cagney O’Brien added nine points for Boothbay.

BONNY EAGLE 63, MASSABESIC 51: The Scots (5-8) opened a 31-11 lead in the first quarter and held off the Mustangs (1-12) at Standish.

In the first quarter, Elizabeth Bushey had eight of her 10 points, Cassidy Emery got all her seven and the Scots made six 3-pointers.

PINE TREE ACADEMY 59, FOREST HILLS 31: Alex Goodman scored 27 points with 14 rebounds, eight assists and seven steals for the Breakers (13-1) against the Tigers (11-3) at Freeport.

Kim Emerson had 20 points and 10 rebounds for the Breakers, who led 18-4 after one quarter and 33-10 at the half.

RANGELEY 64, HYDE 31: The Lakers (12-0) used a 12-2 run in the second quarter to pull away from the Phoenix (9-1) at Bath.

Hyde standout Lilli Allen left in the first quarter due to an injury.

YARMOUTH 33, WELLS 26: Sara D’Appolonia finished with 15 points, five steals, five rebounds and three assists for the Clippers (5-7), who held off a late run by the Warriors (3-10) at Wells.

Alison Clark added seven points, seven rebounds and five steals for the Clippers. Allyson O’Brien led Wells with eight points.