CUMBERLAND — Ashley Storey scored 26 points, including the 1,000th of her career, to lead Greely to a 63-30 win over Cape Elizabeth in a Western Maine Conference girls’ basketball game Saturday night.

Storey, who now has 1,019 points, also grabbed 11 rebounds to go along with seven blocked shots and four steals.

Moira Train contributed 10 points and four steals, and Molly Chapin chipped in with 12 points for the Rangers (13-2).

Hannah Sawyer led Cape (9-6) with 14 points.

BONNY EAGLE 44, WESTBROOK 42: Shannon Stewart hit four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points as the Scots (6-10) edged the Blue Blazes (6-10) at Westbrook.

Westbrook missed a 3-pointer and a couple put-back opportunities in the last 10 seconds.

Cassidy Emery tossed in 11 points for Bonny Eagle.

Danasia Fennie led Westbrook with 17 points.

SCARBOROUGH 54, SANFORD 45: Brooke Malone scored 12 of her 15 points in the second half as the Red Storm (8-8) defeated the Spartans (4-12) at Scarborough.

Bailey Adams and Ashley Briggs each tossed in 10 points for Scarborough.

Summer Camire led Sanford with 15 points. Hannah Howes had 14 and Elizabeth Camire added 12.

GORHAM 62, WINDHAM 41: Emily Esposito scored 18 of her 33 points in the second half as the Rams (14-2) pulled away from the Eagles (6-9) at Gorham.

Abby Hamilton added 14 points, including four 3-pointers, for the Rams, who led 28-23 at halftime.

The Eagles were paced by Sadie Nelson with 19 points.

SOUTH PORTLAND 63, PORTLAND 48: The Red Riots (12-4) used pressure defense and strong inside play to jump out to a 34-12 halftime lead on the way to a win over the Bulldogs (7-9) at South Portland.

Holly Black led South Portland with 17 points. Meghan Graff and Maddie Hasson each contributed 12 points.

Gabbie Wagabaza was the top scorer for Portland with 17 points.

DEERING 58, CHEVERUS 25: Tasia Titherington directed a balanced attack with 12 points and six assists to lead the Rams (14-2) past the Stags (9-7) at Deering.

Amanda Brett scored nine points and grabbed nine rebounds, and Cierra Burnham also tossed in nine points for Deering.

Brooke Dawson led Cheverus with nine points.

THORNTON ACADEMY 57, MASSABESIC 16: Ashley Howe scored 14 points and Katie McCrum added 11 as the Golden Trojans (14-2) cruised past the Mustangs (1-15) at Saco.

Madison Drain led Massabesic with 10 points.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 61, KENNEBUNK 43: Maria Valente and Skye Conley each scored 18 points for the Patriots (15-1) in a win over the Rams (2-14) at Kennebunk.

Eliza Bartlett contributed 11 points for Kennebunk.

LAKE REGION 50, YARMOUTH 47: Sarah Hancock scored 14 points and CeCe Hancock added 12 for the Lakers (10-6) in a win over the Clippers (6-10) at Naples.

Yarmouth was led by Sara D’Appolonia with 14 points and Meredith Lane with 10.

POLAND 39, WELLS 29: Nathalie Theriault scored 17 points to lift the Knights (9-7) over the Warriors (4-12) at Poland.

Wells was led by Natalie Thurber with 12 points.

WAYNFLETE 56, SACOPEE VALLEY 33: Helen Gray-Bauer scored 16 of her 18 points in the first half as Waynflete (11-5) downed Sacopee Valley (8-7) at South Hiram.

Juliana Harwood finished with 11 points for the Flyers and Annika Brooks scored 10.

TRAIP ACADEMY 53, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 13: The Rangers (6-10) built a 34-4 halftime lead on their way to a win over the Panthers (3-13) at Yarmouth.

Eleven players scored for Traip, led by Reilly Eddy with 10 points.

BRUNSWICK 59, SKOWHEGAN 25: Julia Champagne scored 22 points, and added seven rebounds, seven assists and 13 steals to lead the Dragons (10-5) over Skowhegan (2-14) at Brunswick.

PINE TREE ACADEMY 35, VALLEY 18: Allison Verrill and Alex Goodman each scored 12 points as the Breakers (15-1) topped the Cavaliers (6-10) in Bingham.

Samantha West paced Valley with 11 points.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 55, LINCOLN ACADEMY 52: Medomak Valley (13-3) went 12 of 16 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to hold off the Eagles (11-5) at Waldoboro.

Hannah Heald led Medomak with 16 points and Hannah Marks scored 14, including nine from the line.

Gabrielle Wajer led Lincoln with 16 points.

ST. DOMINIC 54, TELSTAR 26: Faith Grady scored 23 points and Allie Veinote added 21 on seven 3-pointers to lead the Saints (6-10) to a win at Auburn.

HALL-DALE 56, LISBON 24: Thea Sweet scored 14 points to lead the Bulldogs (10-6) to a win over the Greyhounds (5-11) in Lisbon Falls.

RANGELEY 51, RICHMOND 34: Seve Deery-DeRaps scored 19 points as the Lakers (15-0) defeated the Bobcats (10-5) in Rangeley.

Sydney Tilton finished with 12 points for Richmond.

HOCKEY

BIDDEFORD 3, CAPE ELIZABETH/WAYNFLETE/SOUTH PORTLAND 2: Jessica Laverriere scored off an assist from Taylor Turgeon eight seconds into the third period to break a 2-2 tie and lift the Tigers (7-9-1) to a win at Troubh Ice Arena.

Ailaina Keely opened the scoring for the Tigers 12:05 into the game, and Abbie Paquette added a goal that gave Biddeford a 2-1 lead with 1:17 left in the second period.

The Capers (7-9-1) tied the game at 1-1 with four minutes left in the second period on a goal by Kate Ginder, who also assisted on Kathryn Clark’s goal with 33 seconds left in the period.

YARMOUTH/FREEPORT 4, MT. ARARAT 0: Emily Johnson scored a pair of goals and set up another to lead the Clippers (10-7-1) past the Eagles (2-15-1) at Travis Roy Ice Arena.

Johnson became the program’s all-time scoring leader with 99 points.

Alison Nolan made 36 saves for Mt. Ararat.

YORK 6, WINSLOW 1: Emma Ford and Kendall Carr each scored twice to lead the Wildcats (11-5-1) past the Black Raiders (1-15-2) at Rochester, New Hampshire.

FALMOUTH 5, YORK 1: Sarah Hutcheon and Camden Carrier scored two goals apiece for Falmouth (14-4) in a win over the Wildcats (11-6-1) at Family Ice Center in Falmouth.

Martina St. Angelo added a goal and an assist for Falmouth.

York’s goal was scored by Kendall Carr to cut the deficit to 4-1 with 3:26 remaining.