WESTBROOK — Morgan Pratt scored 19 points and Emmett Peoples added 16 to lead Scarborough to a 48-45 victory against Westbrook in an SMAA schoolboy basketball opener Friday night.

Friday was the opening night of basketball for the state’s high school teams.

Zacari Manoogian scored 20 points and Bailey Ryan had 14 for the Blue Blazes.

THORNTON ACADEMY 70, MARSHWOOD 63: Rome Pura and Jack Tilly scored 17 points each to pace Thornton Academy at Saco.

John Fogg added 10 points for the Trojans.

Ryan O’Neil scored 25 points for Marshwood. Dawson Casey added 14 points and Benjamin Beers had 10.

DEERING 82, WINDHAM 60: Ben Williams and Raffaele Salamone had double-doubles for the Rams at Portland.

Williams led Deering with 23 points, 10 rebounds and six steals. Salamone added 13 points and 10 rebounds. Malik White had 14 points and Max Chabot scored 12.

Mike Gilman scored 25 points for the Eagles, including six 3-pointers. Nicholas Curtis added 14 points with four 3-pointers.

YORK 67, TRAIP ACADEMY 47: Trevor Labonte scored 10 of his 24 points in the third quarter as the Wildcats pulled away at York.

York led 15-12 at the end of the first quarter and took a 34-17 lead to halftime.

Spencer Cribby added 16 points for the Wildcats, including a pair of baskets from behind the arc.

Alex Foye led Traip with 14 points. Charlie Driscoll tossed in 11.

BRUNSWICK 53, MORSE 43: Corbin Teel scored 13 of his 15 points in the first three quarters as Brunswick took a 36-35 lead before pulling away at Bath.

The Dragons took advantage of Morse sagging back to defend Teel, driving open lanes and converting free throws to outscore the Shipbuilders 17-8 in the final quarter.

Caleb Cost complemented Teel with 10 points.

Keegan McDonough scored 20 points and Zidane McMurrin had 12 for Morse.

FALMOUTH 75, KENNEBUNK 52: Tom Coyne and Colin Coyne combined for 23 first-quarter points as Falmouth opened a 25-13 lead at Kennebunk.

Tom Coyne added nine points in the second quarter as the Yachtsmen expanded the lead to 47-20. He finished with 29 points and his brother had 21.

Zach MacKinnon scored 20 points, and Justin Wiggins and Cam Lovejoy added 12 apiece for Kennebunk.

CHEVERUS 39, SANFORD 24: Jack Casale finished with 22 points and nine rebounds to lead the Stags at Portland.

Jesse Matthews added 10 points and 13 rebounds for Cheverus.

Ethan Belanger and Brad Bouchard led Sanford with eight points each.

GREELY 73, CAPE ELIZABETH 47: Cal Soule and Ryan Twitchell scored six points each as the Rangers opened the second half with a 20-2 run to take a 58-35 lead through three quarters at Cumberland.

Matt McDevitt scored 16 of his 21 points to lead the Rangers to a 38-33 halftime lead.

Twitchell finished with 17 points and Jordan Bagshaw had 11 for Greely.

Quinn Hewitt scored 13 and Finn Bowe added 12 for the Capers.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 51, GARDINER 40: Nick DePatsy had 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead Medomak Valley at Waldoboro.

Zach Star added 11 points and five steals, and Brandon Douglas finished with five steals for Medomak.

MARANACOOK 79, LINCOLN ACADEMY 74: Kent Mohlar and Levi Emery scored seven points each after regulation as the Black Bears won a double-overtime game at Readfield.

Maranacook trailed by five points with 25 seconds remaining before Mohlar drained a 3-pointer. The Black Bears got the ball back and Emery made a bucket to force overtime.

Riley Cushing had 20 points for Lincoln.


MT. ARARAT/LISBON/MORSE 5, MASSABESIC/OLD ORCHARD BEACH/BONNY EAGLE 3: The Eagles scored four unanswered goals in the third period to come from behind and win at Brunswick.

Austin Fournier scored the winner with 8:36 left.

Noah Austin scored a pair of goals for Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse, Tyler Lacascio had a goal and a pair of assists, and Tyler Halls added a goal.

Tyler Ouellette scored twice for Massabesic/Old Orchard Beach/Bonny Eagle, and Tanner McClure added a goal.

CONY/HALL-DALE/MONMOUTH ACADEMY 4, BRUNSWICK 0: Anthony Brunelle scored two goals in the third period for Cony at Brunswick.

Cody Pelletier scored the first goal 8:38 into the game. Brett Sproul got the second goal two minutes later.