STANDISH — Terion Moss scored nine of his 20 points during the first quarter as Portland opened up an 11-point lead in beating Bonny Eagle 75-49 Tuesday night in boys’ basketball.

Amir Moss also scored 20 for the Bulldogs (2-0).

Troy Bogdahn score 15 for Bonny Eagle (1-1), Jack Hogan 12 and Isiah Peters 11.

SOUTH PORTLAND 67, WESTBROOK 35: Jack Fiorini scored seven points during the second quarter as the Red Riots (1-1) used transition baskets off a pressure defense to outscore Westbrook (0-2) 22-5 and take a 31-14 halftime lead in South Portland.

Sam DePaolo’s 11 points led 14 scorers for South Portland.

DEERING 105, NOBLE 33: Malik White scored 17 of his 19 points during the first half, lifting Deering (2-0) to a 50-20 halftime lead over the Knights (0-2) in North Berwick.

GORHAM 60, SANFORD 39: Billy Ruby finished with 19 points to lead the Rams (1-0) over the Spartans (0-2) at Sanford.

Ethan Belanger led Sanford with 17 points.

THORNTON ACADEMY 64, SCARBOROUGH 36: Corey Hart and David Keohan scored 13 points each to lead Thornton Academy (2-0) in a rout of the Red Storm (1-1) at Scarborough.

The Trojans opened up a 35-12 lead in the first half and finished the game with points from all 10 players who had playing time.

Morgan Pratt scored 13 points for Scarborough.

BRUNSWICK 59, MT. ARARAT 47: Caleb Cost scored eight points in the fourth quarter and Thomas Hanson had seven as the Dragons (2-0) outscored Mt. Ararat (1-1) 18-10 to push away from a four-point lead in Brunswick.

Hanson finished with 18 points.

MASSABESIC 74, MARSHWOOD 57: Dan Amabile and Ryan Gullickson combined for 20 first-half points as the Mustangs (2-0) jumped to an early lead and eased past the Hawks (0-2) at South Berwick.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 56, LINCOLN ACADEMY 46: Spruce Mountain (1-1) used a full-court press to gain an edge over Lincoln Academy (0-2) at Newcastle.

James Ouellette led the winners with 11 points.

Cody Tozier led Lincoln Academy with 12 points.

ISLEBORO 60, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 29: The Eagles (2-0) used an 18-6 second quarter to pull away as they handled the Lions (0-2) at Portland.

Forrest Boucher led all scorers with 15 points for Isleboro.

Mason Jones was the only player in double figures for Greater Portland with 10 points.

POLAND 54, FRYEBURG 48: John Fossett scored 18 points to lead the Knights (2-0) over Fryeburg Academy (0-1) at Poland.

Oscar Heras Flecha led the Raiders with 16 points.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 56, ERSKINE ACADEMY 47: Nicholas DePatsy scored 35 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and had five steals to lead Medomak Valley (2-0) over Erskine Academy (0-2) at South China.

DePatsy scored 11 points in the first quarter as the Panthers raced to a 17-9 lead.

KENNEBUNK 72, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 63: Zachary MacKinnon’s 26 points topped Kennebunk (1-1) during a victory against the Patriots (0-2) in Gray.

John Villanueva’s 24 led Gray-New Gloucester.

CHEVERUS 59, WINDHAM 39: The Stags (2-0) outscored the Eagles (0-2) 16-4 in the second quarter and opened a 16-point halftime lead and eased to a win at Windham.

Jesse Matthews had seven of his 15 points in the quarter, and Austin Boudreau led all scorers for Cheverus with 16 points.

Nick Curtis led Windham with 12 points.

MORSE 43, LEAVITT 42: Matt Belanger hit a runner on the baseline with 14 seconds left in overtime for the winner to lead the Shipbuilders (1-0) past the Hornets (0-2) at Bath.

Tom Warren hit the tying hoop with 15 seconds remaining in regulation.

Keegan McDonough had a game-high 19 points for the Shipbuilders, Warren chipped in six points.

Eli Calder led Leavitt with 11 points.


SCARBOROUGH 5, CHEVERUS 0: Cam Nigro had three goals and added an assist as the Red Storm (2-0) rolled past the Stags (1-1) at the MHG Arena in Saco.

Scarborough was 5 for 7 on the power play.

KENNEBUNK 4, NOBLE/WELLS 3: Kyle Beaupre received a pass at the top of the circle and shot top shelf to the short side, breaking a 3-3 tie with 4:26 left in regulation as the Rams (1-1) beat Noble/Wells (1-1) in Biddeford.

YARMOUTH 4, GORHAM 1: The Clippers (2-0) scored three unanswered third-period goals as they beat the Rams (0-2) at Travis Roy Ice Arena in Yarmouth.