SOUTH BERWICK — McKenna Gerchman made a 3-pointer with 1:30 left in overtime to break a 42-42 tie and lift Fryeburg Academy to 48-42 win over Marshwood Tuesday night in girls’ basketball.

Marshwood (2-4) trailed 40-39 with 6 seconds left in the fourth quarter when Emily Robida went to the foul line. She made the second of her two foul shots to tie the game and force overtime.

Julia Quinn paced Fryeburg (4-1) with 22 points and Alexis L’Heureux-Carland added 11 points.

Marshwood was led by Hailey Tarr and Kathleen Locke, who each scored 10 points.

LINCOLN ACADEMY 32, WELLS 20: Avae Traina had eight points, six rebounds and two steals as the Eagles (5-1) handed the host Warriors (4-1) their first loss.

Gabrielle Wajer had six points to go with seven rebounds, five assists and five steals for Lincoln Academy, and Chloe Hallowell added seven points.

Taryn Lambert led Wells with six points.

FREEPORT 53, TRAIP ACADEMY 45: Regan Lynch scored 14 points to lift the Falcons (4-1) over the Rangers (1-6) at Kittery.

Freeport used a full-court press to race to a 25-11 halftime lead. Its lead never dipped below eight in the second half.

Jessica MacNeill and Cassidy Delano led the Rangers with 12 points apiece.

GORHAM 59, BONNY EAGLE 39: Mackenzie Holmes had 10 of her 12 points in the second quarter and Kaylea Lundin scored all of her 12 points in the second half as the Rams (6-0) cruised past the Scots (3-3) at Gorham.

Emily Esposito had a game-high 18 points for Gorham.

Mia Ferrante had nine points to lead Bonny Eagle, and Lauryn Fagan added seven points.

CHEVERUS 67, OXFORD HILLS 49: Brooke Dawson and Emme Poulin scored 14 points apiece for the Stags (4-2) as they used a strong fourth quarter to pull away from the Vikings (4-2) at Portland.

Dierdre Sanborn added 11 points and Abby Cavallaro and Kaylin Malmquist each scored 10 points for the Stags, who outscored the Vikings 23-12 in the fourth quarter.

Oxford Hills was led by Jadah Adams and Erin Morton with 10 points apiece.

MASSABESIC 46, KENNEBUNK 43: McKenzy Ouellette scored 23 points to lead the Mustangs (3-2) to a win at Kennebunk.

The Rams were led by Gabby Fogg with 12 points.

FALMOUTH 32, MT. ARARAT 29: Candice Powers made a pair of foul shots to extend the Falmouth lead to three points with 34 seconds left in overtime as the Yachtsmen (3-4) edged the Eagles (1-5) at Topsham.

Powers went 4 for 4 from the foul line during overtime and finished with a game-high 13 points to pace Falmouth.

Nikki Bradstreet and Taylor Wienckoski led Mt. Ararat with seven points apiece.

WESTBROOK 48, CAPE ELIZABETH 36: Alisha Aube had 10 of her game-high 22 points, including a pair of 3-pointers in the first quarter, as the Blue Blazers jumped to a 19-6 lead and handled the Capers (3-2) at Westbrook.

Nyagoa Bayak had 11 points for Westbrook and Madi Mullett added nine points,

Madeline Bowe led Cape Elizabeth with 13 points, and Carter Harvey had 11 points.

THORNTON ACADEMY 49, NOBLE 21: Alex Hart, Alana Pettaway and Kaylee Burns each drained 3-pointers as the Trojans (5-1) shot over the Noble zone while jumping to a 24-5 first-period lead in Saco.

Hart added a pair baskets to score seven points during the opening surge.

Pettaway finished with 10 points to lead Thornton. Samantha Couture scored 10 for the Knights (0-6).

SOUTH PORTLAND 55, SANFORD 31: Madeline Hasson’s 21 points led the Red Riots (4-2) over Sanford (1-5) in South Portland.

South Portland, ahead 16-12 after one, closed the first half on a 12-4 run and opened the second half with a 20-8 run to put the game away.

Sarah Boles added 11 points for the Red Riots, and Meghan Graff had 10.

LEWISTON 49, DEERING 38: Victoria Harris had 16 points and 12 rebounds and the Blue Devils (4-2) got by the Rams (4-2) at Lewiston.

Lewiston hit 5 of 6 free throws down the stretch to put the game out of reach.

Morgan Eliasen had 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds for Lewiston.

Amanda Brett led Deering with 13 points, and Tasia Titherington added 12 points, including two 3-pointers.

GREELY 76, MORSE 41: Anna DeWolfe scored nine points, and Molly Chapin eight, in leading the Rangers (5-2) to a game-opening 21-10 lead over Morse (3-3) in Cumberland.

Greely upped the lead to 35-20 by the half before outscoring the Shipbuilders 23-6 in the third quarter.

DeWolfe finished with 21 points and Chapin and Moira Train combined to control the inside.

Chapin had 15 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks and Train contributed 11 points, eight rebounds, four blocks and four steals. DeWolfe added to the defensive effort with three steals and five rebounds.

Sierra Wallace and Signe Ostergaard scored nine each for Morse.

BRUNSWICK 49, LEAVITT 42: Sabrina Armstrong scored eight of her 13 points in the second half and also finished with eight rebounds to lead the Dragons (2-4) past the Hornets (2-4) in Turner.

Charlotte MacMillan added 11 points for Brunswick, which outscored Leavitt 18-13 in the second quarter to take the lead for good.

Brunswick also got nine points and 10 rebounds from Adrianna White.

Leavitt was led by Sophia Gilbert with 15 points.

YARMOUTH 34, SACOPEE VALLEY 19: The Clippers (4-3) held their opponents to seven second-half points as they downed the Hawks (3-4) at South Hiram.

Alison Clark led all scorers with 12 points for Yarmouth, Cory Lagenbach added eight points.

Helen Ruhlin had 11 points to lead Sacopee Valley.

YORK 69, BIDDEFORD 8: Chloe Smedley scored 16 points, Madigan Cogger 14 and Shannon Todd 11 to lead the Wildcats (7-0) over the Tigers (0-6) in York.

MESSALONSKEE 60, MT. BLUE 40: Sophie Holmes scored 26 points as the Eagles (5-1) scored a KVAC A win over the Cougars (2-4) in Oakland.

MADISON 55, HALL-DALE 44: Kayla Bess had a game-high 27 points to help Madison (7-1) to a Mountain Valley Conference win over Hall-Dale (2-5) in Farmingdale.

Madeline Wood also finished in double figures in the win with 11 points.

Dani Sweet had 15 points and eight assists to lead Hall-Dale.

VALLEY 51, GREENVILLE 18: The Cavaliers (3-4) shut out the Lakers 12-0 in the first quarter on their way to an East/West win in Bingham.

CONY 52, ERSKINE 49: Haley Ward scored 15 points in the second half, including a 3-pointer at the buzzer that gave the Rams (2-4) the win over the Eagles (2-4).


GREELY 12, CAPE ELIZABETH/WAYNFLETE/SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Maura Verrill scored a pair of goals and also had three assists for the Rangers (9-0) as they scored eight first-period goals to down the Flyers (3-7) at Troubh Ice Arena.

Danita Storey and Ellie Schad added two goals apiece for the Rangers and Storey also had one assist. Greely also got one goal and two assists from Courtney Sullivan and one goal and one assist from Emily McGillicuddy.