GORHAM — Max Chabot scored 12 points Wednesday night and Deering pulled away in the fourth quarter to defeat Gorham 56-51 in an SMAA schoolboy basketball game.

Benedict Williams and Malik White each had 11 points for Deering (6-0) in a game that was 42-42 through three quarters.

Billy Ruby led Gorham (4-2)with 18 points. Logan Drouin had 15 and Sam Kilborn tossed in 11.

SOUTH PORTLAND 63, SANFORD 53: Ansel Stilley scored 20 points and hit three 3-pointers to lead the Red Riots (5-2) past the Spartans (1-5) at Sanford.

Ruay Bol added 13 points for South Portland, which led 44-42 entering the fourth quarter.

Ethan Belanger scored a game-high 26 points and hit four 3-pointers for Sanford. Brad Bouchard added 11 points.

WESTBROOK 54, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 39: Zac Manoogian scored a game-high 18 points, and Anderson Kavutse added 16 with 10 rebounds to lead the Blue Blazes (2-4) past the Raiders (1-4) at Westbrook.

Curtis Knapton had 11 points for Westbrook, which used a 12-3 advantage in the second quarter to pull away for good.

Nicholis L’Heureux-Carland led Fryeburg with 10 points. Oscar Saunders chipped in with eight.

WINDHAM 76, SCARBOROUGH 65: Nick Curtis and Mike Gilman combined for six 3-pointers in the opening minutes of the second half as the Eagles (3-4) downed the Red Storm (2-5) at Scarborough.

Leading 37-30 at halftime, Windham outscored Scarborough 24-12 in the third quarter to make it 61-42.

Curtis finished with 30 points, including 8 of 8 from the foul line, and Gilman finished with six 3-pointers among his 24 points.

Nicholas Fiorillo led Scarborough with 15 points.

BOOTHBAY REGION 60, LISBON 53: Kyle Ames and Jacob Leonard scored 12 points each, and Abel Bryer added 10 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Seahawks (6-2) past Lisbon (4-4) at Boothbay Harbor.

Boothbay built a 46-32 lead before Tyrese Joseph scored nine fourth-period points to bring the Greyhounds within four with less than a minute to play. Ames sank a pair of free throws in the final 30 seconds and Nick Gorey added a third.

Joseph scored 19 points, Noah Carter 13 and Jonah Sautter 11 for Lisbon.

PORTLAND 100, NOBLE 33: Portland hit 12 3-pointers, and Terion and Amir Moss combined for 54 points to lead the Bulldogs (6-0) past the Knights (0-6) at Portland.

Amir Moss scored a game-high 29 points with six rebounds and six steals. Terion Moss added 25 points, hitting seven 3-pointers, and also had five assists and four steals for Portland.

Griffin Foley added 10 points for Portland, and Charles Lyall scored six points with 10 rebounds.

Brandon Davis scored 14 points for Noble.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 56, FREEPORT 50: Zack Haskell scored nine of his 23 points in the fourth period as Gray-New Gloucester (2-5) overcame a 39-35 deficit to beat the Falcons (2-5) at Freeport.

John Villanueva added 12 points and John Martin 11 for the Patriots. Jack Davenport scored 16 for Freeport.

A.R. GOULD 62, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 44: Tyrese Collins scored nine of his 19 points in the fourth quarter, including seven from the line, as A.R. Gould (7-2) used a 24-10 run to down NYA (0-6) at South Portland.

Eric Myers led A.R. Gould with 20 points. Haven Cutko scored 29 for NYA.


FRYEBURG ACADEMY 44, WESTBROOK 28: Julia Quinn scored seven of her 10 points in the third quarter as the Raiders (5-1) pulled away from the Blue Blazes (3-3) at Fryeburg.

Alexis L’Heureux-Carland also finished with 10 points for Fryeburg, which used a 16-11 run in the third quarter to open a 31-22 lead.

The Raiders collected a team total of 19 steals.

Alisha Aube led Westbrook with 12 points, including a pair of 3-pointers.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 50, FREEPORT 39: Grace Kariotis and Ashley Jordan scored 13 points each to lead Gray-New Gloucester (5-1) over the Falcons (4-2) at Freeport.

Kariotis scored nine points and Jordan added seven as the Patriots opened a 31-19 halftime lead. Jordan had six more in the third quarter to help widen the lead to 44-28.

Skye Conley finished with 11 points for Gray-New Gloucester. Kayla Belanger led Freeport with nine.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 45, MT. ARARAT 44: Justice Barrows hit a layup with nine seconds left to lift the Panthers (4-3) over the Eagles (1-7) at Waldoboro.

Gabrielle DePatsy scored nine of her team-leading 16 points in the fourth quarter as Medomak Valley rallied from a 33-28 deficit entering the period.

Maggie Cox had 11 and Sophie Cohen added 10 for the Panthers, including a pair of 3-pointers.

Sara Lamb led Mt. Ararat with 20 points. Nikki Bradstreet tossed in 11 points, with three 3-pointers.

EDWARD LITTLE 41, MORSE 30: Emily Jacques led the Red Eddies (6-1) with 20 points, including 4 of 4 from the foul line, against the Shipbuilders (3-4) at Bath.

Karli Stubbs had 13 points for Edward Little.

Signe Ostergaard led Morse with nine points. Emma Harrington tossed in eight.

SOUTH PORTLAND 42, SCARBOROUGH 25: Maddie Hasson scored 17 points to lead the Red Riots (5-2) past the Red Storm (3-3) at South Portland.

Meghan Graff added 11 points for South Portland, which led 21-6 lead halftime.

Brooke Malone led Scarborough with five points.

BRUNSWICK 51, LEWISTON 38: Adrianna White scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Dragons (3-4) past the Blue Devils (4-3) at Brunswick.

Sabrina Armstrong added 12 points and Emily Black went 7 of 7 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter to finish with nine points for Brunswick. Madeline Suhr added four points and six blocks. Skylar Gaudette led the Blue Devils with 12 points.


FALMOUTH 7, PORTLAND/DEERING 2: The Yachtsmen (6-1) scored four unanswered goals in the third period to pull away from Portland/Deering (1-6) at Falmouth.

Joe Pichette opened the scoring for Portland/Deering with a power-play goal from Phil McCullum in the first period. Falmouth answered with three consecutive goals in the second.

Dominic Tocci scored on a power play early in the third to cut the deficit to 3-2 before the Yachtsmen took control for good.

Brendan Hickey, Henry Norris and Chris Camelio each scored twice for Falmouth.


YARMOUTH/FREEPORT/GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 5, BRUNSWICK 0: Kyaira Grondin scored two goals, and Katie Clemmer, Georgia Giese and Keely Arnold also scored as Yarmouth/Freeport/Gray-New Gloucester (4-6) beat the Dragons (5-4) at Brunswick.

Miranda O’Shea stopped 27 shots for Yarmouth/Freeport/Gray-New Gloucester. Jordan VanSavage had 11 saves for Brunswick.

CHEVERUS/KENNEBUNK/OLD ORCHARD BEACH 4, PORTLAND/DEERING 0: Jill Hannigan had a goal and two assists to lead Cheverus/Kennebunk/Old Orchard Beach (9-2) over Portland/Deering (2-6) at Portland.

Sophia Giancotti, Victoria Lemieux and Caroline Ray also scored.