FALMOUTH — Jackson Lesure capped a 26-point, fourth-quarter rally with a game-winning drive to the basket as Lake Region edged Falmouth 56-55 in a boys’ basketball game Tuesday night.

Trailing by 16 points at the start of the quarter, the Lakers (5-2) made four 3-point baskets during the run.

Marcus Devoe, who led the team with 16 points, scored two of them. Lesure finished with 14 points and Nick Wandishin scored 10.

For Falmouth (6-2), Thomas and Colin Coyne led the way with 16 points apiece.

GREELY 60, YARMOUTH 48: Ryan Twitchell led the Rangers (8-1) with 20 points and Jordan Bagshaw added 12 in a win over the Clippers (7-2) at Yarmouth.

Caleb Normandeau and Matt McDevitt chipped in 11 points apiece for Greely, which used a 23-14 fourth-quarter run to pull away.

Yarmouth was led by Aleksander Medenica, who scored 17 points. Bailey Darling chipped in 10 points.

MASSABESIC 62, MARSHWOOD 46: Tyus Sprague-Ripley scored 23 points and collected 14 rebounds to lead the Mustangs (8-0) over the Hawks (3-5) at Waterboro.

Ryan Gullickson and Weston Bergeron added 12 points each for the Mustangs and were also standouts on defense. Gullickson covered Marshwood’s leading scorer, Ryan O’Neil, and limited him to seven points.

Zach Doyon led the Hawks with 11 points and Cole McDaniel added 10.

SOUTH PORTLAND 50, CHEVERUS 42: Ruay Bol scored 14 points to pace the Red Riots (7-2), who used a 21-15 fourth-quarter run to pull away from the Stags (6-4) at Portland.

Sam DePaolo added 12 points and Jack Fiorini scored 11 for South Portland, which led 17-16 at halftime.

Cheverus was led by Austin Boudreau, who made four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points.

Jack Casale chipped in 10 points for the Stags.

SACOPEE VALLEY 54, BUCKFIELD 45: Brandon Sloan scored 10 points to lead a balanced attack for the Hawks (1-8) as they held off the Bucks (4-5) at Hiram.

William Goforth and Brady Denison added nine points apiece for Sacopee, which led by 11 after three quarters and went 11 for 15 from the foul line in the fourth quarter.

Jacob Kraske led Buckfield with nine points. Alec Brough, Zachary Grover and Aaron Rowe each scored eight for the Bucks.

BRUNSWICK 58, CAMDEN HILLS 31: The Dragons outscored the Windjammers 33-18 in the second half to win at Brunswick.

Owen Rudalevige had 13 points and grabbed five boards to lead the offense for Brunswick (6-3).

Noah Heidorn and Gavin Boyd each had seven points for Camden Hills (1-8).

WINDHAM 58, BONNY EAGLE 39: Mike Gilman made six 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 21 points for the Eagles (4-5) as they pulled away from the Scots (1-8) in the second half at Windham.

KENNEBUNK 67, WELLS 52: Zach MacKinnon scored 10 of his 21 points in the second quarter to help the Rams (5-3) pull ahead in a victory over Wells (3-4) at Kennebunk.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 72, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 45: Oscar Saunders scored 22 points as the Raiders (3-5) defeated the Patriots (2-7) at Fryeburg.

Zack Haskell led the Patriots with 12 points.

WESTBROOK 60, BIDDEFORD 54: Curtis Knapton scored 16 points and Landon Sjoberg added 13 to lift the Blue Blazes (4-4) over the Tigers (1-7) at Biddeford.

Zacari Manoogian and Nemieceo Loureiro chipped in 10 points apiece for the Blue Blazes, who outscored Biddeford 24-19 in the fourth quarter to pull away.

The Tigers were paced by Patrick Pearl with 22 points.

Alexander Millett added 10 points for Biddeford.

BOOTHBAY REGION 84, OAK HILL 22: Abel Bryer scored 13 points and hauled in nine rebounds to lead Boothbay Region (8-2) in a rout of visiting Oak Hill (2-8).

Kyle Ames led Boothbay with 14 points.

Jacob Leonard also scored 13 for Boothbay and Elijah Gudroe chipped in with 11.

PORTLAND 73, SCARBOROUGH 38: Amir and Terion Moss combined for 30 points as the Bulldogs (8-0) remained undefeated, rolling past the host Red Storm (2-7).

Amir Moss had 10 of his game-high 20 points in the first half for Portland. Terion had 10 points and Griffin Foley added nine.

Nicholas Fiorillo and Emmett Peoples each had 11 points to lead Scarborough.

RANGELEY 44, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 34: Carl Trafton and Kyle LaRochelle each scored 13 points and the Lakers (4-5) outscored the Lions (4-5) 13-5 in the third quarter for the win at Rangeley.

David Davol and Mason Jones each had 10 points for the Lions.

WAYNFLETE 63, FREEPORT 54: Abel Alemayo had 19 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead three players in double figures as the Flyers (6-1) downed the Falcons (2-6) at Portland.

Yai Dang had 18 points and grabbed 13 boards, and Will Nelligan added 14 points, with four baskets from behind the 3-point arc.

Jack Davenport led Freeport with a game-high 20 points, including 9 for 10 from the free-throw line.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 67, TRAIP ACADEMY 37: Ian Regan had a game-high 16 points as the Seagulls (5-3) easily got by the Rangers (3-6) at Old Orchard Beach.

Old Orchard used tight defense to force turnovers that resulted in easy baskets in the second quarter, when it outscored Traip 25-11 to pull away.

Sam Custeau added 15 points for the Seagulls.

Alex Foye led the Rangers with 12 points, and Shane MacNeill added nine points.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 61, LINCOLN ACADEMY 51: Nick DePatsy scored 19 points in the second half to help the Panthers (6-3) overcome the Eagles (3-6) at Waldoboro.

The Panthers took a 44-39 lead at the end of the third with a buzzer-beating, 3-point shot.

Medomak Valley went 10 for 10 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter with DePatsy providing six.


BIDDEFORD 4, GREELY 2: Brady Crepeau scored a pair of goals and Kerry Crepeau collected two assists to lead the Tigers (5-4) over the Rangers (2-6) at Falmouth.

SCARBOROUGH 4, NOBLE/WELLS 1: The Red Storm (7-0) used three unanswered to remain unbeaten, defeating Noble/Wells at MHG Arena in Saco.

Jack Callahan scored from Mason Parks 45 seconds into the second period for Scarborough.

Evan Whitten answered for Noble/Wells on assists from Noah Pease and Ethan Marsh on the power play 1:15 later.

Ethan Murray set up Matt Caron with the eventual winner at the 12:23 of the period.

Mason Parks and Cam Nigro added third-period goals for Scarborough.