FRYEBURG — Alexis L’Heureux had 12 points and eight rebounds Friday night to lead Fryeburg Academy to a 57-32 victory against Lake Region in a Western Maine Conference schoolgirl basketball game.

Julia Quinn added 10 points, and Mackenzie Buzzell had nine points, five rebounds and five assists for the Raiders (14-2), who used a 21-4 run in the third quarter to put the game away after leading just 23-19 at halftime.

Chandler True led Lake Region (12-4) with eight points. Kristen Huntress added seven.

RICHMOND 54, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 34: The Bobcats (13-2) shook off a slow start to beat the Seagulls (7-7) at Richmond.

Sydney Tilton had 21 points, 12 rebounds and five assists for Richmond, which trailed 15-5 after the first quarter. Kelsea Anair added 20 points, six rebounds, three assists and three steals.

Emily Greenlee paced Old Orchard with nine points.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 42, WAYNFLETE 22: Alanna Camerl scored a game-high nine points and Skye Conley added seven to lead the Patriots (12-4) past the Flyers (5-11) at Gray.

Conley scored all seven of her points in the first quarter to help the Patriots take a 9-0 lead. It was 17-2 at halftime.

Arianna Giguere led Waynflete with eight points.

Brianna Jordan had nine steals to go with four points for Gray-New Gloucester.

GORHAM 83, NOBLE 30: Mackenzie Holmes scored nine of her game-high 22 points in the first quarter as the Rams (16-0) took a 28-8 lead and cruised past the Knights (1-15) at Gorham.

Holmes also pulled down eight rebounds, all in the first half, and Emily Esposito added 14 points for the Rams, who had 11 players score.

Samantha Couture led Noble with 10 points.

SACOPEE VALLEY 48, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 32: Annette Humphrey scored 15 points for the Hawks (8-8) against the Panthers (1-15) at Yarmouth.

Helen Ruhlin and Tianna Garland added nine points for Sacopee, which outscored the Panthers 15-2 in the third quarter to make it 42-22.

Margaret Larson scored 13 points and Sydney Plummer had 12 for NYA.

DEERING 51, SOUTH PORTLAND 45: Delaney Haines hit a 3-pointer with 1:15 to play, breaking a 45-45 tie as the Rams (10-6) upended the Red Riots (10-3) at Portland.

Haines finished with 17 points, including three 3-pointers, Amanda Brett had 10 points, and Abi Ramirez and Tasia Titherington each chipped in nine for Deering.

Meghan Graff led South Portland with 19 points, including a pair of 3-pointers. Maddie Hasson added 15 points.

GREELY 57, WESTBROOK 37: Anna DeWolfe scored 17 of her game-high 28 points in the second half to help the Rangers (13-3) pull away from the Blue Blazes (8-8) at Westbrook.

Molly Chapin added nine points for Greely, which finished the game on a 21-11 run.

Alisha Aube scored 11 points for Westbrook.

CARRABEC 44, WINTHROP 20: Mickayla Willette scored 13 points for the Cobras (10-6), who opened with a 17-3 run and cruised past the Ramblers (2-14) at North Anson.

MARSHWOOD 49, KENNEBUNK 33: Kathleen Locke had 14 points, eight boards, four blocks and three assists as the Hawks (9-7) handled the Rams (7-9) at South Berwick.

Kaylah Abdul hit a pair of 3-pointers to open the second half as Marshwood outscored Kennebunk 17-9 in the third quarter to open a 35-20 lead.

Abdul ended with 11 points, and Gabrielle Bazemore and Emily Robida each chipped in nine.

Emily Moore led the Rams with nine points.

MCAULEY 64, SANFORD 43: The Lions (14-2) opened a 31-12 halftime lead and swept past the Spartans (4-12) at Portland.

Jess Willerson led McAuley with 22 points. Sarah Clement had 10, and Jill Joyce added seven points and seven boards.

Julia Allen led Sanford with 15 points. Megan O’Connell tossed in 12.

SCARBOROUGH 44, THORNTON ACADEMY 36: Sophie Glidden and Brooke Malone each scored 14 points to lead the Red Storm (7-9) over the Trojans (9-7) at Scarborough.

Glidden and Malone combined for 19 points to help Scarborough pull away in the second half.

Ashley Howe scored 10 points to lead Thornton. Kayla Burns added eight.

YORK 72, POLAND 52: Shannon Todd, Chloe Smedley and Mia Briggs combined to score 57 points and lead the Wildcats (16-0) over the Knights (6-10) at Poland.

Todd scored a game-high 22 points, knocking down six 3-pointers, Smedley added 19 points and Briggs scored 16 for York, which took a 27-6 lead after the first quarter.

Nathalie Theriault scored 16 points, Jessica Seeley added 14 and Morgan Brousseau chipped in with 12 for Poland, which pulled within 58-49 in the fourth quarter before York closed on a 14-3 run.

TEMPLE 41, VALLEY 38: Kiara Carr scored 11 of her 16 points in the second half as Temple (10-5) came from behind to defeat the Cavaliers (8-9) at Waterville.

Selam Heinrich scored all six of her points in the second half for Temple. Veronica Rossignol added eight points for the game.

Jordan Belanger scored 13 points and Haven Maheux had nine for Valley.

NOKOMIS 49, MT. VIEW 33: Gabby Lord led Nokomis (11-5) with 16 points against the Mustangs (5-11) at Thorndike.

BONNY EAGLE 54, WINDHAM 41: Cassidy Emery made five 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 17 points to lift the Scots (7-9) over the Eagles (8-8) at Windham.

Mackenzie Emery added 11 points for the Scots, who outscored Windham 18-7 in the third quarter to extend their lead to 44-27.

Mya Mannette led Windham with 14 points.

CAPE ELIZABETH 55, BIDDEFORD 30: Carter Harvey had 13 of her game-high 21 points in the first half as the Capers (6-10) handled the Tigers (2-14) at Biddeford.

Madeleine Bowe put in 17 points for Cape Elizabeth, which built a 32-16 halftime lead.

Grace Martin led Biddeford with 11 points.


PINE TREE ACADEMY: Sophomore Alex Goodman scored her 1,000th career point in the first quarter of last Saturday’s 31-16 victory against Islesboro. After three more games, Goodman has 1,068 points entering Saturday’s regular-season finale against Hyde.

Coach Josh Dayen said he didn’t realize Goodman reached 1,000 until he and assistant coach Nate Goodman – Alex’s father – totaled the stats.

A starter since her eighth-grade year, she has a career average of 18.9 points per game.