SOUTH PORTLAND — Tim Yeaton scored a game-high 22 points Monday to lead Seacoast Christian to a 56-40 victory against Greater Portland Christian in a Class D South schoolboy basketball game.

Sky Archer added 15 points, 12 in the second half, to help Seacoast Christian (11-6) pull away after leading 32-20 at halftime.

Ethan Spaulding scored 19 points and knocked down five 3-pointers to lead Greater Portland Christian (5-12). David Davol added 14 points.

WINTHROP 42, BOOTHBAY REGION 39: Jacob Hickey sank a go-ahead 3-pointer with just under a minute remaining, and the Ramblers (14-3) held the Seahawks (10-7) scoreless over the final four minutes at Winthrop.

Hickey, whose only basket of the second half gave Winthrop a 41-39 lead, finished with 17 points. Spencer Steele added 11 for the Ramblers.

Jacob Leonard and Carter Babcock each had 10 points for Boothbay.

MADISON 54, WISCASSET 53: Chase Malloy scored 13 points to lead the Bulldogs (13-4) past the Wolverines (12-5) at Wiscasset.

Ethan James scored 29 points to go with 12 rebounds to lead Wiscasset. Cody Roberts and Brandon Sprague each added eight points for the Wolverines.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 44, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 41: Clarissa Jones scored 23 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Lions (6-11) past the Guardians (0-17)at South Portland.

Jones scored 10 points in the second quarter to help build a 27-13 Lions lead at halftime. Ashlee Dawson added nine points, and Rachael Robertson had 12 rebounds to go with four points.

POLAND 37, WELLS 30: Jessica Seeley scored 12 points to lead the Knights (7-10) over the Warriors (8-9) at Wells.

Nathalie Theriault added 11 points for Poland, which outscored Wells 20-14 after leading 17-16 at halftime.

GREELY 45, KENNEBUNK 19: Isabelle Porter scored 13 points to lead the Rangers (14-3) over the Rams (7-10) at Kennebunk.

Greely led 14-7 at halftime, then used a 31-12 advantage in the second half to win it.

BOYS’ HOCKEY

CAMDEN HILLS 8, GORHAM 3: Kieran Lydon had two goals and an assist to lead the Windjammers (11-2) past the Rams (6-8) at Gorham.

Camden Hills scored five goals in the final period.


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