Yai Deng scored 16 points and Jack Meahl added 15 as Waynflete opened its boys’ basketball season Saturday with a 67-38 victory over Sacopee Valley.

Asker Hussein, Abdullahi Mohamed and Abdirahim Mohamed each scored eight points for the Flyers, the reigning Class C South champions.

Waynflete outscored Sacopee 28-7 in the third quarter.

Brandon Sloan had 15 points to pace Sacopee, while Cameron Cyr added 12.

CHEVERUS 57, SCARBOROUGH 51: Will Shibles broke a 51-51 tie by sinking a pair of free throws with 48 seconds remaining as the Stags (2-0) edged the Red Storm (0-1) in Portland.

Four players scored in double figures for Cheverus: Jesse Matthews with 16, Jack Casale with 14, Shibles with 13 and Matt Duchaine with 12.

Morgan Pratt sank six 3-pointers and finished with 19 points for Scarborough. Reece Lagerquist added 10.

TEMPLE 49, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 48: Joe Xu scored 22 points to lift the Bereans (1-0) to a win in Waterville.

Brad Smith added 13 points.

Sky Archer led Seacoast (0-1) with 13 points. Jesse Towne scored 11.


WAYNFLETE 38, SACOPEE VALLEY 29: Annika Brooks grabbed 15 rebounds and controlled the middle of Waynflete’s defense as the Flyers opened the season with a victory in Portland.

Lydia Giguere led Waynflete with 11 and Elspeth Olney added 10.

The Hawks were led by Helen Ruhlin with 13 points and Haiden Sawyer with 12.

TEMPLE 50, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 22: The Bereans (1-0) raced to a 27-2 lead after one quarter on the way to a win over the Guardians (0-1) in Waterville.

Kiara Carr led Temple with 25 points, including a trio of 3-pointers. Veronica Rossignol and Selam Heinrich each added eight points.

Courtney Williams paced Seacoast with 14 points.


GORHAM 4, CAPE ELIZABETH 1: Carter Landry scored twice and Jack Niles had a goal and two assists as the Rams beat the Capers in Gorham.

Gorham jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period on goals from Niles and Landry.

Cape got on the board early in the second on a goal by Evan Concannon, assisted by Ethan Gillespie.

Landry put in his second goal three minutes into the third. Dominic Lorello completed the scoring with an empty-netter.

LEWISTON 5, CHEVERUS 3: Cole Ouellette flicked home the puck from a scramble in front of the Cheverus net for the go-ahead goal with 32 seconds left in the second period as the Blue Devils (1-0) beat the Stags (0-1) at Troubh Ice Arena.

Jeromy Rancourt had two goals and an assist for Lewiston, the reigning Class A state champion.

Ryan McSorley scored twice for Cheverus.

FALMOUTH 4, BIDDEFORD 3: Reece Armitage had two goals, and Robbie Armitage added a goal and two assists to lead the Yachtsmen past the Tigers in Biddeford.

Spencer Pierce turned aside 27 shots for Falmouth, while Biddeford goalie Owen Sullivan made 22 saves.

PORTLAND/DEERING 5, CONY/HALL-DALE/MONMOUTH 4: Don Tocci scored with 45 seconds left in overtime to give the Bulldogs a win over the Rams at Troubh Ice Arena.

ST. DOMINIC 6, THORNTON ACADEMY 2: The Saints scored four goals in the final nine minutes to beat the Trojans in a season opener in Auburn.

Thornton pulled into a 2-2 tie on a goal by Luke Chessie about five minutes into the third period, but Jacob Lewis put the Saints ahead again less than a minute later. Justin Keaney made it 4-2 just 35 seconds after the goal by Lewis, and Will Fletcher and Sam Blaisdell finished late scoring burst.

Thornton’s Chandler Bilodeau opened the scoring just two minutes into the game. Noah Toussaint tied it late in the first period, then made it 2-1 late in the second with a shot from behind the net that deflected off goalie Kyle Labbe.

POLAND/GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER/OAK HILL/LEAVITT 5, NOBLE/WELLS 1: Drake Goupil registered a hat trick in the first period and assisted on one of two third-period goals by Theo Mahaleris in a season opener in Rochester, New Hampshire.

Mahaleris also had a pair of assists.

Ethan Marsh scored from Kadin Lessard in the third period for Noble/Wells.

Ashton Dozois recorded the win with 26 saves, while Matt Burnham stopped 19 shots for Noble/Wells.

YORK 5, MASSABESIC/BONNY EAGLE/OOB 2: Thomas Carr scored twice and Julius Lundgren had a goal and two assists for the Wildcats in a win over the Mustangs at USM Ice Arena.

WATERVILLE 12, HAMPDEN ACADEMY 3: Justin Wentworth tied a school record with six goals as the Purple Panthers opened defense of their Class B state championship with an easy win over the Broncos at Alfond Rink.


FALMOUTH 12, GORHAM/BONNY EAGLE/WINDHAM 3: Reade Carmichael knocked home five goals and assisted on a sixth to lead the Yachtsmen (5-0) to a win over the Rams (2-3) in Falmouth.

Evie Clement added two goals and three assists, while Devon Sarazin had two goals and two assists. Abie Lebel also scored twice to go along with an assist, and Stone Carmichael netted the other Falmouth goal.

Celia Begonia tallied twice for Gorham. Sadie Denico also scored, with an assist from C.C. Cochran.