STANDISH — Connor Buckley scored a game-high 15 points to lead South Portland to a 47-32 victory against Bonny Eagle in an SMAA boys’ basketball game Friday night.

Buckley hit three 3-pointers and Ruay Bol added eight points for South Portland (5-1), which opned a 25-13 halftime lead. Connor Sirois led Bonny Eagle with 13 points.

WESTBROOK 63, SCARBOROUGH 53: Zac Manoogian scored a game-high 22 points, hitting eight free throws in the fourth quarter as the Blue Blazes (3-3) pulled away from the Red Storm (0-6) at Scarborough.

Manoogian finished 13 of 14 from the line, and Nemieceo Loureiro added 10 points for Westbrook, which led 33-24 at halftime. Nicholas Fiorillo scored 19 points to lead Scarborough.

DEERING 62, SANFORD 56: Emmanuel Chikuta scored 24 points and Machar Nguany added 15 as the Rams (4-1) topped the Spartans (2-3) at Sanford.

Chikuta had nine points and Nguany added seven in the third quarter, when the Rams outscored Sanford 22-12 for a 39-36 lead. Raffaele Salamone finished with 11 points for Deering.

Ethan Belanger led the Spartans with 20 points. Ethan Emard and Frank Veino added 11 apiece.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 63, POLAND 52: John Martin scored a game-high 23 points, knocking down seven 3-pointers as the Patriots (4-2) downed the Knights (2-4) at Gray.

Hunter Colby added 19 points for the Patriots, who led 29-24 at halftime. Nathanial Chouinard led Poland with 18 points; Kurtis Leighton added 13.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 62, KENNEBUNK 46: Joe LeBrun had 18 points for the Raiders (4-2), who scored the first nine points of the second half to pull away from the Rams (3-4) at Fryeburg.

After trailing 29-28 at halftime, Fryeburg outscored Kennebunk 34-17 in the second half. Oscar Saunders added 17 points, knocking down three 3-pointers for the Raiders. Cameron Lovejoy scored 18 points to lead Kennebunk.

LISBON 52, MONMOUTH ACADEMY 45: The Greyhounds (4-2) needed only four scorers to defeat Monmouth Academy (0-6) at Lisbon Falls.

Jonah Sautter led Lisbon with 17 points. Tyrese Joseph added 15 and Sean Scott scored 12 on four 3-pointers.

Travis Hartford led the Mustangs with 13 points. Matt Foulke and Hunter Richardson added nine apiece, and Avery Amero scored eight.


WELLS 58, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 52: Alexis Bessey scored 11 of her game-high 33 points in the fourth quarter but it wasn’t enough as the Warriors (4-1) held off the Phoenix (2-4) at Wells.

Halee Ramsdell scored 20 points to lead Wells, which led 38-22 midway through the third quarter. The Phoenix used a 30-16 run to make it 54-52 late, but Wells made four free throws in the final minute.

Bessey went 14 of 17 from the foul line. Natalie Thurber added 13 points for the Warriors.

MAINE GIRLS’ ACADEMY 50, NOBLE 38: Catherine Reid scored a game-high 14 points and Madeline Beaulieu had nine of her 11 in the fourth quarter as the Lions (2-4) pulled away from the Knights (0-6) at Portland.

The Lions outscored the Knights 21-9 in the fourth quarter after a 29-29 tie through the first three. Reid hit four 3-pointers and Madison Legassey added nine points. Amy Fleming led Noble with 13 points.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 46, POLAND 28: Brianna Jordan scored 19 points and Skye Conley added 16 to lead the Patriots (6-0) over the Knights (5-1) at Poland.

Nathalie Theriault paced Poland with 10 points.

KENNEBUNK 40, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 13: Gabby Fogg scored a game-high 14 points for the Rams (5-2), who took a 17-3 halftime lead and beat the Raiders (4-3) at Kennebunk.

Alaina Schatzabel added nine points, and Sierra Tarte had five points and six assists for Kennebunk.

MORSE 26, LEAVITT 24: Noa Sreden hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 40 seconds left to lift the Shipbuilders (2-4) over the Hornets (3-4) at Turner.

Sierra Wallace and Hope Faulkingham each scored eight points to lead Morse. Allie Belaire had 10 points for Leavitt, which led 16-10 at halftime.

LAWRENCE 53, MT. BLUE 39: Hunter Mercer had 14 points to lead the Bulldogs (3-3) by Mt. Blue (0-6) at Farmington.

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