GORHAM — Mackenzie Holmes scored a game-high 25 points and Emily Esposito added 24 as Gorham closed in on a perfect regular season with a 63-50 victory against Cheverus in an SMAA girls’ basketball game Wednesday night.

Holmes grabbed 12 rebounds, and Esposito had seven with five assists. Kaylea Lundin added 10 points for Gorham (17-0), which outscored Cheverus 19-8 in the second quarter to take a 34-24 halftime lead. Gorham is scheduled to ends its season at Windham (5-12) on Thursday.

Abby Cavallaro scored 15 points to lead the Stags (10-7). Emme Poulin added 14.

BIDDEFORD 43, WESTBROOK 27: Grace Martin scored 22 points as the Tigers (3-14) handled the Blue Blazes (4-13) at Westbrook.

Hailey Allen added eight points and Brook Davis chipped in with seven for Biddeford.

Mikayla VanZandt led Westbrook with 18 points.

PINE TREE ACADEMY 48, HYDE 21: Alex Goodman scored 17 of her game-high 30 points in the first half as the Breakers (13-5) took a 27-10 halftime lead and cruised by the Phoenix (4-15) at Freeport.

Goodman added eight boards, nine steals and five assists for Pine Tree. Adriana DePalma had 14 points, seven assists and nine steals.

Patricia Mudogo led Hyde with seven points.

WAYNFLETE 42, TRAIP ACADEMY 33: Annika Brooks scored 16 of her game-high 19 points in the second half for the Flyers (9-8), who broke away from a tie game through three quarters to defeat the Rangers (5-12) at Portland.

Brooks grabbed 11 rebounds, and Lydia Giguere and Elspeth Olney each added 10 points for Waynflete, which outscored Traip 19-10 in the fourth quarter.

Marina Casey scored 13 points to lead the Rangers.

BRUNSWICK 50, LEWISTON 32: Madeline Suhr scored 10 of her game-high 18 points in the first quarter as the Dragons (15-3) cruised over the Blue Devils (8-9) at Brunswick.

Suhr added six rebounds and three blocks, and Brooke Barter had 12 points and six rebounds for Brunswick, which led 21-3 after the first quarter. Victoria Harris had 13 for Lewiston.

SOUTH PORTLAND 46, BONNY EAGLE 29: Eva Mazur had 12 points, six steals and six rebounds to lead South Portland (15-2) over the Scots (7-10) at Standish.

The Red Riots, after an even first quarter, opened a seven-point halftime lead, then used six points by Isabela Cloutier to outscore Bonny Eagle 17-9 in the third period for a 37-22 lead.

NOBLE 63, MASSABESIC 49: Amy Fleming scored 15 of her team-leading 20 points in the first half as the Knights (3-14) built a 28-23 lead, then steadily pulled away from the Mustangs (1-16) at North Berwick.

Raegan Kelly had 12 of her 15 points in the second half for Noble and Kendra Silvers finished with 11 points.

McKenzy Ouellette led Massabesic with 22 points, including three 3-pointers. Skylar Renaud contributed 14 points.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 58, FREEPORT 29: Alicia Dumont scored six of her 11 points in the first period as Gray-New Gloucester (16-1) opened with a 19-3 run against the Falcons (11-5) at Freeport.

Brianna Jordan scored five of her 14 points during the run. Skye Conley finished with 13 for the Patriots, and Isabella DeTroy 10. Regan Lynch scored 10 points for Freeport.

CAPE ELIZABETH 42, FALMOUTH 34: Allison Ingalls scored 11 points and the Capers (1-16) defeated the Yachtsmen (7-10) at Cape Elizabeth.

Brooke Harvey and Erin O’Rourke each scored eight points for Cape Elizabeth.

Grace Soucy led the Yachtsmen with nine points.

MADISON 55, WISCASSET 28: Sydney LeBlanc scored 14 points, and Lauren Hay added eight points and 10 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs (13-5) over Wiscasset (1-17) at Madison.

Emily Edgerly added nine points for Madison.

Hayhlee Craig scored 12 points to lead the Wolverines.

WATERVILLE 41, MORSE 20: Jordan Jabar had 20 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Purple Panthers (9-8) over Morse (5-12) at Waterville.

Sadie Garling added nine points for Waterville. Maddi Martin had eight rebounds.

Sierra Wallace led Morse with 10 points.

MESSALONSKEE 61, BANGOR 39: Sophie Holmes had 24 points and five steals to lead the Eagles (17-0) over Bangor (8-9) at Oakland.

Ally Turner added nine points, six rebounds and three assists for Messalonskee.

RANGELEY 49, ISLESBORO 15: Natasha Haley had 25 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Lakers (15-3) over Islesboro (1-13)at Fairfield.


CHEVERUS: Theresa Hendrix was hired as head softball coach.

Hendrix, who previously coached the Portland High junior varsity, was a sports standout with the Stags before graduating in 2010.

Hendrix was also a decorated softball player for St. Joseph’s College in Standish, where she graduated in 2014 with a degree in physical education and exercise science leadership.

Hendrix, who is a health teacher at Westbrook Middle School, was named the Great Northeast Athletic Conference Woman of the Year in 2015.

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