Serena Mower scored 13 points and Catherine Reid added 12 as Maine Girls’ Academy pulled away to a 50-41 victory against Gorham in an SMAA girls’ basketball game Thursday night.

The Lions (8-0) went 15 of 22 from the foul line in the final quarter.

Emily Weisser added eight points for Maine Girls’ Academy, which entered the fourth quarter with a 31-23 lead.

Mackenzie Holmes scored 18 points for Gorham (5-4).

CHEVERUS 32, DEERING 20: The visiting Stags (6-4) used a 20-6 second-half advantage to defeat the Rams (4-5) at Portland.

Lauren Jordan scored 14 points to lead Cheverus.

Victoria Garand had eight points for Deering.

FALMOUTH 50, MASSABESIC 49: Maddie Joyce’s jumper from the elbow bounced around the rim before dropping through with 30 seconds left, lifting the Yachtsmen (4-6) over Massabesic (2-8) at Falmouth.

The winning shot capped an 11-point, 10-rebound game for Joyce. Grace Soucy led Falmouth with 16 points, including four 3-pointers. McKenzy Ouellette scored 30 for the Mustangs.

BONNY EAGLE 42, THORNTON ACADEMY 31: Deirdre Sanborn scored a game-high 17 points and the Scots (6-3) held the Trojans (3-6) scoreless in the fourth quarter at Standish.

Alexandra Hart scored 12 points to lead Thornton.

TRAIP ACADEMY 44, SACOPEE VALLEY 26: Cassidy Delano scored a game-high 15 points as the Rangers (3-7) cruised past the Hawks (0-8) at South Hiram.

Haiden Sawyer and Kylie Day each scored seven points for Sacopee.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 30, WAYNFLETE 25: Emily Greenlee had 11 points and eight rebounds for the Seagulls (6-2), who took a 17-8 halftime lead and beat the Flyers (5-4) at Old Orchard Beach.

Lydia Giguere scored a game-high 19 points for Waynflete.

Brianna Plante added seven points for Old Orchard.

POLAND 49, WELLS 38: Nathalie Theriault had 14 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists to lead the Knights (6-3) past the Warriors (4-5) at Poland.

Jessica Seeley added 20 points for Poland.

Franny Ramsdell scored 12 for Wells.

BOOTHBAY REGION 62, MADISON 43: Page Brown scored 26 points and Faith Blethen added 24 to power the Seahawks (10-0) past the Bulldogs (9-1) at Madison.

Ashley Emery and Lauren Hay scored 12 each for the Bulldogs.

MARSHWOOD 69, NOBLE 41: Nathalie Clavette and Natalie Herbold each scored 15 points as the Hawks (10-0) cruised past the Knights (0-8) at North Berwick.

Raegan Kelly had 15 points, eight rebounds, four blocks and three assists for Noble.

WINDHAM 50, SANFORD 41: Tara Flanders contributed seven points as Windham (4-5) broke away from a 19-18 halftime lead by outscoring the Spartans (2-8) 17-7 in the third period at Sanford.

BRUNSWICK 57, LEAVITT 27: Charlotte McMillan scored a game-high 21 points with 10 steals and three assists as the Dragons (10-0) beat the Hornets (4-5) at Turner.

Marley Groat added 17 points, seven rebounds, five assists and three steals for the Dragons.

Sophia Gilbert scored 16 points for Leavitt.

LAKE REGION 52, CAPE ELIZABETH 45: Shauna Hancock and Lauren Jakobs combined to go 8 for 11 from the line in the fourth quarter as Lake Region (8-2) broke away from a 40-40 tie by outscoring the Capers (3-6) 12-5 during the final minutes in Cape Elizabeth.

Lake Region led 35-34 after three quarters, but used eight points from Hancock to outscore Cape 17-11 in the fourth quarter.

Jakobs finished with 20 points and Hancock 19. Erin O’Rourke scored 17 for the Capers, and Isabel Berman 13.

BIDDEFORD 46, WESTBROOK 37: Grace Martin scored 23 of her game-high 29 points in the second half – 19 from the foul line – as the Tigers (3-7) held off the Blue Blazes (2-6) at Biddeford.

Biddeford outscored Westbrook 16-5 in the third quarter to take a 28-19 lead.

Quincey Lyden scored 10 for Westbrook.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 34, YARMOUTH 20: Brianna Jordan scored 13 points and Jordan Grant added 12 as the Patriots (7-2) beat the Clippers (5-4) in Gray.

Jordan hit two 3-pointers in the first quarter to help the Patriots build an 8-3 lead going into the second.

Margaret McNeil scored eight points to lead the Clippers.

MT. ARARAT 49, CAMDEN HILLS 44: Grace Liedman and Theresa Breed both hit a pair of free throws down the stretch to help the Eagles (3-7) hold off Camden Hills (1-8) at Topsham.

Mt. Ararat built a 28-17 halftime lead but the Windjammers used a 13-3 rebounding edge in the third quarter to pull within three points.

Kyla Greenleaf led Mt. Ararat with 11 points; Lauren Sturgess scored 10. Lauren Miller had 14 and Miae DeWaard 11 for Camden Hills.


LEWISTON 1, YORK 0: Katie Lemieux’s goal from Jordan Mynahan in the second period held up for Lewiston/Monmouth Academy/Oak Hill (12-0) against York/Traip Academy (4-8) at Rochester, New Hampshire.

CHEVERUS 11, EDWARD LITTLE 1: Emma McCauley scored three times to lead seven goal scorers for Cheverus/Kennebunk (10-1) against Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland (3-7-1) at Portland.

McCauley scored twice in a six-goal second period as Cheverus widened a 3-1 lead to 9-1.

Abby Lamontagne had two goals and three assists, and Caitlin Wolff two goals and an assist. Also scoring for Cheverus were Sophia Pompeo, Sarah Noyes, Lucia Pompeo and Olivia Adams, with Sarah Pompeo adding three assists. Hannah Woodford also had three assists.