SOUTH PARIS — Greely outscored Oxford Hills 26-9 in the fourth quarter to rally for a 46-39 win in a girls’ basketball game Saturday afternoon.

“Our momentum shifted when we started scoring points,” said Greely junior Anna DeWolfe, who scored a game-high 19 points. “They played outstanding defense, it was hard for us to score points.”

Camille Clement scored all 12 of her points in the last 10 minutes, including a 3-pointer early in the fourth that cut Greely’s deficit to 34-31. Madison Scott hit a tying a 3-pointer, and DeWolfe put the Rangers (9-2) ahead for the first time with a pull-up jumper after a steal.

“It was just one of those (things), you felt like everything was turning the other direction, and we couldn’t stop it from turning the other direction,” Oxford Hills Coach Nate Pelletier said.

Maighread Laliberte led Oxford Hills (7-3) with 14 points, and Jadah Adams scored 10.

CAPE ELIZABETH 36, FALMOUTH 35: Isabel Berman’s 3-pointer from the right wing with 1:49 left broke a 33-33 tie, and Falmouth (4-7) missed a 3-pointer as time expired, enabling the Capers (4-6) to hold on for a victory in Cape Elizabeth.

Berman led the Capers with 15 points. Grace Dimick scored 10 points for the Yachtsmen.

SACOPEE VALLEY 34, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 26: Haiden Sawyer scored 11 points to lead the Hawks (1-8) to a win over the Panthers (6-4) in South Hiram.

Margaret Larson tallied 12 points for NYA.


YORK 68, MARSHWOOD 56: The Wildcats (7-3) used a 23-11 fourth-quarter advantage to pull away from the Hawks (3-8) in York.

Will MacDonald led York with 18 points. Riley Lynn added 14.

Ian Bryant scored 15 points for Marshwood.

GREELY 51, OXFORD HILLS 39: Logan Bagshaw scored 20 points to lead the Rangers (10-0) past the Vikings (5-5) for their 32nd consecutive victory, in South Paris.

Shane DeWolfe added 11 points and Zach Brown grabbed 12 rebounds for the Rangers, who jumped out to a 22-5 lead after the first quarter.

Spencer Strong scored 20 points for Oxford Hills.


CHEVERUS 7, PORTLAND/DEERING 3: Justin Ray scored twice in the first period and Marco Giancotti recorded three assists as the Stags (4-2-1) beat Portland/Deering (3-3-2) at Troubh Ice Arena.

Cam Dube added a pair of goals, and Alexander Brewer, Lukas Church and Jackson Wilson also scored for Cheverus, which led 6-0 lead going into the third period.

Mikias Silva, Joe Pichette and Cameron Clifford scored in a span of 1:07 in the third period for the Bulldogs.

CAPE ELIZABETH 3, CONY 3: Ryan Collins scored a power-play goal with 3:15 left in regulation as Cape Elizabeth (8-0-1) rallied to tie Cony/Hall-Dale/Monmouth (5-3-1) in Hallowell.

Cape led 2-1 after second-period goals by Alex Glidden and Phil Tarling, but Reed Hopkins tied it later in the second and put the Rams ahead midway through the third.

Cole Lockhart also scored for Cony, Avery Pomerleau chipped in with two assists and Dalton Bowie made 35 saves.

Cape goalie Peter Haber stopped 25 shots.

GREELY 9, GARDINER 2: Jake MacDonald had three goals and two assists, and Matt Dubbert collected two goals and three assists as the Rangers (5-1) overpowered the Tigers (0-5) in Falmouth.


CHEVERUS 4, LEWISTON 3: Abby Lamontagne tied the game with 1:26 left in regulation, then got the winner 5:42 into overtime as Cheverus/Kennebunk (11-1) beat Lewiston/Monmouth/Oak Hill (12-1) in Lewiston.

Emma McCauley and Sophia Pompeo also scored to help the Stags erase an early 2-0 deficit.

Madison Conley and Sara Robert scored in the first period for Lewiston, and Grace Dumond gave the Devils a 3-2 lead in the third.

CAPE ELIZABETH 6, YORK 2: Nicoletta Coupe notched a hat trick and Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete/South Portland (6-5) scored five goals in the third period to beat York/Traip Academy (4-9) in Portland.

Koto Yamada recorded a goal and four assists, and Sophia Venditti added two goals.

Sophia Blanchard and Molly Rohrer scored for York.

Abby Joy stopped 30 shots for Cape Elizabeth. York’s Erin Gray made 34 saves.

GREELY 8, WINSLOW 0: Courtney Sullivan had three goals and Bridget Roberts and Leah Walker scored two each as Greely/Gray-New Gloucester (11-1) beat Winslow/Gardiner (7-5-1) in Hallowell.