SANFORD — Leyton Bickford had 10 for his game-high 22 points in the second quarter as Sanford beat Cheverus 56-52 in a boys’ basketball game Monday.

The Spartans trailed by six after the first quarter but outscored the Stags by 10 in the second quarter to take a four-point lead.

Xavier Lavine added 10 points for Sanford (2-8).

Owen Burke had 14 points for Cheverus (4-7), while Matt Duchaine had 12 points and Tobias Ephron added 11.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 63, MESSALONSKEE 54: Gabe Allaire scored 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds, and Josh Goldrup added 13 points and the Panthers (7-4), pulled away in the second quarter to beat the Eagles (5-6) at Oakland.

Dawson Charles scored 13 points, Tucker Charles had 12 and Chase Warren 10 for Messalonskee.

MARSHWOOD 52, BONNY EAGLE 43: Brandon Libby’s 20 points led the Hawks (4-8) over the Scots (4-5) in South Berwick.

EDWARD LITTLE 67, DEERING 50: The Red Eddies (7-3) opened the game with a 10-0 run on their way to a comfortable win over the host Rams (5-6) at Portland.

Darby Shea scored 30 points, including five 3-pointers, and Wol Maiwen-Diing added 16 points and four blocked shots.

Ben Onek had 19 points and 11 rebounds for Deering, and Darryl Germain had 16 points.

WAYNFLETE 64, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 47: Diraige Dahia scored 17 points, including 11 in the fourth quarter, as the Flyers (7-3) rallied in the second half to defeat the Patriots (5-5) at Portland.

John Martin and Zack Pomerleau each scored 10 points for G-NG, which led 26-22 at the half.

Dominick Campbell added 15 points for Waynflete.

FALMOUTH 45, THORNTON 41: Sam Manganello scored 17 points, and Nick Hester 11, to lead the Yachtsmen (7-5) past the Trojans (4-5) in Saco.

Mangnello scored seven of his points from the foul line as the Yachtsmen outscored Thornton 19-4 from the line. Payton Jones led the Trojans with 10 points.

KENNEBUNK 68, MASSABESIC 64: Cameron Lovejoy scored 22 points, Zachary Sullivan had 18, and Maxwell Murray added 17 as the Rams (7-2) beat the Mustangs (2-8) at Waterboro.

Isaac DesVergnes scored a game-high 29 points for Massabesic.

Kennebunk made 18 free throws in the fourth quarter, as they rallied back to take the lead with 40 seconds to go.

WESTBROOK 42, LEAVITT 34: Landon Sjoberg scored 10 points as the Blue Blazes (6-4) beat the Hornets (5-6) in Turner.

Joziah Learned scored 14 points for Leavitt.

BANGOR 66, WINDHAM 64: Matthew Fleming scored 45 points, including 20 of the Rams’ 24 points in the fourth quarter, as they rallied to defeat the Eagles (8-2) at Windham.

Nicholas Curtis scored 17 points and dished out seven assists for Windham, which led 44-42 after three quarters. Hunter Coffin and Andrew Wing each scored 10 points.

Damian Vance added 10 points for Bangor (6-4).

MARANACOOK 82, MOUNT VIEW 55: Silas Mohlar scored 14 points to lead a balanced attack as the Black Bears (8-3) won in Readfield.

HOCKEY

YARMOUTH 1, GORHAM 0: Cooper May scored on a nifty pass from Spencer King 4:09 into the second period as the Clippers (5-2-1) beat the Rams (1-7) at Yarmouth.

Dan Latham turned aside 23 shots in the shutout for Yarmouth, and Garrett Babineau had 22 saves for Gorham.

GREELY 5, YORK 3: Matt Kramlich had three goals and an assist, and Andrew Moore had two goals and two assists as the Rangers (6-1) held on to a 2-0 first period lead to defeat the Wildcats (5-3) at the Dover Ice Arena in Dover, New Hampshire.

Jacob Martin scored with six minutes left in the second period to get York on the board, before Moore scored his second goal less than a minute later. York’s Spencer Pickett answered 10 seconds later, but Kramlich scored again with 3:34 remaining to extend the lead.

Matt Engholm had a goal in the third period to bring the Wildcats back within a score, but Kramlich scored his third goal to complete the hat trick.

PORTLAND 4, MASSABESIC 2: Cam King and Cam Clifford each scored in the first period, and each assisted on the final goal by Portland/Deering (4-3-2) in a victory over the Mustangs (3-6) in Gorham.

Massabesic/Bonny Eagle/Old Orchard Beach pulled to within one on Ajay Cates’ goal five minutes into the second period, and stayed within one until Walter Lewandowski broke through for the Bulldogs 11 minutes into the third period. Joseph Herboldsheimer made it 4-1 before Alex Demers scored for the Mustangs with 11 seconds left.

CHEVERUS 3, SCARBOROUGH 0: David Woodford recorded a hat trick and the Stags (5-2-1) shut out the visiting Red Storm (2-8) at the Troubh Ice Arena in Portland.

Woodford opened the scoring with an assist from Michael Hatch 9:40 into the first period, and added a pair of goals in the third in span of 2:05.