Because of technical difficulties and early deadlines on Tuesday night, some high school games reported by coaches did not make Wednesday’s print edition.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

BIDDEFORD 65, NOBLE 42: Behind 22 points and six 3-pointers from Kyle Norton, Biddeford (14-3) rolled to a win at North Berwick.

It was the ninth straight win for the Tigers. According to Coach Justin Tardif, Biddeford has reached 14 wins in a regular season only three other times since 1960.

Jerome Criado added 11 points and three 3-pointers. Biddeford made 11 3-pointers.

Luke Carlock scored 12 points for Noble (1-16).

CAPE ELIZABETH 62, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 58: Finn Bowe scored 21 of his 29 points in the first half as the Capers (10-7) built a 33-18 halftime lead and held off the Patriots (10-7) in Gray.

The Patriots rallied behind 16 points from Hunter Colby and 12 from John Martin.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

SOUTH PORTLAND 71, PORTLAND 35: Katie Whitmore finished with 15 points, Meghan Graff added 13 and Maggie Whitmore scored 12 as the Red Riots (16-1) defeated the Bulldogs (11-6) in South Portland.

Gemima Motema paced Portland with 12 points.

GORHAM 53, WINDHAM 33: Mackenzie Holmes scored 25 points as the Rams (10-7) handled the Eagles (8-9) in Windham.

Holmes got 10 points in the first quarter, when the Rams built a 17-5 lead.

Michelle Rowe added 13 points.

POLAND 58, YARMOUTH 22: Nathalie Theriault scored 23 points as the Knights (13-4) downed the Clippers (5-12) in Yarmouth.

Clementine Blaschke scored 10 points for Yarmouth.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 42, TRAIP ACADEMY 30: Shani Plante hit three 3-pointers and scored 15 points to lead the Seagulls (14-3) over the Rangers (7-10) in Old Orchard Beach.

Meghan LaPlante added 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Cassidy Delano scored 13 points for Traip.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 71, CAPE ELIZABETH 44: Jordan Grant scored 24 points and the Patriots (13-4) used a 36-14 second-half advantage to pull away from the Capers (6-11) in Cape Elizabeth.

Erin O’Rourke scored 16 points for Cape Elizabeth.