WELLS — Matt Sherburne had 16 points and five assists, and Cam Cousins added 10 points and 11 rebounds Thursday night at Wells prevailed over York 45-43 in boys’ basketball.

Riley Linn led York (11-7) with 11 points, and Will MacDonald and Tim MacDonald each added eight points.

Tyler Bridge scored six points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Wells (12-6).

CAMDEN HILLS 51, MORSE 38: The Windjammers (11-7) defeated the Shipbuilders (2-16) in Bath, giving Coach Jeff Hart his 500th career win.

SOUTH PORTLAND 42, CHEVERUS 35: Edward Buckley scored 16 points and Scott Lewis added 12 as the Red Riots (14-5) used an 8-0 run in the third quarter to pull away from the Stags (6-13) at Portland.

Matt Duchaine paced Cheverus with nine points.

WAYNFLETE 62, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 27: Diraige Dahia and Alex Saade each scored 15 points to lead the Flyers (15-3) over the Panthers (5-13) in Portland.

Dahia connected on three 3-pointers and the Flyers led 32-11 at the half.

Te’Andre King scored 18 points for NYA.

OCEANSIDE 54, MEDOMAK VALLEY 43: Michael Norton Jr. scored 19 points and Trevor Reed added 14 as the Mariners (14-5) pulled away from the Panthers (11-8) at Waldoboro.

Cooper Wirkala added 10 points. Jack Lombardo scored nine.

Gabe Allaire and Josh Goldrup scored 13 points apiece for Medomak Valley. Goldrup also had 11 rebounds.

MASSABESIC 67, MARSHWOOD 59: Alexander Schepis finished with 30 points, nine rebounds and two blocks to lead the Mustangs (5-13) to a victory over the Hawks (6-12) at Waterboro.

Casey Cullen had 12 points and Justin Bryant added 10 for Marshwood.

Ethan Roy scored eight points and grabbed nine rebounds for Massabesic.

WINDHAM 53, BONNY EAGLE 43: Mike Gilman had 14 points and six rebounds to pace the offense for the Eagles (13-5) as they jumped to a 23-12 halftime lead and handled the Scots (6-12) at Windham.

Cory Hutchinson scored 13 points for Windham, which lengthened its lead in the third quarter with a 16-11 advantage.

Zach Maturo led all players with 16 points for Bonny Eagle, including three baskets from behind the arc. Connor Sirois contributed 13 points.

CAPE ELIZABETH 77, POLAND 36: Finn Bowe scored 12 points and Andrew Hartel added 11 for the Capers (11-7), who built an 18-6 first-quarter lead and never looked back, defeating the Knights (2-16) at Cape Elizabeth.

Tanner Carpenter and Robel Hagos added 10 points apiece.

Peter Bolduc III scored 13 points for Poland.

KENNEBUNK 67, FALMOUTH 48: Zach Sullivan scored 17 points and Kyle Pasieniuk finished with 14, including nine in the first quarter, as the Rams (11-7) defeated the Yachtsmen (9-9) at Falmouth.

Falmouth’s Nick Hester scored 20 points, and Sam Manganello added 15.

Cam Lovejoy and Maxwell Murray each had 13 points for Kennebunk.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 65, SACOPEE VALLEY 53: Ian Regan scored 37 points, 12 in the second quarter and 15 in the fourth, as the Seagulls (9-9) handled the Hawks (0-16) at South Hiram.

Tyler Weeks and Michael Murphy each scored 11 points as Sacopee Valley was able to close the margin to six early in the fourth quarter.

Tyler Fenderson and Travis Weeks helped with 10 points apiece.

SANFORD 82, NOBLE 31: The Spartans (6-12) led 21-6 after the first quarter and cruised to a victory over the Knights (1-17) in Sanford.

Leyton Bickford led Sanford with 15 points, and Chris Lantange added 11 points, making three 3-pointers.

Luke Carlock and Tyler Oliver each scored eight points for Noble.

GREELY 53, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 34: The Rangers (18-0) led 28-15 at the half and defeated the Raiders (8-10) in Cumberland.

Logan Bagshaw scored 13 points for Greely, connecting on three 3-pointers. Shane DeWolfe and Jack Kane each added nine points.

Scott Parker and Oscar Saunders each scored eight points for Fryeburg.

THORNTON ACADEMY 54, GORHAM 45: After trailing by eight early, the Golden Trojans (8-10) used a 27-16 second-half advantage to rally past the Rams (7-11) in Saco.

Anthony Bracamonte scored 15 points for Thornton, and Payton Jones and Andre Hart each scored 10.

Nick Strout led Gorham with 11 points.

YARMOUTH 52, LAKE REGION 34: Nolan Hagerty scored 15 points and Jonathan Torres added 11 to lead the Clippers (12-6) as they rallied in the second half to defeat the Lakers (7-11) at Naples.

Tristen Chaine finished with 18 points and True Meyers scored 10 for Lake Region, which was outscored 36-15 in the second half.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 55, FREEPORT 52: John Martin scored 15 of his 20 points in the second half to help the Patriots (11-7) defeat the Falcons (10-8) at Freeport.

Josiah Rottari scored 15 points, including four 3-pointers, and Nick Pelletier contributed eight of his 11 points in the fourth quarter for the Patriots. Martin and Pelletier each had three 3-pointers.

Toby Holt had 16 points, Ethan Sclar added 14 and Erik Shea finished with 12 for Freeport.

GARDINER 73, LINCOLN ACADEMY 40: Connor McGuire had 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Tigers to a win over the Eagles in Newcastle.

Gavin McArthur scored 20 points, and Patrick Pelletier added 10 points for Gardiner (8-10).

Keyden Leeman led Lincoln (1-17) with 19 points.

TEMPLE ACADEMY 70, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 37: Nikola Kekic scored 16 points to lead the Bereans to a win over the Lions in Waterville.

Nathaniel Wiles scored 13 points and Ilija Ivkovic added nine points for Temple (9-9).

Mason Jones led Greater Portland (0-14) with 22 points.


ST. DOMINIC 1, PORTLAND/DEERING 0: Dominic Chasse scored and Gaston Fuksa made 23 saves as the Saints (6-6-1) edged the Bulldogs (7-7-2) at William B. Troubh Ice Arena in Portland.

Hunter Hughes had an assist.

Ben McCallum made 23 saves for Portland/Deering.

FALMOUTH 6, CHEVERUS 4: Owen Drummey had a hat trick for the Yachtsmen (11-5-1), who jumped to a 5-0 lead and held on to defeat the Stags (10-4-1) at the William B. Troubh Ice Arena in Portland.

Jackson Wilson and Justin Ray each scored twice in the third period as Cheverus attempted a late rally.

YARMOUTH 5, KENNEBUNK 0: Dom Morrill scored twice and Alec Morton got his first career goal as the Clippers (7-4-2) beat Kennebunk/Wells (4-9) at Alfond Forum.

Joe Truesdale and Matt Sanborn also scored, and Dan Latham earned the shutout.