CUMBERLAND — Maren Maxon scored 18 points, Grace Ramsdell had 15, and Wells remained undefeated with a 45-43 win over Greely in a Western Maine Conference girls’ basketball game Thursday night.

Wells improved to 13-0 and ended a six-game winning streak for Greely (8-3).

Chelsea Graiver finished with 17 points and Kaiyla Delisle scored 12 for Greely, which led 31-29 going into the fourth quarter.

SCARBOROUGH 49, NOBLE 38: Lindsay Fiorillo scored 17 points to lead the Red Storm (9-3) past the Knights (1-12) in Scarborough.

Caroline Hartley chipped in with 13 points and Elisabeth LeFebvre finished with 11.

Meghan Kotsonis led Noble with 12 points. Emily Clark and Olivia Howard each scored 10.

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GORHAM 74, SANFORD 51: Brylee Bishop poured in 24 points to lead the Rams (13-1) over the Spartans (3-9) in Sanford.

Ellie Gay added 11 points and Kalin Curtis scored eight.

Riley Hebler led Sanford with 18 points. Tori Parker made four 3-pointers for 12 points.

YARMOUTH 30, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 28: Katelyn D’Appolonia paced Yarmouth with 11 points, and the Clippers (7-3) held the Patriots (8-5) to 10 points in the second half as they rallied for a win at Yarmouth.

Amber Fortin scored 12 points for Gray-New Gloucester, which led 18-11 at halftime and 24-21 after three quarters.

FREEPORT 45, CAPE ELIZABETH 34: The Falcons erased a three-point halftime deficit with a 17-7 advantage in the third quarter to rally past the Capers (1-9) at Cape Elizabeth.

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Angel Pillsbury had three 3-pointers and finished with 18 points for Freeport.

Cape Elizabeth’s Olivia Manning also had 18 points.

LEWISTON 51, DEERING 24: The Blue Devils (7-6) jumped out to a 19-2 first-quarter lead and cruised to a win over the Rams (3-10) in Portland.

Ellen Legere scored 16 points, including four 3-pointers. Natalie Beaudoin chipped in with 13 points and Koral Morin added 11.

Maya Gayle scored nine points for Deering.

BRUNSWICK 71, WESTBROOK 29: Logan Brown recorded 19 points and five steals to help the Dragons (11-0) cruise past the Blue Blazes (3-9) in Brunswick.

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Kelsie Carlton had 11 points and five steals for Brunswick. Morgan Foster and Lexi Morin each scored eight points.

Natalie LaBrie led Westbrook with seven points.

OCEANSIDE 57, WATERVILLE 27: Audrey MacKie scored 19 of her 22 points in the first half as the Mariners (11-0) built a 39-11 lead en route to a win over the Purple Panthers (7-2) in Rockland.

Bailey Breen added 15 points.

Ella Minihan led Waterville with seven points.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 48, RICHMOND 25: Angel Huntsman recorded 17 points, six assists and five steals to help the Panthers (9-1) beat the Bobcats (6-3) in Richmond.

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Sarah English had 11 points and nine rebounds, and Graca Bila also scored 11 points.

Kara Briand and Izzy Stewart paced Richmond with eight points apiece.

SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 48, SACOPEE VALLEY 42: Ellie Leach scored 19 points, Breckin Winship added 16 and the Guardians (6-3) held off the Hawks (1-10) in Hiram.

Seacoast also got 10 points from Kaitlyn Jandreau.

Sacopee was led by Brooke Landry with 17 points and Elyse Guptill with 10.

YORK 55, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 30: McKayla Kortes and Rose Pavuk each scored 12 points to lead the Wildcats (7-3) over the Raiders (3-7) in York.

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Ava Giancobba and Emily Rainforth had eight points apiece.

Brooke Emery paced Fryeburg with 13 points.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

GREELY 53, WELLS 52: Andrew St. Hilaire hit a free throw with two seconds remaining to lift the Rangers (8-5) over the Warriors (5-8) at Wells.

St. Hilaire finished with 19 points.

Devin Brown drained six 3-pointers and scored 24 points for Wells. Hayden Bedell tossed in 10.

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SANFORD 57, GORHAM 44: The Spartans (8-2) built a 29-13 halftime advantage and cruised past the Rams (5-9) at Gorham.

Justin Kennedy led Sanford with 17 points. Makai Bougie added 10.

Ashton Leclerc had 17 points and Gabe Michaud 10 for Gorham.

WAYNFLETE 53, ST. DOMINIC 43: The Flyers (5-6) broke away from a 20-20 halftime tie with a 21-7 third quarter, fueled by seven points from Nico Kirby, as they defeated the Saints (8-3) at Portland.

Kirby finished with 17 points, while Henry Hart tossed in 10.

Campbell Perryman scored 11 points for St. Dom’s. Gabe Carey chipped in with 10.

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FREEPORT 71, CAPE ELIZABETH 57: Colby Arsenault scored 19 points, Blaine Cockburn and Keigan Shea each had 13, and the Falcons (7-5) beat the Capers (7-7) in Freeport.

Tony Casale chipped in with 10 points.

Evan Reeves put in 13 points to lead Cape. Marcus Wagner tallied 11 points and Sam Lombardo had 10.

LINCOLN ACADEMY 53, MORSE 48: The Eagles (3-8) opened a 16-4 first-quarter lead and held off the Shipbuilders (5-5) at Newcastle.

Tucker Stiles scored 17 points for Lincoln. Lucas Houghton added 11, and Gabe Hagar chipped in with 10 points and eight rebounds.

Gabe Aucoin led Morse with 24 points.

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SACOPEE VALLEY 55, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 28: Carson Black got 14 of his 18 points in the second half and the Hawks (2-9) used a 17-2 third-quarter run to rally past the Guardians (3-7) at Hiram.

Jacob Earley added nine points for Sacopee Valley, which trailed 19-17 at halftime.

Sunny Johnson paced Seacoast Christian with 12 points.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 72, RICHMOND 28: The Panthers (6-5) topped the Bobcats (3-6) in Yarmouth behind 19 points, nine rebounds and eight steals from Joaquim Bila.

Logan Welch finished with 17 points, Bryce Poulin had 14 points and 10 rebounds, and Elliott Oney had 12 rebounds and nine assists.

Connor Vachon led Richmond with 15 points. Keeghan Gilpatrick scored nine.

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TRAIP ACADEMY 57, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 50: The Rangers (5-9) used a 29-16 fourth-quarter surge to overtake the Seagulls (8-3) at Old Orchard Beach.

Zac Foye scored 18 points and Ben Hawkes had 14 for Traip, which overcame a 33-point night from OOB’s Landen Johnson.

YARMOUTH 47, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 32: Peter Psyhogoes scored 20 points, and Cole Snyder had 12 rebounds and seven blocks as the Clippers (12-1) beat the Patriots (9-5) in Gray.

MASSABESIC 53, BIDDEFORD 44: The Mustangs (4-7) downed the Tigers (3-8) in Waterboro behind 23 points from James Saccuzzo and 18 points from Isaiah Searles.

Ayouba Fofana scored 18 points for Biddeford.

LAKE REGION 70, POLAND 67: Brock Gibbons hit a tying 3-pointer in the final minute of regulation, then made another in overtime as the Lakers (9-5) overcame a 16-point deficit to beat the Knights (5-8) in Naples.

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Jacob Chadbourne got 11 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter, when Lake Region outscored Poland 21-7. Jacob Stone added 21 points for the Lakers and Gibbons finished with 11.

Hunter Gibson scored 26 points for Poland. Joseph Levesque had 13 and John Patenaude 10.

GIRLS’ HOCKEY

PORTLAND/DEERING 4, GORHAM 3: Jane Flynn scored her fourth goal of the game midway through the third period to lift the Bulldogs (2-13) over Gorham/Bonny Eagle/Massabesic/Fryeburg (2-8) at USM Ice Arena in Gorham.

Sammy Desjardins and Kate Martell each had an assist for Portland/Deering, and Caitlin Huynh made 30 saves.

Emerson Homa got a goal and two assists for Gorham. Cadence Howard and Raiyah Babinsky also scored.

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EDWARD LITTLE 2, SCARBOROUGH 1: Caroline Audette’s short-handed goal with 8:45 remaining turned out to be the winner as Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland (6-4-2) held off the Red Storm (7-3-1) at Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn.

Sophia Hartley assisted on Audette’s goal that made it 2-0. Eve Martineau put the Red Hornets ahead in the second period, with an assist from Kylee Spugnardi.

Scarborough’s Calynn Gendreau scored with 1:07 remaining, assisted by Ashley Farrington.

BOYS’ HOCKEY

SOUTH PORTLAND 6, YORK 2: Cullen Adams and Roan Hopkins scored power-play goals just 19 seconds apart in the first period, sending South Portland/Freeport/Waynflete (7-3) on its way to a win over the Wildcats (2-5-1) at Troubh Ice Arena.

Adams and Richard Gilboy each had two goals. Dylan Hannan added a short-handed tally.

Luke Douris and Bryce Gamache scored for York.


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