BIDDEFORD — Logan Brown hit five 3-pointers on the way to 22 points as Brunswick improved to 12-0 with a 51-34 win over Biddeford in a Class A South girls’ basketball game Friday night.

Lexi Morin added 10 points for Brunswick, which put the game away with an 18-10 advantage in the fourth quarter.

Hannah Smith led Biddeford (4-8) with 12 points.

YARMOUTH 38, GREELY 25: The Clippers (8-3) rebounded from a 20-16 halftime deficit, holding Greely (8-4) to five points in the second half at Yarmouth.

Yarmouth outscored Greely 13-3 in the third quarter and 9-2 in the fourth.

Maya Panozzo led the Clippers with 13 points, including three 3-pointers.


Chelsea Graiver and Sophia Ippolito had eight points apiece for the Rangers.

SOUTH PORTLAND 40, BONNY EAGLE 38: Ruth Boles scored 11 points and Ava Bryant had nine as the Red Riots (4-10) edged the Scots (5-8) at Standish.

Kaitlyn Bartash paced Bonny Eagle with 16 points.

CHEVERUS 51, LEWISTON 18: The Stags (12-1) held Lewiston (7-7) scoreless in the first quarter and went on to a victory at Portland.

Maddie Fitzpatrick, returning from a thumb injury that caused her to miss 10 games, scored eight of her 11 points in the first quarter as Cheverus built a 17-0 lead. The Blue Devils pulled within 26-14 by halftime before being limited to four second-half points.

Emma Lizotte finished with 14 points and Emily Bontatibus had 10 for Cheverus.


Natalie Beaudoin led Lewiston with eight points.

THORNTON ACADEMY 68, FALMOUTH 55: Jess Dow scored 28 points, Addisen Sulikowski had 19, and the Golden Trojans (10-4) beat the Navigators (6-5) in Saco.

Anna Turgeon led Falmouth with 26 points.

OXFORD HILLS 65, DEERING 27: Sierra Carson had 21 points to lead the Vikings (11-1) to a win over the Rams (3-11) in Paris.

Oxford Hills also got 10 points from Ella Pelletier.

Maya Gayle led Deering with 10 points.


SANFORD 62, NOBLE 59: Riley Hebler scored 24 points as the Spartans (4-9) overcame a 15-3 first-quarter deficit against the Knights (1-13) at Sanford.

Jaylyn Bartolome chipped in with 15 points.

Meghan Kotsonis scored 18 for Noble. Olivia Howard had 15.

MT. ARARAT 76, WESTBROOK 28: Mt. Ararat (9-5) hit eight of its 12 3-pointers in the first half to take control against the Blue Blazes (3-10) at Westbrook.

Morgan Ruff had four 3-pointers and Cali Pomerleau added three as the Eagles opened a 44-14 halftime lead.

Ruff finished with 22 points, including six 3-pointers, and Pomerleau scored 17.


Leah Cromarty led Westbrook with eight points.

MASSABESIC 63, BIDDEFORD 32: Micaela Jacobs scored 17 points to power the Mustangs (11-3) past the Tigers (4-9) at Biddeford.

Hannah Samson chipped in with 16 points.

Chantelle Bouchard scored 13 points for Biddeford.

SCARBOROUGH 41, EDWARD LITTLE 17: Lindsay Fiorillo scored 10 points as the Red Storm (10-3) rolled past the Red Eddies (2-11) at Scarborough.

The Red Storm used a 17-4 advantage in the second quarter to open a 24-8 halftime lead.


Rachel Penny had nine points for Edward Little.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 53, POLAND 42: Josie Harper-Cunningham hit three 3-pointers early in the fourth quarter – her only points – to help the Panthers (10-1) pull away from Poland (3-10) at Yarmouth.

NYA led 22-18 at halftime and 32-23 through three quarters.

Graca Bila led the Panthers with 15 points. Sarah English added 11 points and 10 rebounds, and Angel Huntsman had 10 points and nine assists.

Allie Ferland topped the Knights with 13 points.

MARSHWOOD 46, KENNEBUNK 35: Jasmine Aloisio scored 18 points and Savannah Nashwinter chipped in 11 as the Hawks (3-7) defeated the Rams (0-9) in Kennebunk.


Nashwinter had three 3-pointers and Aloisio made two for the Hawks, who outscored the Rams 26-10 in the second half.

Skylar Holder led Kennebunk with 13 points, followed by Ruby Sliwkowski with nine and Lily Hansen with eight.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 51, TRAIP ACADEMY 39: Elise MacNair scored 23 points to lead the Seagulls (11-2) over the Rangers (8-6) in Kittery.

MacNair also had eight assists. Tessa Ferguson added 14 points on four 3-pointers and two foul shots. Sarah Davis grabbed nine rebounds.

Hannah Thorsen scored 13 points and Emme Hale had 12 on four 3-pointers for Traip.

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