St. Dominic Academy/Gray New-Gloucester/Monmouth goalie Abrianna White gets into position as Maddie Wentworth and Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland’s Sophia Hartley battle for the puck Tuesday during Tuesday’s game at the Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

WATERBORO — Trailing by two points after the first quarter, Thornton Academy took the lead with a 19-3 edge in the second quarter to beat Massabesic 58-50 Tuesday night in girls’ basketball.

The Trojans’ zone defense limited the Mustangs (11-4) in the second quarter, helping to open a 31-17 halftime lead. Massabesic briefly threatened in the fourth quarter before Thornton (11-4) iced it.

Jess Dow led Thornton with 18 points. Emily Jacobs scored 16 for the Mustangs.

FALMOUTH 67, MT. ARARAT 42: Anna Turgeon had 18 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead the Navigators (8-5) over the Eagles (9-6) in Topsham.

Sloane Ginevan added 15 points and Maddy Christman had 13 for Falmouth, which led 52-32 with a 21-10 third quarter.

Elsa Daulerio had 20 points and Cali Pomerleau had eight points for Mt. Ararat.


BRUNSWICK 46, GORHAM 42: Sophia Morin, a 5-foot-6 center, scored a career-high 17 points, including a layup with two minutes left, as the Dragons (13-0) survived a comeback by Gorham (13-3) at Brunswick.

Morin, a junior, added six rebounds for Brunswick, which led 36-21 through three quarters before Gorham surged to take the lead. After Morin’s layup, the Dragons didn’t lose the lead again.

Logan Brown added 12 points for Brunswick. Leah Woodbury and Anna Nelson scored 13 each for the Rams.

YARMOUTH 40, CAPE ELIZABETH 18: Cate King scored 18 points as the Clippers (9-3) defeated Cape Elizabeth (1-10) at Yarmouth.

Neena Panozzo added 10 points for Yarmouth, which led 26-11 at halftime.

Olivia Manning led the Capers with seven points.


PORTLAND 39, EDWARD LITTLE 27: Eliza Stein scored 10 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, to lead the Bulldogs (2-13) past Edward Little (2-12) at Portland.

The Bulldogs took charge early, opening a 27-16 halftime lead.

GREELY 53, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 35: Chelsea Graiver scored 16 points and the Rangers (9-4) built a comfortable lead in the first half against the Raiders (3-9) in Cumberland.

Asja Kelman had 11 points and Sophia Ippolito followed with 10 for the Rangers, who led 27-10 at halftime.

Brooke Emery and Camden Jones each had 10 points for Fryeburg.

MARSHWOOD 61, BONNY EAGLE 57: Sophie Mitchell had 17 points and seven rebounds, and Savannah Nashwinter added 13 points, including a 3-pointer and four free throws, to power the Hawks (5-7) past the Scots (5-9) in triple overtime at South Berwick.


Sarah Theriault helped with 12 points. Mia Constantakos added 11.

Ember Hastings scored 14 points for Bonny Eagle. Kaitlyn Bartash and Madelyn Violette had 12 points apiece.

SOUTH PORTLAND 59, NOBLE 51: The Red Riots (5-11) took control with a 21-9 second quarter, paced by seven points from Ava Bryant, as they topped the Knights (1-14) at South Portland.

Bryant finished with 18 points for South Portland, with Ruth Boles scoring 10 points.

Emily Clark paced Noble with 18 points, including five baskets from behind the arc, and Olivia Howard and Meghan Kotsonis each had 13.

WINDHAM 43, DEERING 33: The Eagles (10-5) jumped to a 12-2 first-quarter lead and cruised by the Rams (3-12) at Windham.


Sarah Talon powered the offense for Windham with 21 points, and Stella Jarvais chipped in with nine.

Ella McGowan had eight points for Deering.

WAYNFLETE 44, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 26: Jessica Connors scored 14 points and Cece Marshall had 11 as the Flyers (4-9) jumped to a 21-7 first-quarter lead and downed the Guardians (6-5) at Portland.

Kaitlyn Jandreau had 12 points and seven rebounds for Seacoast Christian.

ST. DOMINIC 31, PINE TREE ACADEMY 20: The Saints (4-7) jumped ahead early and kept the Breakers (6-5) at bay for a win in Auburn.

Ava Apodaca paced St. Dom’s with eight points, and Jessie Zimmerman, Bella Perryman and Benie Yombe all scored six points apiece.


Paige Tyson had 12 points for Pine Tree.

RICHMOND 29, SACOPEE VALLEY 23: Izzy Stewart scored 10 points, including six free throws, as Richmond (7-3) downed Sacopee Valley (1-11) at South Hiram.

Richmond led 14-0 at halftime before Sacopee outscored the Bobcats 23-15 in the second half.

BANGOR 64, LEWISTON 36: The Rams ran away with a Class AA North win over the Blue Devils in Lewiston.

Bangor’s Abbie Quinn paced all scorers with 15 points, and Emmie Streams scored 14.

The Rams took an early 18-11 lead after the first quarter and stayed ahead the rest of the way.


Lewiston’s Koral Morin scored a team-high nine points on three 3-pointers, and Natalie Beaudoin also added nine points.

OAK HILL 28, TELSTAR 26: The Raiders scored a layup with 20 seconds left to beat the Rebels (2-9) in Bethel.

Gabby Chessie led Oak Hill (7-7) with nine points and Paige Gonya added eight.

Telstar’s Morgan Zetts led all scorers with 16 points.

RANGELEY 73, FOREST HILLS 50: Emily Eastlack and Winnie LaRochelle led the Lakers (6-1) in Waterville.

Eastlack hit 10 field goals and led all scorers with 21 points. She also had 10 assists and five steals.


Teammate LaRochelle added 18 points and eight assists for the Lakers. Isa Whittier had 12 points and seven assists, while Abi Madrid helped with 11 points.

Peyton Chaisson scored 17 points to lead the Tigers (9-7).


EDWARD LITTLE/LEAVITT/POLAND 5, ST. DOMINIC/WINTHROP/GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER/MONMOUTH 2: Caroline Audette scored two goals as the Red Hornets (7-5-2) beat the Saints (5-7) at Norway Savings Bank Arena.

Sophia Hartley, Megan Lachance and Gianna Castagna also scored for Edward Little.

Maddie Weymouth and West Duffy scored for St. Dominic.

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