Audrey Mackie scored 20 points, and top-seeded and undefeated Oceanside survived Yarmouth’s upset bid in the Class B South girls’ basketball quarterfinals, rallying in the second half for a 54-48 victory Saturday at the Portland Expo.

Bailey Breen added 18 points for Oceanside (19-0), which now has a 52-game winning streak. The Mariners trailed for most of the first three quarters and were down by as many as nine points in the third. They went ahead for the first time on an Abby Waterman putback that made it 38-36 with 1:26 left in the third quarter, then took the lead for good on Emily Sykes’s 3-pointer that made it 41-40 with 7:04 remaining.

Neena Panozzo led the eighth-seeded Clippers (8-12) with 14 points, while Maya Hagerty scored 13 and Delia MacDonald added 10.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 64, YORK 44: A 20-0 run in the second-quarter sparked the second-seeded Phoenix, who went on to a Class B South quarterfinal win at the Portland Expo.

Spruce Mountain (18-1) scored the first 20 points of the second quarter to break away from an 11-11 tie. Jaydn Pingree led Spruce Mountain with 15 points. Olivia Mastine scored 14, Aubrey Kachnovich added 12 and Jazmine Pingree had 11.

The 10th-seeded Wildcats (8-12) couldn’t overcome 30 turnovers, including 20 in the first half. Ava Brent paced York with 24 points.


WELLS 46, MARANACOOK 31: Kendall Maxon scored 15 points, 10 in the second half, as the sixth-seeded Warriors pulled away for a Class B South quarterfinal win at the Portland Expo.

Ahead 20-15 at the half, Wells (17-2) outscored No. 6 Maranacook 26-16 in the second half. Maren Maxon added 13 points for the Warriors, who made six 3-pointers. Cali Leighton had seven points and nine rebounds.

Wells next faces No. 2 Spruce Mountain in the semifinals on Tuesday.

Eliza Pattershall led the Black Bears (10-9) with nine points, while Allie LaBelle chipped in with eight.

VALLEY 68, ISLESBORO 19: Madeline and Brielle Hill combined for 31 points in the first half as the top-seeded Cavaliers (15-4) rolled into the Class D South semifinals by defeating the eighth-seeded Eagles (4-13) in Augusta.

Madeline Hill got 15 of her 22 points in the first two quarters as Valley built a 45-9 lead. Her sister finished with 20 points, Kirsten Bigelow scored 15.


Anna Zlotkowski tallied seven points for Islesboro.

OLD TOWN 57, PRESQUE ISLE 25: Taylor Loring made five 3-pointers and finished with 19 points as the top-seeded Coyotes (19-0) handled the eighth-seeded Wildcats (9-11) in a Class B North quarterfinal at Cross Insurance Center.

Saige Evans added 12 points and Gabrielle Cody had 10 points for Old Town, which opened with an 18-2 run. The Coyotes will play No. 5 Houlton/Greater Houlton Christian in the semifinals on Wednesday.

Anna Jandreau led Presque Isle with eight points.

HOULTON/GREATER HOULTON CHRISTIAN 54, WASHINGTON ACADEMY 32: Amelia Callnan tallied 13 points, Kaitlyn Kenney added 10, and the fifth-seeded Shiretowners (11-9) steadily pulled away from the fourth-seeded Raiders (11-8) in a Class B North quarterfinal at Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

Leah Swallow chipped in with eight points, while Gabby Gentle and Drew Warman each contributed seven points for the Shiretowners.


Chloe Kilton, Marissa Cates and Sarah Moulton all scored six points for the Raiders.

EAST GRAND 45, MACHIAS 27: Phoebe Foss got 10 of her 16 points in the second half for the sixth-seeded Vikings (12-7) as they upset the third-seeded Bulldogs (13-4) in a Class D North quarterfinal at Cross Insurance Center.

Emma Davis added 10 points.

Kristin Grant made a pair of 3-pointers and finished with eight points for Machias.

WISDOM 62, JONESPORT-BEALS 29: Lilly Roy poured in 29 points, including six 3-pointers, as the second-seeded Pioneers (19-0) beat the seventh-seeded Royals (8-12) in a Class D North quarterfinal in Bangor.

Wisdom also got 17 points from Olivia Ouelette and 10 from Ava Lerman.

Rachel Crowley scored seven points for Jonesport-Beals.

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