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Friday’s boys’ roundup: Westbrook wins again in basketball


NewsHubWESTBROOK — Zac Manoogian scored 39 points Friday night, including 30 in the first half, as Westbrook rolled to a 62-39 victory against Marshwood in an SMAA boys’ basketball game at Warren Gym.
Manoogian hit seven 3-pointers as the Blue Blazes (10-3) won their eighth straight.
Cole McDaniel had 14 points to lead Marshwood (5-7), including three 3-pointers. Ben Beers tossed in seven points.
Gage Barton and Issak Aliyow combined for 28 for A. R. Gould.
Ian Regan scored a game-high 29 points with five 3-pointers for the Seagulls, who rallied after trailing 31-18 at halftime.
Frank Veino paced Sanford with a game-high 23 points, including three 3-pointers. Matt Romano added 10 points.
Kyle Norton led Biddeford with 19 points, going 5 of 5 from the foul line. Caleb Ball contributed 12 points and Coby Saucier chipped in with nine.
Brock Welch added eight points and nine rebounds for Falmouth, which led 24-17 at halftime. Colin Coyne had 11 points, nailing three 3-pointers.
Asker Hussein made three 3-pointers and scored 14 points for Waynflete.
Gibson Harnett, who finished with 11 points, and Medenica combined for 23 points as the Clippers built a 39-14 halftime lead.
Nathanial Chouinard scored 13 points for Poland.
Xu Yanquin added 13 points for Temple.
Ethan Spaulding had three 3-pointers and finished with a team-leading 13 points for Greater Portland Christian. Mason Jones tossed in nine points.
Keydan Leeman added 24 points for Lincoln Academy, which broke away from a 27-27 halftime tie.
Spencer Miranda led Winslow with 26 points, making four 3-pointers. Keanu Earle added 14 points.
Colby shot 6 of 7 from the foul line and finished with 30 points. Martin scored 25 points with seven 3-pointers, including three in the fourth quarter.
Angelo Succi led Traip with 10 points. Joe Cavanagh had eight.
Owen Berry paced Wells with 18 points, Deandre Woods tossed in 12 and Sherbourne finished with 11.
Tristen Chaine led Lake Region with 14 points, True Meyers added 12, and Tyler Walker and Mark Mayo each contributed 10.
Quinn Hewitt added 12 points and seven rebounds for Cape, which used a 15-8 run to open a 35-26 lead after leading just 20-18 at the half.
Zackary Sullivan scored a game-high 25 points for Kennebunk with six 3-pointers.
William Hendrix added 11 points for Bonny Eagle, which used a 16-6 run in the second quarter to take a 30-17 halftime lead. Jackson Fotter scored 16 points to lead Gorham.
Oscar Saunders and Scott Parker added eight points apiece for the Raiders, who led 15-6 after the first quarter.
Toby Holt and Connor Dostie combined for 24 points for the Falcons.
James Sinclair added 14 points for Deering.
Isaac DesVergnes and Tyler Stinson each scored 12 points for Massabesic.
Greely took a 17-5 lead after the first quarter and led 34-17 at halftime.
Trevor LaBonte led York with 14 points.
Jack Jowett led Erskine with 13 points. Braden Soule had nine.
Scarborough outscored Noble 43-25 in the second half after trailing 29-16 at halftime. Morgan Pratt scored 14 points for the Red Storm, 12 in the second half. Nick Discatio added seven points, seven rebounds and six assists.
Zach Desroches led Noble with 12 points. Brandon Davis, James Hashem and Connor Paradis scored 10 each.
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