BOOTHBAY — Mountain Valley’s Jacob Blanchard scored 15 points and Cameron Godbois hit a pair of free throws with less than 10 seconds left to give the Falcons a 62-59 boys’ basketball win over Boothbay on Tuesday.

Godbois finished with six points and Keegan Davis scored 10 for the Falcons (9-1).

Boothbay (9-1) had a chance to tie it but couldn’t get a shot off before the buzzer. Hunter Crocker and Sullivan Rice each scored 14 points for the Seahawks. Crocker also grabbed nine rebounds and Steve Reny chipped in with 12 points.

Mt. Blue 55, Skowhegan 51

FARMINGTON — Senior guard Garrett Reynolds drained a game-high 22 points to lead Mt. Blue to a 55-51 victory over Skowhegan in boys’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Cougars (8-2) were leading by two with seconds remaining when Reynolds sealed the win with a pair of free throws. Sophomore guard Jacob Farnum contributed 18 points and four assists for Mt. Blue.

Senior forward Marcus Christopher notched a double-double with 16 points and 13 rebounds for the Indians (4-7). Junior guard Carter Hunt recorded four field goals, including three from beyond the arc, for 11 points for Skowhegan.

Dirigo 78, Wiscasset 39

DIXFIELD — Jeremy St. Germain scored 23 points, including 12 in the third quarter, to help Dirigo rout Wiscasset 78-39 in boys’ basketball Tuesday.

Dirigo (4-6) held a 38-15 lead at halftime and poured it on after the break with 28 points in the third quarter. St. Germain’s effort was helped by Alex Gorham’s 13 points and Mateo Lapointe’s 12.

Josh Gabriele of Wiscasset (1-8) led his team with 11 in the loss.

Gray-New Gloucester 75, Lake Region 42

NAPLES — John Martin scored 23 points and the Patriots (8-3) cruised to victory over the Lakers (2-9) on Tuesday.

Wyatt Edwards added 12 points on four 3-pointers for Gray-New Gloucester, which led 20-5 after the first quarter.

Isaac Holland score eight points for Lake Region.

Hall-Dale 84, Mt. Abram 52

SALEM TOWNSHIP — Alec Byron scored 21 points to lead the Bulldogs to an MVC win over the Roadrunners on Tuesday.

Ashtyn Abbott scored 17 points, while Josh Nadeau added 14 points for Hall-Dale (8-1).

Nathan Luce led Mt. Abram (3-7) with 17 points and Adam Luce added 10 points.

Leavitt 53, Westbrook 39

WESTBROOK — Wyatt Hathaway scored 22 points to lead the Hornets (9-0) past the Blue Blazes (1-9) on Tuesday.

Leavitt outscored Westbrook 25-10 in the second half to pull away. Joziah Learned adding 13 points in the victory.

Abier Manyiel scored 14 points for Westbrook.

Monmouth 78, Carrabec 24

MONMOUTH — Senior center Connor Davies tickled the twine for 26 points to lead Monmouth to a 78-24 victory over Carrabec in boys’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Mustangs (8-3) opened up with a 17-4 run and never looked back. Senior forward Evan Burnell netted a double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds, while junior guard Gabe Martin sank five field goals, including four from 3-point range, for 14 points for Monmouth.

Senior guard Nikkolas Dube paced the Cobras (0-11) with 14 points.

Noble 65, St. Dom’s 30

AUBURN — Noble scored 40 points in the first half to take care of St. Dom’s on the road, 65-30, in a boys’ basketball showdown Tuesday.

Noble (3-8) was led by Kyle Kennedy who scored 11 with two treys, followed by Dylan Dube’s eight points.

The Saints (1-8) were paced by Ethan Bosse’s game-high 15 points. Logan Welch also scored 10 in the loss.

Portland 68, Lewiston 55

PORTLAND — Simon Chadbourne hit six 3-pointers in the first half on his way to 26 points, and the Bulldogs (8-4) cruised past the Blue Devils (2-8) on Tuesday.

Hassan Hussein scored a game-high 30 points for Lewiston.

Pedro Fonseca added 16 points and Trey Ballew had seven points and nine rebounds for Portland, which led 31-19 at halftime.

Rangeley 70, Greater Portland Christian 23

SOUTH PORTLAND — Hunter Parsons scored 13 points and Trevor Dolbier had 11 as the Lakers (7-3) beat the Lions (0-6) on Tuesday.

Christian Patterson led Greater Portland Christian with 11 points.

Winthrop 62, Oak Hill 15

WINTHROP — Cam Wood scored 18 to lead Winthrop to a 62-15 win over Oak Hill on Tuesday.

Winthrop (10-1) amassed a 35-10 lead at halftime over Oak Hill (3-7). Wood also had 12 rebounds and two blocks. Ryan Baird and Cam Hachey each tallied nine points in the win.

Oak Hill was led by four points from Liam Rodrigue.

Girls’ basketball

Edward Little 41, Deering 23

PORTLAND — Hannah Chaput scored a game-high 16 points and Grace Fontaine had six of her eight points during an opening 15-2 run for the Eddies (7-4) as they rolled past the Rams (1-8) in Portland.

Elizabeth Drelich scored six points to pace Deering.

Gray-New Gloucester 53, Lake Region 21

NAPLES — The Patriots (10-1) closed the game on a 23-0 run to get past the Lakers (4-7) on Tuesday.

Jordan Grant scored six of her 12 points in the second quarter for the Patriots, and Eliza Hotham added 10 points.

Shauna Hancock scored 15 points for Lake Region.

Leavitt 40, Westbrook 39

TURNER — Alison Noniewicz tossed in four field goals and five free throws for a game-high 14 points as Leavitt edged Westbrook 40-39 in girls’ basketball action Tuesday evening.

The Blue Blazes took a commanding 23-10 lead into the half. Mikayla Van Zandt scored 13 points and Abby Symbol posted 12 points for Westbrook.

The Hornets came buzzing back in the second half, producing a 13-4 run in the third quarter and continued with a five-point margin in the final frame. Taylor White pitched in 13 points for Leavitt in the winning effort.

Noble 60, St. Dom’s 41

SOUTH BERWICK — Amy Fleming had 19 points and eight rebounds and Olivia Howard added 16 points for the Knights (6-5), who opened the game with a 19-2 run and beat the Saints (6-3) on Tuesday.

Raegan Kelly had 10 points and eight rebounds for Noble, which led 32-9 at halftime.

Becca Zimmerman scored 12 points for St. Dom’s. Mia Leslie chipped in with 11.

Oxford Hills 59, Gorham 47

GORHAM — Julia Colby scored 17 points as the Vikings (10-2) beat the Rams (7-4) in a showdown of two of the top teams in Class AA girls’ basketball.

Mackenzie Holmes led Gorham with 25 points.

Cassidy Dumont hit three 3-pointers and had 13 points for Oxford Hills.

Portland 60, Lewiston 42

LEWISTON — Portland had four players in double digits in a 60-42 girls’ basketball win over Lewiston on Tuesday evening.

Amanda Kabantu led the attack for the Bulldogs (6-6) with 16 points, while Gemima Motema had 15, Davina Kabantu chipped in 13 points and Jill Joyce finished with 10.

Emily Strachan led the Blue Devils (3-8) with 16 points and Maddy Foster contributed 11.

Women’s basketball

Bates 65, Norwich 50

LEWISTON — Meghan Graff scored 21 points and Erika Lamere added 14 as the Bobcats (6-7) beat Norwich (6-9) on Tuesday.

Graff scored seven points in a 17-4 surge that gave the Bobcats (6-7) a 28-15 lead. Mary Casamassa’s layup trimmed the lead to 11 points, but Ariana Dalia hit a free throw for Bates and Lamere a 3-pointer and the Bobcats never led by less than 12 the remainder of the match in Lewiston.

Emily Oliver had 16 points for the Cadets, with Casamassa adding 13.