KITTERY, Maine — Mia Perez scored all seven of her points in the third quarter, Addy Hale had 10 of her 12 in the first half and the Class C Traip Academy girls basketball team grab its second win of the year, 43-26, over Class D foe Seacoast Christian on Tuesday night.

Julia Campion added six points for Traip (2-7), which led 18-9 after the first half before pulling away.

“The third quarter we really decided to start playing and took it to them,” Traip coach Scott Blake said.

Katie Pilkington scored 12 points for Seacoast Christian (0-7) and Ally Akerberg had 10.

The Rangers host Sacopee Valley Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Pinkerton 62, Winnacunnet 28

HAMPTON — Senior Brooke Kane scored a game-high 22 points as Pinkerton improved to 6-0 on the season with this Division I win.

It was the 14th straight loss for Winnacunnet (0-7), dating back to the final seven games of last season.

Junior Lauren Ruffin led Winnacunnet with nine points, while juniors Ashley Gallant and Brynn Stokel had eight and six, respectively.

Winnacunnet had just three field goals in second half, one each by Ruffin, Stokel and senior Michaela Linnehan.

Coe-Brown 57, Timberlane 25

PLAISTOW — The Bears jumped out to a 15-2 lead en route to this Division II win. They improved to 2-3. Timberlane dropped to 0-5.

Lauren Curtin had 12 points and Valentina White added nine points, five rebounds. Kirin Asselin (7 points), Jennifer Bettencourt (7 points), Angelina Rene (6 points, 9 rebounds) and Mary Thoms (5 points) were other C-B leaders.

The Bears are at Souhegan Friday.

Greely 65, York 28

CUMBERLAND, Maine — Senior Anna DeWolfe's 26 points led Greely to this Class A South win.

Junior Nina Howe led York (3-5) with seven points, while Kristen Leroux had five. Camille Clement added 16 points for Greely (9-0).

Oyster River 29, Pembroke 24

DURHAM — Maddie Alphonse hit two free throws with 29 seconds to play to give the Bobcats a five-point lead and help them improve to 5-2 in Division II.

Alphonse scored a game-high seven points, while Natalie Simonds and Marlee Yoder added six apiece. Yoder and Ella Stasko played solid defense.

OR hosts Hanover Friday.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Epping 42, Farmington 41

EPPING — Hunter Bullock scored 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the Blue Devils (5-1) won a Division IV battle with the Tigers (2-5).

Shawn Hill and Peyton Rivers had 10 points apiece in the win for Epping.

Isaiah Williams led the Tigers (2-5) with 15 points on five 3-pointers. Izea Long added nine points and Logan Ebare tossed in seven.

Winnacunnet 54, Pinkerton 31

DERRY — Senior Ben Allen scored a game-high 19 points and sophomore James O'Hara added 11 as Winnacunnet improved to 4-0 on the season with this Division I win.

Winnacunnet was playing without injured starters Joe LaRosa and Nick Hepburn. Jack Schaake added nine points for Winnacunnet, while Jordan Fuller had six.

Nick Lombard led Pinkerton (0-5) with eight points.

Spaulding 46, Londonderry 45

LONDONDERRY — Arie Breakfield tipped in Keagan Calero's missed shot with 4 seconds to play to give the Red Raiders a big comeback win on the road.

Breakfield and Calero led Spaulding (3-1) with 20 points apiece.

The Red Raiders, who trailed 34-29 after three stops, host Exeter Friday.

Somersworth 61, Raymond 44

SOMERSWORTH — The Hilltoppers held Raymond to four points in the third quarter to pull away in Division III action.

Somersworth (4-2) led 30-19 at the half, but expanded that to 48-23 after three with some excellent defense.

Jeremy Levesque paced the offense with 14 points, including four 3-pointers. Evan Gray and Colin Perrault added 12 points each.

The 'Toppers play at Winnisquam Friday.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Oyster River/Portsmouth 8, Keene/Mondancok/Fall Mt. 0

DURHAM — Tori Leitz and Ally Marshall each had four points as Oyster River/Portsmouth stayed unbeaten at 5-0.

Leitz had a hat trick and an assist, while Marshall had a goal and three assists. Tory Liebel added two goals, while Patty Anderson and Lilli Poitras added one apiece. Sallie Squire earned the shutout in goal.

OR/Portsmouth has a big game Saturday night (8) at Exeter (5-0-1).

Bishop Guertin 5, STA/Winnacunnet 4

DOVER — STA/Winnacunent rallied for two goals in the third period to cut the lead to one, but could not get the equalizer against BG.

Brileigh Penniman had tow goals, while Molly Connor added three assists. Ellie Karatzas and Emma Connor also scored. Sara Sullivan had an assist. Hilda Barrioz made 36 saves in goal.

STA/Winnacunnet hosts Kingswood Saturday. BG is 3-5.

BOYS HOCKEY

York 5, Gorham 2

DOVER — Jake Nelson scored four goals for the Wildcats, who improved to 5-4 in Class B South.

Dalton McCann added a goal and three assists for York. Nelson chipped in an assist, while both Bryce Gamache and Andrew Bertolini had two helpers apiece. York’s Troy Nelson made 31 saves.

Gorham, which got goals from Alex O'Connor and Tyler Weeks, dropped to 5-2.

JV BOYS BASKETBALL

Portsmouth 63, Memorial 44

PORTSMOUTH — The JV Clippers moved to 3-2 with Tuesday's win, led by Ryan Minckler and Cam Francois with 12 points each.

Portsmouth visits Salem Friday.