FRYEBURG, Maine — Teagan Hynes scored 15 points and the York High School boys basketball team also got double-digit scoring from two others in a 61-50 win over Fryeburg Academy on Thursday night.

The Wildcats jumped to 8-1 in Class A South. Fryeburg moved to 5-5.

Brady Cummins had 13 points and Will MacDonald added 11 for York. Hynes, a sophomore, did all of his scoring on five 3-pointers.

“He’s got that in him,” coach Paul Marquis said.

York will travel to South Berwick to face rival Marshwood on Saturday (3:30 p.m.).

BOYS BASKETBALL

Farmington 48, PCA 46, OT

FARMINGTON — Logan Ebare banked in a 3-pointer with 2.3 seconds to play in overtime to lift the Tigers in Division IV action.

Farmington (3-5) needed some dramatics to send the game into OT as Izea Long hit a 3 to knot the score at 38 with 7 seconds remaining.

Ebare led the Tigers with a game-high 23 points. Marcus Berko added 14 and Long tossed in eight. Bryson Lund led PCA (5-3) with 16 points.

Farmington visits Pittsfield Monday, while the Eagles go to Derryfield Tuesday.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Traip 42, Sacopee Valley 32

KITTERY, Maine — Kiki Huntress scored six of her nine points in the fourth quarter, helping the Rangers secure their second straight win. They improved to 3-7.

Mia Perez led Traip with 10 points and Jen McCluskey added nine. Traip will travel to North Yarmouth Academy on Wednesday for a key Class C South test.

York 50, Fryeburg 38

YORK, Maine — Freshman Emily Rainforth's 17 points led York (4-5) to this Class A South win.

Senior Hannah Gennaro added 10 points for the Wildcats, while junior Nina Howe had nine.

The girls head to Marshwood Saturday for a 2 p.m. tip-off.

BOYS HOCKEY

York 4, Cape Elizabeth 2

PORTLAND, Maine — Dalton McCann scored two goals in the third period to cap off a hat trick for the Wildcats at William B. Troubh Ice Arena. York skated to 6-4 in Class B South and currently sits third in the standings.

Jake Nelson added a second-period goal for York, tying the game 2-2. Andrew Bertolini had two assists for the Wildcats. Goaltender Dominic Carlson had 19 saves for the win.

Mt Ararat 5, KnightHawks 4

BRUNSWICK, Maine — Senior captain Henry Honkonen notched his 100th career point for Marshwood/Noble/Traip/Sanford in defeat. Honkonen finished the game with a goal and an assist.

Braden Butler added a pair of goals and Anthony Newton also scored for the KnightHawks. Greg Reppucci, Eli Janetos, Andrew Pruyne, Honkonen and Newton each tallied assists.

The KnightHawks moved to 2-5 in Class A South. They host Massabesic Saturday at Dover Arena.

ALPINE SKIING

PHS teams both take third

FRANCESTOWN — Tristan Hamilton won his second race of the season for the Portsmouth boys alpine team in a giant slalom meet held at Crotched Mountain.

The boys finished third to first-place Bow and runner-up Souhegan. Following Hamilton were Jake MacDonald in ninth, Peter Lown in 16th and Callum Stocker in 21st.

The PHS girls were paced by Brady Beland in sixth. Emily Aucella (10th), Eve Hurley (11th) and Megan Martin (16th) were other scorers. The girls placed behind first-place ConVal and runner-up Hollis-Brookline.

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

Portsmouth 65, Greenland 26

PORTSMOUTH — Evan Venn scored 15 points and Frank Kupp added 12 to fuel PMS, which erupted for 23 points in the third quarter alone.

Aiden Whitworth (8 points) and Nick Smith (7 points) were other leaders. Defensively, Smith, Elliot Miles and Daniel McAllister led the way. PMS travels to Rochester on Wednesday.

REC BASKETBALL

Rees piles up 45 points in win

PORTSMOUTH — Alex Rees tossed in 45 points, Joe Cavanaugh had 16 and Statey Bar and Grill defeated My Social Sports, 79-65, in Portsmouth Men’s City League action. Pat Casey had 19 points in defeat, while Devin Ruocco had 17 and Wes Dionne had 11.

In Boys Senior League action, Josh Piani had 13 points and Zac Yeaton added 10 for 603 Driving School in a 42-35 win over Pure Barre, which got 13 from Ryan Edwards.

Tristan Winder’s 11 points led Osgood Lodge past Cafe Espresso, 41-22. Domenic Johnson scored seven in defeat.

Ice House rolled past River House, 60-38, behind 17 points from Cam Fregeau and 15 from Josh Foss. River House got 14 in defeat from Donovan Fate.