Portland 54, Old Lyme 51 (OT) >> At Portland, Roland Thivierge scored 19 points, Nick Coman had 14 points, and Dianta Highsmith chipped in 11 points to lead the Highlanders (3-5) to a thrilling overtime win on Friday.
Dean Palenski had a game-high 21 points for the Wildcats (2-6).
Old Saybrook 75, Hale Ray 46 >> At Moodus, Connel Henderson led four Rams players in double figures with 22 points in Friday’s Shoreline Conference road win.
Shane Henderson had 14 points, Jake Tully added 13 points and Victor Pascoe chipped in 12 points for Old Saybrook (5-4), which built a 45-19 halftime lead.
Connor Egan poured in a game-high 25 points for the Noises (0-8).
Valley Regional 86, Haddam-Killingworth 65 >> At Deep River, junior guard Colin Sparaco set a school record with nine 3-pointers en route to a game-high 31 points to lift the Warriors to a SLC win on Friday.
Jordan Moran notched a double-double with 22 points and 10 assists, while Brian Tonks added 12 points and five assists for Valley (4-5).
Jamie Bowen led the Cougars (6-3) with 24 points.
East Hampton 37, Westbrook 31 >> Senior forward Gyanna Russell had a game-high 24 points to lead the host Bellringers (10-1) on Friday.
Savanah Marshall scored 23 points for the Knights (5-3).
Cromwell 64, Coginchaug 38 >> Senior forward Geanna Williams led four Panthers in double figures with 17 points Friday at Salafia Gymnasium.
Nikki Bitinaitis had 13 points, Jenna Serrantino added 11 points, and Theresa Quinn chipped in 10 points for Cromwell (8-2).
Ashleigh Halligan had 15 points and Carly Lane added 10 points to lead the visiting Blue Devils (5-3).
Mercy 72, Sacred Heart Academy 32 >> At Hamden, Meghan DeVille had a game-high 15 points, Jessica Carroll added 13 points and Bella Santoro chipped 12 points for the No. 6 Tigers (8-1), who have won eight straight.
Gabby Koziol had 12 points for the Sharks (4-6).