CAPE ELIZABETH – Charlotte Lewis pitched a four-hitter with five strikeouts as Fryeburg Academy remained unbeaten with a 6-4 victory over Cape Elizabeth on Wednesday in a Western Maine Conference softball game.

Brylie Walker went 2 for 3 and scored three runs for the Raiders (3-0).

Shannon Nicholson of the Capers (0-2) scored the only earned run on a bases-loaded walk by Abbi Flynn, as the teams combined for 12 errors.

Cape Elizabeth’s Ally Boyington gave up nine hits and struck out four.

SOUTH PORTLAND 9, DEERING 3: Kaitlyn Norton had three hits and Alexis Bogdanovich had a triple and a single to lead the Red Riots (3-0) over the Rams (1-2) at Portland.

FALMOUTH 16, FREEPORT 4: Katie McCarthy had a triple and two doubles with three RBI to lead the Yachtsmen (2-1) over the Falcons (0-3) at Freeport.

Addie Inlow added a double and two singles with one RBI for Falmouth, which led 16-1 before Freeport scored three times in the bottom of the fifth inning.

WELLS 5, YARMOUTH 4: Kelsey Bragdon’s two-run double sparked a four-run sixth inning that led Wells (3-0) past the visiting Yachtsmen (1-2).

Bragdon scored on a single by Abby Fenstermaker, who stole second and scored on a base hit by Sarah Gilpatrick to give Wells a 5-3 lead.

Bragdon gave up one earned run on three hits and five walks while striking out five.

Sabrina Link was 2 for 3 with two steals for the Warriors.

MASSABESIC 13, GORHAM 5: Emily Schatz had a two-run triple as the visiting Mustangs (2-1) broke open the game with seven runs in the fifth inning and beat the Rams (0-2) in a game called because of rain in the sixth inning.

Alyssa Clark hit a two-run double for Gorham, and Kristen Turner had two hits, including a double, and an RBI.

KENNEBUNK 3, CHEVERUS 2: Carinn Burns pitched a five-hitter, had two hits, scored a run and knocked in two, leading the Rams (2-1) over the visiting Stags (1-2).

Rachel Magulsky was 3 for 4 with a stolen base and two runs scored for Kennebunk.

Cheverus had the tying run on third with two outs in the seventh inning before Burns struck out the final batter.

THORNTON ACADEMY 14, MARSHWOOD 1: Julia Geaumont had three singles and a double with four RBI to pace the Trojans (3-0) past the Hawks (2-1) at South Berwick.

Geaumont also pitched a one-hitter with two walks and eight strikeouts.

EDWARD LITTLE 4, MT. ARARAT 3: Melissa Paione hit a two-run homer in the seventh inning to lead the Red Eddies (2-1) past the Eagles (1-2) at Topsham.

Miranda Riendeau led Mt. Ararat with four hits and four runs scored.

SACOPEE VALLEY 18, TRAIP ACADEMY 5: Brittney Sterling went 4 for 5 with three RBI as the Hawks (1-0) defeated the Rangers (0-2) at Kittery.

Justine Ruhlin had three hits and two RBI, and Julia Vacchiano had two hits for Sacopee Valley.

LACROSSE

YARMOUTH 12, NYA 8: Devin Simsarian had four goals and an assist, and Danielle Torres added four goals as the Clippers (2-0) beat the visiting Panthers (1-1) at Yarmouth.

Lilly Wellenbach had four goals and two assists for NYA.

WAYNFLETE 14, GREELY 3: Amy Allen scored three goals to lead Waynflete (1-0) past Greely (0-1) at Portland.

Scout Haffenreffer and Morgan Woodhouse each added two goals and two assists for the Flyers, who led 11-1 halftime.

Rachel Hawkins had two goals for the Rangers.

WRESTLING

HYDE: Tierra Williams, a senior at Hyde School, signed a letter of intent to wrestle for the Missouri Valley College women’s wrestling team next season.

Williams, of Portland, who competed primarily in the 130-pound class for the Hyde boys’ prep team, was named outstanding wrestler at the USA Wrestling Northeastern Women’s Championship and finished first in her weight class in the United States Girls’ Wrestling Association New England tournament.