NORTH BERWICK – Theresa Hendrix pitched a three-hitter with no walks and 14 strikeouts as Cheverus defeated Noble 9-1 Friday in an SMAA softball game.

Hendrix also had a pair of hits, including an RBI single during a three-run second inning for the Stags (5-2) against the Knights (1-6).

Jasmyn Welch and Staci Swallow added two hits apiece. 

SOUTH PORTLAND 21, MARSHWOOD 0: Katelyn Norton had two doubles and a single to lead the Red Riots (7-0) over the Hawks (3-4) at South Berwick.

Stephanie Thibeault had three singles with four RBI and four runs.

Nicole O’Neil had a double for Marshwood. 

YARMOUTH 15, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 3: Abbey Ridge had three hits, including a triple and a home run, and drove in five runs to lead the Clippers (4-3) past the Seagulls (1-4) in six innings at Yarmouth.

Abbie Hutchinson and Morgan Ruetty also had three hits apiece for the Clippers, who finished with 15 overall. 

BIDDEFORD 15, MASSABESIC 2: Sarah Gilblair tossed a three-hitter, and Katelyn Le-breux and Kristina McCurry each had two hits to help the Tigers (6-1) beat the Mustangs (2-4) at Waterboro. 

FALMOUTH 8, LAKE REGION 1: Ally Carver and Katie McCarthy each hit a single and double and drove in a run to lead the Yachtsmen (3-3) past the Lakers (2-4) at Naples.

Lauren Boucher added an RBI double for Falmouth, which scored seven times in the second inning. 

GORHAM 8, PORTLAND 1: Terry Bastarache hit a two-run single during a three-run first inning as the Rams (2-4) downed the Bulldogs (0-7) at Gorham.

Annie Mitchell added a two-run homer for the Rams and finished with three RBI and two runs. Taylor Hanson pitched a two-hitter and struck out four.

Leanne Reichert singled home Portland’s run. 

GEORGES VALLEY 10 HALL-DALE 6: Bethany Snow and Kelsey Thompson each hit a two-run single during a five-run seventh inning as the Buccaneers (5-0) rallied past the Bulldogs (3-2) at Hallowell.

Kennadi Grover added a two-run homer in the first and a solo shot in the third for Georges Valley, and Snow and Jill Bradbury had three hits apiece. 

SANFORD 11, DEERING 7: Rochelle Osburn was a triple shy of the cycle for the Redskins (2-4) in their win over the Rams (2-5) at Portland.

Sanford scored five runs in the first inning as Osburn hit a two-run homer.

Amanda Hunter had two singles and a two-run homer. Samantha Adams added two doubles and a single.

Caley Presby and Sarah Brink each had two singles for Deering. 

CAPE ELIZABETH 9, POLAND 2: Emily Donovan, Gabe Donahue and Delaney Rockwell each had two hits with an RBI to lead the Capers (2-4) past the Knights (0-7) at Poland.

Ally Boyington pitched a six-hitter and also had two hits.

Celeste Knowles had two hits, including a home run, and drove in two runs for Poland. 

YORK 6, WELLS 2: Ivy Sheehan went 3 for 3 with a double, scored twice and knocked in two runs to lead the Wildcats (4-2) past the Warriors (4-3) at Wells.

Alex Rennie pitched a five-hitter, struck out 10 and had three hits.

Meaghan Lewia had three hits and scored a run for Wells. 

MEDOMAK VALLEY 9, MCI 5: Kayla Santheson had a double and a triple with two RBI to lead the Panthers (5-1) over the Huskies (3-3) at Waldoboro.

Vanessa Davis added a triple and a single.

Katelyn Sousa led MCI with a single, a double and a triple with two RBI. 

MONMOUTH 12, BOOTHBAY 0: Bri Hicks pitched a five-inning no-hitter as the Mustangs (2-2) beat visiting Boothbay (0-5).

Hicks struck out two and walked four.

Kelsie Hilton hit a two-run double in the third inning for Monmouth, then ended it in the fifth with a two-run double. 

MESSALONSKEE 19, MORSE 1: Emily Leighton and Amanda Joy each had a three-run double and a single to lead the Eagles (3-4) past the Shipbuilders (2-5) at Oakland.

Tatiana Vogel added a triple and a single, and Bri Garland and Chelsea Smith combined to pitch a one-hitter.

Ali Giroux had a single in the second inning for the Shipbuilders. 

OAK HILL 4, BELFAST 3: Winning pitcher Lauren Hall had a double, a single and an RBI as the Raiders (6-0) beat the Lions (2-4) at Wales.

Caroline Carr hit a two-run homer for Belfast. 

BANGOR 7, CONY 0: Sam Bedore struck out 14 and allowed two hits as Bangor (8-0) took advantage of five errors for six unearned runs against Cony (4-2).

Meg Doucette led Bangor with a pair of singles; Melissa Brochu and Suzannah Deeves each singled for Cony. 

MARANACOOK 18, LEAVITT 0: The Black Bears (5-1) had 23 hits to rout Leavitt (1-5) at Readfield.

Winning pitcher Sarah Maxwell struck out nine. Heidi Shaw tripled and doubled, and Sarah Boynton singled and tripled. 

OXFORD HILLS 1, MT. BLUE 0: Heather Verrier pitched a one-hitter as the Vikings (5-1) edged Mt. Blue (1-6) at South Paris.

Verrier struck out three and walked three, and Dana Schultz tripled for Oxford Hills.

Lexi Howard pitched a four-hitter with four walks and four strikeouts for Mt. Blue. 

SKOWHEGAN 12, MT. ARARAT 0: The Indians (5-1) scored seven runs in the fifth inning to end the game against the Eagles (3-3) at Skowhegan.

Whitney Jones and Becca McCarty each singled twice and doubled for Skowhegan, and Sam Gray had two singles. McCarty allowed two hits and no walks while striking out seven.

Meghan Carr had both hits for Mt. Ararat.

LACROSSE

OXFORD HILLS 13, BONNY EAGLE 12: Ebony Mills had five goals and an assist to lead the Vikings (2-2) to a win against the Scots (1-4) at Standish.

Oxford Hills scored three times in the first three minutes of the second half to break a 7-7 tie. Hannah Warren added four goals.

Liz Pepin had four goals for Bonny Eagle. 

CHEVERUS 13, MESSALONSKEE 4: Brianna Amato had three goals and two assists to lead the Stags (4-0) past the Eagles (2-3) at Portland.

Grace Franson paced Cheve-rus to an 8-0 lead with a goal and an assist.

Maddison Kadnair had two goals and an assist for Messalonskee. 

CAPE ELIZABETH 11, MARSHWOOD 9: Talley Perkins scored four goals, and Karyn Barrett had three goals and two assists to lead the Capers (3-2) past the visiting Hawks (3-2).

Anna Darling added two goals for Cape Elizabeth.

Erica Sedler scored four times for Marshwood, and Emma Collins added three.