WESTBROOK – Ally Lemay had two goals and an assist, and Sarah Howard added a goal and two assists Wednesday to lead Westbrook to a 5-0 victory against Noble in a Southern Maine Activities Association field hockey game.

Melissa Pettis and Aleena Simoneau also scored for Westbrook (2-0), which went ahead 3-0 in the first half. Olivia Marsden had two assists and Pettis had another.

Maryssa Arsenault needed one save for the win. Bri Hoffman stopped 10 shots in the first half and Nakita Nomcowitz turned aside 13 in the second for Noble (1-1).

CHEVERUS 3, KENNEBUNK 0: Emily Sawchuck had two goals for the Stags (2-0) against the Rams (1-1) at Portland.

Sarah LaQuerre also scored from Gabi Cardona.

Katie Semo stopped five shots in the first half and Cindy Clark made eight saves in the second for Cheverus.

Kelsey Livermore had 18 saves for Kennebunk.

GORHAM 3, DEERING 0: Allie Violette deflected in a shot from Alyssa Clark to give Gorham (1-1) the lead against visiting Deering (0-2).

Allie Sturgess and Brandi Emerson also scored.

Caley Presby had 10 saves for Deering.

MCAULEY 2, WINDHAM 0: Sara Mercier scored early in the first half and Tori Tenenbaum late in the half as McAuley (1-1) beat the Eagles (0-2) at Portland.

Jaime Lacasse made 11 saves for the Lions.

Tenenbaum scored on a chip shot, Autumn Becker assisting.

THORNTON ACADEMY 2, PORTLAND 0: Michelle Banville and Morgan Dube scored second-half goals as the Trojans (2-0) pulled away from the Bulldogs (0-2) at Portland.

Abbey Siulinski made seven saves for the shutout. Kathleen Dalbec stopped 13 shots for the Bulldogs.

SANFORD 2, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Jordan Brasier scored from Lindsey Nolette in the 19th minute to lift the Redskins (1-0) over the Red Riots (0-2) at South Portland.

Sanford made it 2-0 in the second half when Nolette scored from Brasier.

BOYS’ SOCCER

LINCOLN ACADEMY 3, ROCKLAND 1: Bo McLain, Jake Barrows and Josh Cross scored as Lincoln Academy (1-1) overcame a 1-0 deficit and beat Rockland (0-2) at Newcastle.

Ryan Wahle broke down the right side and crossed to Barrows, who slammed it in at the 18 for the go-ahead goal.

Conor Pfister scored off a turnover for Rockland.

YARMOUTH 6, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Ryan Maguire, Cotter Jackson and Campbell Belisle-Haley scored in the first 10 minutes as the Clippers (2-0) dominated the Patriots (0-3) at Yarmouth.

Maguire and Belisle-Haley finished with two goals apiece. Luke Pierce added a goal and an assist.

Chris Knaub made one save for his second shutout.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

BONNY EAGLE 3, MASSABESIC 1: Sam Campobasso and Kate Boyer scored early as Bonny Eagle (1-0-1) took a 2-1 halftime lead and beat Massabesic (0-2) at Standish.

Nicole Taylor scored late in the second half from Shelby VanDeventer to seal it.

Stephanie Guay chipped in the only goal for the Mustangs.

CHEVERUS 7, MARSHWOOD 2: Abby Maker scored a pair of first-half goals as the Stags (2-0) took a 4-0 lead against the Hawks (0-2) at Portland.

Hannah Noonan, Sade Lyons, Kaitlin Doherty, Britni Mikulanecz and Ali Thomas also scored for Cheverus.

Kristina Emmons and Mikalah Little scored, and Amelia Jule made 20 saves for the Hawks.

GORHAM 3, DEERING 1: Kiersten Turner had a goal and an assist as Gorham (1-1) downed visiting Deering (1-1).

Shelby Guimond and Kylie Turner also scored for Gorham. Cole Spike answered for Deering.

SANFORD 2, THORNTON ACADEMY 1: Taylor Littlefield and Taylor Flood scored in the final 20 minutes as the Redskins (1-1) built a 2-0 lead and held off the Trojans (0-1) at Sanford.

Thornton cut it to 2-1 on Danielle Daigle’s penalty kick with 4:30 left.

YORK 4, WAYNFLETE 1: Stephanie Gallagher scored twice as the Wildcats (1-0) cruised past the Flyers (1-1) at York.

Kayla Swasey added a goal and two assists for York.

SCARBOROUGH 8, PORTLAND 0: Tori Armishaw had two goals and six other players scored for the Red Storm (2-0) against the Bulldogs (0-2) at Scarborough.

Sarah Little, Margaret Palmer, Sarah Martens and Haley Carignan scored in the first half, and Meghan Tyson, Taylor Leborgne added second-half goals.