SCARBOROUGH — Tori Armishaw had two goals and an assist Tuesday to lead unbeaten Scarborough to a 4-0 victory against Westbrook in a Southern Maine Activities Association schoolgirl soccer game.

Armishaw scored in the 35th and 36th minutes to give the Red Storm (5-0) a 2-0 halftime lead against Westbrook (2-4).

Sarah Martens assisted on the first goal and Haley Carignan on the second.

Armishaw set up Margaret Palmer to up the lead to 3-0 eight minutes into the second half. Jessica Meader closed the scoring from Taylor LeBorgne with two minutes left.


WINDHAM 4, BIDDEFORD 1: Bebe Butts scored twice as Windham (2-1-2) opened a 4-0 halftime lead against the Tigers (1-5) at Biddeford.

Meghan Gribbin and Morgan Dolby also scored for the Eagles. Brooke Thompson answered midway through the second half for Biddeford.


BRUNSWICK 3, MORSE 0: Rachel Moroney scored twice and Allie Walton once for the Dragons at Brunswick.


GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 5, BUCKFIELD 1: Elaine Beech had three goals and an assist to lead Greater Portland Christian (2-0-1) past the Bucks (1-4-1) at Buckfield.

Ashley Whalen and Robyn Waugh also scored for Greater Portland. Danielle Patrie converted a penalty kick for Buckfield.


BONNY EAGLE 4, KENNEBUNK 4: Katelyn Boyer tied it for the Scots (1-3-2) with three seconds left in regulation, completing a rally from a 4-1 deficit against the Rams (2-3-1) at Kennebunk.

Nikki Gassman paced Kennebunk with three goals. Alex Leonardi scored once.


THORNTON ACADEMY 5, MASSABESIC 0: Danielle Daigle and Jaime Durie each scored twice in a five-goal second half as Thornton Academy (4-1) beat the Mustangs (0-5) at Waterboro.

Katilyn Coburn also scored.


MEDOMAK VALLEY 4, MAINE CENTRAL INSTITUTE 1: Emily Leach, Heidi Obushon and Julie Ennamorati each had a goal and an assist to lead the Panthers (4-2) over the Huskies (1-6) at Waldoboro.


MT. ARARAT 6, LEWISTON 0: Randi London and Celia Ouellette each scored twice and assisted on another as the Eagles (5-1) beat Lewiston (0-6) at Topsham.


SANFORD 6, PORTLAND 0: Nicole Bordeau had two goals, and Taylor Littlefield added a goal and an assist as the Redskins (4-1) defeated the Bulldogs (0-6) at Sanford.

Ali Legere scored from Taylor Flood, and Sam Bryan also scored. Kellie Tovey and Mikela Simpson totaled three saves in the win.


CAMDEN HILLS 7, OAK HILL 0: Taylor Porter and Shani Morris each had two goals as the Windjammers (4-3) shut out the Raiders (0-7) at Rockport.


FRYEBURG ACADEMY 3, FALMOUTH 0: Christina DiPietro scored one goal and assisted on another as the Raiders (5-2) downed the Yachtsmen (2-5) at Falmouth.

Aslyn Dindorf and Ellen Bacciocchi each added a goal, and Brittany Fox made five saves for the shutout.


GREELY 2, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Jackie Andrews scored unassisted, then assisted on Jessica Wilson’s goal as the Rangers (6-1) scored twice in the second half against the Patriots (3-5) at Gray.

Olivia Rottari made 12 saves for Gray-New Gloucester.


CAPE ELIZABETH 1, LAKE REGION 1: Chelcie Murch persisted during a scuffle in front, finally slipping the ball into the net for a 1-0 Lakers lead 10:43 into the game in Naples. But Liz Robinson scored on a drive to the net 25:30 into the second half to tie it for the Capers (4-2-1).

Alice Sanborn had an assist for Lake Region (2-4-1). Shannon Van Loan made four saves for the Lakers, as did Juliane Ayers for Cape Elizabeth.


NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 11, WAYNFLETE 0: Megan Fortier had three goals and three assists as the Panthers (6-1) handled the Flyers (2-3-1) at Yarmouth.

Kylie Dalbec, Frances Leslie and Kate Millett each had a pair of goals. Hannah Hearn and Sasha McLean also scored.


SACOPEE VALLEY 11, POLAND 0: Chelsea Burnell, Mia Richmond, Ally Allard and Paige Shortsleeves each had a pair of goals for the Hawks (5-2) against the Knights (0-6) at South Hiram.


OLD ORCHARD BEACH 3, TRAIP ACADEMY 2: Jamie Crowley scored a pair of goals, including the winner, as the Seagulls (2-5) built a 3-1 lead and held off the Rangers (1-6) at Kittery.


WELLS 1, YORK 0: Sabrina Link scored off a rebound seven minutes into the game as the Warriors (6-2) stopped the Wildcats (7-1) at Wells.


GORHAM 3, CONY 0: Vicki Parker had 14 service points, including two aces, 10 digs and four kills to lead Gorham (4-2) to a straight-set victory against visiting Cony (2-4).

Lindsay Chapman added eight kills and seven digs for Gorham, which won by scores of 25-19, 25-19 and 25-9.