SCARBOROUGH – Amanda Linscott and Libby Grant hit two-run singles in the sixth inning as South Portland rallied to a 6-4 victory over Scarborough in the SMAA softball championship game Saturday.

Kaitlin Norton gave the top-seeded Red Riots (18-0) a 1-0 lead with a homer in the fourth inning.

The second-seeded Red Storm (16-2) took the lead in the fifth on a three-run homer by Alyssa Williamson.

South Portland answered with five runs in the sixth, and senior Stephanie McDonough pitched the seventh inning to get the save.

SOUTH PORTLAND 8, THORNTON ACADEMY 0: Alexis Bogdanovich pitched a one-hitter, walked none and struck out 12 as South Portland knocked off third-seeded Thornton Academy (14-3) in the SMAA semifinals.

Kaitlin Norton knocked in three runs in the third inning, and Amanda Linscott had three RBI in the fifth.

Thornton Academy pitcher Julia Geaumont struck out seven, walked two and allowed 11 hits.

SCARBOROUGH 6, MCAULEY 0: Mo Hannan pitched a three-hitter, scored twice and knocked in two runs as the Red Storm advanced to the SMAA final by beating fourth-seeded McAuley (12-5).

Hannan recorded 11 strikeouts and walked one.

She led off the game with a triple and scored on a fielder’s choice. Dominique Burnell had an RBI single in the third as Scarborough got two runs.

The Red Storm added three runs in the sixth, one on a double by Marisa O’Toole and two on a single by Hannan.

Sara Mercier had two hits to lead the Lions.