WINDHAM – Katelyn Tucker scored all three goals for Windham in a 3-2 field hockey win Friday over Westbrook.

After a scoreless first half, Tucker put Windham (2-4) on the board 57 seconds into the second half.

Micaela LeBeau answered 28 seconds later, but Tucker scored the next two before LeBeau got her second goal for Westbrook (4-2) with 1:41 left.

MASSABESIC 3, THORNTON ACADEMY 1: Jackie Guillemette and Alex Staples scored first-half goals to start the Mustangs (4-1) on their way to a win over the Trojans (3-3) at Saco.

Morgan Dube scored off a rebound to cut the lead to 2-1 in the second half. Sam Emmons got the final goal with 2:48 left.

SOUTH PORTLAND 1, GORHAM 0: Brianna Bower knocked in a pass from Olivia Edwards two minutes into overtime to give the Red Riots (1-5) a win over the Rams (1-5-1) at South Portland.

Lani Edwards earned the shutout with five saves. Patty Smith made three saves for Gorham.

MCAULEY 1, NOBLE 1: Liz Houston scored for McAuley (2-4-1) and Courtney Chabot scored for Noble (0-4-1) as the teams battled to a tie at North Berwick.

Houston scored an unassisted goal with 9:55 left. Chabot answered just over a minute later off a feed from Marissa Goodrich.

Nikita Naumowicz made three saves for Noble. Jaime LaCasse stopped 11 shots for McAuley.

SANFORD 3, DEERING 0: Lauren Sawyer and Natalie Ledue assisted each other on goals as the Redskins (6-0-1) beat the Rams (1-5-1) at Sanford.

Caroline L’Heureux also scored, assisted by Amanda Tierney.

KENNEBUNK 4, BONNY EAGLE 1: Rebecca Collins scored two goals and Jenn Davis had a goal and an assist to lead the Rams (5-2) past the visiting Scots (1-4-1).

Maya Schulert also scored for Kennebunk. Brooke Taylor scored for Bonny Eagle.

SACOPEE VALLEY 4, WAYNFLETE 1: Chelsey Burnell and Lianne Hoxie-Smith scored first-half goals to lead the Hawks (4-1) over the Flyers (2-3) at Portland.

Roz Gray-Bauer scored for Waynflete. Sacopee Valley’s Ally Allard and Maya Richmond each added second-half goals.

GARDINER 2, CAMDEN HILLS 0: Ellen Kelley and Courtney Moulton scored unassisted goals as Gardiner (4-1-1) earned its fourth straight shutout victory.

Zia Sulick had 11 saves for Camden Hills (3-3).