FREEPORT – Leigh Wyman was able to find some innings last week to stay on top of her game during a 13-day gap in the schedule.

It showed.

Wyman looked in midseason form Wednesday, pitching a one-hitter to lead Freeport to a 14-0 victory against York in a Western Maine Conference softball game.

The mercy rule ended the game after 41/2 innings.

“We worked hard and Coach (Carrie Green) pushed us hard,” said Wyman, who struck out seven and walked one in five innings. “We kept our heads up and I think we were all ready for this win.”

The Falcons (1-1) used scrimmages last week to keep themselves in game shape. The layoff was lengthened another couple of days when a regular-season game at Cape Elizabeth was rained out Monday.

“We actually played five games last week, including games against Kennebunk and Monmouth,” said Green. “Those two games were hard games and two hard losses.

“So it was good for morale to come back and be able to put the bat on the ball and move some runners around.”

The Falcons never were tested by the Wildcats (0-3).

Wyman took care of the York offense and also helped her own cause.

On the mound, she allowed only a two-out single in the fourth inning by Kiyanna Hutchins, who also reached on a walk in the second.

Only two other York batters reached, both in the third. Back-to-back passed balls after strikeouts put runners on first and second with two outs. Wyman closed the inning by getting Hannah Brown with her fourth strikeout of the inning.

On offense, Wyman went 3 for 3 with a walk.

She scored four times and drove in another run as the Falcons capitalized on numerous York mistakes.

Freeport scored five runs on only two hits in the first, thanks in part to five wild pitches and six walks delivered by York starting pitcher Carly Johnson.

“I know how (Johnson) felt mentally out there,” said Wyman.

“I know how hard it is to keep in it after all that happened in the first inning. It’s not easy.”

Another wild pitch, passed ball, walk and three singles led to two more runs in the second as the Falcons built a 7-0 lead.

“I have a great bunch of kids but they are young and inexperienced,” said York Coach Rob Butler. “This is going to be a learning year for us. That’s just the way it is.”

Freeport closed the scoring with three runs in the third and four in the fourth, an inning that featured extra-base hits by Wyman (double) and Andrea Grant (triple).