WATERBORO -Jillian Gori scored in overtime Thursday to lift Marshwood to a 6-5 victory against Massabesic in a schoolgirl lacrosse game.

Gori caught a feed behind the net and took a low shot that deflected off the goalie’s pad into the net.

Lindsey Poirier led the Hawks (4-1) with three goals and an assist.

Heather Everett had three goals and an assist for the Mustangs (3-1).

CHEVERUS 15, DEERING 10: Alex Logan and Elyse Caiazzo scored five goals apiece to lead visiting Cheverus (4-1) against Deering (1-4) at Portland.

Sadie Lyons added three goals for the Stags. Maura Densmore scored four goals and Veronica Mitchell had three for Deering.

FREEPORT 17, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 5: Meredith Broderick and Alexandra Mitch each had three goals and an assist to lead Freeport (3-2) over the Raiders (1-4) at Fryeburg.

Becca Lane also scored three times and Molly Lane made eight saves for the Falcons.

Brit Fox had 11 saves for the Raiders.

KENNEBUNK 13, BONNY EAGLE 3: Rose Bryant had five goals and one assist to pace the Rams (3-1) over Bonny Eagle (2-3) at Kennebunk.

Alissa Fallon added three goals and Allie Truman had two for the Rams.

MORSE 18, LINCOLN ACADEMY 4: Tori Field had four goals and three assists to lead the Shipbuilders (1-2) past the Eagles (0-3) at Newcastle.

Guerin Morissette added two goals and three assists, and Christina Stuart had two goals and two assists. Sophie Sreden and Monica Frempong scored their first varsity goals, and freshman Sophia LoSchiavo made three saves for her first varsity win.

Charlotte Nutt scored twice for Lincoln.

MT. ARARAT 10, OXFORD HILLS 4: Haley Michaud scored six goals for Mt. Ararat (1-2) against Oxford Hills (4-1) at South Paris.

Rowley Jones added two goals and Bailey Sullivan totaled 11 saves for the Eagles.

Jessica Scott finished with 23 saves for Oxford Hills.

SOUTH PORTLAND 15, NOBLE 4: Olivia Edwards had four goals and three assists for the Red Riots (2-2) against Noble (0-4) at South Portland.

Anh Nguyen aslo scored four times with two assists, and Edwards’ sister, Lannie, added three goals for the Riots.

South Porltand kept most of the action in its offensive zone. Sarah Fryou made 11 stops for Noble.

SANFORD 6, WESTBROOK 5: Janelle Cannon and Lauren Sawyer had two goals apiece as Sanford (1-4) edged the Blue Blazes (1-4) at Westbrook.

Elizabeth Bois and Kate Conley scored twice each for Westbrook.

PORTLAND 8, WINDHAM 7: Rae Allen scored with 20 seconds left in overtime to lift the Bulldogs (3-2) over the Eagles (0-3) at Windham.

Emily Gilman scored her fifth goal of the game less than a minute into overtime to give Windham a 7-6 lead, but Cat Flaherty tied it a minute later.

Drew Barry scored three goals for the Bulldogs.

Nicole Kennedy made 12 saves for the Eagles.

CAMDEN HILLS 13, GARDINER 9: Megan Legage scored four goals, and Lia Smith and Alice Flint each scored three to lead the Windjammers (1-4) over the Tigers (0-4) at Gardiner.

Mia Maddox added two goals, Laura Johansson had one and Lindsey Boonbab made 11 saves for Camden Hills.

Brooke Davis scored five goals, and Rikki Bryant, Caitlin Ham, Laura Burnham and Paige Pilsbury also scored for Gardiner. Brooke Brann stopped six shots.

SOFTBALL

CAPE ELIZABETH 8, YORK 5: Elise Flathers hit a two-run triple in the second inning as the Capers (3-2) opened a 5-0 lead against York (1-5) at Cape Elizabeth.

Emmy Ham scored three runs for Cape.

Kate Rabasca earned the win in her first outing of the season. She allowed eight hits over four innngs, giving up four runs with no walks and no strikeouts.

Ivy Sheehan homered twice for York.

LAKE REGION 12, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 6: Allison Clark hit a two-run homer during a six-run sixth inning as the Lakers (2-3) downed the Patriots (4-1) at Naples.

Heidi Jewett, Abby Craffey and Rachel Wandishin contributed RBI singles in the sixth. Clark and Craffey each finished with three RBI.

NOKOMIS 3, LINCOLN ACADEMY 1: Becky Orcutt and Sara Packard combined on a four-hitter as the Warriors (4-2) won at Newport.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 6, MAINE CENTRAL INSTITUTE 5: Amanda Hendrickson hit a sacrifice fly in the 11th inning for the Panthers at Pittsfield.