GORHAM — Relief pitcher Nate Boyle pitched two hitless innings to close the game Tuesday and secure Windham’s 4-1 victory against Gorham in a Telegram League baseball game.

Starting pitcher Shawn Francoeur gave up four hits and one run, with two walks and two strikeouts for Windham (11-2).

Robbie Hamilton gave the Eagles a 2-0 lead with an RBI double in the third. Francoeur led off the fourth with a double and scored on a single by Jack Herzig.

Corey Nadeau gave up three hits through six innings with two walks and five strikeouts for Gorham (3-10).

CHEVERUS 8, DEERING 1: Louie DiStasio struck out 11, walked one and gave up five hits to lead visiting Cheverus (9-4) over Deering (4-9).

DiStasio also went 4 for 5 with three RBI.

PORTLAND 6, SOUTH PORTLAND 1: Nate Smart pitched a five-hitter for the Bulldogs (4-9) against the Red Riots (4-9) at South Portland.

Tim Rovnak hit an RBI single and scored three runs, and Travis Godbout was 2 for 3 with two RBI for the Bulldogs.

Jack Lano drove in South Portland’s run with a sacrifice fly in the seventh inning.

MORSE 6, MEDOMAK VALLEY 2: The Shipbuilders (11-2) scored five runs in the sixth inning against the Panthers (4-8-1) at Bath.

Chris Paulus hit a two-run single, and Morse scored the other runs on an error, a groundout and a passed ball.

Paulus had two hits with two RBI, scored twice and had a stolen base. Liam McDonough also had two hits.

Adam Lynch had three singles with an RBI and a run, and Robby Griffin hit a double and a single with an RBI for Medomak.

SOFTBALL

MEDOMAK VALLEY 9, MORSE 5: Desiree Benner hit a grand slam in the sixth inning to give Medomak Valley (13-1) the lead against Morse (2-12) at Bath.

Medomak trailed 5-3 through five innings. Benner took over as the pitcher in the fifth, giving up one walk and no hits, striking out three.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

FALMOUTH 15, YORK 5: Charlie Fay had five goals and three assists to lead Falmouth (9-1) over the Wildcats (6-5) at York.

Hunter Lafond and Mitch Tapley added three goals each for the Yachtsmen, who opened a 12-1 lead in the first half.

Shane Hughes scored twice for York.

WAYNFLETE 17: LAKE REGION 5: Henry Cleaves scored eight goals as Waynflete (4-6) beat Lake Region (1-9) at Portland.

Cleaves also provided two assists, and Chris Burke added four goals and three assists for the Flyers, who led 11-2 at halftime.

CAPE ELIZABETH 19, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 0: Macklin Sweeney had three goals as the Capers (9-1) downed the Raiders (0-11) at Cape Elizabeth.

Ben Shea and Griffin Thoreck each had two goals and two assists, and Mack Fischer had three assists.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

BRUNSWICK 17, GARDINER 5: Dakota Foster had four goals and three assists to lead the Dragons (10-0) over Gardiner (1-8) at Brunswick.

Corinne O’Connor and Annie Kelly provided three goals and two assists each for Brunswick.

McAULEY 19, WESTBROOK 5: Clare McLaughlin and Katherine Lake each had five goals to lead the Lions (3-6) over the Blue Blazes (2-8) at Portland.

Sadie DiPierro added four goals, Mary Leasure had two goals and two assists, and Jaime LaCasse stopped 10 shots for the Lions.

Nicole Miranda and Sam Russell combined for seven saves for Westbrook.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 17, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 6: Katherine Millet had five goals and Olivia Madore chipped in four as the Panthers (1-9) handled the Raiders (1-9) at Yarmouth.

Katie Cawley and Abby McKevly added three goals and Nikolle Storey stopped 17 shots for NYA.

Brenna Gershman had three goals and an assist, and Brittany Fox made 10 saves for Fryeburg.

MT. ARARAT 16, MORSE 9: Haley Michaud scored five goals and Rowley Jones added three to guide Mt. Ararat (5-5) over Morse (3-7) at Bath.

Christina Stuart paced the Shipbuilders with three goals.

FREEPORT 10, YORK 9: Alex Mitch scored with 15 seconds left in the second half, and the Falcons (5-5) took a two-goal lead in overtime to beat York (4-6) at Freeport.

Bethanie Knighton led the Falcons with three goals, and Meredith Broderick and Jess Hench added two each.

Ruby Cribby, Taylor Simpson, Shelby Spencer and Courtney Cole scored two goals each for the Wildcats.

Molly Lane finished with 13 saves for Freeport.