GORHAM – Talley Perkins and Lauren Steidl scored four goals each Saturday to lead Cape Elizabeth to a 13-7 victory against Gorham in a schoolgirl lacrosse game.
Hannah Newhall added two goals and an assist for Cape Elizabeth (3-0), which scored eight goals in the second half.
Kali St. Germain and Katie Tucker each scored twice, and Maddie Hamblen made 17 saves for Gorham (2-1).
MT. ARARAT 13, EDWARD LITTLE 6: Rebecca Schuman scored four goals to lead the Eagles (2-1) past the Red Eddies (2-2) at Auburn.
Carly Raymond added three goals and Sydni Clark chipped in two for Mt. Ararat.
Hannah Johnston had three goals and Taylor Landry scored a pair for Edward Little.
FREEPORT 9, WINDHAM 6: Meredith Broderick scored three goals to lift the Falcons (2-1) over the Eagles (2-1) at Freeport.
Aubrey Pennell and Jocelyn Davee each scored twice and Pennell added an assist for Freeport.
Christina Pollard and Sam Greenlaw scored two goals apiece for Windham.
MORSE 14, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 3: Ruth Nadeau scored seven goals and assisted on another as the Shipbuilders (1-1) cruised past the Falcons (0-3) at Rumford.
Maddy Olsen added a pair of goals, Monica Frempong collected three assists, and Bronwyn Morissette had a goal and an assist.
WELLS 12, BIDDEFORD 7: Jasmine Loukola scored three goals and Sage Sierra played a strong defensive game to lead the Warriors (2-1) past the Tigers (0-2) at Wells.
Hailey Smith, Maddie Andrews and Nicki Moody added two goals apiece for Wells.
Shelby Courtois led Biddeford with four goals.
WESTBROOK 18, NOBLE 6: Katie Berry and Micaela Le-Beau scored four goals apiece to lead the Blue Blazes (1-2) over Noble (0-3) at Westbrook.
Sarah Wagner added three goals, Jackie Harris scored two, and Harris and Berry both provided three assists for Westbrook.
The Knights got two goals each from Marissa Goodrich, Chandler Waterman and Alexandra Sardinha.
Nicole Miranda recorded 10 saves for the Blazes. Marissa Jones stopped four shots for Noble.
DEERING 16, MCAULEY 9: Nyalat Biliew and Julianna Salamone each scored four goals to pace the Rams (1-2) over the visiting Lions (0-3) at Portland.
Maddy Mazjanis and Mony Prak chipped in with three goals apiece for the Rams.
Katherine Lake led McAuley with four goals.
YARMOUTH 8, SCARBOROUGH 7: Olivia Conrad scored with 16 seconds left as the Clippers (1-2) edged the Red Storm (2-1) at Scarborough.
The Clippers got two goals apiece from Conrad, Grace O’Donnell and Ali Merrill.
Kaitlin Price had three goals and two assists for Scarborough.
THORNTON ACADEMY 8, SOUTH PORTLAND 5: Hannah Wuerthner scored a pair of goals, and the Trojans (2-1) held off the Red Riots (1-1) at South Portland.
Thornton held a 4-2 lead at the break, but the Red Riots stormed back to make it 5-5 after 8:52 of the second half. Katelyn Pierson scored the go-ahead goal for Thornton.
Shae O’Brien and Lani Edwards each had two goals for South Portland.
PORTLAND 8, SANFORD 4: Drew Berry scored five goals as the Bulldogs (1-1) downed the Spartans (0-3) at Sanford.
Courtney Dumont scored three goals for the Spartans.
GARDINER 15, LINCOLN ACADEMY 2: Brooke Davis and Ally Day each had four goals to lead the Tigers (4-0) to a win at Gardiner.
Julie Krouse and Brooke Curtis each scored two goals for Gardiner.
Tess Fields and Isabelle Carson scored for Lincoln.
MESSALONSKEE 16, BRUNSWICK 1: Allyson Fischang and Kristy Bernatchez each scored four goals to lead the Eagles (3-0) past the Dragons (1-3) at Brunswick.
Sydney Gagne and Kristen Kern each contributed three goals, and Fischang added three assists.
Eliza Brooks scored and Emmaleigh Aschbrenner made five saves for Brunswick.
FRYEBURG ACADEMY 12, WELLS 3: Sarah Harriman struck out 14, walked two and scattered six hits to help the Raiders (5-0) beat the Warriors (2-2) at Fryeburg.
Harriman also tripled and scored. Kylie Locke, Ellen Bacchiocchi and Lexi L’Heureux-Carland each had an RBI for the Raiders.
SCARBOROUGH 5, PORTLAND 0: Alyssa Williamson struck out 14 in a no-hitter as the Red Storm (4-0) beat the Bulldogs (0-5) at Scarborough.
Williamson was perfect before hitting a batter in the sixth inning.
Brenna Kent hit a two-run single in the first, and Erin Giles and Maggie Murphy had two hits each for the Red Storm.