WESTBROOK — South Portland scored four runs in the fourth inning Tuesday and went on to a 6-3 victory over Westbrook in an error-filled SMAA baseball game at Olmsted Field.

The teams combined for nine runs on just five hits, but 13 errors, nine by the Blue Blazes.

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Henry Curran allowed three runs on two hits for the Red Riots (11-2). Keigan Sears, pitching into the seventh, gave up two earned runs on three hits, striking out five for Westbrook (7-6).


OLD ORCHARD BEACH 11, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 1: Dylan Creswell hit a two-run triple and scored during a seven-run first inning for the Seagulls (6-8) against the Panthers (1-10) in a five-inning game at Old Orchard Beach.

Logan Melnik gave up one hit in four innings for the Seagulls.


KENNEBUNK 2, CAPE ELIZABETH 0: Nick Emmons, Eric Aiken and Robbie Burns combined to strike out five in a one-hitter to lift the Rams (9-5) over the Capers (4-9) at Cape Elizabeth.

Emmons pitched the first three innings and Aiken followed with three scoreless innings before Burns closed the game in the seventh.


PORTLAND 10, DEERING 1: Nick DiPalma struck out seven in a three-hitter for the visiting Bulldogs (8-5) against the Rams (3-11) at Portland.

Justin Zukowski had a pair of hits and Evan Gallant added a two-run single for Portland.


SCARBOROUGH 4, THORNTON ACADEMY 4: Drew Gelinas had two doubles and a single for the Trojans (6-6-1), and Ben Irish had two singles for the Red Storm (7-5-1) in a game stopped after 12 innings because of rain at Saco.

Gelinas, Matt Rutherford, Ben Lambert and Evan Balzano each knocked in a run for Thornton.


MASSABESIC 5, WINDHAM 0: Weston Bergeron scattered seven hits and struck out six as the Mustangs (5-9) shut out the Eagles (6-7) at Waterboro.

Massabesic opened the scoring on Dawson Renaud’s two-run single in the third inning.


BIDDEFORD 9, NOBLE 3: Casey Twomey hit a first-inning home run and added a double as the Tigers (12-2) eased by the Knights (2-11) at North Berwick.

Corey Creeger and Brady Crepeau each added a pair of hits for Biddeford.


BIDDEFORD 5, GORHAM 1: Brittany Roy hit a bases-clearing triple to break open a 1-1 game in the fourth inning and lead the Tigers (10-3) past the Rams (7-7) at Gorham.

Erin Martin added a double for Biddeford.


BONNY EAGLE 5, PORTLAND 3: Ashlyn Wintle allowed three runs on six hits, striking out seven and walking one as the Scots (9-4) edged the Bulldogs (4-10) at Standish.

Wintle also had a double and a pair of singles with three RBI.


MCAULEY 8, MASSABESIC 7: Samantha Libby had three hits and Taylor Whaley pitched a complete game as the Lions (7-8) edged the Mustangs (3-11) in 13 innings at Waterboro.

Marisa Gochie scored the winning run on a passed ball.


CAPE ELIZABETH 18, KENNEBUNK 6: Hannah Saturley went 3 for 4 and drove in three runs to pace a 13-hit offense for the Capers (13-0), who downed the Rams (6-8) in five innings at Cape Elizabeth.

Ashley Tinsman also had three hits, and Tess Haller and Kate Rabasca added two hits apiece for Cape.


CAPE ELIZABETH 9, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 3: Ben Shea finished with four goals and two assists for the Capers (10-0), who scored seven unanswered goals in the second half to rally past the Panthers (2-8) at Cape Elizabeth.


DEERING 16, MCAULEY 11: Mony Prak scored five times and Justice Welch added four goals to lead the visiting Rams (3-7) over the Lions (1-8) at Portland.

Allison Tardiff scored four goals, and Kaeli Leddy and Amanda Spink added three apiece for McAuley.


MARSHWOOD 13, BIDDEFORD 1: Lindsey Poirier and Hannah Folger combined for six goals and six assists as the Hawks (8-2) cruised by the Tigers (6-4) at South Berwick.


MASSABESIC 18, SANFORD 5: Maquila Dimastrantonio scored four goals as the Mustangs (9-1) rolled past the Spartans (3-6) at Sanford.

Delia Sylvain added three goals for Massabesic.


THORNTON ACADEMY 14, PORTLAND 7: Katie McCrum and Carly McKenna each had four goals as the Golden Trojans (7-3) handled the Bulldogs (3-6) at Saco.


WINDHAM 8, SOUTH PORTLAND 6: Luisa Sbardella had four goals and an assist to help the Eagles (5-4) pull away from a halftime tie with the Red Riots (5-5) at Windham.


MORSE 11, GARDINER 10: Maddy Olson scored with 2.6 seconds remaining as the Shipbuilders (8-1) edged the Tigers (6-3) at Waterville.