Maquila Dimastrantonio and Delia Sylvain scored three goals each Thursday to lead Massabesic to an 11-3 victory against Cheverus in a schoolgirl lacrosse game.

The Mustangs (5-1) took a 4-2 lead in the first half and held the Stags (3-3) to one goal in the second.

GORHAM 13, BONNY EAGLE 6: MacKenzie Collins had three goals and two assists to lead the Rams (3-3) over the Scots (1-5) at Gorham.

Maggie Shields and Marina Pappalardo added two goals apiece, and Shields also had an assist for Gorham.

Catherine Biegel scored twice and had three draw controls for Bonny Eagle.

Allison Sinnett made 10 saves for Gorham. Kaitlyn Michaud had eight for the Scots.

MARSHWOOD 16, NOBLE 1: Hannah Coston had three goals and two assists for Marshwood (5-2) against Noble (2-4) at South Berwick.

Lindsey Poirier, Korinne Bohunsky, Luci Albers and Reagan Nichols all scored twice for the Hawks.

SANFORD 16, MCAULEY 10: Maddie Lee scored six goals for Sanford (3-2) against McAuley (2-3) at Portland.

The Spartans got three goals from Monica Trausch, and two goals and three assists from Liz Helmreich.

Sanford goalie Eva Belanger finished with 15 saves.

Kayley Leddy and Elizabeth Poulin led McAuley with three goals apiece.

WINDHAM 17, DEERING 6: Luisa Sbardella had five goals and one assist as the Eagles (4-2) rolled past Deering (1-3) at Windham.

Hannah Skvorak added four goals and an assist, and Jenna Soucy and Mya Manette had two goals each for Windham.

Erin Malloy made 15 saves for the Eagles. Evelyn Molina and Kayla Thoits scored two goals each for Deering.

MORSE 15, CAMDEN HILLS 7: Sophie Sreden had four goals and four assists as Morse (4-2) beat the Windjammers (1-5) at Rockport.

Paige Daigle finished with three goals, and Madison Olsen contributed two goals and two assists for the Shipbuilders, who led 4-2 at halftime.

MT. ARARAT 15, BRUNSWICK 3: Katie Labbay scored three goals to lead a balanced offense for the Eagles (7-0) against the Dragons (3-5) at Topsham.

Alison Nolan, Erin Tome and Rebecca Schuman added two goals apiece for Mt. Ararat.

Angelica Boyle scored twice and Sydney Anderson once for Brunswick.

SOUTH PORTLAND 13, PORTLAND 8: Mary Cronin scored four goals, including the go-ahead score for the Red Riots (3-3) against Portland (1-3) at South Portland.

After the Bulldogs made it 6-6 with 22 minutes left, Cronin scored moments later to start a 7-2 run to finish it.

Aimee LaPlante and Maddie Hasson both added three goals for the Riots. Merritt Ryan scored four for the Bulldogs.

THORNTON ACADEMY 6, SCARBOROUGH 5: Faith Sinclair scored the go-ahead goal with about nine minutes left and Allie Spinney made key saves down the stretch as the Trojans (3-3) edged the Red Storm (3-2) at Scarborough.

Sinclair and Paige LeBlanc finished with two goals apiece for Thornton.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

FREEPORT 10, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 9: Sam Wogan and Ramsey Dodge scored three goals apiece as Freeport (4-3) edged the Raiders (1-5) at Fryeburg.

The Falcons held an 8-6 halftime lead. The teams then combined for five second-half goals.

Zac Wogan had seven stops for Freeport and Malik Mobley saved 15 shots for Fryeburg.

Corey Thibodeau and Joe Schrader scored three goals each for the Raiders.

SOFTBALL

POLAND 12, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 0: Kelsey DeBurra hit a three-run double during an eight-run second inning and finished with three hits for the Knights (9-2), who downed the Seagulls (0-7) in five innings at Poland.

Poland also got a two-run triple from Kalor Plummer, a two-run single by Michaella Arsenault and a solo home run by Madison Simard in the second.

Kolby Woods had seven strikeouts and gave up one hit over three scoreless innings for the Knights.

BASEBALL

FALMOUTH 4, WELLS 1: Colin Coyne scored on a fifth-inning error, providing the go-ahead run as Falmouth (6-3) downed the Warriors (6-3) at Wells.

With the score 1-1, Coyne singled, stole second, then scored when Robbie Armitage’s grounder was mishandled. All of the Yachstmen’s runs were unearned.

Charlie Bell of Wells gave up four hits, struck out two and walked six. Falmouth starter Reese Armitage pitched four innings with four hits and seven strikeout. Chris Camelio finished with three shutout innings.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 12, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 2: Matt Hurley hit a double, drove in three runs, scored once and was the winning pitcher as the Seagulls (4-5) downed the Panthers (1-8) in six innings at Old Orchard Beach.

Old Orchard also got two hits and two runs from Dylan Creswell, and Brian Davis finished with two RBI and two runs.

Hurley had five strikeouts and one walk in a three-hitter.

CHEVERUS 3, THORNTON ACADEMY 1: Jensen Lapoint struck out 13 while giving up one run on three hits and five walks over six innings, and Derek Hammond closed the game with a scoreless seventh as the Stags (6-2) edged the Trojans (7-2) at Portland.

Trailing 1-0, Cheverus rallied with a three-run fourth sparked by RBI doubles from Alex Libby and Chris Vallee. Libby and Jared Brooks finished with two hits apiece for the Stags.

WESTBROOK 11, SANFORD 0: Westbrook (4-4) scored seven runs in the fifth inning to put away the Spartans (0-8) in five innings at Sanford.

Keigan Sears provided a two-run double in the fifth. Bailey Ryan was 2 for 2 with two RBI for the Blazes. Patrick Weimer struck out three, walked one and allowed four hits.

BONNY EAGLE 7, BIDDEFORD 4: Winning pitcher Dana McKay was 3 for 3 with a double, two stolen bases and three runs as Bonny Eagle (6-3) defeated Biddeford (1-7) at Standish.

McKay pitched into the seventh inning, giving up four hits with five strikeouts and three walks.

SCARBOROUGH 12, NOBLE 3: Ben Irish and Wyatt Bridgham hit back-to-back RBI doubles to close out a six-run third inning for the Red Storm (5-4) against the Knights (0-9) at Scarborough.

Nate Wessel and Jack Hughes added RBI singles in the third for the Red Storm, and finished with two hits apiece.

SOUTH PORTLAND 9, WINDHAM 3: Henry Curran struck out 12 with no walks to lead the Red Riots (6-1) over Windham (3-5)at South Portland.

Nick Troiano and Ben Conti each had two hits and two RBI for the Red Riots.

DEERING 11, MASSABESIC 1: Nate Loranger ended the game with one out in the bottom of the sixth inning when his sacrifice fly put the mercy rule into effect as Deering (5-4) beat Massabesic (4-5) at Portland.

The Rams scored five runs in the first, including a two-run double by Orey Dutton and an RBI single by Brendan McNally.

WEDNESDAY’S GIRLS’ LACROSSE

FREEPORT 10, WELLS 5: Courtney Broderick scored three goals to lead the Falcons (1-4) over the Warriors (0-6) at Wells.

WEDNESDAY’S SOFTBALL

SCARBOROUGH 15, DEERING 1: Maggie Murphy hit a three-run homer and Abbie Murrell added a two-run blast to spark a 10-run third inning for the Red Storm (8-0) against the Rams (2-8) in five innings at Scarborough.