YARMOUTH — Eleanor O’Gorman hit a two-run double as part of a four-run fifth inning Friday as Yarmouth downed Gray-New Gloucester 7-2 in a Western Maine Conference softball game.

Mari Cooper added an RBI single in the inning, and also allowed one earned run on five hits, striking out three.

Hannah Merrill doubled twice for the Clippers (12-3), and Sydney St. Pierre and Colleen Sullivan added two hits apiece.

Skye Conley had two hits and an RBI for Gray-New Gloucester (10-5). Alison Martell allowed two earned runs and struck out three.

DEERING 5, MCAULEY 1: Sydney Giroux had three hits, including a triple, scored twice and drove in a run to lead the Rams (4-12) over the visiting Lions (3-13) at Portland.

Kaytlin DiBiase gave up one unearned in a four-hitter for the Rams, striking out five and walking three.

DiBiase and Abby Elowitch each hit two singles for the Rams. Cassidy Coyne and Maddy Broda drove in one run apiece.

Kim Fisher hit a pair of singles for McAuley.

TRAIP ACADEMY 9, POLAND 0: Reilly Eddy struck out eight and walked one in a five-hitter, and also drove in pair of runs for the Rangers (9-6) against the Knights (3-13) at Kittery.

Sierra O’Brien and Kiara Perez each hit a double and a single for the Rangers. O’Brien finished with two RBI and Perez had one.

Jess Segura also drove in two runs for the Rangers, who scored six runs in the second inning and three in the fourth.

NOBLE 9, WINDHAM 6: Kassidy Lessard drove in the go-ahead run with a two-run double during a six-run sixth inning as the Knights (10-6) rallied past the Eagles (11-5) at North Berwick.

Kendra Silvers also hit a two-run double in the sixth, and Mackenzie Aleva and Kasey Poligni added RBI singles.

Shaughnessey Gower finished with three hits for the Knights.

Taylor Tibbetts had four hits for Windham, including a double.

OCEANSIDE 6, BELFAST 0: Kristina Ferguson threw a four-hitter, striking out six and walking none as the Mariners (15-0) shut out the Lions (4-11) at Belfast.

Freshman Hannah Moholland of Oceanside had three doubles and scored twice, and Ari Curtis added a double and a single.

Kelli Faulkingham had a pair of singles for Belfast.

SACOPEE VALLEY 13, LAKE REGION 1: The Hawks (7-9) scored four runs in the first inning on two-run singles by McKenzie Fox and Haiden Sawyer, and beat the Lakers (2-13) in five innings at South Hiram.

Maddie Day was 2 for 3 with an RBI and scored a run for Sacopee Valley. Grace Sanborn added a pair of singles.

Jacqueline Morse had a double and a single, and Haley Fernald homered in the fourth for the Lakers.

GREELY 4, CAPE ELIZABETH 2: Charlotte Benoit had two hits and two RBI to lead the Rangers (12-3) over the Capers (10-5) at Cumberland.

Greely scored single runs in the second, third, fourth and fifth innings.

Anna Torre, Megan Nicholson and Kelly O’Sullivan each had two hits for Cape Elizabeth.

MARSHWOOD 11, MASSABESIC 2: Emily Robida pitched a one-hitter and had four RBI to lead the Hawks (8-8) over the Mustangs (9-7) at South Berwick.

Robida hit an RBI triple in the first inning, a two-run single in the third and an RBI single in the sixth.

Lacey Bean homered for the Mustangs in the sixth.

YORK 15, KENNEBUNK 1: Stephanie Rundlett hit a three-run homer in the first inning and struck out nine in a no-hitter as the Wildcats (15-1) downed the Rams (4-11) in five innings at Kennebunk.

Sophia Stephens added a two-run triple during a five-run second as the Wildcats extended their lead to 8-0.

Rundlett and Maeve Campbell finished with three hits apiece. Stephens, Wendy Donnell and Olivia Coughlin each had two for York.

Kennebunk scored in the third when Elizabeth Elkington walked and later came in on a groundout by Malori Cole.

ERSKINE ACADEMY 6, MORSE 3: Erskine (8-7) scored five runs in the seventh inning to rally past the Shipbuilders (7-8) at Bath.

Mackenzie Gayer went 2 for 3 with two walks, two RBI and a run for Erskine.

LACROSSE

GREELY 14, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 7: Kelsey Otley scored five goals and Maegan Dougherty added four to lead the Rangers (5-6) over the Panthers (3-8) at Cumberland.

Isabelle Coleman and Emily Taylor scored two goals apiece for NYA. MacKenzie Sangster added one goal and one assist.

MT. ARARAT 10, BRUNSWICK 7: Erin Tome scored four goals to lead the Eagles (4-6) over the Dragons (2-9) at Topsham.

Emily Welch added three goals, and Ana Knight, Ronni Pelletier and Isabella Blessington each had one for Mt. Ararat. Casi Perow recorded seven saves.

Jenna Brooks scored four goals, Amelia Hawley had two and Dina Murphy one for Brunswick. Mikaela Asachbrenner had 13 saves.

ERSKINE ACADEMY 10, LINCOLN ACADEMY 3: Christina Hodgkins scored three goals and Katlyn Hustus added two for the Eagles at South China.