WESTBROOK — Alexis Witham scored from a scramble with 4:56 remaining Wednesday to give Westbrook a 1-0 victory against Thornton Academy in an SMAA field hockey game.

Alex Phelps drew an assist on the play for the Blue Blazes (5-1-1).

Thornton (5-1-1) held a 9-1 advantage in penalty corners but Westbrook outshot the Trojans, 6-5.

Izzy Capozzi of Thornton and Kimmy Goddard of the Blue Blazes each recorded five saves.

DIRIGO 2, BOOTHBAY REGION 1: Sophia Jaques scored on a penalty kick to give the Cougars (4-4) the lead with 2:28 to play against the Seahawks (5-2-1) at Boothbay Harbor.

Ashley Perrault scored unassisted at 14:17 of the first half to give Dirigo the lead, but Hali Goodwin countered with 1:41 remaining before halftime.

Morgan Morrow recorded six saves for the Cougars. Erica Eames stopped three of the five shots she faced for the Seahawks.

MASSABESIC 2, GORHAM 2: Emma Rutledge scored the tying goal late in the second half as the Mustangs (6-0-1) rallied to tie the Rams (4-2-2) at Gorham.

Grace McGouldrick opened the scoring for Gorham unassisted after 10:39, but Logan Champlin answered with 15:46 remaining in the half.

Jamie Juskiewicz scored from Karen Stemm at 3:36 of the second half to put the Rams back into the lead.

Madyson Pomerleau had three saves for the Mustangs. Jessica Dusseault stopped 16 shots for Gorham.

SOUTH PORTLAND 5, WINDHAM 2: Amelia Papi scored twice in the second half as the Red Riots (3-5) used five unanswered goals to rally past the Eagles (2-4-1) at Windham.

Lauren Talbot of Windham scored the first two goals of the contest, the first from Paige Laferriere, but Lydia Henderson answered unassisted to cut the deficit to 2-1 at halftime.

Abby Darling and Sophia Cummings added second-half goals for the Red Riots.

Savannah Rice had four saves for the Eagles. Maddie Drolet stopped 12 shots for South Portland.

CAPE ELIZABETH 3, WELLS 1: Emi Logue broke a 1-1 tie seven minutes into the second half, beating the goalie one-on-one with a deflected shot into the left side of the goal for the Capers (3-3) against Wells (1-6-1) at Cape Elizabeth.

Taylor Young scored from Julia Lennon for a 1-0 Cape Elizabeth lead at the half. After the Warriors tied it on a penalty corner, Lough got her unassisted goal before Young scored with 10 seconds to play, from Erika Miller.

MARSHWOOD 1, BIDDEFORD 0: Hannah Costin scored off a corner 16 minutes into the game as Marshwood (7-1) beat the Tigers (2-5) at Biddeford.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

THORNTON ACADEMY 2, NOBLE 0: Natalia Profenno had a goal and an assist as the Golden Trojans (3-3) defeated the Knights (1-3-2) at Saco.

Profenno tapped in a cross from Kerrigan Goudreau to give Thornton Academy a 1-0 halftime lead. Alyanna Beaudoin made it 2-0 with 29 seconds remaining.

Regan Kelly stopped 10 shots for Noble. Abbi Cook had four saves for the Trojans.

SCARBOROUGH 5, MAINE GIRLS’ ACADEMY 0: Gaby Panagakos had three goals and an assist as the Red Storm (3-1-2) defeated the Lions (1-5) at Scarborough.

Leah Dickman added a pair of goals, and Ellie Patten and Lauren Sabatino had assists.

MARSHWOOD 6, WESTBROOK 0: Casey Perry and Marin Smith each had a goal and an assist for the Hawks (4-1-1), who built a 4-0 halftime lead and beat the Blue Blazes (0-5-1) at South Berwick.

Natalie Herbold and Katerine Page had first-half goals, and Zoe Janetos and Taylor Tarr scored in the second half.

SOUTH PORTLAND 6, BIDDEFORD 1: Five players scored in the second half as the Red Riots (2-4), ahead 1-0 at the half on a goal by Callie O’Brien, pulled away from Biddeford (0-6) at South Portland.

Meghan Graff, Juliana Selser, Sophie Chase, Julia Banks and Hattie Tetzlaff scored in the second for the Riots. Serena Speight answered for the Tigers. Jena Leckie assisted on two goals, and O’Brien and Brooklynn Ortiz one each.

BOYS’ SOCCER

A.R. GOULD 5, CHOP POINT 4: Tyrese Collins had three goals, two in the first half, as the Bears (3-3) built a 4-2 halftime lead and held off the Blue Bears (2-2-1) at South Portland.

Issak Allyow added a pair of goals for A.R. Gould.

This story was updated Thursday morning to correct a photo caption. Vanessa Berrill of Gorham was misidentified as Sarah Stevens.