NORTH BERWICK — Sammie Morrill beat the throw home on Marisa Cipolla’s double to left-center in the 10th inning Wednesday, lifting Noble to a 4-3 victory against Marshwood in an SMAA softball game.

Morrill led off the inning with a double.

Raegan Kelly of Noble (7-2) struck out 16 and held the Hawks to no earned runs on four hits over 10 innings. Kelly also homered and joined Morrill as a repeat hitter for Noble.

Kaylah Eastman went the distance for Marshwood (5-4) with four strikeouts and allowing eight hits.

CAPE ELIZABETH 12, FREEPORT 0: Jessica Robicheaw threw a no-hitter with eight strikeouts as the Capers (5-4) downed the Falcons (1-6) in six innings at Freeport.

Robicheaw walked three. Grace Carignan and Maddie Culkin each had two hits and two RBI for Cape, which scored six runs in the fifth to take a 12-0 lead.

OCEANSIDE 1, NOKOMIS 0: Hannah Moholland fouled off a couple of pitches before lining a 1-2 pitch to left, driving in Alexis Mazurek with the winning in the ninth inning as the Mariners (5-2) beat Nokomis (3-4) at Rockland.

Mazurek reached with her second single of the game and continued to second on a wild pitch before ending it on Moholland’s single.

Chloe Jones had 12 strikeouts and four walks while holding the Warriors to four hits, including a double and single by Maci Leali. Britney Bubar of Nokomis struck out three and allowed seven hits.

MASSABESIC 16, SANFORD 6: Kyra-Mai Cartwright and Olivia Ducharme each had three of the 16 hits by the Mustangs (8-1) against the Spartans (1-8) at Waterboro.

Massabesic pulled away with a six-run sixth inning, including an RBI single by Ducharme and a two-run double by Julia Gregoire.

Gregoire allowed six runs on eight hits, striking out six.

Abby Blouin had three singles and Marli Wilson added a pair of hits for Sanford.

GORHAM 12, BONNY EAGLE 0: Grace McGouldrick hit for the cycle, pitched a shutout and drove in six runs as the Rams (7-2) downed the Scots (2-6) in six innings at Gorham.

McGouldrick allowed two hits and struck out five. Carli Labreque added two hits, including a double, and drove in two runs, and Shayla Harris doubled and drove in two for the Rams. Gorham scored six runs in the sixth to make it 12-0 and end the game.

YARMOUTH 10, LAKE REGION 3: The Clippers (6-1) scored six first-inning runs and cruised past the Lakers (0-7) at Yarmouth.

Sophia McGrath and Lydia Guay each finished with a pair of hits, Ceanne Lyon had a triple, and Hannah Merrill and Sydney St. Pierre each added a double for Yarmouth.

Brooke Harriman had a double and a single for Lake Region.

Lyon stuck out seven and walked one for the Clippers.

THORNTON ACADEMY 17, BIDDEFORD 5: Amanda Bogardus went 4 for 4, including a home run, driving in five runs, and starter Kaitlin Verreault added a pair of homers as the Golden Trojans (6-2) rolled past the Tigers (2-6) at Saco.

Hannah Collins and Olivia Howe also went deep as Thornton Academy hammered out 15 hits, with six batters recording multiple-hit games.

Amber Magnant had a pair of hits for Biddeford.

Verreault threw five innings, allowing three earned runs on six hits, striking out five and walking four.

SCARBOROUGH 9, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Samantha Carreiro and Chloe Griffin each tripled, drove in two runs and had three hits as the Red Storm (8-0) downed the Red Riots (1-8) at South Portland.

Griffin pitched five innings, striking out 11. Lindsey Kelly and Isabella Dickinson each added three hits for Scarborough.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 11, LEAVITT 0: Addie Jameson threw a five-hitter, striking out 14 as the Panthers (7-0) shut out the Hornets (4-3) at Waldoboro.

Hallie Kunesh paced Medomak Valley with three singles, Maddy White had a pair of hits, driving in three runs, and Sadie Cohen added a double and a single.

Bri Naniewicz had two hits for Leavitt.

MAINE GIRLS’ ACADEMY 17, CHEVERUS/NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 15: Megan Faucher doubled twice and drove in four runs as the Lions (3-4) downed the Stags (0-8) at Portland.

Allison Tillotson went 5 for 5 with two doubles and three RBI, and Sara Taylor added three hits and two RBI for Cheverus.

Liberty Ladd added two hits and two RBI for the Lions.

GREELY 13, SACOPEE VALLEY 5: Kelsey Currier’s three-run homer highlighted a six-run third inning as the Rangers (4-4) opened a 10-2 lead against Sacopee Valley (4-3) at Cumberland.

Currier, who struck out nine in a three-hitter, finished with a single, double and home run, four runs and three RBI for Greely. Grace Sanborn had a two-run homer for the Hawks.

WINDHAM SWEEPS WESTBROOK: Emily Talbot had an RBI triple to spark a six-run second inning as the Eagles (9-0) opened a 11-2 lead and cruised past the Blue Blazes (1-8) 16-6 in the opener at Westbrook.

In the second game, the Eagles took the lead for good with a seven-run fifth inning and won, 17-5.

In the opener, Olivia Mora was 4 for 4 for Windham, including a pair of doubles and a triple. Chloe Wilcox and Katelyn Troiano each added three hits.

Angelica Johns had three singles for Westbrook.

In the nightcap, Wilcox homered in the second but Westbrook took the lead with a five-run third.

The Eagles chipped away with two runs in the fourth, then had a seven-run fifth.

Johns finished with three hits for the Blue Blazes.

LACROSSE

FALMOUTH 18, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 10: Sydney Bell had four goals and a pair of assists as the Yachtsmen (6-0) cruised past the Raiders (0-5) at Fryeburg.

Devon Sarazin added four goals for Falmouth.

Hannah Dubinsky stopped eight shots for the Yachtsmen.

YORK 10, WAYNFLETE 4: Martha McCaddin had three goals and three assists as the Wildcats (6-0) defeated the Flyers (3-3) at York.

Cassandra Reinertson had four goals, and Alexandra Lawlor added two goals and three assists for York.

Isabel Burdick, Emily Wagg, Eispeth Olney and Isabel Canning scored for Waynflete.

Julianna Kiklis stopped eight shots for the Wildcats.

GREELY 16, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 1: Brooke Clement had four goals and four assists, and Danielle Holt added four goals and two assists to lead Greely (3-3) over the Panthers (2-5) at Yarmouth.

Jeannie Cunningham added two goals, and Greta Van Curan and Courtney Sullivan had a goal and two assists each for Greely. Maggie Larson converted Lindsay Tufts’ assist for NYA.

KENNEBUNK 15, FREEPORT 7: Hallie Schwartzman scored six goals for the Rams (4-1) against Freeport (1-4) at Kennebunk.

Gabby Fogg added three goals and an assist, Mia Banglmaier and Briannagh Beaudette each had two goals and an assist, and Leah Dumas and Lydia Corcoran also scored for the Rams.

Taylor Dostie and Chloe Davidson led the Falcons with two goals each. Taylor Rinaldi, Regan Lynch and Molly Whelan also scored.

YARMOUTH 11, LAKE REGION 6: Eva Then scored three goals for the Clippers (5-0), who opened an 8-3 halftime lead and defeated the Lakers (2-2) at Naples.

Meredith Lane, Katie Waeldner and Cory Langenbach each had a pair of goals, and Molly Wilson and Ella Antolini also scored for Yarmouth.

Lindsey Keenan led Lake Region with four goals. Melissa Bonnenfant and Lauren Jakobs also scored.

MORSE 5, BRUNSWICK 4: Amanda Gagne gained possession at the top of the 8, deked by three defenders and shot the ball past the goalie hip side right to give Morse (5-1) a 5-4 lead over the Dragons (3-3) with just over three minutes left at Brunswick.

Jenna Brooks scored three of her four goals in the second half as Brunswick, trailing 4-1 at the break, tied it with five minutes remaining.

Gagne finished with three goals and an assist. Noa Sreden and Karen Yurek also scored for the Shipbuilders; Isabelle Monbouquette recorded two assists. Brooks had all of the Dragons’ goals, with Colleen McKearney, Lila Solberg and Dina Murphy having assists.

Zenaide McCarthy registered four saves for Morse in the first half and Abbie Sreden four in the second. Mikaela Aschbrenner stopped five shots for Brunswick.

CAMDEN HILLS 17, LAWRENCE 12: Audrey Heriz-Smith and Sarah Contento each scored five goals as the Windjammers (1-3) defeated Lawrence (1-3) at Camden.

Charlotte Leparulo and Olivia Powers each added three goals for Camden Hills.Katie Southworth made nine saves.

Cassandra Poli scored four goals to lead Lawrence. Hallee Parlin and Lexi Lewis each added three, and Sierra Weston made six saves.