CUMBERLAND — Susie Graham had four of her game-high six goals in the second half as Cape Elizabeth topped Greely 13-10 in a girls’ lacrosse game Tuesday.

Chloe Chapin had three goals and an assist for Cape Elizabeth (4-4), Karli Chapin had a goal and dished out three assists and Emily Healy, Mariah Deschino and Casey Kelly also scored.

Brooke Clement led Greely (4-4) with three goals, Courtney Sullivan, Jayme Morrison and Ellie Schad each had a pair of goals.

FREEPORT 16, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 4: Cationa Gould scored four goals as the Falcons (3-5) downed the Raiders (1-7) in Freeport.

Regan Lynch and Chloe Davidson each added three goals for Freeport, which led 7-2 at halftime.

Hannah Frye scored three goals to lead Fryeburg.

GORHAM 10, MAINE GIRLS’ ACADEMY 9: Bridget Rossignol scored the winner with 1:06 remaining in sudden-death overtime as the Rams (4-4) outlasted the Lions (4-4) at Portland.

Athena Pappalardo had three goals to lead the way for Gorham; Celia Begonia added a pair of goals.

Claire Reid led all scorers with five goals for Maine Girls’ Academy; Zoe Mazur added four goals.

Lily LaCasse made 11 saves for the Lions.

MARSHWOOD 9, CHEVERUS 5: Hannah Costin scored four goals to lead the Hawks (6-2) over the Stags (3-6) in Portland.

Reagan Nichols and Luci Albers each scored twice for Marshwood. Skyler Amsden recorded nine saves.

Mackenzie Johnston had two goals for Cheverus. Aisling Flaherty, Isabella Booth and Terryn MacDonald each had one goal.

MASSABESIC 18, SCARBOROUGH 4: Madison Drain had six goals and two assists to lead the Mustangs (8-0) over the Red Storm (1-6) in Waterboro.

Taylor Manning added three goals for Massabesic. Lydia Wasina had two saves.

Sarah Callahan, Marielle Smith, Leah Manfra and Hannah St. Germain each scored once for Scarborough.

Sophia Crovo recorded nine saves.

THORNTON ACADEMY 14, BIDDEFORD 3: Paige LeBlanc scored four goals and Dana Sirois stopped 12 shots as the Trojans (7-2) beat the Tigers (7-1) in Biddeford.

Taylor Ouellette added three goals for the Trojans.

Paige Laverriere, Peyton McKeown and Serena Speight each scored goals for Biddeford.

LAKE REGION 13, WELLS 6: Lindsey Keenan scored four goals and Lauren Jakobs added three as the Lakers (4-2) beat the Warriors (2-4) in Naples.

Isabelle Davis-White added two goals for the Lakers, who led 8-3 at halftime. Aimley Michaud-Nolan scored two goals for Wells.

SOFTBALL

MASSABESIC 10, GORHAM 1: Kyra-Mei Cartwright had a two-run triple to pace a four-run bottom of the third as the Mustangs (9-2) cruised past the Rams (7-4) at Waterboro.

Olivia Ducharme had a pair of hits for Massabesic.

Shayla Harris had a double and single for Gorham.

Cayleigh Morris went the distance for the Mustangs, allowing an earned run on five hits, fanning nine and walking four.

SOUTH PORTLAND 4, DEERING 2: Maeve Kelley lined an RBI single to score Ashlee Aceto with the go-ahead run in the top of the fifth inning as the Red Riots (3-8) outlasted the Rams (1-9) at Portland.

Trailing 1-0 heading to the bottom of the first, Deering took the lead as Elizabeth Drelich drove in a run with a single past the shortstop and Abby Elowith scored a run with a sacrifice fly.

Aceto reached to lead off the third inning for South Portland and later scored on a fielders choice to even the score at 2-2.

Stephanie Aceto picked up the win for the Red Riots, allowing two earned runs on seven hits, striking out four.

MacKenzie O’Donnell had three hits for the Rams.

BIDDEFORD 20, CHEVERUS/NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 12: The Tigers (4-6) overcame an 11-5 deficit by scoring 15 runs in the last three innings in a victory over the Stags (0-11) in Portland.

Sydney Plummer led Cheverus with three hits and eight RBI. She had a two-run single in the first, a two-run double in the second and a grand slam in the fourth that put Cheverus up 11-5.

Biddeford capitalized on 12 errors by Cheverus, and scored seven two-out runs in the seventh inning. Alexis Matteau and Aibhlin O’Connor each had three hits for Biddeford. Chantel Gagnon had two hits and four RBI.

BONNY EAGLE 3, SANFORD 1: Sadie Denico struck out seven to lead the Scots (3-8) over the Spartans (1-10) in Standish.

Bonny Eagle took a 1-0 lead in the first inning on an RBI single by Makala Greene. Sanford tied it in the second as a run scored when Sara Boissonneault hit into a fielder’s choice.

Mackenzie Emery hit into a fielder’s choice that scored Denico in the third to put Bonny Eagle up 2-1. The Scots added another run in the sixth on an RBI double by Journey Barnes.

Denico (3-3) earned the win, allowing five hits, two walks and an earned run in 51/3 innings.

THORNTON ACADEMY 9, MAINE GIRLS’ ACADEMY/FALMOUTH 2: Olivia Howe hit a three-run home run in the first inning and Louisa Colucci threw a complete game as the Trojans (9-2) downed the Lions (3-7) in Falmouth.

Colucci allowed two runs on five hits, striking out 13. Kaitlin Verreault added a solo home run in the fifth inning to give Thornton a 6-1 lead.

Liberty Ladd had two hits, including a double to lead the Lions.

RICHMOND 17, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 2: Sydney Tilton fanned eight and allowed three hits, and doubled and homered to lead the Bobcats (10-0) to the five-inning victory in Richmond.

Bryanne Lancaster (double) and Cassidy Harriman had three hits for Richmond; Mackenzie Abbott (double) and Meranda Martin had two hits apiece.

Old Orchard Beach fell to 2-6.

WINSLOW 8, MORSE 4: Cassie Demers hit two doubles, drove in three runs and scored twice to lead the Black Raiders (7-1) over the Shipbuilders (6-3) at Bath.

Paige Trask had two hits, including a home run, with two RBI and Bailey Robbins hit two singles with an RBI for Winslow.

Marrissa Parks led Morse with a home run, three singles and three RBI.

Hope Faulkingham doubled, had an RBI and scored for Morse.

MARANACOOK 14, LINCOLN 3: Paige Costa went the distance as the Black Bears prevailed at Readfield.

Maranacook pounded 10 hits and scored eight runs in the fifth inning en route to improving 6-3.

Lincoln Academy fell to 1-7.

NOKOMIS 6, ERSKINE 1: Maci Leali, Chelsea Crockett and Lexi Allard all doubled to lead the Warriors to a win in South China.

Britney Bubar and Caitlyn Tasker combined for Nokomis (5-4) to blank the Eagles over the final six innings.

Faith Krause had a double for Erskine (4-7).

EDWARD LITTLE 12, CONY 6: Emmy Lachua hit three doubles and the Red Eddies capitalized on eight errors for the win in Auburn.

Edward Little (9-2) scored six runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to take the lead for good.

Cari Hopkins, Brooklyn Belanger and Allee Cloutier each had two hits for Cony (4-5).