FALMOUTH — Carla Tripp scored on an error while attempting to steal third base in the first inning Monday, and Fryeburg Academy went on to complete a perfect regular season with a 1-0 victory against Falmouth in a Western Maine Conference softball game.

Sarah Harriman of the Raiders (16-0) allowed four hits, and finished with eight strikeouts and no walks to earn the shutout.

Kelsey Freedman of Falmouth (8-7) also allowed four hits, and finished with three strikeouts and two walks.


FALMOUTH 12, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 4: Joe Barns went 3 for 3 with three RBI, and the Yachtsmen (9-6) scored eight runs in the first inning against the Raiders (3-13) at Falmouth.

Drew Proctor hit a two-run double in the first, Connor Murphy added a two-run homer in the fourth, and Matt MacDowell finished with two hits and two RBI for Falmouth.

Ben Goffin allowed six hits and one earned run, and struck out four in five innings for his first win. Reliever Thomas Fortier struck out three and allowed an earned run the rest of the way.

Andrew Rascoe, Brady Lloyd, Ian MacFawn and Kyle Bonner each had two hits for Fryeburg.


DEERING 7, SOUTH PORTLAND 3: Sam Balzano and John Miranda each hit two doubles, and Jamie Ross struck out 12 as the Rams (13-3) downed the Red Riots (10-6) at Portland.

In the fifth inning, Balzano stretched a single into a double and scored on a single by Matt Bevilacqua to give Deering a 4-2 lead.

Bevilacqua and Nick DiBiase also had two hits. DiBiase scored three runs on a walk, a single and a solo homer.

Zach Horton had two singles and an RBI, and Nick Whitten had two hits, two stolen bases and a run for South Portland.


LEWISTON 9, ERSKINE ACADEMY 2: Corbin Hyde hit two home runs, one a three-run shot, and the Blue Devils (14-1) finished with four homers against Erskine Academy (9-7) at Lewiston.

Mekae Hyde and Jeff Keene also homered for Lewiston, which scored three runs in both the first and sixth innings. Joe Sullivan allowed two runs in six innings to earn the victory.


ST. DOMINIC 11, HALL-DALE 0: Jimmy Theriault pitched a three-hitter to lead the Saints (14-2) over Hall-Dale (6-0) at Farmingdale.