SOUTH PORTLAND — Laurine German hit a solo home run and Paige Carter added a two-run single in a three-run third inning Friday, and South Portland went on to a 5-3 victory against Windham in an SMAA softball game.

The three-run inning gave the Red Riots (7-3) a 5-1 lead.

German finished with three hits and Stephanie Aceto two for South Portland. Olivia Mora and Anita Mooradian had two hits each for the Eagles (7-3).

OCEANSIDE 7, CAMDEN HILLS 0: Paige Tyler threw a one-hitter, striking out 12 and walking five as the Mariners (7-3) shut out the Windjammers (2-7) at Rockland.

Lauren Miller was 3 for 4 with an RBI for Oceanside, Casey Pine went 3 for 3 and Alexis Mazurek added a pair of hits.

GORHAM 8, CHEVERUS 2: Renee Deering had three hits and scored one run for the Rams (7-4), who used a six-run second inning to pull away from the Stags (1-9) at Gorham.

Shayla Harris and Grace McGouldrick added two hits apiece, and Harris also drove in a run for the Rams.

Julia Gaudette of Gorham struck out seven in a five-hitter.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 0: Cara Waltz’s unearned run in the third inning was the difference in a pitcher’s duel between Ally Martell of Gray-New Gloucester (6-5) and Nicole Bennett of the Raiders (7-4) at Fryeburg.

Waltz reached on an error and stole second before scoring on Nichole Lowell’s flare to center.

Lowell’s single was one of only two allowed by Bennett, who struck out nine and walked none. Martell also struck out nine, allowing five hits and two walks.

Julia Quinn had three hits for Fryeburg.

CAPE ELIZABETH 12, KENNEBUNK 7: Tess Haller stroked a two-run single as the Capers (6-5) scored three times in the fifth inning to break a tie against Kennebunk (2-8) at Cape Elizabeth.

Sam Feenstra had two hits, two RBI and two runs for Cape Elizabeth, and Hannah Saturley scored three runs. Ally King had a pair of hits for the Rams, including a two-run double.

BONNY EAGLE 11, MARSHWOOD 7: Melissa McDonald lined a two-run double to key a seven-run fifth inning as the Scots (2-8) upended the Hawks (5-5) at Standish.

Journey Barnes, Kaitlin Champagne and Caitlin Dyers each had three of Bonny Eagle’s 17 hits.

Ashlyn Wintle had a pair of doubles for the Scots.

Jennifer Gray led Marshwood with three singles. Emily Robida added a double and a single.

LAKE REGION 7, SACOPEE VALLEY 5: Abby Scott-Mitchell had two hits and two runs, and Kaylyn Lorrain added two hits and one RBI for the Lakers (4-6), who scored seven runs over the first two innings and held off the Hawks (2-8) at Naples.

The Hawks loaded the bases in the seventh, but Ashley Clark was able to get the final out on a grounder.

SCARBOROUGH 5, MCAULEY 1: Lilly Volk took a no-hitter into the sixth inning and finished with six strikeouts in a one-hitter for the Red Storm (9-0) against the Lions (5-6) at Portland.

Abbie Murrell had three hits, including two triples, drove in two runs and scored twice for Scarborough, which scored three runs in the fifth inning to take a 4-0 lead.

Anya Chase had the hit for the Lions, tripling in the sixth inning and scoring on a groundout by Taylor Whaley.

Chase struck out five and allowed nine hits.

TRAIP ACADEMY 13, FREEPORT 2: Jessica MacNeill had three hits, including a triple, and drove in a pair of runs for the Rangers (4-6) against the Falcons (0-9) at Freeport.

Taylor Kashmer and Kiara Perez also had two RBI apiece for Traip, which scored four runs in the first inning.

Reilly Eddy of Traip scattered eight hits, striking out six and walking four.

Lauren Briggs had three hits, including two doubles, and stole three bases for the Falcons. Megan Cormier and Jill Baker drove in one run apiece.

YARMOUTH 10, WELLS 4: Eleanor O’Gorman and Catherine Thompson each had a double and a triple as the Clippers (8-2) scored in each of their first five at-bats and downed the Warriors (4-7) at Yarmouth.

Mari Cooper had a pair of singles and also was the winning pitcher, allowing four runs on nine hits with five strikeouts.

Madeline Taylor, Alison Duplisea and Sarah Ring each had a pair of hits for Wells.

PORTLAND 15, WESTBROOK 7: Morgan Boyle hit a pair of home runs, drove in five runs and scored four times for the Bulldogs (3-8), who totaled 19 hits against the Blue Blazes (2-8) at Portland.

Maddie Kennie also homered for the Bulldogs, hitting a three-run blast during a five-run fourth inning that broke a 3-3 tie.

Portland also got three hits, three runs and two RBI from Sydney Gilbert.

Maddison LeBeau hit a home run and finished with two hits for the Blue Blazes.

THORNTON ACADEMY 18, DEERING 5: The Trojans (7-1) scored seven unearned runs in the fourth inning, coming from behind to defeat the Rams (2-10) at Portland.

Deering carried a 4-0 lead through the first three.

Maizie Lee was 2 for 5, including a solo homer in the sixth for Thornton Academy, and Keira Fitzgerald and Hayden Campbell each had a pair of hits.

Siobhan Densmore had three hits for Deering.

CONY 5, MT. ARARAT 1: Winning pitcher Arika Brochu had two hits, including a two-run homer in the first inning, to lead the Rams (8-2) over Mt. Ararat (3-7) at Augusta. Brochu struck out nine with no walks. Haley Ward doubled and singled for the Rams.

LACROSSE

FALMOUTH 14, GORHAM 6: Sydney Bell scored four goals and London Bernier added three to lead Falmouth (4-1) past the Rams (3-4) at Gorham.

MacKenzie Collins scored twice for Gorham.

YARMOUTH 15, SCARBOROUGH 12: Lane Simsarian scored five goals, and Shannon Fallon collected four goals and five assists for the Clippers (3-3), who held off the Red Storm (3-3) at Yarmouth.

Emma Torres added three goals for Yarmouth, which led 10-5 at halftime. Scarborough opened the second half with three quick goals before the Clippers pulled away.

Kaitlin Prince had four goals and two assists for Scarborough.

YORK 8, BONNY EAGLE 2: The Wildcats (6-0) took a 5-0 lead and went on to defeat the Scots (1-5) at Standish.

MacKenzie Mallett led York with three goals and Kayla Kelly added two.

Autumn Brady and Catherine Biegel scored for Bonny Eagle.

Livy Golini stopped 16 shots for the Wildcats. Sam Avery and Caitlin Michaud combined for 12 for the Scots.


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