SANFORD — Jordan Wilson hit an RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning Monday to give Sanford a 4-3 win over Massabesic in an SMAA softball game.

Abby Blouin paced Sanford (9-3) with a single, a triple and two RBI. Nicole Main added a solo homer for the Spartans.

Jen Jones struck out 19 through nine innings, gave up seven hits and walked five.

Massabesic is 3-9.

THORNTON ACADEMY 8, MCAULEY 2: Libby Pomerleau hit a three run homer in the bottom of the third inning as the Golden Trojans (9-2) jumped to an early lead and cruised past the Lions (5-7) at Saco.

Bailey Tremblay added a two-run homer in the fourth inning as Thornton Academy added four runs to break the game open.

Tremblay picked up the compete game win, allowing two runs on two hits, striking out 12 and walking none.

FALMOUTH 9, WELLS 0: Julie Treadwell had 10 strikeouts and one walk in tossing a two-hitter, and also collected three hits, including a three-run homer, and drove in five runs as Falmouth (7-4) pulled away from the visiting Warriors (4-8).

SCARBOROUGH 8, MARSHWOOD 0: Lilly Volk went six innings, allowing no runs, two hits and fanning eight to pick up her fifth win as the Red Storm (10-0) shut out the Hawks (5-6) at South Berwick.

NOBLE 11, DEERING 4: Emma Burns had three hits and knocked in three runs to help Noble (5-6) defeat Deering (2-9) at North Berwick.

CAPE ELIZABETH 12, LAKE REGION 8: Tess Haller and Nicole Penley had three hits apiece and combined to drive in seven runs for the Capers (7-5), who scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to down the Lakers (5-7) at Cape Elizabeth.

BIDDEFORD 7, PORTLAND 3: Erin Martin hit a three-run double that gave the Tigers (10-1) the lead in the bottom of the fifth inning as they rallied to beat the Bulldogs (2-9) at Biddeford.

The Tigers, who trailed 3-0, cut the deficit to one in the bottom of the fourth inning on RBI singles by Brook Davis and Jocelyn Moody.

They took the lead for good on Martin’s double in the fifth.

SOUTH PORTLAND 19, WESTBROOK 9: Miranda Gleason hit a grand slam in the fourth inning to help South Portland (8-3) defeat the Blue Blazes (2-9) at Westbrook.

WINDHAM 14, GORHAM 8: Taylor Tibbetts had three hits, two RBI and one run scored to pace a 16-hit attack for the Eagles (8-3) in a win over the Rams (7-5) at Windham.

YARMOUTH 8, SACOPEE VALLEY 0: Eleanor O’Gorman hit a two-run single and Sydney St. Pierre followed with an RBI single as the Clippers (9-2) used a four-run sixth inning to pull away from the Hawks (2-9) at Yarmouth.

Yarmouth scored four runs in the first inning led by an RBI triple from Colleen Sullivan and an RBI double from Cate Ralph.

LINCOLN ACADEMY 13, CAMDEN HILLS 1: Morgan Achorn hit a triple and a double, scored two runs and drove in two runs to pace the Eagles (11-0) in a five-inning win over the Windjammers (3-8) at Rockport.

Abby Farrin and Chloe Hallowell added two singles apiece for Lincoln and Miranda Achorn and Taylor Poland each drove in two runs.

Farrin had six strikeouts and no walks while pitching a three-hitter for the Eagles.

BONNY EAGLE 9, CHEVERUS 4: Ashlyn Wintle had a pair of hits, including a triple, and also pitched a complete game to earn the win for the Scots (3-8) as they scored six runs in the top of the sixth inning to pull away from the Stags (1-10) at Portland.

Sarah Champagne, Journey Barnes and Caitlyn Dyer also had two hits apiece for Bonny Eagle.

Rylee Day and Sydney Levesque each had a pair of hits for Cheverus.

MORSE 18, BELFAST 5: Marissa Parks allowed five runs on five hits, striking out seven and walked none as she took advantage of her offense’s 16-hit attack as the Shipbuilders (6-5) sailed past the Lions (1-10) at Bath in a game shortened to six innings by the mercy rule.

ERSKINE 9, MEDOMAK 5: Taylor McLaggan had a single and drove in four runs to lead the Eagles to the victory in South China. Amber Grady had two singles and drove in three runs for Erskine (7-4) as well.

Hannah Watmough had two doubles to lead the Panthers (4-7).

LACROSSE

BIDDEFORD 16, OXFORD HILLS 3: Olivia Morrison scored four goals and also had one assist as the Tigers (5-2) topped the Vikings (3-5) at Biddeford.

Missy Huot and Camryn McKeown added three goals and two assists apiece for the Tigers; Taylor Turgeon collected two goals and four assists.

Amber Jenkins, Hannah Hartnett and Paige Garcia scored for Oxford Hills.

PORTLAND 17, MCAULEY 5: Merritt Ryan led the Bulldogs (3-4) with four goals as 10 players scored in a win over the Lions (3-4) at Deering.

Isabel Stehli added three goals for the Bulldogs and Portland keeper Liz Victor finished with 13 saves.

McAuley was led by Allison Tardiff with two goals, and Kaeli Leddy with one goal and one assist.

MASSABESIC 14, WINDHAM 6: Maquila Dimastrantonio scored four goals and assisted on two others to lead the Mustangs (7-1) past the Eagles (5-3) at Windham.

MacKenzie Kidder added two goals and three assists for the Mustangs and Josie Ring finished with two goals and one assist.

Luisa Sbardella scored four goals and Mya Mannette added two goals for the Eagles.

WAYNFLETE 10, CAPE ELIZABETH 4: Helen Gray-Bauer, Christian Rowe, Izzy Burdick and Beata Vest scored two goals apiece to lead a balanced attack for the Flyers (6-3) in a win over the Capers (4-3) at Cape Elizabeth.

Isabel Canning and Nina Moore each added one goal for Waynflete, which led 4-2 at halftime and scored the first three goals of the second half to take control.

Cape Elizabeth got two goals from Kirsten Rudberg and one goal each from Mariah Deschino and Melissa Rudberg.

THORNTON ACADEMY 4, CHEVERUS 3: Paige LeBlanc set up Lauren Wells for the winning goal with just about eight minutes left as the Golden Trojans (5-3) got past the Stags (3-4) at Saco.

Thornton Academy held a 3-2 lead at halftime.

Hannah McAlary, Faith Sinclair and Amanda Cyr also scored for the Trojans.

Midfielder Ann Veroneau had a pair of goals for Cheverus.

Alli Spinney made five saves for Thornton Academy, and Hope Correia stopped 12 shots for the Stags.


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