Rebecca Archer scored a pair of second-half goals Tuesday as undefeated Cheverus pulled away to a 3-0 victory against Portland in an SMAA field hockey game at Fitzpatrick Stadium.

Archer scored her first goal early in the second half from Charlotte Noyes for the Stags (8-0). Emily Michaud assisted Archer’s second goal with 1:13 left in the game.

Hannah Abbott opened the scoring with 19:14 left in the first half.

Deidre Sanborn made two saves for the Stags. Gianna Gaudet made 18 saves for Portland (3-5).

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 1, SACOPEE VALLEY 0: Amber Rose scored early in the first half and the Panthers (5-4) held off the Hawks (4-2) at Yarmouth.

Savannah Shaw made two saves to record the shutout. McKenzie Cormier stopped six shots for Sacopee.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 5, POLAND 2: Nicole Thurston had a pair of first-half goals as the Raiders (6-2) built a 4-1 halftime lead and held off the Knights (4-4) at Kittery.

Janelle Weiseman had a goal and two assists for Fryeburg, Joelle Buzzell had a goal and an assist, and Heather Howard added a goal.

Carly King had a goal in each half for Poland, both from Mercedes Archer.

Bridget Fahey had five saves for the Raiders. Ashley Cloutier stopped 11 shots for the Knights.

YORK 5, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Lily Posternak and Alexandra Jones scored two goals apiece as the Wildcats (8-0) beat the Patriots (5-4) at Gray.

Devin Datsis also scored for York. Alie Martell answered for Gray-New Gloucester.

MASSABESIC 3, GORHAM 1: Emma Rutledge scored with 23:40 remaining as the Mustangs (6-2) pulled away from the Rams (2-6) at Waterboro.

Abbie Staples opened the scoring for Massabesic with 11:36 left in the first half on a self-start.

Jenny Devine answered on a rebound off the post four minutes later to make it 1-1 at halftime.

Rutledge was assisted by Emma Desrochers and set up a goal by Maggie Redman with 10:39 left.

Nicole Walls stopped 19 shots for the Rams. Kelly Wescott had five saves for Massabesic.

WELLS 1, MCAULEY/WAYNFLETE 0: Takara McDermott scored an unassisted goal with 12:56 left as the Warriors (2-5) edged the Flying Lions (0-6) at Portland.

Kiera MacWhinney stopped 14 shots for McAuley/Waynflete. Mary Hebden had a pair of saves for Wells.

MT. VIEW 4, WATERVILLE 0: Megan Mikel scored three goals for the Mustangs (4-3) as they pulled away from the Panthers (0-7) in the second half of a win at Thorndike.

Mikel opened the scoring with an unassisted goal with 13:05 left in the first half and closed out the scoring with a pair of goals in the final 10 minutes of the game.

Reanna Boulay added a goal for the Mustangs on a penalty corner off an assist from McKenna Gibbs early in the second half.

Waterville keeper Colby Dangler finished with 16 saves.

SANFORD 3, BONNY EAGLE 0: Elizabeth Helmreich had a goal in each half as the Spartans (5-1-1) shut out the Scots (3-4) at Sanford.

Helmreich scored her first-half goal from Marissa Nance. Her second came from a rebound off the goalkeeper’s pads after two minutes of the second half.

Makayla Garvin added an unassisted goal from the top of the circle.

Amber Singleton stopped 27 shots for Bonny Eagle. Ashlyn Wintle made four saves for the Spartans.

WINDHAM 4, SOUTH PORTLAND 1: Sydney Richard had two goals and an assist as the Eagles (1-6) upended the Red Riots (1-6) at South Portland.

Julia Libby had a goal and an assist, and Paige Laferriere also scored for Windham.

Bengo Leko countered for South Portland from Maddie Hasson.

Grace Sawyer stopped 17 shots for Windham, Sara Axelrod made four saves for the Red Riots.

MT. BLUE 9, LEWISTON 0: Abby Wallace scored three goals and had one assist for the Cougars (4-3-1) as they cruised past the Blue Devils (1-7) at Lewiston.

Hannah Minns added a pair of goals for Mt. Blue and Leah St. Laurent collected one goal and three assists.

MARSHWOOD 2, BIDDEFORD 1: Hannah Costin scored on a breakaway in overtime as the Hawks (5-2-1) nipped the Tigers (2-5) at South Berwick.

Halley Allen started the scoring for Biddeford. Claudia Folger answered four minutes later.

Taylor Wildes stopped 22 shots for the Tigers. Shannon Giblin had three saves for the Hawks.

YARMOUTH 4, CAPE ELIZABETH 0: Abby McDowell, Emelie Martin, Eliza Lunt and Ally MacLeod scored for the Clippers (7-0) against the Capers (0-9) at Cape Elizabeth.

Rosie Stevens and Eden Divney combined to make 12 saves for the Capers, who trailed 2-0 at halftime.

SOCCER

WAYNFLETE 7, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 0: Ava Farrar scored four goals as the Flyers (3-1) cruised past the Panthers (0-6) at Portland.

Arianna Giguere had a goal and a pair of assists, and Amelia Bertaska and Elizabeth Lualdi each added a goal.

Linday Tufts made nine saves for NYA. Ali Pope had two saves for Waynflete.

WELLS 6, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 1: Hannah Cottis scored three goals to lead the Warriors (2-3) past the Seagulls (0-7) at Wells.

Natalie Thurber added a pair of goals and Aimely Michaud-Nolan also scored for Wells.

Maegan Halle scored on a late penalty kick for Old Orchard.

FREEPORT 1, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 1: Esme Hernandez tied it for Fryeburg Academy (3-2-1) on a penalty kick with 30 seconds left against the Falcons (1-4-1) at Freeport.

Freeport opened the scoring after eight minutes when Jordan Randall assisted Taylor Rinaldi.

Makayla Cooper made 14 saves for the Raiders. Lindsay Cartmell stopped seven shots for Freeport.

RICHMOND 5, BUCKFIELD 1: Meranda Martin and Kelsea Anair each scored twice to lift the Bobcats (5-1) over the Bucks (5-1) at Buckfield.

Caitlin Kendrick also scored for Richmond. Brianna Damon scored for Buckfield.

GARDINER 1, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 0: Lauren Chadwick scored from Maddy Noyes as the Tigers (3-2-1) beat Spruce Mountain (0-6) at Gardiner.

VOLLEYBALL

WINDHAM 3, WELLS 1: Jamie Jennarone had 18 aces, six digs and four kills as the Eagles (4-2) downed the Warriors (2-4) in four games at Wells.

Windham carried the first two sets, 25-15 and 25-17. Wells answered with a 25-22 third-set victory and the Eagles won the fourth, 25-5.

Megan Osgood added 10 aces for Windham.

Halee Ramsdell finshed with four kills and three aces for the Warriors.