SACO — Claire Decker scored with 3:34 left Tuesday night to give Thornton Academy a 4-3 victory against Massabesic in an SMAA field hockey game.

The Trojans (10-2) took a 2-0 halftime lead on goals by Libby Pomerleau and Taylor Ouellette. The Mustangs (8-3) tied it in the first nine minutes of the second half when Maggie Redman and Emma Desrochers scored.

Grace Pickering scored for the Trojans with seven minutes left and Emma Rutledge answered with 4:05 remaining before Decker won it.

MT. BLUE 6, MT. ARARAT 0: Abby Wallace scored three goals as the Cougars (8-3-1) defeated Mt. Ararat (3-8-1) at Farmington.

Hannah LeClair added a goal and an assist, and Rebecca Harmon and Ellie Pelletier also scored. Hannah Minns had four assists.

Haley Frizzle finished with 23 saves for the Eagles. Erika McArthur of Mt. Blue faced one shot.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 3, FREEPORT 1: Nicole Thurston scored all three goals for the Rangers (9-3) against Freeport (6-5) at Fryeburg.

Thurston broke a 1-1 tie with 3:20 left, putting a high penalty stroke just under the bar. Thurston received a pass from Bridget Tweedie 25 seconds later and tucked the ball into the corner for the 3-1 lead.

Alexa Koenig scored from Chloe Davidson for the Falcons to make it 1-1 at the half.

Morgan Karnes made 12 saves for Freeport. Kaleigh Rose had two saves in the first half for Fryeburg, and Bridget Fahey one in the second half.

MARSHWOOD 2, WESTBROOK 1: Claudia Folger scored in overtime as Marshwood (9-2-1) beat the Blue Blazes (1-7-1) at Westbrook.

Leah Glidden scored in regulation for the Hawks. Delaney Derrig tied it from Abby St. Clair.

SOUTH PORTLAND 5, NOBLE 0: Maddie Hasson brought the ball upfield, fired a shot off the goalie’s pads and poked in the rebound to give the Red Riots (2-9) the lead against Noble (0-10) after three minutes at South Portland.

Lydia Henderson led the Riots with a goal and an assist. Ciera Mullen, Kelby Doyle and Sophia Cummings also scored.

Grace Chitam made one save for South Portland. Marcie LaRiccia blocked 11 shots for the Knights.

CHEVERUS 3, BONNY EAGLE 2: Rebecca Archer scored her second goal of the game off a penalty corner with three seconds left in the first overtime to lift Cheverus (11-2) over Bonny Eagle (4-7) at Standish.

Archer also scored after 7:25 and Isabella Booth added a second-half goal for the Stags.

Lexi Galdo scored at 25:25 of the first half and set up Catherine Beagle’s goal at 9:49 of the second for the Scots.

SCARBOROUGH 5, PORTLAND 1: Lily Nygren and Lauren Topchik scored two goals apiece as the Red Storm (10-1) downed Portland (4-8) at Scarborough.

Cara Reynolds also scored and Ashley Levesque contributed two assists for Scarborough.

Lauren McIntyre scored for the Bulldogs in the first half.

Gianna Gaudet made 10 saves for Portland. Alyssa Sousa had five saves for the Red Storm.

SANFORD 3, BIDDEFORD 0: Liz Helmreich scored twice in the final eight minutes as Sanford (8-2-1) pulled away from the Tigers (4-7) at Biddeford.

Marissa Nance’s goal late in the first half put the Spartans ahead.

Taylor Wildes had 12 saves for Biddeford.

LAKE REGION 1, SACOPEE VALLEY 0: Olivia Dechenes scored after 1:35 from Rachel Bell and Lake Region (8-4) beat Sacopee Valley (8-4) at Naples.

Maddie Nelson needed two saves to earn the shutout. McKenzie Cormier of Sacopee blocked 19 shots.

MESSALONSKEE 9, HAMPDEN ACADEMY 0: Emily Hogan, Ally Corbett and Nathalie St. Pierre each scored two goals as the Eagles (12-0) beat the Broncos (4-6) at Hampden.

Autumn Littlefield, Haley Lowell and Megan Smith also scored, and Hannah Pinney made one save for Messalonskee.

Amanda Ramsey stopped 22 shots for Hampden.

GARDINER 1, CAMDEN HILLS 0: Sarah Morgan scored an unassisted goal on the rebound off a corner play as the Tigers (10-2) beat Camden Hills (6-6) at Gardiner.

SOCCER

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 1, LAKE REGION 0: Mackenzie Buzzell lofted in a shot from 25 yards after 9:46 and the Raiders (6-2-1) went on to beat Lake Region (4-5) at Fryeburg.

Chandler True had five saves on 11 shots for Lake Region. Makayla Cooper of Fryeburg turned away four of the 11 shots.

MT. ARARAT 4, HAMPDEN ACADEMY 1: Nikki Bradstreet scored three goals to lead Mt. Ararat (8-2-1) over the Broncos (4-5-2) at Topsham.

Eliza Eastman recorded seven saves for Hampden.

WINDHAM 2, BIDDEFORD 0: The Eagles (9-0) scored in each half and shut out Biddeford (2-6) at Windham.

Maggie Symonds scored the first-half goal from Ciera Berthaiume. Caitlyn Winn aded a second-half goal from Emily Kent.

Anna Marie Seiler made 18 saves for the Tigers. Sadie Nelson finished with four for Windham.

YORK 0, YARMOUTH 0: Meredith Lane, protected by the defensive play of Lauren Bartlett and Lilly Watson, needed to make two saves for the Clippers (4-4-2) against the Wildcats (5-2-3) at Yarmouth.

Kelsey Cole, in goal for York, made eight saves. Shannon Todd, at sweeper, keyed the Wildcats’ defense.

EDWARD LITTLE 1, CONY 0: Emily Jacques scored and Francesca Beth Haines had seven saves to lead the Red Eddies at Augusta. Autumn Sudsbury had nine saves for the Rams.

FALMOUTH 1, CAPE ELIZABETH 0: Tyler Spence scored after 25 minutes from Amelia Waite to help the Yachtsmen (5-2-2) knock off Cape Elizabeth (6-3) at Falmouth.

Adelaide Cooke recorded the shutout with eight saves. Jess Goldstein stopped seven shots for the Capers.

VOLLEYBALL

YARMOUTH 3, KENNEBUNK 0: Andrea St. Pierre served seven aces as the Clippers (8-2) beat Kennebunk (1-9) at Kennebunk, 25-13, 25-14, 25-15.

Rachel Chille added five aces and Breanna Taylor had five kills for Yarmouth.

WINDHAM 3, SOUTH PORTLAND 1: Cassie Fleck had nine kills, one ace and one block to lead Windham (8-3) over the Red Riots (4-5) at South Portland.

The Eagles took the first two sets, 25-13 and 25-20, lost the third 23-25, then rallied for a 25-17 win in the fourth.

Melanie Aldrich helped Windham with 24 assists, 12 digs and four aces, and Natalie Jeffrey killed six, blocked six and served up three aces.

Molly Mawhinney had five aces and five digs, and Taylor Bacheldor chipped in with 12 digs for South Portland.

DEERING 3, PORTLAND 0: Deering (6-6) held on in the first set for a 29-27 win, then won the next two 25-18 and 25-16 to defeat the host Bulldogs (1-11) at Portland.

Kaylee Helmick contributed eight aces and three kills, and Avery Donovan had two blocks and Sydney Giroux provided three kills for the Rams.