WINDHAM — Olivia Mora hit a two-run homer to break a fifth-inning tie Friday and Windham went on to a 7-4 victory against Maine Girls’ Academy/Falmouth in an SMAA softball game.

Kayelyn Troiano scored ahead of Mora on the home run. Windham (11-2) added a run in the sixth when Alex Morang tripled, then ran home on Megan Joy’s fly ball.

Liberty Ladd belted two home runs for Maine Girls’ Academy (4-8), a solo shot in the first and a two-run homer in the fifth. Megan Faucher also homered for the Lions.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 2, NOKOMIS 1: Gabby DePatsy had eight strikeouts to lead the Panthers (11-1) over the Warriors (6-6) at Waldoboro.

Lydia Simmons had two hits and an RBI, and Aubrey Schaeffer added a double and a run for Medomak.

Austin Leighton and Mace Leali had two hits each for Nokomis.

Cam LaPierre of Westbrook dives back to second base as Isabella Santoro covers for Cheverus/North Yarmouth Academy. LaPierre finished with a double and four singles. Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette

WESTBROOK 15, CHEVERUS/NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 7: Cam LaPierre led a 25-hit offense, using a double and four singles to drive in three runs, and scored four times as the Blue Blazes (2-10) beat Cheverus (0-13) at Westbrook.

LaPierre lined a two-run double during a five-run first inning that gave the Blazes a 5-2 lead. Westbrook expanded the lead to 9-1 in the third.

Julia Symbol added three hits, three runs and three RBI for Westbrook.

Allison Tillotson had a double and a triple for the Stags, with two runs and two RBI..

NOBLE 12, BONNY EAGLE 0: Raegan Kelly struck out 12 in a two-hit shutout as the Knights (10-2) beat the Scots (4-9) in six innings at North Berwick.

Kelly added two hits and two RBI. Kassidy Lessard led Noble with three RBI, including a two-run double in a five-run fourth inning. Kelsey Lessard added two hits and two RBI.

Nell Spencer and Samantha Averill had a hit for Bonny Eagle.

BIDDEFORD 16, MARSHWOOD 10: The Tigers (5-7) used an eight-run third inning to take a 12-5 lead and defeat the Hawks (6-7) at Biddeford.

After Biddeford scored four runs in the first inning, Marshwood answered with five in the top of the third, including a two-run homer by Lauren Leidermann-Smith.

In the Tigers’ fifth, Brooke Davis lined an RBI triple, and Chantel Perreault and Alexis Matteau followed with back-to-back doubles.

Liedermann-Smith, Meaghan Sandler and Kaylah Eastman each had three of the 15 hits for the Hawks.

GORHAM 11, SANFORD 6: Emily Murray went 4 for 4, driving in a pair of runs for the Rams (9-4), who opened a 9-0 lead and handled the Spartans (1-12) at Gorham.

Emma Shields added three hits, including a triple and a double, and drove in two runs for Gorham. Kiana Tracey had two doubles.

LAWRENCE 15, CAMDEN HILLS 8: Lilly Herrin had a home run and two singles with five RBI to pace the Bulldogs (6-6) over Camden Hills (2-9) at Fairfield.

CONY 6, MT. ARARAT 2: Cari Hopkins and Allee Cloutier each had two hits to help the Rams (5-7) defeat the Eagles (8-3) at Augusta.

PORTLAND 7, DEERING 2: Jessica Brown struck out 10 and the visiting Bulldogs (9-2) totaled six runs in the last two innings against the Rams (1-11) at Portland.

Portland took a 1-0 lead in the first inning on an RBI single by Taylor Crosby. Portland scored four runs in the sixth, and Crosby added an RBI triple to highlight a two-run seventh.

GREELY 3, YORK 0: The Rangers (8-5) had three of their seven hits in a two-run fifth inning and shut out the Wildcats (3-9) at Cumberland.

Moira Train and Kayley Cimino each had a pair of hits for Greely.


FALMOUTH 14, FREEPORT 6: Josephine Stucker had four goals and an assist for the Yachtsmen (8-0), who cruised to a 7-2 halftime lead and handled the Falcons (3-6) at Freeport.

Sydney Bell scored three goals and Amelia Waite added a pair for Falmouth.

CAPE ELIZABETH 10, LAKE REGION 6: Chloe Chapin and Susie Graham each scored four goals as the Capers (6-4) cruised past the Lakers (4-2) at Cape Elizabeth.

Karli Chapin added two goals for Cape Elizabeth, which led 8-3 at halftime.

Lindsey Keenan scored three goals for Lake Region.