Chloe Wilcox drove in Olivia Mora with a well-placed fly ball to shallow left field in the sixth inning Wednesday night, giving Windham a 1-0 victory against Portland in an SMAA softball game at Payson Park.

Mora singled before Wilcox’s ball dropped in front of the onrushing fielders.

Danielle Tardiff of Windham (12-2) held Portland (13-2) to three hits and a walk, striking out five.

Jess Brown of Portland had 10 strikeouts but gave up five hits and two walks.

SOUTH PORTLAND 8, CHEVERUS/NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 0: Stephanie Aceto allowed three singles and struck out 10 as the Red Riots (6-8) shut out the Stags (0-15) at South Portland.

Grace Rende had a two-run triple to spark a five-run first inning, and Ashlee Aceto and Kaitlin Bouchard added RBI singles.

Bouchard finished with a double and three RBI.

MAINE GIRLS’ ACADEMY/FALMOUTH 4, NOBLE 3: Liberty Ladd lined a two-run single and later scored on a single by Megan Faucher as the Lions (5-9) used a three-run second inning to down the Knights (11-3) at North Berwick.

Maine Girls’ Academy opened the scoring in the first when Ladd walked, advanced on a groundout and eventually scored on a single by Elizabeth Kennedy. Noble answered with a pair of runs in the bottom of the inning when Raegan Kelly and Mackenzie Aleva doubled, and Aleva later scored on a passed ball.

Ashley Littlefield of the Lions allowed three runs on seven hits, walking three and striking out one.

Kelly gave up four runs on six hits, striking out 10.

WESTBROOK 7, BIDDEFORD 1: Kiana Fuller and Kimberly Goddard hit two-run singles in the first inning to give Westbrook (3-11) a 4-0 lead against the Tigers (6-8) at Biddeford.

Fuller finished with three hits and Angelica Johns tossed a four-hitter.

Biddeford scored in the sixth when Brook Davis singled and scored on a wild pitch.

BONNY EAGLE 14, DEERING 7: Makala Greene singled home two runs and also scored in a seven-run seventh inning as Bonny Eagle (5-9) broke a 7-7 tie and beat the Rams (1-13) at Portland.

Nell Spencer and Greene led the Scots with two RBI each. MacKenzie O’Donnell had two hits and scored twice for Deering.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 3, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 1: Hannah Dixon singled in a tie-breaking run in the fifth inning and the Patriots (7-6) held off the Raiders (9-3) at Fryeburg.

Dixon later scored on a throwing error to give Gray-New Gloucester a 3-1 lead. Makayla Cooper hit an RBI single in the third for Fryeburg.

Ali Martell picked up the win, allowing one run on eight hits and striking out two. Nicole Bennett of Fryeburg struck out eight.

Scarborough’s Felicia O’Reilly stretches for the throw to put out Massabesic’s Olivia Ducharme. Staff photo by Carl D. Walsh

SCARBOROUGH 13, MASSABESIC 1: Abbie Murrell homered twice and pitched a three-hitter as the Red Storm (14-0) downed the Mustangs (10-4) in six innings at Scarborough.

Murrell hit two-run shots in the first and third innings, and Hunter Greenleaf added a three-run homer during a nine-run sixth that ended it. Murrell struck out seven and Hannah Ricker added three hits for Scarborough.

Kyra-Mei Cartwright doubled and drove in a run with a sacrifice fly in the fourth for Massabesic.

OCEANSIDE 3, MEDOMAK VALLEY 2: Alexis Mazurek led off the seventh inning with a towering home run as the Mariners (11-2) edged the Panthers (11-2) at Waldoboro.

Cassandra Smeltzer reached on an error, moved over on a sacrifice and scored on a Lydia Simmons single as Medomak Valley opened the scoring in the fourth.

Oceanside took the lead in the sixth when Lauren Hatch singled in Chloe Jones and later scored on a wild pitch, but the Panthers answered in the bottom of the inning on a Hallie Kunesh single.

SACOPEE VALLEY 12, ST. DOMINIC 1: Jordan Miner had a three-run single to pace a four-run third inning for the Hawks (10-4), who took advantage of nine errors to handle the Saints (1-12) at South Hiram.

Miner had a double and single for Sacopee, and Isabelle Eldridge added a pair of hits.

Brynn Hink went five innings for the Hawks, allowing one run on two hits, striking out eight.

CONY 8, CAMDEN HILLS 1: Angelica Velazquez had two singles and two RBI to pace the Rams (6-8) over the Windjammers (2-12) at Camden.

Cari Hopkins, Brooklyn Belanger, Delaney Keithley and Carly Lettre each had two singles for Cony.

MARSHWOOD 7, GORHAM 3: The Hawks (8-7) scored three runs in the second inning, including a two-run single by Katie Taran, and defeated the Rams (9-6) at South Berwick.

After Gorham chipped away with a run in the third, Marshwood added four runs in the fourth, highlighted by run-scoring singles from Kasey Davis and Meaghan Sandler.

Grace McGouldrick had a triple and a double to lead Gorham.

Kaylan Eastman picked up the win, allowing a pair of earned runs on five hits, striking out three.

THORNTON ACADEMY 16, SANFORD 8: Thornton Academy (11-3) broke open a close game by scoring eight runs in the seventh inning and defeated the Spartans (1-14) at Sanford.

Kaya O’Connor led off the seventh with a single and scored on Louisa Colucci’s two-run double. O’Connor added a three-run double later in the inning, then capped the rally by scoring on Sarah Casey’s single.

Sanford, trailing 8-2, pulled close with a four-run fifth keyed by Molly Boissonneault’s bases-loaded triple. Boissonneault scored the fourth run of the inning, then doubled home Julia Allen in the sixth to bring Sanford within 8-7.

O’Connor finished with four hits, Olivia Howe added a three-run homer and Hannah Collins a solo shot for Thornton.

GREELY 5, FREEPORT 1: Sawyer Dusch and Madison Rawnsley each had a pair of doubles for the Rangers (8-6), who took a 5-0 lead in the first three innings and downed the Falcons (1-12) at Cumberland.

Taylor LaFlamme added two hits for Greely.

Brooke Toothaker had a pair of singles for Freeport.

Kelsey Currier picked up the win, giving up five hits and striking out 10.

LACROSSE

CAPE ELIZABETH 15, WAYNFLETE 9: Caroline Coburn scored four goals as the Capers (7-4) held off the Flyers (6-4) at Portland.

Susannah Graham, Emily Healy, Mariah Deschino and Chloe Chapin each added two goals for Cape, which led 7-6 at halftime. Kanha Stockford scored four goals and Isabel Burdick added three for Waynflete.

OCEANSIDE 16, GARDINER 5: Jillian Brooks and Gabby Straka each scored five goals to spark the Mariners (8-2) over the Tigers (4-6) at Gardiner.

Sierra Beal added four goals for Oceanside.

MORSE 15, CAMDEN HILLS 6: Paige Daigle scored six goals, and Amanda Gagne added three goals and two assists as the Shipbuilders (8-2) cruised past the Windjammers (1-9) at Rockport.

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