WINDHAM — Chloe Griffin struck out 12 and allowed just two hits as Scarborough defeated Windham 6-0 in an SMAA softball game Wednesday.

Jesse Giguere, Felicia O’Reilly and Griffin each drove in a run for the Red Storm (15-0), who extended their regular-season winning streak to 88 games.

Windham fell to 9-6.

BIDDEFORD 5, SANFORD 4: Olivia Whittaker had three hits to pace the Tigers (7-8), who jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning and held off the Spartans (1-14) at Biddeford.

Molly Boissonneault drove in two runs with two doubles and a single for Sanford. Tori Lawrence added a triple and two singles.

SOUTH PORTLAND 6, WESTBROOK 2: Ashlee Aceto’s two-run double in the fourth inning helped the Red Riots (7-8) pull away from the Blue Blazes (3-12) at South Portland.

Maeve Kelly and Grace Rende each had a pair of hits for South Portland. Kelly singled home a run in the first inning.

Desiree Hodgkins had an RBI double for Westbrook.

MASSABESIC 11, DEERING 2: Grace Tutt allowed one earned run on four hits while striking out eight, and also went 3 for 5 with two doubles, a triple and three runs scored to lead the Mustangs (11-4) past the Rams (0-14) in Waterboro.

Lacey Bean, Lauren Kiss and Emily Davison each had a pair of hits for Massabesic. Kiss drove in three runs.

Livia Serappa and Elizabeth Drelich each hit a double for Deering.

PORTLAND 8, BONNY EAGLE 1: Mackenzie Bryant hit a two-run triple in a five-run sixth inning as the Bulldogs (8-7) beat the Scots (7-8) in Portland.

Sydney Gilbert added an RBI single in the sixth. Jess Brown struck out 11 to pick up the win.

Emma Steinbuchel hit an RBI single for Bonny Eagle.

MARSHWOOD 16, MAINE GIRLS’ ACADEMY 6: Kaylah Eastman finished with two hits and four RBI, and Hailey Tice doubled in three runs as the Hawks (6-9) defeated MGA/Falmouth (3-12) at South Berwick.

Eastman struck out six while allowing five hits and five runs through five innings.

Jill Joyce drove in two runs, and Quinn Chicoine and Carly Beaulieu each added an RBI for the SeaLions.

SACOPEE VALLEY 12, POLAND 3: Grace Sanborn drove in four runs, and the Hawks (12-1) extended their winning streak to eight by scoring 10 runs in the first inning against the Knights (7-7) in Hiram.

Lakyn Hink and winning pitcher Brynn Hink each had two hits and two RBI.

Kailyn Eskuri drove in two runs for Poland, while Karley O’Leary singled twice.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 12, YORK 0: Ali Martell threw a one-hitter, striking out eight, and the Patriots (9-5) used a six-run first inning to roll past the Wildcats (4-10) in six innings at Gray.

Isabelle Brindley hit an RBI double in the first inning. Martell, Mikaela Ryan, Lydia Espling and Madison Pelletier each had two hits.

Nikole Keech got the only hit for York.

LACROSSE

LAKE REGION 13, GREELY 10: Rachel Shanks scored five goals, and Lindsey Keenan added three goals and three assists as the Lakers (10-1) defeated the Rangers (7-3) at Naples.

Lauren Jakobs finished with two goals and two assists for Lake Region, which outscored Greely 8-5 in the second half.

Jayme Morrison collected four goals for Greely.

YARMOUTH 12, YORK 7: Eva Then collected five goals and an assist for the Clippers (7-2) in a win over the Wildcats (4-6) at Yarmouth.

Abi Thornton recorded three goals, Meredith Lane had two goals and an assist, and Greta Elder and Ehryn Groothoff each contributed a goal and an assist for Yarmouth, which led 8-4 at halftime.

Lillian Reinertson paced York with four goals, while Cassie Reinertson added three.

Izzy Serrano turned aside 11 shots for the Clippers.

FREEPORT 9, WAYNFLETE 7: Chloe Davidson and Taylor Rinaldi each had three goals and an assist as the Falcons (6-3) beat the Flyers (5-5) in Freeport.

Izzy Burdick scored four goals for Waynflete.

NOTES

YORK HIGH athletic director Andy Wood has announced he will be leaving his position at the conclusion of the school year.

Wood could not be reached for comment.

Wood told his coaches of his decision this past weekend via email, according to seacoastonline.com. He became the athletic director four years ago, replacing Ted Welch who retired after 24 years in the position.


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