WINDHAM — Alyvia Caruso’s goal with 8:17 remaining in the fourth quarter lifted Gorham to a 2-1 win over Windham in an SMAA field hockey game Friday.

Carissa O’Connell staked Windham (1-1) to a 1-0 halftime lead, scoring with 4:31 remaining in the first quarter.

Gorham’s Sophie Gagne tied it early in the third quarter.

Kiana Webster recorded six saves for Windham, while Maeve Donnelly stopped 14 shots for the Rams (2-0).

OAK HILL 5, BOOTHBAY 1: Adelle Surette had a hat trick and an assist to pace the Raiders to a victory over the Seahawks in Boothbay Harbor.

Surette’s third goal tied was the 52nd of her career, tying Kylee Veilleux for the school record.


Cassie Steckino contributed a goal and an assist, and Lilly Coburn also scored for Oak Hill.

Avery Barter scored for Boothbay, and Jaelyn Crocker made 30 saves.


PORTLAND 1, CHEVERUS 0: Elizabeth Littell’s goal early in the second half held up as the Bulldogs (2-0) defeated the Stags (1-1) at Fitzpatrick Stadium.

Caroline Lerch made five saves for Portland. Neve Cawley recorded eight saves for Cheverus.

SCARBOROUGH 2, BONNY EAGLE 1: Una Djuranovic opened the scoring with a unassisted goal five minutes into the contest and Grace Pettingill got the eventual winner late in the first half as the Red Storm (1-0) defeated the Scots (0-2) at Standish.


Page Spooner assisted on Pettingill’s goal that made it 2-0.

Hailey Koons converted a free kick for Bonny Eagle with 4:17 remaining.

Jocelynn Mason stopped 12 shots for the Scots, while Scarborough’s Mackenzie Lydon made three saves.

SOUTH PORTLAND 10, WESTBROOK 1: Evie Selser collected three goals in the first half as the Red Riots (2-0) defeated Blue Blazes (0-3) in South Portland.

Jenna Ball, Eliese Perron, Anneka Bryant and Bella Schifano also scored in the first half, and Ava Bryant, Kate Von Seggern and Talia Lee added second-half goals.

Carolyn DiBiase scored in the second half for Westbrook.


SCARBOROUGH 1, BONNY EAGLE 0: Jarod Glidden set up Zander Haskell for the only goal as the Red Storm (2-0) topped the Scots (0-2) in Scarborough.

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