GORHAM — Gorham rallied for six runs in the bottom of the sixth to beat South Portland 11-8 in softball on Tuesday.

Anya Nagle had a two-run single in the inning for the Rams (3-0).

South Portland (2-2) took an 8-5 lead with four runs in the fourth, highlighted by an RBI single from Elise Connor, and three in the top of the sixth.

Amber Bretton led Gorham with three hits.

Elise Connor and Emilie Way each had three hits for the Red Riots.

CAPE ELIZABETH 12, Mt. ARARAT 0: Anna Cornell pitched and batted the Capers (5-0) to a win at home.

Cornell allowed one hit – a fourth-inning leadoff single by Jaimey Weidner – and struck out 11. She also drove in five runs with a triple and two singles. Her fifth-inning single drove in Julia Torre with the game-ending run.

Cape Elizabeth twice batted around the order, scoring five runs in the third and fourth innings.

Dana Schwartz, Kathryne Clay and Abigail Scifres each had two hits for Cape Elizabeth. Mt. Ararat dropped to 1-2.


MARSHWOOD 15, TRAIP ACADEMY 4: Eva Moreland had three goals and three assists, and Meagan Wentworth had two goals and four assists as the Hawks (4-1) cruised past the Rangers (0-3) at Kittery.

Fina Melino, Ella Manero and Isabelle Young scored two goals apiece. Natalie Singer added a goal and three assists. Lily Dupree made six saves.

Alexis Hernandez scored three goals for Traip Academy.

MASSABESIC 8, SCARBOROUGH 7: Noelle Desvergnes had a hat trick and Haley Park made six saves as the Mustangs (2-1) edged the Red Storm (4-1) at Scarborough.

Mary Duffy, Micaela Jacobs, Bri Stephenson, Emily Jacobs and Emily Baker also scored for Massabesic.

Meagan Donovan and Erin Bresnahan scored two goals apiece for Scarborough. Kathleen Murphy made 17 saves.

ST. DOMINIC 15, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 5:Taryn Cloutier scored five goals and Emily Wallingford had four as the Saints (1-2) downed the Raiders (0-3) at Fryeburg.

Natalie Brocke, Isabella Pelletier, Giselle Ouellette, Jessica Zimmerman, Emma Roy and Emma Clark also scored. Natalie Russell made 14 saves.

Hope Duffy scored three goals for Fryeburg Academy. Maggie Powers finished with 12 saves.


THORNTON ACADEMY 7, PORTLAND 1: The Golden Trojans (5-0) used a five-run fifth inning, highlighted by RBI singles from Brayden Williams and Michael McLeer, to pull away from the Bulldogs (0-4) at Saco.

McLeer and Henry Lausier had a pair of hits apiece for Thornton Academy, and starter Brady Graffam picked up the win, going the first three innings, allowing one run on four hits.

GORHAM 2, SOUTH PORTLAND 1: Brady Wintle singled to open the game and scored on a error and Caleb Hendrix later scored on a Colin McDonald sacrifice fly as the Rams (3-0) blanked the Red Riots (3-1) at Gorham.

Ryan Thruberg reached on a walk and later scored on a wild pitch for South Portland’s run in the second.

McDonald threw a three-hitter, allowing one run on three hits with a walk and eight strikeouts.

CAPE ELIZABETH 7, MT. ARARAT 5: Colin Smith had two hits and three RBI, and Patrick O’Brien struck out six over five innings to lift the Capers (2-3) over the Eagles (1-3) at Cape Elizabeth.

Charlie Bischoff chipped in with an RBI single and a double.

Taylor Swanson hit a two-run single for Mt. Ararat.

MASSABESIC 3, WELLS 0: Ben Carroll threw a three-hit shutout to lead the Mustangs (3-0) over the Warriors (3-2) at Waterboro.

Rylan Daigneault had a double for Massebesic, and Aaron Kiss, Carroll and Jake Langevin added hits.

Spencer Carpenter went six innings for Wells, allowing three runs on four hits, striking out three.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 2, OCEANSIDE 0: Matt Holbrook had an RBI single in the fourth to give the Panthers (1-4) a 1-0 lead and Ethan Reed added an insurance run in the fifth in a win over the Mariners (1-4) at Waldoboro.

Noah Crosby went the distance, surrendering six hits, striking out six and walking one for Medomak Valley.

Bowen Brann had a pair of singles for Oceanside.

SCARBOROUGH 9, FALMOUTH 3: Nic Frink, homered, doubled and drove in four runs and Joe Townsend went the distance to lead Scarborough over host Falmouth in a battle of unbeaten teams.

The Red Storm (3-0) took a 2-0 lead on Frink’s two-run home run off Falmouth starter Bennett Smith in the top of the first and added two more runs in the third, on an error and Frink’s sacrifice fly.

Falmouth (5-1) scored twice in the fourth, but Scarborough opened it up with a four-run sixth, highlighted by a two-run, two-out triple from pinch-hitter Ashton Blanchette.

After Falmouth scored a final run in the bottom of the sixth on Peter McCluskey’s sacrifice fly, Frink hit an opposite-field double in the seventh.

Townsend scattered nine hits and gave up three runs, two earned. He struck out five.

CHEVERUS 14, WESTBROOK 1: Matt Connor was 2 for 2 with three RBI, including a two-run single in the first, as the Stags (3-2) jumped to a 4-0 lead and cruised by the Blue Blazes (0-3) in five innings at Portland.

Brady Cormier and Richie Tremble each had a pair of hits, both driving in two runs.

BONNY EAGLE 7, WINDHAM 2: Mason Ryan had two hits and three RBI, and Jacob Humphrey added two hits, two RBI and two runs scored as the Scots (1-3) topped the Eagles (0-4) at Windham.

Cam Joyce had two hits, one RBI and one run scored for Windham.

FREEPORT 5, BRUNSWICK 1: The Falcons (7-0) pulled away with three runs in the top of the seventh, paced by a bases-loaded walk by Blaine Cockburn and an RBI single from Kempton Von Glinsky-Gregoire, as they topped the Dragons (0-5) at Brunswick.

Starter Nathan Abbot grabbed the win, allowing one run on four hits through 4 1/3 innings, striking out four.

Von Glinsky-Gregoire, Gus Wing and Zane Aguiar had two hits each for Freeport.

BIDDEFORD 13, DEERING 0: The Tigers (3-2) scored six runs in the bottom of the second, paced by an RBi single from Alex McAlevey and a two-run single from Alec Descoteaux, as they blanked the Rams (0-2) at Biddeford.

Both Descoteaux and McAlevey had a pair of hits for Biddeford, and Brady Ham and Will Harriman added two hits apiece.


BONNY EAGLE 10, CHEVERUS 3: Loghan Aycock had four goals to pace the Scots (2-2) as they handled the Stags (2-1) at Standish.

Nick Klein had three goals for Bonny Eagle and Vinni Bruni added a goal.

Ethan Hall had nine saves for the Scots.

GORHAM 16, PORTLAND 6: Ben Tukey had five goals and a twoassists as the Rams (4-0) cruised past the Bulldogs (3-2) at Fitzpatrick Stadium.

Hunter Pelletier had four goals and two assists for Gorham and Ayden Lindsay tossed in three goals.

FALMOUTH 10, SCARBOROUGH 9: Wyatt Kerr scored 2 minutes and 41 seconds into overtime to give host Falmouth (4-0) a win over Scarborough (3-1).

The game was tight throughout, with the game tied 3-3 after one quarter, Falmouth up, 6-5 at halftime and 8-6 after three quarters, but the Red Storm rallied to tie it at 8 on Owen Leadley’s goal. After Rory Skillin-Lanou put Falmouth back on top, William St. Germain scored for Scarborough with 1:10 left in regulation, forcing overtime.

Falmouth got three goals apiece from Kerr and Satchel Kaplan, who assisted on the overtime winner. Goalie Drew Noyes had 11 saves.

Scarborough was paced by three goals from St. Germain and got nine saves from Joshua Medeiros.

WINDHAM 11, SOUTH PORTLAND 10: Derek Palow scored the winning goal 50 seconds into overtime to lead the Eagles (2-2) past the Red Riots (0-5) at South Portland.Drew Folley sent the game to overtime with a goal for South Portland with 1:11 to play in regulation.

Will Woolfston had four goals and a pair of assists for Windham, Travis Brown had four goals and Connor Cummings added a goal and three assists,

Brady Demers led South Portland with four goals, and Tom Caouette and Cullen Adams each finished with two goals and two assists.

THORNTON ACADEMY 12, KENNEBUNK 2: Ronan Flynn had four goals to lead the Golden Trojans (3-2) over the Rams (2-3) at Saco.

Ethan Leblanc had three goals for Thornton Academy, and Caleb Pelletier added two goals and dished out five asslsts.

Matt Moore and Jack Cataldi scored for Kennebunk.

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