Giulianna DoCarmo hit an RBI single to break a 1-1 tie in the top of the sixth as Noble edged Thornton Academy 2-1 Monday in softball in Saco.

Allie Moore lined a run-scoring double to give Noble (5-4) the lead in the top of the first, but Thornton Academy (4-4) pulled even on an unearned run in the bottom of the fifth.

Kiersten Davis picked up the victory, throwing a six-hitter, fanning five and walking one.

Renee Gonneville had a pair of hits for the Trojans.

WINDHAM 10, MARSHWOOD 0: Jaydn Kimball went 3 for 3, with a home run, triple and double and five RBI as the Eagles (8-2) handled the Hawks (2-8) in three innings at Windham.

Starter Brooke Gerry allowed a pair of singles, striking out eight for Windham and added a pair of hits, and Ella Wilcox and Hanna Heanssler each added a pair of hits.


POLAND 5, CAPE ELIZABETH 2: Atlantis Martin had a hit and two RBI and scattered two runs and five hits across five innings to lead the Knights (10-0) over the Capers (8-3) in Cape Elizabeth.

Emma Bunyea finished with a homer and a single, two runs scored and an RBI for Poland. Khloe O’Leary added three hits and Gretchyn Paradis pitched two perfect innings of relief for the save.

Kathryne Clay and Esme Song each had an RBI for Cape.

PORTLAND 17, SOUTH PORTLAND 10: Sadie Armstrong went 3 for 5 with two RBI and picked up the win to lead the Bulldogs (7-2) over the Red Riots (5-6) in South Portland.

Portland’s Hannah Hawkes went 4 for 6 with two triples, three runs scored and three RBI. Ruby Chase had two doubles and a hit, three runs and three RBI. Gabby Daniels had four hits and two RBI.

Ella Nickerson led South Portland with two doubles, a single and two RBI. Mia Micucci hit a triple and took the loss.


ST. DOMINIC SWEEPS, TRAIP ACADEMY: The Saints (11-1) won both games against the Rangers (0-13) in Auburn.

In a 9-1 win in the opener, St. Dom’s scored five runs in the first inning, highlighted by a two-run double by Pilar Hewey.

Kathleen Dean got the win, striking out five in five innings. She also had three hits.

Dean added nine more strikeouts in holding Traip to two hits in the second game, a 10-1 victory.

Dean also started the Saints’ offense with an RBI triple in the first. Cami Casserly and Emily Andrews each had three hits for St. Dom’s.



THORNTON ACADEMY 17, NOBLE 1: Morgan Bolduc scored six goals for the Golden Trojans (3-4) as they built an 11-1 advantage at halftime and rolled past the Knights (1-6) at Saco.

Grace Veroneau had four goals for Thornton Academy, and Ayala Littlefield chipped in with a pair of goals.

Hannah Martel scored for Noble.

KENNEBUNK 18, GORHAM 5: Ruby Sliwkowski had six goals and an assist for Kennebunk (7-0) in winning at Gorham.

Sydney Dumas had five goals and doled out three assists for Kennebunk, Keara Battagliese, Ivy Armentrout and Mara Muse chipped in with two goals apiece, and Grace Archer added a goal and had three assists.

Allie Light and Miranda Chasse had two goals apiece for Gorham (2-6).


MT. ARARAT 23, EDWARD LITTLE 1: Madison Kinney scored six goals and freshman Evelyn Goudreau added five as the Eagles (6-3)  rolled past the Red Eddies (2-7) in Topsham.

Grace Phillips and Elsa Daulerio each scored two goals for the Eagles.

Amanda Pickens had four saves for Mt. Ararat.

FREEPORT 15, BRUNSWICK 7: Megan Driscoll had six goals and two assists to help the Falcons (7-1) beat the Dragons (3-4) in Freeport.

Savannah Tracy added five goals and two assists for Freeport. Kate Tracy had three goals and three assists and Mia Levesque scored once. Piper Williams stopped seven shots.

Brunswick’s Elizabeth Putnam scored four goals. Lydia Blood, Kelsie Carlton and Cece Slocum each had one goal.

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