Fourth-seeded Morse knocked off top-seeded Wells on Saturday, 3-2, and the Shipbuilders advanced to B South final.
Wells' Samantha Bogue had an RBI single in the first and she added an RBI ground out in the third to give the Warriors an early 2-0 advantage. But Morse tied the game at 2-2 when Dory Kulis hit a two out two-run home run in the top of the fifth. Morse scored the game-winning run on an RBI single in the sixth.
Wells' Anya Chase pitched the entire game allowing five hits and striking out six. She also had three of the Warriors' eight hits on the day.
Wells 9 Cape Elizabeth 8
WELLS - With an 8-1 lead over Cape Elizabeth after four innings of play it seemed like the Wells softball team was going to cruise into the semifinals. But the Capers valiantly fought back, scoring three runs in the fifth and adding four more in the top of the seventh to tie the game at 8-8 and send the B South quarterfinal to extra innings.
Wells scored the winning run in the bottom of the eighth when Samantha Bogue raced home from third after Abby Hanson's pop-up into short leftfield was caught for the second out.
Cape took advantage of a Wells error for a 1-0 lead in the first. Wells answered in the bottom half of the inning with an unearned run of their own followed by two earned runs thanks to a single from Hanson. The Warriors added four more runs in the bottom of the second – a Karissa Kenyon single plated two runners, and singles by Savannah Grover and Hanson each resulted in another Wells run.
Singles by Cape's Elena Keller and Corina Page scored three runs in the fifth to get the visitors within 8-4. And Cape's four runs in the seventh (all with two outs) were the result of two walks and a single from Katie Bozek.
Bogue started the heroics for Wells in the ninth by leading off the inning with a double down the rightfield line. She advanced to third on a sacrifice bunt from Kenyon, which brought Hanson to the plate and the eventual game-winning dash home by Bogue.
Kenyon and Olivia Durfee had three hits each for Wells.
The Kennebunk High softball team saw its season end at Thornton Academy on June 7. The third-seeded Trojans pounded the sixth-seeded Rams 21-1 in five innings.
Christine Jarowicz had a solo home run for the Rams in the first inning to give Kennebunk a brief 1-0 lead.