OLD ORCHARD BEACH — Waynflete’s offense came up big Monday to pick up a 5-3 girls’ soccer win over Old Orchard Beach.

Becky Smith scored a hat trick to pace the Flyers (6-1) over the Seagulls (3-4).

Up 2-1 at the half, Walker Foehl and Ella Millard each chipped in a goal as Waynflete took a 4-3 lead with minutes to play. Smith scored again for the final Waynflete tally. Jess Derepentigny scored twice for Old Orchard Beach.

CHEVERUS 4, BONNY EAGLE 0: Abby Maker scored a goal and two assists as the Stags (5-0-1) scored three in the second half to pull away from the Scots (2-6) at Standish.

Sadie Lyons, Meredith Willard and Darby Rawcliffe also scored.

BOOTHBAY REGION 3, CARRABEC 2: Zaza Andrews hit the net on a corner kick in overtime to put the Seahawks (3-6) past the Cobras (0-9) at Boothbay.

Abby McLellan scored the first two goals for Boothbay in the first half. Brooklynne Lewis scored both goals for Carrabec in the second half to send the game into the extra frame.

LAKE REGION 7, WELLS 3: Sydney Hancock had four goals to propel the Lakers (4-3-1) past the Warriors (1-6-2) at Naples. Rachel Wandishian found the net twice and Jacqi Black added a goal for Lake Region. Sophie Lamb scored all three Wells goals.

MARSHWOOD 4, WESTBROOK 1: Four different players scored to help the Hawks (3-4) come away with a victory over the Blue Blazes (1-6) at Westbrook.

Gianna Riccardi, Lydia St. Pierre, and Korinne Bohunsky scored for Marshwood in the first half. Sydney Jackman tacked on a goal in the second.

Katie Clark had the lone goal for Westbrook.

YARMOUTH 2, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Mo McNaboe had a goal and an assist as the Clippers (3-6) blanked the Patriots (4-3-1) at Yarmouth.

Tess Merrill scored on a cross from McNaboe in the first half. Sammie Wilkins made 12 saves in the loss.

YORK 11, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 0: Abby Goodrich had a hat trick as the Wildcats (5-3-1) cruised past the Raiders (2-3-3) at York. Kayla Swasey added two goals and an assist.

CAPE ELIZABETH 4, FREEPORT 1: Addie Wood scored a pair of goals as the Capers (6-0-2) rolled to a 3-0 lead over the Falcons (3-6) at Freeport. Kathryn Clark also scored. Jocelyn Davee had a goal for Freeport. Abby Roney finished with eight saves.

GREELY 5, FALMOUTH 1: Sara Schad scored two goals to pace the Rangers (7-1) to a win over the Yachtsmen (7-1) at Cumberland. Audrey Parolin, Julia Mitiguy and Sammi Toorish also scored.

SACOPEE VALLEY 3, TRAIP ACADEMY 0: Brooke Totman had two goals and an assist as the Hawks (4-3-1) scored three in the second half to run away from the Rangers (4-5) at South Hiram.

Emily Colbert also scored and Olivia Ruhlin had an assist.

Shelley Pellegrino made 14 saves for her third shutout of the season.


YORK 3, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 0: Brian Mendoza, Pierce Twohig, and Tyler Martin scored one goal each to lead the Wildcats (6-1-1) over the Raiders (4-4) at Fryeburg.

SACOPEE VALLEY 2, TRAIP 1: Mitch Watson scored both goals to lead the Hawks (7-0) over the Rangers (1-7) at Kittery.

Watson put Sacopee on the board first 12 minutes into play. Mark Lambrecht answered for Traip to make it 1-1 at halftime.

Watson scored the winner on a penalty kick with 10 minutes left to play.

Mitch Barton made six saves for the Hawks. Traip goalie Christian Montembeau stopped 12 shots.

FREEPORT 2, CAPE ELIZABETH 1: Jack Dawe netted the eventual game-winner with 20 minutes to play as the Falcons (5-3-1) edged the Capers (4-2-1) at Cape Elizabeth.

Josh Wierich scored first for Freeport. Tim Lavalle tied it for Cape Elizabeth going into the half.

WAYNFLETE 9, WELLS 1: Daniel Wiener scored three goals, Peabo Knoth and Williams Cleaves added two goals each, and Henry Cleaves and Harry Baker-Connick finished with one goal each to lead Waynflete (5-0-2) over Wells (0-5) at Portland.

GREELY 1, FALMOUTH 1: The Rangers (3-5-1) scored in the first half and the Yachtsmen (4-1-1) scored in the second as the two teams battled to a draw at Falmouth.

Will MacAdoo put Greely on the board from an assist by Luke Saffian 9:57 into the game. Cooper Lycan tied it, unassisted 6:15 into the second half.

Greely goalie Elijah Leverett made nine saves while Falmouth goalie Will D’Agostino stopped two shots.

YARMOUTH 3, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Ryan Maguire had a goal and an assist as the Clippers (6-2-1) got past the Patriots (4-4-1) at Yarmouth. Travis Hamre and Brendan Dioli added scores for Yarmouth.


PORTLAND 1, DEERING 0: Raechel Allen scored seven minutes into second half as the Bulldogs (4-4-1) edged the Rams (1-6-2) at Portland. Rachel Waterhouse needed six saves to earn the shutout.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 4, YARMOUTH 0: Sage Hennessy scored a pair of goals while Ellen Bacchiocchi added a goal and an assist to lead the Raiders (8-1) past the Clippers (4-4-2) at Fryeburg.

WINDHAM 3, NOBLE 0: Katelyn Tucker scored twice while Molly McVetty added another goal, all in the final five minutes of the game, as the Eagles (3-5-1) defeated the Knights (0-7-1) at North Berwick.

McVetty’s goal came off one of Windham’s 19 corner kicks in the game. She also added an assist.

MASSABESIC 6, BIDDEFORD 1: Jackie Guillemette scored two goals within six minutes to spark the Mustangs (8-1) over the Tigers (1-7) at Waterboro.

Alex Staples also had a pair of goals for Massabesic. Kaitlyn and Taylor Bergeron added a goal apiece.

YORK 3, LAKE REGION 0: Andrea Beaulieu, Cari Posteiznak and Shelby Spencer all scored as the Wildcats (7-1) defeated the Lakers (4-3-1) at Naples. Tori Stocks and Taylor Simpson each had an assist.

CHEVERUS 5, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Emily Rodrigue chipped in a pair of goals as the Stags (9-1) scored four in the second half to pull away from the Red Riots (1-8) at South Portland.

Ally Saxton, Alex Logan, Sarah LaQuerre and Brooke Flaherty each had a goal.

SANFORD 7, BONNY EAGLE 1: Stacey Livingston’s first goal of the season broke a 1-1 tie and sparked a late surge for the Redskins (6-0-1) as they beat the Scots (1-4-2) at Sanford.

Natalie Ledue put Sanford up before Bonny Eagle tied it at the half. Livingston scored 26:44 into the second half, followed by two each from Lauren Sawyer and Alicia Noonkester and one from Carline L’Heureux.