TOPSHAM — Senior Ashley Robinson scored a pair of goals in the first half as Bangor remained unbeaten in girls’ soccer with a 4-2 victory over Mt. Ararat in an Eastern Class A game Saturday.

The Rams (13-0) attacked from the opening kickoff as Libby Huber and Grace MacLean shot high before Robinson scored the first goal at 3:55.

Bangor displayed sharp ball movement throughout the game. On the first goal, Robinson passed from the right wing to MacLean in the middle. She sent it back to Robinson, who grounded a shot into the far left corner from 15 yards.

“We wanted to start up strong and we were ready to go as soon as we got off the bus,” said Robinson. “We’ve played together for a long time, some of us since the fifth grade on the premier club, and we work on a passing drill every practice.

“We have good communication and we know where each other will be.”

Haley Michaud nearly tied it for the Eagles (8-4-1) three minutes later, taking a pass from Cat Johnson in the middle of the penalty area and shifting quickly to her right to get past a defender, but goalkeeper Mia Smith stayed with her and made the save.

Less than two minutes later, it was 2-0 after Hanna Colpritt headed home a corner kick by MacLean from the middle of the box.

Mt. Ararat’s Sara Berry skimmed the crossbar following a corner kick by Michaud, and Bangor again countered. Mac-Lean sent a ball from the left wing to Jordan Seekins in front, Seekins’ bid was blocked, but Robinson collected the rebound and converted from 15 yards for a 3-0 lead.

The Rams held a 13-3 advantage in shots in the first half. Ally Vanidestine made it 4-0 at 15 minutes of the second half. MacLean’s shot bounced off the crossbar, but Vanidestine put in the rebound.

Mt. Ararat (8-4-1) rallied for two goals in the final minutes. Michaud took a pass from Hannah Hauser on the left, cut across the middle of the box and scored with 6:46 to play.

Michaud set up the final goal, working into the right corner and crossing to Jenny Fogg, who found the top-right corner.

“We can usually put teams away, but they kept battling,” said Bangor Coach Joe Johnson. “Our girls have played together a long time and we travel well. We’ve been making this trip a lot over the years.”

“I told the kids at halftime they had nothing to lose, down 3-0,” said Eagles Coach Sam Chard. “Just play hard – and they did. We mixed things up, switched some people and had some opportunities.

“But I haven’t seen a team like (Bangor) in a long time.”