YORK – Caroline Lucas stopped three shots in the deciding penalty kicks Saturday as third-seeded Falmouth advanced to the Western Class B schoolgirl soccer final with a victory against second-ranked York.

Falmouth (11-4-1) used a 3-2 advantage in penalty kicks to advance after the teams tied 2-2 through regulation and overtime.

Lucas finished with 12 saves before the game went to penalty kicks.

Annie Criscione opened the scoring for Falmouth in the first half on a header off a corner kick. Alexa Bando tied it for the Wildcats (11-4-1) from Kayla Swasey.

After Cassie Darrow regained the lead for Falmouth after 10 minutes of the second half, Swasey tied it again less than two minutes later.

BANGOR 5, WATERVILLE 0: Ashley Robinson and Grace MacLean each scored twice in the second half as the top-seeded Rams (16-0) pulled away from the fourth-seeded Purple Panthers (11-4-1) in an Eastern Class A semifinal at Waterville.

Jordan Seekins gave Bangor a 1-0 lead in the first half.

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YORK 3, MARANACOOK 0: Mitchell Hickey broke a scoreless tie with less than 20 minutes remaining and top-ranked York (11-1-2) went on to beat fourth-seeded Maranacook (11-3) in a Western Class B semifinal at York.

Theo Bullock and Fran Mendoza each added a goal, both assisted by Pierce Twohig.

York will host No. 2 Falmouth in the regional final Wednesday.

CAMDEN HILLS 2, MT. VIEW 0: Andrew Flanagan and Sam Predham each scored a goal in the second half for the top-ranked Windjammers (16-0) as they edged the fifth-seeded Mustangs (13-4) in an Eastern Class B semifinal at Rockport.

Camden Hills opened the scoring with 17:08 left when Flanagan scored from Peter Vannorsdale after a corner kick.

Predham made it 2-0 with 1:51 left, assisted by Flanagan.

MESSALONSKEE 2, BANGOR 0: Jarrod Simpson scored an early goal and Alex Shatskov added another in the last four minutes as the sixth-seeded Eagles (12-2-2) upset the defending state champion Rams (12-2-2) in an Eastern Class A semifinal at Bangor.

RICHMOND 4, VINALHAVEN 2: Randy Moody scored twice on headers and Evan Esancy also converted a header as the top-seeded Bobcats (12-2) advanced to the Western Class D final with a win over the fourth-seeded Vikings (7-5).