STANDISH — Natalie Herbold scored two goals Friday night for Marshwood, which pulled away to a 5-0 victory against Bonny Eagle in an SMAA schoolgirl soccer game.

Marin Smith, Zoe Janetos and Courtney Thim also scored for the Hawks (11-2), who led 1-0 at halftime.

Emily Robida made 10 saves to record the shutout.

Sydney Gillingham finished with 26 saves for the Scots (6-6-1).

WAYNFLETE 2, TRAIP ACADEMY 0: Arianna Giguere scored twice for the Flyers (9-4) against the Rangers (7-5-1) at Portland.

Giguere’s first goal came with 20 seconds left in the first half off an indirect kick. She scored again midway through the second half.

BRUNSWICK 4, CONY 0: Kira Wolpow had two goals and an assist as the Dragons (11-2-1) beat Cony (1-11-1) at Brunswick.

Lena Martin added a goal and two assists, and Maeve Arthur also scored.

Beth Labbe stopped the only shot she faced for Brunswick. Autumn Sudsbury made seven saves for the Rams.

GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 1, VALLEY 1: Kendra Sweet scored with 5:02 left in regulation as the Cavaliers (1-12-1) salvaged a tie with Greater Portland Christian (2-11-1) at Bingham.

Courtney Spaulding scored for the Lions with 4:42 left in regulation.

Samantha West stopped seven shots for Valley. Erin Robinson made eight saves for Greater Portland Christian.

THORNTON ACADEMY 6, MCAULEY 0: Hannah Niles and Barrett Campbell each had two goals and an assist as the Trojans (6-7) defeated McAuley (0-13) at Saco.

Hannah McAlary and Hayden Campbell also scored.

Lexi Nason made two saves to record her sixth shutout of the season and tie the Thornton school record of 23 career shutouts. Chelsea Rairdon stopped 15 shots for the Lions.

HALL-DALE 5, WISCASSET 0: Lilly Ly and Dani Sweet each scored two goals to lead Hall-Dale (10-2-1) over the Wolverines (2-11) at Wiscasset.

Signe Lynch also scored for Hall-Dale, which had a 22-4 edge in shots.

Thea Sweet had four assists.

BOYS’ SOCCER

BRUNSWICK 2, CONY 1: Keenan Welzel scored 22 minutes into the first half and 11 minutes into the second – both from J.D. Souza – to lead the Dragons (10-3-1) over the Rams (7-6-1) at Augusta.

Nathan Foye gave Cony a 1-0 lead after five minutes on an unassisted goal.

Josh Dorr of Brunswick stopped 13 shots. Nick Robinson had nine saves for Cony.

HALL-DALE 5, WISCASSET 0: Tyler Nadeau had four assists as Hall-Dale (11-0-2) shut out Wiscasset (3-9-1) at Farmingdale.

Josh Berberich had two goals for Hall-Dale. Ryan Fitzpatrick, Jordan Gardner and Tyler Dubois also scored. Andy Peterson made five saves for the shutout. Sam Strozey stopped 19 shots for the Wolverines.

OXFORD HILLS 2, LAWRENCE 1: Spencer Strong and Kelton Loper scored in the first half and the Vikings (1-13) held off the Bulldogs (0-14) at Fairfield.

Parker Towne scored for Lawrence from Alex Hayes.

Jake Beauchesne had six saves for Oxford Hills. Max Marin had five for Lawrence.

FALMOUTH 4, KENNEBUNK 1: Matt Polewaczyk, Ben Wuesthoff, Brody Lycan and Nate Arrants scored for the Yachtsmen (10-2-1), who cruised past the Rams (4-8-1) at Kennebunk.

Falmouth led 1-0 at halftime on Wuesthoff’s unassisted goal in the 25th minute.

The Yachtsmen then pulled away on goals by Polewaczyk at 57 minutes and Arrants at 63 minutes from Wuesthoff before Spencer Thibodeau scored from Bo Beveridge for Kennebunk with four minutes remaining.

Lycan answered one minute later.

VOLLEYBALL

THORNTON ACADEMY 3, PORTLAND 0: Kyley Austin had 14 kills and Julia Chasse 22 assists as Thornton (12-2) swept the Bulldogs (1-13), 25-11, 25-12, 25-10 at Portland.

Camelita Partlow had five kills, and Isabelle DiMillo five aces for Portland.

SCARBOROUGH 3, GORHAM 1: The Red Storm (9-5) defeated the Rams (6-8) in four sets at Gorham.

GREELY 3, BIDDEFORD 0: Molly Chapin had eight kills, five digs and three blocks, and Kayley Cimino finished with six aces, eight kills, 10 digs and three blocks to lead the Rangers (10-3) past the Tigers (5-9) at Cumberland.

Lauren Murley added six kills, five digs and three blocks, and Alex Tebbs had seven kills and nine digs for Greely, which won 25-22, 25-20, 25-15.