KENNEBUNK — Brittney Gregoire scored from Grace Grenier in overtime Tuesday to give Kennebunk a 1-0 victory against Yarmouth in a Western Maine Conference field hockey game.

Olivia Kudas recorded seven saves for the Rams (5-2). Cate Ralph stopped five shots for Yarmouth (4-3).

MT. BLUE 12, LEWISTON 1: Adelle Foss collected six goals for the Cougars (7-0-1), who had six players score against the Blue Devils (1-6) at Farmington.

Hannah Minns had a pair of goals and an assist for Mt. Blue, Sam Ellis added a goal and four assists, and Ellie Pelletier, Kayleigh Fontaine and Brooke Bonnevie each chipped in a goal.

Hazy Dumas answered for Lewiston from Kasy Talarico.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 3, SACOPEE VALLEY 0: Joelle Buzzell scored two first-half goals as the Raiders (3-3-1) cruised past the Hawks (2-5) at South Hiram.

Bridget Tweedie added a goal for Fryeburg, which scored all of its goals in the first half. Kayleigh Rose made 12 saves for Sacopee Valley.

MT. VIEW 2, WATERVILLE 1: Devon Burgess scored the go-ahead goal from Summer Brown with 10:55 left and the Mustangs (3-4) held off the Purple Panthers (0-7) at Waterville.

Brianna Tripp started the scoring for Mt. View with the only goal of the first half from Reanna Boulay.

Malaya Austin tied it with 15:36 remaining from Jennasea Hubbard.

Alexis Bowman had four saves for the Mustangs. Coby Dangler stopped 14 of the 16 shots she faced for Waterville.

FALMOUTH 5, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 0: Bella Libby scored two of the four second-half goals for the Yachtsmen (7-1) against the Panthers (4-1-2) at Falmouth.

Sydney Bell’s goal with 11:14 remaining gave the Yachtsmen a 1-0 halftime lead. Kate Kelly and Brienn Douglas added second-half goals, and Bell assisted on both of Libby’s goals.

Panthers goalie Eliza Todd recorded 18 saves. Caitlyn Bull stopped one shot for Falmouth.

GREELY 3, LAKE REGION 2: Elizabeth Brown scored from Madeline Perfetti with 3:41 left in the first overtime to lift the Rangers (4-3) over the Lakers (0-6) at Naples.

After a scoreless first half, Kaitlyn Plummer opened the scoring for the Lakers from Paige Davis 4:50 into the second half. Greely tied it on a goal by Perfetti two minutes later.

Plummer added her second goal with 14:38 left in regulation to give the Lakers a 2-1 lead and Perfetti tied it again with 11:50 remaining.

CONY 7, HAMPDEN ACADEMY 0: Sophie Whitney scored three goals and Kami Lambert added a pair as the Rams (4-2-2) rolled past the Broncos (3-3-1) at Augusta.

Delaney Keithley and MacKenzie Lewis also scored, and Molly Silsby had two assists.

MAINE CENTRAL INSTITUTE 10, ERSKINE ACADEMY 1: Addie Williams, Madisyn Hartley, Keely Manzo and Ryleigh Bickford each scored two goals to lead the Huskies (6-1) over Erskine (3-4) at Pittsfield.

VOLLEYBALL

WELLS 3, MARSHWOOD 2: Kait Schott finished with 10 aces and 27 assists for the Warriors (3-3), who rallied from an 8-2 deficit in the fifth set to edge the Hawks (3-3) at South Berwick.

Alicia Bridges added one ace and 12 assists, and Alyssa Loukola collected nine kills for the Warriors, who won the second and third sets by scores of 25-21 and 25-17.

Marshwood won the first set 25-21 and the fourth set, 25-15.

SOUTH PORTLAND 3, PORTLAND 1: Amanda Bouchard had 23 digs to lead the way for the Red Riots (3-3) against the Bulldogs (2-4) at Portland.

Kayla Brown had 23 assists and Molly Mawhinney added 13 kills for South Portland, which took the first two sets 25-16, 25-11, fell in the third set, 25-20 and rebounded to take the fourth, 25-20.

Shayla Eubanks had 11 kills and five blocks for Portland.

GREELY 3, WINDHAM 0: Kayley Cimino had eight kills and 13 set assists as the Rangers (6-0) swept past the Eagles (1-5) at Cumberland.

Molly Chapin and Brinna Snow combined for 13 kills, and Sara Agren added six kills and a pair of aces as the Rangers won in consecutive sets, 25-13, 25-15, 25-15. Cassie Fleck had 10 kills and a block for Windham.

DEERING 3, CHEVERUS 0: Cindy Hoang had five blocks, Dianne Dervis recorded 11 kills and Maddy Broda collected 26 assists to lead the Rams (5-1) in straight sets against the visiting Stags (2-4) at Portland.