STANDISH — Emily Ginter and Madison Boothby scored late in the first half Friday as sixth-seeded Bonny Eagle overcame an early deficit and defeated 11th-ranked Thornton Academy 2-1 in a Class A South girls’ soccer prelim.

The Scots (10-4-1) will be at third-ranked Marshwood (11-2-1) in the quarterfinals Tuesday.

Sydney Gillingham made seven saves for Bonny Eagle. Dana Sirois stopped nine shots for Thornton (6-9).

CHEVERUS 4, SANFORD 0: Lauren Jordan had two goals and an assist as the fifth-seeded Stags (13-2) handled the 12th-ranked Spartans (7-8) in a Class A South prelim at Portland.

Jordan converted a cross from Emma Gallant just 3:45 into the match, then set up Gallant with a through ball in the 23rd minute. Kate Sessler made it 3-0 late in the first half, assisted by Sydney Michelson.

Jordan’s second goal came in the 45th minute, assisted by Gallant and Mackenzie Johnson.

Neve Cawley of Cheverus and Kayla Pierce of Sanford each made two saves.

Cheverus will visit fourth-seeded Gorham for a regional quarterfinal at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

WELLS 5, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 0: The eighth-seeded Warriors (10-5) scored four goals in the second half to pull away from the ninth-ranked Phoenix (7-6-2) in a Class B South prelim at Wells.

Sydney Belanger got the only goal in the first half. Hannah Cottis converted a penalty kick early in the second, Kenzie Foss and Sarah Webb each scored to extend the lead, and Cottis made it 5-0 with 15 minutes remaining.

Wells advances to face top-seeded Yarmouth in the quarterfinals Tuesday.

CAPE ELIZABETH 3, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Prezli Piscopo scored twice in the first half and the seventh-seeded Capers (9-6) ousted the 10th-ranked Patriots (6-8-1) in a Class B South prelim at Cape Elizabeth.

Piscopo opened the scoring off an indirect kick, then made it 2-0 just three minutes before halftime. Karli Chapin struck a minute later to give the Capers a 3-0 lead.

Jordy Grant answered for the Patriots after 3:15 of the second half with an assist from Jaley Martin.

Cape advanced to face second-seeded Oak Hill in the quarterfinals Tuesday.

BOYS’ SOCCER

RANGELEY 2, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 1: Leonardo Perez and Connor Hall scored to lead the ninth-seeded Lakers (4-8-3) over the eighth-ranked Lions (4-10-1) in a Class D South prelim at South Portland.

Perez’s score came in the 26th minute and Hall added his goal 13:48 into the second half. Sebastien Irish scored for Greater Portland Christian at 20:05 of the second half.

Mason Jones had 10 saves for Greater Portland Christian. Hunter Lowell stopped six shots for Rangeley.

Rangeley will play Wednesday at fourth-seeded Greenville.

ISLESBORO 7, A.R. GOULD 1: Finnian O’Malia scored three of his four goals in the second half as the seventh-seeded Eagles (4-5-3) pulled away from the 10th-ranked Bears (1-9-1) in a Class D South prelim at Islesboro.

Patrick Kehoe added a pair of goals and O’Malia converted a penalty kick for Islesboro before Garrett Cote scored from Tristin Chamberlain for A.R. Gould.

Jasper Louden also scored for the Eagles.

Alex Shoureas stopped 15 shots for A.R. Gould. Zander Howell had a pair of saves for Islesboro.

FIELD HOCKEY

DEXTER 4, BOOTHBAY 2: Hayley Rossman scored three goals as the second-seeded Tigers (14-2) downed the third-seeded Seahawks (13-3) in a Class C North semifinal at Dexter.

Sydney Meader and Chloe Arsenault scored for Boothbay.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 3, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 1: Morgan Dalton, Erin McPherson and Emily Castonguay scored to lead the second-seeded Phoenix (12-4) over the sixth-seeded Falcons (7-8-1) in a Class C South semifinal at Jay.

Rylee Sevigny converted a penalty stroke for Mountain Valley to cut the lead to 2-1 heading into halftime.

Spruce Mountain advances to play top-seeded St. Dom’s on Tuesday at Thornton Academy.

VOLLEYBALL

NARRAGUAGUS 3, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 1: The fifth-seeded Knights (8-7) won 21-25, 28-26, 25-22, 25-18 over the fourth-ranked Panthers (7-8) in a Class C quarterfinal at Yarmouth.

Narraguagus will play Wednesday in the semifinals against eighth-seeded Sumner or top-ranked Washington Academy, who meet Saturday.