PORTLAND — Alida Farrell scored three goals Monday as Waynflete pulled away to a 4-0 victory against Poland in a Western Maine Conference field hockey game at Fore River Field.

Farrell, who had the winner in overtime Saturday for Waynflete (2-1) against Traip Academy, scored the only goal of the first half, beating goalie Melora Lavoie after 12:39.

Lavoie saved the first shot but Farrell was able to get her stick to the ball on a scramble for the rebound.

Waynflete kept the pressure on for the rest of the half but was unable to extend its lead.

“I told them to keep doing what they were doing, but we needed to finish,” said Waynflete Coach Noelle Surette.

The second half started much like the first, with Waynflete controlling most of the possession but the Knights (0-4) also keeping the ball out of the net until 20:12 remained.

That’s when Lavoie made a stick save that deflected to Roz Gray-Bauer, who knocked it in to make it 2-0.

The Flyers kept the offense on and extended their lead to 3-0 on Farrell’s second goal of the game with 12:51 remaining.

Farrell again put herself in the right position to knock in the rebound of a shot taken by Gray-Bauer that originally was turned aside by Lavoie.

Leading 3-0 with just under eight minutes to play, Farrell still wasn’t done.

She again found herself able to score another rebound goal as players competed for the ball following a Lavoie save. That gave the Flyers a 4-0 lead.

The three goals in a game was a career high for Farrell, who credited her teammates for the victory.

“Going in we had a lot of enthusiasm,” said Farrell, who also said, “I kept being in the right spot.”

“This was a good win. We have a really young team and need to give 100 percent all the time and stay focused all the time,” said Surrette.

“We’re starting to expect to control the ball. Our offense has a lot of experience.”