SOUTH HIRAM – Emily Lane scored twice Friday to lead second-seeded Sacopee Valley to a 2-0 victory against sixth-ranked Waynflete in a Western Class C schoolgirl soccer semifinal.

Lane scored her first goal for Sacopee (14-1-1) on a penalty kick four minutes into the match and her second against the Flyers (7-7-1) with about 12 minutes remaining in the game.

Sacopee Valley keeper Courtney Ross stopped eight shots to record the shutout. Emma Longcope made 16 saves for Waynflete.

Sacopee Valley will be at top-seeded St. Dominic of Auburn in the regional final Wednesday.

 

ST. DOMINIC 4, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 1: Sophie Goulet scored midway through the second half to give the top-ranked Saints (15-0-1) a 3-1 lead, and they held off the fifth-seeded Seagulls (9-6-1) in a Western Class C semifinal at Auburn.

Kelsey Koenigs scored for Old Orchard to cut the deficit to 2-1 in the first half.

 

RICHMOND 2, VINALHAVEN 0: Noell Acord scored in the first half and Danica Hurley in the second as the top-ranked Bobcats (14-1) downed fourth-seeded Vinalhaven (5-7-1) in a Western Class D semifinal at Richmond.

In the first half, Hurley’s pass bounced off a defender to Acord for an easy chip near the left post.

Hurley made it 2-0 with just over four minutes remaining. Acord led Hurley with a throw-in down the left sideline, and Hurley beat the defense to the net to score her 25th goal of the season.

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RICHMOND 6, ISLESBORO 0: Randy Moody had two goals and an assist for the second-seeded Bobcats (10-3-2) in a Western Class D semifinal victory against the third-seeded Eagles (9-5-1) at Richmond.

Michael Christie also scored twice, and brothers Peter and Sam Lorbeski added a goal apiece.

Tyler Harrington earned the shutout with five saves.

Richmond will be at top-ranked Greenville in the regional final.

 

GREENVILLE 3, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 0: Tony DiAngelo scored twice as the top-ranked Lakers (11-2-2) handled the fourth-seeded Lions (7-7-1) in a Western Class D semifinal at Greenville.

Jacob Rudolph made 14 saves for the Lions.