ROCKPORT – Andrew Flanagan finished off a pass from Sam Predham with 7:54 left in the first half Wednesday and top-ranked Camden Hills went on to a 1-0 victory against third-seeded Presque Isle in the Eastern Class B boys’ soccer final.

Camden Hills (17-0) will meet Falmouth (11-3-2) in the state final Saturday.

Ian Cushing made five saves for Camden Hills. Andrew Kofstad stopped nine shots for Presque Isle (14-2-1).

The Windjammers held a 16-9 advantage in shots, and each team had a corner kick. 

GREENVILLE 1, RICHMOND 0: Tristan Richards scored after 3:07 and the second-seeded Lakers (10-4-2) ended a six-year regional championship run by the top-ranked Bobcats (12-3-1) with a victory in the Western Class D final at Richmond.

“It’s a little change of fortunes,” Greenville Coach Jeff Richards said, “which is nice.”

Greenville lost to Richmond in the previous three title games.

“We thought we were the bigger dog,” Richmond forward Peter Lorbeski said. “I think we got too high on ourselves.”

The Lakers will meet undefeated Bangor Christian in the state final Saturday at Hampden Academy.


BANGOR 2, BRUNSWICK 0: Hanna Colpritt and Allison Vanidestine scored for the top-seeded Rams (17-0) against the second-ranked Dragons (15-2) in the Eastern Class A final at Bangor.

Colpritt put in a corner kick by Grace MacLean with 10 minutes left in the first half, and Vanidestine added an unassisted goal with 10 minutes remaining in the game.

Mia Smith stopped five shots for the shutout.

RICHMOND 5, GREENVILLE 0: Danica Hurley broke a scoreless tie early in the second half and the top-ranked Bobcats (14-1) went on to beat second-seeded Greenville (11-5) in the Western Class D final at Richmond.

Richmond will meet Van Buren (12-5) for the state championship Saturday at Falmouth.

Hurley took a clearing pass near midfield and beat two defenders before burying a shot into the left corner of the goal.

Freshman Amber Loon scored a minute later, volleying in a corner kick from Sadie Gosse. Noell Acord, Gosse and Hurley again wrapped up the scoring.

“After the first half I was actually really nervous,” Hurley said.

“Obviously our game plan was to come out and score early and then just cruise along. So coming out (in the second half) I scored one, then Amber right after. That made me feel a lot better.”