FREEPORT — The Freeport High School boys and girls soccer teams took on Gray-New Gloucester in Western Maine Conference action on Thursday, with the Patriots coming out on top in both contests.

At Freeport, Emma Woods and Kaelyn Woods each scored a goal as Gray-New Gloucester (2-3) left with a 2- 1 girls win.

Julia Smith scored for the Falcons (1-4) with seven minutes remaining to cut the Patriot lead in half, but Zoe Adams turned aside 12 shots to preserve the win.

Izzy Qualls had five saves for Freeport, which visits Fryeburg Academy on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

In the boys contest at Gray, Liam Stewart scored in the first half to lead the Patriots (2-2) to a 2-0 win, dropping Freeport to 0-4-1 with a home contest set for Tuesday against Fryeburg Academy (4 p.m.).

Dario Arnet assisted on Stewart’s goal, and Josiah Carter tallied midway through the second half for an insurance goal, with Tyler St. Pierre picking up an assist.

Brendan Qualls had nine saves in the Freeport cage, while John Henry Villanueva had four stops for the shutout.

Field hockey

BATH — Brewer erupted for six first-half goals en route to a 7-2 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win at McMann Field.

Morse, 0-6 and slated to visit Belfast on Saturday (11 a.m.), found some flow in the second half, getting a goal each from Mallory Goodine and Brittany Kaler to close to 6-2.

“They had to put their starters back in, and they added a goal late,” said Morse coach Stephenie Pinkham, who praised the play of KK Fifield. “KK played a good game at both midfield and defense for us.”

Morse goaltender Bryanna Ringrose had 15 saves.