OLD ORCHARD BEACH — Amber Loon and Kelsea Anair hooked up for two goals as the Richmond High School girls soccer team downed Class Old Orchard Beach, 3- 0, in non- conference play on Monday.

Loon scored the first two goals off of Anair assists, and Anair finished the scoring on a penalty kick in the second half.

Kelsie Obi had six saves for the shutout as the Bobcats, who host Sacopee Valley on Thursday ( 4 p.m.), improved to 7-0.

Seagulls (2-5-2) netminder Tiffany LeClerc turned aside six shots.

Playing well for Richmond were defenders Kalah Patterson, Cassidy Harriman, Destiny Anair and Jade Gammon.



Sydney Wilson scored two goals as the visiting Mustangs picked up a Mountain Valley Conference win at Wiscasset on Saturday.

Wilson staked Monmouth (7-0-1) to a 1-0 halftime lead. Haley Fletcher set off a scoring spree in the second half, putting home a shot 2:06 into the second half for a 2-0 Mustangs lead.

Miranda McIntire answered for Wiscasset (3-5) less than one minute later, but Sammy Grandahl and Wilson tallied three minutes apart to give the visitors a 4-1 lead with 30:47 remaining.

McIntire’s second goal with 6:59 left completed the scoring.

Wiscasset goaltender Kayla Gordon had 12 saves, while Monmouth keeper Mikayla Cameron had four stops.

The Wolverines are slated to visit Mt. Abram today at 4 p.m.

Field hockey

HAMPDEN — Kelly Martin tallied four goals as Hampden ran past Brunswick in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference play on Monday.

Danielle Sanders and Blake Thompson picked up one goal each for the 2-7-1 Broncos, while Daija Misler earned four assists.

Brunswick (1-9) goaltender Anna Webster had 28 saves and hosts Bangor on Thursday at 4 p.m.



Bailey Coffin scored late in the first half as the Falcons downed Gray- New Gloucester at Freeport in a Western Maine Conference matchup.

Freeport improved to 7-3 and visits Kennebunk on Wednesday at 4 p.m.

Coffin’s goal came with six minutes left until halftime, the only shot to slip past Patriots ( 1- 9) goaltender Adrianna Kimball, who turned aside 27 shots.

Freeport netminder Morgan Karnes had one save.