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.

MONMOUTH GIRLS 4

WISCASSET 2

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.

GRAY- NG 0

FREEPORT 1

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.