DEERING — The Thornton Academy volleyball team traveled to Deering on Monday evening and the Golden Trojans came back home with a 7-1 record after recording a 3-0 sweep of the Rams.

Thornton Academy won the sets by scores of 25-10, 25-11 and 25-10 in a dominating performance.

Julia Chasse finished with 22 assists and Kylee Austin added 15 kills to lead the Trojans, who also got five kills and four aces from Kaylee Burns.

The Trojans will host Windham on Thursday.

Well s 3, Portl and 2

The visiting Warriors picked up their second win of the season on Monday night as they won the fifth and final set 15-11.

Wells dropped the opening set 25-21 before picking up wins of 25-21 and 25- 16 in the second and third sets. Portland made sure the match went the distance with a 25-22 win in the fourth set.

Kait Schott led Wells with 10 assists, five aces, five digs and one kill. Halee Ramsdell added eight kills, six digs and one block, while Alyssa Loukola had 10 kills, four digs, three blocks and two aces and Isabelle Smith finished with 15 digs, five aces and two kills in the win.

Wells would also get eight digs, two assists and one ace from Michelle Desjardins and Julia Michie added five digs, two kills and one ace.

The Warriors improved to 2-3 with the win and will host Windham tonight.

Field Hockey

Thornton Ac ademy 5, Westbr ook 2

With the game tied early in the second half, Libby Pomerleau scored three straight goals to give Thornton Academy the win.

Pomerleau would finish with four goals on the day as she also found the back of the net in the first half.

Bella Robinson added the other goal for the Trojans, who also got an assist from Claire Decker. Issy Capozzi made three saves for TA.

The Trojans, who improved to 6-1 with the win, will host Scarborough on Thursday night.

Well s 1, Ol d Orch ard Beach 0

Wells got a goal from Lauren Dewey with just two minutes left as the Warriors took down the Seagulls on Monday.


Sanford 13, Nobl e 0

The Sanford Spartans won every match on Monday as they dominated Noble at The Links at Outlook.

Joey Burnham led the way for Sanford with a low-medalist round of 48.

Sanford would also get wins from Jake Lapierre (50), Matt Small (50), Dean Johnson (53), Josh Polletta (56) and Jordan D’Alessandro (57).

The Spartans won the team point by a 257-299 count.

Boys Soccer

Portl and 4, Massabesic 0

After a scoreless first half, host Portland got four goals from four different players to pick up the win.

Wade Faria, El Shadai Ngandu, Josh Erving and Domingos Mambo scored the goals for Portland, which improved to 4-0- 2 with the win.

Massabesic’s Josh Castonguay made 10 stops in the loss.

The Mustangs (2-4) will host Marshwood on Thursday.

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