The Biddeford field hockey team celebrates its 4-3 win against South Portland at Doran Field in Biddeford Thursday.

The Biddeford field hockey team celebrates its 4-3 win against South Portland at Doran Field in Biddeford Thursday.

BIDDEFORD — Taylor Turgeon broke a tie with six minutes remaining as host Biddeford topped South Portland 4-3 in an SMAA field hockey game at Doran Field Thursday.

Hailey Allen opened the scoring for the Tigers (3-5), converting a pass from Amber Magnant off a penalty corner. Peyton McKeown scored the other two goals for Biddeford.

The Red Riots (1-7) got goals from Cierra Mullen, Sophia Cummings and Maddie Hasson.

Taylor Wildes made 13 saves in goal for Biddeford.

SCARBOROUGH 2, THORNTON ACADEMY 1

SACO — Lily Nygren scored a goal in the first minute of the game and visiting Scarborough held onto the lead from there, as the Red Storm held off host Thornton Academy, 2-1, in an SMAA field hockey game at Hill Stadium Thursday.

Kristen Levesque doubled the Red Storm (7-1) lead off a penalty corner with 5:36 left in the first half. Ashley Levesque had the assist.

Taylor Ouellette scored from Grace Pickering for the Trojans (6-2) less than five minutes into the second half, but the hosts couldn’t get any closer.

Thornton had one last chance on a penalty corner at the end of regulation, but Pickering’s shot off an Emma Dutremble pass rang off the post, then off a TA player to end the game.

Isabella Capozzi made three saves in net for the Trojans, while Alyssa Souza stopped 10 of 11 shots for the Red Storm.

MASSABESIC 5, BONNY EAGLE 1

BUXTON — Massabesic scored four goals after halftime to break a tie and roll to a 5-1 victory over Bonny Eagle in an SMAA field hockey game at Mahoney Memorial Field.

Logan Champlin had a pair of goals for the Mustangs (7- 2), including the first goal of the game 10 minutes in. Maggie Redman scored the game-winner four minutes into the second half and Sophia LaFrance and Kaylee St. Laurent also scored.

Lexi Galdo had the lone goal for the Scots (3-5).

Kelley Wescott stopped five shots for Massabesic, while Ashlyn Wintle made 15 saves in goal for Bonny Eagle.

KENNEBUNK 0, YARMOUTH 0

KENNEBUNK — Liv Kudas made 16 saves in goal as Kennebunk (5-2-1) held Yarmouth without a victory for the first time this season, as the teams played to a 0-0 tie in a WMC field hockey game Thursday.

Tori Messina stopped seven shots in goal for the Clippers (7-0-1), who had scored 26 goals combined in their first seven games.

Boys Soccer

MARSHWOOD 4, MASSABESIC 0

WATERBORO — Zach Wilson scored a pair of goals as visiting Marshwood downed Massabesic 4-0 in an SMAA boys soccer game Thursday.

Wilson opened the scoring 13 minutes in for the Hawks (3- 3-1), and Riley Dinsmore-Patch added a goal of his own before halftime.

Eyob Bosse made it 3-0 before Wilson converted a penalty kick with 10 minutes left to play.

Joshua Castonguay made 12 saves in net for the Mustangs (2-5). Sam Leathe stopped 13 shots for Marshwood.

Volleyball

THORNTON ACADEMY 3, WINDHAM 0

SACO — Ashley Howe and Kylee Austin each had eight kills and Julia Chasse had 21 assists as host Thornton Academy swept Windham in a Class A volleyball match at Linnell Gymnasium Thursday.

Set scores were 25-19, 25-22 and 25-16.

Kylee Burns added seven assists and three aces for the Trojans (8-1), while Dianne Dervis made 10 service receptions and eight digs.

Cassie Fleck had six kills to lead the Eagles (4-3).

Golf

WELL S 6, SACOPEE VALLEY 1

CAPE NEDDICK — Seamus McDonough shot a match-low 40 to lead Wells to a win over visiting Sacopee Valley in a WMC golf match at Cape Neddick Country Club Thursday.

Other winner for the Warriors were Shawn Ramsey (43), Mikey Stivaletta (51), Leo Heptig (42) and Tom Bucacci (51).

Zach Twomey shot a 54 for the Hawks’ lone point.

Wells won the team medal by a 176-228 score.

YORK 7, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 0

YORK — Colby Todd and Justin O’Donnell each shot a 42 as host York swept Old Orchard Beach in a WMC golf match at York Golf and Tennis Club Thursday.

Max Warden shot a 46 for the Seagulls in a close match against O’Donnell and Nate Doody carded a 47 while matching up against Todd.

The Wildcats took the team medal, 171-216.


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