YARMOUTH — Katie Clemmer and Sara D’Appolonia scored in the first half, and Yarmouth held off previously unbeaten Greely for a 2-1 victory in a Western Maine Conference girls’ soccer game Saturday.

Greely (12-1) got a goal from Jocelyn Mitiguy late in the first half to cut into its deficit but couldn’t produce a tying goal.

Clemmer scored off an assist from Eva Then. D’Appolonia’s goal was assisted by Olivia Feeley.

Meredith Lane finished with six saves for Yarmouth (6-4-3). Greely keeper Madison Cyr also stopped six shots.

LAKE REGION 1, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 0: Kristen Huntress knocked home a cross from Neva Leavitt late in the first half to lift the Lakers (6-7) over the Raiders (6-6-1) at Naples.

Chandler True made eight saves to record the shutout. Fryeburg keeper Makayla Cooper finished with seven saves.

WINDHAM 4, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Maggie Lloyd scored two first-half goals and the Eagles (11-1) shut out the Red Riots (5-7) at Windham.

Meghan Hoffses and Mary Brackett scored in the second half. Hoffses, Ciera Berthiaume and Holly Spencer each contributed an assist.

Zoe Brown of South Portland and Sadie Nelson of Windham each had eight saves.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 5, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 1: Jaley Martin scored a pair of goals to lead the Patriots (6-6-1) past the Seagulls (1-12) at Old Orchard Beach.

Keeley Arnold, Emily Dawkins and Laurel Thomas added a goal apiece for the Patriots, who led 3-1 at halftime.

Payje Leclerc scored for Old Orchard Beach.

SACOPEE VALLEY 4, WELLS 0: McKenzie Murphy scored three goals and Courtney Ryan had two assists to lead the Hawks (13-0) past the Warriors (2-10-1) at South Hiram.

Abby Hughes also scored.

BIDDEFORD 1, WESTBROOK 0: Missy Huot’s goal in the second half gave the Tigers (4-9) at win over the Blue Blazes (2-10-1) at Biddeford.

MARANACOOK 2, LEAVITT 1: Lauren Clough scored with eight minutes remaining to lift the Black Bears (3-8-2) over the Hornets (6-3-4) in Readfield.

Lindsey Perkins had the other goal for Maranacook. Amanda Poulin scored for Leavitt in the first half.

BOYS’ SOCCER

YARMOUTH 1, GREELY 1: Andrew Beatty of Yarmouth (11-1-1) and Jacob Nason of Greely (7-3-3) scored first-half goals as the rivals played to a draw at Yarmouth.

Beatty booted a 35-yard shot over Greely keeper Brandon George and into the upper right corner with 13 minutes left in the first half.

Nason answered five minutes later on a breakaway.

George finished with four saves, while Yarmouth’s Noah Grondin and Cal Owens combined for five saves.

YORK 1, CAPE ELIZABETH 0: Matt Arsenault’s goal four minutes into the game was enough to give the Wildcats (5-6-2) a win over the Capers (6-7) at York.

Ian Hovde made seven saves to record the shutout. Cape Elizabeth’s Sean Agrondia stopped two shots.

WAYNFLETE 3, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Milo Belleau recorded his ninth shutout of the season with six saves as the Flyers (10-2-1) blanked the Patriots (8-5-1) at Fore River Fields.

Christian Kabongo scored the only goal of the first half, assisted by Christian Brooks. Ilyas Abdi and Aaron Lee added second-half goals.

TRAIP ACADEMY 1, FREEPORT 1: Yacob Olins scored off an assist from Chandler Wyman for Freeport (4-7-2) as the Falcons played to a tie against the Rangers (3-8-2) at Freeport.

BONNY EAGLE 6, WINDHAM 4: Ryan Moody tallied five goals and added an assist to lead the Scots (3-7-2) over the Eagles (3-10) in Standish.

Moody set up the first goal by Devon Borchard. Bonny Eagle led 2-1 at halftime and 3-2 with 30 minutes left before Moody scored three goals over a 10-minute span.

Windham got two goals from Gene Gumaer, and one each from Alston Farwell and Isaiah Connors.

WINTHROP 1, DIRIGO 0: Tyler Nussinow scored with 4:47 left in the first half to give the Ramblers (3-8-2) a win at Dixfield.

Ben Boulay assisted on the goal. Jackson Ladd made eight saves to earn the shutout.

Randy DeRoche stopped five shots for Dirigo (1-11-1).

VOLLEYBALL

CAPE ELIZABETH 3, YARMOUTH 1: Tess Haller had 17 kills for the Capers (11-2), who rebounded after losing Game 1 to beat the Clippers (10-3) at Yarmouth.

Yarmouth won the first game 25-20, but Cape Elizabeth took the next three games, 25-18, 26-24 and 25-21.

Lydia Brennerman contributed 20 digs and Maggie Dadmun handed out 43 assists for the Capers.

Alison and Heather Clark had 13 and 10 kills, respectively, for Yarmouth. Morgan Hamre served four aces.

WINDHAM 3, CHEVERUS 1: Melanie Aldrich had eight kills and 22 assists, Nataley Jeffrey added seven kills and seven blocks, and Miranda Potvin collected seven kills and 29 digs to lift the Eagles (11-3) over the Stags (4-9) at Windham.

Windham also got 25 digs from Lily MacPherson, and 13 and 12 digs, respectively, from Maelah Nadeau and Megan Snow.

After losing the first game 29-27, the Eagles rallied to win the next three by scores of 25-17, 25-14 and 25-16.

BONNY EAGLE 3, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Breanna Lifland had five aces and four kills, and Katie Champagne added two aces, five kills and four blocks to lead the Scots (10-4) past the Red Riots (5-8) at Standish.

Bonny Eagle, which won the three games by scores of 25-13, 25-16 and 25-20, also got two aces, three kills and two blocks from Mia Ferrante.

Bailey Gryskwicz played a strong all-around game for the Scots.

CROSS COUNTRY

KVAC CHAMPIONSHIPS: Waterville’s Lauren Brown and Lewiston’s Osman Doorow breezed to victories in the Kennebec Valley Conference championships on the hilly course at Cony High School.

Brown broke 20 minutes on the 3.1-mile course, while Doorow shattered the course record by 18 seconds, finishing in 16:38.1.

Waterville won both Class B team titles. Mt. Blue edged Brunswick by a point, 70-71, to win the Class A girls’ championship, and Hampden Academy was the Class A boys’ champion.

Cony’s Anne Guadalupi finished first among Class A girls and second overall to Brown. Waterville freshman Nick Dall won the Class B boys’ race and placed sixth overall.

The course is a demanding one, including a hill about 600 meters long at 1 1/4 miles.

“The secret to running well here is to run the hills,” Cony Coach Shawn Totman said. “I know kids think it’s crazy, but you’ve got to run the downhills, too.”

Brown took the lead early in the girls’ race and finished in 19:52.4, well ahead of Guadalupi’s 20:23.2.

“I’ve only broken 20 minutes twice before in a 5K race,” Brown said. “So to do it on such a hilly course is awesome. I just try to go out as fast as I can, and when I get to the hills go up them as fast as I can and just see what I have left at the end.”

Doorow was alone in front throughout his race, beating Ellsworth’s Paul Casavant, who finished second in 15:55.4.