YARMOUTH — Kiersten Marr scored three goals and undefeated North Yarmouth Academy rolled to a 6-0 victory against Wells in a Western Maine Conference field hockey game Friday.

The Panthers (4-0-2) built a 4-0 halftime lead against the Warriors (1-4-1).

Amber Rose converted a first-half penalty stroke and added a pair of assists for NYA, and Katie Larson and Savannah Shaw also scored.

Mary Hebden stopped 10 shots for Wells. Eliza Todd made three saves for the Panthers.

YORK 9, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Lily Posternak recorded three goals and three assists as the Wildcats (7-0) cruised past the Patriots (0-7) at York.

Julia Harrod scored three goals to lead the Wildcats to a 4-0 halftime advantage. Jessa Smith, Alexandra Lawlor and Brigitte Spencer also scored in the game.

Patriots goalie Alicia Credit recorded 18 saves. Julianna Kiklis of York stopped one shot.

BOOTHBAY REGION 4, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 2: Sydney Meader and Chloe Arsenault each had a goal and an assist to lead the Seahawks (4-1-1) past the Falcons (2-4) at Boothbay Harbor.

Boothbay scored three goals in a five-minute span in the first half to build a 3-0 lead; Kayla Lewis, Meader and Arsenault scored. The Falcons pulled within 3-2 before halftime on goals by Marissa Crosby and Kassie Thibodeau.

Page Brown of Boothbay scored in the second half.

Alyssa Akers and Audra Bean of the Falcons combined to finish with 12 saves. Erica Eames of Boothbay stopped seven shots.

HALL-DALE 2, TELSTAR 1: Helaena Holmes scored with one minute remaining in overtime to lift Hall-Dale (1-5) past Telstar (0-6) at Bethel.

Lauren Hendrickson assisted on the winning goal. Leah Allen scored five minutes into the second half to tie it for the Bulldogs. Kaylee Magee made 10 saves.

Natasha Hart scored in the first half for Telstar. Perry Morton made 15 saves.

OAK HILL 3, LISBON 0: Three players scored to lead the Raiders (6-0) over Lisbon (4-2) at Wales.

Mercedes Pease had a goal and an assist, and Lexi Fuller and Kiera Young also scored. Mackenzie Thibeault made seven saves.

Mikaylia Harnden stopped six shots for Lisbon.

FALMOUTH 2, LAKE REGION 0: Liberty Ladd scored the go-ahead goal from Maddy Reuhana early in the second half as the Yachtsmen (6-1) pulled away from the Lakers (0-5) at Naples.

Reuhana helped extend Falmouth’s lead, assisting on a goal by Cindy Bell with 12 minutes left. Maddie Nelson made 10 saves for Lake Region.

YARMOUTH 2, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 1: Abby McDowell and Molly Wilson scored first-half goals for the Clippers (4-2) against Fryeburg Academy (2-3-1) at Yarmouth.


MARSHWOOD 2, PORTLAND 1: Casey Perry scored in overtime to lead the Hawks (3-1-1) past the Bulldogs (2-1-2) at South Berwick.

The Hawks took the lead in the second half on a goal by Marin Smith from Reagan Nichols. The Bulldogs tied it with 8:31 remaining in the half.

Nichols also assisted on Perry’s overtime goal with 1:07 remaining.

MASSABESIC 5, WESTBROOK 0: Skylar Renaud had three goals, two off free kicks, as the Mustangs (1-4) shut out the Blue Blazes (0-3-1) at Waterboro.

Brooke Cox and Alexis Kidder also scored.

TRAIP ACADEMY 2, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 1: Emma Auclair had a goal and an assist as the Rangers (3-3) edged the Seagulls (3-3) at Kittery.

Sydney Auclair also scored for Traip.

Emily Greenleaf answered for Old Orchard Beach.

Sommer Huntress had seven saves for the Rangers. Tiffany Éclair stopped 15 shots for the Seagulls.

RICHMOND 8, VALLEY 0: Meranda Martin scored three goals to spark the Bobcats (5-0) over Valley (1-3-1) at Bingham.

Bryanne Lancaster and Caitlin Kendrick had two goals apiece, and Cassidy Harriman also scored.

Sydney Tilton made six saves for Richmond. Samantha West stopped 19 shots for Valley.


FALMOUTH 5, YARMOUTH 0: Nate Arrants scored three goals, including a pair in the second half, as the Yachtsmen (3-0-1) cruised past the Clippers (2-1) at Falmouth.

Andrew Muscadin and Sam Winkeler also scored.

Cal Owens stopped nine of the 14 shots he faced for Yarmouth. Jack Scribner had five saves for the Yachtsmen.

RICHMOND 2, VALLEY 0: Cody Tribbet and Brendan Emmons scored a goal to lift the Bobcats (4-0) over Valley (1-2-1) at Bingham.

Nick Adams added an assist, and Zach Small and Matt Holt combined to make seven saves for Richmond.

Donovan Beane stopped 15 shots for Valley.