CAPE ELIZABETH — Prezli Piscopo scored her second goal of the game with five minutes remaining to break a tie and send Cape Elizabeth to a 3-2 victory over Gray-New Gloucester in a Class B South girls’ soccer game on Thursday.

The Patriots (5-4) twice came back from one-goal deficits before Piscopo put the Capers (5-4) ahead for good.

Cape’s Karli Chapin opened the scoring in the first half, but Bri Jordan countered for a 1-1 tie at halftime.

Piscopo’s first goal put the Capers back in front, but the Patriots again tied it, on a goal by Jaley Martin.

Grace Roberts made two saves for Cape Elizabeth. Chelsea Davis had nine saves for Gray-New Gloucester.

YARMOUTH 2, FRYEBURG 0: A header from Eva Then off an Ellie Purgavie cross in the first half, and a half volley from Amanda Murray off an Olivia Feeley corner in the second half gave Yarmouth (8-0-1) a win over the Raiders (3-6) at Fryeburg.

SACOPEE VALLEY 1, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 0: McKenzie Murphy received a throw-in from Brynn Hink at the far corner of the box and fired a shot into the opposite side with 17 minutes remaining, and the Hawks (6-0-1) got by Old Orchard Beach (1-6-2) in Hiram.

Madison Day made five saves for Sacopee Valley. Tiffany Leclair had 14 for the Seagulls.

FALMOUTH 5, FREEPORT 0: Amelia Waite had two goals and two assists as the Yachtsmen (5-4) cruised to a win over the Falcons (5-3) in Freeport.

Madison Wolf had a goal and two assists, and Cali Wiberg and Kelly Yoon each added a goal for Falmouth.

Jordan Randall made 12 saves Freeport.

POLAND 3, WELLS 2: Jessica Pratt scored three goals as the Knights (3-4) beat the Warriors (0-7) at Wells.

Pratt put in the go-ahead goal with eight minutes remaining in the game, then added another two minutes later to extend the lead to 3-1.

Elena Fortin scored with four minutes remaining for Wells.

Hannah Cottis also had a goal for the Warriors.

Madison Simard made 17 saves for Poland. Lauren Bartlett stopped nine shots for Wells.

WAYNFLETE 3, ST. DOMINIC 0: Ava Farra opened the scoring off a feed from Lydia Giguere 10 minutes into the second half, and the Flyers (5-2-1) pulled away from the Saints (1-9) at Portland.

Amelia Bertaska added a goal for Waynflete off a corner kick, while Clara Sandberg scored on Giguere’s second assist with 10 minutes remaining.

Ali Pope turned aside four shots for the Flyers. Abby Castonguay stopped 14 shots for St. Dominic.

CAMDEN HILLS 3, LEWISTON 0: Kristina Kelly’s two goals led Camden Hills (8-1) to a victory over the Blue Devils (5-3-1) in Lewiston.

Bryn Anderson also scored while Charlotte Messer recorded two assists.

Isabelle Lang had four saves for the Windjammers. Kallie May and Taylor Chamberlain combined for 14 saves for Lewiston.


GORHAM 2, BONNY EAGLE 0: Erin Esty scored the go-ahead goal off a pass from Karen Stemm with 15 minutes left in the second half, and the Rams (7-2-2) went on to beat the Scots (2-8) at Gorham.

Mary Adams extended Gorham’s lead with 7:58 left.

Chloe Owen made 12 saves for Bonny Eagle.

SCARBOROUGH 3, BIDDEFORD 0: The Red Storm (8-2) scored a pair of second-half goals to pull away from the Tigers (3-7) at Scarborough.

Kristen Levesque’s goal gave Scarborough a 1-0 halftime lead. Lucy Malia and Lauren Topchik scored after intermission.

Sam Carriero turned aside five shots for the Red Storm. Taylor Wildes made 11 saves for Biddeford.

THORNTON ACADEMY 7, PORTLAND 0: Catherine Henaire scored three consecutive second-half goals and added an assist to help the Golden Trojans (7-2-1) pull away from the host Bulldogs (2-8) at Portland.

Taylor Ouellette had two goals and an assist, Isabella Robinson added a goal and an assist, and Grace Decker chipped in a goal.

MASSABESIC 8, WINDHAM 0: Jackie Bearse scored twice in the first 12 minutes, setting the tone for the Mustangs (9-1-1) in victory over Windham (4-5-1) at Waterboro.

Logan Champlin and Sophia Lafrance also scored two goals apiece for Massabesic. Emma Rutledge had a goal and an assist, and Emma Desrochers also scored.

Massabesic goalie Madyson Pomerleau stopped all four shots. Savannah Rice made 18 saves for the Eagles.

SOUTH PORTLAND 4, SANFORD 1: The Red Riots (4-6) scored four unanswered goals to defeat the Spartans (2-7) at Sanford.

Kyleigh Cote opened the scoring for Sanford with an assist from Delaney Tanguay with 19:49 remaining the first half.

Olivia Kierstead and Sophia Cummings countered with goals in the final three minutes before intermission for South Portland.

Maddie Drolet turned aside seven shots for the Red Riots.

Amber Singleton stopped 12 for the Spartans.

WESTBROOK 7, NOBLE 1: Avery Tucker scored three goals – two in the first half – and the Blue Blazes (6-2-1) cruised past the Knights (1-8) at North Berwick.

Jaclyn Hazelwood had a pair of goals for Westbrook, Elizabeth Barlow and Madeline Herbert also scored, and Mary Keef dished out a pair of assists.

Emily Silver scored a second-half goal for Noble.

MT. VIEW 3, WINSLOW 1: Reanna Boulay scored with 7:48 to play in the second half to give Mustangs (5-6) the lead for good as they edged the Black Raiders (4-6-1) at Thorndike.

Michelle Bilodeau and Maddy Knowlton also scored for Mt. View. Weslee Littlefield scored for Winslow.

MT. BLUE 4, EDWARD LITTLE 1: Sam Ellis had a goal and an assist, Leah St. Laurent had a pair of assists, and Mt. Blue (10-0-1) downed the Red Eddies (5-5-1) in Auburn.

Molly Harmon, Adelle Foss and Maddy Bard also scored for the Cougars, with Gracie Foss adding an assist. Kaylie Vallee scored for Edward Little.


WINDHAM 3, THORNTON 0: Megan Fleck served seven aces and made four kills to lead Windham (3-6) to a 25-20, 25-19, 25-14 victory over the Trojans (0-9) at Saco.

Fleck, who also had 13 assists, was complemented by Jamie Jannarone with six aces, five kills and two digs.

Kim Grant had an ace and five kills for Thornton.

DEERING 3, KENNEBUNK 0: Maddy Broda had 25 assists to help Deering (6-3) sweep Kennebunk (4-5) at Portland.

Kaylee Helmick added nine kills and Cindy Hoang had eight aces for Deering, which won 25-12, 25-20, 25-20.

Emily Hickey had eight kills for Kennebunk.