Meranda Martin picked up five goals to lead the Richmond High School girls soccer team to a dominating 12-0 Class D South victory over Pine Tree Academy of Freeport on Tuesday.

The Bobcats improved to 10-1.

Martin also dished out two assists, while Caitlin Kendrick (two goals, two assists) and Destiny Anair (one goal, three assists) had four-point games. Emily Snowdon, Abby Johnson, Camryn Hurley and Cassidy Harriman each added a goal.

Breakers goaltender Taylor Waterman had 13 saves.

Richmond returns to action Thursday at home against Valley at 4 p.m.


Just like in the first meeting of the season, the Shipbuilders fell behind early and came storming back to earn a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B win over the Panthers on Senior Night in Bath.

After firing shot after shot on frame, Emily Martin finally gave Morse the equalizer on a corner with just five minutes left in the first half.

Three minutes into the second frame, Sierra Wallace took an Amanda Gagne pass and sunk a 25-yard shot to make the score 2-1. Wallace added a second goal before Martin rounded out the scoring by stepping around the keeper and finishing with two minutes left in the match.

Seniors Noa Sreden, Hope Faulkingham, Gagne and Paige Daigle all had strong games for the Shipbuilders, who took 18 shots. Marissa Parks had four saves in net and Wallace added an assist.

Morse will travel to Winslow for its final road match of the regular season on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.


The visiting Capers scored two goals in the second half for a Western Maine Conference win over Freeport, which fell to 6-5-2 and hosts Yarmouth in its regular season finale on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

Cape Elizabeth (6-5-1) broke the scoreless tie on a Tori McGrath goal five minutes in the second frame, and Riley Dall tallied nine minutes later for an insurance goal.

Jordan Randall had five saves in goal for Freeport, while Alison Ingalls turned aside three shots for the Capers.

Boys soccer

NORTH ANSON — Russell Marr and Grant Hefler scored a goal each three minutes apart to power Wiscasset to a 2-1 Mountain Valley Conference win over Carrabec.

Marr tallied 11 minutes into the game off an assist from Brandon Goud, and Hefler followed at the 14- minute mark off a pass from Max Sampson.

Jason Atwood answered for the Cobras with 5:25 remaining until halftime, but Wolverines goaltender Conlon Ranta had five saves to preserve the win.

Wiscasset is 8-4 and hosts Dirigo on Thursday at 6 p.m.


The host Bobcats improved to 10-1 with a Class D South win over Pine Tree Academy, which fell to 2-9.

Matt Rines had three goals to lead Richmond, with Cody Tribbet and Nick Adams adding two goals apiece.

Zach Small and John Paradis combined on two saves for the Bobcats, who host Valley on Thursday at 4 p.m.

Jayy Jean-Lewis and Justin Pelletier scored for the Breakers.


Two goals in the late portions of the first half powered host Cape Elizabeth (10- 2-1) to a WMC win over Freeport (6-6-1).

Owen Thoreck and Jacob Allen scored nine minutes apart for a 2-0 halftime lead for the hosts, and Elliott McGinn and Nicolai Sabbatini added goals in the second half for a 4-0 Cape Elizabeth lead.

Freeport’s Eriksen Shea scored an unassisted goal for Freeport, which finishes its regular season at Yarmouth on Thursday at 6 p.m.

Sabbatini had two assists in the win.


The host Panthers broke open a scoreless game with a goal in each half for a KVAC Class B win over the 7-5 Shipbuilders.

Joey Horowitz gave Medomak Valley a 1-0 halftime lead, converting a pass from Cameron Hopkins.

Zidane McMurrin made it a 2-0 game when he finished off a setup from Adam Eutsler.

Alex Fernald had 12 saves for Morse, which hosts Winslow on Thursday at 6 p.m. Declan Hall and Dakota Freeman played well for the Shipbuilders.

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