KENNEBUNK — Hallie Schwartzman would score two goals for the Kennebunk girls soccer team as it shut out Biddeford 3-0 on Monday.

Schwartzman would get the Rams on the board at the 16:23 mark in the first half, making it 1-0 at the break. Schwartzman would add her second less than six minutes into the second half, assisted by Emily Archibald, to extend the Rams lead.

Archibald would score a goal of her own with eight seconds remaining on a header off a corner kick from Schwartzman.

Kennebunk improves to 5-2 on the season while Biddeford drops to 1-7.

FIELD HOCKEY                           


The Biddeford field hockey team would score two goals in the first half and hold off the Gorham offense in the second to win 2-1 on Monday.

Abby Allen would put Biddeford ahead just eight minutes into the game. Brooklyn Goff followed that up with a goal of her own, assisted by Megan Mourmouras, to give the Tigers the 2-0 advantage at the break.

Grace McGouldrick would get Gorham on the board in the second to cut the lead in half, but the Biddeford defense held on down the stretch to secure the win.

Biddeford goalie Taylor Wildes recorded nine saves on the day for the Tigers, who improve to 6-2 on the season.


The Mustangs topped Falmouth on Monday to stay perfect at 8-0.

Logan Champlin gave Massabesic the early lead by scoring twice in the first seven minutes of play. The first goal came on a pass from Emma Rutledge while the second was unassisted.

MaryKate Bayer would cut the Falmouth deficit to 2-1 at the 26:54 mark in the second, but Rutledge scored a goal of her own with 4:48 remaining to secure the win. Camryn Champlin had the assist.

Mady Pomerleau made five stops in the cage for Massabesic.



The visiting Tigers swept Portland in three sets on Friday afternoon to improve to 5-1 on the season.

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