YARMOUTH — Jack Jones redirected a low blast from Luke Groothoff past Freeport keeper Atticus Patrick 37 seconds into the match, and top-seeded Yarmouth went on to a 3-0 win over No. 8 Freeport in a Class B South boys’ soccer quarterfinal Thursday afternoon.

It was the 20th straight win for the three-time defending state champion, who will host a semifinal at 6 p.m. Saturday against No. 4 Lincoln Academy.

Groothoff also assisted on the second goal midway through the first half, as Tahj Garvey knocked in the rebound of a Groothoff shot.

Eric LaBrie made it 3-0 in the 34th minute, scoring off a corner kick.

The Yarmouth defense, anchored by center backs Silas Chappell and John D’Appolonia, allowed only five shots overall, and just four that were handled by keeper Cal Owen.

Patrick finished with six saves.

The Clippers improved to 15-0. Freeport finished 9-7.

EDWARD LITTLE 1, CAMDEN HILLS 0: Tyler Morin scored off a free kick by Ibn Khalid with 21 minutes remaining, lifting the third-seeded Red Eddies (11-3-1) over the No. 6 Windjammers (8-4-3) in a Class A North quarterfinal at Bates College.

Eli Thibodeau stopped a penalty kick in the first half to help Edward Little advance to a semifinal Saturday against No. 2 Lewiston.

HALL-DALE 3, LISBON 0: Josh Nadeau set up two goals in the first half, then added a goal in the 78th minute to lead the third-seeded Bulldogs (12-2-1) past the sixth-seeded Greyhounds (8-5-2) in a Class C South quarterfinal at Thomas College.

Nadeau, a sophomore, took a free kick in the 15th minute that was headed in by Alec Byron. Beaux Vachon made it 2-0 with another header, off a Nadeau corner kick.

Nadeau’s late goal came off a pass from Akira Warren.

Hall-Dale will host a semifinal Saturday against No. 7 Traip Academy.

WINSLOW 6, CARIBOU 0: Issac Lambrecht recorded a hat trick to spark the fourth-seeded Black Raiders (12-3) past No. 12 Caribou (7-9) in a Class B North quarterfinal at Husson University.

Jake Warn added a goal and two assists, and Max Spaulding and Austin Soucy also scored.

Jake Lapierre made three saves for the Black Raiders, who broke a scoreless tie with four goals in the first nine minutes of the second half.

Winslow will host No. 8 Erskine Academy in the semifinals Saturday.

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