Falmouth High junior Sofie Matson finished 24th of 40 girls Saturday at the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships in San Diego.

Zofia Dudek, a senior from Ann Arbor, Michigan, won the 5-kilometer race through Balboa Park by less than two seconds over classmate Marlee Starliper of Wellsville, Pennsylvania, in 16 minutes, 45 seconds.

Matson, who contracted a cold earlier in the week, finished in 18:12. At this race last year, she placed 14th in a time 11 seconds faster.

“After I got sick, I had to move beyond my expectations,” Matson said by phone Saturday afternoon. “It’s always kind of a bummer to not be feeling your best when you’re on a national stage.”

Josh Methner of Mount Prospect, Illinois, won the boys’ race by eight seconds in 15:08.


GORHAM 66, BONNY EAGLE 27: Lauren Fotter, Olivia Michaud and Tatyanna Biamby combined for 20 first-half points as the Rams (1-2) jumped out to a 30-12 lead at halftime and easily defeated the Scots (1-2) in Gorham.

Michaud finished with 17 points, Fotter had 14, Biamby chipped in with 12, and Anna Nelson scored 11.

Emily Bartash led Bonny Eagle with six points.


CAPE ELIZABETH 35, FREEPORT 31: William Bowe scored 19 points as the Capers (1-2) got their 15th consecutive win over the visiting Falcons (2-1).

Colby Arsenault had 10 points and Blaine Cockburn scored nine for Freeport.

YARMOUTH 58, LAKE REGION 48: Aidan Hickey scored 16 points to lead the Clippers (2-1) past the Lakers (1-2) in Naples.

Peter Psyhogeos added 10 points for Yarmouth, which led 21-17 at halftime and pulled away with a 23-13 edge in the third quarter.

Lake Region got 20 points from Noah Duprey and 10 from Ethan Willey.

MONMOUTH ACADEMY 67, WISCASSET 13: Brock Bates scored 22 points, and the Mustangs (2-0) opened a 33-1 halftime lead en route to a win over the Wolverines (0-4) in Monmouth.

Gabriel Martin added 13 points.

Noah Haggett topped Wiscasset with five points.


YORK 3, LAKE REGION 2: The Wildcats (1-1) overcame a 2-0 deficit with three goals in the third period to beat Lake Region/Fryeburg/Oxford Hills (1-1) in Dover Ice Arena.

Gordon Diment and Tyler Conant scored power-play goals to tie the game, and Aidan Martin put York ahead with a short-handed goal with 7:05 remaining. The three goals came in a span of just over three minutes.

The Ice Cats got a power-play goal in the second period from Colby Turcotte, assisted by Cam Lepage and Will Galligan. Eddie Thurston made it 2-0 just 1:14 into the third, with an assist from Boden Dock.

York goalie Domenic Carlson stopped 28 shots. Bobby LeBlanc made 29 saves for Lake Region.

SOUTH PORTLAND 3, BANGOR 0: Eric Walker scored in each of the first two periods to lead South Portland/Freeport/Waynflete (2-1) past Bangor (1-2) at Troubh Ice Arena.

Cullen Adams contributed a goal and an assist, and Gus Lappin had two assists.

PORTLAND 4, OLD TOWN 3: Miki Silva’s power-play goal with 8:27 remaining broke a 3-3 tie as Portland/Deering (1-2) edged Old Town/Orono at Troubh Ice Arena.

Nick Becker scored twice and Nick McGonagle had a goal and an assist for the Bulldogs. Peter Gribbin assisted on two goals, and Silva’s go-ahead goal was set up by Max Cheever.

Tanner Evans, Adam Henderson and Sam Henderson scored for Old Town.

SCARBOROUGH 4, GORHAM 1: Cam Budway scored twice for the Red Storm (1-0) in a victory over the Rams (0-1-1) at USM Ice Arena.

Nolan Matthews assisted on both of Budway’s goals and also set up Dawson Gendreau in the first period. Zach Chaisson got the final Scarborough goal.

Jonah Bird scored for Gorham in the third period.


YORK 3, EDWARD LITTLE 2: Meagan Wentworth and Sophia Santamaria scored in the first period, and Maggie Hanlon got the eventual winner in the second period as York/Traip/Marshwood (1-6) upset Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland (3-1-1) at Rochester Ice Arena.

Sophia Castagna and Eve Martineau scored for the Red Hornets. Molly Sirois notched an assist.

LEWISTON 8, MT. ARARAT 0: Leah Dube, Leah Landry and Paige Pomerleau each scored two goals, and the Blue Devils (6-0) blanked Mt. Ararat/Morse/Lisbon (3-2) at Watson Arena.

Lewiston opened the scoring with a power-play goal by Leah Landry just 1:13 into the game. The Blue Devils got four goals in the second period to make it 6-0, including a short-handed tally by Gemma Landry.

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