Elise Gearan and Audrey Murray scored second-half goals and Jordan Wolf made 10 saves, including one on a penalty kick, to lead Falmouth to a 2-1 win at Cheverus in girls’ soccer Thursday afternoon.

Gearan finished a long feed from Mackenzie Verlee eight minutes into the second half to put the Navigators (5-0-1) ahead. Murray then scored unassisted a minute later to make it 2-0.

Kadynne Smith of Cheverus (5-2) scored out of a scrum with 20 minutes left to cut the deficit to 2-1. That was Wolf’s first goal allowed all season, but she protected the lead by stopping Julia Kratzer’s penalty kick with 14 minutes left.

PORTLAND 4, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Vanessa Connolly turned away seven shots, Anneliese Collin scored twice and Eliza Stein added a goal and an assist as the Bulldogs (3-5) defeated the Red Riots (0-7) in South Portland.

Kendall Sniper also scored and Elizabeth Littell had two assists.

South Portland keeper Elise Connor made eight saves.

SCARBOROUGH 6, SANFORD 0: Lana Djuranovic scored three goals and set up another, powering the Red Storm (7-0) past the Spartans (2-4) at Scarborough.

Evelyn Boardman had a goal and an assist. Ali Mokriski and Dani Michaud also scored.

BONNY EAGLE 0, GORHAM 0: Rachel Gross made two saves for Gorham (5-0-2) and Ember Hasting had 13 saves for Bonny Eagle (2-5-1) in a draw at Gorham.

YORK 3, WELLS 0: Ava Giacobba knocked in a corner kick from Chloe Bourque in the eighth minute, and Delaney Foley and Ella Boissonneault also scored in the first half as the Wildcats (4-2) beat the Warriors (3-3) in Wells.

WINDHAM 4, MARSHWOOD 0: Sarah Talon had a goal and two assists, and Elizabeth Talbot, Ashley Clark and Abbey Thornton also scored as the Eagles (7-0) cruised past the Hawks (4-3-1) IN Windham.

Samantha Arnold made 25 saves for Marshwood.

THORNTON ACADEMY 2, NOBLE 0: Quincy Thibault broke a scoreless tie 10 minutes into the second half and assisted on Jess Dow’s goal five minutes later as the Trojans (5-1) downed the Knights (4-4) in Saco.

Ava Lomax made five saves for the shutout. Noble keeper Allie Moore had 11 saves.

MORSE 0, LEAVITT 0: Michaela Petterson made eight saves for Morse (1-5-1) and Carlie Leavitt stopped seven shots for Leavitt (1-4-1) as the teams played to a draw in Turner.

VALLEY 10, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 0: Sana Mino scored four goals – all in the first half – to lead the Cavaliers (1-2) to a win over the Lions (0-3) in Bingham.

Kirsten Bigelow, Surata Wright and Madeline Hill added two goals apiece. Kara Bigelow and Hill combined to make 15 saves.

Sophia Steward stopped five shots for Greater Portland Christian.


WAYNFLETE 2, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 0: Samir Sayed and Jacob Woodman each netted a goal for the Flyers (6-1) in a win over the Panthers (3-4) at Portland.

Sayed converted a penalty kick in the third minute. Woodman connected from 25 yards later in the fist half, assisted by Arnau Phillips-Villa.

Nico Kirby made three saves to secure the shutout. NYA keeper Michael Belleau stopped five shots.

GREELY 6, SACOPEE VALLEY 0: Ethan Njitoh collected two goals and an assist to lead the Rangers (3-2) past the Hawks (3-3) in Cumberland.

Caleb Knox added a goal and had two assists. Tate Nadeau, Tommy Bennert and Owen Piesik also scored.

VALLEY 2, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 1: Nick Schrader scored two goals to lead the Cavaliers (1-2) over the Lions (1-3) in Bingham.

Kaden Patterson put in a penalty kick in the second half. Tyler Wilson had two saves for GPCS.

Valley keeper Harry Lewis made five saves.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 2, BOOTHBAY/WISCASSET 0: The Phoenix (2-4) got goals from Cully Johnson and Jesse Lewis to defeat the Wolverines (0-6) in a game stopped after 40 minutes in Jay.

Johnson and Owen Bryant each had an assist.

Spruce Mountain keeper Nate Holland did not make a save, while Wiscasset’s Nate Schute stopped 13 shots.


YORK 4, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 1: Kristen Chipi scored twice, and Lexi Brent and Abigail Armlin added a goal apiece for the Wildcats (6-0) in a win over the Raiders (5-2) at York.

NOBLE 3, PORTLAND/DEERING 0: Haley Martel opened the scoring in the first quarter and added another goal in the fourth as the Knights (3-4) defeated the Bulldogs (0-8) in Portland.

Jenna Baxter made it 2-0 in the second quarter. Noble goalie Trinity Valle made eight saves.

Portland/Deering’s Ella Burdin finished with 12 saves.

CAPE ELIZABETH 4, GREELY 0: Grace Gray recorded a hat trick, and the Capers (5-0-1) used a three-goal fourth quarter to pull away from the Rangers (1-6) at Cape Elizabeth.

Camden Woods had a goal and two assists. Meghan Conley was also credited with an assist.

Savannah Harvey made 21 saves for Greely.

BRUNSWICK 1, OXFORD HILLS 0: Ava Wolverton’s goal in the second quarter was enough for the Dragons (5-2-1) in a win over the Vikings (6-2) at Brunswick.

Ellie Sullivan assisted on Wolverton’s goal. Ahavah Burch made two saves for Brunswick.

Oxford Hills goalie Gabbie Wright stopped five shots.

MT. ARARAT 3, EDWARD LITTLE 2: Lily Koslosky’s third goal of the game, on a penalty stroke, pushed the Eagles (4-3-2) past the Red Eddies (0-7) in Topsham.

Koslosky scored twice in the second quarter to put Mt. Ararat ahead 2-0 at halftime. Leah Thibodeau tied the game with goals in the third and fourth quarters.

Piper Cohen stopped nine shots for Mt. Ararat.

SACOPEE VALLEY 2, TRAIP ACADEMY 1: Avery Magda’s goal 1:14 into overtime gave the Hawks (1-3-3) a win over the Rangers (0-5-1) at Hiram.

Isabelle Edwards put Sacopee ahead early in the third quarter. Traip’s Maggy Johnson tied it with less than two minutes remaining in regulation, redirecting a pass from Torrie Mardock.

Sophie Shortsleeves and Lea Dole each had an assist for Sacopee.


YARMOUTH 3, SCARBOROUGH 1: Four aces from Allie McClafferty helped the Clippers (6-0) win the fourth set and beat the Red Storm (5-1) in Yarmouth, 25-23, 25-22, 15-25, 25-23.

Yarmouth grabbed the first two sets behind the passing of Sophie Dickson (21 assists), but the Red Storm rallied behind their bigger front line, as Maddie Strouse (10 kills, four blocks) and Elisabeth LeFebvre (10 blocks) sparked a third-set victory.

Yarmouth led 24-21 in the final set before Scarborough got the next two points. An apparent block by Strouse was then ruled out and the Clippers survived.

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