The North Yarmouth Academy girls’ soccer team will get to defend its state championship, once again.

Leah Dube netted a hat trick, scoring all three goals in the second half, and the top-seeded Panthers defeated No. 2 Richmond, 7-0, in the Class D South final at Freeport High School on Tuesday night.
NYA (17-0-0) has won the last three Class D titles. Richmond finished 12-5-0.

“Those opportunities, you just never know how they’re going to turn out, never mind just getting there,” NYA Coach Rick Doyon said. “It’s not easy. I don’t care what you’re winning record (is). It’s still not easy, keeping them composed and not getting cocky. You just don’t know in this game.”

Michala Wallace had two goals for the Panthers, while Graca Bila, who gave NYA a 1-0 halftime lead, and Angel Huntsman also had goals.


BRUNSWICK 5, CAMDEN HILLS 1: The top-seeded Dragons scored three goals in the second half to pull away for a win over the Windjammers to win the Class A North title at Cony High in Augusta.


The Dragons improve to 15-0-2 and advance to play South champion Scarborough in the state championship game on Saturday.

Freshman Molly Tefft and sophomore Alexis Morin both scored twice for the Dragons.

Camden Hills took a 1-0 lead in the 12th minute on a goal by Sydney Stone. Tefft scored her first goal in the 25th minute to tie it and scored the go-ahead goal later in the half.

Morin scored her first goal early in the second half, Kynli Van Leer made it 4-1 and before Morin capped the scoring.

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