Leah Snyder converted a through pass from Britta Denny for the go-ahead goal with 15:46 remaining, and second-seeded Camden Hills earned a 2-1 win over No. 3 Brunswick in a Class A North girls’ soccer semifinal Saturday at Augusta’s Cony High School.

Snyder also set up the tying goal by Lea Zwecker early in the second half, just a few minutes after Brunswick’s Hazel Bachman opened the scoring off a corner kick.

Camden Hills (14-1-1) advances to face top-seeded Bangor in the regional final at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Lewiston High.

Brunswick, which eliminated the Windjammers in the 2021 regional semifinals and the 2022 regional final, finished at 11-5.


WELLS 42, FREEPORT 7: Eli Potter rushed for four touchdowns in the first 14 minutes, and the top-seeded Warriors (6-3) converted a blocked punt and three turnovers into touchdowns on the way to a Class D South semifinal over the fifth-seeded Falcons (3-7) in Wells.


The Warriors quickly took advantage of two interceptions and a fumble. After opening the scoring with a 9-yard run, Potter plunged in twice from the 1 to make it 21-0 after one quarter, then added a 28-yard TD run early in the second quarter.

Wells’ second interception led to a 47-yard touchdown pass from Brooks Fox to Dyllan Davis. The Warriors got one more TD to increase the lead to 42-0 at halftime, as Riley Murphy recovered a Wells fumble in the end zone.

Freeport avoided a shutout when James Coffin scored on a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Wells will host the regional final next weekend against third-seeded Winthrop/Monmouth/Hall-Dale.

LEAVITT 59, CAPE ELIZABETH 26: Will Keach rushed for a touchdown, caught a TD pass and returned an interception for a score, and the top-seeded Hornets (9-0) easily handled the fourth-seeded Capers (3-7) in a Class C South semifinal at Turner.

Keach opened the scoring with a 48-yard run, then made it 14-0 with a 40-yard interception return. He added a 30-yard TD catch in the second quarter as Leavitt, the No. 1 team in the Varsity Maine poll, built a 59-7 halftime lead.


Mike Foley returned a fumble for Cape’s only touchdown in the first half and had an 11-yard scoring run late in the game. Tom Hennessey caught two touchdown passes from Brady Inman.

Leavitt will host the regional final against second-seeded Fryeburg Academy.

WINTHROP/MONMOUTH/HALL-DALE 17, OAK HILL 14: Gabe Robinson kicked a 30-yard field goal on the final play of the game as the third-seeded Ramblers (7-3) made a late comeback to beat the second-seeded Raiders (5-4) in a Class D South semifinal in Wales.

Oak Hill led 14-6 until Winthrop’s Braden Branagan threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to Ben Porter with 2:15 remaining. Cody Cobb tied the game with a conversion rush.

Brody Adams then picked off a halfback option pass by Oak Hill, and the Ramblers drove into position for the winning field goal.

Freshman quarterback Kai Taylor threw two long touchdown passes for Oak Hill – 52 yards to Isaac Graham on the first play of the second quarter, and 80 yards to Kaiden Delano later in the second.


In between those scores, Winthrop got a 3-yard TD run from Branagan.

MOUNT DESERT ISLAND 26, CAMDEN HILLS 6: Spencer Laurendeau had four rushing touchdowns, including a pair in the first quarter to stake his team to a 14-0 lead, and the third-seeded Trojans (8-1) defeated the top-seeded Windjammers (8-1) in the 8-man Large School North final at Rockport.

MDI forced five turnovers as it earned a spot in the state championship game next Saturday at Bangor’s Cameron Field against Greely.

Camden Hills cut into its deficit in the second quarter when William Haslam scored on a 1-yard run. But the Windjammers fumbled the kickoff to start the second half, setting up Laurendeau’s third TD, from the 1. Laurendeau added a 5-yard scoring run in the fourth.


WINTHROP/MARANACOOK 2, DEXTER 1: Madeline Wagner scored at the end of a long rush with 2:30 remaining, lifting the Ramblers (15-3) over the Tigers (15-3) for their third consecutive Class C state championship.

Wagner’s second goal of the game came five minutes after Dexter’s Alexandra Vafiades tied the game.

Wagner gave Winthrop a 1-0 lead in the second quarter with a shot that rolled off the pads of goalie Sunny Bache.

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