Grace Badger scored an unassisted purpose with 17 mins to play in the primary half of as Wells shut out York 1-0 Monday in a women’ football recreation at York.
Savannah Tardiff made 10 saves for Wells (4-1).
York dropped to 2-3-1.
WAYNFLETE 3, TRAIP ACADEMY 0: Lucy Olson and Iris Stutzman had first-half objectives because the Flyers (4-0) blanked the Rangers (2-3) at Portland.
Lucy Hart added a purpose in the second one half of, and Morgan Earls equipped a couple of assists.
BIDDEFORD 6, PORTLAND/DEERING 0: Ayla Lacasse had 3 first-half objectives, two in the second one quarter, to gasoline the assault for the Tigers (6-0) as they cruised previous the host Bulldogs (0-5) at Fitzpatrick Stadium.
Lily LeSieur had a purpose in each and every half of for Biddeford, with Kiki Jackson rounding out the scoring in the fourth quarter.
Emma Walsh had 28 saves for Portland/Deering; Parker Werner had a couple for the shutout.
MT. ARARAT 2, MT. BLUE 0: Rebecca St Pierre knocked house a second-quarter purpose because the Eagles (6-2) beat the Cougars (1-6) at Topsham.
Belle Hemond put her shot to the highest left nook to spherical out the scoring for Mt. Ararat.
FALMOUTH 1, MASSABESIC 0: Anna Turgeon’s purpose in the primary quarter held up because the Navigators (3-3) crowned the visiting Mustangs (2-4).
GORHAM 7, KENNEBUNK 0: Ellie Szostalo scored on a penalty nook from Annie Cunningham after which arrange Brooke Farquhar for a rating as Gorham (4-2) took a 2-0 first-quarter lead as they shut out Kennebunk (0-5-1) at Kennebunk.
Annabelle Collier, Cunningham and Farquhar added third-quarter objectives, and Reece Leclerc and Julia Wareham closed out the scoring in the fourth.
Maddie Stevens stopped 14 pictures for Kennebunk.
DEERING 3, BONNY EAGLE 0: The Rams (6-0) were given objectives from 3 gamers and shut out the Scots (0-6) in Portland.
Daniel Landry scored in the 7th minute, and Ethan Fisher made it 2-0 from Patricio Mowa in the twentieth minute.
Alberto Bayata were given the overall purpose in the 5th minute of the second one half of.
GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 3, CHOP POINT 2: Papa Osei scored 3 objectives, together with the winner in additional time, to guide the Lions (3-1) over the Blue Bears (1-2) in Woolwich.
Osei, an eighth-grader, has 10 objectives this season.
Logan Hoffman made seven saves for the Lions. Simon Wilkinson and Elie Lemelin scored for Chop Point.