No. 1 Yarmouth/Freeport 9, No. 8 Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse/Medomak 1
Sophie Smith scored four goals for the Clippers in the win over the Eagles. Avery Buchanan notched two goals, while Celia Zinman and Emma White had a goal and two assists. Isabel Peter potted a goal. Valier Swenson scored the lone goal for Mt. Ararat. Lexi Wiles made six saves in the win and Riley Walters made 43 saves. The Clippers will take on the Winslow Co-op in the regional semifinals, which is Saturday.
No. 5 Winslow/Gardiner/Cony/Messalonskee/Lawrence/Erskine/Maranacook 3, No. 4 St. Dom’s 1
Abby Allen had two third-period goals for the Black Tigers to defeat the Saints. Kate Nichols added the insurance goal later in the period. Katie Bedard and Alexa Caraccamo had an assist in the game. Lily Fortin gave St. Dom’s a 1-0 lead in the second period.
No. 2 Penobscot Pioneers 12, No. 7 Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland 3
Paige Oakes had a hat trick and an assist for the second-seeded Pioneers in their quarterfinal win over the seventh-seeded Red Hornets. Anna Molloy added two goals and two assists and Delaney Carr scored twice for Penobscot. Jordin Williams assisted on six goals and scored one. Hanna Marsh, Isabelle Brideau, Meghan Delahanty, and Sophie Helper each had a goal and an assist. Kylee Spugnardi scored two goals and had an assist for the Red Hornets. Helena Moon also found the back of the net. Pioneers goalie Abbie Derosier made 16 saves, and Izzy Jalbert stopped 55 shots for Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland. Penobscot battles Brunswick in the regional semis this Saturday.
No. 3 Brunswick 6, No. 6 Lewiston/Oak Hill 1
Lisi Palmer contributed two goals in the third-seeded Dragons’ win over the sixth-seeded Blue Devils. Lauren Labbe chipped in with a goal and assist. Gillian Countway, Emily Wallace, and Lilly Calderwood had goals. Fiona Landry found the back of the cage for Lewiston/Oak Hill. Hensleigh Labonte made eight saves for the victory.
No. 4 Falmouth/Scarborough 3, No. 5 Biddeford/Kennebunk/Thornton/Wells 2
Three different players scored for Falmouth/Scarborough in the win over the Tigers. After McKenzie Caron gave the Biddeford co-op a 1-0 lead early in the first period, Morgan Adams tied the game later in the period for Falmouth/Scarborough. Audrey Farnham potted a goal in the middle frame for Falmouth/Scarborough and Trinity Grenier had a third-period tally to extend the lead to 3-1. Jordan Dube scored a late goal for the Tigers. Mariah Villandry made 38 saves in the losing effort. Falmouth/Scarborough will meet No. 1 Cheverus/Windham, who had a quarterfinal bye, in the regional semifinals on Saturday.
No. 2 Gorham Co-op 8, No. 7 Greely/Gray-New Gloucester 0
Greta Grant scored twice and had two assists in the second-seeded Rams victory over the seventh-seeded Rangers. Emerson Homa and Katelyn Cyr each had two goals for the Gorham co-op, while Azalea Grant had a goal and two assists and Marissa Payne contributed one goal and one assist. Charley Louie made 34 saves for Greely/Gray-New Gloucester. The Rams will take on Portland/Cape Elizabeth/Deering/South Portland/Waynflete in the regional semis on Saturday.
No. 3 Portland Co-op 9 No. 6 York/Traip/Marshwood/Noble 3
Marina Bassett and Phoebe Knoll notched a pair of goals and had an assist in the Beacons’ win over the Wildcats. Evelyn Agrodnia, Hartson Mosunic, and Chloe Marblestone all had a goal and an assist. Gabbie Harrigan and Libby Hooper potted a goal. Jane Flynn had three assists. Keele Ford potted a goal and notched an assist for the York co-op. Kiera Alessi and Phebe Schroeck also scored.