FALMOUTH, Maine — The York High School field hockey team extended its win streak to 46 games with its best performance of the season on Monday night.
Star senior Lily Posternak scored two goals, and the Wildcats left no doubt in a 5-0 win over Falmouth, which entered as the top team in the Class A South.
York improved to 10-0 atop the Class B South. Falmouth dropped to 9-2.
York pulled ahead early behind a flurry of strikes on penalty corners. Posternak, Sydney Bouchard and Allie Lawlor each scored to open a 4-0 advantage, and freshman Bailey Oliver later capped the scoring.
York hosts winless Lake Region on Thursday.
Traip 4, Old Orchard 0
OLD ORCHARD BEACH, Maine — Sierra O’Brien led the way with two goals as Traip improved to 7-1 in the Class C South.
Madison Andrews and Molly Humiston each added a goal for the Rangers. Freshman Ashleigh Marino gave the team some solid minutes on both ends of the field, and goalie Nicole Roberts posted her fifth shutout of the season.
Dover 3, Winnacunnet 1
HAMPTON — The Green Wave improved to 8-1 in Division I with Monday's four-set win. The scores were 25-12, 21-25, 25-12, 25-14. Winnacunnet dropped to 1-8.
Hannah Jelley had nine kills, while Sarah Quinn added eight kills and two blocks. Brynn Coleman had seven kills and two blocks.
Dover plays at Goffstown Wednesday.
Spaulding 3, Keene 0
ROCHESTER — The Red Raiders bounced back from their first loss to roll over Keene in three sets — 25-10, 25-15, 25-15.
Faith George led Spaulding (6-1) with 10 kills. Ashley Tanguay added six kills and Olivia Noonan had 31 assists.
The Red Raiders play at Manchester Memorial Wednesday.
Farmington 3, Moultonborough 2
MOULTONBOROUGH — The Tigers came from two sets down to upend Moultonborough on the road Monday in Division III. The set scores were 22-25, 23-25, 25-20, 25-10, 15-10.
Kayleigh MacDougall led Farmington (6-1) with 14 kills and seven digs, while Gillian Kobbe had 11 kills, 21 digs and served 24 for 24. Katie Martineau added 12 digs and 10 kills, and Tatyana Long had 35 assists.
The Tigers host unbeaten rival Nute Wednesday. Moultonborough is 5-3.
Epping 3, Belmont 0
EPPING — Senior Sophia Randall had seven aces, seven kills, eight digs and a block to pace the Blue Devils, who won in straight sets — all by scores of 25-18. Epping improved to 5-2 in Division III.
Seniors Maddie Bentz (3 aces, kill, 8 digs, 10 assists) and Emily Colban (2 aces, 12 digs) were other Epping leaders.
Exeter 3, Timberlane 0
EXETER — Senior libero Jessica Peirce posted 19 digs and three aces and the Blue Hawks rolled in set scores of 25-12, 25-14, 25-16. Exeter improved to 5-4 in Division I.
Senior outside hitter Sophia Scola tallied nine kills and senior middle Caleigh Bousquin added seven kills and three blocks in the win.
Plymouth 5, Coe-Brown 4, 2OT
NORTHWOOD — Chelsea McCallion scored twice for the Bears while Kate Clinch added a goal and an assist during Monday's double-overtime setback. Samantha Troy converted on a penalty kick while Makenzie Daly and Summer Barnes also added assists. Megan Edgecomb, Halie Holland, and Jaden Boulanger all played strong games for the Bears (3-7).
Coe-Brown travels to Hollis-Brookline on Thursday.
Poland 2, Traip 1
POLAND, Maine — Goalie Sommer Huntress made nine saves in a narrow loss at Class B Poland. The Rangers moved to 3-5 in the Class C South.
Sadie Humiston netted Traip’s lone goal on a direct kick just outside of the penalty box. Poland answered and held its 2-1 lead at halftime.
Traip girls share 4th place at Poland
POLAND, Maine — Freshman Josephine Ek placed fourth overall in a time of 21:56, and the Traip girls cross country team took fourth in a five-team meet hosted by Poland.
Amelia Lorrey added a 10th-place finish (22:46) for the Rangers, who finished with 91 points in the meet. Winner Greely (46) was paced by Kate Curran’s first-place finish in 20:47.
The Traip boys placed fifth and were paced by Jacob Christiansen in 16th (19:36).
MIDDLE SCHOOL FIELD HOCKEY
Greenland 5, Portsmouth 1
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth Middle School couldn’t catch neighbor Greenland on the turf at Portsmouth High School. PMS goalie Samara Buck made four saves, and Sydney Szmyt had Portsmouth’s lone goal. Melissa Gaudreau, Allie Mitchell and Alexis Dumont added strong games defensively.