By Sun Journal staff

WESTBROOK — The Western Maine Conference men’s and women’s teams prevailed with 4-2 and 5-0 respective victories over the Southern Maine Activities Association on Tuesday in the Senior Invitational All-Soccer, which benefits the Special Olympics.

In the women’s game, Hannah Young, of Greely, Tess Beem, of Yarmouth, Riza LePage, of Greely and St. Dom’s graduate Erynne Landry each scored goals. In the men’s game, Yarmouth’s Johnny Murphy and St. Dom’s Matthew Barlion each scored two goals. Cape Elizabeth’s Armory Houghton scored the other goal.

WESTBROOK — The Western Maine Conference men’s and women’s teams prevailed with 4-2 and 5-0 respective victories over the Southern Maine Activities Association on Tuesday in the Senior Invitational All-Soccer, which benefits the Special Olympics.

In the women’s game, Hannah Young, of Greely, Tess Beem, of Yarmouth, Riza LePage, of Greely and St. Dom’s graduate Erynne Landry each scored goals. In the men’s game, Yarmouth’s Johnny Murphy and St. Dom’s Matthew Barlion each scored two goals. Cape Elizabeth’s Armory Houghton scored the other goal.


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