RUMFORD — Nat Crocker converted a pass from Ryan Sinclair with 1:25 left in regulation to give Hall-Dale a 1-0 win over Mountain Valley in a Class C West boys’ soccer semifinal Friday.

The Bulldogs had just defeated the Falcons on Saturday for the Mountain Valley Conference championship in penalty kicks.

The game-winning goal came on a counterattack by the Bulldogs after the Falcons had produced numerous scoring chances at the other end. It was the first time Mountain Valley was shutout this season.

The Falcons ended their season at 14-1-1, ending their most successful season in decades. Mountain Valley’s last unbeaten regular season was in 1995 when the team went 10-0-2 and was the top seed in Western B. The Falcons lost to Marshwood in the regional final. The year before that, Mountain Valley finished 12-0 and was No. 1 but lost in the quarterfinals to Lincoln Academy.

Brian Allen made seven saves for the Bulldogs (15-1), while Dakota Jacques turned aside five shots between the posts for Mountain Valley (15-2-1).

Mountain Valley sent several shots toward the net in the game’s final minutes, yet Allen wasn’t letting anything get past. 

Maranacook 4, Waynflete 1

READFIELD —  Maranacook found the net three times in the second half Friday, as they rolled to a 4-1 victory over Waynflete in more Class C boys’ semifinal soccer action. 

Matt Dubois netted a pair of goals for the Black Bears, with an assist from Mark Buzzell on his first tally. Kodey Solmitz was credited with the other two goals. His second was put in by a Flyer defender.

Girls’ soccer

Maranacook 2, Hall-Dale 0

READFIELD —  Natalie Wicks scored a goal and Maranacook added an own goal Friday in a 2-0 victory over Hall-Dale in a Class C girls’ soccer semifinal contest.

Wicks tallied an unassisted goal for the Black Bears (12-3-1) just under 23 minutes into the game. The second tally went in off a Hall-Dale defender.

Erin D’Angelo made four saves for Maranacook, while Olivia Maynard turned aside seven shots for the Bulldogs (11-6).

Mens’ Basketball

Navy Prep 90, CMCC 89

AUBURN — The Rhode Island-based NAVY Prep men’s basketball squad had four players in double figures Friday as it edged Central Maine Community College, 90-89, in a hard-fought contest at Kirk Hall. 

Dom Antonelli led Navy with 25 points, while Nate Messer chipped in with 20. Mitchell Baldwin put 17 points on the board, while Louie Pillan added 10.  The contest was tied at 49-49 at the half, indicative of just how close this one was throughout.

The Mustangs were paced by Jeremy Suero with 22 points, while Xavier Colbert chipped in with 15. CMCC (2-1) took an 89-88 lead with 53 seconds left to play, yet couldn’t defend against a determined Navy squad.

Women’s basketball

CMCC 65, Daniel Webster 48

Central Maine Community College overcame a slow start and ramped up its offense in the second half to pull away from Division III Daniel Webster 65-48 on Friday.

Using their pressure defense and a new found sense of urgency, the Mustangs held the hosts to just 14 points over the first 18 minutes of the second half.

Three Central Maine players reached double-figure scoring. Gabby Foyhit from downtown three times to finish with team-high 15 points. Laura Soohey posted a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds, while Kat Styles scored 13 points in just 12 minutes.

Corrie Kinder tallied five points, eight rebounds, six assists, and four steals.