WATERVILLE — The Waterville girls swept Camden Hills 5-0 in the Eastern Class B girls tennis semifinals on Saturday to remain unbeaten for the season.

Colleen O’Donnell defeated Camilla Walker 6-1, 6-0 at first singles for the Purple Panthers (15-0). Tiffany Suchanek won by default at second singles and Federica Miele earned the win at third singles with a 6-3, 6-3 victory over Macy Buck.

In doubles action, Lauren Hallenbeck and Jayme Saulter beat Hannah Olsen and Katie Vannorseall 6-2, 6-2 while Emma Cristan and Emily Dufour topped Ann Hoffman and Hannah Wells 6-0, 6-0.

Waterville advances to Wednesday’s regional final. Camden Hills finishes its season at 12-3.

Eastern A girls

Mt. Blue 3, Hampden 2: The Cougars earned wins at third singles and both doubles to advance to the regional final.

Savannah Swain defeated Kristi Reichel 7-5, 6-2 at third singles. Cassidy Bigos and Alyssa White topped Bekah Boomer and Olivia Gower 4-6, 7-5, 6-2 at No. 1 doubles while Thia Bridges and Eryn Doiron beat Sarah Boomer and Kelly Martin 6-4, 2-6, 6-1.

Eastern A boys tennis

No. 2 Bangor 5, No. 3 Erskine 0: Sam Bolduc held off Zhong McClure in at No. 1 singles, winning the second set 7-5, as the Rams beat the Eagles in a KVAC A semifinal in Bangor.

Bangor improves to 15-0 and advances to play in the regional final Wednesday. No. 3 Erskine ends the season 10-4.

Bolduc won the first set against McClure 6-0. Also winning singles matches for Bangor were Josh Audibert and Mateo Larado.

Western C boys

No. 6 NYA 3, No. 2 Hall-Dale 2: Brad Potter beat Joshua Peterson in three sets at No. 3 singles to lift the Panthers to the semifinal win in Farmingdale.

NYA advances to play in the regional final on Wednesday. Hall-Dale ends the season 13-2.

Burke Paxton and Bryce Tetrault also won at singles for NYA. Hall-Dale earned a pair of wins in doubles competition with Nick Bates and Bryson Camp at No. 1 and Ryan Branscom and Andrew Peterson at No. 2.


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