High school roundup: Oxford Hills edges Mt. Blue in girls’ soccer

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The Vikings scored first when Ally Hanley converted a relay from Hannah Mathieu for a 1-0 halftime lead.

Caitlyn Kane evened the contest at 1-1 in the second stanza for the Cougars.

Goalie Addie Schanz made 12 saves for Mt. Blue, while goalie Sam Bickford interrupted nine to earn the win in net for Oxford Hills.

Lewiston 5, Skowhegan 0

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SKOWHEGAN — Adela Kalilwa led a group of five players to record goals Tuesday as Lewiston rolled to a 5-0 win over Skowhegan in a late-season KVAC girls’ soccer tilt.

Emily Gosselin, Taylor Chamberlain, Morgan Eliasen and Ally Frechette also tallied for the Blue Devils (6-6-0) to complete the scoring.

Kelsey St. Cyr needed only three saves to notch the shutout, while Maddy Schrader turned aside 22 shots between the posts for Skowhegan (1-11-0).

Spruce Mountain 1, Winslow 0

JAY — Megan Duval fired a low, blistering shot into the far corner Tuesday that allowed Spruce Mountain to come away with a 1-0 win over Winslow.

Duval’s game-winning shot cqame at the 34 minute mark in the first period.

Veteran keeeper Emily Keene made 17 saves to preseve the shutout, while Hillary Libby turned aside six shots for Winslow.

Leavitt 3, Gardiner 0

TURNER — Nikki Daigle netted a pair of goals Tuesday to propel Leavitt to a 3-0 victory over Gardiner.

The Hornets jumped out to a 1-0 lead early when she converted a pass from Livie Gilbert. Shannon O’Malley also tallied for Leavitt to complete the scoring.

Angela Daigle needed only three saves to record the shutout, while Lauren Boyington turned back seven shots for Gardiner.

Edward Little 4, Lawrence 1

FAIRFIELD — Freshman striker Piper Norcross scored two goals to lead Edward Little to a 4-1 victory over Lawrence in KVAC girls’ soccer action Tuesday.

The Red Eddies (10-1-2) scored the opening goal, and the Bulldogs tied the contest at 1-1 before the half.

Edward Little rattled off three goals in the first 15 minutes of the second half for the full compliment of scoring.

Goalie Lauren Wadleigh made 14 saves for Lawrence, while goalie Molly Murray prevented 13 to earn the win in net for Edward Little.

Field hockey

Winthrop 1, Mountain Valley 0

WINTHROP — Emily Goulet fired a shot into the net with 20 minutes left in regulation to give Winthrop a 1-0 victory over Mountain Valley in an MVC field hockey tilt Tuesday.

Corinna Coulton made four saves for the Ramblers (7-4-3) to notch the shutout, while Cassidy Thibodeau deflected 17 shots for the Falcons.

Boys’ soccer

Edward Little 6, Lawrence 1

AUBURN — Noah Perron and Yusuf Adow netted two goals each Tuesday as Edward Little hustled to a 6-1 win over Lawrence in a late-season KVAC boys’ soccer tilt.

Maslah Hassan and Kaleb Main also tallied for the Red Eddies (8-4-1) to complete the scoring.

Lew Jensen made five saves to notch the shutout, while Max Martin turned aside three shots between the posts for Lawrence (1-10-1).

Hall-Dale 2, Mt. Abram 0

SALEM — Senior midfielder Jake Young scored the game-clincher just 3:35 into the contest as Hall-Dale wrestled a 2-0 victory from Mt. Abram in MVC boys’ soccer action Tuesday.

The Bulldogs (11-1) posted two goals in the first half. Nate Crocker contributed the second tally.

Goalie Trisen Dyer made eight saves for the Roadrunners (8-4).

Brian Allen stopped three shots to earn the win in net for Hall-Dale.

Lewiston 4, Skowhegan 0

LEWISTON — Abdulkarim Abdulle netted a pair of goals Tuesday afternoon to lead Lewiston to a 4-0 victory over Skowhegan in more late-season boys’ soccer action.

Piwe Mohamad and Ibrahim Hussein also tallied for the Blue Devils (11-0-1) to complete the scoring.

Mike Long, Mohamed Khalid and Hassan Mohamed also contributed with assists in a solid effort.

Austin Wing needed only two saves to preserve the shutout, while Devon Frost deflected eight shots for Skowhegan (0-9-2).

Yarmouth 8, Gray-New Gloucester 1

GRAY — Chris Pidde led a group of four players to score twice Tuesday as Yarmouth overpowered Gray-New Gloucester 8-1 in more late-season boys’ soccer action.

Nick Kamra, Adam Labrie and Noah Pellerin also tallied a pair of goals each for the Clippers (8-2-2) to complete the scoring.

Tyler St. Pierre scored the Patriots’ (5-4-2) lone goal in the second half.

Alex Lyon made four saves for Yarmouth, while John Villenueva turned aside six shots for Gray-New Gloucester.

Gardiner 3, Leavitt 2

GARDINER — Senior midfielder Josh Caldwell scored a pair of goals to lead Gardiner to a 3-2 victory over Leavitt in KVAC boys’ soccer action Tuesday.

The Hornets (6-6) tied the game twice. But, Dylan Haskell hooked a ball out of a scrum into the cage to push the Tigers (4-8) past Leavitt with 15 minutes remaining in regulation.

Goalie Ben Fullerton made 13 saves for Leavitt, while goalie Tyler Edwards deflected seven shots to earn the win in net for Gardiner.

St. Dom’s 3, Carrabec 1

NORTH ANSON — Senior midfielder Adam Vining netted a pair of goals to pace St. Dom’s to a 3-1 victory over Carrabec in MVC boys’ soccer action Tuesday.

The Saints (8-2-2) took a 2-0 halftime as Vining scored both goals in the opening frame. Connor Samson tapped in an insurance tally following a Carrabec goal in the second half.

Nickolas Cowen earned a penalty kick goal for the Cobras (7-5) to spoil the shutout.

Goalie Colby Forton made 15 saves for Carrabec, while goalie Ben Sawyer repelled three to earn the win in net for St. Dom’s.

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