Local roundup: Bulldogs beat stubborn Eddies

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FAIRFIELD — Lauren Watson scored all three goals and Domi Lewis picked up two assists as No. 2 Lawrence steered past No. 7 Edward Little with a 3-1 win in a field hockey quarterfinal Tuesday.

The Red Eddies (6-8-1) were stubborn in the first half as the teams played to a scoreless tie going into the half. But that’s when Watson went on her scoring spree and picked up a hat trick along the way for the Bulldogs (13-2).

Edward Little’s goal also came in the second half when Victoria Beliveau scored thanks to assists from Jasmine Wyman and Brooke Lever.

EL goalie Danica Nadeau was busy all afternoon, making 38 saves. Lawrence outshot the Red Eddies, 47-12.

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Messalonskee 6, Oxford Hills 0

WATERVILLE — Natalie St. Pierre led a group of six players to record goals as Messalonskee rolled to a 6-0 romp over Oxford Hills in an Eastern Class A field hockey prelim Tuesday.

Lydia Dexter, Ally Leighton, Riley Field, Emily Hogan and Sierra McLullen also tallied for the Eagles (13-2) to complete the scoring. Hannah Phinney needed only two saves to preserve the shutout, while Shannon Fillebrown turned aside 13 shots for the Vikings (9-6).

Boys’ soccer

Waterville 3, Leavitt 1

TURNER — After a slow 1-0 start in the first frame, Waterville got its offense in gear and pulled away to record a 3-1 win over Leavitt in boys’ soccer action Tuesday.

Danilo Guthro, Ethan Cayer and Dalton Henderson all tallied for Waterville, while Tyler Roux scored for Leavitt (7-7).

Liam Edwards made 14 saves for Waterville, while Ben Fullerton finshed his 2014 season with 12 saves.

Richmond 2, Buckfield 1

BUCKFIELD — Marcus Blake fired a free kick into the net from outside the 18 just before the break to give Richmond a 2-1 win over Buckfield Tuesday.

Brendan Emmons also tallied for the Bobcats (14-0) to complete the scoring. Dakota Mosher scored for Buckfield in a solid effort.

Zach Small made seven saves for Richmond, while veteran keeper Calvin Downey deflected 14 shots for Buckfield.

Gray-NG 5, Sacopee Valley 0

GRAY — Tommy Cogswell netted a pair of goals Tuesday to lead Gray-New Gloucester to a 5-0 rout over Sacopee Valley in boys’ soccer action.

Tyler St. Pierre, Bryce Hayman and Jesse Ricardi also tallied for the Patriots (7-5-2) to complete the scoring.

John Henry Villenueva and Brady Darnell combined to record four saves for Gray-New Gloucester, while Michael Pingree turned back seven shots for Sacopee Valley.

North Yarmouth 6, Poland 2

POLAND — After a strong 4-0 start in the first frame, North Yarmouth Academy rolled to a 6-2 victory over Poland in boys’ soccer action Tuesday.

Haize Fassett and DJ Nicholas led the Panthers with two goals each, while Sam Johnson also tallied. The sixth goal was actually put in by Poland.

Ben Campbell and Kyle Radziszewski both scored for the Knights in a solid effort. Zack Lowe and Trevor Saunders combined to record eight saves for Poland.

Girls’ soccer

Richmond 3, Buckfield 1

BUCKFIELD — Richmond rallied back from a 1-0 deficit to post a 3-1 victory over Buckfield in an EWC girls’ soccer tilt Tuesday.

Mae Kolin gave the Bucks (10-3-1) a 1-0 advantage in the first half with an assist from Naudia Wesley.

Kelsey Anair scored twice for the unbeaten Bobcats (14-0), while Autumn Acord also tallied.

Kelsey Obi made seven saves for Richmond, while Bri Damon turned aside 21 shots between the posts for Buckfield.

Waterville 4, Leavitt 0

TURNER — Lydia Roy netted a pair of goals Tuesday to propel Waterville to a 4-0 victory over Leavitt in a KVAC regular season girls’ soccer finale.

Fotini Shanos and Amy Samson also tallied for the undefeated Panthers (14-0) to complete the scoring.

Gabrielle Martin made six saves to notch the shutout, while Angela Daigle deflected 14 shots between the posts for Leavitt.

Poland 2, North Yarmouth 2 (2OT)

NORTH YARMOUTH — Katriana Pratt netted a pair of goals in the second half Tuesday to give Poland a 2-2 tie with North Yarmouth in a girls’ soccer finale.

Taylor Leech scored both goals for NYA (1-11-2) in the first frame.

Erin Brewer made seven saves for the Knights (1-10-3), while Scout Fischman turned aside 10 shots for NYA.

Maranacook 2, Spruce Mountain 0

JAY — Jana Elwell scored the eventual game winning goal just a minute into the game as Maranacook came away with the 2-0 victory over Spruce Mountain in girls’ soccer.

Spruce Mountain thought they had the tying goal shortly there after, but a handball nullified the would be goal.

The game remained 1-0 until Lillie McLaughlin scored with five minutes remaining in the contest.

Elizabeth D’Angelo made five saves for Maranacook while Emily Keene stopped eight shots for Spruce Mountain.

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