MONMOUTH — Tia Day and Haley Fletcher each scored three goals Monday, steering Monmouth to a 10-0 MVC girls’ soccer shutout of Telstar.
Sidney Wilson added a goal and an assist for the Mustangs (12-1-1). Shannon Buzzell, Morgan Rush and Emily Grandahl each had a goal. Caroline Bonenfant, Taylor Spadafora and Caleigh Copeland notched assists.
Mikayla Cameron and Maddie Neal combined for the shutout, with Neal making the lone save. Shannon Alanskas turned away 20 shots for Telstar (0-14).
Carrabec 2, Mt. Abram 1
SALEM — Paige Chadbourne and Liberty Chestnut each scored in the first half Monday, and Carrabec held on for a 2-1 MVC girls’ soccer victory over Mt. Abram.
Kilee Nile assisted the first goal with 25:08 with remaining before halftime. Chestnut chipped in the unassisted tally with 3:53 left.
Lindsay Huff converted a feed from Katie Jordan with under nine minutes to go in the game for the Roadrunners (5-8-1). Abby Brackley had five saves for Mt. Abram. Stephanie Cossaboom guarded the win for the Cobras (6-8) with three saves.
Bangor 4, Mt. Blue 2
FARMINGTON — Bangor broke a 2-2 tie with a pair of goals in the final minutes to beat Mt. Blue 4-2 Monday in a key KVAC girls’ soccer game.
The Cougars (4-8-2) had taken the lead twice on goals by Jocelyn Daggett and Eryn Doiron, but the Rams rallied to tie it 2-2 at the half. Eve George and Lucy Clein had the Bangor goals.
Then with 6:51 left in regulation, Mary Butler broke the tie with a goal. She then set up Alison Boulier for another to complete the win.
Bangor is the top seed in Eastern A at 11-0-2. Mt. Blue is sitting ninth in Eastern A and clinging to the final playoff spot. A win would have secured a tourney berth for the Cougars.
Hope Thompson had a pair of assists for Mt. Blue.
Mt. Abram 2, Dirigo 0
SALEM — Courtland Talmage’s goal 92 seconds into the game Monday night got Mt. Abram off on the right foot in a 2-0 MVC boys’ soccer verdict over Dirigo.
Luke Romanoski assisted Talmage. Bryson Walker added an unassisted goal for the Roadrunners (10-4) with 12:46 remaining in the contest.
Tristen Dyer made three saves in the shutout. Gavin Hebert smothered 13 shots for the Cougars (2-11-1).