LISBON – Joe Gagnon kicked a penalty shot dead center and over the head of the goalie for the game-winner as Jay took the season-opener, 3-1, over Lisbon in boys’ soccer.

The Greyhounds drew first blood with a goal from Eric Metzger, but Jay evened up the contest midway through the first half when Matt Hess put the ball into the top right corner of the net from 18 yards out.

The Tigers (1-0) added a safety on a breakaway that Jamison Turner passed to the right wing, Ben Harvell, who found the left corner of the goal cage.

Traip 10, Poland 0

POLAND – Tyler Metevier scored three goals and seven teammates each added a goal to lead Traip to a 10-0 triumph over Poland.

Traip’s defense limited Poland to one shot on net. Joe Murphy and Matt Mocciola each had 18 saves in goal for the Knights.

Leavitt 3, Lewiston 2

TURNER – Leavitt’s Danny Buzzell headed the ball over goalkeeper Keenan White’s outstretched hand into the corner of the net with 1:52 remaining for the eventual game-winning goal as Leavitt edged Lewiston 3-2 in KVAC soccer.

Chris Rybeck scored a pair of goals for the Hornets, and Kevin Mulherrin stopped 13 shots to preserve the win.

Husayne Carnegie scored twice for the Blue Devils, including a rocket shot from just inside the 18 in the first half. White finished with 10 saves.

Telstar 5, Monmouth 1

MONMOUTH – Telstar wore down Monmouth in the second half to break open a halftime deadlock and pull away for a 5-1 victory.

Monmouth took a 1-0 lead when Devin Robbins converted a throw-in from Nate Armstrong midway through the opening half. The Rebels tied the game by halftime and Matt Zinchuk scored the game-winner to open the second half outburst.

Zinchuk and Frankie Delduca scored two goals apiece for Telstar. Max Meader also scored. Dylan Reny stopped 11 shots for Monmouth, while Mike Fleet has 12 saves for Telstar.

Mt. Ararat 2, EL 0

AUBURN -Andrew Pelletier scored with 9:09 left in the match to help Mt. Ararat gain a 2-0 win over Edward Little in boys’ soccer Friday.

Pelletier dribbled through three defenders and beat EL keeper Josh Mains (six saves) with a shot. Brian Andreason tacked on a goal in the final minute off a penalty kick to produce the final margin.

Brian Bousquet-Smith made two saves for the Eagles.

Mt. Blue 4, Nokomis 1

NEWPORT – Devin Ferierra broke a 1-1 tie with the second of his three goals midway through the first half to send Mt. Blue to a 45-1 triumph over Nokomis.

Ferierra had given the Cougars a 1-0 lead, but Nokomis tied the game when Sam Wilson scored on a direct kick.

Zac Conlogue also scored for Mt. Blue, while Alex Lee and Ben Russell had two assists apiece.

Mt. Blue goalies Devin Zamboni and Joe Whalen combined for five saves. Lane May stopped 14 shots for Nokomis.

Mt. Abram 3, Wiscasset 2

SALEM – Senior striker Chris Smith flicked in the game-winner on a throw-in by Ronal Cabe to lift Mt. Abram to a 3-2 triumph over Wiscasset.

The Roadrunners jumped out to a 2-1 lead at the half on goals from Ronal Cabe and Sterling Hooke. Mike Bonney provided good defense for Mt. Abram in the winning effort.

The Indians (0-1) tallied single goals in each half from Ethan Garceau and Scott James.

Wiscasset goalie Zach Hartman made three saves, while Mt. Abram’s Wyatt Johnson picked up the win on three stops.

St. Dom’s 1, Sacopee 0, OT

SOUTH HIRAM – Spencer Teixeira scored the winning goal with 1:12 remaining in double overtime as St. Dom’s clipped Sacopee Valley in WMC boys’ soccer action Friday.

As time was running out, Ben Randall took a shot for the Saints (1-0) from 20 yards that deflected off the goalie’s chest. Teixeira was able to collect the ball and finish it up.

St. Dom’s outshot the Hawks (0-1) by a margin of 14-1 in the winning effort.

Jay 28, Bucksport 12

BUCKSPORT – Zane Armandi rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown as Jay ran over Bucksport 28-12 in football action Friday night.

Armandi hauled in a 35-yard pass from quarterback Isaac LeBlanc to get the Tigers rolling in the first quarter. Bucksport answered with a Derek Fish to Todd Freeman 30-yard connection. Armandi, who carried the ball 17 times, burst into the end zone from six yards out to put the Tigers up 14-6 at the half.

LeBlanc called his own number in the third quarter with a 19-yard scoring run, but Freeman returned the subsequent kick off 75 yards for a touchdown.

Trevor McCourt also turned in a strong rushing performance for Jay. He tacked on a seven-yard run in the fourth quarter and finished with 75 yards on 17 carries.

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