BETHEL – Katlin Drury took a shot from the top of the circle and planted the ball into the top left corner of the net to lift Mountain Valley to a 4-3 victory over Telstar.

The Falcons jumped out to a 2-1 lead in the first half. Katie Doucette, Stephanie Beadle and Sara Martin scored goals for the Falcons in the fast paced contest.

The Rebels (0-1) were led by Josie Reiss, who scored a pair of goals.

Kim Clark mad 14 saves for Mountain Valley, while Brianna Douglas turned back nine for Telstar in the loss.

Lake Region 4, Gray-NG 0

GRAY – Kayla Nowell scored a pair of goals to lead Lake Region to a 4-0 victory over Gray-New Gloucester.

Kelsey Powers put the Lakers on the scoreboard with 26:08 left in the first half. Ellie Verolini later scored with 5:22 left and Nowell sealed the game with her first goal with 33 seconds left before intermission.

Lake Region limited the Patriots to two shots. Nicole Ganem recorded 20 saves for Gray-New Gloucester.

St. Dom’s 2, Sacopee Valley 1

SOUTH HIRAM – Mary Lewis scored the eventual game-winner as St. Dom’s nipped Sacopee Valley 2-1 in WMC field hockey action Friday.

Freshman Hillary Gove scored her first career goal on assists from Katie Landry and Lewis. Lewis put the Saints (1-0) up 2-0 early in the second half on a goal into the far corner.

The Hawks (0-1) cut the score in half on a tally from Aleece Daleo, but ran out of time before they could tie things up.

Goalie Brittiny Sterling made 16 saves for Sacopee Valley, while Austyn Carolin had five saves for St. Dom’s.

Skowhegan 7, Oxford Hills 0

SKOWHEGAN – Sam Gifford notched a hat trick as Skowhegan rolled to a 7-0 victory over Oxford Hills.

The Indians demonstrated why they are the defending state champions as they came out tough on offense and scored handily. Skowhegan outshot the Vikings, 25-16. Courtney Veinotte added two goals and an assist.

Goalie Aleksys Pike turned back eight for the Vikings (0-1), while Megan Smith made six saves for the Indians.

Lisbon 4, Boothbay 1

LISBON – Krystal Robichaw scored twice and assisted on another goal as Lisbon defeated Boothbay 4-1 in girls’ field hockey action Friday.

Robichaw converted a pair of centering passes in the first half to give Lisbon a 3-0 lead before Lindsey Marden netted the visitor’s lone goal.

Amanda Stevens assisted on two goals while Kelly Bourgoin added a goal in the second half for the Greyhounds.

Rachel Beal made eight saves to earn the victory. Brittany Dickinson stopped 35 shots in a losing cause.

Edward Little 3, Brunswick 2 (2OT)

AUBURN – Ally Butler took a pass from Bre Wing in front of the net and scored the game-winner just minutes into the second overtime as Edward Little slipped past Brunswick 3-2 in field hockey.

Butler had a hand in all three Eddies goals, netting the first tally on a breakaway to tie the game at 1-1 and assisting on Becca Witten’s goal with 10 minutes remaining that forced overtime.

EL goalkeeper Jo Jo Hughes turned aside eight shots, while her counterpart Kelsey McPherson stopped 10 shots.

Eve Patzlaff scored both goals for the Dragons.

Oak Hill 5, Lincoln 0

WALE – Mae Nadeau scored a pair of goals as Oak Hill sailed to a 5-0 victory over Lincoln Academy in KVAC field hockey action Friday.

The Raiders (1-0) used a well coordinated passing game to take a 4-0 lead into the break. Audrey Grass and Courtney Clark scored a goal and an assist each, while Hannah Bradstreet chipped in with a goal for Oak Hill.

Goalie Erin Dodge had three saves for the Eagles (0-1), while Frankie Curtis prevented one for Oak Hill.

Jay 1, Dirigo 0

JAY – Brianna Beisaw deflected in a Katie Nemi shot in the first overtime to lift Jay to a 1-0 victory over Dirigo.

Betsy Gemelli sent a crossing pass to Nemi at the top of the circle. Beisaw deflected the shot at the goal line past Dirigo keeper Courtney Knox (four saves).

Brenda Allen made three saves for Jay.

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