LIVERMORE FALLS – Helaina Lake drove in the game-winning goal off a penalty stroke with less than two minutes remaining in overtime to lift Livermore Falls to a triumphant 2-1 field hockey victory over Winthrop on Friday.

Winthrop (6-2) got on the board first with a goal by Meghan McCarthy off a corner after time in the first half of the contest had expired.

The Andies (8-0) tied it when Whitney McDaniel scored with 16:42 left in regulation after picking up the ball from Rambler goalie Emily Vickerson’s pads and popping it in the net.

Brittany Souther was strong on defensive for Livermore Falls.

Hall-Dale 2, Jay 1

FARMINGDALE – Abby Crocker scored the game-winning goal on a breakaway to lead Hall-Dale to a 2-1 victory over Jay in an MVC field hockey matchup Friday.

Katie Frett started the scoring in the first half for Hall-Dale (4-3-1) on a penalty stroke. With just 10 minutes left in the half, Jay (4-3-1) tied the game on a goal by Katie Hall off a pass by Brianna Beisaw. Crocker’s game-winner was tallied with 7:30 left in regulation.

Dirigo 2, Lisbon 1

DIXFIELD – Abby Fenstermacher converted a cross from Kristina White in front of the Greyhounds cage with two minutes to play to send Dirigo to a 2-1 victory over Lisbon in MVC field hockey.

Katrina Pulk also scored an unassisted goal for the Cougars (3-5), and goaltender Dani Tompkins picked up her 1,000th career save in a 17-save effort.

Amanda Stevens scored an unassisted goal with 13:29 remaining in the second half to tie the game for the Greyhounds (4-4). Rachel Beal stopped eight shots for Lisbon.

Telstar 3, Boothbay 2, OT

BETHEL – Whitney Mills knocked in the game-winning goal 4:27 left in double overtime with the help of teammate Josie Reiss to give Telstar the 3-2 triumph over Boothbay in field hockey action Friday.

The Rebels (4-3-1) scored first when Julia Stambolis found the net on a direct hit at the top of the circle after Reiss passed it to her from a penalty corner. Boothbay (0-7) came back in the second half to tally back-to-back goals by Ali Hartley and Melissa Borjas in a span of three minutes. Bailey Davis tied the game off a pass from Sarah Field, before Mills scored in overtime for the win.

Boothbay keeper Britany Dickinson played a strong, agressive game, making 24 saves.

Oxford Hills 5, Gardiner 0

SOUTH PARIS – Terry Bunce scored a pair of goals in the second half as Oxford Hills cruised to a 5-0 shutout over Gardiner in KVAC girls’ soccer action Friday.

Emily Lavine drilled a goal just beneath the crossbar three minutes into the game to get things started for the Vikings (4-4). Whitney Linindoll and Alicia Farrar scored a goal and an assist each to close out the half for a 3-0 lead.

Goalie Michelle Kazena made 10 saves for the Tigers (0-8), while Sam Rivers stood sentry duty for the Vikings.

Maranacook 4, MCI 0

PITTSFIELD – Danielle Poulin recorded a goal with 23:50 left in the first half as Maranacook coasted to a 4-0 victory over Maine Central Insititue in girls’ soccer action Friday.

The Black Bears (7-1) dominated play througout the game, scoring a pair of goals in each half. Alyssa Neptune scored the second goal of the first half, while Laura St. John earned a penalty kick and Allison Meyer capped the scoring.

Goalie Blanco Asaro made 11 saves on 25 shots for the Huskies (3-3-2), while Eryn Neptune turned away six shots for Maranacook.

Erskine 2, Lewiston 0

SOUTH CHINA – Jessica St. Amand scored back-to-back unassisted goals in the second half to give Erskine a 2-0 victory over Lewiston on Friday.

St. Amand’s first goal was booted from the 16-yard line. Her second goal came when she slipped the ball past Lewiston keeper Katie Cobb at the corner of the goal to give the Eagles (7-1) a two-goal cushion.

Ericka Malley made 13 saves, while Cobb stopped 16 shots for the Blue Devil (1-7).

Brewster 3, Hebron 1

WOLFEBORO, N.H. – Three different players scored as Brewster slipped Hebron to post a 3-1 triumph in girls’ soccer Friday afternoon.

Kelsey Glenross, Alisha Weilgosznski, and Alexa Brassard each tallied a goal for Brewster (2-0). Janna Anctil was credited with an assist.

The lone Hebron (1-1) goal was netted unassisted by Jasmine Webber.

Wiscasset 0, Mt. Abram 0

SALEM – Wiscasset and Mt. Abram girls’ soccer fought to a scoreless tie in double overtime Friday.

Wiscasset’s (4-3-1) larizza Cruz was strong for the offensive effort, while Mt. Abram’s (4-0-4) Emma Coffin did well controlling the ball at midfield.

Megan Foye made eight saves for Wiscasset, while Kenni Norton stopped seven shots for Mt. Abram.

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