LISBON – Marcus Bubar flicked the ball over goalie Sam Simpson just over seven minutes into the second half to break a scoreless tie to lift Lisbon over Mt. Abram 1-0 in an MVC clash.

Kyle Nagel chipped a cross pass to Bubar for the games lone goal. Stopper Zach Campbell turned away 12 shots for the Greyhounds (1-0) in the shutout. Simpson stopped ten shots for the Roadrunners (0-1).

Mt. Blue 4, Skowhegan 0

FARMINGTON – Alex Lee punched in a pair of goals, helping direct Mt. Blue to 4-0 victory over Skowhegan in boys’ soccer opener Friday.

The Cougars dropped in all four goals in the first half and coasted the rest of the way. Mt. Blue also received unassisted goals from Ben Russell and Mustafa Savashan. Justin Kobischen and Nick Lewis each earned an assist on Lee’s goals.

Mt. Blue outshot Skowhegan, 21-11. Goalie Devin Zamboni had 10 saves for the Cougars.

Livermore Falls 2, Monmouth 0

LIVERMORE FALLS – Khyle Whittemore scored and Jake Marceau booted in a penalty shot in the first half as Livermore Falls slipped away with a 2-0 victory in boys’ soccer opener Friday.

Marceau also assisted on Whittemore’s goal.

The Andies outshot the Mustangs, 24-14, and goalie Marcus Ryder made 12 saves, including stopping a penalty shot late in the second half.

Dirigo 1, Georges Valley 1 (2OT)

THOMASTON – Dirigo and Georges Valley battled through four overtimes and still couldn’t settle the matter as this boys’ soccer opener ended in a 1-1 tie Friday.

The Buccaneers scored first thanks to Blake Miller’s unassisted goal. Dirigo tied it up when Wes Gagnon scored on a Jon Smith assist. Each team also took 13 shots on net.

St. Dom’s 2, Lake Region 1

AUBURN – Willie Emerson scored two goals to lift St. Dom’s to a 2-1 boys’ soccer victory over Lake Region.

Lake Region’s only goal was scored on an own-goal. AAron Allen made six saves for the Saints.

Telstar 2, Hall-Dale 0

FARMINGDALE – Frankie Delduca scored both of the Rebels’ goals as Telstar blanked Hall-Dale 2-0 in MVC boys’ varsity soccer action Friday afternoon.

The Rebels (1-0) outpaced the Bulldogs (0-1) in shots on goal with a 17-7 margin in the winning effort.

Edward Little 4, Morse 3

BATH – Ben Hartnett scored three goals to lift Edward Little to a 4-3 come-from-behind victory over Morse in KVAC boys’ soccer action Friday afternoon.

The Shipbuilders (0-1) responded to a game-opening goal by the Red Eddies (1-0) with three unanswered tallies. But, Edward Little tied the game at 3-up before the half.

Eric Prue provided three assists for the Red Eddies in the winning effort, while Eric Trautman-Mosher led the offense for Morse with a pair of goals.

Waynflete 2, Gray-New Gloucester 1

GRAY – Josh Bloom notched the game-winning goal at the 18:52 mark as Waynflete edged Gray-New Gloucester 2-1 in the season opener in WMC boys’ soccer action Friday.

Kendall Davis scored the lone goal for the Patriots (0-1), while Tristan Corriveau recorded the first Flyer (1-0) goal in the winning effort.

Lewiston 0, Mt. Ararat 0 (2OT)

TOPSHAM – Strong defense dominated the season opener for Lewiston and Mt. Ararat as they play to a 0-0 tie in boys’ KVAC soccer.

Each team had apparent goals disallowed including a Lewiston goal with two seconds left in the second overtime due to an offsides call. The Blue Devils recieved strong defensive performances by seniors Chris Garcia and Zach Godpout while junior Alex Wong made 13 saves in the net. Brian Smith turned away five shots for Mt. Ararat.

Mountain Valley 4, Jay 1

JAY – Christian Chessie scored the second goal of the first half and eventual game-winner as Mountain Valley cruised to a 4-1 win in a physcial matchup over Jay in MVC boys’ soccer action Friday.

The Falcons (1-0) took a 2-1 lead at the half, and scored two unanswered goals in the second stanza. Dylan Stefani scored the lone goal for the Tigers (0-1).

Goalie Bryan Canwell made 12 saves for Mountain Valley, while Cameron Fry turned back eight shots in the loss.


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