AUBURN –  Alex Parker and Trevar Haefele each scored a pair of goals as St. Dom’s shelved Georges Valley, 7-2, in a boys’ soccer game Saturday.

The undefeated Saints (9-0) wasted no time getting on the board, jumping out to a 3-0 lead in the first half. Jackson Erickson scored on a header and Garrett Darnell slipped one in on a direct kick. Josh Charest also added a goal for St. Dom’s. The Saints dropped in four more goals in the second half.

For Georges Valley, Logan Cross and Ketch Cowan each scored a goal.

Sacopee Valley 2, Poland 1

POLAND – Liam Nee scored on a breakaway one minute into overtime to give Sacopee Valley a 2-1 victory over Poland.

The Hawks (2-6) led 1-0 at halftime on Nick Vacchiano’s goal, but Poland (0-8) knotted the game early in the second half on goal by Nathan Williams.

Michael Littlefield made eight saves for the Knights.

Kents Hill 2, Hebron 1

HEBRON – Richard Bailly hit home the game-winning goal in the 86th minute to lift Kents Hill to a 2-1 victory over Hebron in boys’ soccer.

After a scoreless first half, the Lumberjacks (3-1) put the first point on the board when Vlad Gavrik found the net on a feed from Inigo Nieves in the 55th minute of play.

Goalie Geoff Bowen made 10 saves for Hebron, while goalie Jake Cockerell prevented six for Kents Hill.


Hebron 20, Portsmouth 16

HEBRON – Griffin Piper took an 18-yard pass from Brian McDonald in the fourth quarter to lift Hebron to a 20-16 victory over Portsmouth Abbey.

Portsmouth Abbey (0-2) found the endzone first when John LeCompte pushed a one-yard run across the line and Evan Sylvia connected for the point-after.

Levi Lincoln evened up the score in the first quarter for the Lumberjacks (1-1) with a 13-yard run. And, he  put Hebron up by three at the half with a 61-yard run. Sylvia booted a 28-yard field goal earlier in the second quarter for Portsmouth.

LeCompte scored the only touchdown of the third quarter for Portsmouth, and the kick-after failed. Piper responded with a fourth quarter TD and Jahizz Rawlins connected for the point-after for Hebron.

Field hockey

Gray-NG 10, Poland 0

POLAND – Kaitlyn Johnston, Laura Hagelin and Meghan Landry each scored two goals as Gray-New Gloucester jumped out to a 7-0 lead in the first half and went on to cruised to a 10-0 win over winless Poland.

Breanna Harlow, Kelly Sanborn, Bethany Ray and Katie Hotham each scored a goal for the Patriots, who outshot the Knights, 23-1.

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