AUBURN – Emily Ranucci slipped the ball into the net with 1:12 remaining in the game to lead Edward Little a 1-0 upset victory over Bangor in a KVAC field hockey game Monday.

The victory moves Edward Little, 11th in the most recent Heal Point standings, into contention with the teams battling for the eighth and final playoff spot with two games remaining.

The game-winner came after the Bangor goalie stopped Miranda Martin’s shot on a breakaway. Martin got control of her own rebound, spotted Ranucci alone near the left post and slid the ball to her.

Bangor (7-4) outshot the Red Eddies (4-8) 15-8 and enjoyed a 8-3 edge in penalty corners. Kayla Cummings fought off the Bangor onslaught by making 12 saves. Mower had five saves for Bangor.

Telstar 3, Mountain Valley 0

BETHEL – Telstar received goals form three different players and its defense limited Mountain Valley to three shots as the Rebels remained unbeaten with a 3-0 victory in a MVC field hockey game Monday.

T.J. Cowin led the Rebels (13-0) with one goal and one assist. Amanda Wiley and Lindsay James also socred for Telstar, while Victoria Forkus and Katie Sumner were credited with assists.

Sam Tibbetts stopped one shot to record the shutout. Emily Gallant recorded 16 saves for Mountain Valley (7-6).

Traip 3, Poland 0

POLAND – Jamie Powers scored a pair of goals to send Traip to a 3-0 field hockey triumph over winless Poland on MOnday.
All of the Rangers goals came in the second half. Jessica Foye also scored for Traip (2-10).

Traip outshot Poland (0-12) 18-3. Alyssa Lawrence stopped all three shots for the shutout, while Poland’s Lindsey Kasik made 15 saves.

Freeport 3, Gray-NG 1

GRAY – Katie Turner and Jenny Breau scored second-half goals for Freeport to lift the Falcons to a 3-1 win over Gray-New Gloucester in a WMC showdown Monday. Eliza Price had the third Freeport (7-4-1) goal, and Hannayh Schuchert stopped 13 shots in the victory.

Laura Hagelin netted the lone Patriots (7-5-0) goal on the afternoon, and Megan Trafford took the loss.

Livermore Falls 1, Jay 0

LIVERMORE FALLS –  Samantha Greenwood scored the only goal of the game and Caylee Morris backstopped the defense in Livermore Falls’ 1-0 field hockey triumph over Jay.

Greenwood scored seven minutes into the game on a scramble in front of the cage.

The two rivals – Livermore Falls (10-3) and Jay (9-4) – received contributions from several defensive players that kept the game close.

Morris finsihed with six saves, while Jay’s Ashlee Quirrion made five saves in goal.

Winthrop 1, Lisbon 0

 WINTHROP – Kelsey Ouellette scored early in the first half and the Winthrop defense locked things down the rest of the way as the Ramblers edged the Lisbon Greyhounds 1-0 in n MVC field hockey battle Monday.

Katie Michelsen did her part in the cage for Winthrop (11-1), stopping nine shots to earn the shutout.

Kristi Bolduc made eight saves for the Greyhounds (5-8), who actually outshot the Ramblers 37-34.

Girls’ soccer

St. Dom’s 6, Carrabec 0

NORTH ANSON – Sophie Goulet scored two goals and goalie Elise Applegate kept the ball out of the goal to lead unbeaten St. Dom’s to a 6-0 victory over Carrabec in MVC girls’ soccer action Monday.

The Saints (8-0-2) scored four times in the first half to put the game away early. Ali Desjardin, Alex Landry, Steph Costello and Hailey Girardin also scored for the Saints. Costello also contributed a pair of assists.

Applegate finsihed with six saves, while Mirisa Murray made 13 saves for the Cobras.

Lisbon 3, Monmouth 2

MONMOUTH – Ashley Beaulieu continued her torrid season by scoring all three goals, including the game-winner with 5:21 remaining, to lift Lisbon to a 3-2 victory over upset-minded Monmouth in a MVC girls’ soccer contest.

Beaulieu’s three goals raises her school-record scoring mark to 25 goals this season. On the game-wining tally,Monmouth goalie Kelsie Hilton stopped the initial drive by Kayla Angelico, but Angelico gained control of the rebound and sent it to Beaulieu , who slipped it into the goal.

The game was tied 1-1 at halftime, with Chelsea Arsenault scoring for Monmouth (1-8-1). Kristi Hilton also scored for the Mustangs. It was a big turnaround for Monmouth from the first time the two teams played – a 6-0 triumph by Lisbon.

Kerlsie Hilton made 14 saves in goal for Monmouth, while Kyrstin Ramich was credited with three saves for Lisbon (9-2).

Jay/LF 1, Dirigo 0

 DIXFIELD – Jay/Livermore Falls’ defensive play kept Dirigo off track, allowing Alannah White’s goal early in the first half to stand up for a 1-0 victory in an MVC girls’ soccer game.

White’s goal was unassisted at 32:44 of the first half.

Katie Beaulieu made two key saves in the second half to preserve the victory for the Wildcats (6-2-2). Natasha Derooche made six saves for Dirigo  (5-6).

Gray-NG 1, Traip 0, OT

GRAY – Alicia Valente lofted the ball over the outstretched reach of the goalie in overtime to lift Gray-New Gloucester to a 1-0 girls’ soccer triumph over Traip.

Valente’s game-winner came with 3L32 remaining in the first overtime. Taylor Darnell earned an assist on the play.

Sammie Wilkins, a freshman playing in goal for the first time, stopped seven shots to record the shutout for the Patriots (2-7). Selena Lorrey made 13 saves for Traip (2-8).

Boys’ soccer

Livermore Falls 6, Jay 0

JAY – James McLamb registered a hat trick to pace Livermore Falls to a 6-0 win over rival Jay on Monday. Kyle Whittemore added a goal and a pair of assists, and Willie Brown and Tom Ventrella added a goal each for the 6-3-2 Andies.

Brown, who also play in net, stopped four shots. Isaac Couture handled 23 Livermore Falls shots in net for the Tigers (1-8-0).

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