AUBURN —  Alexa Fryoyer led a trio of players to register goals Thursday as  Mountain Valley rolled to a 3-1 win over St. Dom’s.
Peyton Provencher and Lexi Duguay also tallied for the Falcons (9-2) to complete the scoring. Mckenna Lachapelle scored for the Saints (3-7-1) with an assist from Callie Greco.
Cony 1,
Edward Little 1
AUBURN —  Emily Bowers converted a pass from Katy Carroll with 7:10 left in regulation to give Cony a 1-1 tie with Edward Little in KVAC field hockey action Thursday.
Taylor Berube gave the Red Eddies (2-8-1) a 1-0 advantage early in the second frame with an assist from Kaelina Perron.
Kevi Rodrigue made eight saves for the Rams (2-6-2), while Amanda Williams turned aside 17 shots for Edward Little.
Mt. Blue 2,
Oceanside 1
FARMINGTON —  Mikayla Oswald grabbed a perfect feed from Taylor Hollingdale and fired it into the net to give Mt. Blue a narrow 2-1 victory over Oceanside in field hockey action Thursday.
Sarita Crandall tallied the first goal for Mt. Blue with an assist from Alyssa Williams. Molly Mellor scored the lone goal for Oceanside.
Riliegh Blanchett made 12 saves for the Cougars.
Leavitt 3, MCI 0
TURNER —  Cheryl Fichter netted a pair of goals to propel Leavitt to a comfortable 3-0 win over MCI in another KVAC field hockey tilt. ‘
Sadie Royer also tallied for the mighty Hornets (9-1) to complete the scoring.
Sierra Santamango needed only two saves to record the shutout.
Oxford Hills 3, Brunswick 0
BRUNSWICK —  Amanda Hanning netted a pair of goals in the second frame Thursday as Oxford Hills rolled to a 3-0 win over Brunswick in more KVAC field hockey action.
August Abbott also tallied for the Vikings (2-6-1) to complete the scoring. Abby Egan and Shannon Fillebrown combined to make five saves to notch the shutout. Sydney Escoe deflected 15 shots for the Dragons.
Girls’ soccer
Mt. Abram 1,
Oak Hill 0
WALES —  Taylor Henderson’s early goal just three minutes into the game was enough to give Mt. Abram a 1-0 win over Oak Hill in KVAC girls’ soccer action Thursday.
Allison Lopez made 12 saves for the Roadrunners (5-4-1) to notch the shutout. Kelsey Collins turned aside three shots in the cage for Oak Hill.
Rangeley 3,
Buckfield 2
RANGELEY — Rangeley punched in three goals in the first half, but Buckfield (5-5) hopped back into the fray with two goals in the second half as the Lakers held on to a 3-2 victory in a girls’ soccer game Thursday.
Jenney Abbott and sister, Abby, each scored goals in the first half, with Taylor Esty earning an assist. Tori Letarte topped off Rangeley’s lead in the first half with her goal.
Dakota Warren scored two unassisted goals to throw a scare into the Lakers (4-2).
NYA 2, Poland 1
POLAND — Juliana Tardif slipped in the unassisted, game-winning goal with 1:14 left in the game, allowing North Yarmouth Academy to ditch Poland with a 2-1 victory in a girls’ soccer game Thursday.
After a scoreless first half, Kayla Rose scored on a corner for NYA (10-1). Poland (3-6-1) came right back and tied the game when Paige Brousseau scored on a feed from Mimi Carmichael and Amanda Gibson.
Poland goalie Melora Lavoie turned away 17 shots.
Wiscasset 3,
Spruce Mountain 1

JAY — Wiscasset finally found openings in the Spruce Mountain’s net and punched in three second-half goals as the Wolverines dismissed Spruce Mountain with a 3-1 victory in a girls’ soccer game Thursday.
Shania Marr scored on a feed by Sarah Hanley half way through the second half.
Minutes later, Sarah Hanley scored on a header fed by Maeve Carlson to give Wiscasset a 2-0 lead.
The Phoenix finally got on the board when Vanese Barnes scored on a pass from Audrey Mercier.
The Wolverines topped off their lead when Madeline Wehrle scored on a breakaway goal.
Spruce Mountain goalie Emily Keene made 12 saves.
Boys’ soccer
Spruce Mountain 2, Wiscasset 0
JAY —  The Spruce Mountain boy’s soccer squad managed a goal in each half Thursday and came away with a  2-0 victory over Wiscasset in an MVC matchup.
Max Moreau and Greg Whitney both tallied for the Phoenix (6-4), while Doug Fournier contributed with an assist.
Dustin Jones made 10 saves to notch the shutout, while Nathanial Mills turned aside six shots between the posts for Wiscasset (5-4-1).

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