WALES — Arianna Kahler netted a hat trick, as Lisbon cruised past Oak Hill 4-1 in varsity field hockey on Monday.

Lisbon, who lost a girl early in the first half due to a red card, outlasted the diversity to earn the win.

Hanna Jordan scored the other goal for the Greyhounds, while Bailey Cutler and Olivia Harrington each tallied an assist on the day. Danielle Samson scored the lone goal for the Raiders, while Abby Fuller stopped seven shots in the loss.

Telstar 7, Boothbay 1

BOOTHBAY — Becca Howard scored on three different occasions, as Telstar cruised past Boothbay 7-1 in varsity field hockey action.

Savanna Patenaude netted two goals on the day, while Autum Morin and Sadie Ellsworth each had one. Hali Barter stopped five shots in net for the Rebels (2-3).

Nicole Laberque scored the only goal for the Seahawks (0-3), while Erica Eames made seven saves in goal.

Messalonskee 8, Lewiston 1

LEWISTON — Kassie Michaud netted four goals on the day for the Eagles as they shut down Lewiston 8-1 in varsity field hockey. Abby Roberts recorded eight saves, stopping most of the opportunities Lewiston had.

Erin Field, Nathalie St. Pierre, Brooke Quirion, and Emily Hogan all tallied a goal for the Eagles (4-1). Jenessa Talarico connected with Kaylynn Sampson to add the only goal for the Blue Devils (1-3).

Winthrop 2, Mountain Valley 1

RUMFORD — Rachel Ingram and Cat Oullette netted in a goal each as Winthrop escaped with a victory over Mountain Valley 2-1 in field hockey action.

Micaela Hujdek had an assist on the day for the Ramblers (4-0), while Corinna Coulton got the win in net, stopping four shots. Lexi Duguay scored the lone goal for the Falcons (2-3), while Kassie Thibodeau stopped 16 shots on the day.

Spruce Mountain 5, Hall-Dale 2

FARMINGDALE — LaDesta Tracy belted two goals into the back of the net to lift Spruce Mountain past Hall-Dale 5-2 in varsity field hockey action.

Nicole Hamblin, Kayla Meserve, and Brooke Cushing all tallied a goal on the day for the Phoenix. Hamblin got involved all around the field, adding in two assists.

Brooke Berberich and Shanay Gilbert scored a goal each for Hall-Dale, while Molly French stopped 18 shots in net.

Cony 3, Edward Little 1

AUBURN — Delanie Keithley scored first on a penalty stroke, as Cony overwhelmed Edward Little 3-1 in field hockey. Keithley didn’t slow down, connecting with Lindsay Watts and Katie Caroll who scored a goal each.

Lindsay Lapierre got the win in net for the Rams (3-1), stopping three shots. Julia Langevin was the only player to find the back of the net for Red Eddies (0-4). Danica Nadeau kept the Eddies in it, stopping 17 of the 20 shots fired on her.

Soccer

Lisbon 7, Boothbay 2

BOOTHBAY — Deliah Schreiber scored three times to lead Lisbon to a 7-2 win over Boothbay in girls’ soccer action on Monday.

Paige Galligan added two goals and two assists while Olivia Bulgin and Jenna Clifford each chipped in with a goal for the Greyhouds (2-2). Sinead Miller scored both Boothbay goals.

Alexandra Sult and Dakota Bisson combined to make five saves for Lisbon. Dana Greenleaf stopped eight shots for Boothbay (0-2).

Rangeley 3, Valley 2

RANGELEY — Maddison Eagan netted a pair of goals as Rangeley jumped out to a 3-0 halftime lead then held on to defeat Valley, 3-2.

Michaela Shorey assisted on one of Eagan’s goal and added a goal herself. Sam West scored both Valley goals.

Kim White saves nine shots for Valley (0-3). Taylor Esty turned aside 15 shots for Rangeley (2-0).

Cape Elizabeth 6, Poland 1

CAPE ELIZABETH — Katherine Clark and Mariah Descino tallied a pair of goals each to lift Cape Elizabeth past Poland 6-1 in girls’ varsity soccer action.

Lizzy Raftice and Katherine Briggs supplied the Capers with a goal each on the day. Emily Bolduc was the only scored to find the back of the net for the Knights, while Haley Whitworth made 20 saves in net.

Leavitt 3, Erskine 1

TURNER — Liliana Cousineau found the back of the net twice in the first half, as the Hornets flew past Erskine 3-1 in girls’ soccer.

Tessa Benson scored the final goal to secure the victory for the Hornets (1-2-1). Angela Daigle allowed just one goal on 14 shots for the Hornets.

Jade Canak scored the lone goal for Erskine.


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