GRAY — Austin Carson grabbed a nice feed from Bryce Hayman and fired it into the net with 54 seconds left in the second overtime to give Gray-New Gloucester a 2-1 victory over Fryeburg in a WMC boys’ tilt Thursday.

Hayman gave the Patriots (4-6-1) a 1-0 advantage in the first frame with a fine unassisted tally. Ben Davis tied the contest for Fryeburg to create the stalemate.

Brendan McNally made four saves for Gray-New Gloucester, while Blaine Andrecil deflected seven shots between the posts for Fryeburg.

Leavitt 1, Lincoln Academy 1

TURNER — Tyler Roux made a heads-up move as a shot deflected off another player to give Leavitt a 1-1 tie with Lincoln in a late-season KVAC boys’ tilt Thursday.

Devin Scherer scored the lone goal for scrappy Lincoln (2-4-5) in the second half. 


Ben Fullerton made nine saves for the Hornets (2-8-2), while Wally Morris turned back five shots for Lincoln.

Girls’ Soccer

Poland 3, Wells 0

WELLS — Sarah Bolduc led a trio of players to register goals as Poland hustled to a 3-0 late-season win over Wells in WMC action Thursday.

Lindsay Theriault and Emily Bolduc also tallied for the Knights to complete the scoring. Erin Brewer made 11 saves to preserve the shutout.

Brunswick 2, Mt. Blue 2 (2OT)


FARMINGTON — Mt. Blue managed a goal in each half but couldn’t find the net in overtime, settling for a 2-2 deadlock with Brunswick on Thursday.

Eryn Doiron and Savannah Swain tallied for the Cougars (5-4-3), while Julia Champagne and Lena Martin both scored for the Dragons (7-4-1).

Thia Bridges made 28 saves for Mt. Blue, while Haley Murano deflected 14 shots for Brunswick.

Spruce Mountain 5, Telstar 0

JAY — Hayley Doyon netted a pair of goals Thursday to propel Spruce Mountain to a 5-0 rout over Telstar in an MVC matchup Thursday.

Megan Duval, Alexa Perkins and Kailie Newcomb also tallied for the Phoenix (9-2) to complete the scoring.


Veteran keeper Emily Keene made four saves to notch the shutout, while Tehya Johnson turned aside seven shots for the Rebels (0-10-2).

Hall-Dale 5, Lisbon 0

FARMINGDALE — Eva Shepherd led a group of five players to light the board Thursday as Hall-Dale overpowered Lisbon 5-0 in more girls’ soccer action.

Maura Stottler, Signe Lynch, Thea Sweet and Addie Davis also tallied for the Bulldogs (8-1-1).

Olivia Maynard made five saves to record the shutout, while Ally Sult (eight saves) and Dakota Bisson (five) split time in net for the Gryhounds (5-6).

Oxford Hills 3, Messalonskee 1


PARIS — After jumping out to a 2-0 advantage in the first half, Oxford Hills added an insurance goal and held strong on defense to post a 3-1 win over Messalonskee in another girls’ tilt Thursday.

Mikayla Morin led the Vikings (6-3-2) with two goals, while Coley Zufelt also tallied. Mckenna Brodeur scored the lone goal for Messalonskee (3-8) in the second half.

Mountain Valley 7, Boothbay 2
RUMFORD — Elizabeth Adley punched in a pair of goals and picked up an assist, leading Mountain Valley to a 7-2 victory over Boothbay in a girls’ soccer game Thursday. The Falcons (3-8) took a 5-0 lead against the Seahawks (0-10-1) in the first half.

Mountain Valley’s Sarah Klein, Katie Puiia, Kaitlyn Virgin, Michelle, Hale and Kelli Trenoweth each took turns scoring a goal. For Boothbay, Hannah Winslow scored. Goalie Karen Flaherty made three saves for the Falcons

Oak Hill 1, Winthrop 0

WALES — Emma Hlister slipped in an unassisted goal in the first half and Oak Hill (5-5-1) held on the rest of the way for a 1-0 victory over Winthrop in a girls’ soccer game Thursday. 

Field Hockey

Edward Little 2, Brunswick 1 (OT)

BRUNSWICK — Kirsten Lupher converted a pass from Brooke Lever just over a minute into overtime Thursday to lift Edward Little to a 2-1 win over Brunswick in a late-season KVAC field hockey tilt.


After a scoreless first frame, Lever gave the Red Eddies (1-12) a 1-0 advantage with an assist from Brittany Williams. Grace Rabinowitz scored the lone goal for Brunswick (1-12) with 9:08 left in regulation.

Karli Stubbs made 12 saves for Edward Little, while Jordan Vonsavage deflected 13 shots between the posts for Brunswick.

Leavitt 7, Lincoln Academy 0

LINCOLN — Sadie Royer and Brianna DeGone netted two goals each Thursday as Leavitt overpowered Lincoln, 7-0.

Kierstin Leclerc, Emily Shaw and Chantel Eells also tallied for the Hornets (9-3) to complete the scoring.

Veteran keeper Sierra Santomango needed only two saves to preserve the shutout. Andrea Call turned back seven shots for Lincoln (0-14).


Women’s Soccer

Bates 2, University of New England 0

LEWISTON — Lily Peterson scored in the first half and Hannah Graves drove the nail in the coffin as the Bates women’s soccer team defeated the University of New England 2-0 Thursday night.

Holding a 9-1 edge in shots taken in the 24th minute of the game, the Bobcats (3-6-1) broke through for the first score. The play began with a drive by senior Kara Stefaniak, who passed off to the rookie Graves on the left wing. Graves crossed into the box to the sophomore Peterson, who reached the ball before Nor’easter goaltender Brielle Robinson could and nudged it into the goal for a 1-0 lead. The goal was Peterson’s second of the season, tying her for the team lead.

With 17:10 left, UNE’s (6-5-1) Margaret Palmer countered with a hard shot that barely cleared Bates goal and clanged off of the football crossbar behind.

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