SKOWHEGAN — Adelle Foss made the most of a late-game opportunity for Mt. Blue on Thursday, converting on a penalty corner in the second half to lift Mt. Blue to a rare 1-0 win over Skowhegan in a key KVAC Class A field hockey victory.

Hannah Minns earned the assist on the play for the Cougars (3-0-1), who have a chance to avenge their only blemish in a rematch with Cony this weekend.

The loss is Skowhegan’s first of the season.

St. Dom’s 3, NYA 3 (2OT)

NORTH YARMOUTH — North Yarmouth rallied back from a 3-1 deficit to record a 3-3 double-overtime deadlock against St. Dom’s Thursday in one of the best field hockey matchups thus far in 2016.

Carloline Johnson, Hannah Trottier-Braun and Kylie Leavitt all tallied for Brian Kay’s Saints (2-0-1) in a well-balanced effort. Amber Rose, Katie Larsen and Savannah Shaw scored goals for North Yarmouth (2-0-1).

Abby Slonina made seven saves for St. Dom’s, while Eliza Todd turned aside 12 shots for NYA.

Brewer 3, Lewiston 0

LEWISTON — MJ Sellers netted a pair of goals Thursday to propel Brewer to a

3-0 victory over Lewiston in more local field hockey action.

Bri Severance also tallied for the Witches to complete the scoring.

Michelle Mayberry (3) and Jessica Geiser (4) combined to record seven saves for Brewer, while Ashley Cronkite deflected five shots between the posts for Lewiston.

Edward Little 2, Hampden 1

HAMPDEN — Kaylie Vallee tallied a goal and an assist to help Edward Little edge Hampden Academy, 2-1, in KVAC Class A field hockey action on Thursday.

Oceanna Chamberlain scored the other goal while Kiara Fournier notched an assist for the Red Eddies (3-1). Daija Misler scored the lone goal for the Broncos (2-2).

Emmy Lashua and Delaney Morneau combined in the cage for two saves for the Red Eddies. Lisa Reitmayer stopped nine shots for Hampden.

Boys’ soccer

Wiscasset 10, Dirigo 0

DIXFIELD — Alex Strozier registered a hat trick Thursday to propel Wiscasset to a 10-0 rout over Dirigo in a boys’ soccer matchup. 

Ethan James and Brandon Goud chipped in for Wiscasset (1-1) with two goals each, while single tallies from Nate Woodman, Conlaw Ranta and Aiden Carlson completed the scoring. 

Sam Strozier needed only two saves to preserve the shutout, while Colin Woodhead turned aside 19 shots for the Cougars (0-2). 

Lewiston 4, Lawrence 1

LEWISTON — Mwesa Mulonda netted a pair of goals Thursday to lead Lewiston to a 4-1 early-season boys’ soccer victory over Lawrence. 

Asier Garcinuno and Bilal Hersi also tallied for the Blue Devils (3-0) to complete the scoring. Jackson Dudley netted the lone goal for winless Lawrence (0-3).

Veteran keeper Alex Rivet made three saves for Lewiston, while Chris Goulet deflected four shots for Lawrence.  

Monmouth 7, Oak Hill 0

MONMOUTH — Monmouth fired four shots into the net during the first half and drilled three more after the break to come away with a 7-0 boys’ soccer rout over Oak Hill. 

Avery Pomerleau led the Mustangs (3-0) with four goals, while Wade Coulombe, Hunter Richardson and James Samson also tallied to complete the scoring. 

Bradley Neal made eight saves for Monmouth, while Marcus Bailey deflected eight shots for the Raiders (1-1-1). 

Mt. Abram 1, Mountain Valley 0

RUMFORD — Freshman sensation Tyson Hill converted a pass from Jonathan Jordan in the first half to give Mt. Abram a 1-0 win over Mountain Valley in more local boys’ soccer action Thursday. 

Xavier Romanoski needed only three saves for the Roadrunners (1-1-1) to preserve the shutout, while Jacob Beauchane turned aside 15 shots for the Falcons (0-2-1). 

Girls’ soccer

Mountain Valley 2, Mt. Abram 0

RUMFORD — Julia Perry notched one goal and assisted on the other as Mountain Valley blanked Mt. Abram, 2-0, in MVC soccer action on Thursday.

Perry assisted on Taylor Henry’s goal while Emily Laubauskas made 10 saves in net for the Falcons (2-2-1). Abigayle Brackley made 19 saves for the Roadrunners (0-2-1).

Lisbon 2, Boothbay 0

LISBON — The Lisbon Greyhounds scored twice in the first half to defeat the Boothbay Seahawks, 2-0.

Kaylin Le scored 11:30 into the game as Alika McMurrin set the goal up. With a little over four minutes remaining in the half, Sydney Douglass launched a flipped throw into play and Kiley Merritt headed the ball in for the 2-0 lead.

Lisbon (2-0-1) outshot Boothbay (1-2-0) 16-5.

Ali Sult made five saves for the Greyhounds while Jackie McLoon stopped 10 shots for the Seahawks.

Sacopee Valley 4, Poland 1

SOUTH HIRAM — Sacopee Valley put three goals on the board in the first frame and added an insurance goal after the break to seal a 4-1 girls’ soccer victory over Poland on Thursday.

Makenzie Murphy led the Hawks (2-0) with two goals, while Natasha Silva and Jordan Miner also tallied. Katelyn Greene tallied the Knights’ (1-2) lone goal early in the second half.

Madison Day made three saves for Sacopee Valley, while Madison Simard turned aside an impressive 25 shots between the posts for Poland.   

Madison 7, Winthrop 0

MADISON — The Madison Bulldogs used a pair of goals from Madeline Wood, who also assisted on a pair, and a balanced attack to fend off Winthrop 7-0 in an MVC girls’ soccer contest on Thursday.

Whitney Bess added two goals and an assist for the Bulldogs (2-1), while Sydney LeBlanc, Jillian Holden and Annie Worthen also scored.

The loss is the first of the season for the Ramblers (1-1-1), whose goalie Shie Smith turned back 21 shots in the losing effort.


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