BETHEL — Kinli Dibiase tallied two goals and Emily Molina pitched in a goal and an assist in Winthrop’s 6-0 road win over Telstar in MVC field hockey action Wednesday.

Bri McClure, Bri Feeney and Katie Perkins completed the scoring for the Ramblers (6-1-1). Sarah Spahr, Nora Conrad and Moriah Hajduk added assists.

Perry Morton stopped 18 of 24 shots for the Rebels (0-8).

Boys’ soccer

Wells 2, St. Dom’s 0

WELLS — Host Wells scored a goal in each half to down St. Dominic Academy, 2-0, in WMC boys’ soccer action Wednesday.

Tyler Dewey converted for the Warriors (3-4-1) in the first half, then Liam Bell scored the second-half goal.

Matt Curtis made five saves in goal for the Saints (1-5), while Cameron Cousins stopped three shots on goal for Wells.

Girls’ soccer

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AUBURN — Olivia Jensen scored a goal and assisted Grace Fontain’s game-winner as Edward Little coasted to a 4-1 victory over Lawrence in girls’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

Piper Norcross scored an insurance goal late in the game for the Red Eddies (4-1-1) to go along with her assist on Jensen’s tally.

Kiana Letourneau netted an unassisted goal for the Bulldogs (1-4-1).

Goalie Morgan Boudreau made 12 saves for Lawrence, while goalie Taylor Depot prevented six to earn the win in net for Edward Little.

College

Field hockey

Bates 6, Thomas 0

WATERVILLE —Taylor Lough led visiting Bates offensively, tallying two goals and assisting on two others, in the Bobcats’ 6-0 victory over Thomas in a non-conference field hockey game Wednesday.

Jessie Moriarty scored from Lough to kick off the scoring seven minutes in. Adah Lindquist assisted on Lough’s first goal, then scored one of her own later on. Caroline O’Reilly and Emma Patterson also scored for the Bobcats (3-2).

Abbie Charrier made five saves in net for the Terriers (2-5). Jessica Russell made five more. Alyssa Souza and Adela Durand combined for the shutout for Bates.

Men’s soccer

SMCC 2, CMCC 0

SOUTH PORTLAND — Kolin Wyman and Hugues Bakunda provided the offense for Southern Maine Community College, which downed rival Central Maine Community College 2-0 in men’s soccer action on Wednesday.

Patrick Duddy stopped four shots for the victorious SeaWolves, while Austin Wing made 10 saves in the loss for the Mustangs.


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