FARMINGTON — Max Pushaw scored on a free kick with 28 minutes left in regulation to give Camden Hills a 2-1 boys’ soccer win over Mt. Blue on Tuesday.

Josiah Krul scored for the Windjammers (7-3) in the first half before Sam Smith tied the contest for Mt. Blue (1-6-3).

Lucas Boetsch made four saves for Camden Hills, while Tucker Carleton deflected eight shots for the Cougars.  

Sacopee Valley 2, St. Dom’s 1

SOUTH HIRAM — Maccoy Reinhard converted a pass from Camren Bibro with 15 minutes left in regulation to give Sacopee Valley a 2-1 boys’ soccer win over St. Dominic Academy on Tuesday. 

Bibro put the Hawks (5-3-1) on the board early when he converted a pass from Michael Murphy. The Saints (1-9-0) answered after the break when Elliott Hachey scored an unassisted goal.

Cameron Cyr made nine saves for Sacopee Valley, while Brandon Glover turned aside 12 shots between the posts for St. Dom’s. 

Temple Academy 3, Rangeley 2, OT

RANGELEY — Brad Smith scored the tying and game-winning goals as Temple defeated the Rangeley Lakers 3-2 in overtime.

Rangeley jumped out to a 2-1 lead in the opening half as Carl Trafton scored and assisted on Richard Thompson’s goal. Will Paradis scored Temple’s (5-2-1) goal in the first 40 minutes.

Timothy Larsen made 18 saves for Temple, while Hunter Lowell made seven and Zach Trafton stopped eight shots in the loss for Rangeley (3-5-2) .

Leavitt, 1, Medomak Valley 1, 2 OT

TURNER — Leavitt and Medomak Valley battled to a 1-1 double-overtime tie in KVAC boys’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

Senior forward Zidane McMurran scored the game’s first goal for the Panthers (8-1-1) within the first four minutes of the contest.

Senior center midfielder Ian Godfrey tied the game at 1-1 with 13 minutes remaining in regulation. Two overtime segments yielded no scoring.

Goalie Cameron Robinson made 11 saves for Medomak Valley, while Lucas Perry turned away six for Leavitt.

Freeport 7, Poland 0

POLAND — Eric Shea recorded three goals as Freeport blanked Poland 7-0 in boys’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

The Falcons (6-4-1) were red-hot on offense. Colby Wagner chipped in with two goals for Freeport.

Goalies Matt Thebarge and Ben Bernier combined for 13 saves for the Knights (0-11), while Joe Burke stopped six to earn the win in net for Freeport.

Edward Little 3, Cony 1

AUGUSTA — Three different players scored as Edward Little scared up a 3-1 victory over Cony in KVAC boys’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

The Red Eddies (7-2-1) took a 2-0 lead at the break. Alex Thompson, Abdi Dubai and Ahmed Safi recorded goals for Edward Little.

Nathan Foye tallied the lone Rams (4-6) goal in the losing effort.

Goalie Gavin Patton made 12 saves for Cony, while goalkeeper Owen Mower averted six for Edward Little.

Dirigo 1, Mountain Valley 0

RUMFORD — Senior Justin Cantin scored the lone goal in the second half as Dirigo edged Mountain Valley 1-0 in boys’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

The Falcons (3-6-1) oushot the Cougars (1-9) by a margin of 30-6, but Mountain Valley couldn’t get a goal past Justin Grignon, who made 19 saves for Dirigo.

Goaltender Jacob Beauchesne repelled two goals for Mountain Valley in the losing effort.

Lewiston 8, Oxford Hills 1

PARIS — Freshman forward Bilal Hersi scored a hat trick as Lewiston jettisoned Oxford Hills in boys’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

Hersi opened the matchup with a pair of goals for the Blue Devils (9-1). Benjamin Musese chipped in with two goals for Lewiston.

Goalie Wyatt Rider made five saves for the Vikings (1-9), while goalkeeper Alex Rivet turned aside six shots to earn the win in net for Lewiston.

Field hockey

Fryeburg 5, Gray-New Gloucester 0

GRAY — Janelle Wiesemann netted a pair of goals Tuesday to lead Fryeburg to a 5-0 win over Gray-New Gloucester in a field hockey tilt. 

Taylor Kruger, Joelle Buzzell and Amelia Rowland also tallied for the Raiders. 

Kylie Rose needed only three saves to earn the shutout, while Alicia Credit turned aside seven shots for the Patriots. 

Mt. Blue 6, Mt. Ararat 0

FARMINGTON — Hannah Minns and Molly Harmon each netted two goals Tuesday as Mt. Blue hustled to a 6-0 late-season field hockey shutout over Mt. Ararat. 

Adelle Foss and Ellie Pelletier also tallied for the Cougars to complete the scoring.

Erika McArthur needed only two saves to notch the victory, while Haley Fizzle deflected 21 shots for Mt. Ararat. 

Poland 2, Lake Region 1, 2 OT

POLAND — Hwida Nawass converted a reverse stick pass from her sister Higera Nawass with 4:20 left in overtime to give Poland a 2-1 victory over Lake Region in Tuesday’s field hockey tilt. 

Lexi Morey put the Knights (7-5-1) on the board early before Kaitlyn Plummer tied the contest for Lake Region (0-10-1). 

Ashton Sturtevant made six saves for Poland, while Maddie Nelson deflected eight shots between the posts for Lake Region. 

Girls’ soccer

Edward Little 7, Cony 1

AUBURN — Piper Norcross registered a hat trick Tuesday to propel Edward Little to a 7-1 late-season girls’ soccer victory over Cony. 

Grace Beaudet, Grace Fontaine, Mariah Vaillancourt and Caroline Hammond also tallied for the Red Eddies (7-2-1). Lexi Goulette scored the Rams’ lone goal. 

Taylor Depot made two saves for Edward Little, while Alycia Lyon turned aside 10 shots between the posts for Cony. 

Monmouth 3, Hall-Dale 0

FARMINGDALE — Emily Grandahl netted a pair of goals to lead Monmouth to a tidy 3-0 late-season win over Hall-Dale in girls’ soccer action Tuesday.

Tia Day also contributed for the undefeated Mustangs (11-0), with a goal and one assist. 

Katie Harris made six saves to notch the shutout, while Maggie Gross deflected 13 shots for the Bulldogs (3-7-1). 

Lewiston 1, Oxford Hills 0

LEWISTON — Kajha Gagnon scored off an indirect free kick with just four seconds left in the first half to give Lewiston a 1-0 girls’ soccer win over Oxford Hills on Tuesday. 

Megan St. Cyr contributed an assist for the Blue Devils (6-3-1). 

Kallie May made five saves to notch the shutout, while Kristin Paine turned aside 15 shots for the Vikings (1-9). 

Sacopee Valley 4, St. Dom’s 0

SOUTH HIRAM — Senior midfielder Mckenzie Murphy scored two goals as Sacopee Valley cruised to a 4-0 victory over St. Dom’s in WMC girls’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

The Hawks (8-0-1) scored three goals in the second half.

Goalie Abby Castonguay made 10 saves for St. Dom’s (1-10), while goalkeeper Madison Day stopped two to earn the win in net for Sacopee Valley.

Freeport 4, Poland 0

FREEPORT — Junior midfielder Taylor Rinaldi collected a pair of goals as Freeport sailed to a 4-0 victory over Poland in WMC girls’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

The Falcons (6-4) finished off several opportunities in transition to muster the advantage. Freeport led 2-0 at the half.

Goalies Madison Simard and Sophie Vallee combined for 15 saves for the Knights (3-7), while goalkeeper Jordan Randall prevented seven to earn the win in net for Freeport.

Yarmouth 4, Gray-New Gloucester 0

GRAY — Katie Clemmer scored a hat trick as Yarmouth coasted to a 4-0 victory over Gray-New Glocuester in girls’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

The Clippers (10-0-1) led 2-0 at the midpoint. Sara Dappolonia rounded out the scoring for Yarmouth.

Goalies Chelsea Davis and Sydney Rodrigues combined for 14 saves for the Patriots (5-5), while goalkeeper Meredith Lane fended off five to earn the win in net for Yarmouth.

Leavitt 2, Medomak Valley 0

WALDOBORO — Nikki Daigle scored two goals to help Leavitt grab a 2-0 win over Medomak Valley in girls’ soccer action Tuesday.

Daigle got her first goal three minutes into the second half for the Hornets, capitalizing on a missed kicked ball. Daigle scored again by converting a pass from Emmalee Duguay on a breakaway.

Goalie Chelsea Ripley made nine saves for Medomak Valley, while Shelby Varney repelled five to earn the win in net for Leavitt.

College Soccer

SMCC 3, CMCC 2

AUBURN — Madison Simms scored an unassisted goal in the second half to give Southern Maine Community College a 3-2 win over Central Maine Community College in a women’s soccer tilt Tuesday. 

Hanna Fields and Samantha Munson gave Southern Maine (4-5) a 2-1 advantage in the first half. Megan Duval scored for the struggling Mustangs (1-8). 

Emily Harris made five saves for Southern Maine, while Chantel Camber turned back 13 shots for Central Maine. 


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