HAMPDEN — Maulid Abdow led all players with two goals and three other Blue Devils added a goal each as Lewiston ran away from Hampden 5-1 in the teams’ penultimate KVAC regular-season soccer match on Saturday.

Bilal Hersi, Ben Musese and Ibn Khalid registered goals for the Devils (11-2-0). Yusuf Mohamed, Joe Kalilwa, Mwesa Mulonda and Dalton Wing all had assists in the win, and keeper Alex Rivet turned back four shots.

Andrew Gendreau netted hampden’s lone goal on a direct free kick in the first half.

Vinalhaven 2, Rangeley 1

VINALHAVEN — Cody Hamilton scored the game-winning goal in the second half to lift host Vinalhaven to a 2-1 win over Rangeley in an EWC soccer game Saturday.

The Vikings’ Henry Noyes and Rangeley’s Zac Trafton each scored in the first half. The Lakers outshot the Vikings, 21-17, but Vinalhaven had the edge in corners, 5-4.

Mt. Abram 5, Dirigo 0

SALEM — Tyson Hill scored two goals as Mt. Abram cruised to a 5-0 victory over Dirigo in boys’ soccer action Saturday afternoon.

Evan Allen, Denny Marble and Jonathan Jordan added one goal each to contribute to the Roadrunner’s (5-7-2) offense.

Goalie Colin Woodhead made 13 saves for the Cougars (1-13), while Xavier Romanoski and Dillan Wells combined for three saves to earn the shutout for Mt. Abram.

Girls’ soccer

Old Orchard Beach 4, Buckfield 0

OLD ORCHARD BEACH — Emily Greenlee scored a hat trick as Old Orchard Beach overpowered Buckfield 4-0 in girls’ soccer action Saturday afternoon.

The Seagulls (5-7-2) took a 3-0 lead at halftime. Abbie Nadeau contributed a goal for Old Orchard Beach.

Goalies Kaylee Harvey and Rachel Warren combined for four saves for the Bucks (8-5), while goalkeeper Tiffany Leclair prevented four to earn the win in net for Old Orchard Beach.

Men’s college soccer

St. Joseph’s 2, CMCC 0

AUBURN — Freshman Dominick Simpson scored the opening goal as St. Josephs’ stopped Central Maine Community College in its’ tracks with a 2-0 victory in men’s college soccer action Saturday afternoon.

The Mustangs got a penalty kick opportunity seven and a half minutes into the contest. But, Brandon Morissette’s shot was artfully defended by goalie Kyle Millagan.

Goalie Austin Wing made five saves for CMCC, while goalkeeper Milligan fended off four for St. Joseph’s in the winning effort.

UMaine-Farmington 2, Johnson State 0

FARMINGTON — Jon Randolph of Buckfield scored his first career goal to lead the University of Maine at Farmington to a 2-0 victory over Johnson State College in men’s soccer action Saturday afternoon.

In the first half, Nick Marshall scored at 6:24 to give the Beavers (4-9) the early lead. Marshall took a crossing pass from Ethan Stufoso and fired it into the back of the net for a 1-0 halftime lead.

Goalie Garrit Lane turned away 11 shots for the Badgers (2-11), while goalkeeper Ronie Morales saved all five shots he faed to earn the win in goal for Farmington.

Women’s college soccer

UMaine-Farmington 5, Johnson State 2

FARMINGTON — Sophomore forward Lydia Roy scored three second half goals to lead the University of Maine at Farmington to a 5-2 triumph over Johnson State College in women’s soccer action Saturday afternoon.

Senior forward Bridget Humphrey got the Beavers (7-5) on the board just two minutes into the game on an unassisted tally.  Roy’s last goal was a 32-yard laser into the back of the net for the final margin of victory.

Goalie Danielle Schreiner made 16 saves for the Badgers (1-11), while goalkeeper Kiana Thompson saved one shot to earn the victory in goal for Farmington.

College field hockey

St. Joseph’s (ME) 4, Mount Ida 0

STANDISH — Senior Kelsey Dumond of Lewiston scored two goals as St. Joseph’s blanked Mount Ida 4-0 in GNAC field hockey action Saturday afternoon.

The Mustangs (9-6) employed a pair of goalies in the setback, with starter Grace Ryan of Livermore Falls posting seven saves in the first half and fellow freshman Jessica Henry stopping three shots in the second stanza.

Sophomore Kara Kelly also provided a pair of goals for the Monks (9-5). Freshman forward Libby Pomerleau assisted on both of Kelly’s goals.

Dumond broke the Monks’ single-game shots record with 17 attempts in the victory.


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