WATERVILLE — Christine Chasse notched a hat trick and CeCe Racine stopped a free-position shot in the final two minutes to preserve a one-goal advantage as Lewiston edged Messalonskee, 10-9, to win the KVAC Class A Championship at Thomas College on Saturday.

The Blue Devils led 5-4 at the half. Shaima Naji, Sasha Leclair and Erin LaChance each added two goals for Lewiston.

Ally Turner carried most of the Eagles’ offense, netting an impressive six goals.

Goalie Gabby Languet made 12 saves for Messalonskee, while Racine finished with 15 to earn the win in net for Lewiston.


Brewer 3, Oxford Hills 1

PARIS — Brewer scored twice in the sixth inning to break a 1-1 tie and win the KVAC baseball championship, 3-1.


Alex Brooks scattered six hits while going the distance to pick up the win for Brewer. Jack Corey had three hits and drove in a run for the Witches.
Brayden Bean and Hunter LaBossiere had two hits apiece for the Vikings, while Ashton Kennison had an RBI single.

Reese Farrell drafted by Moncton

Auburn native Reese Farrell heard his name called by the Moncton Wildcats in Saturday’s Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s entry draft held in Saint John, New Brunswick.

The 16-year-old forward, who played at North Yarmouth Academy this past season, was the first selection of the 13th round by Moncton, which finished last in the QMJHL this past season. With the Panthers this past season, Farrell had 13 goals and five assists in 26 games.

In 2015-16, he played with St. Dom’s, where he had 10 goals and 25 assists in 18 games.

He wasn’t the only Mainer to be drafted by Moncton. In the 14th round, the Wildcats drafted Max Bogdanovich of Scarborough. Bogdanovich is a verbal commit to the University of Maine and this past season played with the Boston Jr. Bruins U16 USPHL team, where he had 18 goals and 13 assists in 36 games.

Both Farrell and Bogdanovich remain NCAA eligible as long as they don’t sign with Moncton.

The Wildcats’ general manager is Roger Shannon, who was the Lewiston Maineiacs’ last GM.

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