AUBURN — Ahmed Safi netted a pair of goals as Edward Little edged Gardiner 4-3 in boys’ soccer action Tuesday.

Alex Thompson scored one for the Red Eddies, and Mnawer Dubai tallied one with two miutes left in regulation for Edward Little.

Yarmouth 3, Gray-New Gloucester 0

GRAY — Junior forward Eric Labrie posted a pair of goals as Yarmouth blanked Gray-New Gloucester 3-0 in boys’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

The Clippers (10-0) scored all three goals within a 10-minute span early in the second half.

Goalies Brannon Gilbert and Kyle Curtis combined for 14 saves for the Patriots (3-6), while Cal Owen, Curtis Owen and Spencer King shared keeper duties for Yarmouth with zero shots faced in the winning effort.


Field hockey

Edward Little 3, Mt. Ararat 1

TOPSHAM — After a 1-1 deadlock at the half, Liz Bellman scored a pair of goals in the second half to give Edward Little a 3-1 victory over Mt. Ararat in a late-season field hockey tilt Tuesday.

Jordan Cummings also tallied for the Red Eddies (4-8), while Wylee Fitzpatrick scored the Eagles’ (7-4) lone goal.

Elise Syphers made seven saves for Edward Little, while Lily Schenk and Emma Lapreziosa combined to deflect four shots for Mt. Ararat.

Leavitt 4, Erskine 0


TURNER — Jaelyn Nadeau recorded a hat trick on Tuesday as Leavitt hustled to a 4-0 field hockey rout over Erskine.

Samantha Martineau also tallied for the Hornets (7-4), while Kaitlyn Leclerc (2) and Mackenzie Treadwell contributed with asissts.

Hailey DeMascio didn’t need a single save to notch the shutout, while Lucy Allen turned aside 14 shots between the posts for Erskine (4-7).

Mt. Blue 2, Messalonskee 1

OAKLAND — Samantha Ellis broke a 1-1 deadlock with her goal in the second frame as Mt. Blue managed to edge Messalonskee 2-1 in another local field hockey matchup.

Hannah Minns put the Cougars (8-3) on the board in the first half, while Kaitlyn Smith scored the Eagles (10-1) lone goal with an assist from Chloe Tilley.


Erika McArthur made five saves for Mt. Blue, while Julie Vigue deflected seven shots for Messalonskee.

Girls’ soccer

Lisbon 6, Mountain Valley 1

RUMFORD — Kiley Merritt scored a pair of goals in each half Tuesday to lead Lisbon to a 6-1 victory over Mountain Valley in a girls’ tilt.

Giana Russo netted two goals for the Greyhounds to complete the scoring. Sadie Garbarini converted a pass from Brooke Carver to score for the Falcons.

Anna Willey made five saves for Lisbon, while Lauren Sterling deflected 24 shots for Mountain Valley.


Oak Hill 3, Winthrop 1

WALES — Oak Hill saw a pair of players step up on offense in the second half, breaking a 1-1 statemate with two goals to secure a 3-1 late-season victory over Winthop.

Eliza Whisenant and Sydney Drew each scored for the undefeated Raiders (11-0-0) after break, while Makayla Hilchey tallied in the first half. Sierra Huff scored the Ramblers’ (5-6) lone goal with an assist from Aaliyah Wilson Falcone.

Anna Dodge made four saves for Oak Hill, while Samantha Moody turned aside 21 shots between the posts for Winthrop.

Edward Little 5, Gardiner 1

AUBURN — Lauren Berube registered a hat trick on Tuesday to propel Edward Little to a 5-1 late-season girls’ soccer win over Gardiner.


Piper Norcross and Julia Berube also tallied for the Red Eddies, while Alexis Nastor scored for the Tigers.

Veteran keeper Taylor Depot made four saves for Edward Little, while Brianna Perry deflected 15 shots for Gardiner.

Monmouth 8, Mt. Abram 0

SALEM — Tia Day registered a hat trick on Tuesday to lead Monmouth to a 8-0 late-season girls’ soccer rout over Mt. Abram.

Emily Grandahl and Audrey Fletcher chipped in for the Mustangs (9-1) with two goals each, while a single tally from Kayla Brooks completed the scoring.

Destiny Clough needed only three saves to notch the shutout, while Kiley Holt turned aside 18 shots for the Roadrunners (4-7-1).


Lewiston 0, Maranacook 0

READFIELD — Gemma Landry stepped up to make four solid saves on Tuesday to allow Lewiston to salvage a 0-0 late-season girls’ soccer tie against Maranacook.

The Blue Devils (1-5-4) outshot their opponents 13-4 yet never found the net.

Skyler Webb deflected 13 shots for the Black Bears (4-3-3), preventing Lewiston from scoring their second victory of 2017.

Oxford Hills 3, Leavitt 2

TURNER — Cecelia Dietrich converted a penalty kick with 10 minutes left in regulation to lift Oxford Hills to a 3-2 victory over Leavitt in more late-season girls’ soccer action Tuesday.


The Vikings took an early lead with goals from Lauren Merrill and Olivia Swift. Jayden Carpenter and Leah Maheux tied it up for the Hornets.

Gillian Grover made eight saves for Oxford Hills, while Shelby Varney turned aside 10 shots for Leavitt.

Poland 4, Fryeburg 2

POLAND — Junior striker Leah Harvey scored two goals, including the game-winner, as Poland picked up a 4-2 victory over Fryeburg in girls’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

The Knights (2-7-1) found the back of the net three times in the first half for a 3-1 lead at the midpoint.

Junior striker Malina Voter netted both of the Raiders’ (0-10) goals, one in each half.


Goalie Morgan Fusco made 12 saves for Fryeburg, while goalie Sydney Madison turned away nine to earn the win in net for Poland.

Buckfield 7, Greater Portland Christian 1

PORTLAND — Katy Henderson notched a hat trick as Buckfield sailed past Greater Portland Christian 7-1 in girls’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

The Bucks (5-2-2) led 4-0 at the half. Hannah Shields contributed a goal and two assists for Buckfield.

Goalie Clairette Kirezi made 10 saves for the Lions (0-8), while goalies Molly Bourget and Rachel Warren combined for two saves for Buckfield in the winning effort.

Yarmouth 7, Gray-New Gloucester 2


GRAY — Callie Decker and Sara D’Appolonia recorded two goals each as Yarmouth sailed to a 7-2 victory over Gray-New Gloucester in girls’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

The Clippers (11-0) bounded out to a 4-0 halftime lead, and garnered a 22-8 shot advantage in the contest.

Jordan Grant and Alexa Thayer netted the two Patriot (4-5-1) goals.

Goalie Chelsea Davis made seven saves, while Sydney Rodrigues had three saves for Gray-New Gloucester. Goalie Meredith Lane prevented four shots.

Men’s soccer

Bates 2, Maine Maritime 0


LEWISTON — Sophomore Eric Opoku missed a penalty kick in the 64th minute, then scored the game’s only two goals in the 68th and 71st minutes as the Bates men’s soccer team defeated Maine Maritime Academy 2-0 Tuesday night at Garcelon Field.

Maine Maritime (2-6-2) suffered its first loss in three games, while Bates rose to 4-1-2 overall, with a 3-0 record in non-conference play.

Bates accumulated an 18-4 edge in shots by the time Opoku was awarded the penalty kick, but the game remained at a 0-0 draw as the sophomore forward’s shot was batted away as Coleman leaned to his lefT.

But four minutes later, Bates came back to threaten Coleman and the Mariners once again. Senior forward Nate Merchant (Los Angeles, Calif.) made an outstanding move to his left to set up a left-footed shot near the top of the box. Coleman reflexively turned the shot away with his legs and the ball bounced to the nearby Opoku (Accra, Ghana), who finished off the play for his first goal of the season.

Less than three minutes after his first goal, Opoku carried the ball some 30 yards up the right side and past two defenders, then buried a shot inside the far left post past a defenseless Coleman.

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