PORTLAND — Sophomore forward Katy Henderson notched two goals and an assist as Buckfield blanked Greater Portland Christian Academy 3-0 in girls’ soccer action Saturday afternoon.

The Bucks (6-3-2) dominated on offense and led 2-0 at the half.

Goalie Clairette Kirezi made 11 saves for the Lions (0-10), while Rachel Warren and Molly Bourget had one stop apiece for Buckfield.

Boys’ soccer

Buckfield 7, Greater Portland Christian 0

PORTLAND — Ethan Jackson recorded a hat trick as Buckfield cruised to a 7-0 victory over Greater Portland Christian Academy in boys’ soccer action Saturday afternoon.

Tyler Gammon pitched in with a pair of goals, and Jackson added two assists with this tallies for the Bucks (10-1). Noah Wiley and Zack Grover also had assists.

Goalkeeper Mason Jones had a workout in net for the Lions (3-6-1), making 21 saves. Rick Kraske turned away two shots to earn the win in net for Buckfield.

Rangeley 3, Valley 1

RANGELEY — Leo Perez had a goal and an assists to lead Rangeley to a 3-1 boys’ soccer victory over Valley on Saturday.

His goal held up as the game-winner.

Kyle LaRochelle and Mathieu Lessard also scored for the Lakers (2-7-1). Ian Willis recorded an assist, while Hunter Lowell made eight saves in net.

Mason Wyman scored for Valley (1-9-0). Dillon Beane made 18 saves in goal.

Mountain Valley 8, Dirigo 0

DIXFIELD — Goalkeeper Jacob Rainey moved up from goalie and capped Mountain Valley’s 8-0 shutout of Dirigo with a goal in the boys’ soccer game’s final minute Saturday.

Rainey also made two saves for the Falcons (7-2-3). He was one of eight Mountain Valley players to score, joining, in chronological order, Jacob Sinclair, Espen Lamberg, Cameron Gallant, Vinny Deroche, Moritz Wehrhein, Seth Peaslee and Trevor Gallant.

Wes Libby made 13 saves for Dirigo (0-11).

Field hockey

Dirigo 8, Telstar 0

DIXFIELD — Sophia Jacques led the scoring with two goals and an assist as Dirigo rolled to an 8-0 victory over Telstar in field hockey action Saturday afternoon.

The Cougars led 4-0 at the half. Ashley Perreault contributed a goal and two assists for Dirigo.

Goalie Perry Morton made 22 saves for the Rebels.

College field hockey

Bares 3, Connecticut College 1

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Goals by Emily Gianunzio, Jessie Moriary and Caroline O’Reilly gave the Bates field hockey team a 3-0 lead after 32 minutes, and the Bobcats held on for a 3-1 NESCAC victory at Connecticut College on Saturday afternoon.

The Bobcats (4-5) snapped a two-game skid with the win.

The host Camels (3-8) outshot the Bobcats by a 17-14 margin and had a 5-4 edge in penalty corners. But Bates was more accurate, with an 8-6 difference in shots on goal.

Gianunzio scored her first collegiate goal to put Bates in the lead in the ninth minute of the game.

College volleyball

Williams 3, Bates 2

LEWISTON — Erin Denham and Ally Ostrow combined for 39 kills, including 21 in the final two sets, as Williams College came back from a 2-0 deficit to defeat Bates College 3-2 on Saturday afternoon.

The Ephs struggled in the first two sets, but they regrouped in the third, pulling away from a 15-15 tie with six straight points on Daiana Takashima’s service.

Angel Echipue led the Bobcats with 13 kills and no attack errors on 28 attempts, along with six blocks. Taylor Stafford-Smith added 12 kills, and Ruby Lightbourn posted nine kills and three aces.

Men’s soccer

Connecticut College 3, Bates 1

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Sophomore Peder Bakken found the back of the net, but Bates’ men’s soccer team dropped a road match 3-1 Saturday afternoon.

The Camels (8-0-3) scored three goals in the first half to take command of the match.

The Bobcats (4-2-2) got on the board in the 60th minute. Bakken delivered an on-target shot that the Camels could not clear. The ball bounced off a defender and into the back of the net to cut the deficit to 3-1.

Goalie Robbie Montanaro matched his career-high 11 saves for Bates, while A.J. Marcucci made four saves for Connecticut College in the winning effort.

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