RUMFORD — Will Sorensen scored on a rebound from a shot by Garrett Garbarini with 10 seconds left in double overtime to give Mountain Valley a 2-1 win over Oak Hill in a late-season boys’ soccer tilt on Tuesday.

Espen Lamberg also scored for the Falcons (8-2-3) in the first half. Colby Leighton scored the Raiders’ (4-7-2) lone goal in the second half.

Jacob Rainey made three saves to notch the win, while Cole Whitten deflected 15 shots between the posts for Oak Hill.

Edward Little 5, Oxford Hills 0

AUBURN — Spencer Frahn led a group of five players to score a goal on Tuesday as Edward Little overpowered Oxford Hills, 5-0, in a late-season boys’ soccer matchup.

Barrack Abdraba, Mnawer Dubai, Christian Beliveau and Jamal Issack also tallied for the Red Eddies to complete the scoring.

Carrabec 5, Spruce Mountain 0

JAY — Seth Padelford and Dylan Willette each netted a pair of goals on Tuesday as Carrabec hustled to a 5-0 rout over Spruce Mountain in a late-season boys’ soccer tilt.

Cole Rugh also tallied for the Cobras to complete the scoring.

Brad Clark only needed a single save to notch the shutout; while Andrew Shaw (4) and Brady Walp (6) combined to deflect 10 shots for the Phoenix.

Mt. Blue 3, Mt. Ararat 1

FARMINGTON — Junior striker Sam Smith nailed the game-winner and assisted on the insurance tally as Mt. Blue dispatched Mt. Ararat 3-1 in boys’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

Junior midfielder Maximus Valera tied the score at 1-1 for the Eagles, before the close of the half.

Mick Gurney registered the insurance goal for the Cougars (7-4-1).

Goalie Gavin Patterson made three saves for Mt. Ararat, while goalie Tucker Carleton turned back five to earn the win in net for Mt. Blue.

Lisbon 8, Dirigo 0

LISBON — Cam Poisson led Lisbon with a hat trick as the Greyhounds defeated Dirigo in a boys’ soccer contest.

Noah Austin had five points with two goals and three assists. Nick Austin, Jack Tibbetts and Glenn Hill each had a goal for Lisbon (7-3-2). DJ Douglass had two assists and Jonah Sautter only needed to make one save in goal.

Wes Libby stopped 11 shots for Dirigo (0-12).

Rangeley 0, PTA 0

FREEPORT — Rangeley and Pine Tree Academy battled through regulation and a pair of overtimes but couldn’t solve anything in a 0-0 Class D South soccer draw on Tuesday.

Liam Knowles turned back three shots for Pine Tree, while Rangeley keeper Hunter Lowell deflected five in the double shutout.

Field hockey

Poland 2, Yarmouth 1

POLAND — Higera Nawass converted a pass from Bri Doucette at the 22:33 mark of the second half to give Poland a 2-1 late-season field hockey win over Yarmouth.

Doucette also tallied for the Knights, while Abby Hill scored Yarmouth’s lone goal.

Ashton Sturtevant made 10 saves for Poland, while Cayte Tillotson handled netkeeping duties for Yarmouth.

Dirigo 3, Lisbon 1

DIXFIELD — Grace Timberlake scored a goal in each half Tuesday as Dirigo rolled to a 3-1 late-season field hockey win over Lisbon.

Natalie Scott tallied for the Greyhounds with an assist from Savannah Czechalski. Sophia Jacques also scored for Dirigo to complete the scoring.

Morgan Morrow turned aside 11 shots for Dirigo, while Becky Budesheim made 10 saves between the posts for Lisbon.

St. Dom’s 8, Wells 0

WELLS — Caroline Johnson recorded a hat trick as St. Dom’s coasted to an 8-0 victory over Wells in field hockey action Tuesday afternoon.

The Saints (14-0) dominated on offense, outshooting the Warriors (6-8) by a margin of 23-0.

Hannah Trottier-Braun and Anna Cote contributed two goals apiece. Paige Cote added a goal and three assists.

Goalie Amanda Ring made 15 saves for Wells, while goalie Abby Slonina picked up the win without having to make a save for St. Dom’s.

Mt. Blue 9, Camden Hills 0

FARMINGTON — Hannah Minns scored three time to lead Mt. Blue to a 9-0 shutout victory over Camden Hills in girls’ soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

Ellie Pelletier provided two goals and an assist for the Cougars (10-3). Mt. Blue had an impressive 25-0 shot on goal margin.

Goalie Jenna Stearns made 16 saves for the Windjammers (4-8-1), while goalies Ericka McArthur and Brooke Bolduc faced zero in the winning effort.

Girls’ soccer

Edward Little 4, Oxford Hills 2

PARIS — Piper Norcross netted four goals on Tuesday to propel Edward Little to a 4-2 victory over over Oxford Hills in a late-season girls’ soccer matchup.

Lauren Berube also contributed for the Red Eddies with an assist on Norcross’ second tally. Derry Bessette and Julia Colby each scored for the Vikings.

Taylor Depot made six saves for Edward Little, while Jillian Douglass turned aside five shots for Oxford Hills.

York 2, Gray-New Gloucester 1

GRAY — After a scoreless first half, York scored twice in the second frame to pull out a 2-1 girls’ soccer victory over Gray-New Gloucester.

Payton Humphrey and Sophie Lewis each tallied a goal for York (6-5-1), while Alexa Thayer scored the Patriots’ (5-6-1) lone goal.

Anna Baker made seven saves for York, while Chelsea Davis deflected eight shots for Gray-New Gloucester.

Wells 7, Poland 1

POLAND — Senior midfielder Leah Tufts scored a pair of goals as Wells cruised to a 7-1 victory over Poland in girls’ soccer Tuesday afternoon.

The Warriors (7-5) took a 5-0 lead at halftime. Wells was able to finish many opportunities.

Junior forward Leya Harvey scored the lone goal for the Knights (2-9-1).

Goalies Sydney Hudson made 10 saves and Sophie Vallee another eight for Poland, while goalie Lauren Bartlett prevented five to earn the win in net for Wells.

College field hockey

Bates 2, Babson 1

LEWISTON — Sophomore Grace Fitzgerald scored the game-winning goal in overtime and the Bates field hockey team stunned No. 2 nationally ranked Babson 2-1 in field hockey action Tuesday evening at Campus Avenue Field.

In the 75th minute, Fitzgerald got the ball 25 yards out for the Bobcats (5-5) and moved just inside the arc. She ripped a shot past the diving keeper into the lower right side of the cage.

After a scoreless first half, senior captain Sydney Beres connected with junior Taylor Lough in the 54th minute to fire a shot into the back of the cage for her team-leading sixth goal of the season.

But, the Beavers (12-2) responded right away. Kate Driscoll planted a deflection into the net for her seventh goal of the season, tying the game at one in the 56th minute of action.

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