BINGHAM — Dylan Harvey and Noah Wiley scored second-half goals in Buckfield’s 2-1 East/West Conference boys’ soccer win over Valley on Tuesday.

Rick Kraske made nine saves in the Buckfield (6-2-1) win.

Joey Thomas scored for Valley (1-6-0).

Freeport 6, Poland 0

FREEPORT — Jesse Bennell scored two goals and had two assists as the Falcons (6-1-2) rolled past the Knights (1-6) on Tuesday.

Freeport led 2-0 at halftime. Owen Howarth, Eriksen Shea, Shea Wagner and Bill Antoine also scored for the Falcons.

Davin Cloutier finished with 12 saves for Poland.

Lewiston 11, Messalonskee 1

OAKLAND — Cooper Millett notched a pair of goals and eight other Blue Devils scored in the lopsided KVAC boys’ soccer win Tuesday.

Abdilahi Abdi had a goal and two assists for unbeaten Lewiston (7-0-1), while Ahmed Hussein netted one goal and assisted on another. Bilal Hersi also had a goal in the win.

Gabe Katz netted the lone goal for Messalonskee (1-7-0), and Carter Lambert was called upon to make 17 saves.

Mt. Abram 8, Wiscasset/Boothbay 0

WISCASSET — Six different players scored goals for Mt. Abram in an 8-0 boys’ soccer win over Wiscasset on Tuesday.

Tyson Hill and Nate Luce each scored two goals for the Roadrunners. Evan Allen, Oskar Martinez, Cam Walters and Jackson Masterson each had a goal. JB Jordan added two assists, and Wyatt Siemeski and Denny Marble each had a helper.

Mt. Abram goalkeepers Jack Deming and Ian Allen combined to make three saves. Wiscasset goalie Caleb Gabriele made 12 saves.

Girls’ soccer

Bangor 3, Edward Little 0

BANGOR — Celia de Diego had a pair of goals to pace Bangor to a 3-0 victory over Edward Little in KVAC girls’ soccer action Tuesday.

Isabela Varisco also had a goal, while Alexis Lebreth only needed to make two saves to preserve the shutout for the Rams (5-2-1).

Allie Annear and Kayleigh Leclerc combined to make 18 saves for the Red Eddies (1-5-2).

Skowhegan 4, Mt. Blue 1

SKOWHEGAN — Marlee Hisler scored a pair of goals to lead the Indians to the KVAC girls’ soccer win over the Cougars on Tuesday.

Josie Parker and Abby Bolvin also had goals for Skowhegan (4-3-1), and Alyssa Everett handed out three assists.

Eryn Parlin scored the only goal for Mt. Blue (1-6-1).

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