TURNER — Leavitt scored a goal in each half to take home a 2-0 KVAC field hockey victory over Gardiner on Thursday.

Ava Gagnon scored in both halves and on both goals, Keriah Marston set up the goal with the assist. The Tigers (3-4) pressured the Hornets (5-1) late in the game but Leavitt held off the attacks. Leavitt’s Paige DeMascio saved three shots, while Cassidy Clark saved four for Gardiner.

WINTHROP 7, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 2: Maddie Perkins scored three goals to lead the Ramblers to a road win over the Phoenix in Jay.

Perkins’ third goal was part of a second-half effort that saw Winthrop pull away from a 3-2 halftime lead. Julia Letourneau, Lauryn Wood and Izzy Folsom also scored in the second half. Madeline Wagner scored from Bella Littler in the first half.

Aubrey Kachnovich scored from Ella Plourde in the first half for Spruce Mountain, and Mariyah Fournier added an unassisted goal.

Jayden Achorn made 31 saves for the Phoenix, while the Ramblers got seven combined saves from Madison Weymouth (six) and Elle Folsom (one).

BRUNSWICK 1, OXFORD HILLS 0: Ava Wolverton broke the stalemate with a second-quarter goal that lifted the Dragons (5-2-1) to a win over the Vikings (6-2) in Brunswick.

Ellie Sullivan assisted on Wolverton’s goal at the 6:07 mark of the second. Goalie Ahavah Burch had two saves for Brunswick.

Oxford Hills goalie Gabbie Wright made five saves.

MT. ARARAT 3, EDWARD LITTLE 2: Lily Koslosky’s third goal of the game pushed the Eagles past the Red Eddies in Topsham.

Koslosky scored a pair of goals in the second quarter to put Mt. Ararat ahead 2-0 at halftime. Leah Thibodeau scored a goal in the third quarter for Edward Little, then another in the fourth to tie the game.

Kasey Smith made five saves for EL, and Hana Dumont added two more. Piper Cohen stopped nine shots for Mt. Ararat.

YARMOUTH 1, POLAND 0, OT: Zoe Sammon scored in overtime to give the Cluppers (6-2-1) the win over the Knights (1-7) in Poland on Thursday.

Emma Moreau made 17 saves for Poland and Cassie Walsh made four saves for Yarmouth.

MORSE 0, LEAVITT 0: The Shipbuilders (1-5-1) and the Hornets (1-4-1) played through regulation and two overtimes but weren’t able to determine a winner in Turner.

Morse’s Michaela Petterson made eight saves, while Carlie Leavitt stopped seven shots for Leavitt. Leavitt led in corners, 4-2.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 2, BOOTHBAY/WISCASSET 0: The Phoenix (2-4) took down Boothbay/Wiscasset (0-6) in a shortened game in Jay.

In just 40 minutes of action, Spruce Mountain scored twice off goals from Cully Johnson and Jesse Lewis to finish off Wiscasset. Owen Bryant and Johnson each had an assist.

Phoenix goalkeeper Nate Holland didn’t face any shots on goal, while Boothbay/Wiscasset’s Nate Schute saved 13 shots.

CARRABEC 5, DIRIGO 1: Luke Carey netted a hat trick to help the Cobras (1-0) pull away from the host Cougars (1-5) in Dixfield.

Seth Price scored the other two goals for Carrabec, which was playing its long-awaited season opener. William Lawrence made five saves in goal.

Trenton Hutchinson scored for Dirigo, which trailed 2-1 at halftime. Travis Wright stopped 11 of 14 shots for the Cobras.

CAMDEN HILLS 2, EDWARD LITTLE 0: The Windjammers improve to 4-1 with its win over the Red Eddies (5-2) on Thursday in Auburn.

Lucas Moody scored off a corner kick in the first half while Ben Schenk scored in the final minute of the game to add an insurance marker.

Henry Pharris made two saves for Camden Hills and Eli St. Laurent also stopped two shots for Edward Little.

LEWISTON 8, SKOWHEGAN 0: Shafi Ibrahim notched three goals in the Blue Devils (6-0) win over the River Hawks (0-5) Thursday in Lewiston.

Igor Domingues scored twice and had an assist. Josh Brito and Romano Bassa each had a goal and an assist while Obed Antonio had a goal.

Payson Goyette and Tanner Anctil combined to make five saves for Lewiston.

Ryan Donoghue made 12 saves for Skowhegan.

MONMOUTH 1, MT. ABRAM 1, TIE: Both the Roadrunners (6-0-1) and the Mustangs (3-0-1) scored in the second half in Thursday’s draw in Salem.

Kaden Pillsbury gave Mt. Abram a 1-0 lead early in the second half with Wyatt Sieminski setting goal up.

Hayden Fletcher tied the game with under 10 minutes remaining.

Ian Allen made three saves for Mt. Abram while Hunter Frost stopped 11 shots for Monmouth.

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