DIXFIELD — Emily Woods scored a pair of goals and Jayce Brophy assisted on all three goals in Dirigo’s 3-1 victory over Spruce Mountain in MVC field hockey action Saturday.

Grace Robbins scored for Dirigo in the first half and Mariyah Fournier punched in a goal for Spruce in the fourth quarter.

Dirigo goalie Avila Ellis had a light day, making four saves.

LEWISTON 1, BRUNSWICK 1: The Blue Devils were hanging on to a first-half lead when the Dragons’ Ava Wolverton scored unassisted to tie the game at 1-1 with 1:27 left in regulation in Lewiston.

The game remained tied after double overtime. Lewiston received a yellow card at the end of the first overtime period and was forced to play a player down for over half of the second overtime.

Lewiston’s Ahna Dostie scored on an assist by Kelsey Westleigh in the second quarter. Blue Devil goalie Kim McLaughlin recorded 15 saves.

SKOWHEGAN 3, OXFORD HILLS 0: Layla Conway scored twice in the first quarter to help the River Hawks (4-0) to a win over the Vikings (6-3) in Paris.

Kate Kelso scored in the second quarter for Skowhegan and Lanie Vanadestine made four saves.

Gabby Wight made 14 saves for Oxford Hills.

LEAVITT 3, OXFORD HILLS 1: Myles Hanscom only needed to make four saves for the Hornets (2-3-1) in a win over the Vikings (0-6-1) in Turner.

Cooper McGray, Ian Redstone and Logan Berube scored for Leavitt. Garrett Gaudin and Blake Springer had assists.

Andrew Merrill scored for Oxford Hills, with Paavo Johnson picking up the assist.

Emmett Hand stopped nine shots for the Vikings.

LISBON 11, WINTHROP 1: Danny Levesque scored four times and added two assists for the Greyhounds (6-1), who defeated the Ramblers (2-4) in Lisbon.

Caden Boone had two goals for Lisbon, while Elijah Fullerton had a goal and two assists. Bryce Mitchell and Levi Tibbetts each had a goal and assist. Aidan Parker had a goal and Hunter Brissette had two assists.

Teddy Wagner scored for Winthrop.

POLAND 3, ST. DOMINIC 2: Drew Sayler scored twice and had an assist for the Knights (1-6) in a victory over the Saints (0-5) in Auburn.

Talon Langevin chipped in with a goal and an assist. Poland keeper Trevor Robbins made 12 saves.

Noah Cyr and Garrett Kendall scored for the Saints.

RICHMOND 13, RANGELEY 1: Cole Alexander scored four goals to lead the Bobcats on the road against the Lakers in Rangeley.

Matt Vesselli and Chance Taylor (three assists) added two goals apiece and Brady Alexander and Hunter Mason each had a goal and an assist. Connor Vachon and Alexx Roy both made two saves in goal.

Keegan Donegan scored the lone Rangeley goal and James Hathaway made six saves.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 5, ST. DOMINIC 0: Hayden Wienckowski scored twice and Jazzy Huntsman had a goal and an assist for the Panthers (6-0) in a win over the Saints (1-6) in Auburn.

NYA led 3-0 at halftime on goals by Michala Wallace, Wienckowski and Huntsman, with the first two set up by Emily Robbins.

Angel Huntsman made it 4-0 in the second half, heading in a corner kick by Maggie Holt, before Wienckowski completed the scoring.

Charlotte Harper-Cunningham needed only one save for the shutout. Anna Theriault made 12 saves for St. Dom’s.

OXFORD HILLS 1, LEAVITT 1: The Vikings and Hornets battled through double overtime to a tie game in Turner.

Ali Denning scored her unassisted goal in the first quarter for Leavitt, while Oxford Hills’ Isabella DeVivo scored her unassisted goal in the second quarter.

Oxford Hills netminder Gianna DeVivo made seven saves, while Leavitt goalie Carlie Leavitt made 12.

SCARBOROUGH 43, EDWARD LITTLE 13: Sam Rumelhart factored into the first five touchdowns as the Red Storm (2-2) rolled to a Class A victory over the Red Eddies (0-4) in Auburn.

Rumelhart connected with Ryan Kelly for a 35-yard scoring strike in the first quarter, then added four more TDs (three rushing, one passing) in the second. He found Kelly again from 35 yards out for his second passing TD. Rumelhart finished 5-of-11 passing for 130 yards and added 163 yards rushing on 11 carries.

Reno Karageorge ran in the final Scarborough score.

Jack Keefe tossed a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns for Edward Little.

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