LISBON — Sam Labamba and Levi Tibbetts each scored second-half goals as host Lisbon edged Hall-Dale 2-1 in an MVC boys soccer showdown on Tuesday.

Hunter Brissette assisted on both goals for the Greyhounds (7-1).

Kai Lucas scored on a header off of a Camden Adams free kick in the first half for the Bulldogs (5-2).

RANGELEY 4, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 1: Anthony Whittier had a pair of goals to lead the way for the Lakers (2-2-1) as they topped the Lions (1-4) at South Portland.

Evan Smith and Austin Hathaway added goals for Rangeley.

Kaden Patterson was the goal scorer for Greater Portland Christian.

Brayden Thompson had five saves for the Lakers, while Tyler Wilson recorded eight saves.

OAK HILL 4, WINTHROP 1: Ethan Vatasso scored two goals and assisted on another to lead the host Raiders to an MVC win over the Ramblers in Wales.

Vatasso set up Patrick Strout to open the scoring, then found the back of the net himself to make it 2-0 at halftime. Vatasso scored again from Landon Bangs to open the second half, then Strout’s corner kick led to Cooper Spencer’s goal to round out the Oak Hill scoring.

Teddy Wagner score the lone goal for Winthrop, with Iker Penniman notching the assist.

LEWISTON 5, HAMPDEN ACADEMY 0: Igor Domingues and Romano Bassa each had a goal and an assist in the Blue Devils’ (7-0) road victory over the Broncos (0-6-1) in Hampden.

David Abdi, Hamze Nur and Shafi Ibrahim also scored for Lewiston, and Tanner Anctil made three saves for the shutout.

Samuel Burnham stopped seven shots for Hampden.

CAPE ELIZABETH 9, POLAND 0: Hamza Shir scored three consecutive second-half goals as the Capers (6-2) cruised past the Knights (1-7) at Cape Elizabeth.

Eddie Calder had a goal and an assist in the first half, along with scores from Andrew Trachimowcz, Tiernan Lathrop and Daniel Rhyzov as Cape Elizabeth opened a 4-0 halftime lead.

Grant Kelley added a second half goal, as well as Dmitri Coupe on a feed from Marcus Wagner.

RANGELEY 8, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 0: Breezy Quimby, Eva Spear and Natalie Stokes each scored twice as the Lakers beat the Lions (0-4) at South Portland.

Amelia Stokes and Lily Shaffer also scored.

Aria Patterson and Sophia Stewart split time in goal, combining for eight saves for Greater Portland Christian.

FREEPORT 1, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Helen Pope scored in the second half to give the Falcons (2-4) the win over the Patriots (2-5) in Gray.

Amanda Panciocco and Lauren Roussel combined for four saves for Freeport.

Isa Ross made eight saves for G-NG.

GARDINER 1, LEAVITT 0: Corinne Vasvary scored the lone goal to give the Tigers a win over the Hornets in Gardiner.

Lorelei Mason had 21 saves for Gardiner (3-3-0).

Carly Leavitt had 13 saves for Leavitt (1-5-2).

BREWER 1, EDWARD LITTLE 0: Jordan Doak scored from Allie Salinas with 8:30 left in regulation to lift the Witches (5-2) past the host Red Eddies (3-6) in Auburn.

ST. DOM’S PLACES SECOND AT WMC CHAMPIONSHIP: Paced by Garrett Kendall’s 10-over 82, the St. Dom’s golf team finished second in the Class C division of Tuesday’s Western Maine Conference Championship at Natanis in Vassalboro. The Saints had a cumulative team score of 52-over, five strokes behind Class C champ Waynflete. The runner-up finish was enough to qualify St. Dom’s into the Class C team state championship.

Kendall placed third in the Class C individual competition, one stroke behind runner-up Ed Cox of Waynflete. Waynflete’s George Fahey won the Class C competition at 1-under 71. Three other Saints finished in the top 10: Nick Ferrence (fourth, 12-over), Caleb Phillips (tied-sixth, 13-over) and Miles Frenette (tied-ninth, 17-over).

In the Class B team competition, Yarmouth was the champion, while runner-up Cape Elizabeth and third-place Freeport also qualified for the Class B team state championship. Gray-New Gloucester and Poland finished seventh and eighth, respectively. Freeport’s Eli Spaulding won the individual competition with 2-under 70. No area golfers finished inside the top 10, which would have qualified them individually.

LEAVITT 9, ERSKINE ACADEMY 0: The Hornets (6-1) doubled their lead with a four-goal third quarter to roll past the host Eagles (1-8) in South China.

Cierra Barker opened the scoring for Leavitt and also had the last goal of the first half to put the Hornets up 4-0. Eve Martineau and Katie Sirois also scored in the first half. Daisy Twitchell, Maddie Morin, Kaylee Bellmore and Ava Gagnon all scored in the third quarter, with Gagnon notching a second goal in the fourth quarter to round out the scoring.

Paige DeMascio made one save for Leavitt in the shutout, while Leah Bonner stopped 14 shots for Erskine.

OXFORD HILLS 1, EDWARD LITTLE 0: Ashley Campbell scored off a penalty-stroke to give the Vikings (7-3) an overtime victory over the Red Eddies (1-8) in Paris.

Gabby Wight only needed to make one save to earn the shutout.

Kasey Smith made four saves for Edward Little.

BATES 1, BOWDOIN 0: Owen Keleher scored off of a feed from Rawson Welch in the 77th minute to give the Bobcats (5-2-1, 2-1-0 NESCAC) a win over the Polar Bears (4-3-0, 1-3-0) in Brunswick.

Bates goalkeeper Bruce David stopped eight shots to secure the shutout. Michael Webber had five saves for Bowdoin.

BATES 10, THOMAS 0: Paige Cote had five goals and an assist as the Bobcats (4-3) handled the Terriers (3-6) in Lewiston.

Emily Gianunzio added three goals for Bates while Grace Hoehl and Kami Lambert had one each.

Alexis Bowman, Brennan Pinto and Elise Syphers split time in goal for Thomas, combining for seven saves.

BOWDOIN 6, UMAINE-FARMINGTON: Maya Malenfant and Bailey Prete each scored in a 39-second span — both set up by Manveer Sandu — as the Polar Bears (5-2) opened a 4-0 first-quarter lead and beat the Beavers (3-4) in Brunswick.

Faith Jennings and Hanna Wurdack also scored first-quarter goals for Bowdoin, Olivia Cunningham added one in the second quarter and Sophia Rosati rounded out the scoring in the fourth.

Alicia Bridges and Katelyn Rouleau split time in the cage for UMaine-Farmington, combining for 19 saves.

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