TURNER — Maddie Morin scored four goals, including two in the third quarter, to pace Leavitt past Maranacook 9-0 in KVAC field hockey action Thursday.

“Maddie has really been making huge improvements this year. As a freshman she has been really aggressive especially in the circle,” Leavitt coach Wanda Ward-MacLean said. “She usually comes off the bench but with others players out with quarantining she has certainly made the most of the opportunity.”

Ava Gagnon added two goals, Cierra Barker had a goal and an assist and Kaylee Bellmore and Katie Sirois also scored for the Hornets (7-1). Anna Sargent notched two assists and Daisy Twitchell and Izzy Gates each had helpers in the fourth quarter, when Leavitt scored its final three goals.

“It was nice to see us be aggressive in the third period,” Ward-MacLean said. “The girls are really working hard this year to play a full game and not let up in the second half.”

Esme Jamison made 14 saves for Maranacook, while Paige DeMascio and Bella Westman split time in the Leavitt goal without facing a shot on target.

“Defensively, we have a lot of senior leadership,” Ward-MacLean said. “Paige DeMascio in goal, Daisy Twitchell, Cara Jordan, Megan Nason, Cadence McDowell have all done a great job shutting down opposing offenses.”

BREWER 1, EDWARD LITTLE 0: Laura Stewart scored the game’s lone goal in the second quarter as the Witches (3-5) edged the Red Eddies (1-9) in Auburn.

Emma Look stopped nine shots for Brewer. Kasey Smith made three saves for Edward Little, which outshot the Witches 10-5.

LEWISTON 2, OXFORD HILLS 1, OT: Lexi Freeman scored from Kelsey Westleigh in overtime to lift the Blue Devils (5-4-1) past the Vikings (7-4) in Lewiston.

Ahna Dostie opened the scoring for Lewiston in the second quarter, with Ceci Miller and Katie Laslie providing assists. Ashlee Farrar tied it for Oxford Hills in the fourth quarter.

Kim McLaughlin made six saves in the win, while Gabby Wright stopped eight shots for the Vikings.

LISBON 8, CARRABEC 0: The Greyhounds (8-1) scored half a dozen goals in the first half to put away the Cobras early in North Anson.

Danny Levesque, Hunter Brissette and Bryce Poulin of Lisbon all scored two goals each, while Elijah Fullerton, Sam Labamba and Aiden Parker all added a goal each of their own. Sean Moore saved two shots for Lisbon.

WINTHROP 1, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 0: The Ramblers (3-5) shut out the Falcons (0-5) in Winthrop.

Tyler Shumway scored the lone goal for Winthrop off an assist from Iker Penniman, while freshman goalkeeper Jaxon August saved five shots without allowing a goal.

Mountain Valley’s Zack New saved eight shots.

LEAVITT 1, ERSKINE ACADEMY 1: Liam Perfetto scored a goal for the Eagles, who tied the Hornets in South China.

Timber Parlin had four saves for Erskine (4-0-1).

Cooper McGray had a goal for Leavitt (2-1-2).

OAK HILL 9, CARRABEC 0: The Raiders (4-0) blew out the Cobras (1-1) on Thursday in Wales.

Gabby Chessie scored a hat trick for Oak Hill as part of her team’s nine-goal performance. Six other players scored goals for Oak Hill, while Paige Gonya and Eliana Smith both spent time in net, combining for zero goals.

Carrabec’s Trinity Slate saved 25 shots.

LEAVITT 1, ERSKINE ACADEMY 0: The Hornets (2-5-1) took down the Eagles (3-2-1) in the second half in Turner.

Logan Arsenault redirected a corner kick with just-over 18 minutes to play in regulation to score and give Leavitt the 1-0 victory. Jalee Boucher was credited with the assist. Leavitt’s Carlie Leavitt saved 13 shots.

Erskine’s Sophia Pilotte saved 10 shots.

MT. BLUE 4, SKOWHEGAN 1: Vivian Cormier scored two goals and the Cougars (6-1-1) had assists from four different players in a KVAC win over the visiting River Hawks (0-6-2) in Farmington.

Kaylee Sterling and Hannah Wilbur also scored for Mt. Blue, while Eryn Parlin, Emma Dunn, Callahan Towle and Grace Bell all notched assists.

WAYNFLETE 5, ST. DOMINIC 1: Lucy Hart scored a hat trick as the Flyers (3-4) cruised past the Saints (1-6) in Auburn.

Izzy Gleason chipped in with a goal and an assist. Cece Marshall also scored.

Isabella Webster scored for St Dom’s. Anna Theriault made nine saves in the effort.

YARMOUTH 3, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Grace Lestage scored on a Macy Gilroy feed early in the second half to break a scoreless tie as the Clippers (7-1-1) blanked the Patriots (2-6) at Gray.

Yarmouth got a goal from Trinity Sinker as well as an unassisted goal from Lestage.

Isa Ross (11 saves) and Abby Joyce (three) split time in the Gray-NG net. Regan Sullivan stopped for saves for the shutout.

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