AUBURN — Lexi Kelsea sent her corner kick directly into the net for an Olimpico goal and teammates Gloria San Pedro, Mckenna Menke and Breya Whitman each added a goal in Edward Little’s 4-0 girls soccer win over Leavitt on Thursday.

Kelsea’s goal started the scoring for the Red Eddies (2-7-1). Sophie Cote, Gabby Gerry and Lexi Kelsea all assisted on goals for Edward Little.

Edward Little goalie Izzy Jalbert made three saves, and Alexia Chaloux made eight saves for the Hornets (6-5), who won the teams’ earlier meeting, 2-1, on Sept. 17.

MONMOUTH/WINTHROP 3, OAK HILL 0: Elsa Goebel-Bain scored twice to lead the Mustangs to the MVC win over the Raiders in Monmouth.

Izzy Hamann had the other goal for Monmouth/Winthrop (10-2-0), while Brooklyn Federico and Riley Smith each had an assist. Goalie June Foyt made four saves.

Mackenzie Vattaso stopped 12 shots for Oak Hill (3-8-0).


HALL-DALE 6, BUCKFIELD 0: Marie Benoit scored three goals as the undefeated Bulldogs (12-0) shut out the Bucks (6-5-1) in Farmingdale.

Hayden Madore had a goal and an assist for Hall-Dale, while teammates Rita Benoit and KJ Greenhalgh added a goal apiece and Zoe Soule and Dorothy Ives each had an assist.

Bulldogs goalkeeper Aubrey Gilbert stopped three shots for the clean sheet, while the Bucks’ Kianna Finnegan made 20 saves.

NYA 4, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Angel Huntsman’s hat trick led the visiting Panthers (10-0) past the Patriots (3-6-2) in Gray.

Ella Giguere added one goal for North Yarmouth Academy.

Amber Fortin scored for Gray-NG and goalie Isa Ross made seven saves.


SPRUCE MOUNTAIN/DIRIGO 7, LISBON 0: Santika Hodgkin turned in a hat trick and Tyoaka Hodgkin scored a pair of goals in the Phoenix’s (6-5) victory over the Greyhounds (1-8) in Jay.

Emma Towers and Mackenzie Guay added second-half scores for Spruce Mountain/Dirigo.

NYA 2, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1, 2OT: Cooper St. Hilaire tied the game late in regulation and Rodgers Crowley scored early in the second overtime as the Panthers rallied for a win over the Patriots in Yarmouth.

Gray-New Gloucester (3-7-1) struck first, midway through the first half, when Max Kenney finished a cross from Aidan Hebert.

North Yarmouth Academy (6-5) drew even with 4:19 left in regulation when St. Hilaire, a former Lewiston High School athlete, headed home a corner kick from Wyatt Thomas.

Thomas also set up the winner, sending a long feed ahead to Crowley, who beat Gray-New Gloucester goalkeeper Drew Reynolds (11 saves).


Tanner Anctil, another former Lewiston athlete, stopped six shots for NYA.

RANGELEY 3, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 1: Keaton Razik scored twice and Parker Smith added another — all in the first half — to lead the Lakers (5-4) past the Lions (4-5) in Rangeley.

Eighth-grader Papa Osei scored his 14th goal of the season for Greater Portland Christian, and Tyler Wilson made seven saves.

Rangeley keeper Zak Madrid had eight saves.

DIRIGO 5, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 0: Jace Brophy and Emily Woods each scored twice as the Cougars (10-3) blanked the Falcons (4-8-1) in Rumford.

Emily Woods opened Dirigo’s scoring with a first-quarter goal and finished it with a goal in the third.


Carly Merrill also had a goal in the first. Brophy scored both of her goal in the second quarter.

Goalie Brooke Brown made 23 saves for Mountain Valley.

SKOWHEGAN 4, MT. BLUE 0: Four different players scored as the River Hawks (13-0) remained undefeated with a shutout of the Cougars (4-9) in Skowhegan.

Lalyl Conway and Laney Leblanc each had a goal and an assist for Skowhegan, while Samantha Thebarge and Eli Quinn also scored. Sydalia Savage and Kate Kelso added assists.

Mt. Blue goalie Allison McCabe stopped 18 shots, while Emma Corson made one save for Skowhegan.

POLAND 2, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 0: Briyana Velilla scored in the first half to help the Knights (3-8) defeat the Raiders (5-7) in Poland.


Sydney Lacombe had an assist on the goal.

Breah Beaucage scored in the second half.

Poland runners Brianna Corriveau (712), Kayleigh Hood (714) and Autumn Demelia (713) lead a pack during Thursday’s cross country race at Minot Community Park in Minot. Submitted photo

PATRIOTS TAKE FIRST: Paced by top-five finished by Carter Libby (third) and Preston Gerry (fifth), Gray-New Gloucester won the boys race at Minot Community Park.

The two individual winners came from Lake Region: Grady Kemp (18:42) took first in the boys race and Abigail Roberts (22:58) won the girls race.

Lake Region won the girls team competition.

Boys Results
1. Gray-New Gloucester, 33; Lake Region, 40; Poland, 62; Fryeburg Academy, 107; NYA, 115.
1. Grady Kemp, LR, 18:42; 2. Johnny Bsullak, P, 19:41; 3. Carter Libby, GNG, 19:43; 4. Bhavnish Tucker, LR, 19:49; 5. Preston Gerry, GNG, 19:59; 6. 5. Joe Burgess, GNG, 20:00; 7. Gavin Gerry, GNG, 20:03; 8. Arthur Baptista, FA, 20:09; 9. Tristan Cormier, LR, 20:13; 10. Ezra Gronlund, LR, 20:28; 11. Chris Noreika, NYA, 20:30; 12. Alexander Strattar, GNG, 20:46; 13. Ethan Casonguay, P, 21:04; 14. Harper Doyle, P, 21:05; 15. JR Tibbetts, P, 21:07; 16. Ethan Kutella, LR, 21:27; 17. Michael Clarke, LR, 21:29; 18. Zac Maffei, P, 21:32; 19. Alex Freitas, LR, 21:46; 20. George Dionne, P, 21:53.
21. James Lougee, FA, 21:56; 22. Leif McCarthy, NYA, 23:08; 23. Wesley Martin, LR, 23:23; 24. Caleb King, NYA, 23:25; 25. Anthony Warren, P, 23:28; 26. Dodge Mixer-Baily, FA, 23:45; 27. Ryan Kelly, P, 23:54; 28. Andrew Irwin, FA, 24:37; 29. Michael Wells, P, 24:55; 30. Jaemin “Chris” Kwon, FA, 25:03; 31. William Shockey, NYA, 25:30; 32. Lucian Bassett, LR, 25:39; 33. Sullivan Olsen, FA, 26:09; 34. Tony Reiling, GNG,  26:29; 35. Ethan Smith, NYA, 26:43; 36. Isaac Twombley-Wiser, FA, 26:50; 37. Jacob Kuvaja, LR, 27:25; 38. Peter Curcio, GNG, 27:56; 39. Riley Lamb, P, 30:17; 40. Gabe Lunt, LR, 30:46; 41. Caden Hill, SV, 32:31; 42. Mary Litz, NYA, 33:48.

Girls Results
Lake Region, 15; Poland Regional High School, 40; Fryeburg Academy, ns; NorthYarmouth Academy, ns; Sacopee Valley, ns.
1. Abigail Roberts, LR, 22:58; 2. Hadley Smith, NYA, 23:28; 3. Toni Vallancourt, SV, 24:04; 4. Carley Dyer, LR, 24:20; 5. Susie Butler, LR, 24:24; 6. Sadie Plummer, LR, 24:26; 7. Charli Vallancourt 24:30; 8. Micaela Reed, LR, 24:32; 9. Leah Cote, GNG, 25:01; 10. Emily Bartlett, P, 25:08; 11. Brianna Corriveau, P, 25:24; 12. Kayleigh Hood, P, 26:55; 13. Autumn Demelia, P, 26:57; 14. Vanessa Dehart, GNG, 28:05; 15. Lily Terry, GNG, 29:38; 16. Nicole Rioux, P, 30:26; 17. Olivia Hamilton, NYA, 30:27; 18. Caitlin Lees, LR, 30:37; 19. Danielle Warren, P, 30:56; 20. Aleigha Monroe, FA, 31:27; 21. Emily Moll, FA, 31:36; 22. Lizzie Brewer, LR, 32:48; 23. Maggie Albert, FA, 33:05; 24. Elizabeth Burgess, GNG, 36:08.

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