AUBURN — Leah Thibodeau scored three goals to pace Edward Little to a 3-0 win over Camden Hills on Wednesday in the Red Eddies’ first game on the new field at Edward Little High School.

Cynthia Peters, right, who has been the Edward Little time keeper for 36 years, performed the coin flip next to official Shea Freeman, left, prior to the Red Eddies’ first game on the new field at Edward Little High School on Wednesday. Edward Little defeated Camden Hills 3-0. Submitted photo

Thibodeau’s goals came in the first, third and fourth quarters. Mackenzie Joler and Micah Joler had assists, and goalie Kasey Smith made three saves for the Red Eddies (1-1).

Windjammers (0-2) goalie Abby Strout stopped eight shots.

In what Eddies coach Kim Joler said was “a very special moment” prior to the game, Cynthia Peters — who taught at Edward Little for 38 years and has been the Red Eddies’ field hockey time keeper for 36 — performed the coin flip prior to the game.

OAK HILL 4, TELSTAR 0: Madalyn Sikora set up the first goal and scored the second as the Raiders improved to 2-0 with a win over the Rebels (0-2) in Bethel.

Sikora assisted on Izzy Whitaker’s goal in the first quarter, then scored in the second quarter off an assist by Lexy Pelkey. Olivia French and Grace Behne added fourth-quarter goals for Oak Hill. Janiah McKay set up Behne’s tally.


Telstar goalie Lindsy Stephenson made 23 saves.

WINTHROP/MONMOUTH/MARANACOOK 4, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 1: Madeline Wagner scored three times to lead the Ramblers (2-0) past the Falcons (0-2) in Winthrop.

Wagner’s second goal gave Winthrop/Maranacook the lead in the second quarter, then she added two more in the fourth.

Winthrop freshman Raegan Littlefield scored the first goal on a rebound, then Mountain Valley freshman Melina Byam scored off an assist by Kaylani Sinclair to even the score at 1-1.

Falcons goalie Brooke Brown stopped 14 shots.

CAPE ELIZABETH 2, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER/NYA 1, OT: Lulu Stocklein scored with just over two minutes left in overtime as the Capers (3-0) slipped past the Patriots (1-1) in Gray.


Shyla McVeigh assisted on Stocklein’s game-winning goal.

Celia White opened the scoring in the first quarter for Cape Elizabeth, with Clio Cook-Sharp assisting. Kenlie Nadeau tied it off an assist from Emma Bowden as Gray-New Gloucester/NYA made it 1-1 in the second quarter.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 3, LEWISTON 0: The Patriots (1-1) defeated the Blue Devils (0-2) in three sets 25-14, 25-12, 25-8 in Lewiston.

Mackenzie Gervais had 10 aces and Errow Hinckley finished with eight kills for Gray-New Gloucester.

Junior newcomer Holland Clyburn was 9 of 9 serving with one ace for Lewiston, and Kaitlyn Shannon tallied three kills.

Gray-New Gloucester also won the JV match in three sets 25-17, 25-14, 25-18.


CARRABEC 8, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 0: Desmond Robinson scored twice to lead the Cobras (2-0) to victory over the Phoenix (0-3) in Jay.

Isaiah Haynes, Logan Caldwell, Christopher Caruso, Seth Price and Lucas Vicneire each added one goal for Carrabec.

Spruce Mountain goalie Trevor Hogan made three saves.

YARMOUTH 7, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Zacarias Binda netted a hat trick to help the Clippers (1-1) beat the Patriots (0-2) in Yarmouth.

Nate Buchanan, Mateo Coury and Matt Gautreau added a goal apiece. An own goal in the closing minutes completed the scoring

Tristan Cuttler made nine saves for GNG.

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