BUCKFIELD — Brittany Carrier netted five goals to pace Buckfield to an 8-1 girls soccer victory over Spruce Mountain on Tuesday.

Kai Trenoweth added two goals and Cora Brewster scored one for the Bucks (4-0). Sophie St. Pierre, Mya Austin and Alyssa Breton each had an assist, and goalie Kianna Finnegan made seven saves.

Natasha McDonald scored the Phoenix’s (0-4) goal on a free kick. Goalie Tyoka Hodgkin stopped 12 shots.

LINCOLN 2, LEAVITT 1: Allison Cyr scored two second-half goals to lift the Eagles (1-2-1) over the Hornets (1-3) in Turner.

Marian Delisel assisted on Cyr’s first goal.

Leavitt took a 1-0 lead in the first half when Kylie Spugnardi set up a goal by Kaisley Marquis.


MT. BLUE 6, LEWISTON 0: Natalee Orr and Alaya Smith each scored three goals to lead the Cougars (1-2) to a victory over the Blue Devils (0-4) in a rainy contest in Farmington.

Orr opened the scoring with a goal off an assist from Kari Savage about three minutes into the game. She and Smith each scored twice in the first half and added a goal apiece in the first four minutes of the second half.

Smith and Kylee Blodgett also assists. Goalie Destiny Hensley stopped four shots.

Lewiston goalie Dayla Tripp made 11 saves.

ST. DOMINIC 0, TRAIP 0: Anna Theriault stopped five shots for the Saints (2-1-1) and Lilly Stuart recorded four saves for the Rangers (1-2-1) in a scoreless draw in Kittery.

MT. ABRAM 5, OAK HILL 1: Morgan Thibodeau had another big game, scoring three goals in the Roadrunners’ (3-0) victory over the Raiders (1-1-1) in Salem Township.


Mt. Abram broke open a 1-0 game at halftime with a four-goal second half. Chase Ross and Killian Pillsbury add one goal apiece. Pillsbury and Payton Mitchell recorded an assist each, while goalies Logan Dube and Trey Reed made one save each.

Jordan Castonguay scored Oak Hill’s goal. Goalie Cade Fessenden stopped eight shots.

LINCOLN 1, LEAVITT 0: Luke Houghton tucked home a cross from Conor Cass in the 61st minute, giving the Eagles (3-0) a win over the Hornets (1-3) in Newcastle.

Marcello Endrizzi made five saves for Lincoln, while Leavitt goalie Vanya Bezhenar stopped seven shots.

LEWISTON 3, MT. BLUE 1: Three players scored for the Blue Devils (3-1) in their victory over the Cougars (2-1) in Lewiston.

Mohamed Gabow and Fernando Bengue scored in the opening half to give Lewiston a 2-0 lead at the break. Tegra Mbele added a third goal in the second half.


Mt. Blue’s JJ Greenlaw temporarily cut the deficit to one goal, 2-1, with a second-half goal.

Blue Devils goalie Payson Goyette stopped two shots, while James Stinson made three saves for the Cougars.

MT. ARARAT 6, EDWARD LITTLE 3: Nick Chonko finished with two goals while Ben Chonko, Ethan Berry, Ben Theriault and Ethan Palmer all scored once as the Eagles (3-1) beat by the Red Eddies (1-3) in Topsham.

Palmer added two assists and Jacob Fullerton tallied five saves for MTA.

Abdihakim Daud had two goals for Edward Little. Joao Santana scored one goal and Max Kimball made nine saves.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 5, POLAND 4: The Patriots (2-2) scored three second-half goals to take down the rival Knights (1-2-1) in Gray.


Ben Cobb scored three times for Gray-New Gloucester, while Noah Hebert and Andrew Keddy had one goal apiece.

Tahen Langevin led Poland with two goals. Travis West and Adam Gwarjanski each scored one.

RAMBLERS’ GAME MOVED: The new turf at Winthrop Grade School still isn’t ready, so Winthrop/Monmouth/Hall-Dale/Kents Hill’s home football game against Wells has been moved to Cony High School.

The game will be played Friday at 7 p.m.

Earlier this month, the Ramblers’ first game was moved to Lewiston High School.

YARMOUTH 4, POLAND 0: Sophie Smith scored four goals as the Clippers (4-0) beat the Knights (0-4) in Yarmouth.

Addie Michaud recorded 19 saves for Poland.

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