FARMINGTON — Area high school graduates played a key role in the University of Maine at Farmington’s 8-0 victory over Vermont State University Lyndon in an North Atlantic Conference women’s soccer game Saturday.

Mt. Blue grad Hannah Wilbur opened the scoring 94 seconds into the match off an assist from former Monmouth star Audrey Fletcher. Leavitt grad Hannah Milliken assisted on Grace Mahmood’s goal later in the first half as the Beavers (7-9-1, 4-4-1 NAC) took a 2-0 halftime lead in their regular season finale.

Kiley Merritt, who played at Lisbon, opened the second-half scoring and Rita Benoit made it 4-0 before Fletcher scored consecutive goals less than five minutes apart. Emily Boyle scored on a penalty kick and another Leavitt grad, McKenna Redstone, assisted on Grace White’s goal that capped the scoring.

Karly Cordwell made 26 saves for the Hornets (1-12, 0-7 NAC).

CMCC 6, WORD OF LIFE 0: Lakyn Hink and Natalie Tracy scored two goals apiece to pace the Mustangs (9-4-1) past the Huskies (3-6-2) in Central Maine Community College’s regular season finale in Pottersville, New York.

Hink scored the first two goals within the first eight-plus minutes. The assists were provided by Emily Dillman and Madison Valentine, who played at Oak Hill and Poland, respectively. Tracy then tallied the next two goals, making it 4-0 just over 31 minutes in. Hink assisted on Tracy’s second goal.


Leavitt grads Alexia Chaloux and Kate Blouin had hands in the Mustangs’ two second-half goals. Chaloux assisted on Emma Knowles’ 73rd-minute goal, then Blouin scored the final goal 10 minutes later off assists from Madison Eastman and Parker Hill.

Knowles played the first half in net for the Mustangs, then Lewiston grad Ava Simpson took over in the second half and made five saves to finish off the shutout. Faith Lewis stopped 17 shots for Word of Life.

CONN. COLLEGE 1, BATES 0: Mya Johnson’s goal in the fourth minute was all the Camels (10-5, 5-0 NESCAC) needed in a win over the Bobcats (3-9-1, 1-8-0 NESCAC) in Lewiston.

Emma Quilty assisted on the goal that came 3:34 into the game.

Bates’ Samantha Bunar and Connecticut College’s Sarah Hall each made three saves in goal.

UMF 11, VSU-LYNDON 0: Edward Little graduate Christian Beliveau started a first-half scoring spree for the Beavers (8-7-2, 6-2-0 NAC) in a rout of the Hornets (0-13, 0-7 NAC) in Farmington.


Beliveau scored 2:38 into the game and Eric McCallum quickly doubled the lead 55 seconds later.

Cade McHugh, Coleman Watson and William Dowse all scored, then William Lavigne tallied two in a row before the game was 30 minutes old. Edward Little grad Will Sampson assisted on Lavigne’s first goal.

Josh Vincitorio scored with four seconds left in the first half to put University of Maine at Farmington up 8-0.

Former Edward Little standout Mohamed Adow scored two early goals in the second half and Rafael Harron rounded out the scoring for the Beavers.

CONN. COLLEGE 1, BATES 0: Elliot Spatz scored the game’s lone goal in the 20th minute as the Camels (11-0-4, 6-0-0 NESCAC) spoiled senior day for the Bobcats (3-11-1, 0-1-0 NESCAC) in Lewiston.

Nate Pilson provided the assist on Spatz’s goal.


Trevor Hammond made three saves for Bates and Peter Silvester stopped one shot for the shutout for Connecticut College.

MIDDLEBURY 48, BATES 7: Colton Bosselait’s 9-yard touchdown pass to Steven Guerrette and Marcos Ruiz’s extra point with two seconds left in the first half got the Bobcats (0-6) on the scoreboard in a loss to Panthers (5-1) in Middlebury, Vermont.

Cole Kennon sandwiched touchdown passes of 56 yards to Mike Ahonen and 11 yards to Patrick Jamin around a 47-yard field goal by Zach Levy to put Middlebury up 17-0 after one quarter.

Cody Weitzman had a 9-yard touchdown run and Kennon added a 29-yard touchdown pass to Donovan Wood to increase the lead to 31-0 before Bosselait and Guerrette connected on one of Bosselait’s three completions in the game to end the Panthers’ scoring spree.

Levy kicked a 14-yard field goal and Kennon tossed his fourth and final touchdown on an 83-yard pass to Caleb Smith in the third quarter. Brian Moran threw a 58-yard touchdown pass to Michael Yamin in the fourth.

Bosselait was 3 of 12 for 32 yards and was sacked three times. Seneca Moore was 7 of 12 for 84 yards and Liam Foley was 2 of 4 for 27 yards. Moore was also Bates’ top rusher, with 95 yards on 18 carries. Guerrette led the receivers with three catches for 40 yards. Oxford Hills graduate Zach Louvat recorded an assisted tackle for the Bobcats defense.


Kennon and Moran combined for 426 yards passing for Middlebury.

Former Winthrop standouts Maddie Perkins and Abbie Ross combined to score five goals in the Eagles’ (6-5) victory over the Beavers (1-14) in Bangor.

Perkins assisted on Amanda Frost’s opening goal, then the two former Ramblers did the rest of the scoring until the fourth quarter. Perkins made it 2-0, then Ross scored twice in the second quarter to double the lead to 4-0 by halftime.

Perkins scored twice in the final minute of the third quarter to complete a hat trick, and she later assisted on Lauryn Brown’s fourth-quarter goal. Maddie Arseneault and Taryn Crummett also scored in the fourth.

Lisbon graduate Maria Levesque played half the game in net for Husson and didn’t face a shot on goal. Ella Grant made eight saves for University of Maine at Farmington.

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