OAKLAND — Alex Shatskov and Nate DelGiudice each scored two goals as Messalonskee rolled to a 6-2 victory over Cony in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Tuesday.

Chris Hall and Joe Couture each added a goal, while DelGiudice and Kyle Holmsen each added two assists for Messalonskee (10-2-2). Billy Blake and Jarrod Simpson each had one assist, and Zach Sutherland had three saves.

Kyle Stiefken scored both goals for Cony (2-12-0). Both were assisted by Luke Dang. Brandon Elwell made nine saves for the Rams.

Hall-Dale 3, Spruce Mountain 0: Zach Plumer, Ben Crocker and Zack McNaughton scored as the Bulldogs won in Jay.

Sam Shepherd made three saves to earn the win, while Crocker and Kevin Zembroski each added an assist for Hall-Dale (12-1-1).

Ethan Hutchins made 11 saves for Spruce Mountain (4-8-2).

Mt. Abram 6, Winthrop 0: Parker Kennedy had two goals as the Roadrunners beat the Ramblers in a Mountain Valley Conference game in Winthrop.

Robert Rivers and Ian James each added a goal and an assist, while Ben Listowich and Alex Lopez each chipped in a goal for Mt. Abram (6-5-3).

Cameron Macmillan had 16 saves for Winthrop (0-12-2).

Winslow 6, Gardiner 0: Senior Nick Papsis scored two first-half goals — the first just 12 seconds into the game — to lead the Black Raiders in Winslow.

Gabe Smith also scored two goals for Winslow (11-3-0), while Evan Clark posted a goal and an assist and Pierce Ducker connected during the second half. Finn Ducker added two assists. Neither Mackenzie Michaud nor Alex Berard needed to make a save for the Black Raiders, who held the Tigers to two shots on goal.

Ian lane made six saves for Gardiner (4-9-1).

Winslow will face Camden Hills in the KVAC B championship game at 3 p.m. Thursday in Augusta.

Mt. Blue 3, Erskine 0: Colton Hall scored all three goals as the Cougars beat the Eagles in a KVAC A game in Farmington on Tuesday.

Ryan Pulver had 10 saves for Erskine (7-6-1).

Matt Crowley had six saves for Mt. Blue (8-5-1).

Girls soccer

Cony 5, Messalonskee 0: Lauren Quirion posted a hat trick before halftime to pace the Rams in Augusta.

Mia Diplock converted two second-half penalty kicks for Cony (8-6-0), her 13th and 14th goals of the season. Melanie Guzman made five saves for the Rams, while Becca Fowler, Lindsey Folsom and Josie Lee recorded assists.

For Messalonskee (4-10-0), Shawna Oliver finished with 11 saves.

Mt. Blue 2, Erskine 0: Mackenzie Conlogue scored a pair of goals as the Cougars beat the Eagles in a KVAC A game in Farmington.

Marina West and Makenzie Thompson each had an assist for Mt. Blue (8-5-1). Gabby Foy had 14 saves to earn the win.

Abby Peabody recorded 17 saves for Erskine (5-7-2).

Field hockey

John Bapst 4, Gardiner 2: Emily Tilton scored three goals and her sister, Elise, had one as the Crusaders survived Gardiner’s comeback in an Eastern B quarterfinal in Orono.

No. 2 John Bapst (13-2) had leads of 2-0 at halftime and 3-1 in the second half. Gardiner got on the board when Jenna Moore set up Courtney Moulton, and with 25:28 to play, cut it to 3-2 when Brooke Davis scored off a pass from Olivia Reny.

With center midfielder LeeAnne Greenleaf helping control the action and Reny and Moulton setting up chances, seventh-seeded Gardiner (7-5-3) earned four penalty corners during the next 15 minutes and had four shots go wide. Emily Tilton finally got an insurance goal for Bapst with 10:15 left.

Emalee Couture made five saves for the Tigers. Aubrey Stanislowski had six stops for Bapst.

College field hockey

Colby 2, St. Joseph’s 0: Hannah O’Brien scored her team-high fourth goal of the season as the Mules beat the Monks in Waterville.

Sally Klose also scored for Colby (4-8-0), while Courtney Erskine and Natalie Fischer each had an assist.

Michelle Burt earned the win with three saves.

Meaghan Johnson had 18 saves for St. Joe’s (9-4-0).

 


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