Staff report

FARMINGTON — Miranda Nicely scored with 17 minutes, 36 seconds left in the game as the Mt. Blue High School girls soccer team beat Mt. Ararat 2-1 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Tuesday.

Eryn Doiron had an assist on the game winner for Mt. Blue (4-3-1). Mackenzie Conlogue scored from Jaycee Mullen in the first half to give the Cougars a 1-0 lead. Gaby Foy and Thia Bridges combined for 18 saves in the win.

Celia Ouellette scored and Lauren Williams had nine saves for Mt. Ararat (5-3-0).

Erskine 2, Lawrence 0: Jade Canak scored a pair of goals as the Eagles beat the Bulldogs in a KVAC A game in South China.

Rebecca Reed and Emma Wilkinson each had an assist for Erskine (4-3-1), which scored a goal in each half. Paige Leary made nine saves to earn the win.

Ashley Yahnel had five saves for Lawrence (5-3-1).

Edward Little 3, Skowhegan 2:
The Eddies scored three straight goals on their way to a KVAC A win over the Eddies in Skowhegan.

Kory Norcross, Makayla Norcross and Rebeka Abel all scored for Edward Little (4-4-0).
Cailee Manzer scored in the first half to give Skowhegan (1-7-1) a 1-0 lead. Morgan Buker scored late in the second half for the Indians. Andrea Quirion had 16 saves.

Winslow 5, Medomak Valley 0: Pilar Elias scored three goals as the Black Raiders cruised to a KVAC B win in Winslow.

Alliyah Veilleux added a goal and an assist for Winslow (6-2-0). Myranda Dodge also scored and Rachel Sirois added an assists. Hillary Libby stopped nine shots to earn the win.

Amanda Belloguet had 46 saves for Medomak Valley (5-3-1).

Dirigo 6, Carrabec 0: Natalie Bolduc scored four goals as the Cougars beat the Cobras in an MVC game Monday.

Megan Bradbury and Gabby Scott each added a goal for Dirigo (7-2-1).

Sarah Larlee had nine saves for Carrabec (2-6-1).

Mt. Abram 2, Madison 0: Emma Houston and Kenzie Tyler scored goals as the Roadrunners beat the Bulldogs in an MVC game in Salem.

Taylor Henderson and Jill Howard each had an assist and Allie Lopez made eight saves for Mt. Abram (4-4-1).

Savanna Kandiko had eight saves for Madison (4-5-0).

Nokomis 2, Mt. View 0:
Kalee Kershner and Emily Paige scored goals as the Warriors beat the Mustangs in a KVAC B game in Thorndike.

Logan Basford earned the win with 10 saves for Mt. View.

Becky Orcutt had 1 save for Nokomis.

Boys soccer

Waterville 5, Oxford Hills 1: Tommy Samson had two goals as the Panthers cruised to a KVAC A win in Waterville.

Danilo Guthro added a goal and two assists for Waterville (4-2-2). Michael Olivera had a goal and an assist, while John Terhune added a goal for the Panthers. Zach Disch and Lia Edwards had four saves.

Kenny Lynch scored for Oxford Hills (2-7).

Winslow 4, Medomak Valley 1: Gabe Smith scored  first half goals as the Black Raiders beat the Panthers in a KVAC B game in Waldoboro.

Smith finished with three goals and an assist for Winslow. Taylor Roy chipped in with a goal and an assist, while Logan Vashon had one assist.

Mt. Ararat 4, Mt. Blue 1: Mark Crawford scored a pair of first half goals as the Eagles beat the Cougars in a KVAC A game in Topsham.

Will Hirnak and Robbie Small also scored for Mt. Ararat (6-1-1). Isaac Bradshaw, Chris Pepin and Hirnak each had an assist. Gabe Pelletier had three saves.

Gage Kennedy scored for Mt. Blue (2-6-0). Zach Jackson made 14 saves.

Mt. View 5, Nokomis 1: James Philbrick had a goal and three assists as the Mustangs beat the Warriors in a KVAC B game in Newport.

Lorenzo Milani added a goal and an assist, while Kyle Crowell, Bryan Jungels and Trevor Diemer each added a goal for Mt. View (7-2-1). Mikey Hustus had five saves.

Nate Buck had nine saves for Nokomis (1-7-1). Lucas Hayden scored from Josh Orcutt.

Brunswick 3, Messalonskee 0: Konnor Scarpone scored two goals to lead the Dragons past the Eagles in a KVAC A contest in Brunswick.

Also scoring for Brunswick (6-2-1) was Ryan Black. Dragons goalie Greg Walton made eight saves.
Jonah Webb had five saves for Messalonskee (4-3-2).

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