MADISON — The Madison golf team won the final four singles matches on its way to a 6-1 win over Dirigo in the Mountain Valley Conference playoffs at Lakewood Golf Course on Wednesday.

The Bulldogs advance to play Winthrop in the semifinals Monday at Natanis Golf Course.

Ty Cowan, Jared Miller, Tripp Libby and Dustin West all earned wins for Madison (17-5). The Bulldogs finished with a team total of 182.

Robbie Babb won at the No. 1 spot for Dirigo (8-13), which finished with a team total of 215.

Boys soccer

Richmond 7, Valley 2: Randy Moody scored four goals to lead the Bobcats to  an East-West win over the Cavaliers in Bingham.

Nate Tribbett, Brett Stiwell and Eddie Stewart also scored for Richmond (8-1-0). Tribbett, Xavier Trask and Marcus Blake each had assists for the Bobcats.

Carrington Miller scored twice for Valley (5-3-0).

Field Hockey

Nokomis 3, Erskine 0: Taylor Lovley scored twice in the second half as the Warriors defeated the Eagles in South China.

Drew Graves had a goal for Nokomis (6-2-1) in the first half, with an assist from Lindsay Whitney. Kendra Underhill made one save.

Lexie Soucy stopped 29 shots for Erskine (1-10).

Women’s soccer

Colby 1, Husson 0: Maddie Tight scored in overtime to lift the Mules to a non-conference win in Bangor.

Tight scored about 17 minutes into overtime, converting a pass from Emma Marjollet to give Colby (5-1-0) the win.

Jess Poulin had 17 saves for Husson.

Men’s soccer

Colby 7, USM 0: Chris Pratt, Keith Chernin, Nick Aubin and Gray Louis each had a goal and an assist as the Mules beat the Huskies in a non-conference game in Gorham.

Colby, which has scored 14 goals in the last two games, is now 2-2-2.

USM took a 1-0 lead on a goal by Mazen Alijari at 14:27 of the first half, before the Mules rattled off seven straight goals. Jonathan Sommer tied it at 28:30, the Matt Ayers gave Colby the lead with 21 seconds left in the first half.

Charlie Dupee also scored for Colby, while Cody Funkhouser and Oliver Fornell each had a save in the win.

Women’s tennis

Colby 9, Thomas 0: First-year player Elizabeth Bogo won at first single and was part of the second doubles win as the Mules beat the Terriers in Waterville.

Bogo teamed with Mckenzie Love for an 8-0 win at second doubles. Sarah Wiener and Victoria Abel won 8-2 at first doubles, while Alex McAuliff of Waterville and Sally Holmes won 8-1 at the third spot.

Erica Talamo, Maggie Sutherland, Danielle Levine, Jessamine Dyus and Meredith Zakon won at singles for Colby (2-0). Thomas falls to 2-5.

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