BETHEL — Kyle Fletcher became the all-time leading goal scorer in Monmouth Academy history after scoring four goals to lead the Mustangs to an 8-0 win over Telstar in Mountain Valley Conference boys soccer action Friday.

Fletcher, who also had three assists, scored his 44th goal to pass Conor Crawford and Kris McCabe on the all-time goal-scoring list at Monmouth. Devin West scored the other four goals for Monmouth (2-5-3). Ben Bolstridge played outstanding defense, according to coach Joe Fletcher. Casey Smith made nine saves.

Nick Conrad scored for Telstar (1-9-1). Dylan Helms stopped 20 shots.

Hall-Dale 8, Mountain Valley 0: Colin Lush had four goals and an assist to lead the Bulldogs to the MVC win in Rumford.

Nat Crocker added two goals and three assists for Hall-Dale (10-0-0) while Tyler Fitzgerald had two goals and an assist. Spencer Shagoury chipped in with two assists while Zack Plummer had one. Sam Shepherd made four saves.

Williams Cunningham stopped 13 shots for the Falcons (3-6-1).

Mt. Abram 6, Oak Hill 0: Jarrod Clukey and Trevor Brackley each scored two goals to lead the Roadrunners to the MVC win in Wales.

Amus Withee and Bryson Walker added a goal apiece for Mt. Abram (6-4-0). Chris Daly chipped in with two assists. Tristen Dyer and Greg Siekman combined to make eight saves.

Cody Rolston stopped 12 shots for Oak Hill (2-8-1).

Mt. Ararat 2, Messalonskee 1 OT: Robbie Small scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime, to lead Mt. Ararat to the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A win in Oakland. Small scored early in the game off an assist from Nathan Santeramo. Nick Kamra tied it for Messalonskee (4-4-2) off an assist from Jarrod Simpson. Small then won the game with an unassisted goal with two minutes left in overtime.

Gabe Pelletier stopped seven shots for Mt. Ararat (7-1-1) while Jonah Webb made 11 saves for Messalonskee.

Girls soccer

Hall-Dale 2, Madison 0: Shelby McGibney and Maura Stottler both scored as Hall-Dale beat Madison in a Mountain Valley Conference game in Madison.

Stottler and Thea Sweet each had an assist, while Olivia Maynard had six saves for Hall-Dale, which improves to 7-2-1.

Savanna Kandiko stopped 11 shots for Madison (4-6-0).

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