Staff report

OAKLAND — Quinn Warren scored at the four minute mark of the first half and the Messalonskee boys soccer team made it stand in a 1-0 win over Mt. Blue in a game Thursday that was called in the second half because of rain.

Jonah Webb stopped four shots for the Eagles (5-4-2). Ryan Erskine assisted on the goal.
Zack Jackson had three saves for the Cougars (3-8-0).

Erskine 1, Brewer 1, 2OT: Nick Gayer scored an unassisted goal with 17:19 left in the first half as the Eagles earned a tie with the Witches in a KVAC A game in Brewer.

Josh Theriault scored 10 minutes into the game to give Brewer (1-10-0) a 1-0 lead.

Erskine is now 5-2-4.

Girls soccer

Bangor 3, Waterville 1: Ally Vanedestine scored two goals as Bangor rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit to earn the KVAC A win.
Grace MacLean also scored for the Rams (9-1-0) while Kristen Higgins stopped five Waterville shots.
Sarah Shoulta scored the lone goal for Waterville (5-3-3) while Gabbi Martin had nine saves.

Lisbon 1, Madison 0: Kayla Angelico scored in the first half as the Greyhounds beat the Bulldogs in an MVC game in Madison.

Olivia Bulgin had an assist for Lisbon (10-0-1). Courtney Martel earned the win with three saves.
Savannah Kandiko had eight saves for Madison (5-7-0).

Field hockey

Nokomis 5, Camden 0: Lindsay Whitney scored three goals to lead the Warriors in Newport in a game that was called with about eight minutes remaining because of rain.

Kelsey Kerstetter and Taylor Shaw also scored for the Warriors (8-2-1). Shaw also had an assist.
Camden Hills is now 4-7-1.

Skowhegan 7, Brunswick 0: Sarah Finnemore led the Indians with three goals and two assists as they shut out the Dragons in Brunswick.

Makaela Michonski, Brooke Michonski, Rylie Blanchet, and Zoey Gleason each added a goal for Skowhegan (13-0). Allison Lancaster and Renee Wright had one assist apiece. The Indians had a 42-0 advantage in shots.

Sydney Escoe had 16 saves for Brunswick (2-8-3).

Women’s soccer

Hartford 3, UMaine 0: Amelia Pereira scored a goal and an assist to lead the Hawks to the America East victory in Orono.

Sidney Spremullo and Caroline Dixon also scored for Hartford (8-2-3).

Maine, which out-shot Hartford 15-13, dropped to 5-5-2.


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