WATERVILLE — Danilo Guthro scored three goals and Michael Olivera had a pair of assists to lead the Waterville boys soccer team to a 4-3 win over Lawrence in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Thursday night.

John Terhune also scored for Waterville (6-4-3). Zach Blomerth scored three goals to lead Lawrence (3-6-3).

Zach Disch had eight saves for the Purple Panthers while Brad King had eight for the Bulldogs.

Girls soccer

Lawrence 1, Waterville 1, 2OT: Morgan Tortorella scored off a corner kick with 7 minutes, 30 seconds left in the second half to help the Panthers (6-3-4) rally back from a 1-0 deficit.

Alin Sungsuwan gave Lawrence (6-5-2) a 1-0 lead when she scored late in the first half.

Paige Belanger had 13 saves for Lawrence while Gabi Martin had five for Waterville.

Maranacook 2, Mt. View 0: Lindsey Perkins scored two goals as the Black Bears beat the Mustangs in a KVAC B game in Thorndike on Wednesday.

Elizabeth DiAngelo and Sage Hyland combined for five saves for Maranacook.

Logan Basford had seven saves for Mt. View.

Dirigo 2, Madison 0: Natalie Bolduc scored both goals to lift the Cougars to the MVC game in Dixfield

Natasha Deroche had four saves for Dirigo (9-3-2) while Savanna Kandiko had three for the Bulldogs (6-8-0).

Mt. Abram 2, Carrabec 1: Kate Jordan and Jill Howard scored to lead the Roadrunners in Salem.

Taylor Henderson had an assist for Mt. Abram (7-5-1).

Brooke Lewis scored the lone goal for the Cobras (4-9-1). Bailey Atwood assisted on the goal. Sarah Larlee had 10 saves for Carrabec while Allie Lopez had two for Mt. Abram.

College field hockey

UMF 3, St. Joseph’s 2: Senior Lily Barry scored two goals and Mt. Blue graduate Kaitlyn Bullen added the game-winner to lead the Beavers to the North Atlantic Conference victory at Prescott Field.

The win propelled UMF (5-5, 5-1 in NAC) — which scored its first win over St. Joseph’s since 2008 — into a tie for second place in the conference with three games remaining.

Pittston native Kashley Weymouth had an assist for UMF.

St. Joseph’s dropped to 8-5, 4-3.

 

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