SKOWHEGAN — Eleven different players had a hand in the scoring as top-ranked Skowhegan rolled to a 14-0 victory over No. 8 Cony in an Eastern A quarterfinal field hockey game Wednesday afternoon.

Skowhegan (15-0) will face No. 4 Mt. Ararat in the semifinals at 2 p.m., Wednesday at Colby College.

With their first goal, the Indians eclipsed the state record for goals in one season. The previous record was 116, set by Dexter in 2003. Skowhegan now has 130 goals in 15 games, not including the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference championship game. The Indians have now won seven games by at least 10 goals.

“It’s wonderful, but it’s not something we talk about,” Skowhegan coach Paula Doughty said of the record. “We’re just not focused on any of that kind of stuff. I think next year, (the league) is going to even out again.”

Makaela Michonski led the Indians with five goals and two assists. Sarah Finnemore added three goals, and Renee Wright (three assists) and Rylie Blanchet each pitched in with a pair of goals. Skowhegan led 10-0 at halftime.

“A lot of the younger kids have been working hard all year to improve, and I think they went out and played some good hockey,” Doughty said. “Tori Mullen played fabulous. Lauren LeBlanc, she didn’t have any goals, but she had some great shots.”

Zoey Gleason and Brooke Michonski each had one goal. Mikayla Toth passed off for three assists, Allison Lancaster had two, and LeBlanc, Erica Blake, and Mikayla Bolduc each added one assist.

“As a team, we’ve grown so much through the year, and I think that was really evident today,” Doughty said.

Kevie Rodrigue made 20 saves for Cony and Isabelle Eames stopped four shots.

Boys soccer

Gardiner 3, Medomak Valley 2, 2OT: Dan Del Gallo scored his second goal in the second overtime to give the Tigers a win over the Panthers in Waldoboro.

Del Gallo also added the game-tying goal late in the second half. Dalton Carmichael also scored for Gardiner (3-10-1). Andy Roberts and Keegan Smith each had an assists.

Micah Williamson and Zack Starr each had goals for Medomak Valley (5-9-0).

Ian Lane made three saves for Gardiner.

Messalonskee 5, Cony 2: Aidan Calkins scored two second half goals as the Eagles rallied from a 2-1 deficit to earn a KVAC A win in Augusta.

Chris Paradis scored twice in the first half as Cony (3-10-1) jumped out to a 2-1 lead. Quinn Warren scored early in the second half for Messalonskee (8-4-2) to tie the game and then Calkins scored two straight to secure the win. Jared Simpson, who scored in the first half and added an assist, finished the scoring in the second half. Nick Kamra had two assists for the Eagles and Jonah Webb stopped eight shots.

Andrew Raymond had three saves for Cony.

Girls soccer

Cony 4, Messalonskee 0: Lindsey Folsom scored two goals to lead the Rams to a win over the Eagles in Augusta.

Katelyn Bilodeau and Emily Quirion also scored for Cony (7-7-0) Quirion and Kaite Perry each had an assist.

Shawna Oliver made eight saves for Messalonskee (0-14)

Men’s soccer

Husson 4, UMF 0: Trevor Higgins scored two goals in the second half to lead the Eagles to a win over the Beavers at Prescott Field in Farmington.

Cameron Libby and Phillip Frost also scored for Husson (11-4-0). Paul Dupre made five saves for UMF (1-14-0).

Women’s soccer

Husson 1, UMF 0: Maranacook graudate Hannah Clough scored a goal in the third minute of the game to give the Eagles a win over the Beavers in Farmington.

UMF (9-6-1) outshot Husson (7-11-0) 17-4, but Eagles goalie Jess Poulin, a Lawrence High School graduate, made seven saves for the shutout.

Beth Lebel made one save for UMF.

Field hockey

Thomas 2, UMF 1 (2OT): Brittany Premo scored her second goal with 7:49 remaining in double overtime as the Terriers defeated the Beavers at Prescott Field in Farmington.

Emma Daniel gave UMF (6-7-0) a 1-0 lead midway through the first half. Premo scored her first goal of the game three minutes later to tie it.

UMF outshot Thomas (6-9) 15-8, and had a 21-7 advantage in penalty corners.

Also Wednesday: Hannah Thornberg of Oakland scored two goals as the Endicott College field hockey team lost 3-2 to University of New England in Biddeford.

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