DIXFIELD — Amos Withee scored with 1 minute, 2 seconds left in the game to lift the Mt. Abram boys soccer team to a 2-1 win over Dirigo in a Western Maine Class C quarterfinal game Wednesday afternoon.

No. 5 Mt. Abram improves to 9-4-2 and advances to play No. 1 Hall-Dale in the regional semifinals. No. 4 Dirigo ends the season 9-5-1.

Jay Chenard scored from Ethan Boyd to give Mt. Abram a 1-0 lead with 3:18 left in the first half. Hunter Ross scored with 4:35 left in the second to tie it for Dirigo. Calum Dixon then assisted Withee on the game-winner.

Tristen Dyer had 10 saves for Mt. Abram, while Michael Chow had 12 for Dirigo.

Eastern A boys soccer

No. 1 Mt. Ararat 2, No. 8 Waterville 0: The top-seeded Eagles scored one goal in each half to take the Class A East quarterfinal win in Topsham.

Nathan Santerao scored with 1:44 left in the first half to give Mt. Ararat (13-1-1) a 1-0 lead. With 21:51 left in the game, Will Hirnak scored with an assist from Isaac Bradshaw.

Gabe Pelletier made three saves for the shutout. Zach Disch made three saves for Waterville (8-5-3).

No. 2 Lewiston 2, No. 10 Lawrence 0: The No. 2 Blue Devils got first-half goals from Mohammed Ali and Abdi Shariff-Hassan en route to the Eastern Maine Class A quarterfinal win over the No. 10 Bulldogs.

“We had some good opportunities,” Lawrence coach Bob Towne said. “Zach Blomerth made some runs forward, we just couldn’t capitalize. I don’t think Lewiston is given full credit for their defense.”

Lewiston advances to play No. 3 Hampden in the semifinals Saturday.

Brad King made four saves for Lawrence (5-8-3) while Eric Soucy made four for Lewiston (12-1-2).

Eastern A girls soccer

No. 3 Hampden 2, No. 6 Lawrence 1, OT: The No. 6 Bulldogs took the third-seeded Broncos to overtime despite the absence of a couple of injured starters.

Mikaela Beane scored for Lawrence with an assist from Ahlin Sungsuwan, while Erin Jeter scored in regulation for the Broncos.

“A couple of players missed the game due to injuries,” Lawrence coach Michael Hinkley-Gordon said. “Despite all that stuff we made it this far and put the program on the map.”

Paige Belanger made eight saves in goal for Lawrence (7-6-2). Hampden improves to 11-4-0 and advances to play No. 7 Erskine in the semifinals Saturday.

Men’s soccer

Colby 3, Bates 2, OT: Nick Aubin’s shot from 25 yards out found the upper left corner of the goal to give the Mules a win in overtime in Lewiston.

Colby (4-8-2, 1-7-2 in the conference) took a 2-0 lead in early in the second half on goals by Matt Giron and Andrew Woonton. Bates (4-8-2, 1-7-2 in the conference) rallied to tie in on goals by Luis Pereira and Tyler Schleich.

Cody Funkhouser made two saves for the Mules, while Joe Maffly-Kipp had six for Bates.

Women’s soccer

Colby 2, Bates 0: The Mules shutout the Bobcats to earn the sixth seed in the New England Small College Athletic Conference playoffs, in Waterville.

Colby (8-6-0, 4-6-0 in the conference) will play No. 3 Amherst College in the quarterfinals Saturday.

Annie Papadellis scored her sixth and seventh goals of the season for Colby. Amanda Findley of Manchester had an assist on the first goal and Maddie Tight assisted the second.

Emily Brooks had three saves for Colby, while Anabel Schmelz had six for Bates.

College field hockey

Colby 4, Bates 3: The Mules scored three times in the first 15 minutes then held on to beat the Bobcats in a NESCAC game in Lewiston.

Megan Fortier scored twice for Colby (6-8-0, 2-8-0 in the conference).

Misha Strage and Ellie Donohue also scored for Colby.

Caroline Falcone, Riley Kundtz and Lexie Carter all scored for Bates (4-10-0, 1-9-0 in the conference).

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