FARMINGTON — Cony and Mt. Blue battled through two scoreless overtime periods in settling for a 2-2 tie in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A girls soccer action Saturday.

Mt. Blue took a 2-0 lead on first-half gosals from Eryn Doiron and Miranda Nicely with Kiana Thompson and Caitlyn Kane assisting. Emily Quirion cut the halftime lead to 2-1 with an unassisted goal for the Rams then tied the game early int he second half with another unassisted score.

Thia Bridges made 14 saves for Mt. Blue (4-4-2) while Autumn Sudsbury made 14 for Cony (5-4-1).

Erskine 4, Morse 4: Jade Canak scored three goals and Emma McCormac added a goal as the Eagles played to a tie with the Shipbuilders in South China.

Avery Bond had two assists for Erskine (6-2-1), while Emma Wilkinson added an assist. Goalkeeper Cassandra Ray had 11 saves.

Miracle Trimble led Morse (7-2-1) with two goals.

Carrabec 4, Monmouth 2: Brooklynne Lewis scored three goals and had an assist as the Cobras defeated the Mustangs in an MVC game in North Anson.

Paige Chadbourne added a goal for Carrabec (5-4-1), while Skyla Murray added an assist. Macy Welch had seven saves for the Cobras.

Kylie Kemp scored both goals for Monmouth (6-3-0).

Boys soccer

Waterville 2, Lincoln 0: Danilo Guthro and Nate Bailey scored second-half goals to lead the Purple Panthers to the KVAC Class B win in Newcastle.

Guthro scored off a header from Christain Rustad while Bailey scored off Kaleb Kane’s corner kick. Liam Edwards made six saves for Waterville (6-3-1) while Wally Morris had nine for Lincoln (1-5-3).


MCI 41, John Bapst 7: Jonathan Santiago scored three touchdowns, and Eric Hathaway scored twice, to lead the unbeaten Huskies to the win in Bangor.

John Bapst (0-1) opened the game with an eight and a half minute scoring drive to take a 7-0 lead. On MCI’s first offensive play, Santiago broke off an 80-yard touchdown run.

Santiago had two rushing touchdowns, and also scored on a 50-yard punt return for MCI (5-0). Quarterback Greg Vigue ran for a score for the Huskies.