Staff reports

WISCASSET — Konnor Longfellow had a pair of goals as the Hall-Dale boys soccer team beat Wiscasset 3-0 to remain unbeaten in Mountain Valley Conference boys soccer action Tuesday.

The game was called with seven minutes remaining in the second half due to thunder and lightning.
Nat Crocker added a goal and an assist for Hall-Dale (14-0-0). Ryan Sinclair added an assist and Brian Allen had eight saves for the BUlldogs.

Dylan McMann had 16 saves for Wiscasset (8-4-2).

Monmouth 6, Winthrop 0: Kyle Fletcher scored four goals and had an assist to lead the Mustangs to a Mountain Valley Conference win over the Ramblers in Monmouth.

Fletcher, a senior, now has 70 goals in his career at Monmouth.

Chandler Harris had a goal and an assist, while Hunter Richardson added a goal for Monmouth (9-5-1). Mason Clement had two assists for the Mustangs.
Kasey Smith had five saves for Monmouth.

Winthrop falls to 2-11-1.

Messalonskee 6, Lawrence 0: Quinn Warren had a goal and two assists as the Eagles beat the Bulldogs in a KVAC A game in Oakland.

Elijah Tuell, Soren Donisvitch, Ryan Erskine and Brandon Burns also scored for Messalonskee (6-6-2). Eric Van Der Karr, Warren and Erskine each added an assist. Jacob Smith had three saves and Jonah Webb two saves for the Eagles.

Zachary Allen had nine saves and Parker Towne four saves for Lawrence (2-12-0).

Erskine 1, Morse 0: Gage Currie scored the lone goal for the Eagles, who defeated the Shipbuilders in Bath.

The game was called with 30 minutes remaining in the second half due to lightning.

Jared Gartley had two saves for Erskine (11-3-0).

Myles Day had six saves for Morse (1-12-1).

Women’s soccer

Colby 4, USM 0: Four different players scored as the Mules beat the Huskies in a non-conference game in Waterville.

Annie Papadellis, Cami Notaro, Carly Dee and Sarah Heintz also scored for Colby (5-5-2). Maddie Tight, Alex York, Ruthie Hawley and Jillia Fleischer each had an assist.

Emily Brook had one save for Colby, which outshot USM (4-11-1) 30-5. Katie Cobb stopped 14 shots for USM.

Also Tuesday: Albion native Jess Poulin made 14 saves as the Husson University women’s soccer team lost to Bates 4-0 in Lewiston.

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