FARMINGTON — Sophomore Hallee Parlin scored three goals and the Lawrence field hockey team earned a 5-1 victory over Mt. Blue in the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A field hockey season opener for both teams Wednesday afternoon.

Domi Lewis and McKenna Rogers also scored for Lawrence. The game was the first regular season contest on Mt. Blue’s new field at the high school.

Lawrence led 1-0 at halftime before Mt. Blue’s Leah St. Laurent tied the game at 30 seconds after the break. The Bulldogs scored the next four goals to regain control.

Lawrence had 11 penalty corners on the day while Mt. Blue had 10.

MESSALONSKEE 7, BANGOR 0: The Eagles opened their season with an Eastern A shutout victory in Bangor.

Emily Hogan led Messalonskee (1-0) with three goals and an assist, Lydia Dexter scored twice and Ally Turner netted one goal.

Goalkeeper Chalbi French made seven stops in net, while her Bangor (0-1) counterpart, Rachel Lux, finished with 18 saves.

SKOWHEGAN 6, HAMPDEN 0: The Indians outshot the Broncos 35-1 to score a convincing win in their season opener.

Cassidy Clement led the way with two goals and two assists for Skowhegan, while Renee Wright poured in two goals and an assist.

Brooke Michonski added one goal and one assist, Lauren LeBlanc scored once and Julia Steeves chipped in with three assists.


THOMAS 4, ST. JOSEPH’S (ME) 1: After a rough start to the season this past weekend in Rhode Island, the Terriers returned home to pick up their first win Wednesday.

Tre Ming recorded three assists in the victory as Thomas got goals from Maranacook grad Dakota Duplissie, London Steede-Jackson, John Flores-McKenna and Max Hansson.

The Terriers (1-2-0) entered the contest following losses to Roger Williams and UMass-Boston on Saturday and Sunday, respectively, in Bristol, R.I. and early on Thomas seemed destined to a similar fate. The home team outshot the Monks 13-4 in the first half, but it was St. Joe’s that took a 1-0 lead into intermission on a Garrett Darnell score. The Terriers responded quickly though, jumping into the lead on goals from Steede-Jackson and Duplissie before running away with the win.

COLBY 3, MMA 0: Keith Chernin scored two goals to help new head coach Ewan Seabrook win his debut.

Chernin scored the eventual game-winning goal at 39 minutes, 6 seconds of the first half. Chandler Smith also scored for the Mules (1-0-0). MMA dropped to 0-2-0.

Cody Funkhouser made just two saves — both in the first half — to earn the shutout.


COLBY 9, THOMAS 0: Megan Fortier scored three goals to lead the Mules in a nonconference game at Bernatchez Field in Waterville.

Colby out-shot Thomas 28-4.

Megan Fortier and McKayla Blanch also scored for the Mules.

Sophomore Abbie Charrier made eight saves in the opening half for the Terriers.

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