WATERVILLE — Megan Fortier had two goals and an assist to lead Colby College past the University of Maine at Farmington 5-0 in non-conference field hockey action Wednesday night.

Misha Strage, Caitlin Guiney and McKayla Blanch also had a goal apiece for the Mules (3-2). Sarah Evans stopped two shots.

Patty Smith and Winthrop graduate Alyssa Arsenault combined to make 17 saves for the Beavers (3-2).



ST. JOSEPH’S 1, THOMAS 0: Anela Valenti scored off an assist from Stacy Anuszewski to lead the Monks to the win in Standish.


Brooke Troup made three saves for St. Joe’s (4-4-0, 1-0-0). Paige Leary stopped 20 shots for Thomas (3-4-0, 0-0-0).



UM-MACHIAS 5, UNITY 2: Jairo Castillo and Juan Solares each scored two goals to lead the Clippers to the win in Unity.

Haidar Al-Freihy added a goal for UMM (4-0-0, 3-0-0) while Solares chipped in with an assist. Everett Senetar stopped two shots.

For Unity (2-5-0, 2-1-0), Jacob Scoville scored both goals. Clark Crawford had an assist while Brendan Wallace made six saves in net.




RICHMOND 6, RANGELEY 0: Curtis Anderson scored a pair of goals and Logan Anair added a goal and an assists as Richmond blanked Rangeley for an EWC win.

Logan Vintinner, Matt Rines and Cameron Emmons also found the back of the net for the Bobcats (5-0), while Mike Stewart, Pedro Borgea, Cody Tribbet and Brendan Emmons chipped in with assists. Joe Livera made 10 saves in net for the Lakers (1-2) as Richmond outshot its hosts, 18-0.




RICHMOND 5, RANGELEY 0: Meranda Martin and Amber Loon each scored twice to lead the visiting Bobcats to the East/West Conference win Tuesday.

Kelsea Anair also scored for Richmond (4-0-0). Destiny Anair and Autumn Acord each had one assist. Kelsie Obi made two saves.

Taylor Esty stopped 12 shots for Rangeley (2-1-0).

Also Wednesday: Skowhegan graduate Chase Whittemore shot a 78 for Maine Maritime Academy, which lost to UMaine-Presque Isle 325-328 at the Mariner Invitational golf match in Castine. Whittemore had the low score for the Mariners.

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