FAIRFIELD — Lauren Watson and McKenna Rogers each scored two goals as Lawrence defeated Hampden, 5-0, in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A field hockey action Thursday afternoon.

Watson also had an assist for Lawrence (10-0), and Domi Lewis added a goal and an assist. Kapriece Dahms added an assist for the Bulldogs.

Emily Tozier made four saves for the shutout. For Hampden, Ruby Ramsay had six saves.

MESSALONSKEE 5, EDWARD LITTLE 1: All three of Lydia Dexter’s goals came on assists from Emily Hogan as the Eagles rolled the Red Eddies in Oakland.

Ally Leighton and Ally Corbett also had goals for Messalonskee (9-1-0).

Marissa Carter scored off an assist from Tyme Finnerty for the lone Edward Little (4-4-1) goal.


WINSLOW 3, NOKOMIS 1: Miranda Gagne scored a pair of goals in the second half as the Black Raiders came from behind to defeat the Warriors in Newport. Natalie Greene had the other goal for Winslow (8-0-1). Jessica Greeley had two assists and Delaney Wood made six saves.

Mikayla Charters scored in the first half to give Nokomis (2-5-1) a 1-0 lead. Meaghan Lovley and Hannah Meservey assisted on the play. Chelsea Crockett made eight saves.

GARDINER 1, ERSKINE 0: Leah Weymouth’s goal at the 27:11 mark of the first half proved to be the difference in the Tigers win over the Eagles in South China.

Olivia Philbrook and Kaylin Mansir combined to pick up the shutout in net as Gardiner (7-1-1) outshot Erskine (4-4-1) 11-3 in the contest. The Tigers also held a 14-4 advantage in penalty corners.

Kelby Leary made five saves in net for the Eagles.



MESSALONSKEE 156, CONY 179: Billy Rollins shot a low round of 33 to lead the Eagles to a win over the Rams in the KVAC divisional semifinals played at Belgrade Lakes Golf Club.

Dylan Burton (39), Nick Labun (41) and Jason Smith (43) contributed to the winning total for the second-seeded Eagles (7-2). Jake Whitley led the third-seeded Rams (5-4) with a low round of 43, followed by Justin Rodrigue (44).

Messalonskee advances to face the winner of Monday’s semifinal between No. 4 Lawrence and No. 1 Oceanside next Tuesday.


MOUNT ABRAM 3, LISBON 1: Tristen Dyer made seven stops — including one on a penalty kick with four minutes remaining — to help the Roadrunners hang on for the win in Salem.

All four of the game’s goals came in the first half, with Trevor Brackley, Henry Kearing and Courtland Talmage each scoring for Mt. Abram (5-1-0).


Austin Fournier scored the lone Lisbon (5-2-0) goals.

CARRABEC 3, TELSTAR 0: The Cobras scored three second half goals to take the Mountain Valley Conference win in North Anson.

Tyler Reichert, Dustin Crawford and Nicholas Sansone each scored for Carrabec (3-3), while Seth Burns, Sansone and Paul Kaplan had assists. Trent Richardson made 10 saves for the shutout.

Kellen True made 15 saves for Telstar.


HAMPDEN 2, MT. BLUE 0: Emily Colter’s goal in the 16th minute was enough to pace the Broncos past the Cougars in Farmington.


Ashley Mahuney added an insurance goal 11:19 into the second half for Hampden (4-1-1), while Eliza Eastman finished with nine saves in net.

Addie Sanchez stopped 12 shots in goal for Mt. Blue (2-3-2).


BOWDOIN 4, UMF 0: The Polar Bears stayed undefeated with a win over the University of Maine-Farmington in Brunswick.

Adrienne O’Donnell put Bowdoin (5-0-0) on the board less than three minutes into the game and later set up Emily Simonton to double the Bears’ advantage.

Simonton finished with two goals for Bowdoin, while Liz Znamierowski added a goal off assists from Meredith Tibbals and O’Donnell.

Alyssa Arsenult, a freshman from Winthrop, finished with 14 saves in the cage for UMF (3-3-0).

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