WINSLOW — Nate St. Amand ran for 113 yards and a touchdown on six carries to lead the Winslow football team past Camden 55-14 in an Eastern C game Saturday afternoon.

Dylan Hapworth scored on runs of 14 and 18 yards for Winslow, and added a 54 yard punt return for a touchdown for Winslow (4-0), which led 34-0 after one quarter and 47-0 at the half.

Kenny Rickard, Jacob Trask, Trenton Bouchard and Dylan Hutchinson also scored for the Black Raiders, which pulled its starters in the second quarter.

Nate Pascal ran for a touchdown and threw a touchdown pass for Camden Hills (0-4).

GIRLS SOCCER

MADISON 4, OAK HILL 0: Tori McLaughlin scored a goal and added an assist to lead Madison past Oak Hill 4-0 in Mountain Valley Conference girls soccer action Saturday.

Whitney Bess, Ashley Bown and Kayla Bess also scored for Madison (8-0-0). Jillian Holden had two assists for Madison as well.

Erin Whalen had five saves while Anna Dodge had 13 for the Raiders (2-6-0).

WATERVILLE 5, LEAVITT 0: Pilar Elias and Sarah Shoulta each scored two goals for the Panthers, who cruised to the Class B victory.

Fotini Shanos also scored for Waterville (6-0-0).

Gabi Martin had 11 saves as well.

OXFORD HILLS 4, LAWRENCE 1: Mikayla Morin scored three goals and Tia Cote added another to lead the Vikings to the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game in Fairfield.

Leah Dudley scored the lone goal for Lawrence (2-3-2).

Paige Belanger and Courtney Churchill combined to make nine saves for Lawrence. Sam Bickford had eight for Oxford Hills.

BOYS SOCCER

WATERVILLE 3, LEAVITT 1: Dalton Henderson and Michael Oliveira each scored first-half goals and Danilo Guthro added an insurance goal in the second to lift the Panthers to the Class B victory.

Oliveira also had an assist while Liam Edwards made six saves for Waterville (5-2-0).

Tyler Rout scored an unassisted goal for Leavitt (4-3-0).

VALLEY 2, VINALHAVEN 1: Cody Laweryson scored two goals, one in each half, to lift the Cavaliers to the Class D victory.

Joey Thomas and Gabe Pullen each had assists for Valley (1-7-0).

Austin Christianson scored for Vinalhaven, which won a 3-2 overtime decision against Valley on Friday.


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