THORNDIKE — Brooke Haskell scored on a penlty stroke with 1:17 to play in overtime as Winslow stayed unbeaten with a 3-2 victory over Mount View in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B field hockey action Thursday afternoon.

Winslow improved to 10-0-1 and maintained its spot in first place in the Eastern C Heal points. Mount View dropped to 6-3-2.

Winslow took a 1-0 lead just 1:08 into the game when Sarah Wildes scored off a pass from Sabrina Jandreau, but the Mustangs tied it less than four minutes later, as Reanna Boulay set up Austyn Thomas. The Black Raiders scored again in the first half, with Natalie Greene being set up by Mackenzie Winslow, but Mount View tied it again midway through the second half on a tip-in by Risa Fox.

Delaney Wood made 12 saves for Winslow. Dinah Bilodeau had 10 stops for Mount View.

MESSALONSKEE 4, CONY 1: Emily Hogan scored two goals to lead the Eagles to a KVAC A win over the Rams in Augusta.

Ally Corbett and Haley Lowell added goals for Messalonskee (10-1). Lydia Dexter added an assist.

Molly Silsby scored the lone goal for Cony (6-5).

NOKOMIS 7, MORSE 0: Olivia Brown recorded a hat trick and Meaghan Lovely scored one goal and dished out two assists to lead the Warriors to the win in Newport.

Mikayla Pelkey had two goals, while Shannon Kasprzak had a goal and an assist. Mikayla Charters dished out two assists and Emily Pratt had one for the Warriors (3-6-1).

Chelsea Crockett made one save for the shutout. For Morse (1-9), Bryanna Ringrose made 12 saves on 20 shots.

MT. BLUE 6, EDWARD LITTLE 0: The Cougars had five different players score goals as they rolled to the win in Auburn.

Victoria Newbill scored a pair of goals, while Taylor Hollingdale, Leah St. Laurent, Hannah LeClair and Gracie Foss each had one. Whitney Levesque earned the shutout with three saves as Mt. Blue improved to 8-3.

Danica Nadeau had 24 saves for Edward Little (4-6-1).


CARRABEC 1, DIRIGO 0: Will Crawford scored with an assist from Paul Kaplan to lift the Cobras (4-3) to the Mountain Valley Conference win Wednesday in Dixfield.

Trent Richardson made 10 saves for the shutout, including some big stops in the second half. Justin Grignon made 18 saves for Dirigo (2-6)

BREWER 4, LAWRENCE 1: Isaac Small and Matt Pushard each scored two goals to lead the Witches to the KVAC A victory in Fairfield.

Zoli Nagy scored the lone goal for Lawrence (1-7-1).

Max Marin and Coale Frechette combined to make eight saves for the Bulldogs.

MT. BLUE 1, MESSALONSKEE 0: Drew Parsons’ goal 16:04 into the contest proved to be the difference as the Cougars downed the Eagles in Oakland.

Colton Lawrence finished with seven saves for Mt. Blue (3-5-1), while Dylan Jones stopped six shots in goal for Messalonskee (3-5-0).


MADISON 9, BOOTHBAY 0: Kayla Bess poured in three goals and three assists as the Bulldogs kept rolling with a rout of the Seahawks in Madison.

Ashley Emery, Jillian Holden, Caitlyn Morgan, Emily Oliver, Aishah Malloy and Madison Curtis each had goals for Madison (10-0-0), while Tori McLaughlin and Madeline Wood each chipped in with a a pair of assists.

MESSALONSKEE 2, MT. BLUE 1: McKenna Brodeur scored inside the final 10 seconds to give Messalonskee a thrilling 2-1 win over Mt. Blue in KVAC action.

Brodeur’s goal came off a mad dash after the second of back-to-back corner kicks for Mt. Blue went wide with 17 seconds left. The ball was cleared to Brodeur, who sped past two Cougar defenders and beat goalkeeper Addie Schanz to the far corner for the game-winner.

Kassadi McPherson scored the game’s first goal for Messalonskee (4-4-1) 2:08 in. Jocelyn Daggett tied it for Mt. Blue (2-5-2) 10 minutes later. Schanz, who made a save on a penalty kick to keep the game tied, 1-1, finished with 16 saves. Taylor Easler made 14 saves in net for the Eagles.

BREWER 3, LAWRENCE 2: Emily Lord, Elly Leighton and Chelsea Frederick all scored to lead the Witches to the KVAC A win in Fairfield.

Morgan Boudreau and Asia Sweet scored for Lawrence.

Mikayla Henderson had six saves for Brewer while Lauren Wadleigh had five for Lawrence (2-5-2).

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