SOUTH CHINA — Christina Belanger scored twice to lead Erskine past Mount View 3-2 in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B girls soccer action Saturday.

Avery Bond also scored for Erskine (6-1-2). Lauren Wood, Mackenzie Gayer and Michaela Sprague chipped in with an assist apiece while Cass Ray stopped seven shots in net.

Kate Bennett and Grace Redwine each had a goal for Mount View (1-8-0). Tori Strain made six saves.

MESSALONSKEE 9, SKOWHEGAN 0: Cassidy Charette, Kassadi McPherson and Taylor Poissonnier each scored two goals to lead the Eagles to the KVAC A win in Oakland. Lauren Pickett, Abigail Ainslie and McKenna Brodeur chipped in with a goal apiece for Messalonskee (5-4-1). Taylor Easler made eight saves.

Skowhegan falls to 0-9-0.

ST. DOMINIC 3, MT. ABRAM 2: Faith Grady scored all three goals to lead the Saints to the MVC win. Nicole Robitaille made three saves for St. Dominic (8-2-0).

Katie Jordan scored both goals for the Roadrunners (4-5-1), including one on a penalty kick. Abby Brackley made four saves.



ERSKINE 7, MOUNT VIEW 0: Sam Wilkinson scored a hat trick to lead the Eagles to the KVAC B win in South China. Ryan Rodrigue added two goals while Trevor Hubbard and Hoang Barnett had one apiece. Luke Peabody chipped in with two assists. Denver Cullivan stopped one shots for Erskine (8-0-1).

Seth Davis made seven saves for Mount View (2-6-1).

WATERVILLE 4, NOKOMIS 0: Justin Wentworth had a goal and two assists to lead the Purple Panthers to the KVAC B win in Newport.

Ethan Cayer, Mike Oliveira and Fernando Ramiro also scored for Waterville (6-3-0). Nick Bolliger made six saves.

Liam Edwards stopped nine shots for Nokomis (2-6-1).

MESSALONSKEE 3, SKOWHEGAN 0: Nathan Violette, Ryan McCarthy and Devin Pickett each scored an unassisted goal to lift the Eagles to the KVAC A win in Skowhegan.

Dylan Jones made two saves for Messalonskee (4-5-0). Daquan Frost stopped three shots for the Indians (0-7-2).



MOUNT VIEW 52, ELLSWORTH 12: Trevor Saucier ran for 258 yards and scored five touchdowns to lead the Mustangs to the Little Ten Conference win in Thorndike.

Saucier had two kickoff returns for touchdowns, returned an interception 70 yards for a score, and ran for a pair of touchdowns. Tyler Ripley and Jack Axsom also scored for Mount View (1-3). Ellsworth is 0-4.

NOKOMIS 43, OLD TOWN 27: Noah Kershner scored six touchdowns and ran for more than 200 yards, as Nokomis took the Class C East win in Newport.

Kershner ran for five touchdowns and returned an interception for a score. Nokomis head coach Matt O’Connell said the Warriors line, led by Alex Chipman, Jacob Nichols, Jake Seehusen, Dylan Trask, Dane Wheeler, Jeff Fitzmaurice, Joey Marriner, Dylan Thibodeau and Robert Smith, dominated on both sides of the ball.

Nokomis is 2-3, Old Town is 1-4.