WINSLOW — Desiree Veilleux scored with 15 seconds left in overtime to lift the Winslow girls soccer team to a 1-0 victory over Erskine in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B game Saturday morning.

Veilleux scored on a tip-in after Erskine goalie Cassandra Ray made a save on a shot by Heather Kervin. Hillary Libby made 13 saves for Winslow (5-0-1), while Ray made eight stops for the Eagles (3-2-1).

WATERVILLE 7, MCI 0: Jordan Jabar scored three goals to help the Panthers earn the KVAC B win.

McKenzie St. Pierre added two goals for Waterville (6-0), while Anika Elias had a goal and three assists. Sophie Webb had a goal and two assists for the Panthers. Gabi Martin made five saves in the shutout.

Audrey McCannell made 10 saves for MCI (0-6).

RICHMOND 12, VALLEY 0: Nine different players scored goals for the Bobcats in Richmond.

Kelsea Anair and Camryn Hurley led the Bobcats (4-1-0) with two goals each. Destiny Anair, Autumn Acord, Cassidy Harriman, Jade Gammon, Molly Meagher, Caitlin Kendrick, Ashley Brown and Meranda Martin also scored for Richmond.

Jillian Miller had 12 saves for Valley (0-3-0).


RICHMOND 7, VALLEY 0: Cody Tribbet scored three goals and had an assist to lead the Bobcats in Richmond.

Brendan Emmons scored two goals and added an assist, while Ford Strout and Nick Adams each scored goals for Richmond (3-0-0).

Dillon Beane had 10 saves for Valley (2-4-0).

CARRABEC 4, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 1: Nick Sansone had a goal and two assists to help the Cobras take the Mountain Valley Conference win.

Dustin Crawford, Dylan Willette and Paul Kaplan also scored for Carrabec (3-1-1). Sonke Hanneken scored for Mountain Valley (5-1-0).

Trent Richardson made 10 saves for the win.

WATERVILLE 7, MCI 2: The Purple Panthers erased a 2-1 halftime deficit to sink the Huskies in Pittsfield.

Ben Danner scored all three of his goals in the second half for Waterville (4-1-1), while Michael Oliveira scored twice. Jackson Aldridge stopped six shots in goal, including a penalty kick that helped spark the Purple Panthers’ comeback.

Jason Song scored both MCI (3-3-0) goals off assists from Lazor Rosaj and Doug Kalson, respectively.

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