NORTH ANSON — Three different players scored to help the Oak Hill girls soccer team sink Carrabec 3-1 in a Mountain Valley Conference game Monday afternoon.

Sidney Drew, Halee Lair and Emma Hlister scored for Oak Hill (4-2-0).

Brooklynn Moore scored the lone goal for Carrabec (2-3-0).

HALL-DALE 4, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 1: Thea Sweet scored two goals and Lilly Ly had a goal and an assist to pace the Bulldogs to the MVC win in Farmingdale.

Addie Davis scored and Signe Welch had two assists for Hall-Dale as well (4-1-1).

Leann McNally scored the lone goal for Mountain Valley (2-2-0).

LISBON 3, WINTHROP 2: Sierra Huff scored two goals for the Ramblers, but it wasn’t enough in an MVC loss to the Greyhounds in Lisbon.

Shie Smith had 17 saves for Winthrop (0-6).

Deliah Schrieber scored all three goals for Lisbon (3-3).

MADISON 9, WISCASSET 0: Kayla Bess scored five goals and had two assists to lead the Bulldogs to the MVC victory in Madison. Madeline Wood scored a goal and had two assists for Madison as well.

Arie Mills had 15 saves for Wiscasset.

MT. ABRAM 3, DIRIGO 0: Lindsay Huff scored all three of the Roadrunners’ goals in an MVC win over the Cougars in Salem.

Abby Brackley had four saves to earn the shutout for Mt. Abram (1-3-1).

Dirigo falls to 0-6-0.


LAWRENCE 3, LEAVITT 2: Lauren Watson, Alexis Chamberlain and McKenna Rogers each scored to lead Lawrence to a key Class B victory in Fairfield.

Emily Tozier had 10 saves for Lawrence (6-1) while Chamberlain also added an assist. Samantha Harden scored for Leavitt (5-2).

GARDINER 11, LINCOLN 0: Maddy Beaulieu and Lindsey Greenleaf each scored three goals to pace the Tigers in Gardiner.

Kalee Michaud scored two goals for Gardiner (7-0) as well while Sarah Morgan contributed four assists.

OAK HILL 2, ST. DOMINIC 1: Mercedes Pease and Hayden Spencer scored second half goals to lift the Raiders to a come-from-behind victory in Wales. Spencer scored the game-winner with 8:54 left in regulation off an assist from Pease. Abby Fuller had 12 saves for Oak Hill (7-1).

Lexi Kesarais scored for the Saints (5-3).

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