RANGELEY — Three different players scored as the Richmond soccer team sank Rangeley 3-0 in an East/West Conference game Friday afternoon.

Tyler Soucy, Matt Rines and Mitchell Couturier each scored a goal for Richmond (6-1-0). Nate Vintinner and Curtis Anderson each had assists. Zach Small stopped one shot.

Timmy White made 10 saves for Rangeley (2-4-1).

GARDINER 3, LEAVITT 1: Gardiner fell behind 1-0 before scoring three goals in the final 23 minutes of the opening half to sink the Hornets in Turner. Casey Bourque, Trevor Backus and Peter Del Gallo scored for the Tigers (4-4-1). Larsson Lunt had two assists while Kenneth Moore had four saves for Gardiner as well.

Noah Lind scored for Leavitt (3-5-1).

HAMPDEN 7, LAWRENCE 1: Kyle Townsend and Nick Chaffe each scored two goals to lift Hampden to the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A victory in Hampden.

Isaias Raime and Nick Gilpin also scored for the Broncos (9-1-0).

Jackson Dudley scored for Lawrence (0-10-0). Max Marin had 12 saves for the Bulldogs as well.

MESSALONSKEE 2, MT. ARARAT 2: Nate Violette and James Kouletsis each scored for Messalonskee in a KVAC A game in Topsham.

Dylan Jones had seven saves for Messalonskee (4-4-2).

GIRLS SOCCER

LEAVITT 2, GARDINER 1: The Hornets scored two second-half goals to earn the KVAC B win in Gardiner.

Allie Ryan and Nikki Daigle each scored unassisted goals for Leavitt (4-2-4). Angela Daigle made eight saves.

Anna Chadwick scored off an assist from Marisa Quirion for Gardiner (5-3-1). Taby Hembree made 18 saves.

RICHMOND 2, RANGELEY 0: Meranda Martin scored both goals in the second half to lead the Bobcats to the East-West victory in Rangeley.

Kelsea Anair had an assist and Sydney Tilton had one save for Richmond (8-1-0).

Sydney Royce had 12 saves for Rangeley (4-3-0).

COLLEGE

MEN’S SOCCER

UNITY 3, CMCC 1: Jonathan Brock and Keegan Nelligan scored first half goals to lead Unity in Auburn.

Francesco Gurrero also scored for Unity (1-0-0).

Aden Hassan scored the lone goal for Central Maine Community College.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

UNITY 10, CMCC 0: Mariza Gionfriddo scored three goals and Julie Scott had a goal and an assist to lead Unity (1-0-0) in Auburn.


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