FARMINGTON — Eryn Doiron tied a school record with her 44th career goal but the Mt. Blue girls soccer team fell to Camden Hills 3-2 in a Class A North game Tuesday afternoon.

Doiron finished with a pair of goals for the Cougars (4-6-1).

Eliza Brown had two goals for Camden Hills (10-0-1).

Addie Sanchez had 10 saves for the Cougars (4-6-1).

ERSKINE 1, NOKOMIS 0: Alana York scored with 11 minutes left in regulation to lift Erskine to the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B victory in South China.

Cassandra Ray had six saves for the Eagles (7-3-1) while Shayla Kelley also had six for the Warriors (6-4-1).

WATERVILLE 4, MOUNT VIEW 0: Mackenzie St. Pierre scored two goals and Fotini Shanos added three assists to lead the Purple Panthers in Waterville.

Sophie Webb and Kaylyn Trussell also scored for the Purple Panthers (7-1-2).

Jenni Nadeau had six saves for the Mustangs (5-5-1) while Gabi Martin had nine for Waterville.

BOYS SOCCER

WINTHROP 2, MT. ABRAM 1, OT: Winthrop’s Ben Boulay scored with 17 seconds left in the first overtime to lift the Ramblers in Salem.

Mt. Abram’s Xavier Romanoski opened the scoring 21 minutes into the game on a close range shot. Derek McLaughlin tied the score just 42 seconds into the second half on a header for Winthrop (2-7-2).

Winthrop’s Jackson Ladd made 10 saves. Seth Thomas stopped one shot for Mt. Abram (3-6-1).

GARDINER 1, MCI 0: Kenneth Moore made five saves to preserve a shutout win for Gardiner over MCI in Gardiner.

Trevor Backus scored the game’s lone goal, assisted by Garrett Lunt, with 33:01 left in the second half for the Tigers (5-4-1). Aiden Peacock made eight saves for the Huskies (4-5).

ERSKINE 5, NOKOMIS 0: Andrew Browne had two goals to lead the Eagles to the KVAC B win in Newport.

Luke Peabody, Jake Suga and Alex Cleaves also scored for Erskine (8-3-0). Denver Cullivan and Takoda McGraw didn’t have to make a save.

Nick Bolliger made five saves for Nokomis (2-7-1).

WATERVILLE 7, MOUNT VIEW 2: Michael Oliveira scored five goals and added an assist to lead the Purple Panthers to the KVAC B victory in Thorndike.

Ethan Cayer had a goal and three assists for Waterville (8-2-1). Peter Mayhorn also scored and Jackson Aldrich had six saves.

Mike Hustus scored both goals for Mount View (2-9-0).

WINSLOW 2, OCEANSIDE 1 (2OT): Jake Wren scored three minutes into double overtime to lift the Raiders to the KVAC B victory in Winslow.

Christian Straka gave Oceanside (6-2-2) a 1-0 lead in the first half but Isaac Lambrecht scored with 28 minutes to pull Winslow (8-1-1) even.

Jake Lapierre had four saves for the Raiders as well.

FIELD HOCKEY

MESSALONSKEE 9, HAMPDEN 0: Emily Hogan, Ally Corbett and Nathalie St. Pierre each scored two goals to pace the Eagles to the KVAC A win in Hampden.

Autumn Littlefield, Haley Lowell and Megan Smith had a goal apiece for Messalonskee (12-0). Hannah Pinney made one save.

Amanda Ramsey stopped 22 shots for Hampden (4-6).

WINSLOW 3, ERSKINE 1: Mikayla Day, Maddie Roy and Ciera Poulin each scored a goal to spark the Black Raiders to the KVAC B win in South China.

Samantha Washburn and Weslee Littlefield had an assist apiece. Hope Winkin made 11 saves for Winslow (8-3).

Kaitlyn Darveau and Michelle Lemelin scored for Erskine (3-9). Hannah Burns stopped 13 shots.

MT. BLUE 6, MT. ARARAT 0: Abby Wallace scored three goals and Hannah Minns had four assists to lead the Cougars to the KVAC A victory in Farmington.

Hannah LeClair, Rebecca Harmon and Ellie Pelletier also scored for Mt. Blue (8-3-1).

Mt. Ararat dropped to 3-8-1.

COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY

ST. JOSEPH’S 1, THOMAS 0: Bailey Cutler scored in the second half to lift the Monks to the non-conference win in Standish.

Megan Baker made one save for St. Joe’s (7-4, 3-1 GNAC). Abbie Charrer stopped 15 shots for the Terriers (6-6, 2-0 NAC).


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