SALEM — Ben Boulay scored with 17 seconds left in the first overtime to lift Winthrop past Mt. Abram 1-0 in Mountain Valley Conference boys soccer action Tuesday.

Mt. Abram’s (3-6-1) 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 17 saves. Mt Abram’s Seth Thomas stopped seven shots.

CONY 5, EDWARD LITTLE 0: Nate Parlin scored twice to spark the Rams to the KVAC A win in Auburn.

Bret Sproul added a goal and an assist for Cony (6-4-1) while Ty Sproul had the other goal. Connor Perry, Bradley Houston and Logan Testerman each had an assist. Nate Robinson made nine saves.

Edward Little falls to 3-4-4.

CONY 5, OXFORD HILLS 2: Connor Perry scored all five goals to lead the Rams to the KVAC A victory last Friday. Nate Parlin, Nick Robinson, Cody Lamarre, Ty Sproul and Logan Testerman each had assists for Cony.

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 added a goal apiece 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).

HALL-DALE 1, LISBON: Tyler Nadeau scored what turned out to be the game’s only goal with 27 minutes left as Hall-Dale blanked Lisbon in a tight MVC matchup.

Ryan Sinclair picked up the assist on the goal. Andy Peterson stopped four shots in net for the Bulldogs (7-0-2) while Ryan Sautter made 15 saves for the Greyhounds (7-4).

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).

TRAIP 2, RICHMOND 1: Henry Driscoll had a goal and an assist to lift the Rangers to the win in Kittery.

Trevor Salema had the other goal for Traip (3-7-0). Blue Clark stopped three shots.

Zach Marseglia scored for Richmond (6-2-0) off an assist from Brady Johnson. Zach Small made four saves.

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).

GARDINER 1, CAMDEN HILLS 0: Junior Sarah Morgan scored an unassisted goal to lift the host Tigers to the KVAC B win. The goal was a rebound off a corner play.

Gardiner improves to 10-2 while Camden Hills falls to 6-6.

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.

CONY 5, BREWER 0: Kami Lambert and Delaney Keithley each scored two goals to pace the Rams to the KVAC A victory in Brewer.

keithley also added two assists.

Haley Ward also scored while Cari Hopkins and Lindsay Watts had assists for the Rams (9-3) as well.

Brewer dropped to 4-8.

GIRLS SOCCER

ERSKINE 1, NOKOMIS 0: Alana York scored with 11 minutes left in regulation to lift Erskine to the KVAC 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).

EDWARD LITTLE 1, CONY 0: Emily Jacques scored the lone goal and Francesca Beth Haines seven saves to lead the Red Eddies.

Autumn Sudsbury had nine saves for the Rams (4-4-3).

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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