SKOWHEGAN — Eryn Doiron became the all-time leading goal scorer in Mt. Blue girls soccer history in the Cougars’ 4-1 win at Skowhegan on Thursday.

Doiron scored unassisted four minutes into the contest to reach 46 career goals, breaking the record held by Ashley Spear, a 1991 Mt. Blue graduate. Doiron added another goal in the first half and Haley Caswell and Ace Provencher scored in the second half for the Cougars (5-6-1). Adie Schanz made five saves in net for the Cougars. Chloe Thorndike scored the lone Skowhegan (0-12) goals while Tatumn Parker stopped nine shots for the Indians.

LISBON 1, MADISON 0: Kailyn Le scored the game’s lone goal in the first half as the Greyhounds held on to hand the Bulldogs their first loss of the season in a Mountain Valley Conference game played in Lisbon.

Alexandra Sult finished with 10 saves to pick up the shutout for Lisbon (7-5). Erin Whalen made two saves in goal for Madison (8-1-2).

RANGELEY 1, VALLEY 0: Brook Egan scored the game’s only goal in the first half to give the Lakers a win over the Cavaliers.

Sydney Royce made five saves in the win for Rangeley, while Kendra Sweet had 10 saves for Valley.

BOYS SOCCER

WATERVILLE 10, BELFAST 0: The Purple Panthers had seven different players score goals on their way to a rout of the Lions in Waterville.

Michael Oliveira led the way with three goals and three assists for Waterville (9-2-1), while Michael Bolduc scored twice. Bridger Holly and Justin Wentworth each recorded a pair of assists.

Andrew Cross finished with four saves in goal for Belfast (1-10).

BUCKFIELD 8, TEMPLE 1: Sidney Jackson had a hat trick as the Bucks raced past Temple in a game played at Thomas College in Waterville.

Jonathan Randolph added a pair of goals for Buckfield (11-1), while Ethan Jackson, Brian Chade and Matt Beauchage each scored once.

Micah Ripotella had the lone goal for Temple (2-8) while Timothy Larseon made eight saves in goal.

FIELD HOCKEY

LAWRENCE 7, WATERVILLE 2: Hunter Chesley, Lauren Watson and Domi Lewis scored two goals each to lead the Bulldogs to a win over the Purple Panthers in Fairfield.

Hallee Parlin also scored a goal for Lawrence (10-3), while Lauren Lambert chipped in with an assist.

Amber Hill and Shelby Place scored for Waterville (3-10), while Colby Dangler finished with 18 saves.

WINSLOW 7, MORSE 0: Six different Black Raiders scored on their way to a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B win over the Shipbuilders in Winslow.

Maddy Roy scored twice for Winslow (9-3-1), while Ciera Poulin had a goal and two assists. Jessica Greeley, Alyssa Burbank, Mikayla Day and Maddie Beckwith also scored in the win.

Madeline Baker and Sophie Wilson combined for 12 saves for Morse (1-12).


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