Staff Reports

MONMOUTH — Lilly Ly scored an unassisted goal with 3:25 remaining in overtime to lift Hall-Dale past Monmouth 3-2 in Mountain Valley Conference girls soccer action Saturday.

Hall-Dale struck first on a goal by Thea Sweet in the first half. About four and a half minutes later, Sidney Wilson tied the game off an assist from Sammy Grandahl. The Mustangs then took the lead when Grandahl scored a goal of her own off an assist from Haley Fletcher. In the second half, Signe Lynch tied the game with an unassisted goal.

Hailey Taker made 11 saves for the Bulldogs (9-2-1). Mikayla Cameron stopped 12 shots for the Mustangs (9-1-1).

RICHMOND 4, SEARSPORT 0: Autumn Acord and Meranda Martin each had two goals and an assist to spark the Bobcats to the Class D South win in Richmond.

Kelsea Anair chipped in with an assist as well for Richmond (10-1-0). Sydney Tilton made four saves.

Brooklyn Alberts stopped 10 shots for Searsport (8-3-0).

MESSALONSKEE 3, LEWISTON 2: Fern Calkins’ header off a McKenna Brodeur free kick in the second overtime gave Messalonskee the thrilling Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A win in Lewiston.

The goal was the second of the day for Calkins. Brodeur also had a goal — on a penalty kick, — and an assist while Lauren Pickett had an assist for the Eagles (9-2-1) as well. Sarah Van Der Karr made 10 saves in net for Messalonskee. Alanna Taylor and Taylor Chamberlain scored for the Blue Devils (5-6-1).


RICHMOND 3, SEARSPORT 0: Three different players scored to lift the Bobcats to the Class D South win in Richmond.

Curtis Anderson, Brendan Emmons and Brady Johnson each had a goal for Richmond (8-2-0). Nate Vintinner, Logan Anair and Cody Tribbet had an assist apiece. Zach Small made three saves.

Ben Powell stopped 11 shots in net for Searsport (7-3-1).


DEXTER 42, KENTS HILL 7: Trevor Guity rushed for 80 yards and a touchdown as the Huskies fell to Dexter in an Evergreen League game in Kents Hill.

Ben Storey added 60 yards rushing for Kents Hill (0-3), while Luke Arsenault had eight tackles and an interception. Jake Fernandez chipped in with four tackles and an interception in the loss.

Dexter improved to 1-2 with the win.


CAMDEN HILLS 2, ERSKINE 0: Hilary Merryfield scored both goals for the Windjammers in a win over the Eagles.

Jenna Stearns made six saves for Camden Hills (7-2), while Hannah Burns had nine saves for Erskine (3-10).

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