RICHMOND — Autumn Acord scored two goals and Kelsea Anair recorded the 100th goal of her career as the Richmond girls soccer team rolled past Buckfield 6-0 in an East/West Conference game Tuesday afternoon.

Anair finished with two goals. Caitlin Kendrick and Meranda Martin also scored for Richmond (13-1-0).

Sydney Tilton needed to make just one save for the Bobcats while Julia Dow had 14 for the Bucks.


BUCKFIELD 1, RICHMOND 0: Sidney Jackson scored the game’s only goal with 7:49 left in the first half to pace the Bucks to a win over the Bobcats in Richmond.

Jacob Kraske made eight saves to pick up the shutout for Buckfield (13-1-0). Zach Small had seven saves in goal for Richmond (9-4-0).


GOULD 7, TEMPLE 5: Mohammad Roone had a hat trick to pace Gould to a win over Temple in Waterville.

Abdi Ibrahim chipped in with a pair of goals for Gould (7-2-0). Brad Smith had three goals and an assist for Temple (3-11-0).


PISCATAQUIS 1, WINTHROP 0: Senior captain Jordynne Littlefield scored with about five minutes in double overtime to lift the fourth-seeded Pirates past the No. 5 Ramblers in a Class C North quarterfinal game.

Sidney Martin had 16 saves to lead Piscataquis. Corinna Coulton had nine saves for Winthrop (7-7-1), which couldn’t convert on any of its 16 corners.




SAINT JOSEPH’S 2, UMF 1: Amanda Celata scored both goals off Michalia Parent assists as the Monks rallied in a non-conference game at Mercy Field in Standish.

Emma Martineau scored the lone goal for UMF (8-4), which came late in the first half.

Celata then scored both her goals in the second half for the Monks (11-4).


MAINE MARITIME 4, THOMAS 0: Tori Cooper scored twice to lead the Mariners to the NAC win in Castine.


Makayla Lewis and Susana DeFrank also scored for MMA (8-6-1, 5-1-1 NAC). Maggie McConkey stopped four shots in net.

Paige Leary made nine saves for Thomas (6-9-0, 3-5-0).

UMF 4, HUSSON 0: Ashley Gleason scored two goals to lift the Beavers to the NAC win in Bangor.

Bridget Humphrey added a goal and an assist for UMF (6-9-1, 3-4-1 NAC). Katie Clark had the other goal. Kiana Thompson stopped nine shots.

Husson falls to 6-8-1 and 3-4-0 in the conference.


COLBY 0, BOWDOIN 0: John Pappas made four saves as the Mules settled for a New England Small College Athletic Conference tie in Brunswick. Stevie Van Siclen stopped four shots for Bowdoin (6-3-3, 2-3-3). Colby is now 3-7-3 and 1-5-2 in the conference.

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