BANGOR — Delaney Keithley scored three goals and Kami Lambert added a pair as Cony cruised to 6-1 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A field hockey win over Bangor on Thursday.

Molly Silsby also scored for Cony (2-1-1).

Lambert and Silsby also had assists, while Jacki Carlton had seven saves for Cony.

Bangor dropped to 0-4.

GARDINER 6, MORSE 0: Skye Lavoie and Hailee Lovely each scored twice for the unbeaten Tigers in the KVAC B game in Gardiner.

Lovely also added two assists for Gardiner (4-0), while Avery Backus was called upon to make only one save in the shutout.

Sarah Foust and Jennah Minchin also had goals, while Maddy Walker had two assists.

BOYS SOCCER

MONMOUTH 7, OAK HILL 0: Avery Pomerleau scored four goals and assisted on another as the Mustangs remained unbeaten with the Mountain Valley Conference win in Monmouth.

Wade Coloumbe, Hunter Richardson and James Sampson also scored for Monmouth (3-0-0). Bradley Neal made eight saves in the win.

Marcus Bailey had 20 saves for Oak Hill (1-1-1).

GIRLS SOCCER

MONMOUTH 1, OAK HILL 0: Tia Day scored late in the first half and the Mustangs remained unbeaten with the MVC victory in Wales.

Katie Harris made six saves for Monmouth (3-0-0), which outshot Oak Hill 32-8.

Vanna Dodge made 22 saves for the Raiders (1-1-1).

MADISON 7, WINTHROP 0: Madeline Wood scored twice and assisted on two other goals as the Bulldogs won an MVC tilt in Madison.

Wood, who has five goals this season, scored twice in a span of 2:05 in the first half to open the scoring for Madison (2-1-0). Whitney Bess added two goals and an assist in the win.

Sydney LeBlanc, Jillian Holden and Annie Worthen also scored.

Shie Smith made 21 saves for Winthrop (1-1-1).

RICHMOND 3, ST. DOM’s 1: Meranda Martin had a goal and an assist as the Class D Bobcats beat the Class C Saints.

Destiny Anair and Caitlin Kendrick also scored goals for Richmond (2-0-0), while Kristina Cornelio had the goal for St. Dom’s (0-2-0).

Sydney Tilton made five saves for the Bobcats.

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