AUGUSTA — Talia Jorgensen and Jillian Coull scored second-half goals to lift the Cony girls soccer team past Skowhegan 2-1 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Tuesday afternoon.

Gabby Low had 20 saves for the Rams (1-2-1) while Amber Merry had six for Skowhegan (0-4-0).

Maggie Vigue and Ally Waller had the Cony assists.

Alyssa Everett scored the lone goal for Skowhegan.

ERSKINE 8, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 0: Seven players scored for the Eagles in a shutout over the Phoenix.

Lauren Wood had two goals and an assist for Erskine (4-0-0). Kaylee Porter, Alana York and Kayla Hubbard each had a goal and an assist for the Eagles.

Caitlin Labbe made three saves for the shutout. Calley Baker made 27 stops for Spruce Mountain (0-4-0).

MONMOUTH 8, DIRIGO 0: Tia Day had two goals and two assists as the Mustangs prevailed in Dixfield to remain unbeaten in the Mountain Valley Conference.

Haley Fletcher, Audrey Fletcher and Emily Grandahl each had two goals for Monmouth (5-0-0). Katie Harris and Bethany Clough combined for three saves in the shutout.

Dirigo fell to 1-4-0.

OAK HILL 3, WINTHROP 1: Kierra Rolston scored twice as the Raiders pulled away in the second half for the MVC win in Wales.

Sydney Drew also scored for Oak Hill (3-1-1).

Shie Smith made 13 saves to keep Winthrop (1-2-1) in the game in the second half. Jillian Schmelzer scored for the Ramblers in the first half.

WATERVILLE 6, MARANACOOK 0: Anika Elias had three goals and set up another as the Purple Panthers rolled to the KVAC B victory in Readfield.

Sophie Webb added a goal and an assist for Waterville (4-0-0), while Sofie Weston and Mackenzi St. Pierre also scored in the win.

Skyeler Webb had 19 saves for Maranacook (2-1-0).

BOYS SOCCER

CONY 3, SKOWHEGAN 1: Nathan Foye and Jeff Bilodeau scored goals three minutes apart in the second half as the Rams grabbed the KVAC A win in Skowhegan.

Nate Parlin opened the scoring for Cony (3-1-0) in the first minute of play, and Nick Robinson made four saves to earn the win.

Hunter Mushero scored for Skowhegan (0-4-0), which went into halftime even at 1-1. Zach Lynch had 17 saves for the Indians.

CAMDEN HILLS 1, MESSALONSKEE 0: Kieran Lydon scored an unassisted goal nine minutes into the second half and the Windjammers made it stand in a KVAC A victory in Camden.

Messalonskee junior goalie Chase Warren had five saves while Lucas Doetsch had three for Camden (4-0-0).

The Eagles dropped to 2-1-1.

HALL-DALE 2, TELSTAR 1, OT: Tyler Nadeau scored his second goal of the game in overtime to lift the Bulldogs to the sudden-victory in Farmingdale.

Nadeau converted a Brendan McKenzie cross for the winning goal. McKenzie also set up Nadeau’s first-half goal that put Hall-Dale (3-1-1) up at halftime.

Hakan Chartier scored an unassisted goal in the second half for Telstar (2-3-0) to force overtime.

MONMOUTH 7, DIRIGO 0: Avery Pomerleau scored five goals to lead the Mustangs to the MVC win in Monmouth.

Mathew Foulke added two goals for Monmouth (4-0). Hunter Richardson had four assists for the Mustangs. Bradley Neal made one save for the shutout.

Dirigo dropped to 0-4.

ERSKINE 6, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 1: Grayson Petty netted a hat trick and the Eagles rolled to their third consecutive KVAC B win in South China.

Michael Sprague scored two goals for Erskine (3-0-1), while Alex Cleaves also scored. Luke Wilson had three assists in the win.

Brady Wale scored for Spruce Mountain (0-4-0).

CONY 3, SKOWHEGAN 1: Nathan Foye and Jeff Bilodeau scored goals three minutes apart in the second half as the Rams grabbed the KVAC A win in Skowhegan.

Nate Parlin opened the scoring for Cony (3-1-0) in the first minute of play, and Nick Robinson made four saves to earn the win.

Hunter Mushero scored for Skowhegan (0-4-0), which went into halftime even at 1-1. Zach Lynch had 17 saves for the Indians.

FIELD HOCKEY

GARDINER 9, MARANACOOK 0: Nine different players scored and the Tigers outshot the visitors by a 20-0 count in a KVAC B game in Gardiner.

Maddy Walker, Jillian Bisson, Sarah Morgan, Kallie Goggin, Skye Lavoie, Haley Brann, Mallory Bailey, Jillian Rolfe and Aimee Adams all scored goals for Gardiner (5-0-0).

Carolina Bachelder made 20 saves for Maranacook (0-5-0).


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