THORNDIKE — Anika Elias scored two goals just two minutes apart late in the second half to help the Waterville girls soccer team erase a 2-1 deficit and sink Mount View 3-2 in a come-from-behind Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B victory Tuesday afternoon.

Mack St. Pierre scored in the seventh minute to give Waterville a 1-0 lead before Sage Pound and Ariana Allen scored in the second half to put the Mustangs (1-1-0) ahead.

Shala Davis had eight saves for Mount View and Ally Drew had five for the Purple Panthers (2-0-0).

ERSKINE 2, MEDOMAK 0: Annemarie Allen and Lauren Wood each scored goals to lead the Eagles to a KVAC B win in South China.

Jordan Linscott had an assist for Erskine (2-0-0). Taylor Shute had four saves to earn the shutout.

Kayla Donlin had 13 saves for Medomak (0-2-0).

HAMPDEN 3, SKOWHEGAN 2: Sydney Reed and Sydney Ames each scored goals for the Indians, who fell in a KVAC A match in Skowhegan.

Amber Merry had nine saves for Skowhegan (0-2-0).

Emily Dysart had 10 saves for Hampden (2-0-0).


WATERVILLE 0, NOKOMIS 0, 2OT: Colby Dangler had 19 saves for the Purple Panthers in a KVAC B match in Newport.

Waterville moved to 0-1-1.

Chelsea Crockett had five saves for Nokomis (1-0-1).

ERSKINE 3, MARANACOOK 0: Olivia Kunesh and Paige Leary each had a goal and an assist to lead the Eagles in South China.

Mya Maxim added a goal for Erskine (1-1-0). Lucy Allen had three saves to earn the shutout.

Grace Bachelder had 10 saves for Maranacook (0-2-0).


MOUNT VIEW 3, WATERVILLE 1: The Mustangs got a goal and an assist from Matt Overlock to remain unbeaten with the KVAC B win at Webber Field in Waterville.

Elijah Allen and Noah Jacobs also scored for Mount View (2-0-0), while Max Tomlin recorded six saves.

Adam Livshits scored for Waterville (0-2-0), and Ethan Nurick made 14 saves.

ERSKINE 3, MEDOMAK VALLEY 1: The Eagles scored three times in the second half to erase a one-goal deficit and post the KVAC B win in Waldoboro.

Austin Dunn, Seth Reed and Michael Sprague all scored for Erskine (2-0-0). David McGraw made four saves for the Eagles.

Will Smith gave the Panthers (1-1-0) the early lead with his goal midway through the first half.

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