OAKLAND — Lydia Bradfield scored two goals and Edin Sisson added a goal as the Messalonskee girls soccer team beat Bangor 3-1 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A match Thursday night.

It was a notable win for the Eagles (5-1-1), as it was the first time the team had defeated the Rams in the near five-year tenure of head coach Penny Stansfield.

Mya Chalmers, Amelia Bradfield and Shauna Clark each had an assist for Messalonskee. Hannah DeGiudice had six saves.

Libby Spekhardt scored the lone goal for Bangor (4-2-1).

ERSKINE 4, MARANACOOK 0: Annemarie Allen scored two goals to lead the Eagles to a KVAC victory over the Black Bears in South China.

Hymanot Maynard and Tori Grasse each tallied goals for Erskine (5-1-2). Lauren Wood and Alana York each had two assists. Taylor Shute and Caitlin Labbe combined for six saves for the shutout.

Skyeler Webb had 19 saves for Maranacook (3-2-1).

WATERVILLE 5, BELFAST 1: Anika Elias scored three goals to lead the Purple Panthers to the KVAC B win in Waterville.

Mackenzie St. Pierre had two assists for Waterville (5-1-1). Juune Robertson-McIntire scored for Belfast (1-7).

WINSLOW 4, LAWRENCE 0: Sarah Guimond had two goals and an assist to spark the host Black Raiders to the KVAC B win.

Grace Redwine added a goal and two assists for Winslow (4-1-0) and Sarah Stevens also scored. Broghan Gagnon made four saves.

Riley Hanson sstopped 11 shots for Lawrence (1-5-0).

FIELD HOCKEY

MESSALONSKEE 8, HAMPDEN 0: Katelyn Smith had a hat trick to spark the Eagles to the KVAC A win in Hampden.

Chloe Tilley, Haley Lowell, Rylee Poulin and Ally Turner also scored for Messalonskee (7-0-0). Julia Vigue made one save.

MOUNT VIEW 2, ERSKINE 1: Thurston Illinsworth and Maddy Knowlton scored to lead the Mustangs to the KVAC B win in South China.

Paige Leary scored for Erskine, with an assist from Olivia Kunish. Mount View is 1-6, Erskine is 3-4.

WINSLOW 3, LEAVITT 0: Cassie Demers made six saves for the shutout to lead Winslow to the KVAC B win.

Haley Ward, Silver Clukey, and Abby Wright each scored for Winslow. Bodhi Littlefield had two assists for the Black Raiders.

Hailey Demaschio made 10 saves for Leavitt.

MARANACOOK 3, WATERVILLE 1: Erin Bonenfant had two goals to spark the Black Bears to the KVAC B win in Readfield.

Abby Jacques had the other goal for Maranacook (1-6-0). Alyssa Pratt made three saves.

Corinne Roger scored and Coby Dangler stopped 15 shots for Waterville (0-6-1).

BOYS SOCCER

WATERVILLE 6, BELFAST 0: Six different players scored to lead the Purple Panthers to the KVAC B win in Belfast.

Matt Anich, Ben Danner, Adam Livshitz, Taylor Bielecki, Max McGadney and Eben Charles each had a goal for Waterville (2-4-1). Declan Greene made four saves.

Brandon Cournoyer and Luke Hamlin combined to stop 10 shots for Belfast (2-6-0).

WINSLOW 5, LAWRENCE 0: Jake Warn scored a pair of goals to lift the Black Raiders to the KVAC victory in Fairfield.

Isaac Lambrecht, Isaac Burbank and Kaleb Burbank also scored for Winslow, while Jake Lapierre (one save) picked up the win in net.

Nick Reeves (13 saves) and L.J. Lawler (three saves) split goalkeeping duties for the Bulldogs (0-6-1).

TEMPLE ACADEMY 9, HIGHVIEW CHRISTIAN 0: Nikola Kekie scored a pair of goals and Eli Austin made one save to lift Temple to the Class D win over Highview in Waterville.

Ilija Divkovic had a goal and two assists for Temple (6-0). TJ Sheldon made 19 saves for Highview Christian (0-4).

CARRABEC 3, TELSTAR 1: Cavan Weggler scored three goals to lead the Cobras to a Mountain Valley Conference win over the Rebels in Bethel.

Seth Padelford added three assists for Carrabec (3-3-0).

Tristen Lilly had the lone goal for Telstar (4-3-1). Boston Ludden had 22 saves.

MT. ABRAM 2, OAK HILL 0: Kenyon Pillsbury and Tyson Hill each scored goals as the Roadrunners extended their unbeaten streak to six games with the Mountain Valley Conference win in Sabattus.

Goalkeepers Jack Deming and Nate Luce combined on the shutout for Mt. Abram (4-1-2).

Adam Lapointe made 12 saves for Oak Hill (2-4-1).


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