NEWPORT —  Sadie Williams scored twice to lead the Waterville girls soccer team to a 3-0 win over Nokomis on Saturday.

Taylor Doane added the other goal for the Purple Panthers (5-3-1), while Phoenix Gatlin made 14 saves.

Autumn Coon stopped 10 shots for Nokomis.


HALL-DALE 11, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 0: Lily Platt, Karlie Reith and Bethany Ives each added two goals for Hall-Dale (6-0-0) while Iris Ireland and Zoe Soule had one each. Reith also had two assists and Audrey Gilbert and Emily Seymour combined to make five saves.

Justice Gendron stopped 18 shots for the Falcons (3-5-0).



OAK HILL 8, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 0: Gabrielle Chessie netted a hat trick as the Raiders (5-0) shot past the Phoenix (1-8) in Wales.

Maddie Drew, Amara Denis and Paige Gonya all added a goal and an assist, while Gonya also spent time in the Oak Hill net but didn’t need to make any saves. Mackenzie Vattaso also was part of the shutout in goal (zero saves), Aubrey McElhaney and Kendall Theriault scored goals and Peyton Gonya notched an assist.

Emma Towers made 15 saves for Spruce Mountain.


OLD ORCHARD BEACH 9, TEMPLE 0: Elise MacNair had three goals and four assists as the Seagulls (5-3) beat the Bereans (0-3) in Temple.


Tessa Ferguson and Camryn Blatchford had two goals apiece, while Maddy Dow and Sarah Davis also scored for Old Orchard Beach.


ST. DOMINIC 1, RANGELEY 0: Emma Roy scored the only goal of the game to lift the Saints to the win.

Anna Theriault made two saves for St. Dominic (2-6-0).

Winnie LaRochelle stopped 18 shots for Rangeley (3-1-0).





SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 2, OAK HILL 0: The Phoenix broke a scoreless tie late in the second half to down the Raiders in Wales.

Culley Johnson scored on a direct kick and Kaleb Finelli scored unassisted for Spruce Mountain.


ST. DOMINIC 6, RANGELEY 0: Timmy Ouellete had a hat trick and an assist to pace the Saints to the win in Auburn.

Thomas Suckow added two goals for St. Dominic (1-6-0) while Garrett Kendall had the other. Michael Stowe made three saves.

Logan Belt made 11 saves for Rangeley (2-3-1).

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