WALES —Elise Worth scored a pair of goals to lead Oak Hill past Madison 5-0 in girls soccer action Monday.

All of Oak Hill’s (12-0-0) five goals came in the second half. Worth scored twice, while Gabby Chessie, Ellie Smith and Madison Drew all scored a goal each. Chessie tacked on three assists, as well. Paige Gonya saved six shots.

Madison’s Arabel Linkletter saved 20 shots for Madison, while Hope Nadeau also saved five for the Bulldogs (7-5-0).

Oak Hill did not concede a goal through the duration of the regular season.


WATERVILLE 1, WINSLOW 1: The rival Purple Panthers and Black Raiders battled to a tie for the second time this season.


Winslow (6-5-2) took the lead on a goal by Kyrie Meak before Sade Williams scored the equalizer for Waterville (7-5-2).


RICHMOND 10, VINALHAVEN 0: Katie Johnson, Lila Viselli , Breonna Dufresne and Alana Hixon each scored two goals to lead the Bobcats to the win in Richmond.

Anya Lazerera and Abby Harrington added a goal apiece for the Bobcats (9-5-0).

Becca Osgood stopped 10 shots for Vinalhaven (2-10-0).





SKOWHEGAN 7, EDWARD LITTLE 0: The River Hawks scored early to put away the Red Eddies in Skowhegan.

Layla Conway scored a goal in each quarter to pace Skowhegan with four goals. In the first quarter, Laney Leblanc and Paige Gilbert also added a goal. In the second quarter, Gemma Kennedy scored after Conway. Gwyn Turgeon saved a shot.

Edward Little’s Kasey Smith saved 16 shots.



SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 2, HALL-DALE 0: The Phoenix shut out the Bulldogs to end the regular season in Jay.

Mariyah Fournier and Ella Plourde each scored for Spruce Mountain (7-5-2), while goalkeeper Jayden Achorn saved 17 shots.

Hall-Dale’s (3-9-2) Kelsie Cormier saved six shots.





RICHMOND 9, VINALHAVEN 0: Nine different players scored as the Bobcats rolled to the Class D South victory.

Zander Steele scored a goal and had two assists to help lead the way for Richmond (10-4-0).

Cole Alexander, Max Viselli, Ben Fournier, Brady Alexander, Wyatt Cassidy, Connor Vashon and Chance Taylor also scored for the Bobcats.

Sam Westworth had 15 saves for the Vikings (3-10-0).

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