Saturday, December 7, 2013
BETHEL — Kayla Bess had two goals as the Madison girls soccer team beat Telstar 5-0 in a Mountain Valley Conference game Wednesday.
Madeline Wood, Whitney Lloyd and Kirsten Wood also scored for Madison (2-0-0). Christie Vicniere added two assists, while Wood and Bess each had one. Savanna Kandiko had two saves.
Tehya Johnson had 12 saves for Telstar (0-2-0).
Oak Hill 2, Mt. Abram 1: Meagan Crosby scored with 25:12 remaining to snap a 1-1 draw and help the Raiders earn the MVC win in Salem.
Oak Hill (1-1-0) was credited with an own goal in the first half.
Sarenah Lariviere scored off a corner kick from Emma Houston with 38:11 left in the first half to give the Roadrunners (1-1-0) a 1-0 lead.
Oak Hill keeper Kelsey Collins and Mt. Abram goalie Allie Lopez each had three saves.
Mt. View 8, Lincoln 0: Reanna Boulay scored three first half goals and four overall to lift he Mustangs to victory in an Eastern B game Tuesday.
Braley Leadbetter scored a goal and three assists for Mt. View (1-2). Kersey Boulay and Risa Fox also scored.
Andrea Call had six saves to pace Lincoln (0-3).
UNE 2, UM-Farmington 0: Kyle McGlone and Tyler Garnick both scored as the Nor’Easters beat the Beavers in a non-conference game in Farmington.
McGlone scored in the 32nd minute with an assist from Winslow graduate Finn Ducker. Garnick doubled the lead in the 63rd minute.
UMF goalie Derek Reilly and UNE goalie Aidan McParland each had one save.
Southern Maine 3, UM-Farmington 2 (OT): Senior Natalie Harkins scored the game-winning goal in the fourth minute of overtime to lead the Huskies at Hannaford Field in Gorham.
Junior forward Peyton Dostie assisted on the game-winner for USM (3-2-0). Jessica Boghosian also scored for USM.
Sophomore forward Meghan Hughes and Kaitlyn Bullen scored for the Beavers. Kashley Weymouth had an assist.
Also Wednesday: Lawrence graduate Jess Poulin made six saves in the Husson women’s soccer team’s 1-0 loss to the University of New England in Bangor. ... Liz Noddin of Skowhegan scored the game-winning goal as Husson beat Bates in overtime in a field hockey game in Bangor. Nokomis graduate Sabrina Vaillancourt also scored for Husson.