September 8, 2010

Stinchfield leads Mt. Blue to victory

Morning Sentinel Staff

FARMINGTON -- Dylan Stinchfield scored three goals and Colton Hall added a pair of assists to lead the Mt. Blue High School boys soccer team past Skowhegan 3-1 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Tuesday.

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MIDDLE GROUND: Waterville Senior High School’s Wilson Guthro, left, and Hampden Academy’s Cameron Libbey chase the ball during their Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Tuesday in Waterville. Guthro scored one goal as Waterville rallied from a three-goal deficit to tie 3-3.

Staff photo by David Leaming

Zach Cowley made just two saves for Mt. Blue (1-1-0).

Trevor Hisler scored an unassisted goal to lead the Indians (0-2-0).

Waterville 3, Hampden 3: The Purple Ranthers rallied from a 3-0 halftime deficit to pull out a tie against the Broncos (1-0-1). Graham Stafford scored all three goals for Hampden in an eight-minute stretch of the first half.

However, Eric Sampson, Wilson Guthro and Tommy Sampson scored to pull Waterville (1-0-1) even.

Rangeley 4, Valley 2: Randy Thompson scored a goal and an assist to lead the Lakers (1-1-0). George Seaman and Austin Figoli also scored for Rangeley.

Carrington Miller scored for Valley (0-1-0).

Mount View 3, MCI 0: Aaron Elkins scored all three goals to lead the Mustangs in a KVAC B game in Thorndike.

Tim Bennett and Zach Mehuren added assists while Chris Montimony had eight saves for Mt. View. Matthew Lessard had 11 saves for MCI.

Bangor 2, Messalonskee 1: Phil Frost and Luke Hetterman each scored as the Rams took a 2-0 lead and held on for the KVAC A win in Oakland.

Jesse Perkins made six saves for Bangor (2-0).

Chris Hall scored off a penalty kick for Messalonskee (1-1). Andrew Wilson made 11 saves.

Brewer 2, Lawrence 1: Ryan Adams and Nick Ramsey scored second-half goals to help Brewer (1-1-0) erase a 1-0 deficit and pull out a KVAC A victory in Fairfield.

Tim Dudley scored the lone goal for Lawrence, which came late in the first half. Cody Fabian had four saves for the Bulldogs (0-2-0).

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