BREWER — Konnor Scarponi scored three goals and dished out an assist as the Brunswick High School boys soccer team ran past Brewer, 6-0 in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference play Tuesday.

Ryan Black chipped in two goals for the 4-2-1 Dragons, who have won two straight and entertain Bangor on Friday at 6 p.m. Cameron Glover dished out three assists, and Adam Finick finished the scoring with a late goal.

Brunswick netminder Greg Walton turned aside three shots, while Brewer’s (0-7) Ian Burgess had 10 stops.

VINALHAVEN 0
RICHMOND 3

Eddie Stewart and Randy Moody combined on all of Richmond’s scoring as the Bobcats improved to 5-1.

Moody opened the scoring, with Stewart picking up an assist to give Richmond a 1-0 halftime lead.

Stewart doubled the lead early in the second half and completed the scoring with 23 minutes remaining. Moody assisted on both second-half goals for the Bobcats, who visit Buckfield on Thursday.

Dustin Sullivan had seven stops for the shutout, while Scott James had 14 stops for 2-3 Vinalhaven. Playing well for Richmond were defensemen Marcus Blake and Xavier Trask, along with midfielders Brett Stillwell and Cameron Emmons.

ST. DOM’S 7
WISCASSET 0

At rainy Wiscasset, the unbeaten Saints (7-0) received four first-half goals from Tyler Furtado en route to a Mountain Valley Conference win over the 3-3-1 Wolverines, who visit Winthrop on Thursday at 4 p.m.

Rob Pallozzi had two goals and JT Rotolico added a goal for St. Dom’s.

In goal, Wiscasset’s Nate Mills had 12 stops, while Ben Sawyer had three saves for the Saints.

MT. ARARAT 6
LAWRENCE 1

In KVAC action in Fairfield on Tuesday, Jason Tome scored two goals to lift the Eagles, who improved to 4-0-1 and are scheduled to visit Skowhegan on Saturday.

Mt. Ararat led 2-0 at the half as Tome converted a Nate Santeramo feed with 13:46 left, and Griffin Stockford scored unassisted with 7:34 remaining.

Chris Pepin scored at 9:47 of the second half and Stockford made it 4-0 just 13 seconds later.

Drew Boyce (assisted by Matt Saunders) scored for Lawrence (2-3-2) with 19:18 left, but Tom added his second goal six minutes later and Robbie Small chalked up the final goal with eight minutes left.

Mt. Ararat outshot the Bulldogs 23-7 and led in corner kicks 10-1, with goaltenders Gabe Pelletier and Jon Roux combining on four saves.

Brad King had 12 saves in the loss.

LINC. ACAD. 3
MORSE 1

Grady Madden scored a goal for the Shipbuilders, but Morse remained winless (0-6) in KVAC Class B play at Bath.

Lincoln Academy improved to 4-2-1, while Morse is scheduled to visit Mt. View on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.