TOPSHAM — Eva Jerome scored an unassisted goal in double overtime as the Mt. Ararat High School field hockey team downed Hampden Academy, 4- 3, in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference game.

The Eagles improved to 2-3-1 and visit Bangor on Thursday at 4 p.m., while the Broncos fell to 2-3.

Madison Alexander opened the scoring for the Eagles off an assist from Jerome.

Porter Galvin scored the next two Mt. Ararat goals, with an assist each going to Alexander, Meagan Caouette and Savannah Perry.

In goal, Haley Frizzle had 17 saves, including a game- saving stop when she stopped a shot with the tip of her stick while on the ground.

Ruby Ramsay had 11 saves for Hampden Academy, with Danielle Sanders scoring two goals and Grace Bennet one.


Visiting Erskine Academy claimed a hardfought KVAC Class B win at Bath.

The Eagles picked up their first victory ( 1- 4), while the Shipbuilders fell to 1-4 and visit Camden

Hills on Thursday at 4 p.m.

Kaitlyn Hustus and Olivia Kenish scored a goal each for Erskine Academy.

Morse goaltender Madeline Baker had 12 saves, while defenseman KK Fifield had a solid defensive game.


Lydia Dexter and Ally Corbet each scored two goals as the Eagles downed the Dragons in a KVAC game at Thomas College in Waterville.

Messalonskee (6-0) led 5-0 at the half. Haley Lowell, Emily Hogan and Haley Dexter added a goal each for the hosts.

Brunswick, 1-4-1 and slated to host Skowhegan on Thursday at 4 p.m., received 33 saves from netminder Anna Webster. The Dragons finished with two shots on goal.