The Brunswick High School girls volleyball team recently opened its season with a pair of close contests.

In the opener last Friday at home, the Dragons dropped a 3-2 five-setter by scores of 24- 26, 25-18, 25-15, 19-25, 15-13 to Gardiner.

In the match, Katherine Kunhardt had seven assists and two aces for Brunswick, with Sophie Katz adding seven service aces, four kills, two digs and one block. Margaret Dickinson picked up three aces, two kills and two digs, while Tahlya Edgerton finished with four aces.

On Tuesday at Wells, the Dragons fell in three sets, 25- 21, 25-21, 25-19.

Katz again had a solid match, with six aces, five kills and four digs. Dickinson picked up five aces and five digs, with Mackenzie Burrows adding five kills, five digs and an ace, and Kunhardt finishing with seven assists and an ace.

“We continue to show vast improvement in our team play and communication,” said Brunswick (0-2) coach Kaili Phillips of her first-year varsity program.

Brunswick returns to action tonight at Portland, with the match slated to begin at 6 p.m.

Field hockey

BOOTHBAY — The Seahawks rallied to slip past Lisbon, 3-2, in Mountain Valley Conference action on Wednesday.

Tied 2-2, Riley Sullivan scored the game-winner.

Chase Collier and Savannah Czechalski scored for the 1-1 Greyhounds, who host Telstar on Friday at 4 p.m.

Kayla Lewis and Sydney Meader also scored for Boothbay (2-0).

Tuesday soccer

The Wiscasset boys and girls soccer teams hosted Carrabec on Tuesday, with the girls coming out on top, 3-2, and the boys falling to the Cobras, 3-0.

In the first game of the home doubleheader, Carrabec led 2-1 at the half.

But, the Wolverines battled back, with Gabby Chapman tying the game and Grace Webber Wiscasset (1-1) ahead off an assist from Brooke Carleton.

In the boys game, the Cobras scored all three of their goals after halftime, handing the Wolverines an opening loss (0- 1).

Both Wiscasset teams are in action today at Dirigo, boys game at 4 p.m. and girls game at 5:30 p.m.

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