Meranda Martin broke the ice with a first-half goal, and three Richmond tallies seven minutes apart in the second half propelled the Bobcats to a 4-0 East-West Conference victory over rival Buckfield on Tuesday.

Goals by Caitlin Kendrick, who assisted on Martin’s first goal, an unassisted marker from Martin and a Bryanne Lancaster tally gave Richmond (6-0) a four-goal lead with 13:03 remaining. Abby Johnson had two second-half assists, and goaltender Sydney Tilton had two saves for the shutout.

“I thought we played really well, good possession, and created good scoring opportunities,” said Richmond coach Troy Kendrick, whose Bobcats visit Pine Tree Academy in Freeport on Friday at 1:30 p.m.

Rachel Warren turned aside 20 shots for Buckfield (3-2-1).


Hannah Chaput scored off an assist from Christine Chase to lift the visiting Blue Devils to a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Brunswick.

The Dragons, who fell to 4- 2 and visits Hampden Academy on Friday at 6 p.m., outshot Lewiston 29-9. But Blue Devils goaltender Kallie Play had 18 saves.

“An exciting game and one we are very disappointed not to win,” said Brunswick coach Martyn Davison. “We dominated play, but our luck was out in front of goal. Just seemed to be one of those days where nothing would go our way.”

Beth Labbe had eight saves for Brunswick.


Mt. Ararat exploded for five goals en route to a KVAC win over Oxford Hills.

The Eagles, 4-2 and slated to visit Lewiston on Friday at 6 p.m., received two goals from Isabel Burch. Anna Manuel, Brennan Thiboutot and Ryley Leech chipped in one goal each.

Kate Guerin and Abby Sirois shared the goaltending duties for Mt. Ararat, which has won two straight.


The Shipbuilders broke through for three second-half goals for a KVAC Class B win over Leavitt at Turner.

Morse improved to 5-1 and hosts Mt. View on Friday at 6 p.m.

The visitors controlled the first half, but finished scoreless. Morse’s best chance came when Amanda Gagne’s shot rang off the crossbar with 10 minutes left until halftime.

The Shipbuilders continued to press in the second half. At the 33-minute mark, Gagne found a cutting Emily Martin, who took the ball in stride and beat the Leavitt keeper for a 1-0 lead.

Gagne made it 2-0 with 12 minutes remaining off a Micailah Albertson pass, and Noa Sreden found Gagne for an insurance goal from long range.

The Shipbuilder defense of Sierra Wallace, Kali Pierce, Mae Winglass, Emma Gould and Hope Faulkingham again were a wall in front of Marissa Parks, forcing her to make only four saves for her third straight shutout.


Emma Woods found the net in the first half Tuesday to give Gray-New Gloucester a Western Maine Conference soccer victory over Freeport.

Chelsea Davis needed three saves for the Patriots (4-2) to preserve the shutout, while Jordan Randall deflected seven shots for the Falcons, 3-2 and slated to visit St. Dom’s on Saturday at 11 a.m.

Boys soccer

SOUTH PARIS — Travis Nadeau and Jimmy Pelletier led Mt. Ararat to a 7-0 KVAC win over Oxford Hills.

Nadeau scored three goals, while Pelletier dished out three assists and added a goal for a four-point game.

James Hutchinson chipped in a goal and an assist, with Cole Kelly and Nick Merrill each scoring a goal. Max Spelke picked up an assist.

In goal, Gavin Patterson wasn’t tested, while Jacob Laurence had one save for the 5-1 Eagles, who have won five straight and face a stern test on Friday at home against defending State Class A champ Lewiston at 7 p.m.

Wyatt Rider had 10 saves for the Vikings (1-5).


Ben Musese, Bilal Hersi and Maulid Abdow each scored a goal and had an assist as Lewiston downed the Dragons in KVAC action.

The Blue Devils (6-0) controlled the ball and held Brunswick (1-3-2) to few quality chances.

Brunswick keepers Carlyle Boyle and Max Gramins combined for 15 saves, while goalie Dalton Wing stopped two shots to earn the win in net for Lewiston.

The Dragons host Hampden Academy on Friday at 6 p.m.


Jake Kackmeister scored midway through the opening half as the visiting Patriots (5-0-1) held off the Falcons (3-2) in WMC action.

John Villanueva had three saves in the win, while Freeport goaltender Joey Burke recorded five stops.

Freeport visits Fryeburg Academy on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.


Tucker Banger scored late in the first half to lift the Shipbuilders to a KVAC Class B win over the Hornets on McMann Field.

With its third straight win, Morse improved to 4-2 and visits Mt. View on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

Sheamus Mann assisted on Banger’s goal, whose shot deflected off a Leavitt defender and past goaltender Lucas Perry (nine saves).

Morse goaltender Alex Fernald, who had eight saves, stopped Noah Lind on a breakaway to preserve the lead.

Declan Hall assisted on a second goal from Banger with 18:27 remaining.

Mann, Dakota Freeman and Jacob Brochu were solid up front for Morse, while defensive standouts for the Shipbuilders were Hall, Collin McCarthy and Lucas Brown.

Field hockey

AUBURN — Oceanna Chamberlain and Liz Bellman each scored unassisted as Edward Little raced to a 2- 1 KVAC win over Mt. Ararat.

Magan Thomas-Copland scored on a fast break off a feed from Fiona Hoang for the Eagles goal.

Mt. Ararat (2-6) goaltender Haley Frizzle had 12 saves, while Red Eddies netminders Delaney Morneau and Emmy Lashua combined on seven stops.

The Eagles led in penalty corners, 12-8, and visit Brewer on Saturday at noon.


Kerry Lefebvre scored the lone goal as the Falcons bounced back from a tough loss to Poland for a WMC victory at Gray.

Megan Seymour had two saves for the shutout.

Alicia Credit stopped 12 Freeport (4-2-1) shots.

The Falcons host Yarmouth on Thursday at 4 p.m.

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