NEWCASTLE

The Brunswick High School girls soccer team exploded offensively on Wednesday, rolling to a 9-3 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory over Lincoln Academy.

Marley Groat, Maeve Arthur, Lea Scrapchansky and Anna Kousky each scored two goals for the Dragons, who improved to 10-0 and visit Edward Little on Thursday at 3: 30 p.m. Bailey Hartill chipped in a goal. Emily Larochelle and Sara Scrapchansky dished two helpers each, with one assist going to Kousky. ;

Tatum Hancock, Alison York and Emily Harris had a goal apiece for the Eagles.

“A really strange game with goals flying in from everywhere tonight and great entertainment for the crowd but possibly not for the coaches,” said Brunswick coach Martyn Davison. “We played great at times and I was pleased with the number of chances we created. I thought Marley Groat, Emma Banks and Sara Scrapchansky were outstanding tonight.”

Beth Labbe had six saves in the Brunswick cage, while Lincoln netminder Kourtney McKenna turned away nine shots.

LISBON 6
MTN. VALLEY 1

The Greyhounds rode

four goals from Kiley Merritt to a Mountain Valley Conference win over Mountain Valley at Rumford.

Lisbon is 6-4-1 and hosts Boothbay on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

Merritt tallied the first two goals of the game, with an assist each going to Emma Houle and Destiney Deschanies. Giana Russo also scored off a setup from Emma DiGregorio, answering a Falcons goal by Saydie Garbarini.

In the second half, Merritt picked up her final scores, both assisted by Russo, and Russo finished the scoring as Deschanies earned her second helper.

Savannah Fisher turned away six shots in the Lisbon cage.

Girls volleyball

WELLS — Brunswick rebounded from a tough second set for a 3-1 victory over Wells.

The 6- 5 Dragons, who host Gardiner next Tuesday at 6 p.m., captured the match with set scores of 25-17, 12-25, 25-20, 25-21.

Brunswick was led by Trinity Turcotte ( three kills), Tahlya Edgerton (three kills, four assists), Mackenzie Burrows (five kills, two aces, nine digs), Kathleen Trapp ( three aces, two kills, two assists, eight digs) and Sophie Katz (five aces, three kills, two digs).

Boys soccer

BRUNSWICK — Brunswick earned its fifth straight KVAC win, rolling to a 3-1 win over Lincoln Academy.

The Dragons ( 5- 5) controlled play early but were unable to score. However, Mats Rasch finally got the Dragons on the board at the 26-minute mark with a tidy finish, assisted by Sugar Dahal.

Brunswick continued to pressure in the second half. Both teams had unsuccessful chances midway through the half until Lee Taylor converted a rebound off of the visiting netminder to double the lead at the 18-minute mark.

Just four minutes later, Everett Horch hooked up with a give and go with senior captain Henry Doherty to push the lead to three.

Lincoln battled back and found the back of the net with two minutes left in the game.

Eagles keeper Sam Laemmle finished with seven saves, while Jared Hummer had eight stops for the win.

Brunswick hosts Edward Little on Friday at 6 p.m.

Field hockey

TOPSHAM — Mt. Ararat had its four-game KVAC winning streak snapped, falling to Edward Little in Topsham, 3-1.

Liz Bellman had two goals in the EL win, while Jordan Cummings picked up a goal. Cummings and Grace McBride each had an assist.

Wyley Fitzpatrick scored for Mt. Ararat, which fell to 7-4 and host Morse on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. Hannah Huston and Holly Temple were credited with an assist each.

Lila Schenk and Emma Lapreziosa combined on two saves for Mt. Ararat, while EL goaltender Elise Syphers had 10 saves.

Mt. Ararat held a 13-3 edge in corners and a 14-5 advantage in shots.

Golf

ROCKLAND — The Mt. Ararat golf team finished third in the KVAC Shootout at Rockland Golf Club.

Camden Hills captured the title with a team score of 170, edging Messalonskee by one stroke.

Mt. Ararat shot 177, with Lewiston (185) and Edward Little (186) rounding out the field.

Caleb Manuel paced the Eagles with a 41, followed by Cade Charron and Will Kavanaugh with a 44 each. Ben Hickson shot 48, while teammate Blair Kopp stood at 49.

Mt. Ararat heads to Natanis Golf Club in Vassalboro for Saturday’s State Class A team championship, with tee times scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.


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