In overtime, Bangor tallied the game-winner at 1:33 off an Abby Fleming goal to down Brunswick, 6-5, in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference action.

Brunswick scored right out of the gate when Grace Casey tallied her first varsity goal at 29:04.

Following a Bangor goal, Brunswick answered back at 8:08 with a score from Shea Sullivan from a Maddie Wayne helper.

Kelsey Sullivan scored on an inserted pass from Wayne on a penalty corner for Brunswick to give the Dragons a 4-2 lead at the half.

Twenty-three minutes into the second half, Wayne scored on a pass from Sullivan. After another Bangor goal, Sullivan scored on a pass from Kelsey Sullivan to make it 5-3.

Bangor rallied back, getting a goal from Gabrielle Gonzales (6:52) and Madison Arno (2:20) to tie the game.

Liberty Krauss made 16 saves in net for Brunswick (2-5).

On Friday, Brunswick fell to Mt. Blue, 4-2.

Lauren Jacobs and Sara Scrapchansky each registered a goal for the Dragons. Ainsley Harrower made nine first-half saves, while Krauss turned away six in the second.

Mt. Blue outshot Brunswick, 21-11.

Leavitt 2, Morse 0

The visiting Leavitt Hornets scored two first-half goals as they downed Morse in KVAC play at McMann Field.

Ginny Twitchell and Ava Gagnon scored the two goals for the Hornets (4-2).

Morse fell to 4-2 and travels to Belfast on Thursday for a 4 p.m. game.

Winthrop 4, Lisbon 0

Maddie Perkins scored three goals to power the visiting Ramblers to a Mountain Valley Conference win at Lisbon.

Gia Franus, off an assist from Maria Hajduk, also scored for Winthrop, while netminder Aiva Agri made five saves.

Greyhound keeper Rebecca Budesheim made nine stops.

Lisbon is 3-4 heading into Wednesday’s road game at Spruce Mountain (4 p.m.).

Girls soccer

WINTHROP — Jillian Schmelzer and Aaliyah Wilson-Falcone scored three goals apiece as Winthrop (5-2) took a 7-0 MVC win against Wiscasset.

Hanna Eason added a goal, while Brooke Burnham made six saves.

Elizabeth Souza made 10 saves for the Wolverines (0-7), who return to action on Wednesday at home against Boothbay (7 p.m.).

 

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