Brunswick/Mt. Ararat volleyball players Naomi Martin (3) and Calla Hladky look to make a pass during Tuesday’s home match with Lake Region. The Dragons rolled to a 3-0 victory. (Bob Conn / The Times Record)

BATH — The Morse High School boys soccer team dominated the first half in the rain en route to a 3-1 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory over Lincoln Academy on Tuesday at McMann Field.

The Shipbuilders (3-4-2) possessed the ball in the first half, leading to a 3-0 halftime lead. Lucas Ouimette finished off a cross from Sheamus Mann 3:10 into the game, and five minutes later Jack Komilov gained control of free kick from Alden Harkins to double the advantage.

Morse’s midfield, led by Christian Keenan and Mann, were the pace setters for the offensive engine. The wing play for Morse came from Gavin Hanna, Ouimette and Isaak Flaming.

“The tempo we played tonight was what I have envisioned for this team since these seniors were freshmen,” said Morse coach Chuck Reece. “We lost to LA in the first game (5-0) and I couldn’t be there. When I asked them what happened they all said it came down to effort. We also were missing some key players that game.”

Jacob Brochu, off a pass from Ouimette, gave Morse a three-goal lead at the break.

Lincoln Academy made it a two-goal game when Jorge Pulido-Fernandez scored off a pass from Nolan Michael with 12:30 remaining.

The Shipbuilder defense, led by senior captain Ethan Pascuzzo, was not giving up many easy looks. With junior captain Asa Hodgdon constantly balancing the pressure from Mann and Keenan, the Shipbuilders were pushing everything outside and frustrating normally dangerous Eagle Will Shaffer.

Morse goaltender Miles Bobbe made a solid stop on a breakaway by Shaffer, finishing with 10 saves.

Tiger Cummings turned away 14 shots for Lincoln Academy.

Morse hosts Leavitt on Friday at 3:30 p.m.

Poland 0
Freeport 6

The host Falcons rolled to a Western Maine Conference win over the Knights.

Jesse Bennell scored two goals and had two assists as Freeport (6-1-2).

Freeport led 2-0 at halftime. Owen Howarth, Eriksen Shea, Shea Wagner and Bill Antoine also scored for the Falcons.

Davin Cloutier finished with 12 saves for Poland (1-6).

The Falcons visit Greely on Friday at 6 p.m.

Mt. Abram 8
Wisc/BB 0

Tyson Hill and Nick Luce scored a pair of goals each as the visiting Roadrunners rolled to a Mountain Valley Conference win over Wiscasset/Boothbay.

The Wolverines fell to 3-6 and hosts Winthrop on Thursday at 6 p.m.

Hill opened the scoring 11:30 into the game. An own goal doubled the lead, and Luce finished off a Hill pass for a 3-0 lead. Evan Allen and Hill finished off the scoring in the first half.

Oskar Martinez, Jackson Masterman and Luce added a goal each in the second frame.

Caleb Gabriele had 12 saves in the Wiscasset/Boothbay cage.

Richmond 1
NYA 6

Chas Rhode set up all three of Ryan Baker’s first-half goals as North Yarmouth Academy (8-0) opened a 3-1 lead at intermission and rolled past the Bobcats (5-2-1) at Yarmouth.

Baker added a fourth goal in the second half for the Panthers, and Cam Goodrich and Alasdair Swett also scored.

Dakotah Gilpatric had a first-half goal for Richmond, which fell to 5-2-1 and hosts St. Dom’s on Thursday at 4 p.m.

Kyle Tilton turned aside 15 shots for the Bobcats, and Julian Etauri made one save for the Panthers.

Girls soccer

POLAND — Rachel Wall and Cat Gould each had a hat trick as Freeport rolled to a 7-0 WMC win over Poland.

The Falcons (5-2-2) have won three straight and host Greely on Thursday at 6 p.m.

Wall tallied the first two goals two minutes apart in the first half, with Carly Intraversato making it a 3-0 halftime lead.

Gould scored the first three goals of the second half, with Wall completing her hat trick with 24:48 remaining.

Leah Rusiecki had three saves in the win, with Poland’s Sophie Vallee turning away six shots.

Linc. Academy 1
Morse 2

An Emily Martin goal in the second half lifted the host Shipbuilders to a KVAC win over the Eagles.

Morse (3-4-2) led 1-0 at the half as Macie Gagne headed in a pass from Martin with at the 21:24 mark.

Grace Houghton tied the game for Lincoln Academy just 49 seconds in the second half, with Ellie Matthews earning an assist.

With 19 minutes left, Gagne found Martin.

Abby Sreden had two saves in the Morse net, while Sandra Thelander turned away two shots for the Eagles.

Morse heads to Leavitt on Friday at 3:30 p.m.

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