JAY — The Lisbon High School boys soccer team won head coach Shawn Rhoda’s coaching debut with the Greyhounds, downing Spruce Mountain, 3-2, in Mountain Valley Conference action on Friday. 

Elijah Fullerton tallied three straight goals for Lisbon (1-0). 

Hunter Brissette assisted on the opening goal near the midway point of the opening half. Fullerton made it 2-0 at the half on an unassisted goal and gave the Greyhounds a 3-0 edge less than five minutes into the second half on a 30-yard blast. 

Spruce Mountain (0-1) gained some momentum off a Lisbon own goal, and the Phoenix cut the lead to 3-2 with 5:05 remaining on a Cameron Cain tally. 

Lisbon, which hosts Mt. Abram on Wednesday at 4 p.m., outshot Spruce Mountain, 16-5. 

“It’s nice to get that first win under our belts. Our goal as a program is to improve more and more every time we step on the field and start to create a culture of competitive soccer,” said Rhoda. 

Richmond 3, Rangeley 2

Cole Alexander scored a pair of second-half goals to lift the host Bobcats to an East-West Conference win over Rangeley on Saturday. 

Dakotah Gilpatric also had a goal, while Ben Gardner dished out two assists. 

Matt Strout had both goals for the Lakers (0-1), while Greg Burgess turned away seven shots. 

Richmond (1-0) visits Temple on Tuesday at 6 p.m. 

Brunswick 4,
Oxford Hills 1

Senior captain Lane Foushee tallied a pair of goals and the Dragons pulled away in the second half for a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Oxford Hills on Thursday.

Foushee opened the scoring 13 minutes into the contest off an assist from Coenradt Taylor. Moments later, Foushee was taken down in the box and was awarded a penalty kick, where he converted for the second goal.

Jack McDiarmid made six saves in net for Brunswick (1-0), which visits Mt. Ararat at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, while Sam Morton turned away 14 shots for the Vikings (0-1).

Girls soccer

WINSLOW — Winslow scored the final three goals en route to a 3-1 KVAC win over Morse on Friday. 

Emily Martin scored the opening goal for the Shipbuilders (0-1) seven minutes in off an assist from Dory Kulis. 

Abby Sreden turned away seven shots in the Morse net, while Mary Larochelle and Kali Pierce were standouts. 

The Shipbuilders host Lincoln Academy on Wednesday at 5 p.m. 

Field hockey

WINTHROP — Hannah Duley scored with 8:22 remaining in regulation to lift Winthrop to a 1-0 MVC win over Lisbon on Friday. 

Becky Budesheim had eight saves for the Greyhounds, who are 0-1 and host Dirigo today at 4 p.m. 

Freeport 4, Poland 0

Ally Randall scored 46 seconds into the game as the host Falcons rolled to a Western Maine Conference win over the Knights on Saturday. 

Freeport, 2-0 and slated to visit Fryeburg Academy today at 4 p.m., took complete control in the second half, as Aynslie Decker and Kyla Harvey scored 39 seconds apart. 

The Falcons held Poland (1-1) without a shot while forcing Knights goaltender Ashton Sturtevant to make 12 saves.

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