YORK  — The Freeport High School girls soccer team improved to 5-0 with a 2-0 victory over Western Maine Conference rival York on Friday.  

The Falcons visit Cape Elizabeth on Tuesday at 5 p.m.  

After a scoreless first half that saw Freeport outshoot the Wildcats, 9-3, the Falcons broke through. Carly Intraversato scored unassisted 7:15 into the second half for a 1-0 lead.  

Catriona Gould doubled the lead off a feed from Tia Peterson with 10:15 remaining.  

Freeport finished with a 17-7 edge in shots, with goaltender Leah Rusiecki turning away five shots in the win.  

Richmond 13, Vinalhaven 0 

The host Bobcats rolled behind for four goals from Laura Brown in East-West Conference action on Saturday.  

Lindsie Irish, Abby Johnson and Lorelei Zoulamis had two goals each as Richmond improved to 4-1 and visits Hebron Academy on Wednesday at 4 p.m. Brey Shea picked up a goal and four assists, Abby Harrington had a goal and two helpers, while Paige Lebel had a goal and Rylie Irish two assists.  

Vinalhaven goaltender Jasmin Robishaw had 15 saves.  

Brunswick 3, Lewiston 0 

The Dragons bounced back from a mid-week setback for a KVAC win over the Blue Devils on Saturday.  

Isabella Banks had a pair of goals, while Molly Taub added one. Emma Banks earned two assists, with Layne Brewer chipping in a helper.  

Aisley Snell turned away 13 shots in the Brunswick net, with backup Ophelia Ladner making three stops.  

Boys soccer 

TOPSHAM — Elias Theberge and Jonah Zell scored a goal each to power Mt. Ararat to a 2-0 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Morse on Saturday.  

Therberge tallied his goal 2:28 into the game.  

Zell picked up an insurance goal off an assist from Mason Brigham. 

Mt. Ararat keeper James Singleton had one save, while Morse goaltender Brenton Cahill turned away 14 shots.  

The Eagles host Skowhegan on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m., while the Shipbuilders host Gardiner today at 5 p.m.  

Lisbon 7, Mountain Valley 0 

The Greyhounds ran their winning streak to four games with a dominating Mountain Valley Conference win at Rumford on Saturday.  

Seven players scored one goal each for Lisbon (5-1), which carried a 4-0 lead into the half. Hunter Brissette, Jack Tibbetts, Danny Levesque and DJ Douglass had a goal each.  

In the second half, Jacob George, Levi Tibbetts and Aiden Parker each scored.  

Brissette, Justin Violette and Jack Tibbetts each had two helpers. Goaltender Sean Moore turned away seven shots.  

The Greyhounds head to Winthrop on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.  

Richmond 6, Vinalhaven 1 

At Richmond on Saturday, Andrew Vachon scored two goals and added an assist as the Bobcats captured an E-WC win over the Vikings.  

Justin Vachon, Dakotah Gilpatric, Cole Alexander and Derek Barrett also scored for Richmond, which improved to 4-0 and visits Valley on Saturday at 10 a.m. Ben Gardner chipped in an assist.  


RUMFORD — Daytona McIver scored the winning touchdown with five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter to lift Lisbon/St. Dom’s to a 12-6 Class D South win over Mountain Valley on Friday.  

Seth Leeman gave the Greyhounds (2-1) a 6-0 lead on Lisbon’s opening drive of the game, but Lisbon struggled to score from there as the Falcons (0-3) tied the game by halftime.  

Daniel Bolton and Colin Houle led the Lisbon/St. Dom’s defense. 

Leeman led Lisbon with 105 yards on eight carries, including a 54-yard run. McIver added 11 rushes for 62 yards as the Greyhounds gained 200 yards on the ground.  

The Greyhounds host rival Winthrop/Monmouth (2-1) on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.  

Mt. Ararat 62, Ellsworth 22 

At the Topsham Fairgrounds on Saturday, the Eagles tallied 48 points combined in the second and third quarters to improve to 2-1.  

Cam Wallace threw two touchdown passes to Cody Holman, who also gained 92 yards on 10 carries and scored a rushing touchdown. Riley Morin was the workhorse, rushing for 146 yards on 20 carries and two scores.  

Defensively, Kyle Graffam returned a fumble to the end zone and had six tackles, with Morin adding five tackles and a forced fumble.  

Mt. Ararat visits Yarmouth on Friday at 7 p.m.  

Wells 38, Morse 0 

Payton MacKay scored on a pair of long touchdowns as the host Warriors (3-0) rolled to a Friday win over the Shipbuilders, who host Medomak Valley this upcoming Friday at 7 p.m. 

MacKay also returned an interception for a touchdown as Wells won its 31st consecutive game.  

Field hockey 

BRUNSWICK — Lauren Jacobs scored with 3:18 remaining to lift Brunswick (2-4) to a 4-3 KVAC upset win over Messalonskee on Saturday. 

The win over the Eagles is the first for the Dragons since Sept. 26, 2002, a string of 15 straight victories for Messalonksee being snapped.  

Sara Scranchansky gave Brunswick a 1-0 lead early. Messalonskee tied it on a Rylee Poulin goal, but Scrapchansky scored again just before halftime for a 2-1 Dragon lead.  

The Eagles gained a 3-2 lead as Olivia Saucier and Isabel Kramer scored. 

With 7:35 remaining, Kelsey Sullivan tied the game for the hosts, setting up the Jacobs’ winning goal.  

Messalonskee is a top-tier team we respect, so I’m beyond thrilled for our team,” said Brunswick first-year coach Carrie Sullivan.  

Sullivan picked up an assist in the win, while Brunswick goaltender Liberty Krauss made 13 saves. Messalonskee netminder Nealy Dillon turned away 18 shots.  

Brunswick hosts Lewiston today at 4 p.m.  

Boothbay 4, Lisbon 0 

The visiting Seahawks received a hat trick from Chloe Arsenault en route to an MVC win over the Greyhounds on Friday.  

Lisbon is 1-5 and visits Mountain Valley today at 3:30 p.m.  

Kathryn Hibbard chipped in a goal for Boothbay (3-3), while netminder Jaelyn Crocker turned away four shots.  

Lisbon goaltender Becky Budesheim made six saves.  

Freeport 4, Yarmouth 0 

Aynslie Decker scored three minutes into the match, and Ally Randall put in a rebound goal in the sixth minute as the Falcons (4-2-1) quickly took control in a WMC win over the Clippers (3-3) in Yarmouth on Saturday. 

Autumn Golding and Sydney Silva scored late in the second half, and Rachel Harmon made a defensive save to help secure the shutout. 

Freeport hosts Wells tonight at 6 p.m.  

Skowhegan 7, Mt. Ararat 0 

Alexis Michonski knocked in three goals for Skowhegan (6-0) in a KVAC win over the visiting Eagles (5-2). 

Emily Reichenbach added two goals, and Hannah McKenney had a goal and two assists. Logan Wing was the other goal scorer. 

The Eagles will look to bounce back on Thursday at home against Camden Hills at 4 p.m.  

Morse 2, Lincoln 1 

The visiting Shipbuilders ended a two-game slide in KVAC action at Newcastle on Saturday.  

Morse, 3-2 and slated to host Mount View on Tuesday at 4 p.m., received a first-half goal from Macey Coffin.  

Lily Clifford made it a 2-0 contest before Lincoln Academy answered on a Maddy Oliver breakaway goal.  

Morse held a 10-0 penalty corner lead.  

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