TURNER  — Gavin Hanna scored off an Isaak Flaming pass with 9:35 remaining in the first half to lift the Morse High School boys soccer team to a 1-0 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Leavitt on Friday.  

The Shipbuilders earned their first win (1-7) and visit Erskine Academy on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.  

The possession favored Morse in the first half, but the Shipbuilders were unable to extend their lead.  

Leavitt outshot Morse, 14-8, overall, but goaltender Brenton Cahill made 14 saves for the shutout.  

Asa Hodgdon, Hanna and Flaming led Morse.  

Lewiston 4, Brunswick 2 

In a battle of KVAC unbeatens on Friday at Lewiston, Bilal Hersi posted a hat trick to lift the Blue Devils past the Dragons.  

Lewiston is 7-0, while Brunswick dropped to 6-1 and hosts Messalonskee on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.  

Suab Nur added a goal and two assists in the win.  

David Nzuzi and Lane Foushee picked up a goal each for Brunswick.  

In net, Dragon netminder Jack McDiarmid had four saves, while Lewiston’s Michael Belleau turned away eight shots.  

Freeport 2, Traip 0 

At Kittery on Saturday, Damon Butler scored off a rebound with 10 minutes remaining, and Sam Tourigny doubled the lead seven minutes later to lift the Falcons to a WMC win over Traip Academy (4-3-1). 

Freeport won its third straight game and visits Poland on Tuesday at 6 p.m. 

Finn Sheehan assisted on Tourigny’s goal.  

Richmond 15, Valley 1 

Dakotah Gilpatric, Andrew Vachon and Cole Alexander combined for 10 goals and eight assists as the Bobcats (5-0) rolled to an East-West Conference win on Saturday. 

Gilpatric tallied four goals, with Vachon and Alexander finishing with a hat trick each. Vachon also dished out five assists.  

Justin Vachon had a pair of goals, and Connor Vachon, Ben Gardner and Max Viselli picked up one goal each.  

Nikalis Sharder scored Valley’s (1-5) lone goal. 

In goal, Kyle Tilton and Connor Vachon had one save each for Richmond, which hosts North Yarmouth Academy on Tuesday at 4 p.m.  

Field hockey 

SOUTH CHINA — Paige Willis’ goal with 20:18 left in regulation paced Morse to a 2-1 KVAC over Erskine Academy on Saturday.  

Trailing 1-0, Addy Jung tied the game for the Shipbuilders (5-3), with Lily Clifford earning the assist.  

Clifford also assisted the winning tally.  

Bella Derose scored the lone goal for Erskine.  

Morse hosts Winslow today at 4 p.m.  

Winthrop 5, Lisbon 0 

At Lisbon on Friday, Maddie Perkins and Kerrigan Anuszewski had two goals each as the visiting Ramblers (10-0) rolled in Mountain Valley Conference action.  

Dana Lesko chipped in a goal.  

Rebecca Budesheim had 11 saves for Lisbon, which fell to 1-8 and visits Dirigo today at 3:30 p.m.  

Brunswick 2, Camden Hills 1 

The Dragons continued their winning ways with a 2-1 KVAC victory on Saturday. 

Camden Hills got on the board first with a Claudine Webber score just three minutes into the contest. Sara Scrapchansky put the Dragons (5-4) on the board with a goal off a Kelsey Sullivan helper.  

Lauren Jacobs scored the go-ahead and eventual game-winner later in the half. Scrapchansky had the assist. 

Neither team scored in the second half as Brunswick keeper Liberty Krauss finished with three saves, while Camden Hills keeper Vicki Bella made 10 saves. Brunswick outshot the Windjammers, 16-7. 

Brunswick hosts Oxford Hills on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.  

Girls soccer 

LISBON — The Greyhounds opened their weekend with a 2-1 MVC win over Winthrop.  

Lisbon tied the game 6:55 into the second half when Kiley Merritt scored on a breakaway.  

Later in the half, Giana Russo nailed the game-winning goal.  

Winthrop’s goal came when Lisbon accidently put the ball into its own cage, the only shot to avoid Greyhound netminder Sarah Haggerty, who had 12 saves. 

Brooke Burnham made 13 stops for Winthrop (5-2-1).  

Hall-Dale 3, Lisbon 1 

Lisbon was right back it on Saturday, falling to Hall-Dale at home in MVC play.  

Iris Ireland and Lily Platt scored second-half goals for the Bulldogs to break a 1-1 tie.  

Ireland’s penalty kick came less than 13 minutes into the frame. Rita Benoit added a goal for Hall-Dale (6-1).  

Kiley Merritt scored the Lisbon (3-4) goal.  

The Greyhounds visit Monmouth today at 3:30 p.m.  

Richmond 8, Valley 0 

On Saturday, the Bobcats improved to 5-1 with an E-WC win over Valley.  

Bry Shea scored three goals in the victory, with Leah Wescott adding two goals and an assist. Abby Johnson, Paige Lebel and Lindsie Irish chipped in a goal each, while Rylie Irish and Abby Harrington each picked up an assist. 

Goaltenders Liz Johnson and Wescott combined on three saves for the shutout, with Jada Ward turning aside 12 shots for Valley. 

Richmond visits North Yarmouth Academy on Tuesday at 3 p.m. 

Freeport 3, St. Dom’s 0 

At Freeport on Saturday, the Falcons jumped out to a 2-0 first-half lead and cruised to the Western Maine Conference win.  

Rachel Wall finished a Hannah Spaulding pass 46 seconds into the game for a 1-0 Falcon lead. Cat Gould followed her first of two tallies 10 minutes later.  

In the second half, Gould finished the scoring.  

Carly Intraversato had two assist, while netminder Leah Rusiecki made four stops.  

Hannah Kenney had 15 saves for the Saints.  

Freeport is 7-1 and hosts Poland on Tuesday at 6 p.m.  

Morse 3, Leavitt 0 

Emily Martin tallied three goals and Kaylee Creamer had one assist for the KVAC win on Saturday. 

Abby Sreden had four saves, while Mary LaRochelle and Meghan Clifford were standouts for the Shipbuilders (3-4-1).  

Morse hosts Erskine Academy on Tuesday at 5 p.m. 

Buckfield 3, Wiscasset 0 

Molly Bourget had two goals to power the visiting Bucks past the Wolverines on Saturday at Wiscasset.  

Bourget’s two goals came in the first half and Katy Henderson tallied a second-half goal.  

Ruby Cyr turned away one shot for the win, while Lily Souza made 10 stops for Wiscasset, which fell to 1-7 and visits Madison on Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.  

Mt. Ararat 2, Mt. Blue 1 — OT 

Ema Hawkes scored two minutes into overtime to lift the host Eagles (4-2) to a KVAC win over the Cougars in Topsham on Saturday. 

Erin Harty scored early in the second half for a 1-0 lead, but Mt. Blue tied the game with 20 minutes remaining.  

Eliza Libby set up Hawkes’ game-winner.  

Elsa Daulerio had eight saves and backup Maddy Kinney two for the Eagles, who visit Lewiston on Tuesday at 7 p.m.  

Football 

YARMOUTH — Riley Morin softened up the defense with power runs and Holden Brannon followed with big plays as Mt. Ararat (3-1) rolled to a 44-7 win over Yarmouth (1-3) on Friday.  

Morin rushed 15 times for 113 yards in the first half to set up Brannon for rushing scores of 9, 8 and 69 yards. Brannon also caught a 42-yard TD pass from Cam Wallace to stake the Eagles to a 28-0 lead. 

Morin, Kyle Graffam, Daniel Jackson and Kaiden Tome led a hard-hitting defense that held Yarmouth to 178 yards. 

Morin finished with 173 yards on 23 carries. Brannon had 119 yards on 11 carries, and two TD catches for a total of 92 yards. Wallace was 3-for-4 in the air for 95 yards.  

On defense, Jackson led with 11 tackles, a fumble recovery and 1.5 sacks. Graffam made 13 stops and forced a fumble.   

The Eagles host Old Orchard Beach this upcoming Saturday at 11 a.m.  

Freeport 14, Fryeburg 7 

The visiting Falcons improved to 3-0 with a Class C South win over the host Raiders on Saturday.  

Anthony Panciocco scored both Freeport touchdowns on the ground and threw for 119 yards, going 5-for-9. Adam Ulrickson carred 18 times for 54 tough yards, with Joe Coleman hauling in four receptions for 118 yards. Gabe Wagner made both of his point-after kicks.  

On defense, the Falcons were paced by nine tackles from Miles Panenka, along with Danny Fox (four tackles, three pass deflections), Ulrickson (five tackles, interception), Treyvon Murhammer (three tackles, sack) and Tre Morris (five tackles). 

Freeport visits Cape Elizabeth on Friday at 7 p.m.  

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