NEWCASTLE – Isaak Flaming and Gavin Hanna scored a goal each late in the second half to lift the Morse High School boys soccer team to a 2-1 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Lincoln Academy on Friday. 

The Shipbuilders are 3-8 and head to Mount View on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. 

Scoreless at the half, the host Eagles grabbed a 1-0 lead with a Filip Diakinowicz penalty kick with 25 minutes remaining. 

Maxon Brochu set up the tying goal off a corner kick, with Flaming scoring inside the post. 

After solid efforts from Lucas Ouimette, Flaming and Hanna, Morse found the game-winner. Ouimette’s shot hit the post, deflected off a Lincoln Academy defender to the waiting foot of Hanna. 

Sam Kirkpatrick, Brochu, Nathaniel Jewett and Alden Harkins stood tall on defense while protecting the lead, with goaltender Brenton Cahill making several saves, including nearly stopping the Eagles’ penalty kick. 

Richmond 3, Rangeley 0

Andrew Vachon tallied a pair of goals and dished out an assist as the visiting Bobcats bounced back from a loss to Traip Academy with an East-West Conference win over the Lakers on Saturday.

Richmond improved to 8-2-1 and hosts Valley on Tuesday at 4 p.m. The Bobcats also leapfrogged several teams for the top spot in the Class D South Heal Point Standings. 

Dakotah Gilpatric added a goal and an assist in the win, while Kyle Tilton turned away three shots for the shutout. 

Greg Burgess made five saves for Rangeley (8-3). 

Mt. Ararat 1,
Messalonskee 0

Mason Brigham scored with 33 seconds remaining in regulation to lift Mt. Ararat to a KVAC win at Topsham on Friday. 

Mt. Ararat (5-4-1) visits Lewiston on Tuesday at 7 p.m. 

Tristan Zell picked up an assist in the win, while goaltender James Singleton turned aside five shots.

Messalonskee goalie Andrew Mayo had seven saves. 

Mt. Abram 6, Lisbon 2

Jon Jordan scored a pair of goals to lead the host Roadrunners to a Mountain Valley Conference win over the Greyhounds on Friday at Salem. 

Cam Walters, Kenyon Pillsbury, Kaden Pillsbury and Tyson Hill each picked up a goal as Mt. Abram improved to 9-3.

Jack Tibbetts and Justin Violette had a goal apiece for Lisbon, which fell to 9-3 and hosts Monmouth Academy today at 3:30 p.m. 

Girls soccer

OAKLAND — Eliza Libby tallied the first goal and set up the second as Mt. Ararat captured a 2-0 KVAC victory over Messalonskee on Friday. 

Mt. Ararat is 8-3 and hosts Lewiston on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. 

Libby floated a free kick into the net in the first half. 

Hannah Hawkes scored in the second half, with Libby assisting on a corner kick. 

Elsa Daulerio turned away 11 shots for the win. 

Brunswick 1,
Hampden Academy 0

Logan Brown scored the lone goal unassisted to lift the visiting Dragons to a KVAC win over Hampden Academy on Saturday. .

Aisley Snell turned away two shots in the Brunswick (8-2) net, and the defense of Riley McAllaster and Lanye Brewer kept the Broncos from sustaining offensive pressure. 

Emma Banks and Isabella Banks also stood out for the Dragons in the midfield. 

Brunswick hosts Cony on Tuesday at 6 p.m.   

Wiscasset 5, Telstar 1

The Wolverines improved to 4-9 in MVC play on Thursday with a win over the Rebels. 

Eliza Paradis tallied three goals and dished out two assists, while Kathleen Trask and Kylie Peoples chipped in a goal each. Kaitlyn Main and Natalie Porter added an assist each. 

In goal, Lily Souza turned away nine shots for the Wolverines, who visit Carrabec on Friday at 3:30 p.m. Talia Paaso made seven saves for Telstar. 

Richmond 4, Rangeley 1

The Bobcats earned a big E-WC win at Rangeley on Saturday, improving to 8-3. 

Abby Johnson tallied a goal and an assist in the win, while Rylie Irish, Bry Shea and Erica Dickey each had a goal. Liz Johnson made five saves in the Richmond cage. 

Olivia Pye scored the lone goal for Rangeley (7-4), with goaltender Winnie LaRochelle making 12 saves. 

The Bobcats host Valley on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Volleyball

BRUNSWICK — South Portland earned a 3-0 win over Brunswick/Mt. Ararat on Friday. 

The Dragons fell to 1-10 and visit Sanford/Noble on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.

South Portland captured set wins of 25-17, 25-10, 25-7. 

Kathleen Trapp (two kills, six digs), Lauren Whitlock (11 digs, one ace) and Kassidy Dixon (three digs) led Brunswick/Mt. Ararat. 

Ashlee Aceto dished out 26 assists, and Pearl Friedland-Farley added 17 digs for the Red Riots (9-2). 

Football

FALMOUTH — Mitch Lienart rushed for three touchdowns in the first half, and Noah Goddard passed for two scores as Brunswick (6-0) cruised past Falmouth/Greely (3-3), 49-7, on Friday. 

The Dragons host Brewer this upcoming Friday (7 p.m.) in their first home game on the high school field this season. 

Brunswick led 21-0 after one quarter — a 41-yard touchdown run by Lienart, and TD receptions of 34 yards by Chandler Coombs and 57 yards by Treyvon McKenzie.

Following a 9-yard TD run by Owen Richardson, Lienert scored from 24 and 47 yards to make it 42-0 at halftime.

Jack Harvey added a third-quarter touchdown for Brunswick.

Cape Elizabeth 40, Morse 0

Matt Laughlin had 283 all-purpose yards as the Capers (4-2) rolled past the Shipbuilders (1-5) in Bath on Friday.

Gannon Stewart was 10-of-10 passing for 243 yards and five touchdowns — four of them to Laughlin, who finished with seven catches for 207 yards.

Ryan McKean had a 6-yard touchdown catch, and Colin Campbell scored on a 41-yard run. Campbell finished with six rushes for 93 yards.

Morse is slated to York this upcoming Friday at 7 p.m. 

Field hockey

LISBON — Aurianna Armandi scored the lone goal with 55 seconds remaining in the second overtime to lift Spruce Mountain to a 1-0 MVC win over Lisbon on Friday. 

Becky Budesheim turned away 21 shots for the ’Hounds.

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