BRUNSWICK — Wyley Fitzpatrick scored in overtime to lift the Mt. Ararat High School field hockey team to a wild 4-3 victory at Bowdoin College on Tuesday. 

In the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference finale for both teams, the Eagles finished the regular season with a 10-4 record, while the Dragons ended at 7-7. Both will play in the Class A North quarterfinals. Matchups will be announced once the final Heal Point Standings are set.

Brunswick started quickly, taking a 1-0 lead on a Lauren Jacobs goal from Sara Scrapchansky 4:45 into the game. 

Mt. Ararat answered when Brea Holet scored for a 1-1 halftime deadlock.

Holtet gave the Eagles a 2-1 lead 4:55 into the second half, but Brunswick answered when Abbie Belanger found the back of the net with 15:51 remaining. 

Hannah Huston answered 2:15 later for a 3-2 Mt. Ararat edge. 

Again, the Dragons battled back, this time on a Scrapchansky goal with 2:58 left in regulation, setting up Fitzpatrick’s overtime game-winner with 6:30 remaining. 

Liberty Krauss had six saves for Brunswick. 

Girls soccer

TOPSHAM — Mt. Ararat scored three goals over a three-minute stretch of the second half for a 4-1 KVAC victory over Lewiston. 

Eliza Libby tied the game at the four-minute mark of the second half off an assist from Alexa Gurney. The same duo hooked up one-minute later, this time with Libby feeding Gurney for a goal on a corner kick.

Two minutes later, Margaret Dwinal tallied an unassisted goal, and Erin Harty finished the scoring. 

Lewiston’s (2-8-1) goal was scored by Leah Dube. 

In net, Elsa Daulerio had six saves for the win, while Blue Devil netminder Gemma Landry had seven stops. 

Mt. Ararat hosts Hampden Academy on Friday at 3:30 p.m. 

Brunswick 12, Cony 0

The Dragons improved to 9-2 in KVAC play. 

Isabella Banks scored the hat trick, while Mackenzie Dorr picked up two goals. Tallying a goal each for Brunswick were Alex Bunker, Molly Taub, Lila Solberg, Kynli VanLeer, Riley McAllaster, Mia Klimash and Hannah Lay. Emma Banks, Isabella Banks, Solberg, VanLerr and Grace Costello each picked up assists. 

Brunswick is slated to visit Bangor on Thursday at 6 p.m. 

Mount View 2, Morse 1

The Shipbuilders fell to 5-6-1 after a KVAC home setback against Mount View at McMann Field. 

Gabby Allen had two goals for the visitors, while Emily Martin scored with five minutes left in the second half off a Meghan Clifford pass for Morse. 

Natalie Emerson had four saves for Morse, which visits Maranacook on Saturday at 1 p.m. 

Freeport 9, Fryeburg 0

Eight different players scored as the host Falcons (10-2-1) rolled in Western Maine Conference play over Fryeburg Academy. 

Rachel Wall led the way for Freeport with two goals, with a single each coming from Catriona Gould, Hannah Spaulding, Ellie Whittier, Tara Migliaccio, Hayley Lewis, Megan Driscoll and Emily Olsen. Carly Intraversato had four assists, with Lewis and Gould adding one helper each. 

Morgan Fusco had 14 saves for the Raiders. 

Freeport is slated to host Cape Elizabeth on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. 

Richmond 10, Valley 0

Bry Shea and Paige Lebel each scored twice to power the Bobcats to an easy East-West Conference win. 

Richmond is 9-3 and hosts Temple Academy today at 3:30 p.m. 

Bre Vintinner, Abby Johnson, Breanna Lancaster, Lorelei Zoulamis, Lindsie Irish and Alyssa Letendre added a goal each, with Leah Wescott picking up three assists for Richmond. 

Jada Ward made 13 saves for Valley (2-10). 

Boys soccer

RICHMOND — Dakotah Gilpatric powered in five goals as Richmond cruised to an E-WC 10-0 win over Valley. 

The Bobcats are 9-2-1 and host Temple Academy on Friday at 3:30 p.m.

Andrew Vachon chipped in three goals and six assists, while Cole Alexander added a pair of goals. 

Tom Bishop made 19 saves for Valley (2-8).

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