BANGOR — Isabella Banks, Molly Taub and Kynli VanLeer each scored a goal as the Brunswick High School girls soccer team captured a 3-0 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory over Bangor on Friday. 

Logan Brown chipped in a pair of assists, while Taub added a helper. 

Aisley Snell was solid in net, helped out by the Dragon defense of Alex Bunker, Riley McAllaster, Lanye Brewer Brown. Mia Klimash, VanLeer, Betty Bakkila, Taub, Emma Banks and Isabella Banks also stood out for Brunswick. 

Messalonskee 2,
Brunswick 1

The Dragons were right back in KVAC action on Saturday at Oakland, falling to the host Eagles. 

Lydia Bradfiueld had both goals for Messalonskee (7-3-3), while Taub tallied the lone goal for Brunswick, which fell to 10-3 and hosts rival Mt. Ararat on Tuesday at 7 p.m. 

Snell had six saves, while Eagles netminder Hannah DelGiudice turned away eight shots. 

Oak Hill 1, Lisbon 0

Anna Beach scored with 3:03 remaining in the first half to carry the visiting Raiders to a Mountain Valley Conference victory over the Greyhounds on Friday. 

The shots on goal were close (Oak Hill 13, Lisbon 10), and Greyhound Sarah Haggerty made 10 saves to keep her team in it. 

“It was a great matchup, and we definitely came to play,” said Lisbon (7-6) coach Jenniffer Perron, whose Greyhounds visit Monmouth Academy today at 3:30 p.m.   

Carrabec 2, Wiscasset 0

Annika Carey and Cheyenne Cahill scored to lead the Cobras (7-7) over Wiscasset (4-10) at North Anson on Friday in an MVC tilt.

Aislinn Slate and Caitlin Crawford had assists, and Ashley Cates made four saves for Carrabec.

Lilly Souza stopped 20 shots for Wiscasset.

Maranacook 4, Morse 1

Evelyn St. Germain tallied a pair of goals to power the host Black Bears to a KVAC win on Saturday at Readfield. 

Ella Delisle and Grace Dwyer chipped in a goal each for Maranacook (8-2-3), while Emily Harper dished out three assists. 

Emily Martin scored for Morse (5-7-1), which hosts Medomak Valley on Tuesday at 7 p.m. 

Boys soccer

RICHMOND — Dakotah Gilpatric scored twice as Richmond closed out its regular season with a 4-1 East-West Conference win over Temple Academy on Friday. 

The Bobcats are 10-2-1 and will host a Class D South quarterfinal. The Bereans finished 7-4-2. 

The score was 1-1 before Cole Alexander, Gilpatric and Justin Vachon scored in the last 16 minutes for Richmond.

Brunswick 4, Bangor 0

At Brunswick on Friday, the Dragons improved to 11-1-1 with a dominating KVAC win over the Rams. 

David Nzuzi gave the hosts a 1-0 lead off an assist from Lane Foushee five minutes into the contest, and Foushee added his second helper 14 minutes later when he connected with Josh Musica.

The Dragons, who host “Battle of the Bridge” rival Mt. Ararat on Tuesday at 5 p.m., added a pair of goals in the second half. Musica found Milan VanLeer on a cross for a 3-0 lead, and Brunswick put the game away when Alfonso Miguel’s heel pass led Ben Guindon threw the box for the score. 

Jack McDiarmid made three saves for the shutout, while Beckett Parhin turned away a dozen shots for Bangor. 

Hampden 2, Mt. Ararat 1

The roller-coaster ride continued for the Eagles, who fell to the Broncos on Friday in KVAC play.

Coming off a 1-0 win over previously unbeaten Lewiston, Mt. Ararat (6-5-2) struck for the game’s first goal as Tristan Zell finished a pass from his brother Jonah Zell with 21:16 left in the first half.

Hampden Academy tied the game six minutes later on a Kenny Penney goal, and Penney won the game for the hosts with 3:30 left in the second overtime. 

James Singleton had four saves for the Eagles, while Colby Small turned away eight shots for the Broncos.

Football

BATH — In a Class C South game pushed to Saturday due to power outages, the visiting York Wildcats improved to 6-1 with a 55-6 win over the Morse Shipbuilders, who fell to 1-6 and visit Leavitt on Friday at 7 p.m. 

Morse’s points came on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Domenic Dickinson to Gabe Aucoin, who rushed for 64 yards on 16 carries. Marc Giggey chipped in 44 yards on nine lugs. 

Seniors Noah Doughty, Dylan Melvin, Dickinson, Darius Hargett and Kensly Brookhouse were honored before the game in the final Morse home game. 

Girls volleyball

SACO — Brunswick/Mt. Ararat picked up a tight 3-2 win over Thornton Academy on Saturday.

The Dragons (3-10) won by set scores of 25-12, 15-25, 16-25, 25-23, 15-11, and face Biddeford on Tuesday at 6 p.m. 

Naomi Martin, Jaden Lohr, Sabrina Cooper, Chloe Coombs and Micaela Turgeon, along with Lauren Whitlock and Kassidy Dixon stood out for Brunswick.

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