Taysia Hanscome of Gray-New Gloucester shoots on goal during Monday’s game against Poland in Gray. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal

GRAY — Midfielder Emma MacMahon scored the winning goal with 3:32 left in the first overtime to give Poland a 1-0 win over Gray-New Gloucester in field hockey on Monday.

“This is a fourth (overtime game) in two weeks and I am exhausted, and I know that, but I needed to push for my family that has always been supporting me,” MacMahon said. “Last year was such a rough year. I couldn’t play. I had to run cross country. I had to build my skill up and this was my second goal of the season.

“It was a really big personal goal for me to build my confidence up on the field. This means a lot to me — this sport, and I just wanted to bust my butt so we didn’t have to go another eight minutes of breathing so heavy and sweating.”

Gray-NG is 2-6, and Poland is 2-7.

EDWARD LITTLE 2, CAMDEN HILLS 0: Leah Thibodeau scored two goals as the Red Eddies (1-7) shut out the Windjammers (3-5) in Auburn.

Edward Little’s Kasey Smith and Camden Hills’ Tess Hodgkins each made four saves.


CAPE ELIZABETH 5, FRYEBURG 4: Kaitlyn McIntyre scored twice, including the winner in double OT, as the Capers (6-0-1) topped the Raiders (5-3) in Cape Elizabeth.

Grace Gray added two goals and two assists for Cape, with Camden Woods having a goal and two assists. Zoe Burgard made 12 saves.

Jade Blood scored two goals for Fryeburg. Camden Jones and Olivia Towne each scored once and goalie Eden Voter made 12 saves.

FREEPORT 2, LAKE REGION 0: Kyla Havey had a goal and an assist as the Falcons (3-4) got past the Lakers (3-3) at Freeport.

Sasha Nevins added a goal and Viki Balla had 12 saves.



CAPE ELIZABETH 6, WELLS 0: Six players scored as the Capers (5-2) beat the Warriors (1-6) in Wells.

Eddie Caldera opened the scoring in the 12th minute off a cross from Sebastian Moon. Jack Carignan, Tiernan Lathrop and Connor Goss each added a goal to make it 4-0  at halftime.

Sam Cochran and Marcus Wagner scored in the second half.

GORHAM 1, BONNY EAGLE 1: Brandt Abbott scored for the Scots (3-4-1) and Alden Dimick scored for the Rams (3-3-1) in a tie at Standish.

Lucas Drinkwater assisted Abbott’s goal for Bonny Eagle. Goalkeeper Maximus Koons stopped 14 shots.

Colin Albert assisted on Dimick’s goal and Nicholas Phinney had two saves.


NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 6, LAKE REGION 3: Chas Rhode scored four goals as the Panthers (4-4) beat the Lakers (2-5) in Naples.

Jack Byrne scored twice for NYA.

Jacob Smith led Lake Region with two goals. Jac Mageles added a late goal and Zach Vogel had an assist.


OAK HILL 10, BOOTHBAY/WISCASSET 0: Amara Denis scored three goals in the first 11 minutes to steer the Raiders (3-0) past the Seahawks(0-6) in Boothbay.

Lindsey Bailey, Eliana Smith, Gabrielle Chessie, Paige Gonya, Kendall Gervias, Emily Dillman and Carlee Austin each scored for Oak Hill.


Winning goalies Paige Gonya and Mackenzie Vattaso didn’t have to make a save.

YARMOUTH 7, LAKE REGION 0: Ava Feeley’s hat trick powered the Clippers (6-1) over the Lakers (2-4) at Yarmouth.

Feeley scored twice in the first half.

Grace Lestage, Aine Powers, Kate Sahagin and Trinity Sinker also scored for Yarmouth. Katelyn D’Appolonia had two assists.

Regan Sullivan, Eden Young, Avery Buchanan combined to make three saves in goal.

Goalkeeper Olivia England made seven saves for Lake Region.



LEWISTON 3, NYA 1: After dropping the opening set, the host Blue Devils (1-6) rallied to win the final three and earn the first-year volleyball program’s first victory.

The Blue Devils fell 25-16 before pulling out set wins at 25-20, 25-13 and 25-17 to beat NYA (2-6).

Theresa Shaw was 16-for-16 serving with seven aces, 17 digs and five kills, going 14 for 14 attacking.

Isa Tillier-Munoz added 15 assists, three kills, one ace and one block; Maddie Oliviera had seven aces, four assists and one kill; Kenzie Garcia had four kills and one block; Alex Gutshall had three aces and five digs and Kaitlyn Shannon pitched in with two aces and three kills.

Tony Blasi of the Sun Journal contributed to this report.

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