SOUTH PARIS — Mt. Ararat scored on a deflection off goalie Gabby Wright in the second overtime to beat Oxford Hills 2-1 in field hockey action Thursday.

Mt. Ararat’s (4-2) Grace Keleher forced overtime, scoring with three minutes left in the fourth quarter.

Sierra Carson put Oxford Hills (4-1) ahead earlier in the fourth.

Piper Cohen made five saves for Mt. Ararat. Wright stopped six shots.


MESSALONSKEE 3, BRUNSWICK 1: The Eagles scored three straight goals after Brunswick scored in the game’s first minute to take the victory in Oakland.


Payton Alexander had a goal and an assist for the Eagles (3-0), while Abby Stevens and Shea Cassani also scored. Isabel Kramer added an assist, and goalie Nealey Dillon made seven saves.

Ava Wolverton opened the scoring for Brunswick (3-2).


LEAVITT 3, MORSE 2: Maddie Morin’s goal off a penalty corner lifted Leavitt (4-1) past Morse (1-6) in Bath.

Ally Langlois assisted on Morin’s game-winner, and added a goal of her own. Katie Sinois also scored for the Hornets. Delani Rector scored both of Morse’s goals.

Leavitt goalie Lily Chabot had five saves, while Morse counterpart Lydia Brown stopped 14 shots.





WAYNFLETE 5, RICHMOND 0: The Flyers got goals from Matt Adey and Roan Hopkins in the first three minutes, and Myles Culley added a hat trick in a win at Richmond.

Culley also assisted on Adey’s goal, and Adey set up two of Culley’s goals to help Waynflete (4-0-0) open a 5-0 edge by halftime.

Waynflete keeper Cole Isherwood faced just one shot.


Richmond falls to 4-1-0.




WAYNFLETE 5, RICHMOND 0: Lucy Hart scored three goals, Morgan Earls added a goal and an assist, and Lucy Olsen also scored as the Flyers (3-0) shut out the Bobcats (3-2) in Portland.

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