Area roundup: Logan Berube’s hat-trick lifts Leavitt Boys’ football above Oxford Hills
PARIS — Logan Berube’s hat trick led Leavitt’s men’s soccer team to a 3-1 win over Oxford Hills on Saturday.
Berube scored his first two goals in the first half, one from a penalty and the other from a direct kick. Brayden Greenlaw provided an assist on Berube’s second-half goal. The Hornets improve to 1-5.
Hayden Farrell scored the goal for the Vikings (0-6) in the first half. Paavo Johnson recorded the assist.
LISBON 3, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 0: Three Greyhounds (6-0) scored in a win over the Falcons (1-3-1) at Rumford.
Bryce Poulin, Aidan Parker and Danny Levesque all scored, while Nick Powell and Owen Booker each had an assist.
Lisbon keeper Levi Tibbetts made five saves for the shutout.
FREEPORT 3, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 3: Emmanuel Omeme scored twice for Freeport (2-2-3) and Max Kenney scored a pair for Gray-New Gloucester (3-3-1) as the Falcons and Patriots battled to a draw at Gray .
Owen Rusiecki also scored for Freeport. Aidan Hebert got the other goal for Gray-NG.
HALL-DALE 3, BUCKFIELD 0: Keegan Cary scored a goal and an assist in the Bulldogs’ (4-3) shutout victory over the Bucks (2-4-1) at Farmingdale.
Ricky McGivney and Ihsan Abdalnadi also scored for Hall-Dale, and Breton Lucas provided an assist.
Jackson Leach and Ben Nathan each made four saves while splitting the time in Hall-Dale’s goal. Gavin Charest stopped eight shots for Buckfield.
BRUNSWICK 3, LEWISTON 1: Ava Wolverton opened the scoring three minutes into the game and then netted a Felicity Jackson goal as the Dragons (5-3-1) beat the Blue Devils (1-6) at Lewiston.
Brunswick extended their lead to 3-0 in the third quarter thanks to goals from Kiki Dinsmore and Jackson. Lewiston’s Savannah Connor-Schade scored later in the third.
Kimberley McLaughlin made 15 saves for the Blue Devils.
SKOWHEGAN 1, OXFORD HILLS 0: Layla Conway scored the only goal nearly three minutes into the second quarter to give the River Hawks (10-0) a win over the Vikings (5-2-1) in a Class A North matchup at Skowhegan.
Emmah Corson made three saves for the shutout.
Gabby Wright stopped nine shots in the Oxford Hills loss.
EDWARD PETIT 0, CAMDEN HILLS 0: The Red Eddies survived 16 shots and 12 penalty corners from the Windjammers to earn a scoreless draw at Rockport.
Kasey Smith made 13 saves for Edward Little, while Tess Hodgkins stopped 15 shots for Camden Hills.
HALL-DALE 5, MT. ABRAM 0: Hayden Madore scored two goals and an assist in the Bulldogs’ 8-0 win over the Roadrunners (4-2) at Farmingdale.
Bethany Ives, Marie Benoit and Sierra Gibbons also scored for Hall-Dale. Audrey Gilbert made six saves to secure the shutout.
Ruthie Gusler stopped 16 shots on goal for Mt. Abram.
MOUNTAIN VALLEY 3, OAK HILL 1: Brooke Chase scored twice for the Falcons (2-4) in a win over the Raiders (1-6) in Wales.
Ciara Abbott also scored in the win, while Jaden Boulanger, Ali Mazza and Emma Clukey each had an assist. Goaltender Justice Gendron stopped seven shots.
Eliana Smith scored Oak Hill’s only goal in the first half and MacKenzie Vattaso made 14 saves.
MT. BLUE 4, HAMPDEN 1: KK Daggett scored twice in the first half as the Cougars (7-0) beat the Broncos (2-4-1) at Hampden.
Meren Zeliger, who assisted on both of Daggett’s goals, scored after halftime for Mt. Blue, while Abbey Goodspeed opened the scoring in the second half with a goal from 45 yards out. Cougars goaltender Caitlin Burke stopped six shots.
Hampden’s Destiny Morse kicked the ball 40 yards into the goal in the second half. Gracie Baker and Logan Daigle combined to stop 15 shots on the Broncos goal.
OXFORD HILLS 5, LEAVITT 1: The Vikings scored four second-half goals to pull away from the Hornets at Turner.
Kylee Spugnardi leveled the game for Leavitt early after half-time and then Lizzy Hallee put Oxford Hills back on top to start the Vikings frenzy. Hallee and Ashley Richardson each had two goals and Meredith Harthorne also scored for Oxford Hills.
Maddy Herrick made eight saves for the Vikings, while Kira Welch stopped four shots for the Hornets and Jamie Ellis added one save during his time in goal.
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