Local roundup: Hall-Dale field hockey rules out Boothbay

FARMINGDALE — Mira Skehan scored five goals and added an assist as the Hall-Dale field hockey team shut out Boothbay 6-0 on Wednesday.

The host Bulldogs improved to 3-4-1; the Seahawks fell to 0-6.

Kiley Rolfe scored Hall-Dale’s other goal, while teammates Torie Tibbetts and Faith McDougal each provided two assists. Brooke Michuad also had an assist.

Hall-Dale keeper Jade Graham made six saves, while Boothbay counterpart Cass Amaral made 12.

GARDINER 9, LINCOLN ACADEMY 0: Brianna Smith and Dewey Clary each had two goals and an assist as the Tigers (8-1) held off the Eagles (0-9-1) at Gardiner.

Emilee Brown scored twice for Gardiner, while teammate Gabi Sousa had one goal and two assists. Taylor Herbert and Avrey McMaster each scored and Brynnlea Chaisson added an assist.

WINTHROP 4, LISBON 1: Madeline Wagner had a hat trick and added an assist as the Ramblers (8-2) edged the Greyhounds (7-2) in Lisbon.

Izzy Folsom had a goal and an assist for Winthrop, while Lauryn Wood added an assist.

Ramblers keeper Madeline Weymouth made 11 saves, while Lisbon’s Maria Levesque made 17.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 2, OAK HILL 0: Leah Burgess scored one goal and assisted the other as the Phoenix (8-2) broke a scoreless half-time tie against the Raiders (3-6) in Wales.

Olivia Mastine assisted on Burgess’ goal in the third quarter and Burgess delivered the assist on Avery Bessey’s goal in the fourth quarter.

Sierra Lane stopped 16 of 18 shots on goal for Oak Hill, while Spruce Mountain goaltender Mallory Clark helped keep her net clean without facing a shot on goal.

GIRLS SOCCER

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 8, CARRABEC 0: Four different Falcons (3-4) scored in a resounding win over the Cobras (0-9) at North Anson.

Ali Mazza, Jaden Boulanger and Tessah Leclerc each scored two first-half goals, and Layce Boucher had two second-half goals.

Judge Gendron made three saves for Mountain Valley to secure the shutout.

BRUNSWICK 3, MESSALONSKEE 0: Molly Tefft, Hannah Lay and Alexis Morin scored as the Dragons (6-0-1) went undefeated with a victory over the Eagles (2-4-1) Tuesday in Oakland.

Brunswick goaltender Sophia Morin made two saves, while Messalonskee’s Kiana Carrier made six. The Dragons outshot the Eagles, 9-2.

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