Region roundup: Spruce Mountain/Dirigo knock down Oak Hill in MVC Women’s Soccer Final

JAY — Spruce Mountain/Dirigo’s Abby St. Clair had a hat trick and picked up an assist to lead the Phoenix to a 5-0 victory over Oak Hill in an MVC Women’s Soccer game on Wednesday.

Jazmin Ryder and Lorellei Farrer also contributed goals, and an assist went to Mackenzie Guay.

Spruce Mountain/Dirigo (8-6) goalie Emma Towers made two saves and Oak Hill (3-11) goalie MacKenzie Vattaso made four saves.

BOYS SOCCER
MT. BLUE 4, OXFORD HILLS 0: The Cougars (6-7-1) scored four second-half goals to edge the Vikings (1-13) at Farmington.

Kaden Smith, JJ Greenlaw, Thomas Cormier and Julian Reynolds each scored a goal, including two assists for Will Mayhew and one for Trent Beaudoin.

Oxford Hills keeper Emmett Hand stopped 16 shots, while Chase Ranger made two saves for Mt. Blue.

FIELD HOCKEY
ST. DOMINICA 3, WELL 0: Emily Andrews scored twice and Choe Beauchesne contributed with her unassisted goal to help the Saints win against the Warriors in Wells.

Maia Cote made two saves to secure the shutout for St. Dom’s.

VOLLEYBALL GIRL
POST-SEASON SUPPORT PACKAGE: Heal points standings were finalized and post-season brackets set for all three classes on Wednesday.

Gray-New Gloucester finished 8-6 to secure the No. 7 seed in the Class B playoffs. The Patriots will open the playoffs by setting up a preliminary round game against No. 10 Wells (6-8) Thursday at 6 p.m. Gray-New Gloucester, which enters the playoffs on a five-game winning streak, swept the Warriors in the midseason game. The winner of Thursday’s game will advance to the quarter-finals against number 2 Gardiner (14-0). The Patriots lost to the Tigers 3-1 in the game after Wells won. Their current winning streak began two games later.

Yarmouth enters the playoff No. 1 in Class B, Biddeford is the top seed in Class A, and Washington Academy clinched the No. 1 spot in Class C. Lewiston finished its season with a 2-12 record and the No. 14 spot in Class A, which qualified 13 of 19 teams for the playoffs.

MEN’S SOCCER
UMF 2, LASELL 1: Coleman Watson and Aric Bélanger each scored a goal to lead the Beavers (7-5-2, 5-2-1) past the Lasers (4-9-3, 2-5-3) in Farmington.

Edward Little graduate Christian Beliveau assisted on both goals.

Daniel Faynstein scored on an assisted pass from Kyle Stewart for Lasell.

WOMEN’S FOOTBALL
LESLEY 3, UMF 1: Abby Kalou, Kylie Chagnon and Calli Masters each scored a goal to lead the Lynx (7-7-0, 3-0) past the beavers (7-6-2, 5-1-2) in Farmington.

The UMF unassisted goal came from Monmouth Academy graduate Audrey Fletcher. Paige Gonya made four saves while getting the start in front of the Beavers goal, before Lily Souza stopped six more shots in the final 21:45 of the game.


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