2017-10-12 / Sports

Bobcat girls take 8-0 soccer victory

The Times Record


Emily Snowdon and Caitlin Kendrick tallied a pair of goals each as the Richmond High School girls soccer team ran off with an 8-0 East-West Conference victory over winless Valley on Wednesday.

Kendrick also had two assists for the Bobcats (8-3- 2), while Ashley Brown, Sydney Underhill-Tilton, Erica Dickey and Bre Vintinner each picked up a goal. Destiny Anair dished out four assists.

Underhill-Tilton started in goal, while Kennedy Chandler relieved and made one second-half save. Lexi Davis and Jada Ward combined on 17 saves for Valley (0-12).

Richmond hosts Buckfield on Tuesday at 4 p.m.


Kiley Merritt had a hat trick to carry the Greyhounds to a Mountain Valley Conference win over Dirigo at Dixfield.

Merritt had two goals in the first half, along with teammates Emma DiGregorio and Destiney Deschaines to give Lisbon (8-4-1) a 4-0 lead at the break. Sydney Douglass picked up a pair of assists, with Carly Drischler and Giana Russo adding one helper each.

Siara Martin assisted on Merritt’s third goal.

Savannah Fisher had one save for the shutout.

Lisbon visits Boothbay on Friday at 3:30 p.m.


The visiting Bulldogs received a goal each from three players en route to an MVC win at Wiscasset.

The Wolverines dropped their fourth straight and stand at 7-6 heading into Saturday’s home match with Telstar at 4 p.m.

Sydney LeBlanc, Jillian Holden and Ashley Emery had a goal each for Madison.

Wiscasset goaltender Lindsey Gordon was busy, making 12 saves.

Field hockey

BATH — Leah Totman scored with 1:13 remaining in the first overtime to lift Morse to a 3-2 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference victory over Mt. View.

Kim St. Pierre and Lily Thibodeau scored for the Shipbuilders (9-5), who appear to have qualified for the Class B North postseason, moving up to the No. 9 position.

Mt. View battled back to force overtime.

Sophie Wilson had nine saves in net for Morse, while Alexis Bowman turned away four shots for Mt. View.


Visiting Skowhegan (13-1) received three goals from Maliea Kelso en route to a KVAC win at Brunswick.

The Dragons finished with a 5-9 record and will miss out on the postseason.

Prior to the game, Brunswick seniors Hollie Imperato and Anna Rider were honored.

Julia Steeves chipped in two goals for the Indians, who are the No. 1 seed in the Class A North Heal Point Standings.

Boys soccer

BINGHAM — Andrew Vachon scored three goals, and Matt Rines and Dakotah Gilpatric had two each as Richmond rolled to a 9-0 EWC win over Valley.

Nate Kendrick opened the scoring for the Bobcats (13- 0), while Brendan Roberge scored the final goal. Nick Adams had three assists, with Zach Small picking up two helpers, and Mason Blake, Vachon and Marston Sneeden adding an assist each.

Trystin Shea and Kyle Tilton combined on the shutout, stopping three Valley shots. Cavaliers netminder Dillon Beane had 24 saves.

Richmond hosts Buckfield on Tuesday at 4 p.m.


The visiting Black Bears came with a KVAC win over the Shipbuilders in Bath on Tuesday.

After a scoreless first half that featured a strong Morse defensive performance behind the play of Ethan Pascuzzo, Kehl Chadwick, Asa Hodgdon and Dominic Green, Maranacook took advantage of a mistake just 30 seconds into the second half for a 1-0 lead. Richard Down put away a shot in front of Shipbuilder netminder Miles Bobbe (12 saves).

Jackson McPherdan doubled the Black Bear lead off an assist from Connor Stockwell.

Morse drew within a goal with 21:12 remaining when Pascuzzo set up Connor Bennoch, who in turn sent a pass for Isaak Flaming.

William Green had four saves in the Maranacook cage.

Playing well for Morse, which visits Gardiner on Thursday at 6 p.m., were Sheamus Mann, Christian Brookhouse and Flaming. Gavin Hanna was solid off the bench for Morse as well.

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