Welcome to the Mountain Valley Conference web site. Established in 1964 to serve schools in Western Maine, the charter members were Farmington High School, Gould Academy, Hall-Dale High School, Jay High School, Livermore Falls High School, Mexico High School, and Wilton Academy. We have gone through several changes over the years, and we presently have a 14-school membership. We hope our site will be a great resource for players, fans, coaches, and the media.
Waterville: In an epic battle of two outstanding girls soccer teams, St. Dom’s had to go to 12 rounds of penalty kicks in order to defeat defending MVC Champion Madison 7-6 for the 2015 MVC Soccer Title at Thomas College on Octover 21st. The championship was the third for the Saints in the last four years.
In regulation, the Bulldogs took the first lead at 22:45 on a goal by senior captain Kayla Bess. The Saints evened the score when freshman forward Alexandra Hammerton drove a shot by Madison goalie Erin Walen.
After regulation, the teams fought through a scoreless overtime period, forcing the deciding penalty shots.
Madison had the advantage in shots taken at 14-8. St. Dom’s goalkeeper Victoria Sasse made 11 saves to 3 saves for Whalen.
Olivia Noyes scored a goal midway through overtime to catapult the Dirigo Cougars to a 2-1 MVC Championship victory over Oak Hill at Lisbon Falls on October 15th.
The Boothbay Seahawks swept the 2015 MVC Cross Country Championships on October 16th with both the boys' and girls' team claiming the titles at the University of Maine at Augusta.
In the boys race, Boothbay scored 55 points with Lisbon finishing second with 72 and Winthrop taking third place with 81 points. Top finishers for Boothbay were Kyle Ames, Matt Burnham, Blake Erhard, Liam Conlin and Bayly Gaughan-Carrasco. Lisbon's Nicholas Harriman captured the individual championship, finishing the course in 17:17.3.