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Messalonskee, Waterville play to draw

Postby CM Newspapers » Sat Sep 02, 2017 5:19 am

Waterville girls soccer team finds plenty of options in season-opening victory
Elias, St. Pierre lead second-half comeback for Purple Panthers over Erskine.

...“I think we have (options),” Elias said. “We have some people who can cross from the wings, but I think it’s just learning more this year what we’re going to do… Over time, we’re going to get there. We’re going to learn each other more.”

Waterville head coach Mark Serdjenian agreed that the options are starting to show for his side.

“We are strong in the center midfield, and we try to force teams into there so we can get it,” Serdjenian said. “They’re really good going forward… It’s not going to surprise me if some goals come from the midfield — they are part of our attack.”

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Waterville:: Blanks Nokomis

Postby WABI » Sat Sep 16, 2017 2:32 am

Waterville Girls Soccer Blanks Nokomis
WATERVILLE 5, NOKOMIS 0
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Re: Waterville::Messalonskee play to draw

Postby CM Newspapers » Wed Sep 20, 2017 4:03 am

Messalonskee, Waterville girls soccer teams play to draw
Eagles, Panthers take positives from Class A-B crossover.

...The Panthers never even scored the equalizer themselves, instead benefiting from an own-goal in the third minute of lengthy second-half stoppage time to send the game to extra time.

By the time Waterville’s Anika Elias, in the 82nd minute, and Messalonskee’s Edin Sisson, in the 90th minute, were both turned away from golden-goal chances late on, both sides were more than happy to split the points.

“It was awesome to go 2-1 up, because it was hard-fought,” Messalonskee coach Penny Stansfield said. “But a tie is a great result. Five years ago we lost 16-nil to Waterville, so this shows a little bit how far we’ve come.”

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