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October drama at a fever pitch

Postby Forecaster » Tue Oct 17, 2017 3:49 am

October Girls’ soccer drama at a fever pitch-Northern edition

Four of five local girls’ teams will compete in the postseason.

Defending Class B state champion Yarmouth finished the regular season 14-0 for the first time after a 9-0 home win over Fryeburg Academy, a 1-0 victory at Cape Elizabeth last week and a 5-0 home victory over Lake Region Monday. Sara D’Appolonia continued her assault on the record books with three goals against the Raiders. Ehryn Groothoff and Adriana Whitlock both scored twice, while Audrey Goessling and Ellie Purgavie had goals as well. In the win over the Capers, D’Appolonia scored early and it held up, thanks in part to four timely saves from goalkeeper Meredith Lane.

“I was hoping we’d get more, but I can’t complain with 1-0,” D’Appolonia said. “That’s still a good win.”

“It was a little nervewracking, but we rallied and came on strong,” Lane said. “We knew it would be a great game.”

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Re: October drama at a fever pitch

Postby Forecaster » Tue Oct 17, 2017 3:59 am

October Girls’ soccer drama at a fever pitch-Portland edition

Girls’ soccer
Cheverus and Waynflete’s girls’ soccer teams are playoff-bound, but Deering, Maine Girls’ Academy and Portland will likely stay home.

The defending Class C South champion Flyers were 6-5-2 and fourth in the Class C South Heals at press time after sandwiching losses at Class B powers Cape Elizabeth (5-0) and Greely (5-1) around a 3-3 home tie against Traip Academy. Ava Farrar had two goals and Abby Aleshire had the other against Traip. Farrar scored the goal against the Rangers. Waynflete closed the regular season at home versus York Tuesday. A win could move the Flyers up the standings. They will host a quarterfinal next week if they stay in the top four and will avoid a prelim this weekend if they stay in the top five.

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