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Messalonskee:: upends Maine Central Institute

Postby WABI » Fri Sep 08, 2017 3:33 am

Messalonskee Field Hockey Edges Skowhegan in Overtime
MESSALONSKEE 2, SKOWHEGAN 1 (OT)
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Re: Messalonskee Edges Skowhegan in Overtime

Postby CM Newspapers » Fri Sep 08, 2017 6:02 am

Messalonskee field hockey stuns Skowhegan in overtime
Ally Turner's goal with just over 2 minutes remaining gives Eagles victory.

...Ally Turner scored on a loose ball with 2:09 left in overtime, capping an Eagles rally and lifting Messalonskee to a dramatic 2-1 victory over the defending state champion Indians.

The Eagles won despite trailing by a goal with fewer than six minutes to play in regulation. It was a back-and-forth, tight and well-played game — even in a historical context, Skowhegan coach Paula Doughty said in the moments afterward.

“For a high school game, I don’t think you can ask for anything better than this,” she said. “Both teams were amazing tonight. I really think this is the best Messalonskee-Skowhegan contest we’ve ever played.”

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Messalonskee:: has second half surge to beat Cony

Postby CM Newspapers » Fri Sep 15, 2017 4:04 am

Messalonskee field hockey has second half surge to beat Cony
Eagles use shots, penalty corners to their advantage.

...“We were getting in our own heads a little bit,” senior midfield Haley Lowell said. “We just kept missing the ball. We said calm down, stay intense and we started off strong in the second half.”

Sophomore Chloe Tilley tied the game 3:15 into the second half when she knocked in a rebound and just over three minutes later, center forward Kaitlyn Smith put Messalonskee ahead with a reverse stick shot to the right of Rams goalie Jacki Carlton (six saves).

“The ball was there and I knew I needed to a get a shot off,” Smith said. “The defense was right there trailing me.”

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Re: Messalonskee:: Remains Lone Unbeaten in Class A North

Postby WABI » Fri Sep 22, 2017 1:50 am

Messalonskee Girls Remain Lone Unbeaten in Class A North
MESSALONSKEE 8, HAMPDEN 0
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Re: Messalonskee:: Remains Lone Unbeaten in Class A North

Postby WFVX » Fri Sep 22, 2017 2:14 am

Messalonskee field hockey beat Hampden, 8-0

HAMPDEN - Messalonskee field hockey continues to roll and dominate Class A North moving to 7-0 after beating Hampden 8-0.

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Messalonskee:: gets it together in 2nd half vs Cony

Postby CM Newspapers » Fri Sep 29, 2017 5:01 am

Messalonskee field hockey gets it together in 2nd half
Eagles apply pressure on Cony in KVAC A victory

...“I think we came out a little slow,” Turner said. “We always have trouble with our intensity in the first half. But we really started connecting on balls and like making good stops and good block tackles in the second half.”

Turner finished with a goal and two assists, all in the second half, despite turning her ankle.

“I rolled my ankle so I was kind of going half speed,” she said. “After a while, I just said if it hurts it hurts and I just started really turning up the intensity and it felt like we needed that change.”

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Messalonskee:: upends Maine Central Institute

Postby CM Newspapers » Fri Oct 06, 2017 5:33 am

Messalonskee field hockey upends Maine Central Institute
Eagles gain momentum and run with it on way to win.

...Autumn Littlefield and Kaitlyn Smith scored first-half goals, Ally Turner netted a pair of insurance tallies in the second and Class A Messalonskee upended Class B MCI, 4-1, at Thomas College.

“MCI’s a great program, they’ve got really skilled players, and it’s a great crossover game. I don’t think we could have asked for a better crossover matchup,” Littlefield said. “It was awesome, a well-coached team, so to be able to control the game like we did I think is really good going into playoffs.”

The Eagles came in with a chip on their collective shoulder rarely seen from a team so well positioned in the standings. Messalonskee suffered its first defeat of the season in the previous game against Mt. Blue, and coaches and players alike were eager to see the team’s reaction to the season’s first hint of adversity.

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