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Boothbay:: Amaral comes up big in win over Winthrop

Postby SJ » Thu Sep 14, 2017 3:21 am

Meader, Boothbay shut out Lisbon

...Senior Sydney Meader netted four goals for the Seahawks in the victory. Meader has verbally committed to play field hockey for the University of Maine at Orono next fall.

Boothbay attacked early, pushing the Lisbon defense back on their heels to open the half, putting a few shots on net but with no goals to show for it.

Lisbon called a timeout at the 20:49 mark, during which Lisbon coach Julie Petrie told her athletes to stop double-teaming within 25 yards of the net because it was leaving the center open. Out of the timeout, 46 seconds later, Meader took a pass from Sydney Mercier and fired it past Lisbon goalie Mikaylia Harnden for a 1-0 Seahawks lead.

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Boothbay:: Seahawks hold off Phoenix uprising

Postby SJ » Sat Sep 23, 2017 3:41 am

Seahawks hold off Phoenix uprising

...Sydney Meader notched a hat trick for Boothbay (7-1). Brooke Buote and Emily Castonguay scored for Spruce Mountain (4-3).

The Phoenix were playing their first game since the resignation of coach Tanya Evans on Wednesday. Her predecessors, long-time co-coaches Jane DiPompo and Julia Parker, have stepped in to fill the void.

"They're a fun group. And they want to play," Parker said of the team she and DiPompo have inherited.

Phoenix goalie Sydney Shaffer made a spectacular diving save to her right on the game's first penalty corner. But Meader found the back of the cage a short time later, 12:52 into the game, with her first goal.

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Boothbay:: Amaral comes up big in win over Winthrop

Postby SJ » Tue Oct 03, 2017 5:17 am

Amaral comes up big for Boothbay in win over Winthrop

...Winthrop coach Jessica Merrill said the missed penalty stroke was just one of many missed chances for her team in the second half.

"It's just not that one opportunity," Merrill said. "We had lots of opportunities, but we didn't do the little things well. We didn't have our feet going in the right direction. If our feet were going the other way, some of those would have been goals."

Coming into the Monday showdown, the Ramblers were the No. 1 seed in Class C North and were unbeaten. They are now 10-1-1 on the season. The Seahawks, who entered the game as the No. 3 seed, improve to 10-1 on the year.

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