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Cape Elizabeth 2, GNG 1

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Meredith Riker scored the eventual game-winning goal to lift Cape Elizabeth to a 2-1 victory over Gray-New Gloucester.

Karyn Barrett converted a corner kick from Jennifer Hayashi to put the Capers up 1-0 with 37:12 remaining in the first half. Riker found the back of the net from 25-yards out to put Cape Elizabeth up 2-0 before the break.

On a breakaway play, Taylor Darnell fed the ball to Michaela Destins, who pushed the ball past the goalie to cut the Patriots' deficit in half in the second frame. But, neither team scored down the stretch.

Goalie Taylor Damon was busy in net for Gray-New Gloucester, making 15 saves, while Lexi Weatherbie earned the win in net for Cape Elizabeth with a pair of saves.

Hall-Dale 4, Dirigo 1

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

FARMINGDALE - Taylor Massey ignited a first half, three-goal burst to lead Hall-Dale to a 4-1 win over Dirigo in girls' soccer action Friday.

After Emily Chase put the visitors up 1-0 in the opening minute of the match, Massey scored less than three minutes later to tie affair. Hailey Longfellow found the back of the net moments later, while Meg Cousins added an insurance goal in the first seven minutes of the match. Longfellow added another goal after the break.

Anna Levesque made three saves for the Bulldogs while Natasha DeRoche stopped 14 shots for Dirigo.

Jay/Livermore Falls 4, Boothbay 0

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Lexi Deering registered a hat trick as Jay/Livermore Falls defeated Boothbay 4-0 in girls' soccer action Friday.

Alexis Blodgett added a goal and an assist for the Wildcats. Katie Beaulieu turned aside four shots in the shutout win.

Messalonskee 1, Mt. Blue 0 (OT)

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Ali Omsberg hit a deflected ball in front to lift Messalonskee to a 1-0 sudden death victory over Mt. Blue.

Omsberg gathered the ball from 15 yards out and nailed the ball, which ricocheted off another player in front before finding the back of the net. Sarah Jacques stopped seven shots in earning the shutout.

Emily Deane made six saves for the Cougars.

York 7, Poland 1

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Emma Clark's second-half unassisted goal broke open a one-goal match as York rolled to a 7-1 victory over Poland.

Clark added three assists as the Wildcats scored five second-half goals. Liz Cartier, Emily Mitchell, Ashley Taylor, Kami Kristjansdotten, Macki Hill and Savannah Tapley all scored goals. Marquis McGlafhing and Carly Lee combined to make one save in the win.

Kelsie Taylor scored the lone goal for the Knights on an assist from Sophie Geelhoed. Samantha St. Pierre stopped 14 shots in a losing effort.

Carrabec 4, Monmouth 2

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

NORTH ANSON - Melissa White scored 2 goals to lead Carrabec to a 4-2 victory over Monmouth .

The Cobras  took a 3-0 halftime lead. Hannah Ames also scored a goal 

The Mustangs  made a game of it in the second half as Chelse Arsenault and Danielle Dumann netted a goal apiece, cutting the lead to two on each occasion.

Kelise Hilton made six saves for Monmouth, while Marisa Murray turned back five to earn the win in net for Carrabec.

Lisbon 6, Mt. Abram 3

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Down by two goals late in the first half, Lisbon stormed back with five unanswered goals for a 6-3 victory over Mt. Abram in MVC action Friday.

The Roadrunners built a 3-1 lead on goals by Katie Buschmann, Holly Thompson and Emily Luce. The Greyhounds scored a goal with 30 seconds remaining in the first half to change the momentum.

Kayla Angelico, Brooke Lawrence and Ashley Beaulieu each scored twice and added an assist for the Greyhounds.

Alexa Harmon had seven saves for Lisbon, while Tori Deane made 10 saves for Mt. Abram.

EL 2, Oxford Hills 1

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Edward Little scored two quick goals and held off a furious attack by Oxford Hills in the second half to come away with a 2-1 victory. After a scoreless first half, the Red Eddies got on the board early in the second half when Emily Grund and Emily Hartnett each scored unassisted goals. The Vikings punched right back with a goal by Dana Schultz with 8:49 seconds left to play, but EL managed to hold to a one-goal lead. Kirsten Prue held the line for Edward Little in net, making 11 saves. Oxford Hills goalie Sam Hatch stopped eight shots. The Vikings led in shots, 17-14, and in corner kicks at 4-3.

Dirigo 6, Lisbon 5 (OT)

Sport: Field Hockey  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Jordan Holmes knocked in her own rebound to lift Dirigo to a overtime win over Lisbon Friday.
Holmes registered a hat trick, while Katrina Polk added a pair of goals and Fam Blanchette a single score for the Cougars. Amber Woods made 10 saves in earning the win between the pipes.

Lindsey Whitney scored the tying goal for the Greyhounds, who received a big game from Angel Strout who turned in three goals. MaKayla Stevens added a goal. Bri Moore made four saves for Lisbon.

St. Dominic 3, Wiscasset 0

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Sophie Goulet banged home a pair of goals as St. Dom's defeated Wiscasset. Anna Bolduc also scored for the Saints, who outshot the home team 25-3. Elise Applegate stopped three shots to earn the shutout. Carolyn Footer made 22 saves for Wiscasset.

St. Dominic 2, Hall-Dale 2, 2 OT

Sport: Field Hockey  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

After two scoreless overtimes, Hall-Dale had to settle for a hard fought tie with St. Dominic as the two schools opened the season .
Jess Woods scored on a penalty stroke five minutes into the game, giving Hall-Dale an early lead. She added an unassisted goal with 19 minutes to play to put the Bulldogs up 2-1.
St. Dominic’s Kianna Fecteau scored with 12 minutes left to force overtime.
Kayla Barton made six saves for Hall-Dale, while Jenna Fongemie had five for St. Dominic.

Winthrop 1, Jay 0

Sport: Field Hockey  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Kelsey Ouellette scored an unassisted goal with 3:40 to play, lifting the Ramblers to victory in the Mountain Valley Conference opener against Winthrop.
Winthrop’s Katie Michaelson made five saves in recording the shutout.
Jay goalkeeper Ashlee Quirion finished with 10 saves.

Madawaska 4, Cen. Aroostook 0

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Valerie Parker scored twice as Madawaska beat Central Aroostook .Nicole Cyr and Meagan Ouellette scored goals for Madawaska. Amanda Nadeau saved four of nine shots. Ashley Estabrook turned away five of 20 shots for  Central Aroostook.

LCS/MSSM 4, Washburn 3

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

 Limestone scored three straight goals in the second half and held on to defeat Washburn.
Stephanie Leighton scored two second-half goals and Jasmine Cote scored for the  Eagles. Daniele Pelkey scored in the first half and Amanda Allen provided an assist. Audra Kirk saved five of eight shots. Lindsey Blackstone had a goal and an assist for the Beavers. Jordan Chandler and Kristi Sperrey also scored. Rayah Saucier saved seven of 14 shots.

Cony 5, Edward Little 1

Sport: Field Hockey  Posted: September 5th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Chelsea Begin scored three goals and Asia Le made eight saves to lead Cony to a season opening win over Edward Little in the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Friday.
Nicole Rugan (goal, assist) and Jessica Brox (goal, two assists) factored in the scoring for Cony. Abby Tardiff and Katherine Bowie also assisted on goals.

Emily Ranucci scored an unassisted goal for the only goal by the Red Eddies. Kayla Cummings recoreded 13 saves in net for Edward Little in the loss. Aisa Lee had six saves for Cony in the win.

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