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Woodland 5, Shead 0

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

Molly White recorded a hat trick with three goals as the Woodland Dragons opened the season with a win. Hope Howard and Ann Ressdal added goals for the Dragons. Kelsey Worden had seven saves on 16 shots.Cassandra Stanhope saved six of 18 shots for 0-1 Shead of Eastport.

John Bapst 4, Piscataquis 0

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

Marianne Ferguson scored two goals to lift John Bapst of Bangor over Piscataquis.
Emily Tilton and Brianne Robertson added goals for the Crusaders. Elise Tilton had two assists and Tori Huckestein one. Aubre Stanislawski saved both shots she faced for the shutout.
Brianna Tweedie turned away 18 of 22 shots for Piscataquis in the loss.

Caribou 8, Mattanawcook 0

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

Jamie Martin and Jenna Selander scored two goals each as Caribou defeated Mattanawcook Academy. Abby Small, Morgan Swan, Lydia Kieffer and Kayla Collins also scored for the 2-2 Vikings. Brittany Doak saved 12 of 14 shots.Taylor Blood and Jenn Rider combined to stop 25 of 37 shots for 0-1 Mattanawcook

Dexter 1, Central 0

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

Jordyn Bell scored on an assist from Devyn Bell with 15:09 remaining in the first half to give Dexter all it needed to get past Central.
Maicee Gustin saved all five shots to earn the shutout for the Tigers.
Alix Rudzinski turned away eight of nine shots for the Central in the loss.

Brewer 5, Lewiston 2

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

Amanda Ryan scored one goal and assisted on two others to give the Witches the season opener.
Delaney Turner, Kim Thorn, Tonya Carlson and Lindsay Houp scored a goal each for Brewer. Deaven Smith had two assists, while Rowan Bost had one. Angela Patterson made 11 saves on 15 shots for Brewer.
Katherine Tirabassi and Saba Naji notched unassisted goals for Lewiston. Marissa Zamrock made 12 saves on 17 shots in the loss.

Old Town 6, Hermon 3

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

Katie Deshane had a hat trick as Old Town  defeated Hermon.Meagan Cousins had a goal and an assist for Old Town. Kayla Brooks and Samantha McLaughlin also scored. Sabrina Jordan, Kelsey Maxim and Micayla Hussey provided assists. Annie Cashon saved 10 of 19 shots.

Lindsey Allen scored twice for Hermon. Nicole Turmel had a goal as Audrey Cliff and Meghan Burnett each had an assist. Sara Bishop turned away 17 of 27 shots.

Mattanawcook 5, Old Town 0

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

Brooke Hanscom had a hat trick to lead Mattanawcook Academy past Old Town.
Morgan Russell and Brooke Kimball also scored for the Lynx. Taylor Hawkins had two assists while Rianne Gardner and Morgan Mushero each had an assist. Colleen Albert saved all four shots for the shutout.
Danyle Boobar turned away five of 16 shots for 0-1 Old Town.

Central 4, Dexter 1

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

Mackenzie McHugh had two goals in the win for Central over Dexter. Hannah Pray and Michelle Ferrie scored goals for the Red Devils. Remay Burke assisted a goal as Samantha Brownell stopped eight of 16 shots. Raven Patterson scored in the second half off a Sarah Murray assist for the 0-1 Tigers. Kaitlyn Caron turned  away 17 of 27 shots.

Lee 3, Foxcroft 2

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

Katelyn Mallet broke the 2-2 tie scoring off a Britney Rideout assist with 10 minutes remaining in regulation to lift Lee Academy over Foxcroft Academy. Rideout had a goal and two assists for the 1-0 Pandas. Ashley Dill scored a goal and Kelsey Grass had an assist. Felicia Thornton saved six of 15 shots. She-Ann Sergeant and Tia Gould scored unassisted goals  for the 0-1 Ponies. Sarah Whittemore stopped five of 11 shots.

Girls Soccer: Pierce and Chasse lead Crusaders to season opener win

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

By Skip Hawkes

Friday afternoon at the Mt. Hope complex in Bangor, Sierra Pierce and Lexi Chasse scored two goals each in the second half to lead John Bapst past Ellsworth 4-1 in the season opener for both varsity girls teams.

Both teams struggled and started slow in the first half. Shots on goal came randomly, and both teams had problems moving the ball down field. The Crusaders switched to a four person midfield and began to take more control of the game as the clock rolled down to the buzzer bringing and end to the opening half and a 0-0 score.

As the second half got underway, it took John Bapst just 54 seconds to do what they could not do in 40 minutes the first half. Pierce, assisted by Jordan Myerowitz, put the ball in the left corner of the net for the games first score and a 1-0 Crusaders lead. Bapst increased their lead to 2-0 with 37:40 left in the game when Chasse took a direct kick that found it’s way into the back of the net untouched

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Girls Soccer: Maclean, Estabrook power Rams by Witches

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

By Ryan McLaughlin
BDN Staff


BANGOR, Maine — Even as his team was scoring goals at will Friday night, Bangor girls soccer coach Joe Johnson discovered he’ll have plenty of weapons in his arsenal this fall.

The Rams received hat tricks from freshman Grace Maclean and senior Eliza Estabrook, two of 10 different players to score a goal in a 14-1 season-opening win over Brewer.

Maclean was one of two Rams to score her first varsity goal, as sophomore Liz Hintz’s unassisted tally from 20 yards out midway through the first half was good for her first varsity tally.

“We certainly took a good look at a lot of different kids tonight, it was nice,” Johnson said. “A lot of them stepped up and played very well.”

This game was a mismatch from the first

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Lisbon 1, Mt. Abram 0

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

Marcus Bubar scored 11:40 into the first half for the Greyhounds 

Shane Tanguay earned the win for Lisbon with 14 saves. Josh Beedy made 12 saves for Mt. Abram

Brunswick 4, Cony 1

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

The Dragons scored three times in the first half.

Scott Jarosz scored twice and Peter Morrell added a goal and an assist for Brunswick. Matt Kasabion also scored for the Dragons.

Slater Claudel and Danny Couverette combined to make seven saves on 12 shots for Cony, while Zach McMillan made four saves on seven shots for Brunswick.

Erskine 1, Mt. Ararat 1, 2OT:

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

Erskine’s Zack Busmanis (11 saves) and Mt. Ararat’s Nate Bryant (seven saves) were both solid in net as their teams had to settle for a tie.

Harley Ogilvie scored an unassisted goal with 13:40 to play in regulation for Erskine to tie the score at 1.  Tim Bickford scored for Mt. Ararat on a first-half corner kick.

Messalonskee 2, Mt. Blue 0

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

Chris Hall scored on a penalty kick 4 minutes into the second half, and Nate Snow added a goal 13 minutes later.

Andrew Wilson made nine saves for Messalonskee, while Dylan Eustis finished with seven for Mt. Blue.

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