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Cross country notebook: Lobley making strides for Poland

Sport:   Posted: September 24th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

By Kalle Oakes, Staff Writer
 
Turns out the only thing that can throw Kendra Lobley off course so far this cross country season is, well, being thrown off course.

The Poland Regional High School junior has won three of her first four races against Western Maine Conference competition. Lobley's lone shortfall was Sept. 11, when she finished third to Emily Attwood and Kelsey Barton in a three-mile race on the Capers' home trail.

Attwood was Class B runner-up in both the region and state last fall and is among the favorites again this year. Barton bettered Lobley for runner-up laurels by a mere two seconds, and that difference was easily explained.

"She took a wrong turn or two," said Poland coach Sean Galipeau-Eldridge. "I think she could have beaten that girl for second."

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Boys' soccer: Tigers outlast Hornets in double OT

Sport: Soccer ( Boys)  Posted: September 24th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

By Randy Whitehouse, Staff Writer
 
TURNER — Although Gardiner entered Wednesday with two wins and Leavitt without a victory, it was clear as their KVAC boys' soccer game unfolded that little separated the two teams.

Ultimately, though, what likely helped the Tigers emerge victorious Wednesday was the fact that they already had two wins and the Hornets were still desperate for their first.

Chris Kimball's took an indirect kick from Nick Berlew and headed it over Leavitt goalie Cooper Legee 32 seconds into the second overtime to give Gardiner a 1-0 win over Leavitt.

"I went to overload the left side and I saw the ball coming up and I sought after it," Kimball said. "I saw the goalie coming out so I tried to put it over him and I got under it."

"Nick is a striker who usually hits a decent ball and Kimball took care of his chance," Gardiner coach Casey Johnson said. "He had three chances earlier but he finished well."

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Field Hockey: Hill's 2 goals help Ramblers to win

Sport: Field Hockey  Posted: September 24th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

BY MATT DIFILIPPO, Staff Writer

WINTHROP -- Especially in the first half, Winthrop flashed the form Wednesday afternoon that has carried it to an unblemished record. With only a few exceptions, Hall-Dale did not flash the form that has the Bulldogs on track for a playoff spot.

Thanks to its brilliant start, Winthrop scored less than two minutes into the game and had three goals by halftime. The Ramblers took it from there, coasting to a 3-0 victory to run their record to 8-0-0.

"The first half, we came out intense, put a lot of pressure on them on offense," Winthrop coach Sharon Coulton said. "We were very good at cutting off their passes. We had some people who were just moving phenomenally. Sarah Warner, she seemed to be everywhere."

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Boys Soccer: Black Bears hand Raiders 1st loss

Sport: Soccer ( Boys)  Posted: September 24th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

BY DAVE MCLAUGHLIN, Correspondent

WALES -- The strategy was simple: Be the first to the ball on defense and apply as much pressure as possible on offense. The idea was to force a mistake, take advantage and walk away with a win.

Wednesday afternoon, the Maranacook boys soccer team got just one good chance and the Black Bears were all over it, taking a 1-0 win over previously unbeaten Oak Hill in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B game.

Maranacook improved to 6-1-1, while Oak Hill dipped to 6-1-0. It is the only time the two teams will meet during the regular season.

"Oak Hill is a really good team," Maranacook coach Don Beckwith said. "They remind me of the old Georges Valley (perennial Class C powerhouse) teams. They play good hard soccer."

Beckwith and Oak Hill coach Joe Fletcher could be heard consistently imploring their respective players to be the "first to the ball." Maranacook's Jon Findlay gave that extra effort at the right moment and the resulting play produced the game-winning goal.

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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Schools find way to curb soaring costs of games under lights

Sport: Football  Posted: September 24th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

BY BILL STEWART, Staff Writer

It's 20 minutes before the 7 p.m. kickoff against visiting Waterville, and Hoch Field isn't fully illuminated.

No, there isn't a malfunction, and, yes, Gardiner Area High School paid its electric bill.

So why is the field only mostly -- and not fully -- lit?

"There is a little bit of savings by not turning them all on at once," Gardiner athletic director Jeff Turnbull said. "It's not a lot, but enough."

As budgets continue to shrink and the economy meanders toward recovery, schools are constantly looking for ways to save money.

One way is through electricity usage, particularly on athletic fields.

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H.S. FIELD HOCKEY NOTEBOOK: Big game on tap for Gardiner

Sport: Field Hockey  Posted: September 24th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

BY MATT DIFILIPPO, Staff Writer

It looked like an interesting matchup in preseason, and there's still anticipation for today's Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B field hockey game between Nokomis and visiting Gardiner. The Tigers are 8-0, Nokomis is 7-1, and they're 1-2 in the Eastern B Heal points.

"I definitely am expecting a big game," Gardiner coach Moe McNally said. "I haven't seen them yet, but I think it might be a test of our defense, which is our strength, against their offense, which seems to be their strength."

"It's one of those games that you like to have on your schedule," Nokomis coach Katie Thompson added, "because you know it's going to be a challenge, and it's going to be close."
 
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Boys Soccer: Resilient Mount View beats Medomak to stay unbeaten

Sport: Soccer ( Boys)  Posted: September 24th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

By Ernie Clark
BDN Staff

THORNDIKE, Maine — A 2-2 tie at Maranacook of Readfield earlier this week confirmed Mount View High School’s status among the top boys soccer teams in the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B ranks.

But the Mustangs’ 6-1 victory over Medomak Valley of Waldoboro on Wednesday helped erase a bad memory.

“We lost to Medomak three times last year, and at home it was 4-0,” said Mount View senior Justin Roberts-Pierel. “They also beat us with 53 seconds left in our playoff game, so we were excited to beat them.”
 
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Girls Soccer: Myerowitz, McGuire spark John Bapst win

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 24th, 2009 by Tom Nolette

By Ryan McLaughlin
BDN Staff


DOVER-FOXCROFT, Maine — His offense stricken with injuries, John Bapst girls soccer coach Gary Sinclair knows that scoring balance up front is going to be pivotal for the next couple weeks.

The Crusaders provided plenty of it Wednesday afternoon, as Jordan Myerowitz and Casey McGuire scored two goals apiece with Jenny Kane adding another as the Crusaders from Bangor blanked Foxcroft Academy 5-0.

Bapst, which is missing offensive threats Kirsty Moriarty (knee) and Sierra Pierce (ankle), dominated the midfield from start to finish and had a decisive edge in ball possession.

Myerowitz, a senior forward who primarily plays in the midfield or back line, got the scoring started 3:08 into the match, as she emerged unmarked in the center of the penalty area and one-touched a pass from Kristyn Gerow.
 
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Your Recaps for September 22

Sport: Soccer ( Boys)  Posted: September 23rd, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Houlton 2, Schenck 0
At East Millinocket, Gary Fowler netted two goals as Houlton shut out Schenck.
Jimmy Fitzpatrick grabbed an assist for the 5-0-2 Shiretowners. Jared Tapley made one save on two shots.
Ryan Thompson stopped 10 of 13 shots for the 1-5 Wolverines.

Bangor 5, Lawrence 0
At Bangor, Cody Cormier and Brian Loiselle notched two goals apiece to power the undefeated Rams by Lawrence of Fairfield.
Luke Hetterman added a goal for 6-0 Bangor. Nick George posted two assists while Bud Angst stopped all four shots he faced.
Codey Sabian made nine saves on 35 shots for 1-5 Lawrence.
JV: Bangor 2-1

Ellsworth 4, George Stevens 0
At Ellsworth, Kyle Haslam tallied two goals as Ellsworth shut out George Stevens Academy.
Zach Emeigh and Drew Barkhouse each added a goal for 6-0-1 Ellsworth. Jordan Carter and Sage Dyer each grabbed an assist. Carter made five saves on seven shots.
Benjamin Olivari stopped 14 of 36 shots for 3-3 George Stevens.

DI-Stonington 2, Sumner 0
At East Sullivan, Jay Boyce and Toby Schulze scored the only goals of the game to lead the Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners past Sumner.
Joe Carter made seven saves on 10 shots for the 4-1 Mariners.
Brendan Kenney saved 16 of 26 shots for the 3-4 Tigers.

Bucksport 10, Searsport 0
At Searsport, Jon Grindle netted three goals while Cody Forrell and Augusto Felippe had two apiece as Bucksport rolled.
Chris Chaffe, Tyler Albee and Troy Vincent added a goal apiece for the 2-4 Golden Bucks. Evan Seekins had six saves on eight shots.
Austin Bean saved 22 of 35 shots for 0-6 Searsport.

Dexter 1, Piscataquis 0
At Guilford, Casey Jordan scored the only goal of the game with 15:38 remaining in the first half to lead Dexter by Piscataquis of Guilford.
Ryan Wilks provided the assist on the winning goal for the Tigers. Nathan Wyman stopped 15 of 21 shots.
Eric Moore made 22 saves on 26 shots for Piscataquis.

John Bapst 2, Foxcroft 1
At Dover-Foxcroft, Lucas Wardell provided the winning margin, scoring with 12:40 left in the first half, to lift John Bapst by Foxcroft Academy.
Ricky Jones added an unassisted goal in the first half for the Crusaders of Bangor. Mike Keim made 13 saves on 14 shots.
Alex Gray scored for Foxcroft Academy in the first half. Hadi El Rabbat stopped six of eight shots.

Orono 1, Old Town 0
At Old Town, Miguel Caballero scored 1:26 into the game to lift Orono past Old Town.
Miguel’s brother Alex assisted on the goal while A.J. Coleman saved all 15 shots for the 7-0 Red Riots.
Lee Larry saved six of eight shots for 3-3 Old Town.
JV: Orono 3-1

Penquis 4, Bangor Christian 2
At Milo, four different players scored goals for Penquis in the win.
Jason Durant, Jesse McLaughlin, Taylor Delano and Justin Artus scored with Lucas Grinnell and Philip Larrabee grabbing assists for the 4-2-1 Patriots. Richie Russell saved six of nine shots.
Zach Sirois and Brad Wilcox scored for 5-1 Bangor Christian. Tyler Alexander stopped eight of 20 shots.

Greenville 5, Valley 0
At Bingham, Tony DiAngelo scored two goals and tallied an assist to lead Greenville by Valley.
Tristan Richards netted two goals for the 2-3 Lakers. Kevin Stafford chipped in with a goal while Cory Henderson made nine saves on 12 shots.
Chris Bean stopped 12 of 19 shots for 0-5 Valley.

PVHS 6, Mattanawcook 0
At Lincoln, David Hallett and Tyler Brzowski scored two goals apiece to power Penobscot Valley of Howland by Mattanawcook Academy.
Charlie Gardner posted a goal and two assists for the 6-0 Howlers. Greg Rowley added a goal while Jake Jones stopped eight of 12 shots.
John French and Tyler Wakefield combined for 23 saves on 44 shots.
JV: PVHS 4-0

Hermon 4, Central 0
At Hermon, Kevin Frederick scored a goal in each half to spark the Hawks to victory.
Colton Gross contributed a goal and an assist for 2-4 Hermon, while Jesse Graffam scored on a direct kick. Justin Cullens made nine saves on 18 shots.
Cole Haskell registered 17 saves on 33 shots for 0-5 Central of Corinth.
JV: Hermon 8-0

Edward Little 3, Cony 1
AUGUSTA - Brandon Lever netted a goal in each half as Edward Little hustled to a 3-1 victory over Cony in KVAC boys' soccer action Tuesday.

Cam Iver also tallied for the Red Eddies (4-0-2), while Nate Blais and Tyler Shennett were credited with assists. Ian Dollen-Olivito made four saves for EL to notch the win.

Sean Murphey scored the lone goal for Cony (1-5) with an assist from Dustin Dang.

Dan Couvarette turned aside 10 shots between the posts for Cony.

Erskine 2, Oxford Hills 1
SOUTH PARIS - Tom Grady booted a clean shot into the net with 23 minutes left in regulation to lift Erskine to a 2-1 victory over Oxford Hills in KVAC boys' soccer action Tuesday.

Collin Tucker gave the Vikings (1-5) a 1-0 advantage in the first half. Jacob Miller tied it up for Erskine with an unassisted goal just five minutes into the second frame.

Justin Marcellino made 17 saves for Erskine to notch the win, while Matt McVety turned aside 13 shots in net for Oxford Hills.

Lewiston 1, Mt. Ararat 1
TOPSHAM - The Lewiston and Mt. Ararat boys' soccer squads hustled up and down the field, yet wound up with a 1-1 deadlock after two overtime periods Tuesday.

Ali Hersi gave the Blue Devils (3-1-2) a 1-0 advantage with 11 minutes left in regulation with assists from J.J. Musse and Shobow Saban.

Tyler Pelletier tied it up at 1-1 when he scored on a rebound off the Lewiston goalie's chest.

Chris Jacques made five saves between the posts for Lewiston, while Nate Bryant turned back seven shots for the Eagles (2-1-3).
Lewiston outshot their opponents 13-9 but could not seal the deal in overtime.

Greely 4, Poland 0
POLAND - Matt Ingram recorded two goals and an assist to lead Greely to a 4-0 blanking over Poland in WMC boys' soccer action Tuesday.

Ingram scored both of the Rangers' (5-1) first half goals. Austin Spencer and Shane Ross provided second half tallies for Greely.
Goalie Mike Littlefield made 17 saves for the Patriots (0-5), while goalie Patrick Blum turned away eight shots to earn the win in net for Greely.

Messalonskee 6, Skowhegan 1
Beksultan Ibraimov scored a hat trick as the Eagles won a KVAC A game in Oakland.

Keegan McPherson, Nate Snow and Jacob Erskine also scored for Messalonskee (3-3-0). Snow and Nate DelGiudice chipped in with an assist each. Andrew Wilson earned the win with three saves.

Aaron Dufour scored and Nick McCann had 13 saves for Skowhegan (0-6-0).

South Portland 4, Marshwood 3
SOUTH BERWICK — Graham Young and Damjan Draskovic scored in the first six minutes of the second half Tuesday and South Portland held on for a 4-3 victory against Marshwood in a Southern Maine Activities Association schoolboy soccer game.

The early second-half goals gave the Red Riots (3-1-1) a 4-1 lead.

South Portland rallied from a 1-0 deficit to take a 2-1 halftime lead on goals by Nemanja Kaurin and Akeeba Davis.

Jimmy Woodsum, Ben Yarian and Chris Wild scored for Marshwood (2-4).

Yarmouth 5, Fryeburg 0
Luke Pierce had two goals and an assist as the Clippers (4-0-1) beat the Raiders (1-2) at Fryeburg.

Campbell Belisle-Haley added two goals and Chris Knaub had two assists. Rich Miller had four saves for Fryeburg.

Freeport1, Sacopee Valley  0
Jack Dawe scored early in the second half and Sean Enking made five saves for the shutout as the Falcons (1-4-1) downed the Hawks (0-5) at Freeport.

Dawe broke free and beat Sacopee goalie Josh Benson, who finished with 12 saves.

Windham 4, Biddeford 0

Patrick Ciez scored twice and Nick Taylor made three saves for the shutout as the Eagles (5-1) downed the Tigers (1-5) at Biddeford.

Dylan King and Adam Szklany added a goal apiece for Windham, which led 3-0 at halftime.

Evan McBreairty stopped 13 shots for Biddeford.

Cape Elizabeth 4, Lake Region 0
Brock Barritt scored three goals in the first half as the Capers (4-2) downed the Lakers (2-3-2) at Cape Elizabeth.

Cam Brown and Jack Fisher combined for two saves and the shutout.

Matt Langadas had eight saves for Lake Region.

Portland 1, Sanford 1
Eli Desrochers scored on a penalty kick midway through the second half for the Redskins (1-4-1), and Fazal Nabi tied it four minutes later for Portland (2-2-2) at Sanford.

Dave Webb made 31 saves for Sanford.

Jason Knight stopped seven shots for Portland.

Brunswick 6, Morse 0
Scott Jarosz scored three goals for the Dragons (5-1) against the Shipbuilders (1-5) at Bath.

Pete Morrell added a goal and an assist, Nick Henshaw and Connor Kelly also scored, and Matt Kasabian had two assists. Charles Spears recorded 10 saves for Morse.

Thornton Academy 2, Massabesic 2
Christian Letourneau set up Drew Landry midway through the first half, then scored 12 minutes into the second to give Thornton Academy (0-5-1) a 2-0 lead against the Mustangs (0-5-1) at Waterboro.

Kyle Lambertson countered for Massabesic midway through the second half and David Chaves tied it with nine minutes to play in regulation.

Falmouth 14, Wells 0
Gabe Hoffman-Johnson scored four goals and Sam White added three as the Yachtsmen (4-0-1) handled the Warriors (0-4) at Wells.

Gorham 3, Deering 2
Colin Lubelczyk scored twice, and Connor Bell had a goal and an assist as Gorham (5-1) beat visiting Deering (2-3-1).

Sam Coyne and Alex Rodriguez scored for Deering.

Bonny Eagle 0, Kennebunk 0

Lincoln Sanborn stopped eight shots for Bonny Eagle (3-2-1) and Spencer Pope made seven saves for the Rams (4-1-1) at Kennebunk.

Cheverus 2, Noble 1
Thomas Mourmouras scored twice in the second half as the Stags (5-1) downed the Knights (0-6) at North Berwick.

Game recaps courtesy of:
Bangor Daily News  
Fosters
Kennebec Journal 
Lewiston Sun Journal 
Portland Press Herald 
Seacoast Online 
Times Record 
Waterville Sentinel

Your Recaps for September 22

Sport: Field Hockey  Posted: September 23rd, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Mount View 2, Waterville 0
At Thorndike, Alonia Horton scored a goal and grabbed an assist to lead Mount View by Waterville.
Cheyenne Dyer added a goal for the Mustangs. Hayleigh Kein tallied an assist. Rebecca Kimball stopped all four shots she faced.
Grace Gould made seven saves on nine shots for the Panthers.
JV: 1-1

Bangor 4, Cony 1

At Bangor, Alexis Casey and Emily Chick each scored a goal and grabbed an assist to propel Bangor by Cony.
Ashley Higgins and Breianna Tocci each added a goal for Bangor. Tynesha Dias had an assist while Melissa Mower made five saves on six shots.
Ashley Charron scored for Cony in the first half. Abi Bare stopped 10 of 15 shots.
JV: Bangor 2-1

Nokomis 1, Belfast 0
At Newport, Marissa Shaw scored on a penalty stroke with 11:05 remaining in the first half, accounting for the game’s only scoring.
Maria Adams made three saves on three shots for the 7-1 Warriors.
Paxton Mohney made seven saves on eight shots for 5-2 Belfast.
JV: 0-0

Foxcroft Acad. 2, Stearns 0
At Dover-Foxcroft, sophomore goalie Cassie Curtis notched her fourth shutout this season by saving the only shot she faced for the Foxcroft Academy Ponies.
Kelsey Boss had a goal and an assist to lead the 4-3 Ponies’ offense. Sabrina Sharrow scored a goal and Mariah Arno had an assist.
For 4-2 Stearns of Millinocket, Kirsten Marter made 12 saves on 14 shots.
JV: Foxcroft 3-1

Dexter 2, Orono 1
At Dexter, Lisa Conway’s goal off a Crissy Mountain assist with 12:22 left in the game gave the Tigers the win over the visiting Orono Red Riots.
For the 6-1 Tigers, Katie Eastman scored on a Cally Mountain assist. Maicee Gustin made five saves on eight shots.
For the 4-3 Riots, Jill Tuell scored an unassisted goal and Amber Saucier saved four of 11 shots.
JV: Dexter 7-0

Brewer 1, Lawrence 1 (2OT)
At Brewer, Delaney Turner’s unassisted goal with 10:06 left in the second half rallied Brewer to a tie with Lawrence of Fairfield through two overtimes.
Kayla Robinson gave Lawrence a 1-0 lead on an assist from Danielle Armour with 24:14 left in the opening half.
Angela Patterson made eight saves on nine shots for 4-3-1 Brewer.
Emily Lambert made 15 saves on 19 shots for 1-5-1 Lawrence.
JV: Lawrence 2-1

MCI 3, Camden Hills 2
At Camden Hills, Leah Edmondson scored two goals, including the game-winner with 22:16 remaining, to lift Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield past Camden Hills.
Kassie Brunette added an unassisted goal for the 3-4 Huskies. Kayla Michaud made seven saves on nine shots.
Monica Doucette and Maci Heal each scored a goal for the 2-5 Windjammers. Sarah Nason blocked two of five shots.
JV: Camden Hills 2-1

Leavitt 2, Winslow 2
TURNER - Despite a late-game rally by Winslow, Leavitt held on for a 3-2 victory in a KVAC field hockey matchup Tuesday.

Kylie Vincent gave the Hornets (4-3) a 1-0 advantage with an unassisted first-half goal. Emily Murphy made it 2-0 at the 8:23 mark with assists from MyKayla McCann and Casey Fichter. Murphy tallied what proved the game-winner with 12:13 left in regulation.

Jen Poulin scored both goals for the Black Raiders (3-4), while Sara Jackson made 11 saves in net. Taylor Eells turned back 16 shots between the posts for Leavitt.

Boothbay 3, St. Dom's 0
AUBURN - Lindsey Marden led a trio of players to record second-half goals as Boothbay hustled to a 3-0 victory over St. Dom's on Tuesday in an MVC field hockey contest Tuesday.

Sarah Caron and Christian Bailey also tallied for the  Seahawksto complete the scoring. Madison McCarthy made six saves for Boothbay to notch the win.

Jenna Fongemie turned aside five shots between the posts for st. Dom's.

Morse 1, Oxford Hills 0, 2OT
BATH - Lauren Hixon took a cross from Lisett Anderson and rattled the back of the cage with four minutes left in overtime to lift previously winless Morse to a 1-0 win over Oxford Hills in a KVAC field hockey showdown Tuesday.

Alejandra Rodrique stopped six shots to earn the shutout victory for the Shipbuilders (1-6), who next play at Lewiston on Thursday.

Mariah Kimball stopped eight Morse shots for Oxford Hills (5-2) while the Shipbuilders outshot the Vikings 11-8. Morse also held a 12-1 advantage in penalty corners.

Messalonskee 2, Edward Little 0
AUBURN - Holly Oliver scored two unassisted goals in the first half as Messalonskee (7-1) clung to a 2-0 victory against Edward Little  (2-6) in a field hockey game Tuesday.

Oliver's first-half girls held up as Messalonskee dominated the field, outshooting the Red Eddies, 22-1, and taking the advantage in corners at 13-1.

Messalonskee goalie had an easy night in net, making just one save. Kayla Cummings, on the hand, made 18 saves for EL.

Rockland 4, Oak Hill 3, OT
ROCKLAND - Madison Sturks flicked the game-winning goal past the goalie in overtime to lift Rockland to a 4-3 triumph over Oak Hill in KVAC field hockey action Tuesday.

The Raiders (2-5) tied the game twice in the second half, eventually forcing overtime. On a breakaway down the left wing, Monica Grass managed to push the ball into the middle where her sister, Emily Grass, converted a game-tying goal with 23 seconds remaining in regulation for the Tigers (2-4).

Following an injury and with three minutes elapsed in the overtime frame, Allison Ward broke through the Oak Hill defenses. She then drove the ball hard down the middle before passing off to Sturks. 

Gardiner 2, Hampden 0
HAMPDEN -- Katie Schide had a goal and an assist to lead Gardiner to a 2-0 win against Hampden in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B field hockey game Tuesday.

Marissa Lawrence scored the first goal for the Tigers (8-0) off an assist from Schide. Kashley Weymouth assisted Schide's goal. Katlyn Morissette made one save. The shutout was the sixth of the season for Gardiner, whose opponents have only had six shots on goal through eight games.

Mel Parker stopped 13 shots for Hampden (2-5).

Erskine 5, Lincoln 0
Meg Kothman had a goal and an assist to lead the Eagles to their first win of the season in a KVAC Class B game in Newcastle.

Kaci Hudson, Marissa Jordan, Erica Plato and Meg Wright also scored for Erskine (1-6-0). Tabatha Plourde made seven saves. Erin Dodge stopped 27 shots for Lincoln (0-7-0).
 
Westbrook 2, Gorham 0
WESTBROOK — Chelsea Black and Carly Perkins scored Tuesday to give unbeaten Gorham a 2-0 victory against Westbrook in a Southern Maine Activities Association field hockey game.

Hannah Prince and Katherine Whitehead assisted Perkins' goal midway through the second half for Gorham (7-0).

Emily Southard had seven saves for the shutout.

Lizzie Conley had 13 saves for Westbrook (4-3).
 
Thornton Academy 2, Kennebunk 1
Christine Kirby scored her second goal of the game with 3:36 left in the second overtime to lift the Trojans (4-3) over the Rams (4-4) at Kennebunk.

After a scoreless first half, the Rams opened the scoring on a goal by Brooke Worcester from Jenn Davis and Jill Doody. Kirby tied it less than a minute later.

Scarborough 10, Massabesic 1
Brittany Ross had three goals, and Ashley Anastoff and Rachel Millet added two apiece as the Red Storm (7-0) cruised past the Mustangs (1-6) at Waterboro.

Taylor Bergeron scored for Massabesic at 16:26 of the first half, making it 2-1.

Windham 3, Deering 2
Sarah Skvorak's close-in shot found the corner of the net 43 seconds into the second overtime, lifting Windham (4-2) over the Rams (4-4) at Portland.

Monique Guimond of Deering and Molly Mevetly of Windham exchanged first-half goals. Carly Grondin's goal gave Windham a 2-1 lead early in the second half, but Jay Farrell tied it with 23 minutes to play in regulation.

Sanford 4, McAuley 0

Jordon Braiser scored twice as the Redskins (3-2) beat McAuley (0-7) at Sanford.

Jen Livingston and Krystal Walsh also scored.

Marshwood 1, South Portland 0
Sasha Bland scored for the Hawks (3-5) with 8:33 left to beat the Red Riots (2-5) at South Portland.

Game recaps courtesy of:
Bangor Daily News  
Fosters
Kennebec Journal 
Lewiston Sun Journal 
Portland Press Herald 
Seacoast Online 
Times Record 
Waterville Sentinel

Your Recaps for September 22

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Posted: September 23rd, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Houlton 2, Schenck 1 (OT)
At East Millinocket, Abby Kinens netted an unassisted goal with 3:08 left in the first overtime to give the Shiretowners the win.
Kristina Jamo had scored three minutes into the second half with an assist from Laura Nicholson for Schenck before Vanessa Sanderson tied it up for Houlton with 11:19 to play.
Madison Lezotte had 17 saves on 19 shots for the 6-1 Shiretowners and Leann Toothaker 22 on 27 for 3-2-1 Schenck.

Woodland 3, Shead 1
At Eastport, Anne Refsdal scored two goals in the second half and had an assist to spark Woodland by Shead.
Molly White scored in the first half for the 5-2 Dragons. Kelsey Worden made seven saves on 14 shots.
Vanessa Patterson scored for 2-4 Shead on an assist from Jenny Cushing. Cassandra Stanhope stopped 19 of 23 shots.

Greenville 4, Valley 1

At Bingham, McKenna Peat scored two goals to propel Greenville by Valley.
Nikki Hamilton and Sierra Chapman each added a goal for the 4-1 Lakers. Gretel Breton tallied an assist. Sidney Richardson stopped nine of 12 shots.
Hannah Belanger scored for 2-3 Valley. Torie Costello made 18 saves on 25 shots.

Hampden 6, Brewer 1
At Brewer, Ashley Danforth netted two goals to spark Hampden by Brewer.
Michaela Stephenson had a goal and two assists for the 2-3-1 Broncos. Chelsea Kuzio and Sarah Lamberton each had a goal and an assist. Anna Michaud chipped in with a goal while Sammy Utecht and Whitney Moore each had an assist. Julia Snyder stopped two of three shots.
Melanie Judkins scored for 1-5 Brewer on an assist from Nicole Murphy. Missy Thompson and Hannah Simmons combined for seven saves on 13 shots.
JV: Hampden 6-0

Bangor 3, Lawrence 0
At Fairfield, Eliza Estabrook scored a pair of first-half goals as the undefeated Rams ran their record to 6-0. Annie McKay assisted on Estabrook’s first goal while Megan Doucette added an unassisted tally in the second for 6-0 Bangor. Mia Smith made nine saves on 10 shots for her third shutout of the season.
Jess Poulin had six saves on 24 shots for 3-3 Lawrence.
JV: Bangor 8-0

Waterville 5, Mt. Blue 1
FARMINGTON - Jordan Pellerin scored four goals Tuesday to lead Waterville to a 5-1 rout over Mt. Blue in a KVAC girls' soccer matchup.

Hannah Jaber also tallied for the Panthers (4-1-1) to complete the scoring. The Cougars (2-3-1) jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first half, then saw the tides turn as Waterville exploded for five goals in the second frame. Cara Rousseau made three saves in net for Waterville to record the win.

Marlie Mochamer scored the lone goal for Mt. Blue with an assist from McKenzie Thompson.

Cony 1, Edward Little 0
AUBURN - Olivia Boivin took a cross to center and worked her way through a mess in front of the net just 3:21 into the game to lift Cony to a 1-0 victory over Edward Little in a KVAC girls' soccer action.

Amy Jones needed only four saves in net for the Rams (3-3) to notch the shutout.

Kirsten Prue handled netkeeping duties for the Red Eddies (3-2-1), finishing with 16 saves.

Mt. Abram 3, Jay/LF 1
LIVERMORE FALLS - Mt. Abram received goals for three different players to knock Jay/Livermore Falls from the unbeaten ranks with a 3-1 victory on Tuesday.

Kylie Rolbiecki curled in a corner kick to give the Roadrunners (3-2-1) a 1-0 advantage at the half. Emily Luce and Helena Willaims also scored for Mt. Abram.

After Jay/LF (4-1-1) cut the defict to 2-1 on Beth Moore's goal with nine minutes to play, the Wildcats had the opportunity to tie the game four minutes later, but could not convert the breakaway attempt.

Katie Beaulieu had six saves for Jay/LF, while Jillian Withee made five saves for the Roadrunners.

Richmond 3, Rangeley 0
RANGELEY - Noelle Acord scored a pair of goals to lead Richmond to a 3-0 victory over Rangeley in EWC girls' soccer action Tuesday.

The Lakers (3-2-1) played hard in the first half, keeping the Bobcats (4-0) to a single tally. But, the Lakers ran out of steam in the second frame, allowing Acord and Danica Hurley to post two more goals for Richmond.

Goalie Emily Carrier made 13 saves for Rangeley in the losing effort.

Oxford Hills 1, Erskine 1, 2OT
Brooke Glidden scored 32 minutes into the first half as the Eagles salvaged a KVAC Class A tie in South China.

Amy Phillips assisted the goal for Erskine (0-4-2). Jessica Southern made 18 saves.

Caitlin Hanley scored for Oxford Hills (0-5-1). Samantha Hatch made 23 saves.

Messalonskee 2, Skowhegan 0
Hannah Dexter and Ariana Perry each scored to lead the visiting Eagles to the KVAC Class A win.

Sarah Jacques made three saves for the Eagles (4-1-1) while Sam Gray stopped 14 shots for the Indians (0-6-0).

Bonny Eagle 4, Kennebunk 2
STANDISH — Kaye Boyer scored on a penalty kick in the second half to break a 2-2 tie and Bonny Eagle defeated Kennebunk 4-2 on Tuesday in a Southern Maine Activities Association schoolgirl soccer game.

Marla Kepron and Boyer scored as the Scots (2-4) opened a 2-0 halftime lead before Alex Leonardi and Camille Auger scored to tie the game.

Boyer added a third goal and Kari Christensen made four saves. Katie Kelley had seven saves for the Rams (2-4).

Marshwood 0, Deering 0
Jennifer Lynch made 10 saves for the Rams (3-2-1) and Chelsea Watson stopped six shots for Marshwood (2-2-1) in a scoreless tie at Portland.

Freeport 2, Sacopee Valley 2
Emily Lane had two goals in the final 10 minutes of regulation to help Sacopee Valley (2-3-1) tie the Falcons (1-5-1) at South Hiram.
Naomi Otis scored for Freeport in the first half and Allyson Fuehrer made it 2-0 with 20 minutes left in the second.

Sanford 0, Portland 0
Michelle Jacques made nine saves for Sanford and Mashale Nabi had five for the Bulldogs in a scoreless tie at Portland.

Cape Elizabeth 2, Lake Region 1
Maddie Riker scored the tying goal midway through the second half and the winning goal with 1:04 remaining in overtime, lifting the Capers (4-1-2) over Lake Region (2-4) at Naples.

Meghan Craffey scored on a penalty kick to give the Lakers an early 1-0 lead; Chelsea Myers had 20 saves.
Lexi Weatherbie had seven saves for Cape Elizabeth.

Cheverus 5, Noble 3
Amanda Royer scored two goals as the Stags (5-0-1) pulled away from the Knights (1-5) midway through the second half at North Berwick.

Darby Rawcliffe, Grace Fitzpatrick and Ashley Giddinge each added one goal for Cheverus.
Noble tied the game, 2-2, on goals by Nicole Lanoie and Emma Pooler.

Falmouth 7, Wells 0
Allie Lycan scored a pair of first-half goals as the Yachtsmen (4-0-2) built a 6-0 halftime lead and cruised past the Warriors (0-5) at Falmouth.

Gorham 6, MCAuley 0

Kirsten Turner scored three goals to lead the Rams (4-1-1) past the Lions (2-4) at Portland.
Molly Miller had 19 saves for McAuley.

Greely 3, Poland 0
Kelly Burrell scored twice in the second half as the Rangers (5-0-1) shut out the Knights (1-3-1) at Cumberland.
Samantha St. Pierre had 17 saves for Poland.

Windham 4, Biddeford 1
Amber Allen scored on Riley McCarthy's corner kick to break a 1-1 tie with 29:45 left in the first half as the Eagles (3-2) beat Biddeford (1-5) in Windham.
Jenna Roy gave the Tigers a 1-0 lead 24 seconds into the game, and Bebe Butts scored the tying goal.

Yarmouth 3, Fryeburg Academy 0
Natalie Salmon scored the go-ahead goal midway through the first half and the Clippers (4-1-1) beat Fryeburg (3-3) at Yarmouth.
Danielle Torres and Tess Merrill added second-half goals.

MT. Ararat 5, Lewiston 0
Haley Michaud had two goals to lead Mt. Ararat (4-2) to a win at Lewiston (0-1-5).

Traip Academy 3, OOB 1
Kaytie Ziegler had two goals and Carley O'Brien scored once to lead the Rangers (1-4) past the Seagulls (2-4) at Kittery.
Kirsten Sevigny scored for OOB on an assist from Victoria Bryan.

Game recaps courtesy of:
Bangor Daily News  
Fosters
Kennebec Journal 
Lewiston Sun Journal 
Portland Press Herald 
Seacoast Online 
Times Record 
Waterville Sentinel

Field Hockey: Five straight for Falcons

Sport: Field Hockey  Posted: September 23rd, 2009 by Tom Nolette

By Bob Conn, Times Record Staff
 
Freeport field hockey rolls to 4-0 win

FREEPORT — For the first 15 minutes of Monday’s Western Maine Conference field hockey contest between Freeport and Traip, the host Falcons had trouble just getting out of their defensive zone, much less putting offensive pressure on the Rangers’ net.

Freeport coach Sara Dimick called a timeout, not to yell, but to remind her team “to focus and play your game.”

Her words of wisdom seemed to inspire the Falcons, who came out and immediately applied pressure en route to a 4-0 victory.

The win, Freeport’s fifth straight, gives the Falcons a 5-1 mark with a road trip to Poland set for Wednesday, while Traip drops to 1-5.

 
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Boys' Soccer: Flyers muster a comeback

Sport: Soccer ( Boys)  Posted: September 23rd, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Waynflete overcomes a 2-1 deficit to beat North Yarmouth Academy 4-2 and remain unbeaten.

By EARL SWINSON, Special to the Press Herald


YARMOUTH — Tucker Geoffroy had two goals as Waynflete rallied past North Yarmouth Academy 4-2 Tuesday in a Western Maine Conference boys' soccer game.

The Flyers (4-0-1) trailed 2-1 late in the first half before Daniel Mitchell, who had a goal and two assists, brought the ball over midfield and sent a perfect through pass toward the net.

Geoffroy got behind the defense and beat goalie Dylan Seely to the ball, scoring the tying goal with 2:57 left in the half.

"Playing two games against good teams in less than 24 hours is tough, and it took us a half to relax and get our game going," said Waynflete Coach Brandon Salway, whose team beat Gray-New Gloucester 2-0 on Monday.

 
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Boys Soccer: Save saves the day as Scarborough keeps on winning

Sport: Soccer ( Boys)  Posted: September 23rd, 2009 by Tom Nolette

A penalty-kick save stops Westbrook and extends a two-year soccer win streak to 24.

By RACHEL LENZI, Staff Writer

SCARBOROUGH — A pair of goals was more than enough Tuesday night for the Scarborough boys' soccer team in a 2-0 victory against Westbrook.

But it was a diving save late in the game that finally put the Red Storm at ease.

With less than 14 minutes left, Westbrook was awarded a penalty kick when the Red Storm were called for a handball inside the box.

Brad Stiles lined up to take the kick. Scarborough goalie Tennessee Peters dove to his right and the ball bounced off his hands and out of bounds behind the goal.

"That was huge," said Austin Downing, who had a goal for the Red Storm. "If they score that, then they would have had a lot more enthusiasm, but that was just huge. It kept our team on top."

If Stiles had scored, the momentum would have shifted.

Westbrook Coach Tim Gillis could only speculate what may have happened had Peters not stopped the shot, one of his seven saves.



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Field Hockey: (York) Five shutouts in six games for defending champs

Sport: Field Hockey  Posted: September 23rd, 2009 by Tom Nolette

Wildcats keep on winning
 
By Jay pinsonnault
jpinsonnault@seacoastonline.com

Six games, six victories, five shutouts.

The York High School field hockey team continued its undefeated season with a 2-0 victory at Lake Region on Monday in a Western Maine Class B contest.

"We've had some good games, but today's game was a little rough," York head coach Barb Marois said. "It wasn't our best effort, but sometimes that happens. Thankfully, we were still able to come away with a win. Hopefully, we can learn and grow from today's game."

Cari Posternak gave the Wildcats a 1-0 lead with 10 minutes left in the first half, with Kellee Cribby and Ali Graziano assisting.

Hannah Keating gave York a two-goal on a penalty stroke with 11:30 left in regulation.

Freshman goalie Amanda Kasbohm had four saves, posting her fifth shutout of the season.

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