Cen. Aroostook 7, Van Buren 0
At Van Buren, Central Aroostook of Mars Hill erupted with seven goals in the second half as the Panthers shut out the Crusaders.
Dan Brewer scored three goals while Manny Martinez tallied two goals and an assist. Logan Thomas and Brandon York each added a goal while Garret Styles and Zack Stetson each had an assist. Lucas Roy made eight saves on 17 shots for the 6-3-1 Panthers.
Ross Grass stopped seven of nine shots for 1-6 Van Buren.
Easton 2, East Grand 0
At Danforth, Brad Trask and Luke Boudreau each netted a goal as Easton blanked East Grand.
Cody Tompkins made five saves on seven shots for the 9-2 Bears.
Abe Brittain stopped 38 of 47 shots for the 0-1 Vikings.
Caribou 5, Foxcroft 0
At Caribou, Cameron Anderson scored three goals as the Vikings shut out Foxcroft Academy.
Ethan McDuffie had a goal and an assist for 2-1-1 Caribou. Chad McCarthy scored a goal as Phil St. Peter and Nick James provided assists. Eric Brown stopped two of five shots.
Jamie Lee made four saves on 14 shots for 0-1 Foxcroft Academy.
Narraguagus 4, Sumner 0
At East Sullivan, Nate Best netted three goals to power Narraguagus of Harrington to the shutout over Sumner.
Jeremy Look added a goal for Narraguagus. Brenden Tenney made seven saves on 10 shots for the 1-0 Knights.
Mike Crowley stopped 16 of 22 shots for 0-1 Sumner.
Machias 5, Calvary Chapel 1
At Machias, Matt Little and Jacob Stevens scored two goals apiece to spark Machias by Calvary Chapel Christian of Orrington.
Jake Dahl posted a goal and three assists for Machias. Michael Jenkins stopped four of seven shots for the 1-0 Bulldogs.
Stephen Brenyi netted a goal for Calvary Chapel while Devan Warman made 12 saves on 24 shots for the 0-1 Sabers.
MDI 2, Old Town 0
At Bar Harbor, Iz Ward scored an unassisted goal with four minutes remaining in the first half to help push Mount Desert Island past Old Town.
Abe Gladstone added an insurance goal off a Tyler Steel assist with nine minutes left in regulation for the 1-0 Trojans. Ben Cummings blocked five of six shots.
Lee Larry made six saves on 10 shots for 0-1 Old Town.
JV: MDI 3-1
Greenville 3, Buckfield 2
At Buckfield, Richie Chilson scored two goals to lift Greenville over Buckfield.
Tony DiAngelo had a goal and an assist for 1-0 Greenville. Evan Bickford assisted DiAn-gelo’s goal. Alex Jardine stopped 17 of 22 shots.
Aaron Dewitt scored off a Cam Allen assist for 0-1 Buck-field. Austin Dooley added an unassisted goal with five sec-onds left in regulation. Nathan Corson made 15 saves on 20 shots.
Messalonskee 2, Hampden 0
At Hampden on Friday, Eric Anderson and Cam Omsberg tallied a goal apiece to propel Messalonskee of Oakland past Hampden.
Matt Ouellette had an assist while Sergio Seruello made three saves on six shots for the 1-0 Eagles.
Brad Melanson stopped eight of 10 shots for the 0-1 Broncos.
Dexter 2, DI-Stonington 0
At Deer Isle, Andrew Lary and Ryan Wilks each tallied a goal to spark Dexter by Deer Isle-Stonington.
Nathan Wyman made two saves on three shots for the 1-0 Tigers.
Eben Powers and Lucas Trundy combined to make 15 saves on 20 shots for the 0-1 Mariners.
Lawrence 2, Nokomis 1 (OT)
At Newport, Kyle Rabe scored an unassisted goal with 1:27 remaining in the overtime to lead Lawrence of Fairfield to victory over Nokomis.
Rabe also scored with 53 seconds left in the first half to tie it up at 1-1 for 1-0 Lawrence. Corey Sabian blocked eight of 12 shots.
Kelby Duplisea had an unassisted goal with 12 minutes left in the first for the 0-1 Warriors. Tyler Wintle made 16 saves on 21 shots.
JV: Lawrence 2-0
Penobscot Valley 1, Piscataquis 0
At Guilford, Tyler Wood scored with 4:30 remaining in regulation as Penobscot Valley of Howland defeated Piscataquis.
Jacob Jones turned away six of eight shots for the 1-0 Howl-ers.
Corbin Shufelt made six saves on eight shots for the 0-1 Pirates.
JV: Penobscot Valley 2-1
Central 3, John Bapst 3 (2OT)
At Bangor, John Bapst’s Ryan Carr and Central of Corinth’s Cole Haskell didn’t allow a goal through two overtimes.
Ryan Bean tied it at 3-3 with 4:12 remaining in regulation off a Jacob Speed assist for 0-0-1 Central. Bean and Joey Brown added goals. Speed had another assist and Matt St. Peter assisted a goal. Cole Haskell blocked 16 of 22 shots.
Andrew Casey scored two first-half goals and another in the second half for 0-0-1 John Bapst. Casey Hull had an assist as Ryan Carr turned away 20 of 24 shots.
JV: John Bapst 9-0
Ellsworth 2, Presque Isle 2 (2OT)
At Ellsworth, Adam Kaspala scored the tying goal with just eight seconds remaining in regulation for Ellsworth.
Neither team managed to score through two overtimes.
Presque Isle held a 2-0 lead thanks to goals from Warren Zubrick and Eric Morris. Zu-brick assisted Morris’ goal. Dillon Kingsbury made four saves on 11 shots for the 1-0-1 Wildcats.
Zach Emeigh scored with 10:34 left in regulation off a Matt Duhaime assist for 0-0-1 Ellsworth. Jordan Carter had eight saves on 14 shots.
JV: Ellsworth 2-0
Nokomis 42, Camden Hills 6
At Rockport, Jordan Richards scored three touch-downs to lead Nokomis of New-port to an exhibition victory over Camden Hills.
Richards rushed 14 times for 150 yards and scored three touchdowns and rushed for a two-point conversion.
Paul Ketchem added two touchdowns for Nokomis while running eight times for 57 yards.
Derek Amoroso completed eight of 22 passes for 60 yards, including a 10-yard scoring pass to Jonathan Barrows in the fourth quarter.
Quarterback Collin Downs led Camden Hills by completing 10 of 25 passes for 104 yards. He also rushed one yard for a touchdown in the third.
The Warriors’ Stanley Prophet had seven tackles and two assists and Teddy Smith had a fumble recovery and an interception.
Lubec (1-0) def. Ellsworth (0-1) 26-24, 22-25, 25-21, 24-26, 15-11
Lubec: Krista Wright 10-16 serv-ing, 4 aces, 2 kills, 1 assist; Shelby Searles 8-16 serving, 3 aces, 7 kills, 2 blocks; Amanda Huntley 14-17 serving, 2 aces, 4 kills; Odessa Gallant 22-26 serving, 5 aces, 3 assists
Ellsworth: Katlyn Small 15 assists; Paige Martin 18-18 serving, 3 aces, 7 kills; Jen Tupper 6 kills, 5 blocks; Heather Stanley 14-17 serving, 4 aces, 2 kills
At Bar Harbor
Mount Desert Island (1-0) def. Calais (0-1) 25-15, 25-6, 25-23
MDI: Destiny Kanu 7 skills, 6 aces, block, Hannah Adelmann 4 kills, 5 aces, 2 digs, Alyson Yau 6 aces, 6 assists
Calais: Lara Marshall 7 assists, 2 digs, Nicole Osborne 5 kills, 3 digs, Rachel Ford 2 kills, 4 digs
JV: Calais 2-1
Foxcroft Acad. 5, Hermon 1
At Dover-Foxcroft, Sabrina Sharrow and Kelsey Boss scored two goals apiece to spark Foxcroft Academy by Hermon.
Mariah Arno added a goal and an assist while Molly Cyr and Boss each grabbed two assists for Foxcroft. Cassie Curtis made two saves on three shots for the 1-0 Ponies.
Lillian Berry scored for Hermon while Carrie Cole stopped 23 of 28 shots for the 0-1 Hawks.
Colby Invitational At Brunswick
Swarthmore def. Bates, 22-25, 25-22, 22-25, 29-27, 15-12
Gordon def. Maine Maritime, 25-6, 25-10, 25-10
Plymouth State def. Colby, 26-24, 25-12, 25-22
UM-Farmington def. Husson, 25-19, 25-23, 14-25, 17-25, 16-14
Colby def. Swarthmore, 25-19, 25-22, 26-28, 25-19
Gordon def. Bates, 25-15, 25-19, 25-17
Maine Maritime def. UM-Farmington, 22-25, 25-21, 25-15, 25-12
Plymouth State def. Husson 25-19, 25-14, 25-10
Bowdoin def. Swarthmore, 20-25, 25-16, 25-16, 25-17
All-Tournament Team: Jenny Lawrence (Colby), Danielle O’Brien (UMF), Marion Kish (Husson), Kris-ten Klein (Gordon), Chrissy Gee (Bates), Heather Moore (MMA), Kearney Bangs (Swarthmore); MVP: Eliza Badeau (Plymouth State)
Saint Joseph’s College
At Standish, Saturday
Saint Joseph’s def. UM-Machias, 25-9, 25-19, 22-25, 25-23
Green Mountain def. Lyndon State, 25-9, 2508, 25-15
Green Mountain (5-0) def. Saint Joseph’s (2-7), 16-25, 25-27, 25-12, 25-19, 25-9
UM-Machias (1-3) def. Lyndon State (0-4), 25-18, 25-23, 25-18
All-Tournament Team: Natalie Clark (GMC), Sam Varrell (SJC), Kiresten Carbone (SJC), Jennie Hare (UMM), Morgan Reilly (LSC); MVP: Emma Brinley-Buckley (GMC)
At Orono, Saturday
Kent State (5-1) def. Maine, 25-13, 11-25, 25-19, 25-22
Kent State: Lauren Jones 18 kills, 14 digs; Ashley Feutz 15 kills; Lauren Simon 31 assists; Kristen Barr 21 digs
Maine: Jessica Wolfenden 32 assists, 8 digs; Lindsay Allman 10 kills, 15 digs; Laura Goettsch 8 kills, 15 digs; Ashlee Wright 11 digs
Maine (5-3) def. Quinnipiac, 25-10, 25-10, 25-17
Maine: Jessica Wolfenden 28 assists, 8 digs; Lindsay Allman 7 kils, 10 digs, 3 blocks; Brittany Kiehl 8 kills, 2 blocks
Quinnipiac: Kayla Lawler 3 assists, 6 digs; Jenna Benigno 7 digs; Stephanie Beidiger 7 digs; Alyssa Naylor 2 blocks
At Biddeford, Saturday
Amherst def. U-New England, 25-12, 25-17, 25-17
U-New England def. Rivier, 14-25, 17-25, 25-18, 25-23, 15-9
RWU def. U-New England, 25-15, 25-15, 25-23
At Waterville, Sunday
Daniel Webster def. Thomas, 25-18, 25-16, 25-15
Bates 2, UM-Farmington 0
At Farmington, Kelly McManus and Emily Sampson scored goals to lead Bates College past the University of Maine-Farmington Sunday.
Rachel Greenwood and Annie Wilson provided assists for the 1-0 Bobcats. Katie McEnroe made five saves.
Kaeleigh Barker turned away 12 shots for the 0-2 Beavers.
Southern Maine 2, Colby 1 (OT)
At Waterville, Whitney MacDaniel scored off a Sharaya Linscott assist at 83:42 in over-time to lead the University of Southern Maine past Colby Saturday.
Caitlin Albert scored at 27:45 in the first half with an assist from Alyssa Kraus for the 1-0 Huskies. Allison Hill blocked 14 of 21 shots.
Chelsea Rosenheimer scored off a Amy Campbell assist in the second half for 0-1 Colby. Liz Fontaine made seven saves on 12 shots.
Fitchburg State 3, Thomas 1
At Waterville, Megan Jacobs broke up the 1-1 tie in the second half to lead Fitchburg State past Thomas College Saturday.
Brittany Moore scored an unassisted goal for the Terriers.
St. Joseph’s 8, Regis 0
At Standish, Julia Ostrowski tallied three goals and an assist as Saint Joseph’s College shut out Regis College on Saturday.
Gina Gaetani and Kayla Nowell each added a pair of goals for Saint Joseph’s. Meaghan Johnson stopped all four shots she faced for the 1-0 Monks.
Kristen Tavares made 17 saves on 32 shots for 0-3 Regis College.
Thomas 4, Regis 0
At Waterville, Brittany Moore scored two second-half goals to lift Thomas College over Regis College Sunday.
Amy Miles and Christina Allaire added goals for the Terriers. Miles had two assists and Kellie Martel had one.
Maine 1, Iona 0 (2OT)
At New Rochelle, N.Y., on Sunday, Veronique Fleury scored on an assist from Carolynee Nellis in the second overtime as the Black Bears remained unbeaten.
Jasmine Phillips preserved the shutout for 3-0-2 Maine with four saves on eight Iona shots.
Suzanne Baidissard made six saves on nine shots for 0-5 Iona.
Colby 2, Maine Maritime 0
At Waterville on Saturday, Jess Bushee scored twice on assists from Whitney Lynn as the Mules posted the shutout.
Rachel Freierman earned her first career shutout, making one save on one Maine Maritime shot. Lacey Jackson saved 12 of 21 shots for 1-2 MMA.
Bowdoin 4, Bridgewater St. 0
At Brunswick on Saturday, the Polar Bears scored three second-half goals to pull away.
Emery Gould scored the lone first-half goal, and Alex von Gerichten, Dana Riker and Celeste Swain scored after in-termission.
Kelly Thomas made six saves for Bowdoin, while Kayla Grover made nine saves for Bridgewater State.
At Presque Isle, the University of Maine-Presque Isle earned a pair of wins at the UMPI Powerade Tournament this past weekend.
On Saturday, UMPI topped Thomas College 2-1, the University of Maine-Fort Kent downed Lyndon State 4-1, and UMPI defeated Lyndon State 3-2 on Sunday.
In Saturday’s first game, Erin Pelletier scored two goals for UMPI. Carolynn Tuck made two saves on eight shots for the Owls. Julia Nyitray scored for Thomas while Lindsay Gove stopped 14 of 32 shots.
In Saturday’s second game, Whitney Sinclair re-corded two goals to lead UMFK past Lyndon State. Kayla Daigle made nine saves on 13 shots for the Bengals.
In Sunday’s game, Desiree Smith, Erin Pelletier and Carmen Allen each scored a goal for UMPI. Tuck stopped nine of 17 shots .
Desiree Smith, Erin Pelletier and Carmen Allen of UMPI were named to the All-Tournament team. UMFK’s Sarah Nadeau, Brianne McGary and Whitney Sinclair were also selected along with Thomas’ Vicki Devonshire, Lindsey Gove and Jess Nassetta.