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Posted Sept. 11, 2008, at 8:55 p.m.
Last modified Jan. 28, 2011, at 12:06 p.m.

Girl’s Soccer

Dexter 3, Piscataquis 0

At Guilford, Sara Domenech scored a goal in each half to lift Dexter to its first victory of the season.

Raven Patterson also scored in the first half as Dexter held a 2-0 lead at intermission.

Maicee Gustin preserved the shutout with seven saves on 10 shots for 1-0-1 Dexter.

Julia Shaffer made seven saves on 11 shots for 1-1-1 Piscataquis.

Cen. Aroostook 3, Easton 2

At Easton, Sarah Michaud netted what proved to be the winning goal in the second half as Central Aroostook of Mars Hill edged Easton.

Brittany Mosher scored two goals for Central Aroostook. Vicki McIntire and Deseray Brewer combined to make 24 saves on 40 shots for the Panthers.

Ariana Babineau and Kaci Getchell each scored a goal for Easton and Brooke Lunney had an assist. Taylor Burtt stopped 17 of 28 shots for the Bears.

Bangor Christian 2, Lee Acad. 1

At Bangor, Demelza Ramirez scored her second goal of the game with 10:33 left in the sec-ond half to lift Bangor Chris-tian to victory.

After a scoreless first half, Heidi Sappier scored an unas-sisted goal to give Lee a 1-0 lead.

Ramirez tied the game four minutes later on an assist from Kelly Robinson, then scored on the game-winner on an assist from Whitney Holmes.

Moriah Bach made one save on three shots for 2-0 Bangor Christian.

Feliecha Thornton made seven saves on 19 shots for Lee.

Old Town 2, Orono 1

At Orono, Katie Deshane tallied the game-winning goal with 16 minutes left in the game to lift Old Town past Orono.

Erin St. Peter scored the first goal for Old Town. Annie Cashon made nine saves on 17 shots for the 2-0 Coyotes.

Ruth Mares scored for Orono off an assist from Caleigh Paul. Elizabeth Fox stopped five of eight shots for the 1-0-1 Red Riots.

Penobscot Valley 7, Sumner 1

At East Sullivan, Meghan King and Molly Thompson scored two goals apiece to spark Penobscot Valley of Howland by Sumner.

Monique Theriault, Katie Whitten and Jordan Leveille each added a goal for Penobscot Valley. Casey McCloskey stopped five of six shots for the 1-0-1 Howlers.

Lona Sargent scored for Sumner while Kelsey Tucker, Ashley Pennartz and Katelyn Hodgkins combined to make 20 saves on 35 shots for the 1-2 Tigers.

Foxcroft Acad. 4, Central 1

At Dover-Foxcroft, Shee-Ann Sergent and Ali Adkins each scored two goals to lead Foxcroft Academy by Central.

Sarah Whittemore made seven saves on 14 shots for the 1-1 Ponies.

Brianna Speed and Kelsei McHugh each scored for Cen-tral. Shari Shina stopped 11 of 18 shots for the 0-2 Red Devils.

JV: 1-1

Ellsworth 3, George Stevens 1

At Ellsworth, Casey Wyman registered two goals as Ellsworth topped George Stevens Academy of Blue Hills.

Ashley Cloak chipped in with a goal while Maggie Harding, Anna Seavey and Emily Lyons each had an assist. Angie Tucker stopped three of four shots for 2-0 Ellsworth.

Doran Curtian posted a goal for 3-1 George Stevens off a pass from Quinn Curtian. Hannah Van Der Eb made four saves on 10 shots.

JV: Ellsworth 5-0

Bangor 4, Hampden Acad. 3

At Bangor, Denali Graham scored two goals, including what proved to be the game winner in the 45th minute as Bangor held off a rally from Hampden Academy to earn its first win of the season.

Graham one-touched a pass from Eliza Estabrook, who scored the 1-1 Rams’ first goal in the second half, just to the right of HA keeper Tessa Wood to give Bangor a 4-1 lead.

The Broncos, however, refused to quit, as Emily Chambers scored twice in the next 20 minutes — first on a breakaway in the 48th minute and the second off a Michaela Stephenson corner kick in the 67th.

Hampden couldn’t generate much offense after that, but had a good chance to tie it up in the final minute, but Ashley Robinson’s shot from about 25 yards out sailed just wide of the left goalpost.

Estabrook put Bangor on the board five minutes into the game, touching home a cross from M.J. Boyce while Erin Dean gave the Rams a 2-0 lead five minutes later, booting in a feed from Annie McKay at the goalmouth.

Robinson chipped in a pass from Sarah Lamberton to get Hampden on the board in the 34th minute but Graham knocked in a loose ball just inside the penalty area less than a minute later.

Kortnie Hudgens came up with six saves on 12 Hampden shots while Wood had 13 saves on 28 shots for the Broncos, now 1-2.

Searsport 10, DI-Stonington 1

At Searsport, Sarah Brad-shaw scored three goals and assisted on another to power the Vikings to victory.

Olivia Quigley registered two goals and an assist for 2-1 Searsport and Kali Berenyi scored two goals. Tianna Faunce and Abby Landmesser contributed a goal and an assist each, while Katherine Cotter tallied a goal and Shannon Higgins added an assist.

Megan Higgins, Kayla Garcelon, Coller and Higgins combined to make four saves on 10 shots.

Meaghan Robinson netted an unassisted goal for 0-1-1 Deer Isle-Stonington. Anika Powers came up with 10 saves on 35 shots.

Boy’s Soccer

Easton 1, Cen. Aroostook 0

At Easton, Holden Turner scored the game-winning goal with 25:36 remaining in the game to lift Easton past Central Aroostook of Mars Hill.

Cody Tompkins stopped 15 of 16 shots for the 10-2 Bears.

Ross Grass made 12 saves on 15 shots for the 6-4-1 Panthers.

Waterville 9, Nokomis 0

At Newport, Alex Rowe netted three goals as Waterville cruised past Nokomis.

Nick Christiansen, Abu Mannocchi, Ian Rowe and Jake Sirois each had a goal and an assist while David Cook and Shawn Lee added a goal apiece. Nick Lee stopped the only shot he faced for the 2-0 Panthers.

Tyler Wintle made 22 saves on 33 shots for the 0-3 Warriors.

JV: Waterville 7-0

Highview Christian 11, Averill 2

At Charleston, Ryosuke Yamada scored give goals and assisted on another and Stefan Rowe had three goals and two assists as Highview Christian opened with a win over Averill of Hinckley.

Alexander Papkov had two goals and an assist and Cody Crooker contributed a goal and an assist for the winners. Rowe made five saves on 10 shots in the first half before becoming a field player in the second half and notching his hat trick. Wesley Jones had three saves in the second half.

Ben Pearson scored both goals for 1-2 Averill and Zach Morse made 20 saves on 44 shots.

Field hockey

Foxcroft Acad. 5, Central 0

At Dover-Foxcroft, Sabrina Sharrow scored three goals and grabbed two assists to power Foxcroft Academy by Central of Corinth.

Molly Cyr and Hilary Kendall each added a goal for Foxcroft. Cassie Curtis stopped both shots she faced for the 2-0 Ponies.

Brittany Cole and Bekah Campbell combined to make 12 saves on 17 shots for the 0-2 Red Devils.

JV: 0-0

Belfast 4, Camden Hills 1

At Belfast, Danielle Littlefield netted two goals in the second half to help propel Belfast by Camden Hills.

Crystle Kirby and Ori Downs each scored a goal while Allison Murane and Lauren Rice each grabbed an assist for Belfast. Paxton Mohney and Emma Hamm combined to make four saves on five shots for the 1-1 Lions.

Rachelle Grenert posted a goal for Camden Hills while Sarah Nason made 10 saves on 14 shots for the 0-2 Windjammers.

JV: 1-1

Nokomis 3, Mount View 1

At Newport, Sabrina Vaillancourt tallied a pair of goals to lead Nokomis by Mount View of Thorndike.

Erin Knight scored a goal and grabbed two assists for Nokomis. Maria Adams stopped 22 of 23 shots for the 2-0 Warriors.

Brianna Moody netted a goal for Mount View while Juni Garvin made 13 saves on 16 shots for the 2-1 Mustangs.

JV: Nokomis 3-0

Stearns 3, Piscataquis 0

At Guilford, Adriana Eurich scored two of her three unassisted goals in the first half to power the Minutemen to victory.

Brooke Brooker did not face any shots for 2-1 Stearns of Millinocket.

Brianna Tweedie made 16 saves on 19 shots for 0-2 Piscataquis Community.

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