Thursday Sept 18 Sports Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted Sept. 18, 2008, at 6:26 p.m.

High School

Boys Soccer

Bangor 2, Waterville 1

Bangor Chr. 5, Searsport 0

Fort Fairfield 1, Van Buren 0

Katahdin 9, Hodgdon 0

Machias 2, Shead 0

Washington Acad. 5, Narraguagus 1

Bangor 2, Waterville 1

At Waterville, Mack Susi scored from about 12 yards out on a pass from Phil Frost with about a minute left in the game to give the Rams the victory.

Frost scored Bangor’s first goal 14 minutes into the game off a Ryan Larochelle pass for the 4-0 Rams. Alan Reese made seven saves on eight shots.

Jake Sirois scored unassisted 11 minutes into the game for 3-2 Waterville and Nick Lee finished with five saves on seven shots.

JV: Bangor 1-0

Katahdin 9, Hodgdon 0

At Hodgdon, four players scored two goals apiece as Katahdin of Stacyville shutout Hodgdon.

Marshall Davis, Kolby Gallagher, Ethan Qualey and Brandon Landry each scored two goals for 6-0 Katahdin. Billy Duffy added a goal as Matt Tarr made two saves on six shots.

Dan McGillicuddy blocked nine of 27 shots for 2-6 Hodgdon.

Fort Fairfield 1, Van Buren 0

At Van Buren, Josh Churchill scored an unassisted goal in the first half to lead Fort Fairfield past Van Buren.

Austin Dufour earned the shutout for 6-3 Fort Fairfield.

Travis Chabre was in goal for 1-10-1 Van Buren.

Machias 2, Shead 0

At Machias, Machias scored two first-half goals as Machias blanked Shead of Eastport.

Jacob Stevens scored at 2:57 into the second half on a penalty kick for 5-0 Machias. Jacob Scoville added an insurance goal at 11:21 into the second on a rebound shot. Mike Jenkins blocked six of nine shots.

Dave Madeiros turned away 12 of 23 shots for 1-2 Shead.

Girls Soccer

Foxcroft Acad. 2, Piscataquis 0

George Stevens 4, Orono 1

Katahdin 3, Hodgdon 2

Searsport 7, Bangor Christian 3

Presque Isle 3, Old Town 0

So. Aroostook 1, Woodland 1 (2OT)

Woodland 1, So. Aroostook 1

At Woodland, Taylor Cochran of Woodland and Emily Cummings of Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook didn’t allow a goal through two overtimes to force a tie.

Julia Nicholas scored the tying goal with 27:52 remaining in regulation for 3-2-1 Woodland. Cochran blocked 11 of 16 shots.

Elizabeth Goodall scored on a penalty kick with 36:01 left in the first half for 7-0-1 Southern Aroostook. Cummings made seven saves on 10 shots.

George Stevens 4, Orono 1

At Blue Hill, Alida Peake had a hat trick with three goals as George Stevens Academy defeated Orono.

Doran Curtin added a goal for the 5-1 Eagles. Emily Peake provided three assists and Amber Gray had an assist. Hannah Van der Eb turned away four of 11 shots.

Ruth Mares scored late in the second half off a Alex Crocker assist for 1-2-2 Orono. Elizabeth Fox blocked 13 of 19 shots.

Field Hockey

Central 2, Old Town 1

Orono 2, Hermon 0

Orono 2, Hermon 0

At Hermon, Amy Mares’ first-half goal provided the only scoring the Red Riots would need to beat the Hawks.

Veronica Wallace-Ewing scored off a Chelsea Wagner assist for 2-3 Orono. Amber Saucier made four saves on 12 shots.

Jamie Roy made five stops on seven shots for 2-3 Hermon.

JV: Orono 2-1

Central 2, Old Town 1

At Old Town, Sam Blanchard scored the game-winning goal with 2:00 remaining in the game off a penalty stroke to lift Central of Corinth past Old Town.

Berta Trafton scored the first goal for Central off a pass from Katrina Lessard. Brittany Cote stopped 27 of 28 shots for the 3-2 Red Devils.

Lindsay St. Louis scored for Old Town off an assist from Sarah Wilcox. Heather Nye and Danyle Boobar combined to make seven saves on nine shots for the 3-2 Coyotes.

JV: 0-0

Golf

At Blue Hill CC, par 30

MDI (6-0) 169, George Stevens (1-4) 174

MDI: Evan Couto 38, Derek Rothenheber 43, Ryan Bartlett 45, Nathan Chisholm 43, Colton Strout 64

George Stevens: Elias Springer 44, Storme Macomber 39, Dillon Morris 44, Max Reiter 47, David Bertrand 47, Nick Dillon 53

Medalist: Evan Couto (MDI) 38

At Katahdin CC, Milo, par 36

Penquis (1-4) 170, Penobscot Valley (4-1) 179

Penquis: Ricky Venable 41, Logan Greenlaw 38, Alex Zelkin 64, Mike Johnson 39, Tucker Leathers 52

Penobscot Valley: Marshall Foster 44, Brody Libby 47, Anthony Batchelder 43, Dylan Worster 54, Kyle Dickey 46, Adam Nickerson 46, Brandon Helms 51, Warren Fullerton 53

Medalist: Logan Greenlaw (Pen-quis) 38

At Hillcrest GC, Millinocket, par 34

Stearns (4-1) 179, Old Town (3-4) 181

Stearns: Dan McKenzie 39, Jared McGillicuddy 47, Mark Rucci 49, Alex Waller 44, Ethan Michaud 49, Rich Gilman 55, Chad McCoy 56, Andrew Carroll 65

Old Town: Sam Peabody 46, Ca-sey Estes 50, Ryan Gilman 51, T.J. Herlihy 45, Zac Maddon 40, Matt Bowen 52, Cam Washburn 52, Mackenzie Bowen 52

Medalist: Dan McKenzie (S) 39

Volleyball

At East Machias

Washington Academy (5-0) def. Narraguagus (2-3), 25-16, 25-23, 31-29

Washington Acad.: Stefani Jones 22-27 serving, 6 aces, 3 kills, 12 assists, 1 dig; Taylor Seeley 1 ace, 5 kills, 1 dig; Chelsea Goulet 9-13 serving, 3 aces, 4 kills, 1 dig; Liz Stanley 7-10 serving, 2 aces, 2 kills, 3 digs

Narraguagus: Mandy Ostberg 4 aces, 4 kills, 1 assist; Nikki Endre 8 assists; Cassie Fickett 1 dig, 2 assists; Andrea Perry 4 kills, 8 digs

College

Mens Soccer

Womens Soccer

Dartmouth 2, Maine 1 (2OT)

Fieldhockey

Saint Joseph’s 4, Fitchburg St. 1

At Standish, Saint Joseph’s College scored four first-half goals as the Monks defeated Fitchburg State.

Kayla Nowell had two goals for the 3-1 Saint Joseph’s. Julia Ostrowski had a goal and an assist and Amanda Sebastiao scored her first college goal. Alyssa Dunn and Jillian Kimball each provided two assists. Meaghan Johnson stopped four of five shots.

Paula Bartalamia scored at 28:15 in the first half off a Kaylee Bergeron assist. Taylor Van Ahnen made eight saves on 13 shots for 2-1 Fitchburg State.

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