Scores and Highlights

Posted Sept. 25, 2008, at 11:06 p.m.

Men’s soccer

NMCC 3, EMCC 1

At Presque Isle, Craig Hammond scored a goal and assisted another as Northern Maine Community College defeated Eastern Maine Community College of Bangor.

Luke Ireland and Blake McCarthy also scored second-half goals for the Falcons. Sam Petrie saved two of 11 shots.

Travis Landry scored in the first half for the Golden Eagles. Richard Parks turned away three of 16 shots.

Girls soccer

Presque Isle 2, John Bapst 1

At Bangor, Kayla Legassie and Abbie LaPointe scored first-half goals to lead Presque Isle to victory over John Bapst.

Kelsey Park turned away 11 of 14 shots for 6-1 Presque Isle.

Kate Gerrow scored off a Kris Gerrow assist with eight minutes remaining in the first half to bring 4-3 John Bapst within a goal. Laura Jordan made 14 saves on 16 shots.

JV: 1-1 (OT)

Penobscot Valley 3, Central 2

At Corinth, Morgan Rancourt scored the winner with 2:03 left in regulation to lift Penobscot Valley of Howland over Central.

Jordan Leveille tied it at 2-2 10 minutes into the second half for the 4-2-1 Howlers. Molly Thompson scored in the first half. Casey McCloskey saved 20 of 27 shots.

Michelle Ferrie scored just 37 seconds into the game for 1-7 Central. Brianna Speed scored off a Ferrie assist six minutes into the first. Shari Shina stopped 11 of 15 shots.

Schenck 1, Bangor Christian 0

At East Millinocket, Karlie Michaud scored the winning goal with an assist from Angelica Deloge with 26:22 left in the first half to lead Schenck past Bangor Christian.

Kira Burleigh saved 20 of 22 shots for 2-6 Schenck.

Moriah Bach turned away 12 of 17 shots for 3-3-1 Bangor Christian.

Bucksport 1, Ellsworth 1 (2OT)

At Bucksport, Carrie Daigle of Bucksport and Angie Tucker of Ellsworth didn’t allow a goal through two overtimes.

Sadie Wight scored the tying goal with 15:29 remaining in regulation for 0-5-1 Bucksport. Daigle turned away 17 of 20 shots.

Maggie Harding scored an unassisted goal with 31:39 left in the second half for 6-0-1 Ellsworth. Angie Tucker saved five of eight shots.

Hampden 5, Nokomis 1

At Newport, Michaela Stephenson had three goals to lead Hampden past Nokomis.

Ashley Robinson had a goal and two assists, Abby Neill two assists and Kate Chambers a goal for the 4-3 Broncos. Julia Snyder had four saves on five shots.

Lindsey Bailey scored for 0-7 Nokomis while Laura Lyford saved 13 of 18 shots.

JV: Hampden 5-0

Skowhegan 1, Brewer 0

At Brewer, Whitney Jones scored an unassisted goal 28 minutes into the second half as Skowhegan beat Brewer.

Samantha Gray saved all 23 shots for 2-5 Skowhegan.

Melanie Junkins turned away 10 of 11 shots for 1-6 Brewer.

JV: Skowhegan 1-0

Penquis 2, Piscataquis 2 (2OT)

At Milo, Erica Lyford converted a second-half penalty kick to tie it for the Patriots.

Sadie Zambrano added a goal for 1-6-1 Penquis while Lyford had 24 saves on 2 shots.

Cassie Tardiff and Connie Glynn scored goals for 1-6-2 Piscataquis of Guilford. Julia Shaffer stopped 18 of 23 shots.

Boys soccer

Mount View 2, Rockland 1

At Rockland, Kiel Lemieux scored off a Dylan Keller assist at 34:45 in the second half to break the 1-1 tie and lead Mount View of Thorndike past Rockland Wednesday.

Justin Pierel scored a first-half goal for 2-4 Mount View. Nick Knight and Zack Babin combined for 12 saves on 16 shots.

Brandon Jimenez scored in the first half for 2-4-1 Rockland. Mike Norman turned away four of 11 shots.

Orono 12, Searsport 0

At Orono, Ian Staples scored four goals and assisted another as Orono shut out Searsport.

Sean Kilpatrick had three goals and an assist for 5-2 Orono. Brandon Paul added two goals and two assists and Chris Johnson had a goal and an assist. Gracen Malave and Nick Dimoulas scored goals. Nick Peterson and Lee Hecker each provided two assists. Jake Stoddard had an assist as Kerry Eaton turned away all three shots.

Dan Peach saved 13 of 25 shots for 1-6 Searsport.

Bangor 1, Mt. Blue 0

At Farmington, Nick George scored the winner with an assist from Cody Cormier at 33:10 into the first half as Bangor defeated Mt. Blue.

Bud Angst stopped all six shots for the 7-0 Rams.

Devin Zamboni saved 13 of 20 shots for 4-2-1 Mt. Blue.

JV: Bangor 1-0

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