Oct 15 Sports Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted Oct. 15, 2008, at 8:16 p.m.

High School

Boys Soccer

Bucksport 3, Hermon 2

Deer Isle-Stonington 2, Searsport 0

Ellsworth 2, George Stevens 0

Houlton 2, Schenck 1

John Bapst 2, MDI 1

Katahdin 13, Hodgdon 0

Medomak Valley 4, Gardiner 1

Mount View 1, Winslow 0

Narraguagus 3, Jonesport-Beals 0

Old Town 4, Central 2

Orono 0, Dexter 0 (2OT)

Penobscot Valley 1, Lee Acad. 0

Piscataquis 2, Foxcroft Acad. 1

Presque Isle 6, Fort Kent 0

Washington Acad. 3, Machias 1

Katahdin 13, Hodgdon 0

At Stacyville, Ethan Qualey scored three goals and had two assists as Katahdin cruised past Hodgdon.

Marshall Davis, Rich Qualey, Victor Clukey and Micah Rodg-erson scored two goals apiece while Matt Kay and Matt Tarr each netted one. Peter Johnson and Davis each had three assists for Katahdin. Jesse McNally made four saves on eight shots for the 13-0-1 Cougars.

Josh Murchie stopped 32 of 56 shots for 3-10 Hodgdon.

Houlton 2, Schenck 1

At Houlton, Pat Longstaff netted two goals, including the game-winner with 5:57 remaining in the match, to spark Houlton by Schenck of East Millinocket.

Ryan VanBuskirk made seven saves on eight shots for the 4-9-1 Shiretowners.

Aaron Hutchins scored for Schenck on an assist from Josh Brown. Ryan Thompson stopped 13 of 15 shots for the 1-12-1 Wolverines.

Narraguagus 3, J-B Royals 0

At Harrington, Dustin Gidney registered two goals to lead Narraguagus past Jonesport-Beals.

Nate Best added a goal and an assist while Kirk Bragg had an assist for Narraguagus. Aidan Rittenhouse stopped eight of 10 shots for the 3-11 Knights.

Cody Thistlewood made 15 saves on 24 shots for 0-12 Jonesport-Beals.

DI-Stonington 2, Searsport 0

At Searsport, Joe Carter scored a first-half goal and Nathan Joyce added a second-half goal as Deer Isle-Stonington improved to 6-6-1. Searsport is now 1-12.

Eben Powers made two saves on three shots for the Mariners while Dan Peach turned aside 26 of 30 shots.

Washington Acad. 3, Machias 1

At Machias, Washington Academy scored three goals in the last 15 minutes of the match as the Raiders of East Machias defeated Machias.

Noah Von Rotz netted two goals while Milos Gautier scored one for Washington Academy. Bryce Colbeth blocked seven of 13 shots for the 13-1 Raiders.

Matt Little scored for Machias. Michael Jenkins made 17 saves on 22 shots for the 9-4 Bulldogs.

PVHS 1, Lee Acad. 0

At Lee, Ethan Babineau scored the winning goal with 10:43 left in the game on an assist from Matthew Theriault to lift Penobscot Valley of Howland past Lee Academy.

Jacob Jones stopped seven of 16 shots for the 10-2-2 Howlers.

A.J. Harris made 14 saves on 20 shots for 5-7-1 Lee Academy.

JV: Lee 2-0

John Bapst 2, MDI 1

At Bangor, Andrew Casey netted the winning goal with 1:45 left in the match as John Bapst edged Mount Desert Island.

Miles Gagnon also scored in the second half and assisted on the winning goal. Casey Hull stopped nine of 11 shots for the 7-5-2 Crusaders.

Peter Grubb scored for the Trojans on an assist from Abe Gladstone. Iz Ward made six saves on nine shots for 7-6-1 MDI.

JV: MDI 2-1

Piscataquis 2, Foxcroft 1

At Guilford, Yaal Kand scored the winning goal with 20 minutes left off a pass from Brian Hackett to give the Piscataquis Pirates a victory.

Nicholas Schmiedlehner scored the 5-6-2 Pirates’ other goal, also off a Hackett assist. Corbin Shufelt made four saves on nine shots.

Dave Hwang scored unassisted for the 0-13-1 Foxcroft Academy Ponies. Alex Grey made 18 saves on 28 shots.

JV: 1-1

Old Town 4, Central 2

At Corinth, Chad Paradis scored two of his three goals 26 seconds apart in the first half, sparking the Coyotes to victory.

Paradis, who also scored 17 seconds into the second half, was assisted by Brandon Winchenbach and Dan LeBreton, respectively, on the first two tallies. Jacob St. Pierre also scored for 7-5-2 Old Town to support goalkeepers Alex Caballero and Lee Larry, who combined to make 12 saves on 18 shots.

Ryan Bean scored a goal and set up a Matt Kelley goal for 6-5-3 Central. Cole Haskell racked up 24 saves on 30 shots.

JV: Old Town 8-2

Orono 0, Dexter 0 (2OT)

At Orono, neither team could crack the other’s net through 80 minutes of regulation play and two overtimes so the Orono Red Riots and visiting Tigers settled for the tie.

Kerry Eaton and A.J. Coleman combined to make four saves on four shots for the 10-3-1 Riots.

Nathan Wyman saved all eight shots he faced for the 9-1-4 Tigers.

JV: Orono 3-1

Medomak Valley 4, Gardiner 1

At Waldoboro, Joaquin Perez tallied two goals and had an assist to lead Medomak Valley by Gardiner.

Ryan Sweeney and Dale Winchenbach each added a goal while Taylor Williamson and Mark Laliberte each had an assist. Caleb Thompson stopped six of eight shots for the 11-3 Panthers.

Eric Goodwin posted the goal for Gardiner. Kaleb Smith made 13 saves on 22 shots for the 8-5 Tigers.

JV: MV 1-0

Mount View 1, Winslow 0

At Thorndike, Ben Fox netted the lone goal of the game at 24:14 in the first half to lead Mount View past Winslow.

Nick Knight made nine saves on 10 shots for the 6-6-1 Mustangs.

Mackenzie Michaud stopped 10 of 19 shots for the 4-9-1 Black Raiders.

Ellsworth 2, George Stevens 0

At Ellsworth, Garrett Kaspala registered two goals to lead Ellsworth by George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill.

Andrew Austin and Zach Emeigh each grabbed an assist. Jordan Carter stopped both shots he faced for 12-1-1 Ellsworth.

Nate Hines made 14 saves on 16 shots for 5-8-1 George Stevens Academy.

JV: Ellsworth 4-2

Girls Soccer

Calais 2, Woodland 0

Erskine Acad. 3, Rockland 1

Katahdin 3, Hodgdon 0

Old Town 7, Central 1

Houlton 6, Hodgdon 0

Houlton 6, Hodgdon 0

At Houlton on Tuesday, Lainey Herring recorded a hat trick as the Houlton Shiretowners cruised to victory.

Chelsi Murray, Brooke Deveau and Vanessa Sanderson scored one goal apiece for 7-5-1 Houlton. Madison Lezotte made four saves on seven shots.

Megan Jurson made seven stops and faced 14 shots for 5-6-1 Hodgdon.

Katahdin 3, Hodgdon 0

At Stacyville, Melissa Duffy and Mary Jo Robinson each had a goal and an assist to lead the Katahdin Cougars past the Hodgdon Hawks.

Marie Heath scored one goal for the 7-5-2 Cougars. Jade Clippinger and Dani-Beth Cyr combined to save all 11 shots they faced.

Emmaly Jurson made 16 saves on 19 shots for the 5-7-1 Hawks.

Calais 2, Woodland 0

At Woodland, Honor Wilkinson and Lauren Remington each notched a goal in the second half to propel Calais by Woodland.

Hillary Hollingdale made 17 saves on 22 shots for the 5-4-1 Blue Devils.

Taylor Cochran blocked 17 of 31 shots for 6-4-2 Woodland.

Erskine Acad. 3, Rockland 1

At Rockland, Callie Thompson had a goal and two assists to lead the Eagles of South China to victory.

Brittany Doughty added a goal and two assists for 8-4-2 Erskine.

Ali Curtis gave Rockland a 1-0 lead 11 minutes into the match on an assist from Joelle Joyce.

Crystal Morin made three saves on eight shots for Erskine.

Kayla McGuire and Natalie Russell combined to make 19 saves on 24 shots for 6-7-1 Rockland.

Old Town 7, Central 1

At Old Town, Katie Deshane and Megan Cousins scored two goals apiece to lead Old Town to victory over Central of Corinth.

Deshane finished the regular season with 19 goals, an Old Town girls’ record. Erin St. Peter, Elise Jordan and Hilary Campbell each added a goal for Old Town. Annie Cashon made three saves on five shots for the 10-3-1 Coyotes.

Briana Speed netted a goal for Central. Shari Shina stopped 11 of 24 shots for the 2-12 Red Devils.

JV: Old Town 5-4

Volleyball

At Machias

Washington Acad. (13-1) def. Machias (0-13) 25-6, 25-17, 25-15

Washington Acad.: Shannon Parker 19-19 serving, 10 aces, 4 assists, Taylor Davis 10-11 serving, 4 aces, 2 assists, 6 digs, Janelle Tinker 3 kills, 3 digs

Machias: Courtney Dahl 7-8 serving, 2 assists, Holly Kocincki 9-12 serving, 3 aces, Jordan Ranke 3-3 serving, 4 digs

At Harrington

Narraguagus (7-6) def. Jonesport-Beals (8-6) 25-21, 18-25, 17-25, 25-21, 15-7

Narraguagus: Kristen Burke 11-12 serving, 4 kills, 4 digs, Amanda Ostberg 7-8 serving, 6 aces, 7 kills, 5 digs, Andrea Perry 13-14 serving, 5 aces, 5 kills, 5 digs, 3 blocks, Cassie Fickett 12-13 serving, 5 aces, 4 kills, 13 assists

Jonesport-Beals: Whitney Norton 12-13 serving, 16 digs, Brianna Beal 11 kills, 3 digs, 2 bocks, Morgan MacLean 29-30 serving, 8 aces, 8 assists, 3 digs

JV: Jonesport-Beals 3-0

At Bucksport

Ellsworth (6-8) def. Bucksport (3-10) 25-17, 26-24, 24-26, 25-15

Ellsworth: Kayla Blanchard 17-19 serving, 4 aces, 6 kills, 2 digs, Meaghan Nickel ace, 5 kills, 2 blocks, Katlyn Small 20 assists

Bucksport: Chelsea Porter 13-13 serving, 2 aces, 4 digs, 2 assists, Meghan Cooper 10-10 serving, 7 digs, 2 assists, Kelsey SanAngelo 10-11 serving, 2 aces, 7 digs, Brittany Bowden 8-8 serving, 2 aces, 4 digs

JV: Ellsworth 2-1

College

Men’s Soccer

Boston University 1, Maine 0

UM-Farmington 3, USM 1

At Farmington, James Tollefson scored one goal and assisted on another to lead the University of Maine-Farmington Beavers by the University of Southern Maine.

Sean Ralph of Waterville and Michael Camacho each scored a goal for the 5-6 Beavers. Matthew Dennett of Augusta made 10 saves on 15 shots.

For the 9-5-1 Huskies, Greg Cox scored the only goal. David Kreps saved four of 12 shots.

Mount Ida 2, St. Joseph’s 1

At Newton Centre, Mass., Hayato Kanesaka netted the go-ahead goal in the 80th minute to give Mount Ida College the victory over Saint Joseph’s College.

Brian Leighton made four saves on 14 shots for the 7-4-3 Mustangs.

Doug McCallum netted the goal for Saint Joseph’s. Will Pike blocked five of 20 shots for the 6-4-3 Monks.

Women’s Soccer

Harvard 4, Maine 1

Harvard 4, Maine 1

At Cambridge, Mass., Harvard received unanswered first-half goals from Melanie Baskind, Gina Wideroff and Patricia Yau en route to its win over Maine.

Christina Hagner added an insurance goal after Maine’s Kelsey Wilson had cut the lead to 3-1 off a Christine LaBelle assist.

Katherine Sheeleigh, Kelli Okuji, Hana Taiji and Kerry Kartsonis had assists for the 6-3-3 Crimson and Laura Dale and Maggie Robinson combined for five saves on 12 shots.

Jasmine Phillips made five saves on 15 shots for Maine, which is now 5-4-5 and winless in its last three (0-2-1).

The four goals were the most allowed by Maine this season. The previous high was two.

Field Hockey

Saint Joseph’s 2, Husson 0

Saint Joseph’s 2, Husson 0

At Bangor, Kayla Nowell scored an unassisted goal at 33:49 in the first half to lead Saint Joseph’s College of Standish past Husson University.

Kelly Emerson added an insurance goal in the second half off a corner kick. Meaghan Johnson saved seven of 15 shots for 8-3 Saint Joseph’s.

Caroline Bochtler turned away six of 15 shots for 2-7 Husson.

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