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Posted Oct. 16, 2008, at 7:01 p.m.
Last modified March 20, 2011, at 6:02 a.m.

Boy’s soccer

Madawaska 4, So. Aroostook 3

At Presque Isle, Shawn Parker scored a pair of goals and assisted on another as Madawaska improved to 12-0-2 with its win over Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook.

Nathan A. Beaulieu and Andrew Dechaine had the other goals for Madawaska and Jeff Cyr had an assist. Nathan P. Beaulieu made seven saves.

Dakota Sleeper scored two goals and assisted on Tyler Robinson’s goal for 8-5-1 Southern Aroostook and Dillon Boulier made 16 saves.

Highview Chr. 4, Islesboro 3

At Charleston, Alexander Papkov scored three goals and assisted the other as Highview Christian held onto a 4-0 lead to defeat Islesboro.

Islesboro trailed 4-0 2:03 into the second half and scored three unanswered goals.

Wesley Jones added a goal for the 9-2 Knights. Ryosuke Yamada provided an assist. Stefan Rowe saved eight of 10 shots in the first half and Jones turned away 11 of 17 shots in the second half.

Max Mahan, D.J. Johnson and Charlie Gebhardt scored for 1-9 Islesboro. Tyler Pendleton recorded an assist as Blaze Jenner stopped 30 of 40 shots.

Cen. Aroostook 8, East Grand 0

At Mars Hill, Manny Martinez scored twice to lift Central Aroostook over East Grand of Danforth.

The 8-4-2 Panthers also received goals from Kyle Murray, Brendan York, Dan Brewer, Spencer Stetson, Logan Thomas and Matt Graves. Ross Grass saved two of four shots.

Abe Brittain and Nick McLone combined for 27 saves off 51 shots for the 0-12 Vikings.

Bangor Christian 3, Sumner 0

At East Sullivan, Brett Bradford scored two goals and assisted on a third as Bangor Christian shut out Sumner.

Brad Wilcox had a goal and an assist for the 9-2-1 Patriots. Nate Fowler also recorded an assist as Tyler Alexander saved six of seven shots.

Mike Crowley and Josh Ring combined for 13 saves off 24 shots for 2-11-1 Sumner.

Ashland 6, Wisdom 1

At Presque Isle, Kenny Tarr and Stephen Philbrook scored two goals apiece as the Hornets beat Wisdom of St. Agatha.

Jake Paradis had a goal and an assist for 9-5 Ashland. Casey Cobb added a goal. Jeremy Tarr, Royce MacDonald and Kenny Tarr recorded assists. Bobby Gardiner turned away 10 of 18 shots.

Cody Chamberland scored a first-half goal off a Rocky Chamberland assist for the 7-6-1 Pioneers. Curtis Collins saved nine of 23 shots.

Bangor 3, Hampden 0

At Bangor, Mack Susi scored twice as the undefeated Rams improved their record to 12-0-1.

Nick George also scored for Bangor, while Zane Gray, Cody Cormier and Johnny Warren each contributed an assist.

Bud Angst saved all four shots on goal he faced to earn the Rams’ 10th shutout of the season.

Brad Melanson made 15 saves on 18 shots for 7-4-2 Hampden Academy.

JV: Bangor 2-0

Field hockey

St. Joseph’s 3, Colby 2

At Standish, Kayla Nowell scored the winner off a Kerrie Boutin assist 5:39 into the second overtime to lift Saint Joseph’s College over Colby College.

Alyssa Dunn tied it at 2-2 with 4:54 remaining in regulation for the 9-3 Monks. Julia Ostrowski scored an unassisted goal in the first half. Meaghan Johnson turned away 10 of 18 shots.

Amy Campbell scored both goals in the second half for 4-6 Colby. Meryl Poulin assisted Campbell’s first goal. Liz Fontaine saved seven of 13 shots.

Girls soccer

Orono 6, Dexter 1

At Orono, Ruth Mares and Jess Riley scored two goals apiece as Orono beat Dexter.

Alex Crocker and Rachel Balaban-Garber added goals for the 8-2-4 Red Riots. Meghan Curtis provided two assists and Julie Norman had an assist. Elizabeth Fox saved four of seven shots.

Sarah Murray netted a second-half goal for 6-7-1 Dexter. Maicee Gustin turned away 12 of 21 shots.

WA Raiders 4, Narraguagus 0

At East Machias, Andi Flannery scored two goals as Washington Academy shut out Narraguagus of Harrington.

The game was called 10 minutes into the second half because of rain.

Brandilyn Hodgdon had a goal and an assist for the Raiders. Irene Lewey also scored a goal. Jesse Hardy and Courtney Radeka didn’t face a shot.

Beth Rolfe saved six of 14 shots for Narraguagus.

Foxcroft 2, Piscataquis 0

At Dover-Foxcroft, Paige Hobbs scored a goal in each half as Foxcroft Academy defeated Piscataquis of Guilford.

Ali Adkins assisted Hobbs’ second goal for the 7-6-1 Ponies. Sarah Whittemore saved one of three shots.

Julia Schaffer made eight saves off 16 shots for 3-8-2 Piscataquis.

Bangor Christian 5, Sumner 0

At Bangor, Demelza Ramirez netted two goals to lead Bangor Christian past Sumner of East Sullivan.

Gretchen Veevart, Kelly Robinson and Regan French scored for the 5-7-1 Patriots. Abby Groski, Whitney Holmes and Moriah Bach provided assists. Bach and Abby Vicnair combined for three saves on five shots.

Kelsey Tucker saved 15 of 26 shots for 3-11 Sumner.

Searsport 4, DI-Stonington 0

At Deer Isle, Tianna Faunce recorded a goal and two assists as Searsport beat Deer Isle-Stonington.

Sara Bradshaw added a goal and an assist for the 10-2-1 Vikings. Olivia Quigley and Kali Berenyi also scored. Katherine Cotter stopped two of four shots.

Anika Powers saves 14 of 27 shots for the 7-4-2 Mariners.

Bucksport 2, Hermon 1

At Bucksport, Bucksport held onto a 2-0 lead with 7:15 left in regulation to record its first win.

Kayli Trasko scored off an India Stewart assist with 29:39 left in the first for the 1-12-1 Golden Bucks. Mindi Pye added an insurance goal late in the second off assists from Chelsea Fogg and Stewart. Carrie Daigle saved eight of nine shots.

Lindsey Allen brought 3-10-1 Hermon within one as she scored an unassisted goal with 3:43 left in the second. Sara Bishop turned away 12 of 15 shots.

Hampden 1, Bangor 0

At Hampden, Chelsea Kuzio scored the game’s only goal with 9 minutes to play in the first half as the Broncos earned a huge Class A victory.

An unmarked Kuzio leap-frogged a Ram defender just inside the penalty area and sent a well-timed Michaela Stephenson cross into the left post.

Julia Snyder came up with four saves to earn the shutout for 9-4 Hampden Academy, including a high-percentage stop with 7 minutes to play in regulation.

Bangor’s Jade Baumrind broke in down the midfield and launched a shot toward the left post but Snyder made a spectacular, one-handed leaping save.

Kortnie Hudgens came up with two saves on eight shots for the Rams, who fall to 9-3-1.

JV: Bangor 1-0

Houlton 10, Schenck 1

At East Millinocket, Chelsi Murray had a hat trick as Houlton routed Schenck.

Lainey Herring scored two goals for the 9-4-1 Shiretowners. Martha McPartland, Courtney Putnam, Rebecca Crandall, Amanda Fogarty and Amelia Butler scored. Madison Lezotte saved 16 of 17 shots.

Karlie Michaud scored a second-half goal off a Sam York assist for the 2-12 Wolverines. Leann Toothaker and Kira Burleigh combined to stop 11 of 22 shots.

Woodland 4, Calvary Chapel 3

At Woodland, Molly White scored two second-half goals as Woodland prevailed after a 2-2 halftime score.

Casey Burke had two goals in the first for 7-4-2 Woodland. Ashley Laking and Julia Nicholas recorded assists. Taylor Cochran saved 13 of 18 shots.

Meagan Warman scored goals in each half for 4-8 Calvary Chapel of Orrington. Jacqueline Veilleux had a first-half goal. Emily Mills turned away 11 of 21 shots.

Van Buren 3, Washburn 0

At Van Buren, Lindsay LaJoie scored two goals as Van Buren shut down Washburn.

Jennifer Ouellette had a goal and an assist for the 9-5 Crusaders. Kristy Learnard provided an assist. Ashlie Wilson stopped all four shots to earn her fifth shutout.

Rachel Palmer saved 12 of 21 shots for 7-6-1 Washburn.

Lee 3, Penobscot Valley 2

At Howland, Kaitlyn Mallett broke the 2-2 tie with about 10:30 left in regulation on a penalty kick to give Lee Academy the win over Penobscot Valley.

Mallett and Heidi Sappier scored first-half goals for the 6-6-2 Pandas. Felicia Thorton saved 12 of 23 shots.

Jordan Leveille had unassisted goals in the first and second halves to lead 9-4-1 Penobscot Valley. Casey McCloskey stopped six of nine shots.

Women’s soccer

St. Joseph’s 2, UM-Farmington 0

At Standish, Katie Jordan scored the first goal and assisted the second as Saint Joseph’s College shut out the University of Maine at Farmington.

Jordan scored on a penalty kick at 7:32 in the first half for 8-4-1 Saint Joseph’s. Mikayla Call scored in the second half. Katye Mayo turned away two of five shots.

Mckell Barnes made two saves on eight shots for 6-5 UM-Farmington.

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