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Boys soccer

Lee 1, Bangor Christian 0

Machias 1, Calvary Chapel 0

PCHS 7, Searsport 2

Shead 5, Jonesport-Beals 2

Woodland 10, East Grand 0

Woodland 10, East Grand 0

At Danforth, Ben Sears, Charles Tomah and Andy Brown had two goals apiece as Woodland thumped East Grand.

Brad Arthurs, Scott Boomer, Ivan Subialdea and Kyle Price netted a goal each for the 9-4-1 Dragons. Ryan Lincoln saved all five shots.

Abe Brittain stopped 38 of 48 shots for 0-13 East Grand.

Machias 1, Calvary Chapel 0

At Bangor, Jacob Stevens’s goal 10:35 into the game stood up as Machias improved to 10-4.

Michael Jenkins made one save on three shots for the winners.

Devon Warman finished with three saves on five shots for 5-6-1 Calvary Chapel of Orrington.

Piscataquis 7, Searsport 2

At Searsport, Nolan Lovell scored three first-half goals to power Piscataquis Community High School of Guilford past Searsport.

Joshua Herrick and James Cleaves had two apiece for the 6-6-2 Pirates and Herrick also had a pair of assists.

Corbin Shufelt made 10 saves on 19 shots.

Evan Kingsbury and Josiah Brazier scored for 1-13 Searsport with Chris Grillo and Danny Peach picking up assists. Peach and Tyler Greenlaw combined for 26 saves on 38 shots.

Shead 5, Jonesport-Beals 2

At Eastport, Justin Lewey’s two goals sparked the Shead Tigers to the win.

Caleb Brooker, Dave Medeiros and Tommy Collins netted a goal apiece for 6-6 Shead. Tyler Mitchell and Ethan Stevens teamed up for 13 saves on 15 shots.

Matt Alley scored both goals for 0-12 Jonesport-Beals. Cody Thistlewood stopped 14 of 23 shots.

Lee 1, Bangor Christian 0

At Bangor, Zachary Averill scored an unassisted goal 35:25 into the first half to lead Lee Academy past Bangor Christian.

A.J. Harris turned away 10 of 18 shots for the 6-7-1 Pandas.

Tyler Alexander saved six of 10 shots for the 9-3-1 Patriots.

Girls soccer

Calais 9, Narraguagus 3

Caribou 1, Madawaska 0

John Bapst 3, MDI 0

Calais 9, Narraguagus 3

At Calais, Courtney Hill scored two goals and assisted on four others to help the Blue Devils end the regular season with a victory.

Toni Cole notched two goals and two assists for 7-4-1 Calais, while Lauren Remmington and Whitney Remmington each posted a goal and an assist. Krista Morrison, Tessa Clark and Honor Wilkinson added one goal apiece and Macey Gillespie chipped in with an assist.

Wilkinson made two saves on three shots and Lauren Remmington made six stops on nine shots.

Sam Baker registered a hat trick to pace 4-9-1 Narraguagus of Harrington. Beth Rofe made six saves on 15 shots.

Caribou 1, Madawaska 0

At Madawaska, Jamie Martin scored an unassisted goal with 14:01 remaining in regulation to lift Caribou over Madawaska.

Brittany Doak made 10 saves on 11 shots for 11-3 Caribou.

Stephanie Nadeau made 10 saves on 11 shots for the 9-4-1 Owls.

JV: Madawaska 1-0

John Bapst 3, MDI 0

At Bar Harbor, Ashley Gale and Kirstie Moriarty scored goals as John Bapst of Bangor shut out Mount Desert Island.

John Bapst got the first goal as the ball went off two MDI defenders into the net with 5:10 left in the first. Gale scored with 2:58 left in the first and Moriarty scored in the second half. Laura Jordan saved one of two shots for the 10-4 Crusaders.

Elizabeth Sargent turned away six of nine shots for the 4-10 Trojans.


Bonny Eagle 40, Portland 0

Boothbay 40, Madison 14

Brunswick 42, Cony 14

Bucksport 37, Mattanawcook 0

Cape Elizabeth 42, Greely 6

Deering 27, South Portland 7

Edward Little 24, Mount Ararat 9

Foxcroft 20, Rockland 14

Gray-NG 34, Lake Region 26

Hampden 27, Oak Hill 22

Jay 34, Old Orchard 0

John Bapst 40, Orono 20

Lawrence 35, Skowhegan 6

Leavitt 40, Belfast 13

Lewiston 38, Oxford Hills 0

Marshwood 28, Biddeford 20

Massabesic 34, Scarborough 12

MCI 50, Old Town 13

MDI 46, Nokomis 14

Messalonskee 21, Brewer 0

Morse 21, Gardiner 0

Mountain Valley 42, Falmouth 7

Mt. Blue 12, Bangor 6

Noble 20, Sanford 12

Stearns 49, Mount View 6

Windham 34, Cheverus 28

MDI 46, Nokomis 14

At Bar Harbor, Terrence Jones spearheaded a balanced attack with 193 yards rushing and two touchdowns as Mount Desert Island cruised to its fifth victory.

Jones scored on TD runs of 18 and 32 yards while O’Dayne Gaynor compiled 101 rush yards and two TDs. Jasper Cousins ran for one score and returned an interception for another while Tyler Crawford completed all four passes for 155 yards and a touchdown.

Paul Ketcham led Nokomis of Newport with 79 yards rushing. Derek Amoroso completed a 4-yard TD pass to Ethan Curry and Jordan Richards scored on a 19-yard run.

Stearns 49, Mount View 6

At Millinocket, Charlie Osborne carried the ball just five times, but rushed for two touchdowns as Stearns routed Mount View of Thorndike.

Osborne totaled 77 rushing yards for the Minutemen while Billy Eurich added 78 yards rushing on nine carries. Eurich scored on a 5-yard run in the second quarter.

Jason Levasseur put Stearns on the board with an 85-yard punt return early in the first quarter. Cory Barnett followed with an interception returned for a touchdown. Barnett later scored on a 20-yard run in the second.

Jared McGreevy completed a 38-yard pass to Josh MacDaniel for a score.

Levasseur added an interception and Luis Ventura converted all seven of his extra-point kicks.

Tristan Ripley prevented the shutout by scoring on a fumble recovery in the end zone for a touchdown. Bruce Cook recorded an interception.

Stearns totaled 285 yards of offense, 250 of it rushing. The Minutemen held Mount View to just 6 yards of offense.

Foxcroft 20, Rockland 14

At Dover-Foxcroft, Foxcroft Academy recovered from a 14-0 halftime deficit and scored 20 unanswered points to beat Rockland.

Wade Witham scored the winning touchdown on a 12-yard run with 1:19 left in the fourth quarter for the Ponies.

Rockland marched back down the field, but on third-and-nine at the 9 yard line, Josiah Richard intercepted a Dylan Meklin pass with 30 seconds left to secure the win for Foxcroft.

Witham first scored for the Ponies on a 9-yard run in the third. Ian Champeon tied it on a 35-yard rush.

Champeon had 24 carries for 183 yards, 162 yards coming in the second half.

Meklin completed a 35-yard pass to David Searle in the first for Rockland. Sam Weiss made it 14-0 in the second quarter on a 51nyard punt return.

Meklin completed 14 of 32 passes for 241 yards.

Foxcroft’s Josh Conroy had two interceptions.

Rockland out-performed Foxcroft 278 to 263 in total offensive yards.

Mt. Blue 12, Bangor 6

At Farmington, Derek Rowe rushed for touchdowns in the second and fourth quarters to lead Mt. Blue to victory over Bangor.

Rowe’s fourth-quarter score came with about eight minutes left in the game. The touch-down was started by an Alec Wallace fumble recovery at the Bangor 20 yard line.

Bangor got on the scoreboard on the final play of regulation when Nate Hennigan reeled in a 5-yard pass in the end zone from quarterback Joey Seccareccia.

Messalonskee 21, Brewer 0

At Oakland, the Eagles scored on three consecutive second half possessions as they shut out Brewer.

Dezmond Nutter paved the way with 66 yards on 12 carries and a touchdown while Dylan Foster and Chris Pelletier connected on a 14-yard TD pass. Foster scored the game’s first TD on a 1-yard run while Keenan Knox had 61 yards on 11 carries.

Billy Bissell led Brewer with 66 yards on 19 carries while Pat McEwen compiled 55 yards on 10 carries.

Bucksport 37, Mattanawcook 0

At Lincoln, Nate Warren rushed for 197 yards and three touchdowns as the unbeaten Golden Bucks pulled away in the second half to their seventh win of the season.

Bucksport stopped MA at the 1-yard line in the final seconds of the first half to take a 13-0 lead into intermission.

After stopping the Lynx without a first down on the opening possession of the second half, Bucksport struck immediately as Warren used a lead block from Alex Giosia to break a 60-yard touchdown run on the Golden Bucks’ first offensive play of the third quarter.

After Bucksport’s Andrew Findlay recovered an MA fumble on the next possession, Bucks quarterback Kyle McGeechan scored on a 14-yard run to extend the margin to 28-0.

Warren added a 45-yard scoring run on a fourth-and-three play later in the period to extend Bucksport’s lead to 35-0.

The Golden Bucks’ Robbie Maguire capped off the scoring by sacking MA quarterback Kyle Epp in the end zone for a fourth-quarter safety.

Bucksport’s first-quarter touchdowns came on a run of 3 yards by Giosia in the first quarter and a 10-yard run by Warren midway through the second quarter.

Giosia added 80 rushing yards for the Golden Bucks, who outgained 4-3 Mattanawcook 414-149 in total yardage.

Brady Vose led MA with 67 yards on 12 carries.

MCI 50, Old Town 13

At Old Town, Shawn Bennett racked up 104 yards on just five carries, two touchdowns, a kickoff return of 75 yards, five tackles and an interception as Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield rolled.

Nick Miller totaled 109 yards on 15 carries and three touch-downs while Brandon Wilson completed both passes for 38 yards and a 27-yard TD to Caleb Lassalle.

Tyler Maloon scored on a 3-yard run for the Huskies while Marcus White had seven tackles and two sacks.

Josh Boucher scored on a five-yard TD run and completed a 22-yard TD pass to Cody St. Louis for Old Town.

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