Oct 24 Sports Scores and Highlights

Posted Oct. 24, 2008, at 8:51 p.m.

High School

Football

Bangor 45, Brewer 20

Bonny Eagle 54, Gorham 14

Boothbay Region 30, Yarmouth 26

Brunswick 56, Mt. Ararat 7

Bucksport 50, Orono 13

Cape Elizabeth 52, Lake Region 0

Cony 41, Oxford Hills 6

Dirigo 33, Old Orchard 6

Falmouth 26, Poland 0

Jay 41, Madison 0

Kennebunk 35, Scarborough 14

Lawrence 49, Messalonskee 0

Leavitt 28, Gardiner 27

Marshwood 39, Noble 6

Massabesic 18, Sanford 0

MDI 32, Belfast 18

Mountain Valley 47, York 8

Rockland 34, Mattanawcook 0

Skowhegan 52, Mt. Blue 26

Stearns 45, MCI 21

Wells 52, Gray-New Gloucester 0

Windham 42, Westbrook 0

Winthrop 16, Livermore Falls 0

Bangor 45, Brewer 20

At Cameron Stadium in Bangor, junior tailback Lonnie Hackett rushed for 131 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries and returned a kickoff 82 yards for another score as the Rams ended a three-game losing streak and clinched a berth in next week’s Pine Tree Conference Class A playoffs.

Sophomore quarterback Joe Seccareccia completed a pair of touchdown passes, 16 yards to Nate Henigan and 21 yards to Darren Casey-Covell, while backup quarterback Dylan Morris completed a 36-yard scoring strike to senior John Moore.

Adam Billings scored on a 29-yard run and Tyler Pembroke added a 14-yard scoring run for the 3-5 Rams, who amassed 281 rushing yards on 39 carries.

Billy Bissell rushed for 66 yards on 19 carries for 3-5 Brewer, and scored on a 30-yard touchdown pass from Coby Hutchins. Sean Murphy scored on a 1-yard run and Tylor Perry added a 28-yard touchdown run for the Witches, who were within 20-14 early in the third quarter before Hackett broke the game open with his touch-down-producing kickoff return.

Rockland 34, Mattanawcook 0

At Rockland, Sam Weiss scored four of Rockland’s five touchdowns as the Tigers shut out Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln.

Weiss rushed 37 times for 245 yards to pace Rockland. He also had one reception for 28 yards and converted a two-point rush.

Despite the win, Rockland was knocked out of playoff contention with a Stearns victory.

Quarterback Dylan Meklin completed four of 10 passes for 79 yards, including a touch-down pass to Nick Baudanza in the fourth quarter.

Brady Vose led the Lynx with 15 rushes for 48 yards.

Rockland totaled 46 carries for 241 yards while Mattanawcook had 31 carries for 86 yards. The Lynx passes for 40 yards, completing two of eight attempts.

MDI 32, Belfast 18

At Belfast, Jasper Cousins broke open a 20-18 game with four minutes remaining in the fourth quarter by scoring two touchdowns to lead Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor to victory over Belfast.

Cousins scored three touch-downs in the fourth quarter for the Trojans.

He added an insurance touchdown on a 2-yard run late in the fourth and a 45-yard interception return to ice it.

Tyler Crawford completed a 13-yard scoring pass to Nolan Hall in the second quarter. Odane Gaynor added a 57-yard TD run in the third.

Derrick Bernosky scored two touchdowns to lead Belfast. He scored on a 2-yard run in the second quarter and completed a 30-yard pass to Jim Davis.

Will Fogg rushed seven yards in the fourth quarter for Belfast’s final touchdown.

Stearns 45, MCI 21

At Pittsfield, Stearns of Millinocket scored 45 unanswered points to defeat Maine Central Institute.

Jared McGreevey completed nine of 24 passes for 217 yards and had three touchdown passes to lead Stearns. He also totaled 75 yards on 11 rushes with a touchdown.

McGreevey completed 65-yard and 50-yard touchdown passes to Jason Levasseur. He also connected with Charlie Osborne in the fourth quarter for a 13-yard scoring pass.

Stearns’ Corey Barnett scored on a 2-yard rush in the second quarter and McGreevey chipped in a 6-yard TD run in the fourth.

The Minutemen scored twice on defense with Osborne returning an interception 25 yards and Barnett adding a 50-yard interception return.

Shawn Bennett led the Huskies with two rushing touch-downs in the first quarter. Bennett totaled 16 carries for 84 yards.

Brandon Wilson added a 10-yard score in the second quarter.

Markus White had 12 tackles and a fumble recovery to anchor MCI’s defense.

MCI committed nine turn-overs.

Bucksport 50, Orono 13

At Bucksport, Nate Warren added to his impressive season rushing total despite not even playing the final quarter with 136 yards and three touchdowns on just 15 carries for the undefeated Golden Bucks.

Bobby Alvarado gained 131 yards and scored two TD’s on just three carries as the Bucks gained 442 yards on the ground. Ray Wood led the defense with six solo tackles and seven assists.

Orono’s Ben Perry gained 136 yards and scored two TD’s on 20 carries and Blaine Silk added 69 yards on 12 carries.

Girls Soccer

Class A

Bangor 1, Edward Little 0

At Bangor, Erin Dean scored 12:37 into the first half off a Megan Doucette assist to give No. 7 Bangor the win over No. 10 Edward Little of Auburn.

Kortnie Hudgens stopped all three shots for 10-4-1 Bangor.

Kristen Prue saved 20 of 28 shots for 7-6-2 Edward Little.

Messalonskee 2, Hampden 1

At Hampden, Katie Grenier scored two first-half goals as No. 11 Messalonskee of Oakland upset No. 6 Hampden Academy.

Amanda Simpson and Alison Omsberg provided assists for 6-8-1 Messalonskee. Sarah Jacques saved 12 of 13 shots.

Michaela Stephenson scored with 1:31 remaining in the second half with an Ashley Robinson assist. Julia Snyder stopped four of six shots as the Broncos finish with a 10-5 record.

Class B

Caribou 4, Belfast 1

At Caribou, Caribou scored four unanswered goals as the fifth-seeded Vikings defeated No. 12 Belfast.

Abby Small led 12-3 Caribou with two goals. Jamie Martin and Jenna Selander added goals. Brittany Doak made four saves off nine shots.

Kaily Donnor scored 3:48 into the first for the 5-9-1 Lions. Destiney Pinkham saved 11 of 22 shots.

John Bapst 2, Camden Hills 1

At the Dorothea Dix field in Bangor, junior center-midfielder Kate Gerrow was credited with an own-goal with 19:47 remaining in regulation as the eighth-ranked Crusaders upended No. 9 Camden Hills of Rockport.

John Bapst, now 10-4-1, advances into Tuesday’s 4 p.m. quarterfinal against top-ranked Presque Isle while the Windjammers finish up at 5-7-2.

Ashley Gale served a corner kick into the penalty area, and a Windjammers’ player tried to head the ball out but it deflected into the net, and Gerrow was the nearest Crusader to the play.

Junior forward Kirsty Moriarty put the Crusaders on the board with 10 minutes to play in the first half, blasting home a rebound after a Taylor Edgecomb shot.

The ‘Jammers tied it three minutes into the second half, as Madeline Smeaton pounced on a rebound.

Laura Jordan compiled nine saves on 14 shots for Bapst, making several solid stops in the second half to preserve the tie.

Lindsay Bumbalo came away with six saves on 13 shots for Camden Hills.

Old Town 2, Foxcroft 0

At Old Town, Elise Jordan scored with 33:02 left in the first half off a Hilary Campbell assist to lift No. 6 Old Town over No. 11 Foxcroft Academy.

Erin St. Peter added an insurance goal in the second half with an assist from Jordan. Annie Cashon turned away all three shots to earn the shutout for 11-3-1 Old Town.

Sarah Whittemore made five saves on 13 shots for the 7-7-1 Ponies.

Ellsworth 4, Gardiner 0

At Ellsworth, Casey Wyman netted two goals as fourth-seeded Ellsworth defeated No. 13 Gardiner.

Ashley Smith and Taylor Tombley scored for the 11-2-2 Eagles. Maggie Harding recorded two assists and Clarissa Winkelmann had an assist. Angie Tucker saved one of two shots.

Jen Day turned away six of 12 shots for 4-9-2 Gardiner.

Erskine 2, Rockland 1

At South China, Callie Thompson broke the 1-1 half-time score by scoring on a penalty kick six minutes into the second half to give No. 7 Erskine Academy the win over No. 10 Rockland.

Thompson also scored the 9-4-2 Eagles’ first goal two minutes into the game. Cyrstal Morin saved six of 12 shots.

Hannah Sirois tied it at 1-1 seven minutes into the first off a Cassie Elwell assist for 6-8-1 Rockland. Natalie Russell made nine saves off 15 shots.

Class C

Washington Acad. 3, Dexter 0

At East Machias, Andi Flannery scored a goal in each half as No. 7 Washington Academy shut out No. 10 Dexter.

Brandilyn Hodgdon scored a first-half goal for the 13-1-1 Raiders. Irene Lewey assisted Flannery’s goal. Jesse Hardy saved four of six shots.

Maicee Gustin turned away two of 16 shots for 6-8-1 Dexter.

Houlton 4, Lee Academy 1

At Houlton, Courtney Putnam scored two goals as No. 8 Houlton defeated ninth-seeded Lee Academy.

Lainey Herring had a goal and two ssists for the 9-5-1 Shiretowners. Chelsi Murray scored the game’s first goal and Amanda Fogarty recorded two assists. Madison Lezotte turned away six of eight shots.

Katelyn Mallet scored in the second half off a Heidi Sappier assist for 6-7-2 Lee Academy. Felicia Thorton saved 12 of 17 shots.

Penobscot Valley 2, Calais 1 (PK)

At Calais, Morgan Rancourt, Jordan Leveille and Molly Woodward netted penalty-kick goals to lead No. 11 Penobscot Valley of Howland past No. 6 Calais.

Calais and Penobscot Valley tied at 1-1 after two overtimes, but the Howlers scored three penalty kick goals to Calais’ zero.

Molly Thompson scored the tying goal with 27:46 left in regulation for 10-4-1 Penobscot Valley. Casey McCloskey saved 16 of 31 shots.

Courtney Hill scored the game’s first goal off a Alex McVicar assist with 13:37 left in the first half. Hillary Hollingdale made 24 saves off 31 shots for 7-5-1 Calais.

Class D

Fort Fairfield 2, Hodgdon 1

At Fort Fairfield, Brooke Beaulieau broke the 1-1 tie off a Kaitlyn Kinsey assist with just 51 seconds left in regulation to lead No. 7 Fort Fairfield past No. 10 Hodgdon.

Keiza Bernaiche scored six minutes into the game for 9-5-1 Fort Fairfield. Katy Donovan saved three of four shots.

Sam Lycette scored with 17:53 left in the second half with an assist from Kariann Estabrook. Emmaly Jurson stopped 11 of 20 shots for 6-8-1 Hodgdon.

Washburn 3, DI-Stonington 2

At Washburn, Morgan Berube scored on a header off a direct kick from Rebecca Campbell with 7:20 left in the second overtime to give Washburn the regional quarterfinal win over the Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners.

Lindsey Blackstone and Angie Hernandez each scored a goal for the 8-6-1 Beavers. Campbell finished with two assists and Rachel Palmer had one save on five shots.

Sarah Boutilier scored both goals, one unassisted, for the 3-11 Mariners, who led 2-0 10 minutes into the second half. Esther Adams had one assist and Anika Powers made six saves on 10 shots.

Bangor Chr. 4, LCS/MSSM 0

At Bangor, Kelly Robinson scored two second-half goals to help push No. 8 Bangor Christian to victory over No. 9 Limestone/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.

Whitney Holmes and Kristin Remmick added goals for the 7-7-1 Patriots. Demelza Ramirez and Samantha Martin provided assists. Moriah Bach saved 10 of 11 shots.

Caitlin Good made nine saves on 18 shots for the 6-9 Eagles.

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