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September 11, Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News


Bangor 55, Mount Ararat 13
Biddeford 20, Massabesic 10
Bonny Eagle 27, Portland 14
Brunswick 22, Skowhegan 20
Cape Elizabeth 41, York 12
Dirigo 34, Winthrop 8
Foxcroft 48, Dexter 14
Greely 26, Poland  7
Hampden 46, MDI 6
Jay 20, Maranacook 12
John Bapst 47, Calais 24
Lawrence 44, Edward Little 0
Lewiston 35, Brewer 22
Livermore Falls 53, Madison 0
Mattanawcook 21, Stearns 0
MCI 24, Bucksport 18
Messalonskee 20, Cony 13
Morse 7, Gardiner 0
Mountain Valley 41, Gray-New Gloucester 0
Mt. Blue 30, Oxford Hills 0
Oak Hill 26, Yarmouth 20
Orono 33, Old Town 14
South Portland 7, Westbrook 0
Wells 36, Lake Region 6
Winslow 34, Belfast 14


Bangor 6, Mt. Blue 0
Central Aroostook 8, Easton 2
Hampden 4, Messalonskee 2
Orono 2, Piscataquis 0
Southern Aroostook 7, Washburn 3
Wisdom 3, Van Buren 1


Bangor 1, Mt. Blue 0
Easton 8, Central Aroostook 1
Foxcroft 3, PCHS 2
Mattanawcook 4, Penobscot Valley 2
Medomak 1, Oak Hill 0
Messalonskee 2, Hampden 1
Old Town 1, John Bapst 0
Searsport 7, DI-Stonington 5
Southern Aroostook 3, Washburn 0
Van Buren 2, Wisdom 0
Woodland 9, East Grand 1


Central 3, Old Town 1


Maine 1, Bryant 0 (OT)

Maine 3, Yale 2 (OT)

Foxcroft 48, Dexter 14

At Dover-Foxcroft, Ian Champeon rushed for two touchdowns and returned a punt for an-other as Foxcroft Academy defeated Dexter.
Champeon rushed four times for 182 yards for the Ponies. Ryan Stroud passed for 81 yards and two touchdowns to Josiah Richard and Chase Hutchinson. Stroud also scored on a 24-yard run in the first quarter.
Hutchinson also returned an interception for a score in the first. He added another intercep-tion.
Doug Richardson rushed 21 times for 87 yards and scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter for Dexter. Tim Gustin returned a kickoff 65 yards for a score in the third.
Dexter (0-2)    0    0    7    7 — 14
Foxcroft (2-0)    28    13    7    0 — 48
FA — Richard 57 pass from Stroud (Richard kick)
FA — Hutchinson 26 interception return (Richard kick)
FA — Stroud 24 run (Richard kick)
FA — Champeon 34 run (Richard kick)
FA — Champeon 70 punt return (kick failed)
FA —Hutchinson 24 pass from Stroud (Richard kick)
D — Gustin 65 kickoff return (Gustin kick)
FA — Champeon 71 run (Richard kick)
D — Richardson 4 run (Gustin kick)

Mattanawcook 21, Stearns 0
At Millinocket, Ethan White ran for third-quarter touchdowns of 1 and 45 yards and threw a 24-yard TD pass to lead the Lynx of Lincoln to victory.
Derek Gardner put the Lynx on the scoreboard with 30 seconds left in the first half on the 24-yard pass from White. White finished with 119 yards on 12 carries.
Billy Eurich paced the Stearns defense with 13 tackles and Charlie Tapley had 12.
Mattanawcook (1-1)    0    6    15    0 — 21
Stearns (1-1)    0    0    0    0 — 0
MA — Gardner 24 pass from White (rush failed)
MA — White 1 run (White rush)
MA — White 45 run (Crocker kick)

Winslow 34, Belfast 14
At Belfast, Winslow trailed 14-12 at halftime but scored 22 unanswered points in the third quarter to defeat Belfast.
Cody Souviney had two touchdowns and John McCabe scored one, all on rushes, in the final 9:42 of the third quarter to take the lead and the win.
Souviney scored four times on the ground for Winslow. He totaled 144 yards on 13 carries. McCabe rushed 10 yards to score in the third.
Belfast’s Derrick Bernosky rushed 25 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter and com-pleted an 11-yard pass to Nick Thibodeau in the second for another score. Bernosky completed four of five passes for 67 yards.
Belfast forced six fumbles and recovered four.
Winslow (1-1)    6    6    22    0 — 34
Belfast (0-2)    8    6    0    0 — 14
W — Souviney 5 run (kick failed)
B — Bernosky 25 run (Campbell rush)
W — Souviney 5 run (rush failed)
B — Thibodeau 11 pass from Bernosky (rush failed)
W — Souviney 36 run (rush failed)
W —McCabe 10 run (Moody pass from Smith)
W — Souviney 62 run (pass failed)

Orono 33, Old Town 14
At Orono, Dominic Mowrer rushed for 132 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries while sophomore quarterback Bryce Mehnert completed 7 of 11 passes for 117 yards and two scores as the Red Riots earned their first victory.
Mowrer scored on runs of 4 yards in the first quarter and 43 yards in the second period as Orono built a 33-0 halftime lead.
Mehnert connected on touchdown passes of 9 yards to Brandon LeVasseur and 8 yards to Jake McAlinden.
Brandon Higgins, who rushed for 78 yards on nine carries, added a 2-yard touchdown run for the Red Riots.
Old Town quarterback Josh Boucher scored a pair of second-half touchdowns on runs of 8 and 19 yards.
Old Town (0-2)    0    0    8    6 — 14
Orono (1-1)    21    12    0    0 — 33
O — Mowrer 4 rush (McAlinden pass from Mehnert
O — LeVasseur 9 pass from Mehnert (kick failed)
O — McAlinden 8 pass from Mehnert (Dwyer kick)
O —Mowrer 43 run (kick failed)
O —Higgins 2 run (kick failed)
OT —Boucher 8 run (Rivers rush)
OT —Boucher 19 run (rush failed)

Brunswick 22, Skowhegan 20
At Skowhegan, the visiting Dragons scored twice in the final 3:03 to rally past Skowhegan.
Quarterback Stefan Jensen ran in from one yard out while completing a 36-yard TD pass to John Williams on the next possession to complete the rally.
 Williams led Brunswick with 114 yards rushing while Jensen and James Cejka hooked up on an 8-yard TD pass in the first quarter.
Garrett Nelson led Skowhegan with 142 yards on 16 carries and a touchdown.
Brunswick (2-0)    7    0    0    15 — 22
Skowhegan (0-2)    8    6    6    0 — 20
B — Cejka 8 pass from Jensen (Edgerton kick)
S — Withee 16 pass from McGowan (Nelson rush)
S — Nelson 56 run (pass failed)
S — Nelson 9 run (pass failed)
B — Jensen 1 run (Williams rush
B — Williams 36 pass from Jensen (Edgerton kick)

MCI 24, Bucksport 18
At Pittsfield, trailing 18-17, Shawn Bennett returned Bucksport’s kickoff 40 yards and later scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 23-yard run with just 20 seconds remaining to lead Maine Central Institute to victory over Bucksport.
Sam Carmichael completed an 18-yard pass to Brandon Flegel to put the Golden Bucks up by a point with two minutes left in the fourth.
Bennett completed seven of 14 passes for 108 yards and a touchdow
n. He also rushed 12 times for 98 yards and had a 52-yard-scoring run in the third quarter in addition to his game-winning score. Bennett also totaled 103 return yards.
Caleb Laselle caught an 8-yard TD pass from Bennett, while Patrick Hapworth kicked a 27-yard field goal and was perfect on three extra-point kicks.
Vinny Tymoczko scored in the first quarter on a 2-yard run for Bucksport and in the second quarter on an 80-yard kickoff return.
Bucksport (0-2)    6    6    0    6 — 18
MCI (2-0)    0    7    7    10 — 24
B — Tymoczko 2 run (kick failed)
MCI — Laselle 8 pass from Bennett (Hapworth kick)
B — Tymoczko 80 kickoff return (rush failed)
MCI — Bennett 52 run (Hapworth kick)
MCI — Hapworth 27 field goal
B — Flegel 18 pass from Carmichael (pass failed)
MCI — Bennett 23 run (Hapworth kick)

Hampden Acad. 46, MDI 6
At Hampden, the Broncos amassed 507 yards in total offense, including 343 on the ground, to overpower rebuilding Mount Desert Island.
Sophomore Nick Stevens, a backup running back who starts on defense at nose guard, rushed for a game-high 135 yards on six carries with three touchdowns on runs of 19, 18 and 80 yards in the game’s final seconds.
Ryan Blake added 118 rushing yards, including a 44-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Junior quarterback Jon Haws completed 7 of 10 passes for 164 yards, including a 64-yard touchdown pass to Nolan Turner in the first quarter. Turner finished with 103 yards on two pass receptions, and also scored on a 9-yard run.
Fullback Michael Jenkins added a 2-yard scoring run for the 1-1 Broncos.
MDI (1-1) scored its touchdowns on a 12-yard pass from Duncan Smith to Oliver Prior in the third quarter.

Lewiston 35, Brewer 22
At Brewer, Ronnie Turner threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Peter Blais while Andy Pulk scored on a four-yard touchdown run in the third quarter as Lewiston pulled away for the vic-tory in the second half.
The Blue Devils (2-0) jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, thanks to an eight-yard TD run by Pulk and a nine-yard scamper by Matt Therrien.
But the Witches didn’t throw in the towel, as Jamie Williamson scored from 20 yards out in the second quarter to put Brewer on the board at 14-6.
After a 17-yard TD run by Pulk put Lewiston back up by two scores (20-6), Brewer drew back to within six by halftime as Brandon Briggs and Pat McEwen hooked up on a 29-yard touch-down pass while Briggs and Blake Birmingham connected on the two-point conversion.
Penalties cost the Witches in the second half, as they penetrated to Lewiston’s 17-yard line on their first drive of the second half after the Blue Devils scored on their initial possession, but a holding call coupled with an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty pushed the Witches back to the L-42, and Tyler Nunez picked off Briggs on fourth down.
Pulk finished with 157 yards on 12 carries to pace the Blue Devils.
Caleb Woodward led 0-2 Brewer’s offensive effort with 90 yards on six carries, including a 68-yard touchdown. McEwen added 64 yards on 12 attempts for the Witches, who amassed 223 yards on the ground.

Bangor 55, Mount Ararat 13
At Topsham, senior tailback Lonnie Hackett rushed for four touchdowns and went over the 100-yard mark for the second time in as many games as Bangor cruised to its second victory.
Hackett scored twice in the first quarter on runs of 2 and 34 yards, then added a pair of third-quarter scores from 62 and 30 yards out to break the game open.
He now has six touchdowns in Bangor’s first two games of the season.
Junior quarterback Joe Seccareccia tossed a pair of touchdowns for the Rams, both in the second quarter to classmate Josiah Hartley on plays covering 72 and 23 yards as Bangor built a 34-13 halftime lead.
Linebacker Nic Cota returned a pass interception 25 yards for a touchdown, while Wyatt Frost capped off the Rams’ scoring on a 5-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Mount Ararat quarterback Drew Marshall scored on a 2 yard run and threw a 32-yard touch-down pass to Torrey Charnock, both in the second quarter after Bangor had scored 21 unan-swered points in the opening period.
Bangor now is averaging 48 points per game in its 2-0 start.
Bangor (2-0)    21    13    13    8 — 55
Mount Ararat (0-2)    0    13    0    0 — 13
B—Hackett 2 run (Henigan kick)
B—Hackett 34 run (Henigan kick)
B—Hartley 72 pass from Seccareccia (Henigan kick)
MA—Marshall 2 run (Bastin kick)
B—Cota 25 interception return (kick blocked)
MA—Charnock 32 pass from Marshall (pass failed)
B—Hartley 23 pass from Seccareccia (Henigan kick)
B—Hackett 62 run (Henigan kick)
B—Hackett 30 run (kick failed)
B—Frost 5 run (Throckmorton pass from Morris)

Central Aroostook 8, Easton 2

At Mars Hill, Dan Brewer and Garrett Stiles each scored two goals and provided an assist as Central Aroostook topped Easton.
Spencer Stetson also scored two goals for the 8-2 Panthers. Brendan York and Logan Thomas added goals. Tyler Rusby and Ross Grass combined for six saves on 15 shots.
Jonah Bacon and Corey White scored for the 5-8 Bears. Cody Tompkins and Jared Hafford combined to save four of 30 shots.

Wisdom 3, Van Buren 1
At Van Buren, Rocky Chamberland, Cody Chamberland and Chris Ouellette scored goals to lift Wisdom of St. Agatha over Van Buren.
Ryan Blanchette saved three of 10 shots for the 6-3 Pioneers.
Derrick Rossignol scored in the first half off a Connor LaPierre assists for 4-5 Van Buren. Jordan Banks turned away 13 of 17 shots.

So. Aroostook 7, Washburn 3
At Dyer Brook, Dakota Sleeper scored three goals and added an assist to pace the 5-1 Warriors.
 Gary Southerland, Nick Tarr, Cody Robinson and Jake Lassonde each scored a goal. Lassonde added two assists and Patrick Goodall had one for Southern Aroostook. Jessie Boulier faced five shots and saved two.
Jordan McLaughlin scored all three of the 2-8-1 Beavers’ goals with assists from Mitchell Worster and Chris Farley. Justin Howe had 20 saves on 34 shots.

Hampden 4, Messalonskee 2
At Oakland, Graham Safford scored two goals to help lead Hampden Academy past Messalonskee.
Corey Grover and Sam Morris each had a goal and an assist for the 3-0 Broncos. Grant Aylward provided an assist as Logan Poirier turned away seven of 17 shots.
Lucas Principato scored on a penalty kick and Keegan McPherson had an unassisted goal for the 1-2 Eagles. Tom Littlefield made four saves on eight shots.

Orono 2, Piscataquis 0
At Guilford, Phil Holmes scored off a Miguel Caballero assist in the first half as Orono shut out Piscataquis.
Paul Ohno added an insurance goal in the second half with an assist from Nick Peterson for the 3-0 Red Riots. A.J. Coleman stopped all three shots.
Dylan Izbicki saved 13 of 15 shots for 0-3 Piscataquis.

Bangor 6, Mt. Blue 0
At Farmington, Nick George scored three goals and had an assist as Bangor shut out Mt. Blue.
Phil Frost had a goal and two assists for the 3-0 Rams. Luke Hetterman and Ben Claeson also scored. Adam King, John Szewczyk and Jack Stacey provided assists. Bud Angst saved four of eight shots.
Dylan Eustis turned away 14 of 22 shots for the 1-2 Cougars.
JV: Bangor 2-0

Girls soccer
Van Buren 2, Wisdom 0

At Van Buren, sop
homore Samantha Michaud scored her first career goal in the first half to lead Van Buren past Wisdom of St. Agatha.
Shawna LaPointe added an insurance goal in the second half for 3-4-1 Van Buren. Jen Ouellette provided both assists. Ashlie Wilson saved one of two shots.
Suzie Collins made 29 saves on 41 shots for 0-8 Wisdom.
Easton 8, Central Aroostook 1
At Mars Hill, Carla Halverson scored seven goals as Easton rolled.
Megan Frank added a goal for the 8-4-1 Bears. Taylor Burtt saved three of seven shots.
Rachel Grew scored in the first half for 3-6-1 Central Aroostook. Nashalli Parks stopped four of 21 shots.

Woodland 9, East Grand 1
At Danforth, Hope Howard scored three first-half goals as Woodland beat East Grand.
Molly White had two goals in the first half for the 3-1 Dragons. Anne Reffdal had a goal and an assist while Kacie Burke, Kelsey Burtt and Mikayla Hamilton scored. Ashley Laking saved seven of eight shots.
Shaunna Beaudoin scored in the first off an assist from Kaitlyn Beaudoin for 0-3 East Grand. Kim Armstrong saved 20 of 30 shots.

So. Aroostook 3, Washburn 0
At Dyer Brook, Rochelle Nadeau scored two goals and Liz Goodall also scored as Southern Aroostook remained unbeaten.
Evangeline Goodall contributed an assist for the 6-0 Warriors.
Mallary Lawler and Emily Cummings saved all three Washburn shots they faced. Rayah Saucier made six saves on 21 shots for 1-6-3 Washburn.

Old Town 1, John Bapst 0
At Bangor, Katie Deshane scored an unassisted goal with 34:05 left in regulation to lead Old Town past John Bapst.
Ashley Abbott saved all 15 shots for 3-0 Old Town.
Laura Jordan turned away 14 of 15 shots for 2-1 John Bapst.

MA Lynx 4, Penobscot Valley 2
At Howland, Katie Krapf scored two first-half goals to help lead Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln past Penobscot Valley.
Brittany Libbey and Nicole Ravosa-Riordan scored in the second half for the 1-2 Lynx. Taylor Blood turned away 11 of 14 shots.
Jordan Faloon scored a goal in each half for the 1-2 Howlerr. Leslie Theriault saved seven of 11 shots.

Foxcroft Acad. 3, PCHS 2
At Dover-Foxcroft, Shee-Ann Sergent scored all three goals for the 2-1-1 Ponies, with assists from Page Hobbs and Tia Gould.
Sarah Whittemore saved three of six shots for the winners.
Lindsey Morrill and Ashley Wardwell scored unassisted goals for the 0-4 Pirates. Julia Schaffer faced 24 shots and saved 15
JV: 0-0

Messalonskee 2, Hampden 1
At Oakland, Hannah Jalette and Amy Jose scored to give Messalonskee a 2-0 lead and the Eagles held on to beat Hampden Academy.
Samantha Mathieu assisted Jose’s second-half goal for 2-1 Messalonskee. Sarah Jacques saved 11 of 12 shots.
Jordan Maxwell scored on a Emily Gower assist in the second for the 1-2 Broncos. Tessa Wood turned away five of seven shots.

Medomak 1, Oak Hill 0
At Sabattus, Roxanne Jelenfy scored an unassisted goal with 31:51 remaining in regulation to lead Medomak Valley of Waldoboro past Oak Hill.
Ericka Christiansen saved three of six shots for Medomak Valley.
Maggie Sabine turned away six of 10 shots for the Raiders.
JV: Medomak 3-1

Searsport 7, DI-Stonington 5
At Searsport, Sara Bradshaw scored five goals as Searsport defeated Deer Isle-Stonington.
Katherine Cotter and Florence Groene added goals for Searsport. Olivia Quigley provided two assists. Megan Higgins made seven saves on 19 shots.
Ester Adams, Meaghan Robinson, Paige Rollins, Heidi Brewer and Abby Grindle scored for the Mariners. Chelsea Brown and Britnie Jones combined for six saves on 28 shots.

Bangor 1, Mt. Blue 0
At Bangor, M.J. Boyce’s goal with 21:46 left in the first half lifted the Rams by the Cougars of Farmington.
Grace MacLean crossed the ball to Boyce, who booted in a shot from about eight yards out. Mia Smith made four saves on five shots for 3-0 Bangor.
For 1-2 Mt. Blue, Emily Deane made 10 saves on 26 shots.
JV: Bangor 3-0

Field hockey
Central 3, Old Town 1

At Old Town, Kaylee Harvey scored a goal and assisted another as Central of Corinth beat Old Town.
Kaitlyn Stymeist and Kayla Grindle also scored for the 1-2 Red Devils. Alix Rudzinski made five saves.
Jenn Eugley scored off an Elexa Nickerson assist for 0-4 Old Town. Danyle Boobar stopped 12 shots.

Maine 1, Bryant 0 (OT)

At Smithfield, R.I., Laura Martel scored an unassisted goal to the right side of the next to lead the University of Maine past Bryant University in overtime.
Meagan Price-Leibenzeder saved four of seven shots to earn the shutout for the 2-2-1 Black Bears
Katie Mitchell turned away three of nine shots for 1-3 Bryant.

Maine 3, Yale 2 (OT)

At Orono, Jocelyn Mitchell scored on a breakaway 3:15 into overtime to lift the University of Maine over Yale University.
Maine (3-1) built a 2-0 lead after Maire Dineen scored off a Lelia Sacre corner at 2:49 in the first and Kelly Newton scored with an assist from Stephanie Gardiner 37 seconds into the second.
Dinah Landshut and Maddy Sharp scored goals within a minute of each other in the second half to tie it for 1-2 Yale. Katie Cantore had both assists.
Brittany Fleck saved six of 12 shots for the Black Bears. Katie Boiling and Charlotte Goins combined for six saves on 19 shots for Yale.


At Fairfield, 5K
Brewer girls 53, Maranacook 63, Brunswick 64, Bangor 87, Cony 102, Lawrence 136, Skowhegan no score, Gardiner no score

1. Abby Mace (M) 19:17.84, 2. Kathleen McMahon (Bruns) 20:18.84, 3. Taylor Burr (M) 20:51.09, 4. Sara Chavarie (Brew) 21:04.00, 5. Meghan McDonough (Bruns) 21:12.24, 6. Morgan Beede (C) 21:28.99, 7. Michelle Haluska (Brew) 21:44.71, 8. Rachel Huber (Bang) 22:02.12, 9. Rhiannon LaPlante (S) 22:16.06, 10. Bekah Clark (Brew) 22:16.45, 11. Macy Pagurko (C) 22:39.41, 12. Caroline Colan (M) 22:46.23, 13. Sarah Nims (C) 22:57.32, 14. Erica Noe (Bruns) 22:57.93, 15. Mariah Reading (Bang) 23:00.18, 16. Meryl Kus (G) 23:00.60, 17. Lily Sund (Brew) 23:01.05, 18. Annie Schide (G) 23:02.44, 19. Sarah Adams (M) 23:08.42, 20. Sarah Fuller (L) 23:15.00, 21. Mikaela King (Brew) 23:17.86, 22. Libby Huber (Bang) 23:19.92, 23. Kendall Lunn (Bang) 23:25.15, 24. Farren Welzel (Bruns) 23:32.80. 25. Samara Garcia (L) 23:33.27
Brunswick boys 36, Cony 46, Maranacook 101, Bangor 102, Brewer 146, Lawrence 159, Skowhegan 177, Gardiner 182
1. Will Geoghegan (Bruns) 15:47.60, 2. Luke Fontaine (C) 16:01.79, 3. Liam Cassidy (Bruns) 16:29.91, 4. Sam Nisbett (Bang) 16:49.15, 5. Sebastian Peters (L) 17:14.98, 6. Will Lundquist (C) 17:35.82, 7. Alex Smith (C) 17:53.97, 8. George Mills (Bruns) 17:59.53, 9. Briar Beede (C) 18:06.83, 10. Justin Greely (M) 18:14.82, 11. Patrick Horan (Bruns) 18:26.83, 12. Jonathon Belanger (Bang) 18:34.01, 13. Stephen Purcell (Bruns) 18:35.76, 14. Jamie Ross (Bruns) 18:39.15, 15. Travis Goodwin (S) 18:44.14, 16. Benson Worthington (Bruns) 18:46.37, 17. Evan Vincent (M) 18:47.03, 18. Brad McCollet (G) 18:51.71, 19. Juergen Pilot (Bang) 18:59.83, 20. Evan Longfellow (M) 19:00.45, 21. Andrew Cote (Brew) 19:01.02, 22. Chris Slonina (C) 19:02.54, 23. Arlem Down (M) 19:13.18, 24. Matt Boucher (C) 19:39.66, 25. Kyle Holyoke (Brew) 19:44.30

At Harrington

Narraguagus (2-1) def. Machias (0-2) 25-11, 25-16, 25-6
Narraguagus: Cathie Fickett 15-15 serving, 4 aces, 5 kills, 2 digs; Kala Hall 12 digs, 4 kills; Haley Toppin 24-25 (18 straight), 7 aces, 6 kills 7 digs; Andrea Perry 10
-10, 3 aces, 8 kills, 8 digs; Leydi Ly Lopez 10 digs
Machias: Alexis Wood 6-9, 3 aces, 4 digs; Sarah Smith 3-5, 2 aces 3 assists; Siana Schoppee 3-4, 6 digs

At East Machias
Washington Academy (3-0) def. Jonesport-Beals (2-1) 25-9, 20-25, 25-21, 25-20
Washington Academy: Tatum McFadden 5 kills, 1 assist, 4 blocks; Shannon Parker 9-11 serving, 1 ace, 15 assists; Taylor Seeley 6 kills, 1 block; Taylor Davis 13-16 serving,1 ace, 5 kills, 4 digs, 1 block
Jonesport-Beals: Lindsey Jones 4 kills, 2 digs, 3 blocks; Sarah Milliken 16-17 serving, 3 aces, 2 kills, 5 digs; Whitney Norton 6-7 serving, 9 digs

At Standish

Saint Joseph’s (4-4) def. UM-Machias (0-4) 25-13, 25-5, 25-13

Colby College Invitational
At Waterville

Colby 3, Husson 0, 25-12, 25-21, 25-14
Colby 3, Maine Maritime 1, 22-25, 28-26, 25-17, 25-18
Bates 3, UM-Presque Isle 0, 25-13, 25-11, 25-18
Bates 3, UM-Farmington 0, 25-21, 25-11, 25-9

Endicott College Invitational
At Beverly, Mass

Bowdoin 3, Salve Regina 1, 25-9, 25-19, 21-25, 25-12

St. Joseph’s Autumn Invitational
At Standish

St. Joseph’s 3, UM-Machias 0, 25-13, 25-5, 25-13
St. Joseph’s 3, Green Mountain College 0, 25-14, 25-12, 25-23
Green Mountain 3, Lyndon State 0, 25-16, 25-18, 25-10
Lyndon State 3, UM-Machias 0, 25-18, 25-23, 25-22

Penobscot Valley Pro-Am
At Penobscot Valley CC, Orono

Individual professional: John Hickson 65, Chad Curley 68, Don Roberts 69, Jim Fairbanks 70, Bob Darling Jr. 71; senior professional, quota points: Bob Mathews +10, Peter Hodgkins +7, Bob Darling +7; pro-am, gross: Chad Curley, Rick Ambrose, Jack Burt, Gil Coffin 59; Jim Fairbanks, Bill Whitmore, Brandon Wohl, Darren Hamre 64; Mike Dugas, Bob Ballard, Kevin Bilodeau, Steve Henigan 64; net: Peter Matthews, Mike Leclair, Dennis Katon, Paul Poulin 55; Peter Hodgkins, Paul Hodgkins, Charlie Pray, Paul Schelble 58; John Hickson, Chad Walker, Don Brennan, Jason Marco 62; amateur, quota points: Tom Bean +10, Rick Ambrose +8, Gil Coffin +7; pins: No. 4 Jim Raye, No. 6 Dennis Katon, No. 13 Jim Raye, No. 16 Rick Ambrose

At Rocky Knoll CC, Orrington
Tuesday Blind Partner

Gross: Tom Bryant, Gary Chessa 32; Larry Ring, Paul Munro 35; Robbie Robinson, Mark Spaulding 36; net: Ed. St. Heart, Adam Fournier 28 (mc); Bill Haas, Doug Higgins 28 (mc); Larry Clark, Dick Daley 28; pins: No. 12 Quintin Allan 12-7, No. 17 Adam Fournier 8-3

At Kebo Valley GC, Bar Harbor
Green Mountain
Two-Man Blind Draw

Variable best ball: Gil Bailey, Alex Wade 60; Mark Foley, Goodie Goodwin 58; Kevin Hughes, Frank Doyle 56

At Streamside GC, Winterport
Friday Night Scramble

Dan Black, Jim Seiben, Joette Fields 31; pins: No. 4 Ken Brassbridge 15-7, No. 8 Ralph Fields 17-8

At Rocky Knoll CC, Orrington
Couples League

Blind partner: Tom Bryant, Barbara Bryant, Ed St. Heart, Sue St. Heart 34; Charlie Lefebvre, Pat Lefebvre, Sonja Faulkingham, Bill Igoe 35; Larry Clark, Tina Clark, Walt Buchanan, Jackie Buchanan 39 (mc); Doug Higgins, Anita Higgins, Dave Finley, Vivian Finley 39 (mc); Quint Allan, Barbara Baker, Dave Raymond, Lisa Raymond 39 (mc); Jill Russell, Mike Barrows, Mary Kiley, Dick Leclerc 39; Barry Twitchell, Joannie Twitchell, Joe Cardello, Penny Bohac-Cardello 40; Bill Albrecht, Betty Albrecht, Matt Young, Aida Francis 41; Dave Libby, Mary Jo Libby, Irving Joy, Barbara Joy 46; pins: No. 5 Betty Albrecht 15-0, No. 7 Ed St. Heart 4-10


At Piscataquis CC, Guilford, par 36
Piscataquis (3-3) 192, Central (0-5) 246
Piscataquis: Josh Stockley 45, Aaron Ward 45, Dwight Noble 50, Cody Tracy 52, Tylor Toby 59, Michaela Richardson 65
Central: Zach Fowler 54, Randy Boulier 56, Austin Randall 63, Jess Howard 83
Medalists: Stockley (P) 45, Ward (P) 45

At Hermon Meadows GC, par 36
Foxcroft Academy (6-0) 171, Hermon (4-2) 175

Foxcroft: Matt Brown 38, Zach Evans 44, Nick Strout 42, Matt Chapman 51, Trevor Weymouth 48, Cameron Fadley 47, Luke Olsen 51, Cody Richards 49
Hermon: Tyler Fournier 39, Daniel Day 45, Matt Blackmer 46, Justin Gleason 45, Brian Finley 53, Jon Collins 49, Tyler Gordon 52
Medalist: Brown (FA) 38

At Houlton CC, par 36
Fort Fairfield 207, Hodgdon 212

Fort Fairfield: Billy Weisman 52, Landon Towle 47, Ian Givens 56, Tyler Churchill 52, Brandon Clark 56
Hodgdon: Chris Williams 51, A.J. Acott 56, Paul Griffin 55, Chris Wallace 50, Nick Lunn 59
Medalist: Towle (FF) 47

At Belgade Lakes GC, par 35, Thursday
Messalonskee (5-0) 172, Hampden (0-4) 190

Messalonskee: Ben Roy 45, Jacob Roddy 42, Gavin Hannon 46, Cale Knox 42, Josh Smith 43, Denver Gillette 49
Hampden: Robbie Aurie 47, Corey Binke 63, Jack Bjorn 53, Matt Meo 45, Mike Skarka 47, Erik Lee 51
Medalists: Roddy (M) 42, Knox (M) 42

At Green Valley GC, West Enfield, par 35
Penobscot Valley (5-0) 182, Penquis (0-5) 223

Penobscot Valley: Marshall Foster 47, Adam Nickerson 50, Brody Libby 41, Wyatt Foster 44, Logan Jipson 51, David Dube 51, Adam Moon 60, Danielle Stratton 72
Penquis: Mike Johnson 47, Klay Stevens 49, Alex Zelkin 62, Derrick Johnson 66, Justin Ottmann 65
Medalist: Libby (PV) 41

At Barren View GC, Jonesboro, par 34
DI-Stonington (3-1) 184, Washington Academy (1-3) 201

DI-Stonington: Sam Grindle 35, Jacob Starkey 52, Connor Morey 42, Drew Siebert 58, Stephanie Siebert 67, Nick Trundy 55, Alec Eaton 77
Washington Academy: Nick Rushforth 42, Sam Teer 50, Chris Plaisted 57, Ryan Sprague 52, Matt McCaslin 57, Cody Colbeth 64, Austin Foss 62, Riley Hinerman 82
Medalist: Grindle (DIS) 35

At Nonesuch River GC, Scarborough, par 70

Endicott 309, U-New England 324, Southern Maine 328, Saint Joseph’s 340
U-New England: Griffin Andrews 78, Nathan Fairfield 83, Gage Robertson 80, Ryne Lubert 85, Steve Dillon 83
Southern Maine: Cody Berkowitz 84, Zach Porter 86, Ryan Daly 79, Brian Moskevich 79, Matt Regan 91
Saint Joseph’s: Matt Cotreau 88, Steve Sands 80, Michael Patrick 87, T.J. Garske 85, Mike Lavoie 88
Medalist: Andrew LaRocque (Endicott) 75

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