Sept. 12-13, Scores and Highlights

Posted Sept. 14, 2009, at 1:13 a.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
FOOTBALL

Boothbay 36, Traip Acad. 12
Cheverus 27, Windham 13
Falmouth 22, Fryeburg Acad. 0
Freeport 24, Sacopee Valley 6
Leavitt 62, Camden Hills 14
Lisbon 8, Old Orchard Beach 0
Mount View 41, Rockland 7
Thornton Acad. 14, Scarborough 6
Waterville 54, Nokomis 6
BOYS SOCCER
Brewer 1, Waterville 0
Buckfield 2, Greenville 1
Caribou 2, Mount Desert 1
DI-Stonington 9, Searsport 0
Ellsworth 1, Presque Isle 1 (2OT)
Foxcroft 3, Piscataquis 1
Sumner 3, Schenck 2
GIRLS SOCCER
Greenville 4, Buckfield 0
Presque Isle 4, Ellsworth 1
Schenck 3, Sumner 1
Waterville 10, Brewer 0
FIELD HOCKEY
Belfast 2, Mount View 0
Brewer 3, Brunswick 1
Hampden 2, Erskine 1
John Bapst 3, Orono 1
Mattanawcook 2, Hermon 1
Nokomis 2, Winslow 1
COLLEGE
FOOTBALL
Maine 17, Northeastern 7
Maine Maritime 62, Becker 39
Merrimack 23, Husson 0
MEN’S SOCCER
Saturday’s Results

Amherst 2, Bowdoin 0
Connecticut College 1, Bates 0
UM-Farmington 3, UM-Machias 1
UM-Presque Isle 1, Maine Maritime 0
NMCC 2, EMCC 0
Saint Joseph’s 1, Johnson & Wales 0
So. Maine 1, Worcester State 0
Trinity 1, Colby 0
U-New England 1, E. Nazarene 0
Sunday’s Results
UM-Fort Kent 1, Middlebury 0
NMCC 2, SMCC 1 (OT)
Saint Joseph’s 3, Husson 1
WOMEN’S SOCCER
Saturday’s Results

Amherst 3, Bowdoin 0
Bates 3, Connecticut College 1
Husson 5, Sage 0
UM-Farmington 4, UM-Machias 0
Maine Maritime 2, UM-Presque Isle 1
MIT 4, Southern Maine 1
Saint Joseph’s 2, Albertus Magnus 1
U-New England 4, E. Nazarene 0
Sunday’s Results
UM-Fort Kent 2, Maine Maritime 1 (2OT)
Rivier 2, UM-Farmington 0
Wheaton 3, Saint Joseph’s 1
FIELD HOCKEY
Saturday’s Results

Amherst 2, Bowdoin 0
Connecticut College 5, Bates 2
Framingham State 3, USM 2
Saint Joseph’s 3, FDU-Florham 0
Trinity 4, Colby 3 (OT)
UM-Farmington 4, Gordon 1
U-New England 7, Anna Maria 0
Sunday’s Results
Maine 7, Colgate 1
WOMEN’S TENNIS
Saturday’s Results
UMass Dartmouth 7, So. Maine 2
WOMEN’S RUGBY
Saturday’s Results

Bowdoin 27, Colby 0
Bowdoin 12, UM-Farmington 5
HARNESS RACING
Oxford Fair
Sunday’s Results
FIRST, Pace, $2,800

Pocologan, S. Gray, 14.40-5.00-5.00
Danderosa, D. Dickison, 3.20-2.60
DGS Navigator, K. Switzer Jr., 4.00
T—1:58.1; Qu. 2-5, $102.80; Ex. 5-2, $48.40; Tri. 5-2-1, $469.00
SECOND, Pace, $2,000
Calla Lily Gal, K. Switzer Jr., 4.00-2.60-2.40
Scoot Outa Dodge, A. Hanley, 2.80-3.00
Star Struck Lover, D. Gray, 4.20
T—2:00.1; Qu. 1-3, $9.00; Ex. 3-1, $8.40; Tri. 3-1-7, $82.20; Daily Double 5-3, $25.00
THIRD, Pace, $2,000
Hooper, S. Gray, 3.00-3.20-2.20
Lastar, S. Mahar, 4.00-2.40
Pembroke Sargent, D. Dickison, 2.40
T—2:01.2; Qu. 1-3, $4.60; Ex. 1-3, $7.00; Tri. 1-3-7, $29.80
FOURTH, Pace, $2,000
Admiral Bull, G. Bowden, 6.00-5.00-3.00
Eric The Enemy, S. MacKenzie, 8.00-5.20
Spare Time Carl, S. Gray, 3.20
T—1:59.3; Qu. 1-3, $23.40; Ex. 3-1, $24.80; Tri. 3-1-6, $92.80
FIFTH, Pace, $2,400
Vasvixen N, S. Gray, 4.40-3.80-2.20
Point Well Taken, K. Switzer Jr., 4.80-2.60
Inagadadavidababy, S. Mahar, 2.40
T—1:58.4; Qu. 5-6, $5.80; Ex. 5-6, $11.40; Tri. 5-6-2, $33.60
SIXTH, Pace, $2,000
JoJo L’Amour S. Gray, 7.60-4.40-2.40
Canaco Oneida, G. Bowden, 24.60-6.40
Sweet Preston, K. Switzer Jr., 2.60
T—2:01.1; Qu. 1-3, $62.60; Ex. 1-3, $46.80; Tri. 1-3-6, $433.20; Daily Double 5-1, $22.00
SEVENTH, Pace, $2,400
Aloha Reggie, K. Switzer Jr., 4.60-3.40-2.40
Showdown At Dawn, C. Cushing, 3.00-2.80
Four Starz Search, G. Bowden, 5.00
T—1:59.1; Qu. 5-6, $9.20; Ex. 5-6, $9.20; Tri. 5-6-2, $47.40
EIGHTH, Pace, $2,800
Red Bullet, S. Gray, 3.00-2.60-2.20
Fox Valley Lovebug, S. MacKenzie, 8.40-5.00
Ryleys Star, K. Switzer Jr., 5.00
T—1:59; Qu. 2-6, $16.80; Ex. 6-2, $43.00; Tri. 6-2-7, $112.20
NINTH, Pace, $3,200
Honored Hall, K. Switzer Jr., 4.40-3.20-2.40
Perfect Approach, S. Mahar, 5.00-3.60
Back Spin, G. Bowden, 2.40
T—1:57; Qu. 2-4, $9.00; Ex. 2-4, $12.20; Tri. 2-4-1, $65.20
TENTH, Pace, $2,200
Oxford Bound, S. Gray, 6.80-4.80-3.40
Bikini Kinda Guy, M. Harris, 6.40-3.40
T Farm Eddie K, B. Blanchard, 12.20
T—2:00.3; Qu. 2-4, $15.80; Ex. 2-4, $34.00; Tri. 2-4-7, $187.80; Late Double 2-2, $18.00; Total Handle: $26,316
YOUTH FOOTBALL
Greater New England Youth Football
At Buckfield
Buckfield Bucks (2-0) 42, Erskine Eagles (2-1) 13
At Charleston
BCH Knights (1-0) 68, Guilford Grizzlies (0-2) 7

BCH: Ron Smith 5 touchdowns, 288 yards rushing, Matt Smith 3 touchdowns, 100 yards rushing, Ethan Smith 25-yard interception return, Robbie Musinski 2 tackles, fumble recovery, blocked punt, Steve Garib 4 tackles, 2 interceptions, Anthony Blanchard 2 tackles, 2 interceptions, Dakota Bartlett 2 sacks
Guilford: Matt Price 5-yard touchdown run
GOLF
MSGA
At Northeast Harbor GC

Flight 1 gross: Erik Fitch 72, Michael Norris 72, Tony Reynolds, Ray Hawley 73; net: Chris Pickering 63, Charles Pushard 65, Brian Astbury 66, Greg Black 66, Mike Hall 66; super seniors gross: Phil Norton 73; net: Dennis Demmons Sr. 66; team gross: Erik Fitch, Ray Hawley, Chris Pickering, Brian Astbury 63; net: Michael Norris, Greg Black, Roy Leighton, Larry Eldridge 56, Dennis Demmons Jr., Dennis Demmons Sr., Barry Fowler, Chip Brooks 56; skins, gross: No. 2 Barry Hobert 3, No. 3 Charles Pushard, No. 5 Skip McKean 3; net: No. 1 Charles Pushard 2, No. 4 Sandy Frazier 1, No. 8 Brian Astbury 1, No. 11 Chris Pickering 2, No. 12 Dylan Tibbetts 1, No. 13 Kevin Nickerson 2, No. 14 Phil Norton 1, No. 16 Frank Getchell 3; pins: No. 3 Gordon Goodwin 14-3, No. 6 Jim Greer 3-4, No. 8 Brian Astbury 3-2, No. 12 Dylan Tibbetts 7-3, No. 14 Phil Norton hole-in-one
LOCAL
At J.W. Parks GC, Pittsfield
MCI Golf Team Fundraiser

Gross: Stan Kitchin, Linda Kitchin, Keith Ashton, Tom Pollard 61; net: Greg Faulkner, Chuck Dunton, Blaine Huff, Sam Huff 54; pins: No. 4 Stan Kitchin 38-3, No. 8 Blaine Huff 9 feet, No. 13 Keith Ashton 13-8, No. 17 Keith Ashton 7-2
At Rocky Knoll CC, Orrington
Best Ball Club Championship

Chris Murphy, Adam Fournier 110, Chuck Thompson, Ben Turner 112, Mike Allan, Quintin Allan 113, Tom Bryant, Pete Fournier 122, Matt Morton, Kyle Alexander 125 (MC), Paul Munro, Robbie Robinson 125, Ron Landry, Larry Clark 131
President’s Cup
Brad Walsh, Jonathan Woodworth 98 (MC), Thomas Murray, Charley Murray 98, Tom Hite, Jared Merry 99, Alan Blanchard, Marty Bendick 103, Dan Barker, Dave Raymond 106, Joe McCluskey, Calvin Bell 106, Bill Taylor, Willy Crowell 113
At Bangor Municipal GC
Jameson Memorial Tournament

Gross: Pete Webb, Joe Rollins Sr., Don Arnold, Len Cole 55, Bill Leeman, Brian Johnson, Matt Grant, Aaron Jankowski 57, Rick Hughes, Bill Hart, Rich Marquis, Don Clark 58; net: Ed Dephilippo Jr., Rod Grant, Ed Dephilippo Sr., Jim Boothby 54, Troy Varnum, John Goody, Bill Stewart, Mike Legasse 55,

James Gallant, Jason Brooks, Darren Storr, Aaron Largay 55; pins: No. 3 Harold Newman 3-8, No. 6 Jim Stanhope 17-3, No. 11 Thea Davis 3-10, No. 16 Rich Economy 8-8
At Island Green GC, Holden
Friday Stableford League

Josh Birch, Jay Kemm plus-5, Jeff Birch, Mike Connolly plus-2 (MC), Travis Curtis, Bob Eckenroad plus-2, Jeff Waring, Ben Birch minus-7, Shawn Chapman, Bill Curtis minus-13; high stableford: Bob Eckenroad plus-9
At Dexter Municipal GC and Foxcroft GC
Dexter/Dover-Foxcroft Cup
Dexter 15, Dover-Foxcroft 15

Dover pins: No. 4 Steve Welch 31-5, No. 7 Vic Woodbury 7-11; Foxcroft pins: No. 5 Jack Sincyr 13-11, No. 14 Andy Bandola 5-4, No. 17 Rick Seamans 19-6
At Pine Hill GC, Brewer
MJ Caps Connection
Backwards Tournament

Gross: 46 John Norris, Mike Norris, Frank DiVenuti, Greg Black 46; net: Dawn England, Kathy Shawn, Deb Grass, Peggy Whitcomb 32; men’s pins: No. 9 Ken Hanscom 9-3, No. 18 Bruce Blanchard 10-5, Dave Barber 10-5, No. 17 Joe Meehan 15 inches; ladies pins: Katie LaChance 32 feet, No. 18 Jan Scaggs 11-4, No. 17 Mary Ann Beatham 21-6
At Penobscot Valley GC, Orono
Charlie & Mary Emery Memorial

Gross: George Jacobson, Jen Gavett 77, Vance Gray, Maggie Gray 78, Jim Thomas, Sherrie Thomas 79; net: Chris Farley, Cindy Farley 68.5, Grant Standbrook, Joy Standbrook 70.3, Stan Bagley, Terry Burke 71.1; pins, men: No. 4 Norm Dubay 14-4, No. 6 Rick Ambrose 9-5, No. 14 David Gonyar 7-1, No. 16 Tony Cerbone 7-3; pins, women: No. 4 Linda Ambrose 5-1, No. 6 Sue Brooker 21-8, No. 14 Chris MacGregor 3-2, No. 16 Lori Shields 8-7
COLLEGE
At Waterville CC
Colby Invitational

Colby Blue (Tripp Huber, Sam Rouleau, Han Noering, Harry Smith, Taggie Martin) minus-14, Colby White (Tom Lampert, Pete Gabranski, John Moriarty, Sanjay Bahl, Peter Zink) minus-11, Maine Maritime (Michael Smith, Luke Nielson, Charlie Boulrisse, Clayton Tolman, Jason Provencher) minus-10, U-New England (Nathan Fairfield, Griffin Andrews, Stephen Dillon, Gage Robertson, Adrian Mendes) minus-10, UM-Presque Isle (Chris Coffin, Kyle Grooms, Chad Phillips, Randy Whitmore, Chris Landry) minus-10, UM-Farmington (Nick Waltz, Reid Bond, Rich Matthews, Orion Cochrane, Justin Woodbury) minus-9
At Brunswick GC
Bowdoin Blast
Bowdoin 384, Bates 414, UM-Farmington no score, St. Anselm no score
HOLE-IN-ONE
Erik Lee

HAMPDEN — Erik Lee of Hampden shot a hole-in-one Friday at Hampden Country Club. He made the ace on the 153-yard sixth hole using a 9-iron. It was witnessed by Rion Snow, Thomas Cowan and Jack Bjorn.
VOLLEYBALL
College
At Waterville
Colby Invitational
Saturday

UM-Presque Isle def. Husson 18-25, 25-18, 25-20, 25-19
Maine Maritime def. UM-Farmington 25-20, 25-16, 25-14
Bates def. Colby 25-23, 25-27, 25-19, 25-13
Maine Maritime def. UM-Presque Isle 28-26, 25-22, 25-21
Colby def. UM-Farmington 25-13, 25-14, 25-22
Bates def. Husson 25-19, 25-15, 25-23
CROSS COUNTRY
High School
At Presque Isle
Presque Isle Invitational

Caribou boys 22, Ellsworth 59, Presque Isle 71, Hermon 102, Mount Desert 110, Old Town 145
1. Gabe Stewart (John Bapst) 17 minutes, 20 seconds, 2. Ben Chapman (Ellsworth) 18:01, 3. Christian Sleeper (C) 18:15, 4. Timothy Freme (C) 18:23, 5. Finn Bondeson (C) 18:27, 6. DJ Flynn (C) 18:35, 7. Logan Thibeau (PI) 19:02, 8. Sam Swann (MDI) 19:09, 9. Pat Brown (Limestone) 19:16, 10. Jake Michaud (C) 19:21, 11. Alexander Keefe (E) 19:38, 12. Chris Cawley (PI) 19:44, 13. Kiowa Vickery (OT) 19:57, 14. Nick Christie (JB) 19:58, 15. Lyle Stephenson (E) 20:04, 16. Nick Byers (H) 20:05, 17. David Correale (H) 20:06, 18. Robbie Kiehn (C) 20:14, 19. Tyler Hotham (PI) 20:15, 20. Matt Eager (PI) 20:18, 21. Blake Pattengale (E) 20:34, 22. Derek Hawes (E) 20:35, 23. Derick Whited (JB) 20:48, 24. Cameron Klausky (MDI) 21:01, 25. Zach Barnes (PI) 21:10
John Bapst girls 51, Mount Desert 54, Caribou 76, Presque Isle 82, Ellsworth 100, Old Town 147
1. Dacie Manion (OT) 21:45, 2. Macken Curtis (MDI) 21:56, 3. Alecia Palmer (PI) 22:03, 4. Mary Carmack (JB) 22:07, 5. Caitlin Barrows (Hermon) 22:18, 6. Hayley White (E) 22:39, 7. Dayna Michaud (C) 22:59, 8. Adrienne Carmack (JB) 23:00, 9. Frances Blank (MDI) 23:04, 10. Laura Donovan (JB) 23:10, 11. Mary Sheehan (C) 23:16, 12. Jaylee Fox (PI) 23:26, 13. Kim Spencer (JB) 23:31, 14. Jessica Swanson (MDI) 23:35, 15. Malia Demers (MDI) 23:36, 16. Elizabeth Wright (PI) 23:41, 17. Kendall Stephens (C) 23:43, 18. Katie Feeney (H) 23:44, 19. Lily Maderis (MDI) 23:46, 20. Rosie Vaolion (E) 23:51, 21. Mandy Martin (JB) 23:55, 22. Haley Carle (H) 24:16, 23. Mallory Nightingale (E) 24:17, 24. Laura Collins (C) 24:22, 25. Amelia Kief (MDI) 24:23
Ellsworth JV boys 20, Caribou 41
Old Town JV girls 38, John Bapst 40, Caribou 55, Ellsworth 81
College
At Waterville
Men’s Senior/Junior
Bates 20, Colby 39
Men’s Sophomore/Freshman

Bates 15, Colby 51, UM-Farmington 82
Women’s Senior/Junior
Colby 25, Bates 30, UM-Farmington 85

1. Amanda Ivey (C) 19 minutes, 14.54 seconds, 2. Katrina Gravel (C) 19:17.99, 3. Esther Kendall (B) 19:28.42, 4. Abby Samuelson (B)19:33.80, 5. Kate Bash (B) 19:44.44, 6. Emma Linhard 19:55.39, 7. Greta Wells (C) 20:16.90, 8. Kerri Leonhardt (B) 20:18.88, 9. Nora McCall (C) 20:28.77, 10. Ngoc Pham (B) 20:31.88
Women’s Sophomore/Freshman
Bates 23, Colby 27, UM-Farmington 100

1. Liz Schulz (B) 19:15.89, 2. Berol Dewdney 19:40.95, 3. Layne Schwab (C) 19:41.89, 4. Alicia Fannon (B) 19:58.80, 5. Lindsay Cullen (B) 20:02.86, 6. Amanda Solch (B) 20:30.55, 7. Jenny Monsulick (B) 20:18.63, 8. Morgan Lingar (C) 20:26.81, 9. Brittany Colford (C) 20:30.55, 10. Abby Cheruiyot (C) 20:42.82
At Burlington, Vt.
America East Pre-Race
(Men, 8K; Women, 5K)
New Hampshire men 39, Vermont 63, Boston Univ. 68, Maine 84, Albany 85, St. Michael’s 190

Maine men’s finishers: 5. Riley Masters, 25:41.40. 17. Miles Bartlett, 26:35.62. 18. David Currier, 26:40.68. 19. Taylor Phillips, 26:40. 91. 30. Spencer McElwain, 27:10.18. 44. Patrick Mullarkey, 27:50.32. 56. Marc Halverson, 29:01.72.
Boston Univ. women 49, Vermont 56, Maine 63, New Hampshire 73, Albany 89, St. Michael’s 189
Maine women’s finishers: 2. Corey Conner, 18:25.13. 6. Jordan Daniel, 18:52.79. 11. Allison Conner, 19:13.27. 20. Hilary Maxim, 19:55.36. 24. Cynthia Hunter, 20:01.45. 33. Jennifer Lucy, 20:25.82. 34. Whitney Chamberlain, 20:29.07. 45. Brenna Walsh, 20:55.52. 52. Sabrina Petri, 21:19.08.
ROAD RACING
Run For Hope 5K
At Hermon
Top 100 finishers

1 Phil LeBreton 17:15; 2 Gaudreau Jacob 18:17; 3 O’Donnell Greg 18:59; 4 Kristine Guaraldo 20:26; 5 Mark Nemec 20:46; 6 Jeffrey Dimmen 20:53; 7 Dan Milan 21:00; 8 Brian Flynn 21:13; 9 Brett Carriere 21:19; 10 Ryan Hegarty 21:26; 11 Sean Kull 21:31; 12 Tanner House 21:44; 13 Joshua VanDyk 21:55; 14 William O’Neill 21:59; 15 Matthew Mangene 22:00; 16 Adam Shemansky 22:00; 17 Kevin Swallow 22:12; 18 Mark Thompson 22:14; 19 Rachel Foster 22:20; 20 Michael Cornell 22:21; 21 Scott Darling 22:33; 22 Spencer Abbott 22:44; 23 Kyle Beattie 22:45; 24 Robert Dee 23:08; 25 Joseph Diamond 23:09;
26 Theodor Andersson 23:10; 27 Kyle Solomon 23:12; 28 Jack Rawcliffe 23:26; 29 Carroll Ellingwood 23:31; 30 Bisbee Wyatt 23:41; 31 Katelyn Vanderhoff 23:42; 32 Kristin Baker 23:42; 33 Brittany Williams 23:43; 34 Amanda Tewksbury 23:43; 35 Charles Sawyer 23:44; 36 Shawn Grooms 23:45; 37 Tim Rogers 24:05; 38 David deKastrozza 24:15; 39 Dave Samuelian 24:34; 40 Nicholas Pryor 24:43; 41 Shawn Sirman 24:43; 42 Alex Shi 24:55; 43 DAn Barleaux 25:05; 44 Klas Leidermark 25:21; 45 Samantha Wheeler 25:23;

46 Brad Coffey 25:25; 47 Yekaterina Bratichk 25:29; 48 Morgan Deane 25:39; 49 Tyler Moore 25:50; 50 Doug Allen 25:51;
51 Jerry Hayman 25:55; 52 Thomas Henagher 26:16; 53 Joshua Seeley 26:22; 54 Rachele Burns 26:23; 55 Carlene West 26:24; 56 Christine Longtin 26:25; 57 Corleen Iannazzi 26:26; 58 unknown 26:26; 59 Amber Smith 26:27; 60 Brandi Rideout 26:33; 61 Michael Banwell 26:34; 62 Dawn Moore 27:01; 63 Martin Keresy 27:16; 64 Eric Hartz 27:17; 65 Linea Utecht 27:45; 66 William Webb 27:48; 67 Erin Campbell 27:52; 68 Day Bryan 28:00; 69 Corinne Wellington 28:06; 70 Brenda Joslyn 28:07; 71 Erin Iandoli 28:08; 72 Terri Bray 28:14; 73 Melissa Everitt 28:22; 74 Linda Fuller 28:27; 75 Melissa Gillis 28:29;
76 Ray Bessette 28:30; 77 Vanessa Gerow 28:42; 78 Moore Mary 28:51; 79 Jenn Freese 28:53; 80 Jillian Chandler 28:53; 81 Lynn Webb 28:57; 82 Ryan Johnson 29:00; 83 Michaud Jake 29:15; 84 Tiffany Howard 29:28; 85 Nicholas Lorenzo 29:41; 86 Rachel Jenkins 29:44; 87 Merrill-Mag Melinda 29:44; 88 Keith Madden 30:04; 89 Abigail Cronkite 30:06; 90 Paula Sawyer 30:24; 91 Rebecca Deschaine 31:24; 92 Derek Huelz 31:27; 93 Xiou Li 31:38; 94 Samantha Baranowski 31:59; 95 Tori Nightingale 32:01; 96 Shareka Maner 32:05; 97 Michelle Goody 32:14; 98 Melissa Barnett 32:21; 99 Gloria Asalone 32:30; 100 Natalie Smalley 32:34
Top Division Finishers
Overall male: 1. Phil LeBreton 17:15, 2. Jacob Gaudreau 18:17, 3. Greg O’Donnell 18:59; female: 1. Kristine Guaraldo 20:26, 2. Rachel Foster 22:20, 3. Morgan Deane 25:39; male 1-10: 1. William Webb 27:48, 2. Nicholas Lorenzo 29:41, 3. Zachary Frisch 39:12; female: 1. Nina Smalley 34:45, 2. Calli Veillette 49:20, 3. Sairah Damboise 50:48; male 11-14: 1. Tyler Moore 25:50, 2. Jake Michaud 29:15, 3. Kyle Veillette 46:07; female: 1. Tori Nightingale 32:01, 2. Natalie Smalley 32:34, 3. Lauren Nightingale 34:44; male 15-18: 1. Wyatt Bisbee 23:41, 2. Shawn Grooms 23:45, 3. Alex Shi 24:55; female: 1. Sydni Shorey 40:55, 2. Kelsi McHugh 51:22, 3. Danielle Fowler 52:14; male 19-29: 1. Ryan Lynch 32:36, 2. Nick Starbird 56:00; female: 1. Brandi Rideout 26:33, 2. Erin Campbell 27:52, 3. Vanessa Gerow 28:42; male 30-39: 1. Sean Kull 21:31, 2. Thomas Henagher 26:16, 3. Derek Huelz 31:27; female: 1. Carlene West 26:24, 2. Christine Longtin 26:25, 3. Dawn Moore 27:01; male 40-49: 1. Jack Rawcliffe 23:26, 2. Dan Barleaux 25:05, 3. Brad Coffey 25:25; female: 1. Corleen Iannazzi 26:26, 2. Brenda Joslyn 28:07, 3. Terri Bray 28:14; male 50-59: 1. Dan Milan 21:00, 2. Carroll Ellingwood 23:31, 3. Tim Rogers 24:05; female: 1. Linda Fuller 28:27, 2. Mary Moore 28:51, 3. Gemma Smalley 38:50; male 60-69: 1. Charles Sawyer 23:44, 2. Dave Samuelian 24:34, 3. Doug Allen 25:51; female: 1. Paula Sawyer 30:24, 2. Rene Collins 33:25, 3. Kay Martin 35:44; male 70-99: 1. Tom Rusk 33:26, 2. Bob Rowe 57:56, 3. Robert Rackmales 58:33; female: 1. PJ McCluskey 41:46, 2. Dell Rowe 49:52
HIGH SCHOOL
Football
Mount View rolls past Belfast

BELFAST — Aaron Santana completed 8 of 13 passes for 204 yards and four touchdowns as Mount View earned its second straight high school football victory, 41-7 over Rockland Saturday. Tyler Rednour rushed for 155 yards on 15 carries and scored two touchdowns, one on a 26- yard run and the second on a 23-yard pass from Santana. Tight end Erick Nealley had four receptions for 141 yards and three touchdowns on catches of 70, 15 and 18 yards. Defensive tackle Jared Hustus returned an interception 60 yards for a Mount View touchdown. Rockland scored on a 70-yard pass from Dylan Meklin to T.J. Dodge.
Leavitt 62, Camden Hills 14
At Rockport, Jon Letourneau scored two rushing touchdowns and two receiving scores as Leavitt of Turner Center spoiled the first home varsity football game for the Windjammers since the 1930s. Jordan Hersom added three rushing touchdowns for the Hornets, who led 24-0 at halftime. Jacob Powers scored both touchdowns for Camden Hills on a 1-yard run in the third quarter and a 38-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Waterville 54, Nokomis 6
At Waterville, Kris Huggins rushed for 145 yards and three touchdowns as the Purple Panthers earned their second victory. Huggins scored Waterville’s first three touchdowns on runs of 1, 30 and 25 yards as the Purple Panthers built a 27-6 halftime lead. Josh Gaudette added 105 rushing yards, and he scored on a 30-yard run and a 46-yard interception return. Nokomis scored on a 6-yard run by Jacob Welch in the second quarter. Nokomis quarterback Derek Amoroso passed for 166 yards but was hurt by four interceptions, two that were returned for touchdowns.
John Bapst 47, Calais 24
At Cameron Stadium in Bangor Friday night, Bill Wetherbee scored five touchdowns, including the game’s first four, to lead the Crusaders by the Calais-Woodland Silverados. Wetherbee returned an interception 22 yards for the game’s first touchdown and then added TD runs of 3 and 5 yards as the Crusaders jumped out to a 19-0 lead. Wetherbee added a TD run of 50 yards in the second quarter after quarterback Shane Hass had thrown TD passes of 8 and 16 yards to Max Andrews and Lucas Philippon, respectively. Ryan Cavanaugh ran for touchdowns of 8 and 6 yards for Calais and Kevin Ross caught a 68-yard TD pass from Jordan Perry. John Bapst finished with 327 total yards and Calais had 317.
BOYS SOCCER
O’Donnell, Valley, Nadeau lead Brewer boys past Waterville
WATERVILLE — Jacob O’Donnell’s goal with 36 seconds left in the game lifted the Brewer Witches to a 1-0 schoolboy soccer victory over the Waterville Panthers Saturday. Jake Valley assisted on the winning goal for the 2-1 Witches. Evan Nadeau made five saves on eight shots. Ben Congdon-Jones stopped seven of 11 shots for the 1-2 Panthers. JV: Brewer 2-1
Sumner 3, Schenck 2
At East Millinocket, Gabe O’Brien scored two unassisted first-half goals to lead Sumner by Schenck. Joey Malloy’s unassisted goal late in the game provided the 1-2 Tigers the eventual margin of victory. Brendan Tenney made 19 saves on 21 shots. Aaron Ewing scored a goal in each half to pace the 1-3 Wolverines. Ryan Thompson posted 10 saves on 16 shots.
Caribou 2, Mount Desert 1
At Mount Desert, Cameron Anderson scored two goals, including the game-winning goal with 6.5 seconds left in the game, to lead Caribou to the win. Nate Rossignol grabbed an assist while Garrett Jordan made six saves on 10 shots for the 2-1-1Vikings. Carl Ferm scored for 1-2 MDI with 28 minutes left in the game on an assist from Travis Norwood. Ben Cummings and Iz Ward combined for eight saves on 12 shots. JV: Caribou 3-2
DI-Stonington 9, Searsport 0
At Deer Isle, Tobias Schulze scored a pair of goals and assisted on two others as Deer Isle-Stonington improved to 3-1. Evan Rollins, John Lymburner, Oliver Lawson, Cody Grimmel, Noah Leighton, Jordan Adams and Jay Boyce had the other goals with Rollins and Curtis Weed collecting an assist apiece. Joe Carter made three saves on five shots. Evan Kingsbury made 22 saves on 46 shots for 0-4 Searsport.
Buckfield 2, Greenville 1 (OT)
At Greenville, Aaron Dewitt scored the game-winning goal 40 seconds into overtime off a corner kick to lift Buckfield past Greenville. Dustin Damon netted the first goal with 12 minutes left in the game for 2-0 Buckfield. Alex Jardine made 14 saves on 19 shots. Tony DiAngelo scored for 0-3 Greenville off a pass from Tristan Richards. Nate Carson stopped 29 of 40 shots.
Foxcroft 3, Piscataquis 1
At Guilford, Jordan Kim tallied a goal and an assist as Foxcroft Academy topped Piscataquis. Kyosuke Mikmae and Fuad Char each added a goal for the 3-1 Ponies. Ellsworth Bell made seven saves on 15 shots. Chris Fagan scored for 0-4 Piscataquis on an assist from Nick Schmiedlehner. Dylan Izbicki stopped 13 of 19 shots. JV: 2-2
GIRLS SOCCER
Ca

ribou 1, MDI 0
At Bar Harbor, Jenna Selander’s unassisted first-half goal lifted the Vikings past the Mount Desert Island Trojans. Brittany Doak made 17 saves on 17 shots for 4-2 Caribou. For 0-2 MDI, Elizabeth Sargent made 16 saves on 24 shots. JV: MDI 2-0
Schenck 3, Sumner 1
At East Millinocket, Lauren Lowell scored a goal and added an assist to spark Schenck past Sumner of East Sullivan. Karlie Michaud and Krysten Quinn each netted a goal in the first half for the 2-0-1 Wolverines. Leann Toothaker and Kira Burleigh combined for two saves on four shots. Ashley Pennartz scored a second-half goal for 0-3 Sumner. Kelsey Tucker stopped 31 of 35 shots.
Waterville 10, Brewer 0
At Brewer, Jordan Pellerin scored seven goals as defending state Class A champion Waterville triumphed. Sylvia Reynolds added two goals and Abbie Webster scored once for 3-0 Waterville and Cara Rousseau made two saves on five shots. Missy Thompson tended goal for 0-3 Brewer and faced more than 30 shots. JV: Waterville 6-1
Greenville 4, Buckfield 0
At Greenville, McKenna Peat registered three goals in the first half to spark Greenville past Buckfield. Gretel Breton added a goal in the first half for the 2-1 Lakers. Tiffany Howard, Miranda Drinkwater and Breton each had an assist.
FIELD HOCKEY
Belfast 2, Mount View 0

At Belfast, goals by Lauren Rice and Casey James propelled the Lions to victory over previously unbeaten Mount View of Thorndike. Rice scored on an assist from Kristi Osgood 18:38 into the first half. James scored with 9:17 left in the match, as Crystle Kirby controlled the ball, then hit a cross that was deflected by Rice before James finished off the play. Paxton Mohney stopped all four shots she faced in goal for 3-1 Belfast. Rebecca Kimball stopped four of six shots for 3-1 Mount View. JV: Mount View 3-1
John Bapst 3, Orono 1
At Orono, Elise Tilton had two assists as John Bapst of Bangor remained unbeaten. Marianne Ferguson scored a first-half goal for the 4-0 Crusaders, while Marissa Rublee and Katrina Daigle scored in the second half. Orono (2-2) got a second-half goal from Virginia Lopes-Anido. Morgan Smith made six saves on seven shots in goal for John Bapst. Amber Saucier made 15 saves on 18 shots for Orono. JV: Orono 2-1
Nokomis 2, Winslow 1
At Newport, Sabrina Vaillancourt provided the winning margin, scoring with 3:16 left in the first half, as the Warriors topped Winslow. Marissa Shaw scored a first half goal off a pass from Jordin McGinnis for 4-0 Nokomis. Maria Adams stopped seven of eight shots. Christine Parrilli scored for 2-1 Winslow off an assist from Sarah Pelletier. Sarah Jackson made seven saves on nine shots. JV: 1-1
Brewer 3, Brunswick 1
At Brewer, Deaven Smith, Tonya Carlson and Rachel Triplett each netted a goal as Brewer defeated Brunswick. Amanda Ryan grabbed two assists for the 3-1 Witches while Brittany Albert had one. Angela Patterson blocked 11 of 12 shots. Kyia Jensen scored for 2-2 Brunswick in the second half. Abby Theberge made 19 saves on 22 shots. JV: 2-2
MA Lynx 2, Hermon 1 (2OT)
At Hermon, Morgan Mushero scored with 4:39 left in double overtime to lift Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln past Hermon. Brooke Kimball scored an unassisted goal in the first half for the 2-1 Lynx. Colleen Albert made five saves on six shots. Mary Ricker tied the game for 1-3 Hermon with 7:14 left in the second half. Jaime Roy stopped six of nine shots. JV: Mattanawcook 2-1
Hampden 2, Erskine Acad. 1
At Hampden, Mindy Grover and Dani Lumino each scored an unassisted goal to lead Hampden Academy to its first win. Meghan Kathman scored for Erskine Academy of South China. Mel Parker made one save on three shots for 1-3 Hampden. Tabitha Plourde made four saves on eight shots for 0-3 Erskine. JV: Hampden Acad. 4-0
COLLEGE
Women’s soccer
Sacred Heart (3-3) 2, Maine (2-3-1) 0
At Fairfield, Conn., Sunday

Sacred Heart goals: Ashley Testani, Samantha Kee; goalie saves/shots: Meghan Reichelt 7-12; Maine goalie saves/shots: Meagan Price-Leibenzeder 3-18
UMFK (4-0) 2, MMA (2-3) 1 (2OT)
At Fort Kent, Sunday
UMFK goals: Whitney Sinclair, Morgan Chasse; assists: Sinclair, Theresa Biggs; goalie saves/shots: Mindy Morneault 4-5; MMA goal: Callie Thompson; goalie saves/shots: Jessica Stahl and Lacey Jackson 21-37
Sacred Heart (3-3) 2, Maine (2-3-1) 0
At Fairfield, Conn., Sunday

Sacred Heart goals: Ashley Testani, Samantha Kee; goalie saves/shots: Meghan Reichelt 7-12; Maine goalie saves/shots: Meagan Price-Leibenzeder 3-18
Rivier (1-1) 2, UMF (2-1) 0
At Farmington, Sunday

Rivier goals: Heather Lefebvre, Amuy Desimone; goalie saves/shots: Brittany Puleo 1-5; UMF goalie saves/shots: McKell Barnes and Crystal Johnson 8-19
Husson (4-1) 5, Sage (2-1) 0
At Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Saturday

Husson goals: Kylan Smith, Amy Sanz, Megan Clement, Alexandra Laniewski, Kayleigh Piccirillo; assists: Shelby Bradford, Megan LaJoie, Clement; goalie saves/shots: Jenn Plourde 1-3; Sage goalie saves/shots: Brittany McDonald 7-26
UMF (2-0) 4, UMM (0-2) 0
At Farmington, Saturday

UMF goals: Laura St. John 2, Alida Peake, Beth Charles; assists: Noelle Moulton, Melissa St. Amand; goalie saves/shots: McKell Barnes and Crystal Johnson 2-8
UMM goalie saves/shots: Stephanie Wunderley 7-17
MIT (2-2) 3, USM (0-4) 1
At Gorham, Saturday

MIT goals: Katie Pesce, Emily Kuo, Alisha Lussiez, Merricka Livingstone; goalie saves/shots: Katy Olesnavage and Meghan Wright 3-6
USM goal: Bridget FitzGerald; assist: Chelsea Norton; goalie saves/shots: Kat Rothe 5-19
Saint Joseph’s (1-0-1) 2, Albertus Magnus (2-1) 1
At New Haven, Conn., Saturday

Saint Joseph’s goals: Brianna Jordan 2; assist: Mikayla Call; goalie saves/shots: Katye Mayo 4-13; Albertus Magnus goal: Krystal Quinones; goalie saves/shots: Christina Oddo 1-13
MMA 2, UMPI 1
At Presque Isle, Saturday

MMA goals: Callie Thompson, Alexis Bennett; assists: Katie Hutchinson; goalie saves/shots: Jess Stahl 4-5; UMPI goal: Lainey Herring; goalie saves/shots: Taylor Ussery and Carolynn Tuck 11-14
Men’s soccer
NMCC 2, SMCC 1 (OT)
At South Portland, Sunday

NMCC goals: Luke Ireland 2; assist: Tyler Robinson; goalie saves/shots: Matt Tarr 22-38; SMCC goal: Pete Dore; goalie saves/shots: Matt Richio 6-12
Saint Joseph’s (3-2-1) 3, Husson (1-3) 1
At Standish, Sunday

Saint Joseph’s goals: Doug MacCallum 2, Paul Robins; assists: Tim Davison, Joseph Happnie; goalie saves/shots: Will Pike 8-17; Husson goal: Mark Trombley; goalie saves/shots: Miguel Dominguez 6-13
UMFK (4-0) 1, Middlebury (1-1) 0
At Middlebury, Vt., Sunday

UMFK goal: Jermaine West; assist: Keith Williams; goalie saves/shots: Giovanni Sinclair 2-3; Middlebury goalie saves/shots: Tim Cahill 9-13
NMCC 2, EMCC 0
At Bangor, Saturday

NMCC goals: Dustin Graham 2; assist: Luke Ireland, Tyler Robinson; goalie saves/shots: Matt Tarr 5-7; EMCC goalie saves/shots: Dillan Bonnvie 13-18
Trinity (1-0) 1, Colby (0-1)0
At Waterville Saturday

Trinity goal: Samuel Wisner; goalies saves/shots: Grant Schonberg and Nathan Maggiotto 3-9; Colby goalies saves/shots: Dan Marden and Doug Sibor 4-9
Conn. College (1-0) 1, Bates (0-1) 0
At Lewiston, Saturday

Connecticut College goal: Winslow Murdoch; goalie saves/shots: Alex Martland 3-15; Bates goalie saves/shots: Greg Watts 11-19
USM (2-2) 1, Worcester St. (1-4) 0
At Gorham, Saturday

U. Southern Maine goal: Peter McHugh;

goalie saves/shots: David Kreps 4-6
Worcester State goalie saves/shots: Evan Wilga 2-12
UMF (3-0) 3, UMM (0-2) 1
At Farmington, Saturday

UMF goals: Ryan Pelletier, Dillon clark, Sean Raph; assists: Jake Constantine; goalie saves/shots: Paul Dupre 6-12; UMM goal: Josh Gurwicz; goalie saves/shots: Kyle Lancaster 5-16
Saint Joseph’s (2-2-1) 1, Johnson & Wales (0-4) 0
At E. Providence, R.I., Saturday

Saint Joseph’s goal: Doug MacCallum; assist: Tim Davison; goalie saves/shots: Will Pike 2-13; Johnson & Wales goalie saves/shots: Joe Ferraro 14-37
UMPI 1, Maine Maritime 0
At Presque Isle, Saturday

UMPI goal: Craig Maffel; assist: Trevor Hews; goalie saves/shots: Richard Felbaum and Austin Dufour 2-6; Maine Maritime Acad. goalie saves/shots: Jeff Butland 5-15
Trinity (1-0) 4, Colby (0-1) 3 (OT)
At Waterville, Saturday

Trinity goals: Christy Bradley 2, Robyn Williams, Michelle Williams; assists: Carrie Wolcott 2; goalie saves/shots: Gina Dinallo 8 saves/14 shots; Colby goals: Ashley Wagner, Heather Quadir, Hannah O’Brien; assists: Quadir 2, Meghan Saccone; goalie saves/shots: Liz Fontaine 9/16
Framingham State (2-1) 3, Southern Maine (2-3) 2
At Gorham, Saturday

FSC goals: Kristen Sacco, Kali Barrett, Erica Fisher; assists: Kayleigh Force; goalie saves/shots: Allesha Kenyon 9/14; USM goals: Kailey Bubier, Caitlin Albert;; assists: Heidi Swett; goalie saves/shots: Allison Hill 7/13
UM-Farmington (1-1) 4, Gordon College (0-5) 1
At Farmington, Saturday

UMF goals: Alyssa St. Pierre 2, Sara Lane, Ashley Wentworth; assists: St. Pierre, Hattie Agnew; goalie saves/shots: Felisha Taylor 5/8; Gordon goal: Kristin Lewis; assist: Wendy Redcay; goalie saves/shots: Alicia L’Heureux 8/14
St. Joseph’s (2-0) 3, Fairleigh-Dickinson-Florham (2-3) 0
At Madison, N.J. Saturday

SJ goals: Kayla Nowell 2, Sarah Bartell; assists: Alyssa Dunn, Julia Ostrowski; goalie saves/shots: Meaghan Johnson 1/4; FD-F goalie saves/shots: Meghan O’Neil 4/9
FOOTBALL
Mariners cruise by Becker in opener
Merrimack shuts out Husson 23-0

LEICESTER, Mass. — Halfback Nick Bourassa of Jay rolled up 177 yards on only seven carries and scored a touchdown to lead Maine Maritime Academy to a 62-39 football victory over Becker College Saturday. The Mariners amassed 508 rushing yards on their way to an opening-day victory over the Eagles. Senior fullback Jim Bower of South Paris gained 157 yards on 22 carries and scored three times for Maine Maritime Academy of Castine. The Mariners scored 22 second-quarter points to take a 28-13 lead. The teams combined for 53 fourth-quarter points. Bower had TD runs of 5, 17 and yards, while Bourassa ripped off an 82-yarder. Travis Fergola of Mexico registered eight tackles to lead MMA. Becker was led by quarterback Robert Baker, who completed 23 of 32 passes for 272 yards and three touchdowns.
Merrimack 23, Husson 0
At North Andover, Mass., the Warriors scored all their points in the first half and went on to shut out the Eagles. Anthony Smalls rushed for 188 yards on 24 carries to head the ground game for Division II Merrimack, while James Suozzo completed 15 of 26 passes for 218 yards and two TDs. The Warriors generated 473 yards of total offense and came up with three turnovers. Husson University of Bangor managed only 218 total yards. Julius Williams carried 19 times for 40 yards while QB Jack Hersom of Sidney completed six of 11 passes for 53 yards with two interceptions. Senior linebacker Bobby Gilbert of Beaver Cove led Husson with 10 tackles and Deenon Blindow was in on nine. Starting quarterback James McCandless was injured during the contest.

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