September 16 Scores and Highlights

Posted Sept. 16, 2009, at 11:43 p.m.

Bangor 8, Waterville 0
Calais 2, Woodland 1 (OT)
East Grand 2, Hodgdon 1
Mount View 9, Nokomis 4
Penobscot Valley 3, Lee 2
So. Aroostook 3, Ashland 1

Bangor 2, Waterville 1 (1OT)
Bangor Chr. 4, Sumner 0
Central 1, Piscataquis 0
Foxcroft 5, Penquis 0
Fort Kent 0, Madawaska 0 (2OT)
Hodgdon 2, East Grand 0
John Bapst 5, Hermon 0
Leavitt 3, Camden Hills 0
Medomak 2, Rockland 1
Nokomis 4, Mount View 0
Old Town 3, Bucksport 0
Penobscot Valley 3, Dexter 2
So. Aroostook 4, Ashland 1
Washburn 2, Wisdom 0
Washington Acad. 1, Shead 0

Central 1, Old Town 0
Dexter 3, Piscataquis 0
Orono 3, Hermon 2 (OT)

Bowdoin 3, Southern Maine 1
Husson 2, UM-Machias 0
MMA 0, Colby 0 (2OT)

Husson 8, UM-Machias 0
St. Joseph’s 3, Mount Ida 0

Southern Maine 2, UM-Farmington 1
East Grand 2, Hodgdon 1

At Hodgdon, Abe Brittain made 24 saves on 45 shots and Jordan Crone scored both goals as East Grand of Danforth improved to 1-2.
Chris Harris scored off a Wade Estabrook pass for 1-7 Hodgdon, and Erik Ryan and Dan McGillicuddy combined for two saves on six shots.

Calais 2, Woodland 1 (OT)
At Calais, Jeremy Beers’ second goal of the game, 39 seconds into overtime, powered the Blue Devils past the Dragons.
Beers took the opening tap in overtime and dribbled into the Woodland end. The Dragons took the ball away from Beers, but he took it back and scored from the 18-yard line.
Beers’ first goal came in the second half off an assist from Josh Gillespie to tie the game 1-1. Cole Nicholas made six saves on 12 shots for the 2-1 Blue Devils.
Jake Hoops tallied for 2-2 Woodland in the first half with an assist by Kyle Pike. Ryan Lincoln made five saves on seven shots.

Penobscot Valley 3, Lee 2
At Lee, Tyler Brzowski scored a hat trick with assists from Derek Bellavance and David Hal-lett to lead the 3-0 Howlers. Brzowski’s final two goals came in the last 13 minutes of the game to overcome a 2-1 deficit. Jacob Jones faced 16 shots and saved eight.
Jason Oh and Zach Averill scored for the 1-4 Pandas. Dustin Sawtell assisted on both goals. AJ Harris had 18 saves on 32 shots.

Southern Aroostook 3, Ashland 1
At Presque Isle, Dakota Sleeper scored all three goals, two in the first half and one in the sec-ond, as Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook beat Ashland.
Jake Lassonde and Jesse Small provided assists for the 6-1 Warriors. Jesse Boulier saved 10 of 11 shots.
Kenny Tarr scored an unassisted goal with 31:17 left in the second half for the 5-2 Hornets. Bobby Gardner made 12 saves on 20 shots.

Hampden 7, Mt. Blue 1
At Hampden, Graham Safford scored two goals as Hampden Academy cruised past Mt. Blue of Farmington Tuesday.
Bradley Dolan, Jon Lester and Ryan Cole each had a goal and an assist for the 4-0 Broncos. Grant Aylward and Corey Grover also scored. Dana Albert, Cameron Libbey and John Meehan provided assists. Logan Poirier saved one of nine shots.
Blake Hart scored a second-half goal for the 1-3 Cougars. Dylan Eustis made seven saves on 17 shots.
JV: Hampden 3-1

Mount View 9, Nokomis 4
At Thorndike, Dylan Keller scored four goals and assisted another as Mount View topped Nokomis of Newport.
Zach Babin added two goal and an assist for the 4-0 Mustangs. Justin Roberts-Pierel had a goal and an assist and Aaron Elkins and Peter Kang also scored. Eike Dominiak provided three assists. Conner Schmidt and Zoli Kertesz each had an assist. Nick Knight and Kyle Turner com-bined for seven saves on 11 shots.
Tyler Harding had a goal and an assist for the 2-3 Warriors. Cody Brawn, Felix Schaefer and Kelby Duplisea also scored. Tyler Wintle and Thomas Batchelder combined to save 15 of 27 shots.
JV: Mount View 7-3

Bangor 8, Waterville 0
At Bangor, Phil Frost scored two goals and Brian Loiselle had three assists to lead undefeated Bangor to its fourth victory.
Cody Cormier added a goal and an assist for Bangor, which led 3-0 at intermission, while Nick George, Connor Griffin, Noah Frost, Jacques Larochelle and Jack Stacey each scored a goal.
Luke Hetterman contributed two assists for the Rams.
Bangor outshot 1-3 Waterville 31-9, with Rams goalies Bud Angst and Colin Corneil combin-ing for six saves. Nate Rector made 10 saves for Waterville.

Bangor 2, Waterville 1 (OT)

At Waterville, freshman striker Grace MacLean’s second goal of the game, coming with 2:00 left in the first overtime, gave the Rams their victory over the defending state Class A champi-ons.
The win snapped Waterville’s 21-game winning streak.
MacLean ran on to an Ashley Robinson through ball and tucked her shot past Cara Rousseau from 10 yards out.
MacLean had given 4-0 Bangor a 1-0 lead off a Denali Graham pass, but Jordan Pellerin equal-ized with six minutes left in regulation by heading home a Sylvia Reynolds cross.
Mia Smith made six saves on 12 shots for Bangor, while Rousseau stopped five of 12 shots for the 3-1 Panthers.

Medomak 2, Rockland 1
At Waldoboro, Alanna Vose scored two goals as Medomak Valley beat Rockland.
Julie Enamorati provided both assists for the 4-0 Panthers. Ericka Christiansen stopped four of six shots.
Emma Mason brought 1-4 Rockland within a goal with 5:36 left in regulation. Becky Wellman had the assist, and Natalie Russell turned away five of eight shots.

Foxcroft 5, Penquis 0
At Milo, She-Ann Sergeant had a hat trick as Foxcroft Academy shut out Penquis.
Tia Gould added two goals for the 2-1-1 Ponies. Sarah Whittemore saved 12 of 20 shots.
Hannah Bess turned away 15 of 25 shots for 1-1-1 Penquis.

Washington Academy 1, Shead 0
At Eastport, Breann Corey scored 1:30 into the game and Jesse Hardy made two saves on 10 shots as Washington Academy of East Machias evened its record at 2-2.
Cassandra Stanhope made 15 saves on 25 shots for 1-3 Shead.

Penobscot Valley 3, Dexter 2
At Dexter, Jordan Leveille scored an unassisted goal with 20:23 left in regulation to break a 2-2 tie to lead Penobscot Valley of Howland past Dexter.
Jordan Faloon scored two goals for the 2-2-1 Howlers. Jocelyn Thomas saved seven of 13 shots.
Alexis Mitchell had both goals for 0-4-1 Dexter. Sarah Atwater provided an assist. Kaitlyn Ca-ron turned away 14 of 20 shots.

Hodgdon 2, East Grand 0
At Hodgdon, Lacey McQuarrie and Kensie Palmer scored to lift Hodgdon over East Grand of Danforth.
Taylor McGary and Britta Oliver provided assists for the 2-7 Hawks. Emmaly Jurson and Marissa Malone combined for two saves on three shots.
Kim Armstrong turned away 26 of 37 shots for the 0-4 Vikings.

Bangor Christian 4, Sumner 0
At East Sullivan, Katherine Bragg had a hat trick in the first half to lift Bangor Christian over Sumner.
Whitney Holmes also scored for the 3-1-1 Patriots. Bragg and Demelza Ramirez provided as-sists. Samantha Martin turned away five of seven shots to earn her first shutout.
Kelsey Tucker made 11 saves on 23 shots for 0-4 Sumner.

Central 1, Piscataquis 0
At Corinth, Max McHugh scored the winner on a penalty kick 15:06 into the second half to give Central the win over Piscataquis of Guilford.
Sam Brownell saved six of seven shots for the 3-0 Red Devils.
Julia Schaffer saved eight of 20 shots for 1-5 Piscataquis.
JV: Piscataquis 1-0

Leavitt 3, Camden Hills 0
At Rockport, Tori Zupancic scored a goal and assisted another as Leavitt shut out Camden Hills.
Bri Hammond and Abbey Randall also scored for the 3-2 Hornets of Turner Center. Danielle DuBois saved all 13 shots.
Lindsay Bumbalo turned away 10 of 13 shots for 1-4 Camden Hills.

Washburn 2, Wisdom 0
At Washburn, Rebecca Campbell and Kristi Sperrey tallied first-half goals to pace the 2-7-3 Beavers.
Angie Hernandez picked up an assist on Sperrey’s score. Rayah Saucier was in net in the first half for Washburn and did not face any shots. Campbell played in goal in the second half and turned back the only shot she faced.
Suzie Collins made 24 saves on 33 shots for the 0-11 Pioneers of St. Agatha.

Old Town 3, Bucksport 0
At Bucksport, Samantha McLaughlin, Meagan Cousins and Kelsey Maxim scored to lead Old Town past Bucksport.
Ashley Abbott stopped five of 10 shots for 5-0 Old Town.
Carrie Daigle turned away 16 of 21 shots for the 0-2-1 Golden Bucks.

Nokomis 4, Mount View 0
At Newport, Becky Wolinski, Nicole Pedone, Megan Perry and Heidi Wyman scored goals as Nokomis shut out Mount View of Thorndike.
Lacy Kent-Webber and Meaghan Taylor had assists for the 4-1 Warriors. Laura Lyford had no saves on three shots.
Kami Hartford turned away 28 of 40 shots for 0-4 Mount View.
JV: Nokomis 2-0

John Bapst 5, Hermon 0
At Hermon, senior Amber Estes, playing in goal for the first time since her freshman year, recorded four saves in relief of Laura Jordan as John Bapst of Bangor cruised to the victory.
Jordan suffered a head injury early in the first half.
The quicker, more skilled Crusaders (4-1) were too much for the Hawks (0-3-1) to overcome, as Bapst controlled possession most of the game.
Kristyn Gerow, one of nine seniors on the team, one-touched a Kirsty Moriarty cross home 5:25 into the match, while Brandi Pierce and Taylor Edgecomb both added first-half goals. Mori-arty assisted on Edgecomb’s goal.
Casey McGuire recorded an unassisted tally in the second half while Moriarty was later cred-ited with an own-goal.
She crossed the ball across the goalmouth and a Hermon player deflected it in.
John Bapst outshot Hermon 25-8.
Sara Bishop made seven saves for the Hawks.
JV: John Bapst 3-0

Fort Kent 0, Madawaska 0 (2OT)
At Fort Kent, Carissa Pelletier of Fort Kent and Madawaska’s Amanda Nadeau didn’t allow a goal.
Pelletier saved six of 10 shots for 5-1-1 Fort Kent, while Nadeau turned away 18 of 21 shots for the 4-4-2 Owls.
JV: Fort Kent 1-0

So. Aroostook 4, Ashland 1
At Presque Isle, Elizabeth Goodall scored two goals in the first seven minutes to lead unde-feated Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook past previously unbeaten Ashland.
Janel Rockwell and Rochelle Nadeau each had a goal and an assist for the 7-0 Warriors. Evangeline Goodall provided an assist. Emily Cummings saved eight of 16 shots.
Freshman Kayla Cote scored on a header off a direct kick from Macie Pelkey two minutes into the second half for the 6-1 Hornets. Taylor Baker stopped 11 of 17 shots.

Dexter 3, Piscataquis 0

At Guilford, Cally Mountain had a goal and an assist to help lift Dexter over Piscataqis.
Katie Eastman and Megan Mower also scored for the 3-1 Tigers. Chrissy Mountain and Shelby Lancaster provided assists. Lisa Conway and Maicee Gustin only had to make one save on one shot.
Brianna Tweedie stopped 22 of 29 shots for 0-5 Piscataquis.

Central 1, Old Town 0
At Corinth, Katie Blanchard swept home a Logan Wilson pass off a penalty corner with 11:35 remaining in regulation as Central triumphed.
Alix Rudzinski made three saves for the 3-2 winners, while Danielle Bubar made 14 saves for 1-5 Old Town.

Orono 3, Hermon 2 (OT)
At Orono, Jill Tuell broke into the penalty circle and fired home a shot 35 seconds into over-time as Orono triumphed.
Virginia Lopez-Anido and Bridget Vinal scored the other goals for 3-2 Orono, and Audrey Landis had an assist. Amber Saucier made four saves.
Lauren Tara and Mary Ricker scored for 1-5 Hermon with Samie Schultz and Taylor Buck collecting assists. Jaime Roy made nine saves.
JV: 1-1

Husson 2, UM-Machias 0

At Boucher Field in Bangor, second-half goals 40 seconds apart by Tyler Metevier and Edwin Acosta gave Husson its victory over the University of Maine-Machias.
Metevier tapped a Mark Trombley cross into the open net after it deflected off the hand of goalkeeper Kyle Lancaster. Acosta headed a precise cross from Metevier into the vacant net.
Miguel Dominguez and Joey Kane combined for four saves on 10 shots for 2-3 Husson while Kyle Lancaster finished with nine saves on 40 shots in an impressive performance for the 1-3 Clippers.

Bowdoin 3, Southern Maine 1
At Brunswick, Nick Powell scored the first two goals of the game to lead the Polar Bears past USM of Gorham.
Tim Prior had a goal and an assist for 1-1 Bowdoin. Eddie Jones provided two assists. Dan Hicks saved three of six shots.
Mohamed Mohamed scored an unassisted goal in the second half to bring the 2-3 Huskies within a goal at 2-1. David Kreps turned away six of 19 shots.

MMA 0, Colby 0 (2OT)
At Castine, Colby fired 56 shots on goal, but Maine Maritime Academy goalie Jeff Butland re-corded 16 saves to preserve the double-overtime tie.
Colby goalies Doug Sibor and Dan Marden didn’t have to make a save.
MMA is now 2-2-1 and Colby is 0-1-1.

St. Joseph’s 3, Mount Ida 0

At Newton, Mass., Jessica Needham scored a goal in each half to help lead Saint Joseph’s Col-lege of Standish over Mount Ida College.
Mikayla Call had a goal and an assist in the second half for the 2-1-1 Monks. Katye Mayo saved five of nine shots.
Meghan Begins turned away five of 15 shots for 1-2-1 Mount Ida.

USM 2, UM-Farmington 1

At Gorham, freshman Bethany Schleh scored the winning goal in the 50th minute to lead the University of Southern M

aine past the University of Maine at Farmington.
India Lowe scored the first goal for the 3-3 Huskies. Allison Hill saved four shots.
Lilly Barry of Hermon brought the 1-2 Beavers within a goal in the 51st minute. Alyssa St. Pi-erre provided the assist. Felisha Taylor turned away eight shots.

At Machias

Ellsworth (3-0) def. Machias (0-4) 27-25, 25-23, 15-25, 13-25, 15-12
Ellsworth: Bridget Chase 5 aces, 2 kills, 8 assists; Jenn Tupper 4 kills, 2 blocks, 6 digs; Paige Martin 4 kills, 5 assists, 1 block, 3 digs
Machias: Jordan Ranke 8-9 serving, 6 aces, 2 digs, 3 kills; Kate Richardson 18-23 serving, 8 aces, 2 kills; Sarah Smith 18-23 serving, 10 aces, 2 digs, 2 assists; Cady Rolfe 6-10 serving, 2 aces, 5 kills

At Calais
Woodland (3-1) def. Calais (1-3) 12-25, 25-13, 21-25, 26-24, 15-13
Woodland: Ariel Knights 19-19 serving, 4 aces, 16 kills, 5 digs; Crystal Annis 12-13 serving, 13 assists; Shelby Bassett 22-24 serving, 8 aces, 8 kills, 5 digs; Tamara Croman 10-12 serving, 5 assists; Hannah Woodruff 16-17 serving, 3 aces
Calais: Rebecca Redding 18 assists, 3 aces; Nicole Osborne 14 kills, 9 aces, 2 blocks; Rebecca Blake 5 aces, 4 kills, 2 blocks; Shannon Brown 17-17 serving, 2 aces, 4 kills, 4 digs; Kat Clement 6 aces, 6 kills
JV: Woodland 2-1

At Jonesport
Jonesport-Beals (4-1) def. Sumner (1-3) 25-10, 25-18, 25-17

Jonesport-Beals: Joni Alley 14-16 serving, 5 aces, 2 kills; Whitney Norton 6 aces, 4 kills, 6 assists; Lindsey Jones 8-8 receiving, 5 kills
Sumner: Morgan Whitten 10-11 serving, 7 digs, 2 kills, 1 assist; Brenn Alexander 8 digs, 2 kills, 1 assist; Emily Chipman 5 digs, 2 kills
JV: Sumner 2-1

At Bucksport
MDI (4-1) def. Bucksport (1-3) 25-13, 25-16, 25-9

MDI: Megan Phelps 9 kills, 6 assists, 4 aces; Destiny Kanu 9 kills, 2 blocks; India Ross 4 kills, 15 assists, 6 aces; Mollie Strout 4 kills, 9 aces, 1 assist
Bucksport: Chelsea Porter 12-13 serving, 3 aces, 6 digs, 1 block; Kelsey San Angelo 4-4 serving, 6 digs; Victoria Grindle 7 digs; Madi-son Porter 7 digs
JV: MDI 2-1

At Brunswick
Bowdoin (4-0) def. Colby (3-2) 3-2, 23-25, 23-25, 25-18, 25-12, 15-9

At Bangor
Husson def. UM-Machias, 3-1, 25-21, 25-20, 19-25, 25-12

At Standish (Tuesday)
Saint Joseph’s (8-4) def. Lesley (2-6) 25-21, 25-11, 17-25, 25-14

At Waterville CC

A, gross: Craig Miller 74, Tom Kus 74, Gary Proulx 78, Rod Chase 78; net: Hank Mattson 64, Butch Swanberg 65, Tom Carter 66; B, gross: Wayne Carpenter 79, Bob Thomas 82, Jack Sincyr 82; net: John Lavelle 67, Bob Anderson 70, Bill Kirby 71; C, gross: Dick Carle-ton 74, Frank Dawes 87, Don Sturgeon 88; net: Bob Denner 64, Rick Smith 66, Stan Miller 66; D, gross: Don Maxim 74, Chuck Thompson 84, Doc Howard 86, Don Cramer 86; net: Cecil Eastman 65, Paul Richardson 67, Gib White 68; E, gross: Lefty Homans 85, Dave Benson 92, Fred McPheters 94; net: Bob Emerson 70, Buddy Brown 71, Austin Carter 71; best ball, gross: Dick Carleton, Jack Sincyr, Steve Blanchard, Rick Smith 67; net: Gib White, Dick Crawford, Bob Denner, Dwane Hansen 54; pins: No. 2 Al Leclair 6-9, Pete Doran 9-0; No. 6 Bob Madrell 2-3, Tom Carter 5-8; No. 13 Dave Smallidge 7-3, Skip Campbell 15-0; No. 16 Scott Richardson 8-11, Al Smaha 17-6

At Rocky Knoll CC, Orrington
Senior Stableford League

Ted Drake, Paul Shumaker, Rollie Spellman, Ed King +22; Joe McCluskey, Joe Auger, Steve Warman, Don Wiswell +9 (mc); Dick Mar-ston, Gerry Hamburger, Phil Newbury, Charlie Veysey +9; pins: No. 5 Jim Franklin 13-3, No. 7 Leo Goodin 2-6, No. 12 Ralph Morrison 2-9, No. 17 Jim Oreskovich 3-4; high stableford: Rollie Spellman +11, Joe McCluskey +11; low gross: Roger Tracy 76; skins: No. 5 Roger Tracy, No. 9 Joe Auger, No. 12. Ron Landry, No. 17 Jim Oreskovich, No. 18 Tom Bryant

At Bangor Municipal GC
Dennis Paper and Food Service Tournament

Maria Terragni, Jeff Bridges, Dave Tourtslott, Steve Marson 62 (mc); pins: No. 3 Bill Hunt 7-1, No. 6 Steve Marson 12-0, No. 11 Ron Darling 1-8, No. 16 Nate Ellis 8-3; long drive: Tony Mann
Men’s Twilight League
Gross: Bob McGary 36, Ed Dephillippo 36, Rob Tiensivu 36, Kevin McConnell 37, Tim Black 37; net: Pat Ryder 31, Tom Lynch 32, Craig Worster 32, Chris Snowdeal 33, Shawn Berglund 33; pins: No. 3 Kevin McConnell 3-4, No. 6 Ed Dephillippo 12-6

At Streamside GC, Winterport
Men’s League

Dan Black,  Steve Dow, 41;   Jim Mylen Jr., Roger Sutherland, 42, pins: No. 4: Roger Sutherland, 6-3; No. 8: Roger Sutherland, 11-5

At Dexter Municipal GC
Ladies Day
Best seven holes

Gross: Rita Cushman 35; net: Barb Greenberg 22; pins: No. 5 Michael Ann Wells 1-8

At Kebo Valley GC, Bar Harbor
Ladies League

Two ball Texas scramble: Val Scott, Hope Lewis, Pearl Lewis 67; Susan Goodman, Tracy Hallett, Jane Shubert 67; Karen Baron, Edi Caromile, Joan Toolen 73; Jane Reynolds, Karen McFarland, Linda Thayer 74; Ann Lee, Mary Smith, Betty Bryer 78; Jane Boynton, Rita Johnston 82; pin: No. 6 Tracy Hallett 2-9½

At Hermon Meadow GC
Wednesday Night Twilight League

Dick Waning, Jim Boulier +4; Tim McCluskey, Joey McCluskey +3

At Great Cove GC, Roque Bluff,
par 30
Jonesport-Beals (8-0) 157, Calais (5-1) 162, Machias (0-8) no score

Jonesport-Beals: D’Mitri Monoe 34, Thomas Beal 34, Cameron Farris 45, Zach Geel 44, Sidney Look 48, Marcus Smith 52, Vinal Crowley 50, Garrett Beal 48, Nick Robinson 45
Calais: Dustin Goodwin 38, Stephen Smith 38, Mark Moody 39, Justin Hollowell 47, Jonathan Edwards 48, Nick Thomas 53, Joel Leeman 57, Sarah Smith 47, Amelia Moody 57, Rachel Seilonen 67
Machias: Scott Reynolds 37, Derek Frisco 37, Brandon Raye 60
Medalists: Monroe (JB) 34, Beal (JB) 34

At Va-Jo-Wa GC, Island Falls,
par 36
Hodgdon 199, Katahdin 237, Southern Aroostook no score

Hodgdon: Chris Williams 49, Chris Wallace 52, Paul Griffin 51, A.J. Acott 48, Nick Lunn 56
Katahdin: Brandon Robinson 42, Cody Cunningham 54, Brady McNally 81, Matthew Birmingham 71, Cordell Guptill 70
Southern Aroostook: David Dubois 39
Medalist: Robinson (K) 42

At Hampden Country Club, par 36
Hampden Academy (2-4) 173, Mt. Blue (4-2) 181

Hampden: Robbie Aurie 39, Matt Meo 53, Connor Perry 46, Mike Skarka 47, Erik Lee 41, Jack Bjorn 49
Mt. Blue: Dom Clements 46, Garrett Goodridge 40, Alex Witt 51, Derek Hoyt 48, Clark Orcutt 50, Jordan Williams 47
Medalist: Robbie Aurie 39

At Belgrade Lakes, par 35
Messalonskee (5-1) 8, Brewer (5-1) 1
Messalonskee 175, Brewer 184

Ben Roy (M) def. Jeremy White 2-1, Jacob Roddy (M) def. Kyle Alexander 1-up, Joey Bartol (B) def. Gavin Hannon 2-1, Cale Knox (M) def. Kyle McLain 5-4, Josh Smith (M) def. Alex Burgess 3-2, Josh Hutchinson (M) def Matt Morrow 1-up
Co-medalists: Ben Roy (M), Cale Knox (M) 43

At Dexter Municipal Golf Course, par 35
Penobscot Valley (6-0) 170, Dexter (1-4) 202

PVHS: Brody Libby 45, Marshall Foster 39, Dylan Worster 42, Wyatt Foster 48, Adam Nickerson 44, Logan Jipson 48, David Dube 53, Brandon Helms 51
Dexter: Ethan Jordan 52, Tim Babine 51, Shawn Goulette 50, Olivia Gardner, Justin Kesteloot, Cory Bearce 58, Cory Pawnell 61, Na-than Wyman 65
Medalist: Marshall Foster (PVHS) 39

At Clinton Golf Course, par 36
Nokomis (2-4) 193, Lawrence (1-6) 201

Nokomis: D

amian Donaldson 56, Ethan Pearl 44, Mike White 49, Sebastian Leeman 51, Justin Amoroso 49, Sean Kasprzak 52; Law-rence: Joe Gorham 43, Shawn Russell 58, Matt Woodbury 51, Matt Rolfson 49, Nick Noiler 62, Jordan Nutting 74
Medalist: Joe Gorham (L) 43

Wednesday’s results
First, Pace, $2,400

3. Preyingondaylite, R. Dinning, 4.20-3.60-2.20; 1. Analytical, W. Campbell, 3.20-2.40; 2. Au Artist, K. Switzer Jr., 2.40; T-1:59; Qu. 1-3, $8.40; Ex. 3-1, $11.60; Tri. 3-1-2, $16.40
Second, Pace, $2,000
3. Art By Keene, R. Dinning, 2.80-2.60-2.80
2. Western ID,  S. Gray, 5.40-4.40
4. Tropic Sand, K. Switzer Jr., 4.80
T-1:58.3; Qu. 2-3, $15.20; Ex. 3-2, $10.00; Tri. 3-2-4, $81.40; Daily Double 3-3, $6.20
Third, Trot, $2,200
1. Revenopolis, W. Campbell, 3.00-2.20-2.20
4. Luciana’s Demon, R. Nadeau, 3.60-3.00
3. Wolf’s Milan, D. Gray, 2.80
T-2:05; Qu. 1-4, $11.80; Ex. 1-4, $13.00; Tri. 1-4-3, $116.60
Fourth, Pace, $2,200
1. Totally Fresh, G. Mosher, 4.40-5.00-4.40
7. Lidia Graham, C. Cushing, 5.20-3.40
6. Big Shooter, S. Taggart, 13.40
T-2:02.4; Qu. 1-7, $32.00; Ex. 1-7, $32.00; Tri. 1-7-6, $1,093.60
Fifth, Pace, $2,400
4. Dawn On Me, G. Mosher, 5.00-3.40-2.80
6. Armbro Darling, R. Dinning, 7.00-4.40
7. Pansy, W. Campbell, 5.20
T-2:00.4; Qu. 4-6, $33.60; Ex. 4-6, $28.40; Tri. 4-6-7, $96.00
Sixth, Pace, $2,000
3. No Shoes, C. Cushing, 13.00-15.00-2.80
1. Whitlock N, K. Switzer Jr., 4.00-2.80
4. Mystical Sign, S. Gray, 2.60
T-1:59.1; Qu. 1-3, $17.80; Ex. 3-1, $44.00; Tri. 3-1-4. $71.60; Daily Double 4-3, $13.80
Seventh, Pace, $2,000
4. Gamble, W. Campbell, 5.00-2.80-2.20
1. Invinceable Juno, L. Fitch, 3.40-2.20
3. Donven Arena, C. Cushing, 3.20
T-2:00; Qu. 1-4, $12.00; Ex. 4-1, $12.00; Tri. 4-1-3, $53.60
Eighth, Pace, $2,200
4. Keystone Jubilee, K. Switzer Jr., 8.60-6.20-3.00
6. Appointed Time, M. Athearn, 18.80-5.20
1. Skike, W. Campbell, 2.80
T-2:03.4; Qu. 4-6, $228.60; Ex. 4-6, $120.20; Tri. 4-6-1, $933.80
Ninth, Pace, $3,500
5. Off Keel, S. Taggart, 39.40-4.20-2.80
1. The Boy N, S. Gray, 2.60-2.40
2. Sams My Name, K. Switzer Jr., 3.60
T-1:58.3; Qu. 1-5, $66.20; Ex. 5-1, $79.60; Tri. 5-1-2, $145.40
Tenth, Pace, $2,300
5. Early Connection, L. MacDonald, 13.60-7.60-2.60
3. Naughty Narcissist, W. Campbell, 6.00-2.60
6. Armbro Beaming, S. Gray, 2.60
T-1:59; Qu. 3-5, $13.20; Ex. 5-3, $133.60; Tri. 5-3-6, $93.20; Late Double 5-5, $72.60; Total Handle – $31,167

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