’Cats blank Bapst

Posted Sept. 25, 2009, at 12:35 a.m.
Bangor keeper Bud Angst tries to get the ball away from Hampden's Brad Dolan, (21), and  Grant Aylward, (6), in the first half of their game in Hampden, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009. Bangor Daily News/Michael C. York
Bangor keeper Bud Angst tries to get the ball away from Hampden's Brad Dolan, (21), and Grant Aylward, (6), in the first half of their game in Hampden, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009. Bangor Daily News/Michael C. York
Bangor's Clark Noonan, (25), tries to get a header on goal as Hampden defenders Austin Michaud, (9), and Jeremiah Leong, (11), try to clear the ball in the second half of their game in Hampden, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009. Bangor Daily News/Michael C. York
Bangor's Clark Noonan, (25), tries to get a header on goal as Hampden defenders Austin Michaud, (9), and Jeremiah Leong, (11), try to clear the ball in the second half of their game in Hampden, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009. Bangor Daily News/Michael C. York

BANGOR, Maine — Ryan Thibeau scored two goals as the Presque Isle boys soccer team remained undefeated with a 4-0 victory over John Bapst on Thursday.

Nathaniel Postell and Wilder York contributed a goal apiece for the 6-0-1 Wildcats. Dillon Kingsbury didn’t have to make a save on four shots.

Stewart Lenz had 18 saves on 25 shots for 2-4-1 John Bapst.

JV: Presque Isle 6-0

Woodland 4, East Grand 1

At Danforth, Jordan Perkins had one goal plus one assist as Woodland earned the win.

Gerald Cox, Ivan Subisdea and Jake Hoops added goals and Zach Cox and Kyle Pike assists for the 2-6 Dragons. Ryan Lincoln saved seven of nine shots.

Logan Crone scored for 1-4-1 East Grand with Mitchell Bartlett assisting. Abe and Alex Brittain had eight saves on 14 shots.

Ellsworth 8, Hermon 2

At Ellsworth, Sage Dyer scored two goals as Ellsworth beat Hermon.

Kyle Haslam had a goal and two assists for the 7-0-1 Eagles. Matt Duhaime had a goal and an assist. Maks Grover, Nick Holt, Zach Emeigh and Josh Bean also scored. Andrew Austin provided two assists and Brad Folmer had an assist. Jordan Carter and Justin Kane combined for seven saves on 10 shots.

Taylor Gross scored both goals for the 0-5 Hawks. Justin Cullens turned away 15 of 36 shots.

JV: Ellsworth 7-0

GSA 4, MDI 3

At Blue Hill, Pierre Dillon scored the second of his two goals with 1.3 seconds left in regulation with an assist from Weinberg as George Stevens Academy triumphed.

Ben Plohr added two more goals for the 3-4 GSA Eagles, while Weinberg had two assists Ben Olivari stopped seven of 14 shots.

Ben Steel, Connor Records and Devin Young netted a goal apiece for 3-3 MDI. Iz Ward came up with seven saves on 15 shots.

Bangor Chr. 10, Searsport 0

At Searsport, Bradley Wilcox had three goals and an assist as Bangor Christian routed Searsport.

Zach Sirois had two goals and two assists and Brandon Wilcox had two goals and one assist for the 6-1 Patriots. Ben Bragg, Ben Groski and Nate Fowler also scored. Zach Melcher and Caleb Arnold provided assists. Tyler Alexander and Tim Whitaker combined to save seven of 10 shots.

Austin Bean made 18 saves on 44 shots for 0-6 Searsport.

Dexter 4, Foxcroft 1

At Dover-Foxcroft, Ryan Wilks scored two goals to help lift Dexter over Foxcroft Academy.

Corbin Bilodeau scored a goal for the 4-4 Tigers and Cory Fanjoy added a goal with two seconds left in the game. Jay Grant turned away 12 of 13 shots.

Jordan Kim scored four minutes into the first half for the 5-3-1 Ponies. Hadi El Rabbat saved 12 of 18 shots.

Lee 2, Mattanawcook 0

At Lee, Dustin Sawtelle scored two first-half goals to lead Lee Academy to victory over Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln.

Zach Averill and Sean Bates provided assists for the 2-6 Pandas. A.J. Harris and Jake Kuester combined for three saves on six shots.

Tyler Wakefield turned away 17 of 30 shots for the 0-6 Lynx.

JV: Lee 4-1

Central 1, PCHS 0

At Corinth, Matt Kelley scored an unassisted goal with 1:20 to play in regulation as Central edged Piscataquis of Guilford.

Cole Haskell had 15 saves on 16 shots for 1-6 Central.

Erik Moore stopped 12 of 22 for 0-7-1 PCHS.

JV: Piscataquis 2-0

Penobscot Valley 5, Schenck 2

At Howland, Charlie Gardner scored three times and also picked up an assist as Penobscot Valley improved to 7-0.

Ryan Scopino, and Derrick Bellavance had the other goals for the Howlers, who built a 4-0 lead in the first half. Robert and David Hallett, Bellavance and Tyler Wood had assists and Jacob Jones made four saves on 11 shots.

Coty Powers and Aaron Ewing scored for 1-6 Schenck of East Millinocket and Shawn Borrello had an assist. Ryan Thompson made 16 saves on 40 shots.

Girls soccer

Calais 6, Woodland 4

At Woodland, Alex McVicar had a hat trick as Calais beat Woodland.

Breanna Black, Lauren Remington and Megan Cavanaugh also scored for the 2-3 Blue Devils. Hillary Hollingdale saved 16 of 20 shots.

Molly White had two goals and an assist for the 6-3 Dragons. Kacie Burke also scored two goals. Kelsey Warden turned away six of 12 shots.

Old Town 2, Orono 0

At Old Town, a day after Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor ended Old Town’s unbeaten season, the Coyotes gave Orono its first loss.

Samantha McLaughlin scored with 26:43 left in regulation for the 6-1 Coyotes. Sabrina Jordan added an insurance goal on a corner kick late in the second half. Ashley Abbott saved two of three shots.

Elizabeth Fox turned away 12 of 16 shots for 6-1 Orono.

JV: Orono 5-2

Field hockey

Maranacook 2, Belfast 0

At Belfast, Maranacook scored two goals in the first half to defeat Belfast.

Meghan Surette scored midway through the first with an assist from Sarah Maxwell for 6-1 Maranacook. Kayla Parker added an insurance goal off an Amanda Laporte assist with 4:11 left in the first. Megan Dood saved all six shots.

Paxton Mohney and Emma Hamm combined for 10 saves on 12 shots for 5-3 Belfast.

JV: Maranacook 1-0

Central 3, Orono 2 (2OT)

At Corinth, Logan Wilson knocked in a Kaitlyn Stymiest pass in the second overtime to lift Central to the win.

Taryn Pineo and Roberta Trafton added goals for the 5-4 Red Devils while Stymiest finished with three assists. Alix Rudzinski had three saves on five shots.

Audrey Lardis and Catherine Bradson scored for 4-4 Orono, with Aimee Batuski grabbing an assist. Amber Saucier stopped 10 of 13 shots.

JV: 0-0

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