June 18, 2018
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Calais 3, Woodland 0
Jonesport-Beals 12, Acadia Chr. 0
Waterville 6, Brewer 1

Calais 5, Shead 0
Foxcroft 2, Central 1
George Stevens 3, MDI 0
Lee 3, Mattanawcook 2
Lincoln Academy 2, Mount View 1
Old Town 5, Hermon 1
Penobscot Valley 4, Dexter 3

Central 1, John Bapst 0
Edward Little 1, Bangor 0
Foxcroft 5, Piscataquis 0


Saint Joseph’s 2, UM-Farmington 1

Calais 3, Woodland 0

At Woodland, Jeremy Beers scored two first-half goals and assisted on one by Lucas Knowles, also in the first half, to lead Calais to the win.
Josh Gillespie made seven saves on 12 shots for the 4-6 Blue Devils.
Ryan Lincoln stopped 27 of 36 shots for 2-8-1 Woodland.

Waterville 6, Brewer 1
At Brewer, Alex Rowe had a hat trick as Waterville scored five second-half goals to defeat Brewer.
Abu Mannocchi had two goals for the 4-5 Panthers. Wilson Guthro also scored. Nick Lee stopped 10 of 19 shots.
Justin Leathers score a second-half goal with an assist from Brian Carr for 3-5-1 Brewer. Nick Ramsey saved nine of 21 shots.

George Stevens 3, MDI 0

At Blue Hill, three different players scored as George Stevens Academy recorded its fourth-straight shutout.
Hannah Mitchell and Stavroula Theoharidis scored first-half goals for the 8-3 Eagles. India Frazier scored with 4:25 left in the second half. Hannah Van der Eb saved four of five shots.
Elizabeth Sargent turned away nine of 12 shots for 6-4 Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor.
JV: MDI 6-1

Lincoln Acad. 2, Mount View 1
At Thorndike, Marni Jones scored two second-half goals, including the game-winner with 13:09 remaining, to lift Lincoln Academy of Newcastle over Mount View.
Jones scored with 36:45 left in the second to tie the score at 1-1 for the 5-5 Eagles. Christina Tonry saved six of 28 shots.
Fayth Savoy scored with 5:04 left in the first for 0-11 Mount View. Rachael Andrews turned away 16 of 25 shots.

Calais 5, Shead 0
At Calais, Alex McVicar had a hand in all five goals as Calais blanked Shead of Eastport.
McVicar had three goals and two assists to pace the 4-4 Blue Devils. Lauren Remington scored a goal in each half. Meaghan Cavanaugh recorded two assists. Hillary Hollingdale saved all five shots while Miranda Moffett didn’t face a shot.
Cassandra Stanhope turned away three of 14 shots for 3-7 Shead.

Penobscot Valley 4, Dexter 3
At Howland, Bethany Heald scored two goals as Penobscot Valley held off Dexter.
Kristina Hallett had a goal and assisted both of Heald’s goals for the 5-4-2 Howlers. Meghan King also scored a goal. Jocelyn Thomas saved 18 of 21 shots.
Alexis Mitchell netted two goals for the 2-8-1 Tigers. Raven Patterson made 21 saves on 26 shots.

Lee 3, Mattanawcook 0
At Lee, Katelyn Mallet scored one goal and assisted on another as the Pandas scored three second-half goals to beat the Lynx.
Rachel Kerr and Ashley Dill scored one goal each for 2-9-1 Lee Academy, while Kelsey Grass also had an assist. Felicia Thorton  made 10 saves on 17 shots.
Taylor Blood made six saves on 24 shots for 2-8 Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln.

Foxcroft 2, Central 1
At Dover-Foxcroft, Micayla Thibeault-Spieker scored the winning goal off a Paige Hobbs assist with only 18 seconds left in regulation to lift Foxcroft Academy over Central of Corinth.
Shee-Ann Sergeant tied it at 1-1 on an unassisted goal with 22:18 left in the second. Sarah Whittemore saved five of six shots for the 7-3-1 Ponies.
Mackenzie McHugh scored an unassisted goal with 30:18 left in the second to give 9-2 Central a 1-0 lead. Samantha Brownell made six saves on nine shots.
JV: Central 2-0

Old Town 5, Hermon 1
At Old Town, Katie Deshane scored three of her four goals in the first half to propel the Coyotes to victory.
Meagan Cousins scored a goal and assisted on two of Deshane’s tallies for 7-2-1 Old Town. Kelsey Maxim contributed one assist and Ashley Abbott made six saves on seven shots.
Lindsey Allen scored an unassisted goal for 0-7-1 Hermon. Sara Bishop posted nine saves on 18 shots.
JV: Old Town 2-1

Edward Little 1, Bangor 0

At Auburn, Emily Ranucci scored on a fast break with just 1:12 left in the game to lift Edward Little over Bangor.
Kayla Cummings saved all 11 shots to earn the shutout for 4-8 Edward Little.
Melissa Mower turned away four of five shots for the 8-3 Rams.
JV: Bangor 3-1

Central 1, John Bapst 0
At Corinth, Logan Wilson scored 2:47 into the second half as Central knocked off previously unbeaten John Bapst.
Kaitlyn Stymiest assisted on the goal for the 7-5-1 Red Devils. Alix Rudzinski saved all 10 shots.
Megan Smith had four saves on five shots for 12-1 John Bapst.
JV: John Bapst 1-0

Foxcroft 5, Piscataquis 0
At Guilford, Sabrina Sharrow scored two goals and assisted another as Foxcroft Academy topped Piscataquis.
Marria Arno had goal and three assists for the 9-3 Ponies. Gabi Hendison and Meghan Keane also scored. Kelsey Boss provided an assist as Cassie Curtis didn’t face a shot.
Brianna Tweedie made 15 saves on 22 shots for 0-12 Piscataquis.

At Harrington
Washington Academy (10-0) def. Narraguagus (5-6) 25-14, 25-9, 25-21

Washington Academy: Taylor Davis 20-20 serving, 13 aces, 5 kills, 10 digs; Shannon Parker 8-10 serving, 6 aces, 5 assists, 1 dig; Stefani Jones 8-10 serving, 3 aces, 10 assists, 1 kill, 3 digs; Tatum McFadden 7 kills, 1 assist
Narraguagus: Cassie Fickett 7-10 serving, 4 aces, 10 assists, 5 kills; Andrea Perry 6 kills, 7 digs, 6 blocks; Leydi Ly Lopez 5-5 serving, 13 digs; Morgan Brooks 5-5 serving
JV: Narraguagus 3-0

At East Sullivan
Ellsworth (5-6) def. Sumner (1-10) 25-21, 25-13, 25-13
Ellsworth: Nicole Austin 6 kills, 6 digs, 1 block; Paige Martin 12-12 serving, 3 aces, 4 kills, 7 digs; Bridget Chase 13-15 serving, 6 aces, 12 assists, 4 digs
Sumner: Cheryl Havey 8-10 serving, 2 aces, 1 kill; Morgan Whitten 4-4 serving, 6 digs, 1 kill; Brenn Alexander 8-10 serving, 2 aces, 3 digs, 1 kill
JV: Ellsworth 25-21, 12-25, 15-6

At Woodland
Calais (7-4) def. Woodland (7-5) 25-18, 25-21, 25-22

Calais: Rebecca Redding 11 assists, 2 digs; Nicole Osborne 4 aces, 7 kills, 2 digs; Rebecca Blake 10 kills, 2 blocks; Shannon Brown 2 aces, 4 kills; Kat Clement 3 aces, 4 kills; Emily Ginn 7 aces, 2 assists, 2 digs
Woodland: Ariel Knights 15-15 serving, 3 aces, 4 kills, 9 digs; Crystal Annis 15-16 serving, 8 assists; Shelby Bassett 6-7 serving, 10 kills
JV: Woodland 25-13, 25-20

St. Joseph’s 2, UM-Farmington 1

At Standish, Jillian Kimball scored the winner 5:30 into the second half on a slap shot to the left side of the goal to lead Saint Joseph’s College past the University of Maine at Farmington.
Julie Ostrowski tied it at 1-1 on an unassisted goal 24:35 into the first for the 7-1 Monks. Meaghan Johnson saved three of seven shots.
Alyssa St. Pierre scored off an Ashley Wentworth assist 7:41 into the game for the 4-3 Beavers. Felisha Taylor made three saves on eight shots.

Little East Conference

Kristine Brammer (University of Southern Maine freshman), women’s tennis rookie, earned 6-0, 6-0 wins in top-flight singles and was 2-0 at second doubles.
Heidi DeHaan (University of Southern Maine junior from Lewiston), women’s soccer offense, scored the tying goal against UMass Dartmouth and assisted the winning goal.
Alex Burnham (University of Southern Maine junior from North Yarmouth), scored a goal and assisted two others in a 3-0 win over Colby.
Bethany Bougie (University of Southern Maine sophomore from Sanford), field hockey defense, had two assists in a two-win week. She also hel
ped the Huskies record its second shutout.
Alex Gomes (University of Southern Maine sophomore), men’s cross country, placed third (26:08) out of 144 runners to help the Huskies to a fourth-place finish in the five-mile 15th annual Keene State College Invitational.
Jennie Foley (University of Southern Maine freshman from Bangor), women’s cross country rookie, placed second (18:59) in the Pop Crowell Invitational to help the Huskies finished second overall.

America East
Stephanie Gardiner
(University of Maine), field hockey, had three goals and an assist to help the Black Bears to two road victories.

Ellery Gould
(Bowdoin College sophomore), women’s soccer, had five goals and an assist in a 2-0 week.
Shavonne Lord (Bowdoin College senior), field hockey co-player, netted four goals in wins over Husson, Connecticut College and Wheaton.

North Atlantic Conference
Erik Corcora
n (University of Maine at Farmington sophomore) men’s soccer, the goalie registered at 0.72 goals-against average in a 2-1 week, including two shutouts.
Orion Cochrane (University of Maine at Farmington freshman from Greenville), men’s golf rookie, shot an 82 to help the Beavers to a third-place finish in the USM Fall Classic.
Edwin Acosta (Husson University sophomore), men’s soccer rookie, scored game-winning goal in overtime against Maine Maritime.
Meg Clement (Husson University junior from Brunswick), women’s soccer, scored winning goal in both of Husson’s wins over Bates and Maine Maritime.
Chelesa Ward (Maine Maritime Academy sophomore), women’s volleyball, had 16 kills and 7 digs against Husson and collected 29 kills vs. Vermont.
Jenn Dixon (Maine Maritime Academy freshman), women’s volleyball rookie, collected 84 assists, 8 aces, 9 digs and 6 kills and averaged 28 assists per match in a 3-0 week.
Cam Betts (University of Maine at Farmington sophomore from Gray), men’s cross country runner, placed 10th at the Colby Invitational with a time of 30:11.26 on the 8K course.
Jeremiah Roper (University of Maine at Farmington freshman from Bangor), men’s cross country rookie, placed 23rd at the Colby Invitational with a time of 31:32.46 on the 8K course.

Megan Phelps
(Mount Desert Island junior), Maine volleyball player of the week, recorded 53 assists, 6 aces, 17 digs, 3 blocks and had a hit percentage of 27.3 in 13 games.

At Bangor Municipal GC, Saturday

Flight 1, gross: Jim Greer 69, Brad Pattershall 69, Kent Johnson 71, Tony Reynolds 71, Mark Wallace 71, Erik Fitch 71; net: Jeff Kent 59, Chris Pickering 62, Bob Stevenson 63, Dave Dunham 64; super seniors, gross: John Johnston 72; net: Jim Murphy 65; team, gross: Mike Knox, Jim Greer, Mark Wallace, Paul Doody 63; Kent Johnson, Tony Reynolds, Randy Ossinger, Mike Cole 64; net: Carl Pratt, Roland Perkins, Jeff Kent, Jon Kent 55; Erik Fitch, Chris Pickering, Brian Astbury, Toby Cole 56; Bob Tweedie, Dave Dunham, Mark Boivin, Don Finley 56; skins, gross: No. 3 Jeff Chapman 2, No. 6 Jim Greer 2, No. 10 Jim Murphy 3, No. 14 Don Sedor 2, No. 17 Brad Pattershall 3; net: No. 2 David Thibodeau 2, No. 5 Jeff Kent 2, No. 6 Bob Daly 1, No. 11 Dan Gestaut 1, No. 15 Frank Reynolds 3, No. 16 Tome Rowe 1; pins: No. 3 Jeff Kent 4-8, No. 6 Bill McCarthy 27-0, No. 11 Skip McKean 12-0, No. 16 Brian Rogers 3-6

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