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October 6, Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News


Bangor 6, Waterville 0
Bangor Christian 2, Sumner 1
Bucksport 12, Searsport 0
Ellsworth 4, George Stevens 0
Fort Fairfield 3, LCS/MSSM 1
Foxcroft 1, John Bapst 1 (2OT)
Greenville 4, Calvary Chapel 3 (OT)
Hampden 1, Mt. Blue 0
Hermon 6, Central 0
Houlton 2, Katahdin 0
Lee Acad. 5, Schenck 0
Oak Hill 3, Mount View 2
Old Town 2, Orono 1
Penobscot Valley 8, Mattanawcook 0
Presque Isle 4, Fort Kent 1
Shead 2, Machias 0

Brewer 2, Skowhegan 0
Greenville 4, Calvary Chapel 0
Hampden 2, Mt. Blue 0
Houlton 6, Katahdin 2
LCS/MSSM 4, Fort Fairfield 3
MCI 2, Belfast 1
Oak Hill 2, Mount View 0
Waterville 2, Bangor 0

Bangor 1, Brewer 0
Dexter 3, Mattanawcook 2
Hampden 2, Winslow 1 (OT)
MCI 5, Oak Hill 2
Mount View 2, Belfast 0
Nokomis 7, Waterville 2
Stearns 2, Hermon 0


Bowdoin 6, Husson 0
Curry 1, U-New England 0

Bates 3, Southern Maine 0
U-New England 1, Curry 0

Southern Maine 1, Salem State 0

Shead 2, Machias 0

At Eastport, Tim Barnes and Caleb Ricker each scored a goal in the first half to lead Shead by Machias.
Nick Vinson stopped seven of 16 shots for the 5-5 Tigers.
Matt Little made 10 saves on 20 shots for the 8-3 Bulldogs.

Ellsworth 4, George Stevens 0
At Blue Hill, Zach Emeigh’s first-half goal proved all Ellsworth would need to improve to 10-0-1.
Matt Duhaime, Drew Barkhouse and Tyler Palmer scored one goal apiece for the visitors and Jordan Carter combined to make two saves on four shots.
Ben Olivari made seven saves on 22 shots for 5-6 George Stevens Academy.
JV: Ellsworth 5-1

Oak Hill 3, Mount View 2
At Sabattus, Ben Daggett scored on an assist from Bryan Soucy with 11:29 remaining, lifting the Raiders to victory and handing the Mustangs their first loss of the season.
Soucy scored an unassisted goal for 9-3 Oak Hill and Cody Fortier converted a Zack Lennett assist. Cody Plourde made 10 saves on 15 shots.
Eike Dominiak and Dylan Keller scored the goals for 10-1-1 Mount View of Thorndike. Justin Pierel provided an assist and Nick Knight made nine saves on 12 shots.
JV: Mount View 4-0

Bangor 6, Waterville 0
At Waterville, Phil Frost scored three goals, including two in the first half, as the Rams remained undefeated.
Bangor, now 10-0, still has not been scored upon this season.
Nick George scored twice for the Rams, while Cody Cormier added a goal. Noah Frost provided two assists, with Brandon Landry, Jacques Larochelle and Luke Hetterman posting one apiece.
Bud Angst and Collin Corneil combined to make two saves on eight shots.
Nick Lee had two saves on 17 shots for 4-6 Waterville.
JV: Bangor 2-1

Hampden 1, Mt. Blue 0
At Farmington, Grant Alyward scored off an assist from Bradley Dolan two minutes, 30 seconds into the contest, to account for the only goal of the game.
Logan Porier made six saves on eight shots for the 8-1 Broncos.
Dylan Eustis made 12 saves on 15 shots for 2-6-2 Mt. Blue.
JV: Hampden 1-0

Greenville 4, Calvary Chapel 3
At Greenville, Emerson Sikes scored his second goal of the game with 27 seconds left in overtime off a pass from Tony DiAngelo as the Lakers handed the Sabers their first loss of the season.
Tristan Richards and DiAngelo each added a goal for 7-3 Greenville. Kyle Bartlett chipped in with an assist. Alex Jardine and Brice Breton combined for eight saves on 22 shots.
Stephen Berenyi netted three goals for 9-1-1 Calvary Chapel including the tying goal with 9:17 left to send it into overtime. Devon Warman made 12 saves on 19 shots.

Old Town 2, Orono 1
At Orono, Jake Leithiser scored on a breakaway 2 minutes into the second half as Old Town tripped up previously unbeaten Orono.
Luke Bartlett added a first-half goal while Josh Moul and Jacob St. Peter grabbed assists for the 6-5 Coyotes. Lee Larry had eight saves on nine shots.
Dan Lesser scored on a penalty kick in the second half for the 10-1 Red Riots. A.J. Coleman and Alex Caballero collaborated for seven saves on nine shots.
JV: Orono 3-1

Lee Acad. 5, Schenck 0
At East Millinocket, Ben Guido and Zach Averill scored two goals each to spark the Pandas to victory.
Tyler White provided on goal and A.J. Harris made six saves on nine shots for 3-9 Lee Academy.
Ryan Thompson logged seven saves on 13 shots for 2-9 Schenck.

Foxcroft 1, John Bapst 1 (2OT)
At Bangor, Andrew Babbitt scored off an assist from Zach Jones with 32:03 remaining in the second half, helping the Crusaders forge a 1-1 tie through two overtimes.
Stuart Lenz made four saves on six shots for 2-6-2 John Bapst.
Kyosuke Mikame scored a first-half goal to give 7-3-2 Foxcroft Academy the lead. Sebastian Gutierrez came up with 15 saves on 23 shots.
JV: John Bapst 2-0

Penobscot Valley 8, MA Lynx 0
At Howland, Derrick Bellavance scored three goals and set up two others as Penobscot Valley surged to its 11th victory without a loss.
Ryan Scopino registered three goals and assist for the Howlers. Charlie Gardner posted a goal and an assist, Greg Rowley scored once and Tom Millet contributed an assist. Jake Jones made four saves on six shots.
Tyler Wakefield came up with 24 saves on 52 shots for 0-10 Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln.

Hermon 6, Central 0
At Corinth, Lance Hollobaugh scored four goals to power the Hawks to victory.
Justin Cullens and Jesse Graffam netted a goal each, while Colton Gross registered three assists. Cullens and Kevin Frederick combined to make 12 saves on 19 shots.
Cole Haskell and Matt Kelley teamed up to make 22 saves on 30 shots for 1-10 Central.
JV: Hermon 2-0

Presque Isle 4, Fort Kent 1
At Fort Kent, Isaac Lajoie had a goal and an assist as Presque Isle improved to 9-0-2.
First half goals by Lajoie and Andrew Legassie and Cole Richards’ second half goal staked the Wildcats to a 3-0 lead before Tom Levesque scored for Fort Kent. Wilder York added an insurance goal.
Ryan Thibeau and Nathaniel Postell had assists for the Wildcats and Dillon Kingsbury made two saves on seven shots.
Brandon Hart had an assist for 5-3-2 Fort Kent and Sam Chasse made six saves on 20 shots.

Houlton 2, Katahdin 0
At Stacyville, Gary Fowler netted two unassisted goals in the first half to propel Houlton past Katahdin.
Jared Tapley blocked five of seven shots for the 7-0-2 Shiretowners.
Jesse McNally and Robert Mycroft combined for 15 saves on 27 shots for the 2-7 Cougars.

Fort Fairfield 3, LCS/MSSM 1
At Fort Fairfield, Bryant Hale’s goal with 16:28 remaining in regulation, set up by Derek Dufour, broke a 1-1 tie and gave Fort Fairfield its win over Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.
Travis Noyes added an insurance goal 10 minutes later off a Josh Booth assist.
Booth had tied the game in the first half off a Noyes assist.
Josh Forsman opened the scoring for Limestone of a Dylan Caldwell assist.
Chris Weeks made four saves on six shots for 4-6 Fort Fairfield. Zach Moreau made eight saves on 20 shots for 3-8-1 Limestone.

MCI 2, Belfast 1

At Pittsfield, Melanie Arias took the loose ball at midfield and dribbled downfield
past six defenders before scoring the game-winning goal with a shot to the opposite post with 13 minutes left in the game and providing the winning margin for Maine Central Institute.
Ashley Kitchin scored the first goal off an assist from Paula Arias. Alana Oliver made 12 saves on 14 shots for the 4-6-1 MCI Huskies.
Emily Violette scored an unassisted goal for the 4–8 Lions. Forrest Munson saved 15 of 19 shots.

Greenville 4, Calvary Chapel 0
At Greenville, Gretel Breton scored two goals to spark the Lakers to victory.
Miranda Drinkwater scored one goal and assisted on two others for 8-2 Greenville. McKenna Peat tallied an unassisted goal. Sidney Richardson made four saves on four shots.
Meagan Warman piled up 19 saves on 35 shots for 2-9 Calvary Chapel Christian of Orrington.

Hampden 2, Mt. Blue 0
At Hampden, Michaela Stephenson scored a goal in each half as Hampden defeated Mt. Blue of Farmington.
Emily Gower and CC Dube assisted on the goals for the 3-5-1 Broncos. Julia Snyder saved all three shots she faced.
Emily Deane made six saves on eight shots for 4-4-2 Mt. Blue.
JV: Hampden 3-1

Brewer 2, Skowhegan 0
At Brewer, Melanie Judkins scored two second-half goals to propel the Witches to victory over the Indians.
Missy Thompson and Colleen Gilley combined to make five saves on seven shots for 2-8 Brewer.
Sam Gray came up with 11 saves on 16 shots for 0-10 Skowhegan.

LCS/MSSM 4, Fort Fairfield 3
At Fort Fairfield, Bethany Berry scored two goals to lead Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics to victory.
Danielle Pelkey and Victoria St. Pierre netted one goal each, while Amanda Allen and Stephanie Leighton provided assists for the 6-5-1 Eagles. Audra Kirk made seven saves on 19 shots.
Lindsey Graves tallied two goals for 6-3-1 Fort Fairfield. Kylie Plourde scored off a Kacie York assist. Katy Donovan made six saves on 12 shots.

Houlton 6, Katahdin 2
At Stacyville, Abby Kinens posted a hat track to power the Shiretowners past the Cougars.
Amanda Fogarty registered a goal and two assists for 8-1 Houlton, while Vanessa Sanderson and Chelsi Murray each notched a goal and an assist. Madison Lezotte and Marina Cameron combined to make nine saves on 13 shots.
Melissa Duffy scored both goals for 1-8 Katahdin. Heather Cullen nine saves on 23 shots.

Oak Hill 2, Mount View 0
At Thorndike, Becca Belaire scored a first-half goal while Amanda Bloss had a second-half tally as Oak Hill of Sabattus triumphed.
Maggie Sabine came up with 10 saves on 20 shots for the Raiders while Racheal Andrews stopped 22 of 45 for the Mustangs.

Mount View 2, Belfast 0

At Thorndike, Alonia Horton assisted on Mercedes Reynolds’ first-half goal and scored an insurance goal in the second half as Mount View won its fifth straight.
Delainey Kein assisted on Horton’s goal.
Rebecca Kimball made three saves for the 10-2-1 winners while Emma Hamm made 10 saves for 6-6-1 Belfast.
JV: 0-0

MCI 5, Oak Hill 2
At Pittsfield, Leah Edmundson knocked in three goals as host MCI defeated Oak Hill of Sabattus.
Rebekah Callgren and Meghan Hughes added a goal apiece and Michaela George an assist for the 6-5-1 Huskies. Kayla Michaud had four saves on six shots.
Ashley Paradise and Tori Provencher scored for 2-8-1 Oak Hill. Sara Lacroix stopped 12 of 17 shots.
JV: MCI 5-0

Hampden 2, Winslow 1 (OT)
At Hampden, Mindy Grover scored off an assist from Laura Sargent 31 seconds into overtime to lift the Broncos to victory.
Sargent had scored an unassisted goal 17 minutes into the second half to tie the game for 3-8-1 Hampden Academy. Melanie Parker made seven saves on eight shots.
Rachel Pelletier scored an unassisted first-half goal for 6-5-1 Winslow. Sara Jackson made eight saves on 10 shots.
JV: Winslow 3-1

Nokomis 7, Waterville 2
At Newport, Jordin McGinnis scored four goals to power Nokomis by Waterville.
Sabrina Vaillancourt scored a goal and grabbed three assists for the 10-2-1 Warriors. Leigh Lander and Brittany Dunton each added a goal. Maria Adams made 16 saves on 18 shots.
Jenna Jolicoeur and Kayla Pellerin each scored for 6-6 Waterville. Grace Gould stopped 18 of 25 shots.
JV: Nokomis 5-1

Dexter 3, Mattanawcook 2
At Lincoln, Cally Mountain’s goal with 21 minutes left off a pass from sister Crissy Mountain proved to be the game-winner for the Tigers over Mattanawcook Academy.
Cally Mountain also scored the second goal and Katie Eastman scored the first goal. Hilary Mower and Lisa Conway each had an assist. Maicee Gustin saved four of seven shots.
Brooke Hanscom and Morgan Russell each scored a goal for the 6-5 Lynx. Colleen Albert made eight saves on 12 shots.
JV: Dexter 3-0

Stearns 2, Hermon 0
At Hermon, Ashley Rollins and Amanda Kranich each netted a goal in the first half to propel Stearns of Millinocket by Hermon.
Kaylee Bradford and Angela Levesque each grabbed an assist for the 8-4 Minutemen. Kirsten Marter didn’t face any shots in goal.
Jaime Roy made four saves on six shots for the 3-10 Hawks.
JV: Hermon 4-2

At Millinocket
Orono boys 32, Lee 55, Lincoln 72

1. Matt Guiod (Mattanawcook) 16:17, 2. Alex Bulteel (Orono) 17:18, 3. Josiah Thurlow (Lee) 17:24, 4. Karl Koehler (O) 18:02, 5. Paul Robinson (O) 18:03, 6. Schuyler Collett (O) 18:07, 7. Josh Wheeler (MA) 18:21, 8. Joe Verduzco (Lee) 18:40, 9. Devon Turcotte (Schenck) 18:42, 10. Ahn Chung (Lee) 18:43, 11. Taylor Tanous (S) 18:44, 12. Robbie Morris (Lee) 18:50, 13. Isaac Ocana (MA) 18:59, 14. Jared Waite (S) 19:39, 15. Conor O’Donnell (O) 20:01
Orono girls 27, Lee Acad. 50
1. Cassie Clenmer (O) 21:32, 2. Holli Kenison (O) 22:14, 3. Rachel Kerr (Lee) 22:35, 4. Erica McPhail (Mattanawcook) 23:02, 5. Maxine Burleigh (Schenck) 23:35, 6. Mary Jenkins (Lee) 23:47, 7. Siobahn Harrity (O) 24:10, 8. Leila Doerfler (O) 24:19, 9. Elizabeth Nelson (O) 24:35, 10. Kristi Bryer (PVHS) 24:46

At Rockport
Camden-Rockport 3, Searsport 0

Camden-Rockport goals: Colin Morse, Matt Hall, Beau Lewis

Bowdoin 6, Husson 0

At Brunswick, Tim Prior scored just 1:03 into the game, Hugh Fleming extended the lead with 1:44 left in the first half and Bowdoin added four second-half goals en route to the win.
Nick Powell had a pair of second-half goals, Sean Bishop and Michael Gale had one apiece and Zach Ostrup had two assists for 6-2 Bowdoin. Garrick Sheldon made five saves on seven shots.
Miguel Dominguez and Joey Kane combined for nine saves on 23 shots for 4-8-1 Husson University of Bangor.

Bates 3, Southern Maine 0

At Lewiston, Tina Tobin scored two goals to lead the Bates College Bobcats past the University of Southern Maine.
Amanda Sirianni scored off a Meredith Poore assist for the 3-4-1 Bobcats. Annie Burns saved the two shots she faced.
Alison Bradley made 13 saves on 33 shots for the 2-9 Huskies of Gorham.

Southern Maine 1, Salem State 0

At Gorham, India Lowe’s goal 19 minutes into the game was the only tally of the game as her University of Southern Maine Huskies blanked Salem State College.
Caitlin Albert assisted on the goal for the 7-4 Huskies. Heather Gilman made six saves on nine shots.
Jessica McKenna made nine saves on 18 shots for the 4-5 Vikings.


Great Northeast Athletic Conference
Katherine Chambers
(Saint Joseph’s freshman), Women’s Soccer Rookie of the Week, scored the game-winning goal in the Monks’ comeback win over Emerson College.

Will Pike (Saint Joseph’s senior), Men’s Soccer Goalkeeper of the Week, collected his fifth shutout of the season with eight saves in a 2-0 win over Emerson College.

Sunrise Conference
Jermaine West
(UM-Fort Kent sophomore), Men’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week, scored four first half goals to lead the Bengals to a 8-0 win over SUNY-Canton.

Kyle Lancaster (UM-Machias junior), Defensive Player of the Week, had seven saves in a 4-0 win over the College of St. Joseph and posted three saves in a 3-0 victory over Vermont Technical College.

Whitney Sinclair (UM-Fort Kent sophomore), Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week, recorded six goals and three assists in two wins for the Bengals.

Sarah Nadeau (UM-Fort Kent senior), led a defense that held SUNY-Canton to eight shots on goal in a 6-0 win and Paul Smith’s College to just one shot on goal in a 9-0 victory.

Megan Korhonen (UM-Presque Isle junior), Volleyball Player of the Week, led the Owls to three wins after recording 72 assists, 18 kills, 23 digs and 11 service aces.

Shelly Hanson (UM-Presque Isle junior), Cross Country Female Runner of the Week, finished in 87th place out of 290 runners at the Pop Crowell Invitational at Gordon College.

Derrick Bernosky
(Belfast), Pine Tree Conference Football Player of the Week, had 18 carries for 223 yards and two touchdowns for the Lions in a win over Nokomis.

At Jonesport
Jonesport-Beals (8-3) def. Bucksport (3-7) 25-12, 29-27, 25-21

Jonesport-Beals: Whitney Norton 14-14 serving, 3 aces, 4 digs, Lindsey Jones 2 aces, 8 kills, Sarah Milliken 18-19 serving, 5 aces, 5 kills, Joni Alley 13-16 serving, 2 aces, 4 kills, Jessica MacLean 14 assists
Bucksport: Chelsea Porter 14 digs, ace, kill, Kelly Bourgone 7 digs, 4 assists, Kelsey San Angelo 7 digs, 3 kills, Victoria Grindle 22 digs, Madison Porter 11 digs

At Unity
UM-Farmington def. Unity 25-14, 25-17, 19-25, 25-18

At Boston
U-New England (6-8) def. Wentworth Institute of Technology (3-17) 25-23, 25-14, 25-8

At Hampden

Top 40: Brendan Dagan 16:30, Jen Campbel 18:39, Chuck Arrigoni 20:15, Andy Pierce 20:18, Alan T. Baldwin 23:15, Joe Visciano 23:36, Tyler Moore 23:37, Dave Samuelian 24:02, Amanda Mason 24:39, Will Dacey 25:21, Pam Wildman 25:33, Kristy Dacey 25:46, Dawn Moore 26:01, Tim Cole 26:23, Kristy Shields 26:33, Susan Ward 26:57, Tracy King 27:18, Trish Hansen 27:18, Marianne DeRaps 27:39, Eileen Byram 27:50, Jason Syversen 27:59, Michelle Michaud 28:04, Adam Michaud 28:05, Hannah Leonard 28:12, Joe Leonard 28:13
John Thayer 28:14, Ed Becker 28:15, Mikayla Becker 28:40, Robin Emery 28:41, Lisa St. Pierre 28:48, Becky Lesko 29:12, Tara Largay 30:19, Kelly Kenney 31:18, Olivia McAnirlin 31:19, Susan St. Peter 31:33, Julie Leonard 31:35, Heather McAnirlin 31:35, Marie Hakinson 32:18, Mark Hankinson 32:22

Husson Invitational
At PVCC, Orono par 72

Husson University 305, UMaine-Farmington 324, University of Southern Maine 333, Thomas 349, Maine Maritime Academy 366, Saint Joseph’s College 368, Eastern Maine Community College
*Mike Hersey (HU) 76, (tie) Ben Estabrook (HU) 76 and Matt Loubier (HU) 76, (tie) Kevin Byrne (H) 77 and Rich Mathews (UMF) 77, Jamie Leavitt (EM) 78, Dan Chadwick (USM) 80
*won on first hole of sudden death playoff

Tuesday’s results
First, Pace, $3,200

Four Starz Dragon, K. Switzer, 7.80-3.40-3.20
Blusgirlcanthelpit, K. Switzer Jr., 6.60-4.00
Rocky’s Molly, W. Campbell, 4.20
T-2:01; Qu. 1-4, $30.40; Ex. 1-4, $86.20; Tri. 1-4-2, $558.60
Second, Pace, $2,200
Ace Mactavish, W. Campbell, 4.60-3.00-2.80
Admiral Bull, G. Bowden, 2.80-2.60
Twilight Charm, S. Mahar, 3.40
T-2:01.1; Qu. 1-4, $4.40; Ex. 1-4, $8.00; Tri. 1-4-3, $44.20; Daily Double 1-1, $16.20
Third, Trot, $2,400
Maine Maple Chip, J. Beckwith, 8.80-4.80-3.80
Party Star, S. Taggart, 5.20-3.60
Best Way, K. Switzer, 3.20
T-2:04.4; Qu. 2-5, $15.20; Ex. 5-2, $43.00; Tri. 5-2-8, $95.80
Fourth, Pace, $2,500
Skike, W. Campbell, 19.00-6.20-3.20
Saftic, S. Mahar, 3.80-3.00
Eternal Triumph, D. Richards, 3.20
T-2:04.3; Qu. 1-4, $14.80; Ex. 4-1, $47.80; Tri. 4-1-7, $126.20
Fifth, Trot, $2,900
Par One, W. Campbell, 4.20-3.20-2.40
He’s A Corker, K. Ireland, 5.00-2.80
Wildfire Woman, L. Fitch, 2.40
T-2:02.4; Qu. 2-4, $17.40; Ex. 2-4, $37.80; Tri. 2-4-3, $55.80
Sixth, Pace, $2,200
Pangenesis, K. Pillsbury, 9.20-3.80-3.20
Escape The Night, S. Mahar, 4.00-2.80
CG Herb, L. Fitch, 2.80
T-2:03.4; Qu. 3-6, $12.40; Ex. 3-6, $38.80; Tri. 3-6-1, $48.20; Daily Double 2-3, $14.20
Seventh, Pace, $3,500
Ryleys Star, K. Switzer Jr., 9.40-3.80-2.80
Sharealike N, L. Fitch, 3.40-2.80
My Special Angel, W. Campbell, 2.80
T-2:00.1; Qu. 2-3, $14.00; Ex. 3-2, $24.20; Tri. 3-2-7, $156.40
Eighth, Pace, $2,500
Billy D N, K. Switzer, 7.00-3.40-2.80
Loaded, S. Mahar, 3.40-3.00
Episodic, S. Taggart, 3.60
T-2:00; Qu. 1-4, $8.80; Ex. 1-4, $17.00; Tri. 1-4-5, $79.20
Ninth, Pace, $7,000
Darling Star, G. Mosher, 5.20-3.20-2.60
Gracie Gracie, G. Annaloro, 3.80-3.20
L-N-A-’s Dream, K. Switzer, 3.60
T-2:00.1; Qu. 1-8, $6.60; Ex. 1-8, $20.00; Tri. 1-8-6, $108.80
Tenth, Pace, $2,400
Windy City Anita, W. Brown, 6.40-3.00-3.00
Big Chris, K. Switzer Jr., 3.80-3.40
Joe Rustler, J. Beckwith, 2.80
T-2:01; Qu. 1-2, $13.80; Ex. 2-1, $16.20; Tri. 2-1-6, $42.20; Late Double 1-2, $20.20; Total Handle – $136,582

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