October 7, Scores and Highlights

Posted Oct. 08, 2009, at 12:13 a.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
GIRLS SOCCER

Presque Isle 3, Caribou 2

PREP
GIRLS SOCCER

Hebron 1, Kents Hill 1
FIELD HOCKEY
Hebron 7, Kents Hill 0

COLLEGE
MEN’S SOCCER

Southern Maine 1, Bates 1 (2OT)
UM-Presque Isle 4, Maine Maritime 2

WOMEN’S SOCCER
Colby 1, Bowdoin  0
Husson 5, St. Joseph’s 0
Maine Maritime 3, UM-Presque Isle 0

FIELD HOCKEY
Bowdoin 5, Colby 1
Postponements
Husson at UM-Farmington, Friday, 3:30 p.m.

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HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS SOCCER
PRESQUE ISLE 3, CARIBOU 2

At Presque Isle, Brooke Long-Postell broke the 2-2 tie with 4:39 left in regulation on a direct kick from about 35 yards out to lift Presque Isle over Caribou.
Chandler Gurrette and Amy Grivois scored first-half goals for the 11-0 Wildcats. Chelsea Lynds and Elise Jones provided assists. Kelsey Park saved eight of 10 shots.
Lydia Kieffer and Olivia Slepper scored in the first for 7-3-1 Caribou. Brittany Doak turned away 14 of 18 shots.
JV: 0-0 (2OT)

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PLAYER OF THE WEEK
HIGH SCHOOL
LTC

Billy Wetherbee (John Bapst senior), football, rushed 34 times for 265 yards and scored four touchdowns in the Crusaders’ 33-14 win over MCI.

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VOLLEYBALL
COLLEGE
At Medford, Mass.
Tufts University (17-1) def. Bowdoin (11-6-1) 25-17, 25-22, 25-20

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HIGH SCHOOL
At Machias
Machias (3-9) def. Sumner (2-11) 25-11, 25-16, 22-25, 25-11

Machias: Jordan Ranke 20-23 serving, 5 digs, 4 kills; Kate Richardson 16-17 serving, 2 digs, 4 kills; Sarah Smith 11-13 serving, 3 aces, 8 assists; Alexis Wood 17-21 serving, 6 assists, 3 digs; Cady Rolfe 6-9 serving, 5 kills
Sumner: Sam Kenney 14-16 serving, 3 aces; Cheryl Havey 10-13 serving, 2 aces, 2 kills; Morgan Forni 7-10 serving, 3 assists, 1 kill

At Ellsworth
MDI (12-2) def. Ellsworth (5-7) 25-10, 25-12, 27-25

MDI: Meaghan Phelps 11 kills, 9 assists, 5 aces; Molly Dow 2 kills, 1 ace, 5 digs
Ellsworth: Giulia Frugoni 6 digs; Bridget Chase 3 kills, 6 assists, 5 digs
JV: MDI 2-1

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COLLEGE
Men’s soccer
UMPI 4, Maine Maritime 2

At Castine, Matt Carrington scored on a direct kick to break the 2-2 tie and lead the University of Maine at Presque Isle past Maine Maritime Academy.
Joshua Peaslee and Greg Fournier also scored for the 7-2-1 Owls. The other goal was an own goal by an MMA player. Seth Dorr and Trevor Hews recorded assists. Richard Felbaum saved four of 16 shots.
Greg Smith and Jacub Racinski scored to lead the 5-4-1 Mariners. Jeff Butland turned away four of 15 shots.

Bates 1, Southern Maine 1 (2OT)
At Yarmouth, Alex Burnham scored on a deflected free kick with 12 minutes left to tie the game for the University of Southern Maine and the Huskies and Bates College of Lewiston had to settle for a tie.
For the 5-4-1 USM Huskies, David Kreps made three saves on 11 shots.
Ethan Hirshberg scored on a John Murphy assist early in the second half for the 2-4-2 Bobcats. Greg Watts saved four of 12 shots.

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WOMEN’S SOCCER
Maine Maritime 3, UMPI 0

At Castine, Alexis Bennett scored two goals as Maine Maritime Academy shut out the University of Maine at Presque Isle.
Katie Hutchinson scored midway through the second half for the 6-5 Mariners. Emily Brogden assisted Bennett’s first half goal. Lacey Jackson turned away three of eight shots.
Taylor Ussery faced nine shots for 5-4 UM-Presque Isle.

Husson 5, St. Joseph’s 0
At Bangor, Shelby Bradford tallied two goals and one assist while Katelyn Coultier scored twice to lead Husson past St. Joseph’s.
Kylan Smith added a goal and Megan Clement two assists for the 9-3 Eagles. Jen Plourde came up with eight saves on 12 shots.
Katye Mayo had nine saves on 23 shots for 5-3-1 St. Joseph’s.

Colby 1, Bowdoin 0
At Brunswick, Nikki Pickering scored off an assist from Julie Dennison in the first half and the Colby College Mules of Waterville made it stand up for their first-ever win against Bowdoin College.
Loni Pisani made six saves for the 3-4-1 Mules, who haven’t beaten the Polar Bears since they started playing in 1979.
Kat Flaherty made four stops for the 4-4 Polar Bears.

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Field hockey
Bowdoin 5, Colby 1

At Brunswick, Katie Herter had two goals and an assist as Bowdoin College beat Colby College of Waterville.
McKenna Teague, Jessie Small and Elizabeth Clegg also scored for the 7-2 Polar Bears. Shavonne Lord and Ingrid Oelschlager recorded assists. Emily Neilson saved one of two shots.
Heather Quadir scored in the first half for 4-4 Colby. Liz Fontaine and Casey Atwater combined for four saves on 15 shots.

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GOLF
EMSGA
At Hermon Meadows GC

A, gross: Craig Miller 74, Larry Quinn 76, Jim Cuthbertson 77; net: Brian Ashe 63, Skip Campbell 65, Chuck Crossman 66, Charlie Ryder 66; B, gross: Bob Thomas 78, Jack Sincyr 79, Tom Boerger 82; net: Jim Ballinger 66, Walt Littlefield 69, Rob Anderson 70; C, gross: Rick Smith 82, Dick Spear 86, Don Sturgeon 87; net: Bernard Nix 65, Peter Doran 66, Pete Churchill 71; D, gross: Don Maxim 81, Paul Richardson 89, Phil Bowen 92; net: Cecil Eastman 67, Sid Linscott 68, Bob Carmichael 71; E, gross: Lefty Homans 83, Bob Chase 87, Fred McPheters 90; net: Roger Howard 65, Austin Carter 66, Dave Benson 71; best ball, gross: Jack Sincyr, Rick Smith, Stubby Sherman, Wayne Richard 69; net: Jim Ballinger, Peter Doran, Austin Carter, Bob Weston 54; pins: No. 3 Ed Nason 6-7, No. 8 Craig Miller 7-6, No. 12 Craig Miller 5-2, No. 16 Bob Anderson 3-0

WMSGA
At Belgrade Lakes GC
Year End Two Best Ball of Four

Gross: Martha White, Pennie Cummings, Kristin Kannegieser, Mary Brandes 136; Whitney Hand, Jean Young, Susan Collins, Charleen Wiseman 157; Denise Hennessey, Jean Cassidy, Sandra Hill, Christine Simone 158; Jean Sweetser, Helen Plourd, Shirley Kile, Judy Richard 160; net: Prudence Hornberger, Heidi Haylock, Karen Richardson, Bambi Stevens 117; Alyssa Lazaro, Nancy Dow, Kathleen Ayers, Isabel Waterhouse 120; Karen Higgins, Linda Pearse, Janice Ogier, Janice Morong 122; Norma Michaud, Judy Edgecomb, Bobbi Berry, Jacquie Drapeau 123; pins: No. 2 Sandi Bourgoin, Kathy Sprown; No. 5 Jean Young, Sue Brooker; No. 8 Mary Brandes, Prudence Hornberger; No. 13 Bern Michaud, Darby Vigue; No. 17 Mary Brandes, Jean Sweetser

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COLLEGE
Yankee Small College Conference Championships
At Val Halla GC, Cumberland
NHTI 332, Southern Maine CC 341, Eastern Maine CC 348,  Central Maine CC 361, VTC 364, UM-Augusta 398, Northern Maine CC 431, GBCC 461

SMCC: Mike Walp 79, Matt Findlay 78, Dan Feeney 86, Coleman Findlay 99, Mark Merchant 98; EMCC: James Leavitt 78, Matt Olore 89, Ricky Venable 94, Tyler Blanchard 96, Robbie Toothaker 87; CMCC: John Payne 95, Mike Tedsichi 74, Derek Vannah 95, Matt Gelzinis 97; UMA: Andrew Rogers 106, Shane Ciriello 84, John Brehio 106, Brandon Sutherburg 102; NMCC: Brock Kingsbury 97, Tade Brooks 97, Marc Turley 121, Zack Dinsmore 116

HOLE-IN-ONE
Mary Brandes

BELGRADE LAKES — Falmouth’s Mary Brandes aced the 130-yard eighth hole at Belgrade Lakes Golf Club during the WMSGA tournament Tuesday. The shot was witnessed by Martha White, Pennie Cummings and Kristin Kannegeiser.

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HARNESS RACING
FRYEBURG FAIR
Wednesday’s results
First, Pace, $2,400

Anaylst N, G. Bowden, 14.20-6.80-3.00
Woodmere Fulatrix, W. Watson, 4.80-2.80
KG Westescape, K. Switzer Jr., 2.20
T-2:06; Qu. 4-5, $21.60; Ex. 4-5, $76.20; Tri. 4-5-2, $115.20
Second, Pace, $2,300
Last Eclipse, G. Mosher, 3.00-2.20-2.20
Away With The Wizz, L. Fitch, 2.40-3.40
Tootsie Rose, K. Switzer Jr., 4.40
T-2:06.1; Qu. 6-7, $6.40; Ex. 7-6, $6.40; Tri. 7-6-5, $25.00; Daily Double 4-7, $30.00
Third, Trot, $4,500
Another Lindy, W. Campbell, 3.00-2.80-2.20
Malabar’s Dream, C. Cushing, 6.80-2.80
Jennys Jammies, G. Annaloro, 2.40
T-2:06.1; Qu. 1-2, $21.40; Ex. 2-1, $20.80; Tri. 2-1-3, $40.40
Four

th, Pace, $2,400
Point Well Taken, K. Switzer Jr., 5.40-3.60-3.00
Lovher’s Prince, J. Mosher, 5.40-3.00
Fox Valley Merlin, H. Campbell, 3.20
T-2:05.1; Qu. 1-2, $21.40; Ex. 2-1, $45.40; Tri. 2-1-8, $124.80
Fifth, Trot, $8,914
Dulcinea, W. Campbell, 6.80-3.00-2.20
Elegant Eve, L. Fitch, 2.20-2.10
Tpoqal, J. Beckwith, 2.20
T-2:10.2; Qu. 1-2, $7.20; Ex. 1-2, $10.00; Tri. 1-2-3, $36.00
Sixth, Pace, $2,200
Reason To Dream, R. Dinning, 44.00-9.80-5.20
Au Artist, S. Gray, 3.00-2.40
Analytical, W. Campbell, 3.40
T-2:07; Qu. 2-8, $24.40; Ex. 8-2, $68.20; Tri. 8-2-6, $450.40; Daily Double 1-8, $414.80
Seventh, Pace, $3,200
Ascot Bourbon, K. Switzer Jr., 5.60-2.60-2.60
Sultan Of Suede, R. Dinning, 3.00-3.20
Matt’s Got It, D. Dickison, 3.80
T-2:04.3; Qu. 1-3, $8.60; Ex. 1-3, $15.00; Tri. 1-3-4, $66.60
Eighth, Trot, $4,500
Dua Don N, J. Beckwith, 18.60-3.60-4.20
Swift Kid, H. Campbell, 2.60-2.60
Classic Andy, K. Ireland, 3.00
T-2:05.4; Qu. 1-3, $32.40; Ex. 3-1, $34.20; Tri. 3-1-2, $79.00
Ninth, Pace, $4,500
Off Keel, W. Campbell, 3.60-2.80-2.40
Membership, S. Mahar, 11.80-3.80
Passthegreypoupan, G. Mosher, 3.00
T-2:03.3; Qu. 2-3, $24.40; Ex. 2-3, $29.80; Tri. 2-3-4, $31.00
Tenth, Pace, $2,200
Black Magic Gypsy, S. Mahar, 26.40-9.40-8.20
Noreturn Nodeposit, R. Gray, 11.40-10.20
Appointed Time, M. Athearn, 4.20
T-2:09.1; Qu. 8-A, $4.80; 3-A, $5.20; Ex. 8-3, $183.80; Tri. 8-3-A, $300.00; Late Double 2-8, $40.40; Total Handle – $62,317

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