October 14, Scores and Highlights

Posted Oct. 15, 2009, at 12:24 a.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
BOYS SOCCER

Bangor 5, Lawrence 1
Ellsworth 5, Old Town 1
John Bapst 3, Bucksport 0
Jonesport-Beals 1, Narraguagus 0
Mount View 2, Camden Hills 1
So. Arooostook 8, East Grand 0
Washington Acad. 3, Machias 0

GIRLS SOCCER
Bangor Christian 3, Searsport 1
Bangor 5, Lawrence 3
Camden Hills 8, Mount View 0
Caribou 2, Fort Kent 1 (2OT)
DI-Stonington 1, George Stevens 1 (2OT)
Gardiner 3, Medomak Valley 0
Hermon 3, Central 2
MDI 3, John Bapst 2
Nokomis 1, Lincoln Acad. 0 (OT)
Old Town 1, Ellsworth 0
Orono 4, Piscataquis 0
So. Aroostook 16, East Grand 0
Washington Acad. 5, Sumner 1
Woodland 3, Calais 1

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COLLEGE
MEN’S SOCCER

UM-Fort Kent 4, UM-Presque Isle 0
U-New England 2, Colby-Sawyer 0

WOMEN’S SOCCER
Bates 2, UM-Farmington 0
Colby 5, Southern Maine 0
St. Joseph’s 3, Thomas 1
UM-Fort Kent 4, UM-Presque Isle 0

FIELD HOCKEY
Bates at Southern Maine, Sunday, noon

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HIGH SCHOOL
GIRLS SOCCER

Hermone 3, Central 2
HERMON — Nicole Turmel scored the winning goal off a Lindsey Allen assist with 15:38 left in the second half to give the Hermon girls a 3-2 soccer upset victory over Central of Corinth Wednesday.
Turmel and Allen scored goals in the first to give 2-11-1 Hermon a 2-1 lead at halftime. Sara Bishop saved 16 of 20 shots.
Michelle Ferrie scored in the first and Jocelyn Portman tied it in the second for 10-3 Central. Sam Brownell made eight saves on 12 shots.
JV: Hermon 1-0

So. Aroostook 16, East Grand 0
At Dyer Brook, 11 players scored goals as Southern Aroostook closed out its season with a perfect 14-0 record.
Elizabeth Goodall, Evangeline Goodall, Rochelle Nadeau, Kim Pratt and Jillian Diaferio scored two goals each for the Warriors. Jasmine Rockwell, Beth Bishop, Cassie Garcelon, Alex Bishop, Desirae Dubois and Morgan Gustin also scored. Mallary Lawlor and Emily Cummings combined for one saved on one shot.
Kim Armstrong turned away eight of 40 shots for 0-10-1 East Grand of Danforth.

Woodland 3, Calais 1
At Calais, Molly White scored two unassisted goals and a third with an assist from Anne Rafsdal for the 9-4 Dragons. Kelsey Wordan saved nine of 15 shots in net.
Alex McVicar scored an unassisted goal on a free kick for the 5-5 Blue Devils. Hillary Hollingdale was 8-14 in goal

Camden Hills 8, Mount View 0
At Camden, Jackay Richards, Kailand Sweeting and Heather Eaton each scored two goals to pace Camden Hills past Mount View of Thorndike.
Gab Duke had a goal and an assist for the 4-7-2 Windjammers, Maddie Smeaton had a goal and Lindsay Bumbalo made two saves on two shots for her fourth shutout of the season.
Amanda Larrabee and Rachel Andrews combined for 18 saves on 28 shots for the 0-13 Mustangs.
JV: Camden Hills 3-0

Orono 4, Piscataquis 0
At Guilford, Alex Crocker scored two goals, one in each half, as Orono defeated Piscataquis.
Meghan Curtis and Chloe Paul added unassisted goals for the 10-2-1 Red Riots. Jade Keezer saved two of 10 shots.
Abby Burdin made two saves on 22 shots for 3-9-1 Piscataquis.
 
Gardiner 3, Medomak 0
At Waldoboro, Ashley Abbott had a hat trick as Gardiner shut out Medomak Valley.
Jen Day turned away seven of 11 shots for 8-1-4 Gardiner.
Ericka Christensen made one save on seven shots for 10-3 Medomak Valley.
JV: Medomak 3-2

DI-Stonington 1, GSA 1
At Deer Isle, Deer Isle-Stonington’s Meaghan Robinson tied it at 1-1 with an assist from Paige Rollins at 37:21 in the second half as the Mariners and George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill stalemated.
Richelle Kane scored at 9:30 in the first half for the 8-3-1 Eagles. Hannah Van der Eb stopped two of four shots.
Chelsea Brown made six saves on seven shots for the 6-4-3 Mariners.

Nokomis 1, Lincoln Acad. 0 (OT)
At Newport, Becky Wolinski scored an unassisted goal 58 seconds in to overtime to help the Warriors improve to 7-5-1.
Laura Lyford made three saves on six shots in net for the winners.
Ema Lazzari faced 12 shots and made seven saves for the 5-8 Eagles of Newcastle.
JV: Nokomis 1-0

Bangor Christian 3, Searsport 2
At Bangor, Meredith Bean scored what proved to be the game-winning goal off a pass from Emma Johnson with 1:38 to play for Bangor Christian.
Johnson also scored the second goal and assisted on the first for the 6-5-1 Patriots. Demelza Ramirez had a goal and an assist. Kaylin Pellegrini made 10 saves on 18 shots.
Olivia Quigley had a goal and an assist for the 7-6 Vikings. Sarah Bradshaw scored the other goal and Megan Higgins made 13 saves on 28 shots.

Old Town 1, Ellsworth 0
At Ellsworth, Meagan Cousins scored the only goal of the game with 1:26 to play on a clearing pass near midfield, a breakaway, and then a shot to the far post.
Ashley Abbott made four saves on seven shots for the 9-2-2 Coyotes.
Jessica Toothaker saved nine of 12 shots for the 4-8 Eagles.
JV: Ellsworth 2-0

Washington Acad. 5, Sumner 1
At East Sullivan, Brandelyn Hodgdon scored two goals as her Washington Academy Raiders of East Machias knocked off the Tigers.
Sarah Leeman, Kristi Wright and Shannon Garland each scored a goal for the 10-3 Raiders. Jessie Hardy made 10 saves on 12 shots.
Kelsey Tucker scored on a Tashia Daley assist for the 0-13 Tigers. Maria Lockhart saved nine of 14 shots

Caribou 2, Fort Kent 1 (2OT)
At Caribou, Jenna Selander scored on a direct kick from about 22 yards out with 54 seconds left in the second overtime to lift Caribou over Fort Kent.
Olivia Sleeper tied it at 1-1 with an unassisted goal with 4:43 left in regulation for the 9-3-1 Vikings. Brittany Doak stopped seven of 13 shots.
Gabby Naranja scored with 17:58 left in the first half off a Taylor Boucher assist for 9-2-1 Fort Kent. Carissa Pelletier turned away six of 13 shots.

MDI 3, John Bapst 2
At Bar Harbor, Bliss Weathers scored two goals as Mount Desert Island held off John Bapst of Bangor.
All goals were scored in the first half.
Annika Sampson had a goal and an assist for the 7-5 Trojans. Elizabeth Sargent turned away 22 of 25 shots.
Kristy Moriarty and Sierra Pierce scored for the 6-6 Crusaders. Lauren Jordan made seven saves off 10 shots.
JV: John Bapst 2-0

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BOYS SOCCER
Jonesport-Beals 1, Narraguagus 0

At Jonesport, sophomore Matt Alley scored off senior Terrell Carver’s assist with 19:02 left in regulation to lift Jonesport-Beals over Narraguagus of Harrington.
Sid Look turned away 10 of 15 shots to earn his second shutout for the 6-5 Royals.
Kameron Jordan made 11 saves on 15 shots for 3-10-1 Narraguagus.

Washington Acad. 3, Machias 0
At Machias, Ben Teer scored two goals as Washington Academy of East Machias shut out Machias.
Noah Von Rotz had a goal and an assist for the 14-0 Raiders. Tony Bai also had an assist. Bryce Colbeth stopped five of 10 shots.
A.J. Dolley and Justin Weaver combined to save 19 of 30 shots for 8-4-1 Machias.

Ellsworth 5, Old Town 1
At Old Town, Josh Bean scored two goals to help the Eagles improve to 12-0-1.
Zach Emeigh, Jake Jordan and Matt Duhaime each chipped in with a goal for the Eagles and Andrew Austin recorded an assist. Jordan Carter made 11 saves on 13 shots.
For 5-7 Old Town, Taylor Ploch scored off an assist from Lucas Baillargeon and Lee Larry made 13 saves on 18 shots.
JV: Ellsworth 2-0

John Bapst 3, Bucksport 0
At Bucksport, Kody Allcroft scored a first-half goal to help lead John Bapst of Bangor to victory over Bucksport.
Lucas Wardell and Lucas Hubbard scored second-half goals for the 3-6-2 Crusaders. Ryan Carr provided two assists and Nate Green had an assist. Stuart Lenz made two saves on six shots.
Joe Goodin turned away seven of 11 shots for 4-7-1 Bucksport.
JV: John Bapst 6-1

Bangor 5, Lawrence 1
At Fairfield, Luke Hettermann scored two second-half goals as Bangor defeated Lawrence.
Cody Cormier had a goal and an assist for the 12-0 Rams. Clark Noonan and Jacques Larochelle also scored. Adam King and Hettermann both had an assist. Bud Angst made no saves on three shots.
Ben Pearson scored in the second for 5-7 Lawrence. Codey Fabian saved two of 14 shots.
JV: Bangor 1-0

So. Aroostook 8, East Grand 0
At Dyer Brook, Dakota Sleeper scored three goals and Patrick Goodall had one goal and four assists in leading the Southern Aroostook Warriors past East Grand of Danforth.
For the 11-2 Warriors, Nick Tarr, Jesse Small, Taylor Locke, and Scott McDonald each scored a goal. Jesse Boulier and Chris Casey combined for two saves on three shots.
For the 2-6-1 Vikings, Abe Britton made 31 saves on 41 shots.

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CROSS COUNTRY
HIGH SCHOOL
At Machias, 2.2 miles

Calais boys 24, Washington Academy 51, Machias 51, Narraguagus, Shead no score
1. Merrill Johnson (N) 13:08, 2. Forrest Carle (C) 13:39, 3. Scott Carpenter (C) 13:50, 4. Nick Beal (M) 13:55, 5. Jay Beal (M) 13:59, 6. Josh Pulk (WA) 14:25, 7. Cody Blackburn (N) 14:35, 8. Tyler Provencher (C) 14:43, 9. Michael Osseyran (C) 15:54, 10. Michael Larsen (C) 14:57, 11. Iah Cling (S) 15:00, 12. Nicholas Libby (M) 15:01, 13. Keith Follis (S) 15:12.07, 14. Kameron Hansen  (WA) 15:12.53, 15. B.J. Brizee (WA) 15:31
Machias girls, Washington Academy, Narraguagus, Shead, Calais, Woodland no score
1. Mariana Murphy (M) 17:54, 2. Kalah Mitchell (WA) 18:55, 3. Jordan Endre (N) 19:28, 4. Jordyn Turner (S) 19:57, 5. Brittany Burke (N) 20:11, 6. Miranda McLean (C) 21:44, 7. Ashley Varney (WA) 23:44, 8. Rachel Eaton (N) 23:58, 9. Tamara Thomson (Wood) 28:25, 10. Bridgette Koch (M) 32:06, 11. Erin Smith (N) 32:50

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VOLLEYBALL
HIGH SCHOOL
At Machias
Washington Academy (13-1) def. Machias (3-10) 25-13, 25-11, 25-11

Washington Academy: Taylor Davis 8 kills, 10 assists, 4 aces, 12-16 serving, 4 digs; Janelle Tinker 14-16 serving, 4 aces, 8 kills, 5 digs; Kirsten Taylor 10-11 serving, 4 aces, 3 kills, 1 assist
Machias: Jordan Ranke 11-11 serving, 2 aces, 5 digs; Kate Richardson 5-6 serving, 3 digs; Cady Rolfe 5-5 serving, 2 kills, 1 block, 1 assist

At Jonesport
Narraguagus (8-6) def. Jonesport-Beals (9-5) 26-24, 25-22, 24-26, 25-14

Narraguagus: Cassie Fickett 16-19 serving, 6 aces, 21 assists, 9 kills, 5 digs; Andrea Perry 3-6 serving, 2 aces, 16

kills, 3 blocks, 12 digs; Haley Toppin 16-18 serving, 7 kills, 2 blocks; Kayla Hall 20-23 serving, 3 aces, 6 kills; Morgan Brooks 4-5 serving
Jonesport-Beals: Whitney Norton 9-10 serving, 2 kills, 2 assists, 8 digs; Lindsey Jones 12-14 serving, 8 kills, 4 digs 2 blocks; Jessica MacLean 8-10 serving, 9 assists, 6 digs; Joni Alley 4 aces, 2 kills, 2 blocks; Sarah Milliken 13-13 serving, 3 kills, 3 digs; Kaitlyn Alley 4 kills, 5 digs
JV: Jonesport-Beals 25-18, 25-20

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PLAYER OF THE WEEK
HIGH SCHOOL
PTC Class B

Josh Gaudette (Waterville), football, rushed for 145 yards on 8 carries and scored three touchdowns on the ground. He also completed a 48-yard pass for a touchdown. On defense he had 10 tackles and four assists.

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GOLF
EMSGA
At Northport GC
Scramble

Gross: Tom Kus, Ed McKay, Scott Thomas, Marty Drew 65; Doc Howard, Sonny Myers, Dick Gardner, Steve Belyea 66; Robert Sumner, Bernie Nix, Bourke Trask, Tom Boerger 66; Colby Clendenning, Ed Baum, Ed Nason, Don Maxim 67; Phil Bowen, Larry Quinn, Peter Mahoney, Bruce Spaulding 68; net: Rod Chase, Peter Doran, Ralph Burgess, Jeff Robinson 57; Stu Haskell, Mike Greenwood, Bucky Owen, George Jacobson 58.25; Bob Thomas, Craig Miller, Ron Hawes, Ralph Carr 60; Greg Stanley, Dave Kelley, Jim Pendergast, Jerry Nasberg 60.25; Jim Cuthbertson, Norm Bridge, Marty Bordwick, Harvey Peterson 60.875; pins: No. 3 Steve Norton 11-2, Lew McDowell 15-3; No. 9 Dick Gardner 8-11, Phil Bowen 11-2; No. 12 Rod Chase 4-8, Tom Kus 6-6; No. 18 Doc Howard 6-8, Bob Anderson 7-1

LOCAL
At Rocky Knoll CC, Orrington
Senior Stableford League

Blind draw: Dick Drisko, Frank Daigle, Charlie Veysey even; John Richard, Alan Blanchard, Leo Goodin, Norm St. Amand –7; Roger Tracy, Mel Bowden, Tom Bryant –11; Jim Franklin, Ted Drake, Sonny Dubay, Bill Beck –12; Quintin Allan, Rollie Spellman, Duane Hanson, Bill Kaine –14; pins: No. 5 Bill Beck 25-3, No. 7 Tom Bryant 15-3, No. 12 Roger Tracy 24-6, No. 17 Frank Daigle 4-3

At Hermon Meadow GC
Cross Country Tournament

Brian McLaughlin, George Keefe, Eric Vigue, Darby Vigue, Parker Babin 51; Mike Norris, Greg Black, Robin Downs, Bob Weston, Janice Poulsen 52 (mc); Ernie Hein, Irene Jacobs, Libby Frye, Rick Abbott, Terry McDonald 52; Brad Robinson, Elwood Grant, Diane Herring, Tom Berry 55; Al Stuber, Cheryl Paulson, Matt Berry, David Hayden 56; Jim Wilson, Joe Johnston, Ron Jones, Karen Feeney, Kim Bogle 57; pins, women: No. 1 Karen Feeney 5-5, No. 15 Cheryl Paulson 8-4; men: No. 1 Ernie Hein 4-9, No. 7 Peter Buchanan 13-7, No. 15 Mike Norris 4-2, No. 17 Don Shumaker 6-10

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HARNESS RACING
BANGOR RACEWAY
Wednesday’s Results
FIRST, Pace, $2,750

Beach Assault, G. Bowden 2.60, 2.60, 2.20
Cold Stream Pete, W. Brown 4.80, 2.40
Twilight Charm, H. Campbell 2.10
T: 2:04.3. Ex 2-1, 16.40.
SECOND, Pace, $2,000
Georgie Girl, D. Dickison 8.80, 6.20, 2.10
Daedalus N, G. Bowden 13.20, 3.00
Hegoeseasy, H. Campbell 4.60
T: 2:04.2. Ex 3-6, 60.40. Tri 3-6-4, 121.00. DD 2-3, 30.20.
THIRD, Trot, $2,000
Hallelujah Dream, S. Gray 4.20, 2.80, 2.10
Majesty Hall, H. Campbell 4.20, 5.80, 4.00
Diamond Deal, R. Dinning 2.80
T: 2:06.1. Ex 2-5, 7.40; 5-2, 7.80.
FOURTH, Pace, $3,500
Gale Force Wind, G. Mosher 6.00, 2.80, 2.20
Chanels Dragon, R. Dinning 2.60, 2.10
Pocologan, D. Howes 2.20
T: 2:04.2. Ex 1-3, 29.60. Tri 1-3-5, 32.00
FIFTH, Pace, $4,500
Tremendous Hanover, H. Campbell 4.40, 3.40, 3.80
Four Starzzzz Jaws, R. Dinning 4.80, 6.80
Mighty Thunder, S. Gray 5.20
T: 1:59.4. Ex 4-5, 5.40. Tri 4-5-3, 37.80.
SIXTH, Pace, $2,750
Red Bullet, S. Gray 2.80, 3.80, 2.10
Ascot Bourbon, K. Switzer Jr. 8.20, 5.00
Sharealike N, S. Mahar 3.40
T: 1:59.4. Ex 1-2, 60.80. Tri 1-2-3, 326.20.
SEVENTH, Trot, $3,500
Visioness K, K. Switzer Jr. 11.40, 8.60, 26.80
Four Starz Nuts, C. Cushing 10.00
Triple Three, G. Mosher
T: 2:04.1. Ex 2-1, 50.80. Tri 2-1-3, 116.00. Pk3 4-1-2, 52.20.
EIGHTH, Pace, $2,000
Commitment, S. Gray 5.00, 2.60, 2.60
Shahbash, K. Switzer Jr. 3.40, 2.40
Warrior Jake, G. Mosher 2.10
T: 2:00.2. Ex 6-5, 27.40. DD 2-6, 33.20.
Total Handle: $8,073.

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