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Posted Oct. 16, 2009, at 12:02 a.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
BOYS SOCCER
Thursday’s Results

Ashland 5, Wisdom 3
Bucksport 6, Mattanawcook 1
Fort Kent 2, Caribou 0
Hampden 2, Brewer 0
Hermon 1, John Bapst 1 (2OT)
LCS/MSSM 2, Hodgdon 2 (2OT)
Madawaska 2, So. Aroostook 0
Old Town 2, MDI 1 (2OT)
Penobscot Valley 4, Central 0
Washburn 1, Van Buren 0

GIRLS SOCCER
Thursday’s Results

Central 6, Penquis 2
Hampden 14, Brewer 0
Houlton 4, Schenck 0
LCS/MSSM 2, Hodgdon 0
Washburn 0, Van Buren 0 (2OT)
Washington Academy 6, Narraguagus 0

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COLLEGE
WOMEN’S SOCCER
Thursday’s Results

Maine 1, Hartford 0
Univ.-New England 1, Colby-Sawyer 0

FIELD HOCKEY
Thursday’s Results

Bowdoin 10, UM-Farmington 0
St. Joseph’s 1, Salem State 0

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HIGH SCHOOL
Girls soccer

WA Raiders 6, Narraguagus 0
At East Machias, Brandelyn Hodgdon and Breanna Nicely scored two goals apiece as Washington Academy shut out Narraguagus of Harrington.
Sarah Lehman and Christy Smith scored for the 11-3 Raiders. Jessie Hardy made four saves on five shots.
Haley Eckert stopped nine of 22 shots for the 5-9 Knights.

Houlton 4, Schenck 0
At Houlton, Mikaelah Tracy netted two goals as Houlton shut out Schenck of East Millinocket.
Vanessa Sanderson had a goal and an assist for the 10-2 Shiretowners. Chelsi Murray also scored a goal. Becca Waite recorded two assists and Taylor Bailey had an assist. Madison Lezotte made no saves on two shots.
Leeann Toothaker stopped four of 13 shots for 6-6-1 Schenck.
JV: Houlton 2-0

Central 6, Penquis 2
At Corinth, Brianna Speed scored two goals to lead Central past Penquis of Milo.
Max McHugh and Michelle Ferrie both had a goal and two assists for 11-3 Central. Hannah Pray and Jocelyn Portmann also scored. Sam Brownell recorded seven saves off 12 shots.
Sadie Zambrano scored a goal in each half for 3-8-2 Penquis. Hannah Bess saved 12 of 27 shots.

Hampden 14, Brewer 0
At Hampden, Chelsea Kuzio scored five goals and assisted another as Hampden Academy defeated Brewer.
Michaela Stephenson added three goals and five assists for the 5-6-1 Broncos. Kaylee Lecavalier had two goals and an assist. Sarah Lamberton scored a goal and recorded two assists. Sammi Utecht and Tessa Wood each had a goal and an assist and Clarissa El-Hajj added a goal. Emily Gower and Whitney Moore provided assists.
Julia Snyder and Kayla Clewley combined for two saves on two shots.
Missy Thompson turned away 13 of 27 shots for 2-10 Brewer.

LCS/MSSM 2, Hodgdon 0
At Limestone, Amanda Allen scored off a Bethany Berry assist with 33:10 left in the second half to lead Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics to victory over Hodgdon.
Rylee Leighton added an insurance goal with 18:30 left in regulation for the 8-5-1 Eagles. Audra Kirk saved eight of nine shots.
Emily Jurson turned away eight of 22 shots for 3-10 Hodgdon.

Washburn 0, Van Buren 0 (2OT)
At Washburn, neither team could muster a goal through regulation and two overtime periods.
Rayah Saucier collected 14 saves on 18 shots for 2-8-4 Washburn while Ashley Wilson recorded 16 saves on 20 shots for 4-8-1 Van Buren.

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BOYS SOCCER
Old Town 2, MDI 1 (2OT)

At Bar Harbor, Jake Leithiser scored on a shot from inside 18 yards to the far post with just 49 seconds left in the second overtime to lift Old Town over Mount Desert Island.
Chris Gilman assisted Leithiser’s winning goal. Josh Moul scored an unassisted goal in the second half to tie it for 6-7 Old Town. Lee Larry turned away five of six shots.
Nick Shaw scored unassisted in the first half for the 5-6-1 Trojans. Conner Records saved 15 of 17 shots.
JV: 3-3

Bucksport 6, Mattanawcook 1
At Bucksport, Jon Grindle had a hat trick in the first half as Bucksport topped Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln.
Cody Farrell had a goal and three assists for the 5-7-1 Golden Bucks. Troy Vincent had a goal and two assists and Jeff Golding added a goal and an assist. Joe Goodin made four saves on nine shots.
Jake Pelkey scored a second-half goal off a Stefano Dottarelli assist for the 0-13 Lynx. Tyler Wakefield stopped 10 of 21 shots.
JV: Bucksport 2-0

Hampden 2, Brewer 0
At Brewer, Grant Aylward made eight saves on 15 shots to notch a shutout and help Hampden Academy get the win.
Graham Safford and John Meehan each scored a goal for the 9-2-1 Broncos. Bradley Dolan had an assist.
Evan Nadeau made 12 saves on 15 shots for 4-5-2 Brewer.

Hermon 1, John Bapst 1 (2OT)
At Hermon, Hermon’s Justin Cullens and John Bapst of Bangor’s Stuart Lenz didn’t allow a goal through two overtimes.
Taylor Gross scored an unassisted goal with 17:15 left in regulation to tie it at 1-1 for the 6-7-1 Hawks. Cullens saved six of nine shots.
Jason McBurnie scored with 30:37 left in the second half for 3-7-2 John Bapst. Lenz turned away 13 of 19 shots.
JV: Hermon 3-2 (OT)

Fort Kent 2, Caribou 0
At Caribou, Jared Soucy scored two second-half goals to spark the Warriors to victory over the Vikings.
Soucy converted a Sam Chasse assist with 21:51 remaining and added an unassisted goal with 7:46 to play. Alex Charette made four saves on five shots for 8-2-3 Fort Kent.
Stephen St. Peter came up with six saves on eight shots for 6-4-3 Caribou.

Washburn 1, Van Buren 0
At Washburn, Jordan McLaughlin scored the game-winner off an Adam Wilcox assist with 19:53 left in the second half to lead Washburn past Van Buren.
Justin Howe and Connor Fitzpatrick combined for five saves on seven shots for 3-10-1 Washburn.
Marc Lajoie turned away four of seven shots for 4-9 Van Buren.

Ashland 5, Wisdom 3
At St. Agatha, Casey Cobb had a hat trick as Ashland beat Wisdom.
Kenny Tarr and Brandon Saucier added goals for the 10-3 Hornets. Bobby Gardner saved 17 of 22 shots.
Chris Ouellette, Curtis Picard and Rocky Chamberland scored for the 10-4 Pioneers. Ryan Blanchette stopped 13 of 18 shots.

Madawaska 2, So. Aroostook 0
At Presque Isle, Nathan Beaulieu netted a first-half goal to help lead Madawaska to victory over Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook.
Deejay Gendreau scored in the second half off a Curtis Thibodeau assist for 10-2-1 Madawaska. Jamie Cyr saved six of 11 shots.
Jesse Boulier turned away 18 of 22 shots for 11-3 Southern Aroostook.

LCS/MSSM 2, Hodgdon 2 (2OT)
At Limestone, neither team could score in the two overtime periods as Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics and Hodgdon played to a tie.
Josh Forsman scored an unassisted goal in the first half and Nat e Tucker added a second-half goal off a Forsman assist to put the 3-9-2 Eagles up 2-0. Zach Moreau saved 15 of 21 shots.
Wade Estabrook scored two goals minutes apart to tie it for 1-10-1 Hodgdon. Erik Ryan stopped 12 of 16 shots.

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COLLEGE
Field hockey
St. Joseph’s 1, Salem State 0

At Salem, Mass., Amanda Sebastiao scored an unassisted goal with five minutes left in regulation to lift Saint Joseph’s College of Standish over Salem State College.
Meaghan Johnson saved three of five shots for the 10-2 Monks.
Jessica McKenna made two saves on five shots for 5-6 Salem State.

Bowdoin 10, UM-Farmington 0
At Brunswick, Jessie Small scored two goals and assisted another as Bowdoin Co

llege routed the University of Maine-Farmington.
Ella Curren also scored two goals for the 8-3 Polar Bears. Ingrid Oelschlager had a goal and two assists. Megan McCullough, Cathleen Smith, McKenna Teague and Elisabeth Clegg each had a goal and an assist. Kassey Matoin scored her first career goal. Kayla Lessard saved two of three shots.
Sarah Brown and Felisha Taylor combined for 19 saves on 38 shots for 5-6 UM-Farmington.

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Women’s soccer
Maine 1, Hartford 0

At West Hartford, Conn., Laura Martel scored an unassisted goal with 15:06 left in regulation to lead the University of Maine past the University of Hartford.
Meagan Price-Leibenzeder saved two of 10 shots for the 5-5-2 Black Bears.
Lauren Brodeur turned away two of eight shots for 4-9-2 Hartford.

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