Ashland’s Baker records ninth shutout

Posted Oct. 19, 2009, at 10:27 p.m.

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine – Senior goalkeeper Taylor Baker stopped six of nine shots to record her ninth shutout of the season as Ashland defeated Fort Fairfield 5-0 in a schoolgirl match Monday.

Brooke LaBelle tallied a goal and two assists for the 12-2 Hornets. Jessica Jimmo and Macie Pelkey both had a goal and an assist. Kayla Cote and Anna Paradis also scored.

Katy Donovan turned away 17 of 38 shots for the 7-6-1 Tigers.

Central Aroostook High School 1, Van Buren 1 (2OT)

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At Mars Hill, Central Aroostook and Van Buren scored first-half goals, but neither team could score again through two overtime periods.

Brittini Mosher scored with 11:18 left in the first off a Kristin Long assist for 4-8-2 Central Aroostook. Paige Garrison saved five of 15 shots.

Haley Lizotte tied it with 8:46 remaining in the first with an assist from Jenna Guerrette. Ashley Wilson turned away 11 of 17 shots for 4-7-3 Van Buren.

Katahdin 2, Hodgdon 0

At Hodgdon, Melissa Duffy scored a goal and helped assist the other as Katahdin of Stacyville topped Hodgdon.

Kali Rush scored with 20:47 left in the second half for 4-10 Katahdin. Katrina Taylor and Duff assisted Rush’s goal. Makayla Patterson stopped seven of 11 shots.

Emily Jurson had 17 saves on 25 shots for 3-11 Hodgdon.

Houlton 3, Madawaska 2 (OT)

At Houlton, Brooke Deveau scored on a scramble in front of the net with 49 seconds remaining in overtime to lead Houlton past Madawaska.

Vanessa Sanderson and Amanda Fogarty both recorded a goal and an assist in the first half for 11-2 Houlton. Madison Lezotte saved four of eight shots.

Valerie Cormier tied it at 2-2 on an unassisted goal with 12:51 left in regulation. Megan Ouellette had a first-half goal for the 8-5-1 Owls. Amanda Nadeau saved six of 14 shots.

Boys soccer

Katahdin 6, Hodgdon 0

At Hodgdon, Micah Rogerson had a hat trick as Katahdin of Stacyville shut out Hodgdon.

Colby Gallagher added a goal and three assists for the 4-8-2 Cougars. Mickey Savage and Steven Whitney also scored. Robert Mycroft turned away two of four shots.

Erik Ryan saved nine of 37 shots for 1-11-2 Hodgdon.

Madawaska 3, Houlton 0

At Madawaska, Jamie Cyr stopped all six shots to earn his sixth shutout and lead Madawaska to victory over Houlton.

Mike Cannan, Jon Lee and Nathan Beaulieu scored for the 11-2-1 Owls. Curtis Thibeault assisted all three goals.

Jared Tapley turned away 17 of 20 shots for 9-2-2 Houlton.

Ashland 4, Fort Fairfield 3

At Presque Isle, Casey Cobb broke the 3-3 tie when he scored off a Kenny Tarr assist with 1:37 left in regulation as Ashland topped Fort Fairfield.

Cobb added another goal for the 11-3 Hornets. Tarr and Royce MacDonald also scored. Andrew Libby and Brandon Saucier recorded assists. Bobby Gardner saved 16 of 19 shots.

Josh Booth scored twice to pace the 4-9-1 Tigers. Derek Dufour tallied a goal, Travis Noyes had two assists and Josh Churchill had an assist. Chris Weeks stopped 22 of 26 shots.

Cen. Aroostook 2, Van Buren 0

At Mars Hill, Dan Brewer tallied two second-half goals as Central Aroostook shut out Van Buren.

Ross Grass saved six of nine shots for the 11-3 Panthers.

Eric Laplante turned away nine of 20 shots for 4-10 Van Buren.

Football

Dexter 54, Calais-Woodland 52

At Calais Saturday, a 35-yard fullback option pass completion by Doug Richardson set up a game-tying 5-yard touchdown run by Tim Gustin with 11 seconds left, and the Tigers won on Richardson’s two-point conversion rush.

Dexter then recovered an onside kick and ran out the remaining seconds.

Doug Richardson gained 151 yards, ran for one touchdown, and rushed for six two-point conversions to help lead the Dexter Tigers to a win in an offensive slugfest Saturday afternoon.

Richardson also completed a 35-yard pass for the 3-4 Tigers. Quarterback Tim Gustin ran for 88 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries and threw two passes for 25 yards.

For the visiting Silverados, Ryan Cavanaugh scored four touchdowns and gained 132 yards on 12 carries while Spencer McCormick ran for three touchdowns and 118 yards on 19 carries while also rushing for two two-point conversions.

The Silverados averaged 9.5 yards per carry in the game and Dexter averaged 5.0.

John Bapst 41, Orono 22

At Bangor Saturday, the Crusaders scored 35 first-half points en route to their seventh win without a loss.

Bill Wetherbee led John Bapst with nine carries for 111 yards and three touchdowns (5, 11, 4 yards). He also caught a 70-yard scoring pass from Shane Hass.

Grady Hayes carried 20 times for 103 yards as the Crusaders rushed for 255 yards. Hass was 6-for-12 passing for 152 yards and three scores, including a 52-yarder to Fred Lear and an 8-yarder to Max Andrews.

Jason Pulley was in on seven tackles for the winners.

Dominic Mowrer picked up 100 yards on 20 carries to pace Orono. Brandon Higgins gained 48 yards on nine carries, including an 11-yard TD scamper.

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