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October 27, Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News

NAC Preliminary

Maine Maritime 4, Johnson St. 2
UM-Farmington 4, Green Mountain 1

U-New England 3, Bridgewater State 2 (OT)

At Waterville
Colby (8-16) def. Southern Maine (4-16) 25-17, 25-9, 25-19

At Biddeford
U-New England (9-15) def. Saint Joseph’s (14-16) 25-22, 25-15, 25-22


FAIRFIELD — Pre-sale tickets for the Class A playoff game between Skowhegan and Lawrence are on sale in the main office Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Gates open for the game on Friday at 5:30 p.m.


SKOWHEGAN — Pre-sale tickets for the Class A playoff game between Skowhegan and Lawrence are on sale in the main office Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students.
Field Hockey
Tickets for Saturday’s 4 p.m. Class A State Championship game vs. Scarborough are $7 for adults and $4 for students.

Hampden Academy

HAMPDEN — Tickets for Friday’s PTC Class B football playoff game vs. Waterville are $5 for adults and $3 for students and seniors. The game starts at 7 p.m.
Bangor 2, Morse 0

At Bangor, the second-seeded Rams scored one goal in each half, outshooting the seventh-ranked Morse Shipbuilders from Bath 34-5 en route to the victory.
Freshman Grace Maclean put 13-1-1 Bangor on the board 2:59 into the match, taking a long pass from Denali Graham, outmaneuvering a defender along the left flank and slamming a hard shot into the right goalpost.
That would be all the scoring until Eliza Estabrook one-touched a Kim Jordan cross home with just over eight minutes to play in regulation.
The Rams controlled play throughout while Morse played a 4-4-2 (four backs, four midfielders, two strikers) alignment to try to slow Bangor’s attack.
Bangor’s midfielders also did a good job limiting the Shipbuilders’ counterattacks.
Mia Smith had two saves for Bangor and Kate Thibodeau 12 for Morse.

Presque Isle 2, John Bapst 1

At Presque Isle, Mackenzie Pinette scored an unassisted goal with 5:51 remaining to lift the top-seeded Wildcats to a quarterfinal victory over the No. 8 Crusaders.
Lexi Chasse had scored off a Sierra Pierce assist with two seconds left in the first half to give John Bapst of Bangor a 1-0 lead, but Brooke Long-Postell tied the game for Presque Isle with an unassisted tally with 7:34 to play in the second half.
Kelsey Park made three saves on six shots for the 15-0 Wildcats while Laura Jordan made 10 stops on 14 shots for the 10-6 Crusaders.

Old Town 2, Medomak Valley 1
At Old Town, Meagan Cousins scored off a Kayla Brooks assist with 28:03 left in the second half to provide the No. 3 Coyotes with the margin of victory in a quarterfinal victory over No. 6 Medomak Valley of Waldoboro.
Taylor Keefe scored, unassisted, to give the 10-5 Panthers a 1-0 first-half lead, but Katie Deshane answered for 11-2-2 Old Town, converting assists from Cousins and Brooks with 38:21 left in the second half.
Ashley Abbott made three saves on four shots for Old Town, while Medomak’s Erika Christensen made four saves on eight shots.

Caribou 6, Gardiner 5
At Gardiner, Olivia Martin’s shot was deflected away by Gardiner goalie Jenn Day, and the ball bounced off Jamie Martin’s knee and into the net with 8:58 to play to give the fifth-ranked Caribou Vikings the winning margin in a slugfest.
Morgan Swan and Jenna Selander led 10-4-1 Caribou with two goals apiece while Selander had an assist. Sleeper contributed two assists and Jessica Zyblut a goal. Brittany Doak had nine saves on 14 shots.
Ashley Abbott scored four times for 9-2-4 Gardiner and assisted on Kate Turmell’s goal. Day had 13 saves on 20 shots.

Winslow 4, MDI 2
At Winslow, Alli Veilleux scored two goals while Kim Curtis added another and three assists to lead No. 2 Winslow by No. 7 MDI.
Gordyn Mallett contributed a goal for the 15-0 Black Raiders while Elizabeth Ferry didn’t have to make a save on two shots.
Jamie McKay scored and assisted on Bethany Van Gorder’s goal for 8-6-1 MDI. Elizabeth Sargent saved 14 of 19 shots.

Orono 5, Searsport 1

At Orono, Chloe Paul and Alex Crocker scored a pair of goals apiece and Paul also had an assist as the top-seeded Riots advanced with their third win of the season over eighth seed Searsport.
Caleigh Paul, Chloe’s sister, had the other goal for the 12-2-1 Riots while Searsport, which finished up at 9-7, received a goal from Olivia Quigley.
Crocker’s penalty kick broke a 1-1 tie with 2:23 left in the first half and Caleigh and Chloe Paul scored 4:35 apart early in the second half to secure the win.
Elizabeth Fox made four saves on 12 shots for Orono while Megan Higgins finished with 12 saves on 49 shots for Searsport.

George Stevens 2, Houlton 0
At Houlton, India Frazier notched a goal in each half to lift No. 5 George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill past No. 4 Houlton.
Richelle Kane tallied an assist for the 9-5-1 Eagles. Hannah Van der Eb made three saves on seven shots.
Madison Lezotte stopped four of 13 shots for the 12-3 Shiretowners.

Central 2, Washington Acad. 1
At Corinth, Max McHugh scored on a direct kick with 25:22 left in the second half, giving the No. 3 Red Devils the eventual winning goal in a quarterfinal victory over the No. 6 Raiders.
Michelle Ferrie had put 12-3 Central up 1-0 with a first-half goal.. Sam Brownell made nine saves on 10 shots.
Breanna Nicely scored in the second half for 11-4 Washington Academy of East Machias. Jessie Hardy made 19 saves on 22 shots.

So. Aroostook 3, Fort Fairfield 1

At Dyer Brook, Evangeline Goodall scored a goal and tallied an assist to lead No. 1 Southern Aroostook by No. 8 Fort Fairfield.
Rochelle Nadeau and Kim Pratt each added a goal for the 15-0 Warriors. Janel Rockwell and Liz Goodall each had an assist. Emily Cummings stopped six of seven shots.
Courtney Churchill scored an unassisted goal for the 7-7-1 Tigers. Katy Donovan made 10 saves on 25 shots.

Easton 2, Bangor Christian 1
At Bangor, Katie Cyr’s unassisted goal with nine minutes left in regulation provided the No. 5 Bears with the winning margin.
Easton was playing in its first postseason game since 1997.
Ariana Babineau put 10-4-1 Easton on the board first with 33:46 left in the first half, while Becca Bach tied it for 7-7-1 Bangor Christian with a minute to play before halftime.
Taylor Burtt had 10 saves on 38 shots for Easton and Sam Martin six on 23 for BC.

LCS/MSSM 3, DI-Stonington 2
At Deer Isle, Bethany Berry had two goals plus an assist to lead No. 6 Limestone/MSSM past No. 3 Deer Isle-Stonington.
Stephanie Leighton added a goal plus an assist for the 9-5-1 Eagles Audra Kirk saved nine of 17 shots.
Paige Rollins and Britnie Jones had goals for the 7-5-3 Mariners, with Esther Adams assisting on both. Chelsea Brown stopped five of eight shots.

Ashland 7, Cen. Aroostook 0
At Presque Isle, Macie Pelkey scored four goals and assisted on another as No. 2 Ashland triumphed.
Jessica Jimmo notched a goal plus an assist and Brooke LaBelle two goals for the 13-2 Hornets. Kayla Cote chipped in an assist while Taylor Baker had three saves on nine shots.
Ashley Estabrook saved 13 of 35 shots for No. 7 Central Aroostook of Mars Hill (4-8-3).

Eastern Maine Eagles
Travel Team Roster

13-14 year olds: Chase Allen, Nick Ashey, Tommy Burns, Cody Collins, Justin Courtney, Andrew Elston, Gage Feeney, Liam Harrigan, Andrew Hillier, Sam Huston, Cody Lyons, Jacob Maguire, Matt Martin, Brendan Moore, Jordan Morrow, Trysten Pelkey, David Peters, Adam Richardson, Michael Turner, Ben Wheeler; coaches: Jim Moore, Paul Carter, Paul Huston

At Bangor YMCA
Pepsi High School League
100 Broadway 52, Hermon 46

Broadway top scorers: Riley Boyle 13 points, Tori Mason 11; Hermon: Danielle Ross 16
Mattanawcook 28, Bangor 21
Mattanawcook top scorers: Rianna Gardiner 8; Bangor: Rachel Taft 4, Megan Davis 4

Sunrise Conference
Joshua Peaslee
(UM-Presque Isle junior), Men’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week, scored the decisive goal in a 2-0 win over Vermont Technical College.

Craig Maffei (UM-Presque Isle junior), Men’s Soccer Co-Defensive Player of the Week, helped the Owls hold Vermont Technical College to three shots on goal in a 2-0 win.

Ashley Ames (UM-Fort Kent senior), Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week, had 39 kills, six service aces and five blocks in a 2-1 week for the Bengals.

Katie Moody (UM-Presque Isle senior), Women’s Soccer Co-Defensive Player of the Week, led the Owls’ defense in a 5-3 win over Vermont Technical College.

Husson 2, Bates 1

At Bangor, Lori Hiltz converted a penalty stroke with 1:55 remaining in regulation as Husson University beat Bates College of Lewiston.
Helen Berry opened the scoring for Husson as she found the back of the cage with a Jenika Kelley pass off a Courtney Allen penalty corner.
Jenna Dannis equalized off a Kelley McManus penalty corner in the second half.
Kristen Capen made nine saves on 20 shots for 6-7 Husson while Bates’ Helena Turner and Katie McEnroe combined for eight saves on 19 shots.
Husson hosts Lasell College (Auburndale, Mass.) in the first round of the North Atlantic Conference on Saturday at 3:30 p.m.

UMM 74, St. Thomas 66 (OT)

At Machias, the Clippers outscored the Tommies 10-2 in overtime to open their season with a victory.
Cliff McDonald paced UMaine-Machias with 18 points, including the game-tying basket in the closing seconds of regulation. He also grabbed seven rebounds.
Zach Armstrong contributed 15 points and seven rebounds.
Brad LeBritton led St. Thomas University of Fredericton, New Brunswick with 16 points and 13 rebounds. Matt Robertson netted 16 points.
St. Thomas 66
Delong, Washburn 2-0-5, MacPherson 3-0-7, Holmes 3-1-9, Robertson 4-8-16, Bartlett, Pain, LeBritton 6-3-16, Russell 4-0-11, Davenport, Cordy 1-0-2
UMaine-Machias 74
Case 1-0-2, Alexander 3-3-9, Burke 1-0-2, Vazquez 1-2-4, Mirnyi 2-1-5, Leeman, Lucas 3-1-8, Tolbert 1-2-5, Armstrong 6-2-16, McDonald 8-2-18, Nelson 1-3-5
3-pt. goals: Washburn, MacPherson, Holmes 2, LeBritton, Russell 3; Lucas, Tolbert, Armstrong 2
Halftime: St. Thomas 38-35
Regulation: 64-64

NAC Preliminaries
MMA 4, Johnson State 2

At Castine, Callie Thompson provided a goal and an assist as the third-seeded Mariners earned a North Atlantic Conference first-round victory over the Badgers.
Maine Maritime Academy travels to No. 2 Husson University in Bangor for a Saturday semifinal.
Jessica Stahl, Diana Manatt-Rogers and Emily Brogden scored one goal apiece for the 10-6-1 Mariners. Alexis Bennett and Kim Watts posted assists while Lacey Jackson made two saves on six shots.
Amy Barrows and Jacqueline Poutre scored the goals for 6-8-1 Johnson State. Morgan Solomon made six saves on 15 shots.

UMF 4, Green Mountain 1
At Farmington, Noelle Moulton scored three goals, including two in the second half, to propel the Beavers to a North Atlantic Conference first-round victory over the Eagles.
The University of Maine-Farmington now plays No. 1 Castleton State in Saturday’s noon semifinal.
Moulton’s first tally, coming 8:44 into the contest, proved the game-winner. Beth Charles also scored for 8-9-1 UMF, while Leigh Ronald provided two assists and Alida Peake one. McKell Barnes made two saves on five shots.
Taylor Riso scored the goal for 6-9-1 Green Mountain of Poultney, Vt. Karen Davidson made eight saves on 19 shots.

Tuesday’s Results
FIRST, Pace, $2,000

Motu Elite Hanover, S. Gray 3.00, 2.40, 2.10
Cams Knight Dream, S. Mahar 6.20, -0-
Real Courtesy, K. Switzer Jr. 2.40
T: 1:59.2. Ex 4-2, 16.80.
SECOND, Pace, $1,900
Lucky Rider, S. Gray 2.60, 4.40, 2.10
Danderosa, D. Dickison 2.40, 2.10
Rd Kak, K. Switzer Jr. 2.20
T: 2:00.3. Ex 5-6, 8.80. Tri 5-6-3, 23.40. DD 4-5, 14.00.
THIRD, Pace, $1,900
Sheworeayellowribn, D. Dickison 30.00, 24.80, 3.80
River Of Truth, H. Campbell 5.00, 2.80
Swingnsway Sammy K, C. Cushing 2.10
T: 2:02.1. Ex 5-6, 100.20. Tri 5-6-1, 155.60.
FOURTH, Pace, $2,000
E-business, H. Campbell 9.40, 3.60, 3.00
Dawn On Me, G. Mosher 2.80, 2.60
Bali Mystic N, C. Cushing 3.00
T: 1:59.4. Ex 3-6, 35.80. Tri 3-6-2, 185.40.
FIFTH, Pace, $3,500
Work Out, H. Campbell 4.60, 2.40, 2.10
Fox Valley Lovebug, G. Mosher 4.80, 4.60
Fearless Finzareli, K. Switzer Jr. 4.20
T: 1:58. Ex 2-3, 15.60. Tri 2-3-1, 150.40.
SIXTH, Trot, $3,200
Cohesive, H. Campbell 3.40, 2.80, 2.40
Mar’s Wark, K. Ireland 16.60, 8.20
Malabar’s Dream, S. Mahar 3.60
T: 2:02.4. Ex 1-2, 99.80. Tri 1-2-5, 114.60.
EVENTH, Pace, $2,500

Last Eclipse, G. Mosher 7.20, 2.20, 2.10
Pembroke Mike, H. Campbell 2.20, 2.10
Tricky Rabbit, G. Bowden 2.60
T: 1:59.3. Ex 6-4, 7.40. Tri 6-4-1, 21.20. Pk3 2-1-6, 33.00.
EIGHTH, Trot, $2,500
He’s Ah Corker, K. Ireland 6.80, 5.20, 2.40
Kung Pad Chic, S. Mahar 2.60, 2.10
Girl Band, G. Hall 2.10
T: 2:04.2. Ex 6-3, 19.40. Tri 6-3-2, 51.60. DD 6-6, 13.60.
Total Handle: 16,037.34

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