Boys Soccer, Sept. 7, 2010, Scores and Highlights

Posted Sept. 07, 2010, at 8:10 p.m.
Last modified Sept. 14, 2010, at 1:07 p.m.

Today’s Results
Bangor 2, Messalonskee 1
Madawaska 2, Caribou 1
Fort Fairfield 6, LCS/MSSM 1
Greenville 8, Islesboro 2
Hampden 3, Waterville 3 (2OT)
Jonesport-Beals 1, Narraguagus 1 (2OT)
Katahdin 6, Easton 4
Madawaska 2, Caribou 1
Mount View 3, MCI 0
Van Buren 1, Ashland 1 (2OT)
Woodland 3, East Grand 0

    Jonesport-Beals 1, Narraguagus 1 (2OT)

At Jonesport, Marcus Smith of Jonesport-Beals and Tyler Tenney of Narraguagus of Harrington did not allow a goal in two overtimes.

Zach Smith scored on a penalty kick to tie the game with 8:16 left in regulation for the 0-0-1 Royals. Smith saved 20 of 24 shots.

Tyler Tenney scored an unassisted goal with 23:11 left in the second half for the 0-1-1 Knights. Jordan turned away 19 of 24 shots.

    Fort Fairfield 6, LCS/MSSM 1

At Fort Fairfield, Andrew Tuck had two goals and Jay Williams a goal and two assists as Fort Fairfield downed Limestone/Maine School of Science and Math.

LaGeorge Williams, Travis Noyes and Austin Bernier added goals and Derek Dufour two assists for the 3-3-1 Tigers. Chris Week had two saves on four shots.

Josh Forsman scored for the 0-4 Eagles; Shawn Gagnon stopped 17 of 23 shots.

    Van Buren 1, Ashland 1 (2OT)

At Van Buren, Ryan Guerrette scored a second-half goal for the Crusaders as they tied Ashland.

A.J. Edgecomb had the assist for 2-5-1 Van Buren and Marc Lajoie saved six of nine shots.

Tyler Levesque scored in the first half for 0-4-1 Ashland. J.J. D’Ozier stopped 17 of 29 shots.

    Hampden 3, Waterville 3 (2OT)

At Waterville, Waterville rallied for three unanswered goals in the second half as the Panthers and Hampden battled to a tie through two overtimes.

Thomas Samson scored the game-tying goal for 1-0-1 Waterville with 24:19 left in the game. Eric Samson and Wilson Guthro each added a goal. Max Brown made 16 saves on 22 shots.

Graham Safford netted all three goals for the 1-0-1 Broncos. Cameron Libbey grabbed two assists while James Alley had one. Logan Poirier stopped 14 of 21 shots.

    Katahdin 6, Easton 4

At Easton, Kolby Gallagher and Micky Savage both scored two goals as Katahdin of Stacyville defeated Easton.

Megan Merry and Forest Heath also scored for the 1-1 Cougars. Gallagher also had an assist. Jesse McNally saved 12 of 26 shots.

Reid Clark and Holden Turner each recorded two goals for the 2-6 Bears. Cody Tompkins stopped 10 of 20 shots.

    Woodland 3, East Grand 0

At Woodland, Jordan Denley scored two goals as Woodland shut out East Grand of Danforth.

Damon Lincoln notched a goal and an assist for the 1-0 Dragons. Jake Hoops chipped in with an assist. Ryan Lincoln and Noah Lewey combined for four saves on five shots.

Alex Brittain made eight saves on 12 shots for the 0-1 Vikings.

    Greenville 8, Islesboro 2

At Greenville, Tony DiAngelo collected four goals and an assist to spark Greenville by Islesboro.

Tristan Richards posted two goals and two assists for the 1-0-1 Lakers. Cody Watson and Dylan Bouchard each added a goal. Cory Henderson stopped six of 16 shots.

D.J. Johnson netted both goals for 0-1 Islesboro. Blaise Jenner made 12 saves on 40 shots.

    Bangor 2, Messalonskee 1

At Oakland, Luke Hettermann scored the winning goal in the 61st minute on an assist from Adam King as Bangor topped Messalonskee.

Phil Frost scored in the first half for 2-0 Bangor on a pass from Hettermann. Jesse Perkins stopped six of seven shots.

Chris Hall netted an unassisted goal in the 64th minute for 1-1 Messalonskee. Andrew Wilson made eight saves on 20 shots.

JV: Bangor 3-1

    Madawaska 2, Caribou 1

At Madawaska, Ian Lee netted the winning goal with 23 minutes left in the game on an assist from Jon Lee to lift Madawaska by Caribou.

DeeJay Gendreau scored an unassisted goal early in the second half for the 5-2 Owls. Kyle Blanchette blocked three of six shots.

Dean Walker scored an unassisted goal for 1-2-2 Caribou with five minutes left in the game. Garrett Jordan made 13 saves on 15 shots.

   

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