Sept. 9, 2010, Field hockey scores, highlights

Posted Sept. 09, 2010, at 11:36 p.m.
Last modified Sept. 14, 2010, at 1:06 p.m.

THURSDAY’S RESULTS

Camden Hills 6, Erskine 0

Gardiner 4, MCI 0

Hampden 5, Oak Hill 1

Old Town 1, Piscataquis 0

Orono 4, Central 0

    Old Town 1, Piscataquis 0

At Guilford, Kayla Dupont scored an unassisted goal with 27:08 left in the first half as Old Town shut out Piscataquis.

Erica Ogden saved all seven shots for the 1-2 Coyotes.

Brianna Tweedie made six saves off seven shots for 0-3 Piscataquis.

    Camden Hills 6, Erskine 0

At Rockport, Taylor Porter recorded a hat trick in leading Camden Hills to victory over Erskine Academy of South China.

Charlotte LeMar had a goal and two assists for the 3-0 Windjammers. Alice Flint and Maci Heal also scored. Sarah Nason earned her second shutout by stopping all four shots.

Tabatha Plourde turned away 24 of 30 shots for 0-3 Erskine.

JV: Camden Hills 1-0

    Gardiner 4, MCI 0

At Pittsfield, Becca Paradee netted two goals as Gardiner shut out Maine Central Institute.

Jillian Philbrook and Carly Pelletier scored for the 2-0 Tigers. Jenna Moore and Philbrook each provided an assist. Alley Beaulieu made one save.

Sarah Bennett turned away six shots for 1-2 MCI.

    Orono 4, Central 0

At Orono, Jill Tuell had a goal and two assists and Virginia Lopez-Anido one goal and one assist to lead Orono past Central of Corinth.

Audrey Landis and Bridget Vinal added goals for the 1-1 Red Riots. Mandy Spencer saved all 11 shots.

Alix Rudzinksi had 11 saves on 15 shots for 2-2 Central.

    Hampden 5, Oak Hill 1

At Hampden, Danielle Lumino scored a goal and  notched an assist while Olivia Plaisted recorded four goals to lead the Broncos to their first win of the season.

Hillary Seekins, Laura Sargent, Sheyla White and Megan Galley each chipped in with a goal for the 1-2 Broncos and Maggie Ross made one save on two shots.

The game was ended with 10 minutes remaining due to lightning.

For 0-3 Oak Hill of Sabattus, Becca Tucci scored a goal and Sara Lacroix made 19 saves on 28 shots.

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