Girls Soccer, Sept. 10, 2010, Scores and Highlights

The Associated Press
Posted Sept. 10, 2010, at 8:06 p.m.

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Today’s Results
Bangor 3, Mt. Blue 3 (2OT)
Camden Hills 2, Gardiner 1
Greenville 5, Buckfield 1
Hampden 5, Messalonskee 2
Mattanawcook 2, Lee 0
Medomak 2, Oak Hill 1
So. Aroostook 1, Washburn 0
Woodland 6, Shead 0

    Hampden 5, Messalonskee 2
    At Oakland, junior Chelsea Kuzio scored three goals and assisted another as Hampden Academy won on the road against Messalonskee.
    Michaela Stephenson had two goals and an assist for the 2-1 Broncos. Sarah Lamberton and Lexi Larrabee both provided an assist. Julia Snyder saved nine of 11 shots.
    Sara Grenier scored both goals for the 0-3 Eagles. Shawna Oliver turned away seven of 12 shots.
   
    Camden Hills 2, Gardiner 1
    At Rockport, Melanie Vangel scored a goal in each half as Camden Hills held off Gardiner.
    Lindsay Bumbalo saved five of six shots to earn the win for the 3-0 Windjammers.
    Deanna Strong brought 0-3 Gardiner within a goal in the second half. Jenn Day stopped 10 of 12 shots.
   
    So. Aroostook 1, Washburn 0
    At Washburn, Janel Rockwell scored on a kick to the corner of the goal after a breakaway with 30 minutes remaining in regulation to lift Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook over Washburn.
    Mallary Lawlor saved seven of 20 shots for the 5-0 Warriors.
    Rayah Saucier turned away nine of 14 shots for the 7-2-1 Beavers.
   
    Woodland 6, Shead 0
    At Eastport, Molly White recorded a hat trick as Woodland topped Shead.
    Kaylin Pinney had two goals and an assist for the 2-1 Dragons. Courtney James had a goal and Shelby Lozier provided an assist. Kelsey Worden saved all 10 shots.
    Taylor Cushing made seven saves off 13 shots for 0-2 Shead.
   
    Medomak 2, Oak Hill 1
    At Waldoboro, the Panthers scored twice in the second half, snapping a 0-0 tie, then held off the Black Raiders of Sabattus.
    Alanna Vose opened the scoring for 1-1 Medomak Valley with an assist from Maria Ennamorati, followed by an Ennamorati goal with an assist by Emily Leach. Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet made 10 saves on 12 shots.
    Abby Goulet scored for Oak Hill (1-2), and Darby Beaulieu made 11 saves on 15 shots.
    JV: Oak Hill 1-0

    Mattanawcook 2, Lee 0
    At Lincoln, Tia Hardy scored off a Katie Krapf assist in the first half to lead Mattanawcook Academy past Lee Academy.
    Krapf scored an unassisted goal later in the half for the 1-1 Lynx. Taylor Blood saved nine of 10 shots.
    Felicia Thornton turned away 21 of 33 shots for the 0-2 Pandas.

    Greenville 5, Buckfield 1
    At Buckfield, five different players scored a goal to lead the Lakers by the Bucks.
    Carissa St. Louis, Miranda Drinkwater, Kaylee Warman, Haylie Genoa and Gretel Breton each scored a goal for the 1-1 winners and Sidney Richardson made one save on two shots.
    For the 0-3 Bucks, Dakota Warren scored a goal and Taylor Shepard–Smith made 10 saves on 15 shots.

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