Orono, Penquis boys to battle in semifinal

Posted Oct. 29, 2010, at 12:17 a.m.
Last modified Oct. 29, 2010, at 12:51 a.m.
Madawaska's Gregoire faucher, foreground, and Orono's Alexander Introne collide as they attempt to control the ball during first-half action in a Class C quarterfinal on Thursday, October 28, 2010 in Orono. Orono won 2-1. (Bangor Daily News/Kevin Bennett)
Madawaska's Gregoire faucher, foreground, and Orono's Alexander Introne collide as they attempt to control the ball during first-half action in a Class C quarterfinal on Thursday, October 28, 2010 in Orono. Orono won 2-1. (Bangor Daily News/Kevin Bennett)
Orono's Daniel Perry, left, and Madawaska's Devin Pelletier and Madawaska goal keeper Kyle Blanchette collide during second-half action in a Class C quarterfinal Thursday, October 28, 2010 at Orono. Orono won 2-1. (BDN Photo by Kevin Bennett)
Orono's Daniel Perry, left, and Madawaska's Devin Pelletier and Madawaska goal keeper Kyle Blanchette collide during second-half action in a Class C quarterfinal Thursday, October 28, 2010 at Orono. Orono won 2-1. (BDN Photo by Kevin Bennett)

MILO — The No. 3 Penquis Patriots scored four first-half goals to beat the No. 6 Calais Blue Devils 4-0 and advance to the semifinal round of the Eastern Maine Class C boys soccer playoffs Thursday.

The Patriots will take on the No. 2 Orono Red Riots Saturday.

Jerell Arefein, Gage McLaughlin, Chris Brackett and Bryan Russell each scored a goal for 7-7-1 Penquis while Cevonte Johnson, Lucas Grinell and Anthony Murano each recorded an assist. Trevor Lyford made six saves on 14 shots.

For 9-5-1 Calais, Joe Mitchell scored off an Adam Geel assist and Tyler Morrison made 17 saves on 39 shots.

Orono 2, Madawaska 1

At the University of Maine, Orono, No. 2 Orono scored two goals in the first three minutes and held on to defeat No. 7 Madawaska in Class C.

Dan Perry scored on a cross from Miguel Caballero 1:38 into the first half for 13-1-1 Orono. Matt Cloutier made it 2-0 with an assist from Miguel Caballero 3:04 in the first. Alex Caballero saved 11 of 14 shots.

Ian Lee scored off a Deejay Gendreau assist with 22:57 left in the second half to bring 9-6 Madawaska within a goal. Tim Deschenes and Kyle Blanchette combined to stop 12 of 14 shots.

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