Van Buren girls soccer team upsets Washburn

Referee Tom Towle has many fans looking over his shoulder as Van Buren's Natasha Bourgion (left) and Washburn's Mackenzie Worcester go shoulder to shoulder in the first half of a Class D semifinal Friday in Washburn. Van Buren won 2-1 in overtime.
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Referee Tom Towle has many fans looking over his shoulder as Van Buren's Natasha Bourgion (left) and Washburn's Mackenzie Worcester go shoulder to shoulder in the first half of a Class D semifinal Friday in Washburn. Van Buren won 2-1 in overtime.
Posted Oct. 29, 2011, at 12:12 a.m.

VAN BUREN — The fifth-seeded Van Buren Crusaders upset the No. 1 Washburn Beavers 2-1 when Haley Lizotte converted off an indirect kick with less than five minutes remaining in an Eastern Maine Class D girls soccer quarterfinal Friday.

Felisha Bouchard scored a first-half goal for Van Buren as Parise Rossignol played the ball into the box on a throw-in and Bouchard buried it into the back of the net.

Mackenzie Worcester tied the game at 1-1 for Washburn with 9:00 left in the game. She picked up a deflected shot, split two defenders and blasted a shot into the left side of the goal.

Minutes later officials called obstruction on Washburn and granted the Crusaders a indirect kick from 18 yards out.

Brittany Duprey touched the ball and pushed it to Lizotte, who netted her shot.

Ashley Wilson made 14 saves on 20 shots for 11-5 Van Buren. Rayah Saucier faced two shots and didn’t have any saves for the 14-1-1 Beavers.

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