August 23, 2019

Brooks helps lift Warriors past Indians

NEWPORT – Jeremy Brooks scored two goals to help the Nokomis Warriors cruise past the Old Town Indians 6-1 in schoolboy soccer action Tuesday.

Adam Page added a goal and an assist for the winners, now 2-1. Jason Hopkins, Lucas Temple, and Josh Addington each chipped in with a goal. Jonathan Parker had five saves on eight shots.

For Old Town, 0-3, Andy Sibley scored off a Matt Duque assist. Josh Mitchell and Dan Hardesty combined to make 14 saves on 41 shots.

Schenck 3, Lee 2

At East Millinocket, Schenck’s Erik Giberson scored the game-winning goal with 6:12 left in the first half on a penalty kick.

For 2-1 Schenck, Greg Currier and Thomas Jamo each scored unassisted goals. Darren Stanley made 14 saves on 20 shots.

Thomas Cormier scored two goals and George Bunker added an assist for the Lee Pandas. Jon Cole saved 21 of 35 shots.

Searsport 4, DI-Stonington 1

At Deer Isle, Justin O’Donnell recorded a hat trick while leading Searsport to its first victory.

Ryan Deredin had a goal and two assists for 1-3 Searsport, while James Goodwin added an assist. Sione Taungatua made 11 saves on 18 shots.

Jeremy Risi scored off a Joey Cobb assist for 1-4 Deer Isle-Stonington. Matt Coombs had 15 saves on 20 shots.

Sumner 5, Bucksport 2

At East Sullivan, Erik Ford had a hat trick to pace the host Sumner Tigers to the win.

Jesse Grosjean had a goal and two assists to pace 2-2 Sumner. Travis Mercier scored a goal. Michael Bills and Aaron Scott combined for eight saves on 10 shots.

For 0-4-1 Bucksport, Rick Gray scored on a Casey McGuire assist and Ken Morrison scored on Jeff LaChance’s assist. David Winchester made 10 saves on 24 shots.

Ellsworth 2, GSA 0

At Blue Hill, Andy Higgins netted a pair of goals, sparking unbeaten Ellsworth to victory.

Matt Smart and Darby Higgins assisted on the goals for the 4-0-1 Eagles. Mark Hellum and Matt MacDonald combined to make eight saves on 12 shots.

For host George Stevens, James Inglis and Chris Pickering teamed up to stop 18 of 24 shots.

Brewer 1, Hampden 0 (OT)

At Hampden, junior James Clark trapped a low Hampden goal kick 25 yards from the goal and curled an 18-yard shot past the goalkeeper with 1:25 left in the first overtime as Brewer remained undefeated.

Jon Thomas made 16 saves on 24 shots for the 3-0-1 Witches.

Aaron Peppard made six stops on eight shots for 1-3-1 Hampden.

MDI 2, Bangor 0

At Mount Desert, Alfred Doyle posted the shutout with seven saves on 10 shots as the host Trojans pushed their record to 4-1.

Mark Ingrisano had an unassisted goal for Mount Desert Island, while Geoff Slack scored off a Garric Worcester assist.

Tim Wright made seven saves on 15 shots for 0-2-3.

Bangor won the JV game 3-1.

Girls soccer

Central 2, Penobscot Valley 0

At East Corinth, Jen Bailey scored two second-half goals, both on assists from Stephanie Jackson, to lead the Red Devils to victory.

Goalie Kristi Clement made five saves on seven shots for the 1-2 winners.

For 1-3 PVHS of Howland, goalie Julie Delaite made five saves on 14 shots.

Ellsworth 4, John Bapst 2

At Eastern Maine Technical College in Bangor, Nicole Shedeck broke a 2-2 tie 2:17 into the second half and Shannon Hamilton added an insurance goal from the penalty spot 6:40 later to lead Ellsworth to its first win after three losses.

John Bapst is now 0-2-2.

Kim Beckman and Rebecca Stanley (penalty kick) had the other goals for Ellsworth. Samantha Shedeck and Nicole Auld had assists and goalie Lisa Billings made six saves on 15 shots.

Becky Goggins scored both John Bapst goals with Elisa Stephens and Ashley LeBlanc notching assists. JB goalies Pam Foster and Kasia Moffett combined for 15 saves on 23 shots.

Camden-Rockport 6, Belfast 0

At Belfast, Kristin Peasley scored three goals to lead the visiting Windjammers to the win.

Nellie Peck, Abbie Leonard and Stacey Brown tallied the other goals for the winners, while Michelle Gross handed out two assists. Darrah Roberts made seven saves on seven shots.

Bridget Maguire had 18 saves on 24 shots for 0-4 Belfast.

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