GARDINER – Goalie Sara Lowe shut out the No. 12 Gardiner Tigers to give the No. 13 Nokomis Warriors a 2-0 schoolgirl soccer victory in opening-round Class A playoff action Saturday.
Sara Lowe earned the shutout as the No. 13 Warriors of Newport tipped the No. 12 Tigers.
Danielle Clark and Lindsey Welch scored goals for 7-7-1 Nokomis of Newport. Kristina Gonzales had an assist.
Katie Brawn played in goal for Gardiner, now 5-9-1.
Presque Isle 4, Brewer 1
At Presque Isle, Jackie Pitcairn had a goal and an assist and Sarah Belden recorded two assists as the Wildcats topped the Witches.
Whitney Sirois, Jesse Miller and Kristi Doyoen scored for No. 8 Presque Isle, now 8-4-3. Jessica Price made four saves on six shots, including a penalty kick.
Melissa Jacobs knocked in a goal for No. 11 Brewer. Rachel Wing had an assist and Amy Freeman stopped 20 of the 27 shots she faced for the 1-13-1 Witches.
John Bapst 2, Rockland 0
At Bangor, Christina Rich and Rebecca Stevens each notched goals to lead number nine John Bapst over number 16 Rockland.
Kim Meagher and Meghan Sekera each added assists as Alex Waring and Rebecca Stevens combined to stop one shot.
Jessica Clark made 16 saves on 28 shots for the 0-14-1 Tigers.
Hermon 1, Orono 0
At Orono, Taren Macdonald’s game-winner helped the No. 13 Hawks knock off the No. 12 Red Riots.
Tabby Stevens made 10 saves on 23 shots for Hermon, now 5-9-1.
Joelle Clingerman and Marie Lint combined to stop four of eights shots for 6-8-1 Orono.
Mount View 2, MDI 1 (4OT)
At Thorndike, Amy Schmidt scored a regulation goal and the No. 11 Mustangs beat the No. 14 Trojans 4-3 in a penalty-kick shootout to earn the win.
Schmidt, Phoebe Garfinkle, Emily Cochrane and Zahara Coddington registered goals in the shootout. Sarah Ingraham assisted on Schmidt’s goal in the first half. Danielle Mayer stopped 10 of the 15 shots she faced during play for 6-7-2 Mount View.
Lindsay Allen scored for 4-11 Mount Desert Island with one minute left in the second half. Sarah Johnson made 10 saves on 22 shots.
Camden Hills 2, MCI 1
At Camden, Nesli Orhon’s goal and assist led the No. 10 Windjammers past the No. 15 Huskies.
Megan Dailey tallied a goal for Camden Hills and Karinna Russo added an assist. Toni-Lynn Robbins made two saves on four shots.
Jessi Thompson netted a goal for MCI of Pittsfield. Jenn Cummings stopped 14 of 16 shots.
Sumner 3, WA Raiders 1
At East Sullivan, Liza Brunton scored two goals, including one on a penalty kick, as the No. 12 Tigers stopped the No. 13 Raiders of East Machias.
Jill Osier added a goal for Sumner, now 5-10. Hillary Page stopped seven of the nine shots she faced.
Andrea Govoni tallied the goal for 2-6-3 Washington Academy. Miranda Copeland stopped 23 of the 25 shots she faced.
George Stevens 6, Limestone 1
At Blue Hill, Sarah Clapp and Bethany Roberts each had two goals and an assist as No. 11 GSA soared past No. 14 Limestone.
Kerri Driscoll and Kara Horton each added a goal for 5-9-1 George Stevens. Jamie Wood and Sarah Kilch combined for four saves on five shots.
Ashley Brooker recorded a goal off an assist from Susie Johnson. Nikki Michaud stopped 14 of the 26 shots she faced for 3-11-1 Limestone.
Narraguagus 2, Central 1
At Harrington, Liz Thompson led No. 10 Narraguagus over No. 15 Central with a goal and an assist.
Linny Barbee added a goal for the 6-6-1 Knights. Sarah Snider stopped seven of eight shots.
Jessica Dunning netted a goal while Jen Allen made 23 saves on 35 shots for the 0-15 Red Devils of Corinth.
Ashland 2, DI-Stonington 0
At Ashland, Amanda Martin’s goal and assist aided the No. 11 Hornets in a win over the No. 14 Mariners.
Mariechen Cyr notched a goal for 6-7-2 Ashland while Serena Collins added an assist. Kim Oakes made seven saves on 18 shots and turned away a penalty shot in the first half.
Roz Santospago stopped 18 of 21 shots for 4-11 Deer Isle-Stonington.
Lawrence 3, Nokomis 2 (PKs)
At Newport, Chris Warren scored what proved to be the game-winner during the first series of penalty kicks and freshman goalie Nate Lovitz sewed it up with a save as the No. 15 Bulldogs upset the No. 10. Warriors.
Lawrence won the shootout 5-2. Warren and Fabio Costa staked the Bulldogs to a 2-0 first-half lead. Lovitz finished with 13 saves on 30 shots for 5-9-1 Lawrence and scored a goal in the shootout.
Nokomis’ Shawn Henderson converted a Ryan McLellan pass and then Derrick Graves scored with 11 minutes left in regulation to force the overtime. Tyler Peters stopped 10 of 15 shots for 6-7-1 Nokomis.
Caribou 7, Medomak Valley 1
At Caribou, Jon Chasse and Tristan Noyes netted two goals apiece as the No. 8 Vikings rolled over the No. 17 Panthers of Waldoboro.
Matt Holabird, Jerry Shanahan and Jake Bouchard each added a goal for Caribou, now 8-7. Mike Michaud had five saves on eight shots.
James Havener scored for 2-13 Medomak Valley. Dusty Starr made 11 saves on 31 shots.
MDI 1, Bucksport 0 (2OT)
At Mount Desert, Jason Chapman hit a direct kick from about 30 yards out with four minutes left in the second overtime to lift the No. 8 Trojans past the No. 17 Golden Bucks.
Nate Montminy made four saves on six shots for 8-5-2 Mount Desert Island.
Cory Guilford stopped 12 of the 26 shots he faced for 0-11-4 Bucksport.
Orono 4, Old Town 1
At Orono, Alyosha Klose recorded two goals and an assist as the No. 9 Red Riots rolled.
Daryl Watson and Jake Hedstrom scored for Orono, now 6-8-1. Miles Kirby had two assists and Mark Mehuren made eight saves on nine shots.
Ryan Bernard netted the lone goal for the 3-12 No. 16 Indians. John Graves stopped 22 of the 26 shots he faced.
Erskine Academy 1, Hermon 0
At Hermon, Dan Galucki made 18 saves on 25 shots and made Trevor Smith’s early first-half goal stand up as 3-10-2 Erskine Academy of South China advanced.
Smith scored off a scramble created by a Chris Mitchell cross.
Matt Watson made nine saves on 12 shots for Hermon, which wound up 5-7-3.
Penquis 4, Schenck 1
At Milo, Ben Knapp netted three goals as the No. 12 Patriots rolled to the win.
Paul Kusnierz tallied two assists. Dustin Perkins added a goal off an assist from Colby Chase. Jason Stubbs made 10 saves on 14 shots for 7-8 Penquis.
Pat Jamo scored the lone goal for the No. 13 Wolverines of Schenck (4-8-1). Mark Rossignol stopped 18 of the 22 shots he faced.
Gene Stewart scored for 4-9-2 Narraguagus. Eric Peltier made eight saves on 27 shots.
PVHS 4, Washington Acad. 1
At East Machias, Morgan Dayon’s hat trick paced No. 16 Penobscot Valley over No. 9 Washington Academy.
Jeremy Gifford notched a goal for the Howlers as Jared Michaud and Sean Kackley added assists. Goalie Lance Pelkey made seven saves on 11 shots.
Matt Gibson knocked in a Vinny Emery pass for the Raiders’ lone goal as goalie Barret Craven made 10 saves on 15 shots.
Wisdom 3, Deer Isle-Stonington 0
At St. Agatha, Chad Gervais had a goal and an assist and Nick Sirois made six saves on eight shots as the No. 12 Pioneers advanced past the No. 13 Mariners.
Ryan Paradis and Andrew Gervais had the other goals and Jeremy Labbe notched an assist for 6-9 Wisdom.
Chris Gross stopped 12 of 17 shots for 3-10-2 Deer Isle-Stonington.
East Grand 1, So. Aroostook 0
At Danforth, Rhett Mortland’s penalty kick with 9:20 left in the game was the game-winner for the No. 11 Vikings.
Andrew Faulkner stopped all eight shots he faced for 8-6 East Grand.
Zac Philibert made 10 saves on 12 shots for the 4-10-1 No. 14 Warriors of Dyer Brook.
Shead 8, Highview Christian 0
At Eastport, Larry Bowen led No. 7 Shead over No. 18 Highview Christian with four goals and an assist.
Ben Maloney tallied two goals and two assists for the 9-4-2 Tigers as both Willie Emery and Jon Ingersoll netted a goal. Cliff Urquhart made six saves on eight shots.
Gordon Lovell stopped 15 of 28 shots for the 2-6-1 Knights of Charleston.
Greenville 2, Woodland 0
At Greenville, Tyler Muzzy stopped all seven shots he faced to earn the shutout for the No. 8 Lakers.
Jordan Belmont scored for 6-4-1 Greenville off an assist from Derek Boucher. Hans Breton added an unassisted goal.
Marlon Lutz made 29 saves on 35 shots for the No. 17 Dragons, now 3-11-1.
Fort Fairfield 3, CAHS 2 (3OT)
At Fort Fairfield, Ben Arato scored off a deflection with 2:15 left in the third overtime period as the No. 9 Tigers held off the No. 16 Warriors.
Dominiquez Jose Morales and Ryan Helstrom scored for 8-6-1 Fort Fairfield in the second half. Tyler Bernaiche and Ryan Babin combined for nine saves on 14 shots. Babin stopped a Central Aroostook penalty kick with 1:30 left in the second overtime.
Arlie Wiggins and Lance Bradstreet scored goals for the 1-13-1 Warriors of Mars Hill. Adam Crew made 17 saves on 26 shots.
Katahdin 2, Jonesport-Beals 0
At Sherman Station, Blaine King knocked in two goals to power the No. 10 Cougars past the No. 15 Royals.
Jerick Hansen and Carson Kelley each assisted on a King goal. Chris McNally made two saves on 10 shots for 7-6-1 Katahdin.
Abraham Beal stopped 15 of the 32 shots he faced for 2-9-4 Jonesport-Beals.