HAMPDEN – Peter Alexander scored two goals and assisted on two others to help pace Hampden Academy past the Golden Bucks 5-1 in boys soccer action Monday.
Trevor Campbell had a goal and an assist for the Broncos. Billy Shannon and Bud Bridget each scored a goal. Kenny Mayo and Nattapong Kongsuriya combined to save five of six shots.
Teddy Cooke scored for Bucksport and Andrew Johnson saved 18 of 23 shots.
JV: Hampden 10-0
Machias 3, Shead 0
At Eastport, Austin Roberts and Chris Correll each registered a goal and an assist as the Bulldogs remained undefeated.
Zac McNally scored the other goal for 10-0 Machias behind Marcus Frutchey, who made three saves on seven shots.
Josh Francis and Anthony Lewey teamed up to make nine saves on 12 shots for 3-4-2 Shead.
Wash. Acad. 10, Narraguagus 2
At East Machias, Nenad Micic and Jared Gray each had a hat trick with three goals apiece to help lead Washington Academy to the win.
Juan Antonio netted two goals and had three assists for the Raiders. Peter Edwards and Whitney Stevens each netted a goal and Ben Veader made an assist. Jeremy Gray and Trevor Jessiman combined to make six saves on 13 shots for 7-1 Washington Academy.
Cory Worster netted both of 2-7 Narraguagus’ goals and Josh Look stopped six of 22 attempts.
Islesboro 2, Averill 1
At Islesboro, T.L. Tutor scored two goals – the second of which came with 6:44 left in the game to give the Eagles a win.
Nick Porter and Colin Schmidt each had assists for the 4-3 Eagles. Buddy Bebb saved seven of 10 shots.
Dave Arnold scored a goal for 1-7 Averill of Hinckley. Jake Russell made 12 saves on 16 shots.
Lee Academy 12, East Grand 1
At Lee, Rick Kim netted three goals to push Lee Academy to the victory.
Nate Dow, Kent Doane, Jake Kang, Everett Houghton, Andrew Stevens, Jun Jung, Blue Olszewski, T.J. Braley, and Chris King each scored a goal for the 7-4 Pandas. King and Charlie Boulrisse combined to made five saves on nine shots.
Brent Byers scored an unassisted goal for 0-8 East Grand as Ricki Parks stopped 25 of 45 shots.
Bangor Chr. 1, DI-S 1 (2OT)
At Deer Isle, Miles Douglass scored the game-tying goal on a Bryant Ciomei assist with 17:32 left in regulation for Deer Isle-Stonington.
Robby Haskell stopped eight of nine shots for the 3-4-3 Mariners.
Eric Sobey scored an unassisted goal with 33:41 left in the first for 3-7-1 Bangor Christian. Ricky Shaw made five saves on six shots for 3-7-1 Bangor Christian.
John Bapst 2, Orono 0
At Orono, Brian Roach scored on a Same Heathcote assist with 14:30 left in the first to lead John Bapst past Orono.
Nick Hubbard netted a goal off of a Sam Hill assist with 35:56 left in the game for the 6-4 Crusaders of Bangor. Rick Hathaway stopped all four shots that he faced.
Matt Lint made eight saves on 11 shots for 3-5-1 Orono.
JV: John Bapst 2-0
Belfast 0, Camden Hills 0 (2OT)
At Belfast, Morgan Kerr made nine saves on 12 shots for Camden Hills while counterpart Collin Cunning rejected three of five shots.
Belfast is now 7-3-1 while Camden Hills is 6-3-2.
JV: Camden 6-0
Rockland 1, MCI 0
At Pittsfield, Josh Lorenz scored the only goal to give the Tigers the win.
Ryan Dow made 16 saves on 19 shots for Pittsfield. Together Greg Dufley and Tristan Goewey saved five of six shots for MCI.
JV: MCI 1-0
Searsport 6, Piscataquis 0
At Guilford, Nori-Francis Metzger netted two goals and had an assist to lead Searsport to their 11th win of the year.
Therresa Cameron, Shanna Murphy, Martha Landmesser, and Kelsey Walsh all scored a goal for 11-0-1 Searsport. Mo Hall stopped all eight shots that she faced.
Alicia Nelson made 16 saves on 28 shots for 0-10-1 Piscataquis.
Hampden 2, Bucksport 1
At Bucksport, Jessie Aylward scored on a Johanna Ghiringehlli assist with 35:30 left in the game to put the Broncos on the board.
Kim Stephenson scored with an assist from Katie Lawler with 31:30 left to keep 9-2 Hampden ahead. Becca Workman stopped one of two shots that she faced.
Lindsey Gordon brought the Golden Bucks within one on a Jessie Lundquist assist with 15:47 left and Alice Andrews made four saves on eight attempts for 4-6-1 Bucksport.
John Bapst 3, Orono 2 (1OT)
At Bangor, Lily Krichels scored the game-winning with 25 seconds left to give John Bapst the win.
Krichels and Ashley Sanford both scored for John Bapst and Katie Baldus had an assist. Ashley Pearson and Taylor Greenlaw combined to make five saves on eight shots.
Lindsey Colbath scored on a Kate Kirby assist in the first half and Michaelee Westhoven had a goal in the second half for Orono. Marie Lint stopped 15 of 21 shots.
JV: John Bapst 2-1
Belfast 3, Camden 0
At Camden, first half goals eight minutes apart by Audrey Jarrett and Sam Ellis sent undefeated and untied Belfast on its way to its 11th win.
Katie Nickerson added a second-half goal off a Lindsay Bryant pass.
Belfast’s Bryna Harrington made three saves on four shots while Beth Herron stopped 11 of 14 shots for 8-3 Camden Hills.
Penquis 2, Central 1 (2OT)
At Milo, Erin Beasley pounced on an Erika Morrill free kick during a goal-mouth scramble and slotted a five-yarder into the net with 3:38 left in the second overtime to give Penquis its second overtime win over Central.
Shannon Gerrish scored the other goal for 9-1 Penquis and Nicole Nason made two saves on five shots.
Mallorie Jones scored for 6-5 Central off a Lindsay Allen pass and Nicole Daniel made 14 stops on 29 shots.
Penquis beat Central 1-0 in one overtime earlier.
Presque Isle 3, Nokomis 0
At Newport, Katie Delong, Erica Egler, and Kaylan Smith each netted a goal to push the Wildcats to their tenth win of the season.
Melissa Demerchant made four saves on eight shots for 10-0-1 Presque Isle.
Rozlyn Peterson blocked eight of 12 attempts for 3-6-1 Nokomis.
JV: Presque Isle 4-1