BUCKSPORT – Cassie Gourley’s game winner with just 1:08 left in regulation boosted the Bucksport girls soccer team to a Heal point-worthy 1-0 victory over George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill Saturday in high school action.
Katie Hurd picked up her ninth shutout of the season for the 9-1-12 Golden Bucks. She stopped five of 11 shots, including a George Stevens penalty kick. Another GSA penalty kick went wide of the goal.
Kayla Eaton made four saves on seven shots for the 9-2-2 Eagles.
JV: MDI 1, George Stevens 0
Greenville 3, Vinalhaven 1
At Greenville, Hannah Breton, McKenna Peat and Brittany Boucher each scored a goal to lift the Lakers.
Addie Pelletier and Breton each recorded an assist for Greenville. Lauren Fling made three saves on 11 shots for the 9-2 Lakers.
Kate Hamilton netted a goal for Vinalhaven off a pass from Chelsea Guptill. Dana-Marie Wentworth made 17 saves on 34 shots for the 4-8 Vikings.
Winslow 3, Medomak Valley 0
At Winslow, Brynne Davis stopped seven of 11 shots as the Black Raiders shut out the Panthers.
Winslow’s Liz Cheesman scored twice and Jordyn Mallett added a goal. Jill Smith and Katie Caron each had an assist.
Rachel Keefe and Alison Cornforth combined for nine saves on 15 shots.
Bangor Christian 5, Searsport 1
At Searsport, Morgan Chasse netted four goals as the undefeated Patriots cruised.
Katherine Bragg added a goal for 12-0 Bangor Christian. Chelsey Brasslet, Kelly Robinson and Christin Pelletier each chipped in with an assist and Moriah Bach made 17 saves on 19 shots.
Brittani Frisbie scored for the 5-7 Vikings and Amanda Cheney stopped 15 of 27 shots.
Madawaska 3, Calais 0
At Calais, Susan Lavertu scored twice as the Owls topped the Blue Devils.
Ashley D. Cyr added a goal for 8-3-1 Madawaska. Stephanie Nadeau stopped all eight shots.
Stephanie Perry made 10 saves on 16 shots for 8-4-1 Calais.
Presque Isle 6, MDI 2
At Bar Harbor, Sarah Porter scored two goals and assisted two others to push Presque Isle past Mount Desert Island.
Angela Norsworthy scored twice for the 11-1 Wildcats as Sarah Gonisioroski and Kayla Legassie added goals. Molly Hamel stopped three of nine shots.
Ashley Young and Danielle Hutchins scored for the 1-10 Trojans. Bridgette Pratt made 10 saves on 18 shots.
John Bapst 4, Caribou 0
At Bangor, Whitney Sinclair netted three goals to lead John Bapst to the win.
Kristen Willard added a goal while Torri Gibson tallied an assist. Caroline Cassling and Sam Maquillan combined to make three saves on four shots for the 5-5-1 Crusaders.
Brittany Doak made 11 saves on 19 shots for 2-9-1 Caribou.
Monmouth 1, Carrabec 0
At Monmouth, Jenn Lola’s score with around three minutes left in the first half propelled the Mustangs past the Cobras of North Anson.
Lola scored on a breakaway down the middle off a through ball from Katie Woodman. Brittany Rac made six saves on nine shots for 8-3-1 Monmouth.
Ashley Zikorus stopped 11 of 25 shots for 1-10-1 Carrabec.
Bangor 0, Hampden 0 (2OT)
At Hampden, the Rams and the Broncos failed to score through regulation and two overtimes, putting a halt to Bangor’s perfect record.
Tawnya Godinez blocked three of seven shots for 12-0-1 Bangor.
Michelle Wells turned away four of nine shots for 7-5-1 Hampden.
JV: Bangor 5-0
Fort Kent 4, Penquis 1
At Milo, Nicole Chasse scored two goals and assisted another as the Warriors picked up the victory.
Kacey Pelletier had a goal and an assist for 9-3-1 Fort Kent and Marissa Albert added a goal. Kelsie Bouchard blocked six of seven shots.
Shelisha Clark scored on a direct kick in the first half for the 0-12 Patriots. Erica Lyford made 25 saves on 31 shots.
Vinalhaven 3, Greenville 2
At Greenville, Oakley Jackson scored two goals in the second half to lead Vinalhaven by Greenville.
Willie Drury added a second half goal while Andrew Guptil and Sam Cose each grabbed an assist. Nathan Hopkins made 15 saves on 31 shots for the 6-4 Vikings.
Ritchie Chilson and T.J. St. Louis each scored a goal for Greenville. Corey Woodbury recorded two assists. Tim Post made 19 saves on 41 shots for the 4-6 Lakers.
Dexter 2, DI-Stonington 2 (2OT)
At Deer Isle, Jake Adams netted the second goal for Deer Isle-Stonington 10 minutes into the second half as the Mariners battled to a 2-2 tie with Dexter through two overtimes.
Bryant Ciomei started scoring with a goal in the first half on a pass from Shane Eaton. Chris Eastman stopped 13 of 15 shots for the 6-2-3 Mariners.
Ethan Woodman and Dan Beatham each scored a first-half goal while Aaron Woodman grabbed an assist for Dexter. Rob Brown made 18 saves on 20 shots for the 8-2-2 Tigers.
Bangor Christian 6, Searsport 3
At Searsport, Brett Bradford and Wontaek Oh each scored two goals to lead Bangor Christian by Searsport.
Phil Dougherty and Brandon Wilcox each added a goal. Sam McCloud made 10 saves on 16 shots for the 6-5-1 Patriots.
Evan Kingsbury, Chris Gillo and Eddy Benner each netted a goal for Searsport. Daniel Peach stopped 13 of 18 shots for the 1-11 Vikings.
Lee 4, Washington Academy 2
At Lee, the Pandas rolled out to a 3-0 halftime lead and held off the Raiders of East Machias.
Peter Pickering paced 7-4-2 Lee with two goals. Corey Coulombe and Eric Jang each added a goal while Branden Crocker and Tom Bird had an assist apiece. Jon Connick stopped 17 of 20 shots.
Milos Gautier and Trevor Jessiman each had a goal for 9-4 WA. Julian Washington added an assist and Josiah Jackson made 14 saves on 20 shots.
JV: Washington Academy 2-0
Presque Isle 1, MDI 0
At Mount Desert, Luke Ireland scored the game-winning goal with 1:09 remaining in the game to lead Presque Isle by Mount Desert Island.
Adam Kingsbury made two saves on five shots for the 10-1-1 Wildcats.
John Joseph made 12 saves on 16 shots for the 7-5-0 Trojans.
John Bapst 3, Caribou 1
At Bangor, Nick Hubbard had a goal and an assist to lead John Bapst to victory.
Ian Bamford and Jordan Myers scored for the 10-2 Crusaders. Petter Lundquist provided an assist as Jeff Sanford blocked seven of 13 shots.
Kyle Corrigan scored a first-half goal for 7-4 Caribou. Chad McCarthy turned away 12 of 29 shots.
Hampden 5, Nokomis 0
At Hampden, Alisa Hamilton scored two unassisted goals to secure the Broncos’ victory over the Warriors.
Sarah Pond, Tina Lumino, and Mindy Grover scored goals as well for the 7-2 Broncos. Nellie Woods provided an assist and Katie Hessert had four saves on four shots.
Beth Flanders blocked 13 of 18 shots for the 4-8-1 Warriors.
JV: Nokomis 1-0
Foxcroft Acad. 6, Old Town 2
At Foxcroft, Kelsey Boss netted a pair of goals in each half to lead Foxcroft Academy by Old Town.
Danika Brown and Jennifer Gagnon each added a goal while Amy Molinaro and Gagnon each grabbed three assists. Renee Maheu stopped nine of 11 shots for the 8-4-1 Ponies.
Cally Randall and Jenna King each scored a goal for Old Town. Heather Nile made eight saves on 20 shots for the 2-10-1 Coyotes.
JV: Foxcroft 7-0