VAN BUREN – Megan LaJoie scored an unassisted goal 3:11 into the second half and assisted on another by Taylor Parent earlier in the period to lift the Van Buren Crusaders to a 2-0 high school girls soccer win over the Washburn Beavers Friday.
Trisha Gagnon and Jennifer Ouellette combined to block all nine shots they faced for 12-2 Van Buren.
Rachel Palmer made eight saves on 10 shots for the 11-3 Beavers.
Ashland 0, Wisdom 0 (2OT)
At Ashland, Kayla Daigle made 20 saves on 26 shots to help Wisdom of St. Agatha earn a road draw.
Taylor Baker had three saves on four shots for Ashland, which concluded the regular season with a 5-7-2 record.
Wisdom wound up 4-9-1.
Fort Fairfield 3, LCS/MSSM 1
At Limestone, Kerri Cunningham scored all three goals to give Fort Fairfield the win.
Kellie Osgood stopped 17 of 19 shots for 7-7 Fort Fairfield.
Kellie Peers scored with 4:05 left in the first half for 5-9 Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics. Melanie Allen turned away 16 of 20 shots.
Fort Kent 5, Houlton 0
At Fort Kent, Brittany Theriault scored twice to lead Fort Kent to victory.
Nicole Chasse scored a goal and provided two assists for the Warriors. Vanessa Pelletier and Kasey Pelletier added goals as Jamie Pelletier had an assist. Kelsie Bouchard made 10 saves on 14 shots.
Beth Targonski stopped 10 of 19 shots for Houlton.
Madawaska 2, Caribou 1
At Caribou, Ashley A. Cyr and Susan Lavertu scored unassisted first-half goals to push Madawaska past Caribou.
Stephanie Nadeau blocked seven of 11 shots for the 10-3-1 Owls.
Abby Small scored a second-half goal for the 2-11-1 Vikings. Brittany Doak made seven saves on 14 shots.
JV: Caribou 2-0
So. Aroostook 3, Hodgdon 1
At Dyer Brook, Brittany Charette scored a goal and assisted another to push Southern Aroostook past Hodgdon.
Kaylea Collier and Liz Goodall scored for the 12-2 Warriors. Erin Caswell and Emily Cummings combined to stop 11 of 15 shots.
Jayme Bither scored an unassisted goal in the second half for the 7-7 Hawks. Heather London made nine saves on 23 shots.
Narraguagus 3, DI-Stonington 2
At Harrington, Megan Nevells netted two goals to lead Narraguagus past Deer Isle-Stonington.
Kimberly Greene added a goal for the Knights and Samantha Baker had five saves on nine shots.
Megahan Robinson scored both goals for the Mariners. Anika Powers saved 14 of 28 shots.
Shead 3, Calvary Chapel 1
At Eastport, Patricia Candelmo scored three first half goals to lead Shead past Calvary Chapel of Orrington.
Whitney Remington and Whitney Vinson each had two assists for the 6-7-1 Tigerettes. Dorothy Pottle had seven saves on nine shots.
Faith Thomas scored unassisted for the 8-5-1 Sabers. Hannah Lacadie stopped 11 out of 17 shots.
Bucksport 3, Searsport 0
At Bucksport, Lindsey Gordon had two goals and Terren Hall a goal and assist as Bucksport shut out Searsport.
Katie Hurd had three saves on five shots for the 11-1-2 Golden Bucks.
Meagen Higgins and Amanda Cheany stopped 11 out of 23 shots for the 6-8 Vikings.
Ellsworth 7, MDI 0
At Bar Harbor, Maggie Harding scored two goals to lead Ellsworth to the win.
Kelsey Crawley scored a goal and assisted another for the 12-1-1 Eagles. Casey Wymann, Emily Lions, Zelli Werner, and Nicole Hamrick scored. Catie Cravens stopped four of nine shots.
Bridgette Pratt made 17 saves on 20 shots for 1-13 Mount Desert Island.
JV: Ellsworth 4-0
Central 1, Piscataquis 0
At Corinth, Molly Chretien scored on a Randi McHugh assist with 30:29 left in the second half to push Central past Piscataquis of Guilford.
Jessica Daniel stopped nine of 10 shots for 3-11 Central.
Jill Martell made 13 saves on 16 shots for 7-3-4 Piscataquis.
Woodland 5, East Grand 0
At Woodland, Chad James scored four first-half goals to lead Woodland past East Grand.
Jeremy Burke had a goal and two assists for the 8-4-1 Dragons. Scott Boomer assisted on four goals and Cody Sappier added an assist. Todd Townsend blocked three of five shots.
Ricky Parks made 30 saves on 44 shots for 1-12-0 East Grand of Danforth.
Fort Kent 3, Houlton 0
At Fort Kent, Tom Caron scored on a penalty kick and recorded an assist as Fort Kent shut out Houlton.
Drew Blaer and Corey Voisine added a goal apiece for the 7-5-2 Warriors. Matt Harvey had six saves on 14 shots.
Ian Thompson stopped 14 out of 30 shots for 6-8 Houlton.
Van Buren 3, Washburn 1
At Van Buren, Ben Doucette netted two goals to lead Van Buren past Washburn.
Chris Caron had a goal and assist for the 12-0-2 Crusaders while Craig St. Pierre and Alex Martin added assists. Andrew Taylor had four saves on six shots.
Ciao Holland scored for 7-5-2 Washburn, with Troy Wilcox assisting. Steve Pesut had 14 saves on 20 shots.
Ashland 4, Wisdom 0
At Ashland, Tyler Cote, Isaac Ward, Carl Nemer, and Casey Cobb scored to lead Ashland to the win.
Jeremy Tarr, Jesse Martin, and Michael Condon provided assists. Kevin Baker and Nick Gimbel combined to make four saves on six shots.
Curtis Collin blocked 18 of 41 shots for 0-14 Wisdom of Saint Agatha.
So. Aroostook 3, Hodgdon 1
At Dyer Brook, Jeremy Boutilier posted a goal and an assist to lead the Warriors past the Hawks.
Jesse Small and Mike Casey had the other goals for 9-5 Southern Aroostook, and Tyler Robinson also had an assist. Dylan Boulier made one save on two shots.
Wade Estabrook tallied for the 2-12 Hawks with an assist from Seth Dorr. Jamie Ryan made 33 saves on 37 shots.
MDI 3, Hermon 0
At Bar Harbor, Ben Young scored all three goals to lead Mount Desert Island to victory.
Nat Paine and Abe Gladstone provided assists for the 8-5-1 Trojans. John Joseph blocked three of five shots.
Josh Blaine and Cory Johnson combined to stop seven of 13 shots for 2-11-1 Hermon.
Georges Valley 2, Wiscasset 0
At Wiscasset, Elisha Sprague scored two second-half goals to lead Georges Valley past Wiscasset.
Angel Ricalde provided both assists for the Buccaneers of Thomaston. Larry Platt stopped five of 10 shots.
Zach Hartman made five saves on 21 shots for Wiscasset.
DI-S 12, Jonesport-Beals 0
At Deer Isle, Bryant Ciomei scored five times to lead Deer Isle-Stonington to victory.
Max Becton had a hat trick with three goals for the 9-2-3 Mariners. Jon Eaton, Shane Eaton, and Parker McDonald each had a goal and an assist. Eben Powers scored and Rob Brown provided three assists. Brown and Jake Adams combined to block all eight shots.
Sid Look made 25 saves on 37 shots for 1-12-1 Jonesport-Beals.
Calais 1, Shead 1 (2OT)
At Eastport, Corey Johnston scored on a direct kick in the first half as Calais and Shead played to a double-overtime tie.
Scott Geel had nine saves on 12 shots for the 13-0-1 Blue Devils.
Aaron Sullivan notched a first-half tally for the 7-4-3 Tigers. Craig Hastings saved 10 of 14 shots.
MCI 2, Medomak Valley 1
At Waldoboro, Kyle Liimatainen and Brandon Glencross scored first-half goals to lift Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield over Medomak Valley.
Benson Bonsu made five saves on 14 shots for 6-5-3 MCI.
Jeremy Peterson scored a second-half goal for the 6-7-1 Panthers. Miles Felch turned away eight of 13 shots.
Schenck 3, Bangor Christian 0
At East Millinocket, Kerry Thompson scored twice to lead Schenck to victory.
Aaron Hutchins added a goal for the 8-5-1 Wolverines. Trevor Violette, Tyrel Davis, and Coty Powers provided assists. Lanny Thompson stopped 13 of 14 shots.
Sam McLeod made eight saves on 17 shots for 7-6-1 Bangor Christian.
Greenville 1, Rangeley 0
At Greenville, Corey Woodbury scored off of a Kyle Whitman assist with 24:48 left in the second half to give Greenville the win.
Tim Post blocked 12 of 31 shots for Greenville.
Kent Madeira made nine saves on 32 shots for Rangeley.
Penobscot Valley 4, Penquis 2
At Howland, Ryan Ware scored two goals and assisted another to lead Penobscot Valley to victory in its final regular-season game.
Cory Soucy and Charlie Gardner added goals for the 8-3-3 Howlers. Brian Harris and Chad Trapier combined to stop seven of 12 shots.
Jesse McLaughlin and Nathan Allen scored unassisted second-half goals for 0-14 Penquis of Milo. Brian Zwicker made seven saves on 20 shots.
Piscataquis 1, Central 0
At Guilford, Jarrod Robinson scored an unassisted goal with 20:05 left in regulation to give Piscataquis a win in its final regular-season game.
Ryan Martell stopped three of eight shots for the 9-4-1 Pirates.
Charles Haney blocked two of five shots for 6-4-4 Central of Corinth.