August 18, 2019
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Ponies triumph on Sharrow goal

MILLINOCKET – Sabrina Sharrow converted a Mariah Arno assist 3:42 into overtime to give Foxcroft Academy a 2-1 field hockey win over Stearns Tuesday.

Foxcroft is now 6-1 while Stearns fell to 3-3.

Kelsey Boss scored the other FA goal in the first half off an Arno assist.

Cassie Curtis made one save.

Becca Leavitt equalized in the second half for Stearns and Kirsten Marter made two saves.

JV: Stearns 3-0

John Bapst 1, Hermon 0 (OT)

At Hermon, Marianne Ferguson scored off a Shannon O’Connor assist with less than four minutes remaining in overtime to lead John Bapst of Bangor past Hermon.

Megan Smith stopped 10 of 15 shots for 2-4-1 John Bapst.

Jamie Roy turned away eight of 11 shots for 3-4 Hermon.

JV: 0-0

Dexter 2, Orono 0

At Orono, Jess Mason scored a pair of second-half goals two minutes apart to snap a scoreless tie.

Sam Conway made three saves on five shots for 6-0 Dexter while 3-4 Orono’s Amber Saucier made eight saves on 13 shots.

Orono is now 3-4.

JV: Dexter 2-0

Brunswick 2, Brewer 1

At Brewer, Olivia Tetu scored off a Kyia Jensen assist in the first half as Brunswick beat Brewer.

Erica Paulette added a second-half goal off a Cecilia Kjellman assist for 4-4 Brunswick. Heather Durkee made six saves on seven shots.

Delaney Turner scored in the second half to bring 3-4 Brewer within a goal. Angela Patterson stopped 12 of 14 shots.

JV: Brewer 1-0

Girls soccer

Old Town 3, Central 1

At Corinth, Katie Deshane, Meagan Cousins and Kari Reeves scored goals to lead Old Town past Central.

Katie Libby and Hannah Barry provided assists for Old Town. Annie Cashon saved six of 20 shots.

Kelsi McHugh scored a first-half goal for Central. Shari Shina turned away seven of 16 shots.

Searsport 5, Piscataquis 1

At Guilford, five players scored goals to lead Searsport to victory over Piscataquis.

Brooke Lindelof, Sara Bradshaw, Olivia Quigley, Tianna Faunce and Kali Berenyi scored for 6-1-1 Searsport. Shannon Higgins and Paige Bradshaw combined to stop five of six shot.

Connie Glynn scored in the first half for 1-5-1 Piscataquis. Julia Schaffer made seven saves on 14 shots.

JV: Searsport 1-0

Foxcroft 6, Dexter 0

At Dover-Foxcroft, Ali Adkins scored two goals and assisted another as Foxcroft Academy defeated Dexter.

Shee-Ann Sergeant also had two goals for the 3-3 Ponies. Lauren Kousaie and Megan Taylor each had a goal and an assist. Paige Hobbs provided an assist as Sarah Whittemore stopped four of 13 shots.

Maicee Gustin turned away nine of 23 shtos for 3-2-1 Dexter.

Penobscot Valley 8, Schenck 1

At Howland, Katie Whitten had two goals and three assists as Penobscot Valley beat Schenck of East Millinocket.

Molly Thompson scored twice for the 3-2-1 Howlers. Meghan King had a goal and an assist. Jordan Leveille, Kirstin Batchelder and Jordan Faloon also scored. Casey McCloskey made 13 saves on 18 shots.

Sam York scored in the first half for 1-4 Schenck. Kira Burleigh rejected 22 of 31 shots.

JV: Penobscot Valley 4-1

George Stevens 6, Penquis 1

At Milo, Doran Curtin had a hat trick with three goals as George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill defeated Penquis.

Alida Peake added two goals for the Eagles. Quinn Curtin had a goal and an assist. Hannah Van de Eb blocked three of five shots.

Kayla Webb scored a first-half goal for Penquis. Erica Lyford turned away 27 of 35 shots.

Orono 4, Bangor Christian 0

At Orono, Chloe Paul had a goal and an assist as Orono improved to 2-2-2.

Alex Crocker, Rachel Balaban-Garber and Alyssa Bates scored the other goals with Riley Mahan and Meghan Curtis collecting assists. Elizabeth Fox and Ruth Mares teamed up for three saves on five shots.

Moria Bach made 26 saves on 32 shots for 3-2-1 Bangor Christian.

Mt. Blue 5, Brewer 1

At Farmington, Mariana West scored two goals as Mt. Blue defeated Brewer.

Marlie Mochamer had a goal and an assist for the 4-2 Cougars. Hannah Allen and Nara Montenegro added goals. Em Deane saved five of seven shots.

Katie McLaughlin scored on a penalty kick in the second half for 1-5 Brewer. Mel Junkins made 15 saves on 20 shots.

JV: 0-0

Hampden 3, Skowhegan 0

At Hampden, Michaela Stephenson scored a goal and assisted the other two as Hampden Academy shut out Skowhegan.

Ashley Robinson had a goal and an assist for 3-3 Hampden Academy. Katie Chambers added a goal. Julia Snyder stopped all seven shots.

Samantha Gray turned away 14 of 17 shots for 1-5 Skowhegan.

JV: Hampden 6-0

Boys soccer

Hampden 4, Skowhegan 2

At Skowhegan, Ricardo Delima scored one goal and assisted on another as Hampden defeated Skowhegan.

Grant Aylward, Abdulah Alkhagatt and Kevin Angeltinna added a goal apiece for the 3-3 Broncos. Brad Melanson saved two of four shots.

Josh Everett and Sebastian Dumont netted a goal apiece for 0-5 Skowhegan. Nick Beaulieu and Robert Adams teamed up for nine saves on 20 shots.

JV: Hampden 5-0

Calvary Chapel 3, Highview 0

At Charleston, Stephen Berenyi, Zac Austin and Clay Lawrence scored goals to lift Calvary Chapel of Orrington over Highview Christian.

Devon Warman earned the shutout for 3-3 Calvary Chapel by stopping 14 of 17 shots.

Stefan Rowe and Wesley Jones combined for 17 saves on 23 shots for 3-2 Highview Christian.

Brewer 2, Mt. Blue 2 (2OT)

At Brewer, Zac Conologue tied it at 2-2 with 32:34 left in the second half for 4-1-1 Mt. Blue of Farmington. Ben Russell scored with 3:11 remaining in the first half. Devin Zamboni turned away seven of 16 shots.

Ryan Nadeau and Evan Nadeau put 1-4-1 Brewer up by two goals in the first half. Luke Thomas assisted Ryan Nadeau’s goal. Brian Kearns saved nine of 18 shots.

JV: Brewer 3-0


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