HOWLAND – Patrick Byers’ goal with 6:05 left in the game lifted the Central Red Devils to a 2-1 schoolboy soccer victory over the Penobscot Valley Howlers Wednesday.
Jacob Speed netted a first- half goal for Central. Cole Haskell stopped 16 of 21 shots for the 4-2-2 Red Devils.
Adam Calendar scored for PVHS on a pass from Charlie Gardner. Jacob Jones made 11 saves on 16 shots for the 4-2-1 Howlers.
Caribou 3, Foxcroft Acad. 2
At Dover-Foxcroft, Chad Caverhill netted the game-winning goal with 33:21 left in the game as Caribou edged Foxcroft Academy.
Brandon Caverhill and Cameron Anderson each scored a goal for 6-2-1 Caribou. Eric Brown stopped six of eight shots for the Vikings.
Jordan Kim posted both goals for Foxcroft Academy. Alex Gray made four saves on seven shots for the 0-6-1 Ponies.
Presque Isle 2, John Bapst 0
At Bangor, Russ Mortland and Oliver Lubrick scored first-half goals as the Wildcats remained unbeaten.
Wassen Zabrick provided an assist for 7-0-1 Presque Isle. Dillon Kingsbury made seven saves on 24 shots for the winners.
Casey Hull made 11 saves on 12 shots for 3-3-1 John Bapst.
JV: Presque Isle 4-0
Old Town 3, MDI 3 (2OT)
At Old Town, Mount Desert Island tallied the game-tying goal with 20 minutes left in the game and it stayed that way through two overtimes.
Abe Gladstone tallied the tying goal for MDI midway through the second half. Ben Steel scored two goals for the 4-2-1 Trojans while Ben Cummings made nine saves on 14 shots .
Dan Zmistowski, Dan LeBreton and Taylor Ploch each scored a first-half goal for Old Town. Luke Bartlett and Chad Paradis each grabbed an assist. Alex Caballero and Lee Larry combined to make five saves on eight shots for the 5-2-1 Coyotes.
Medomak 2, MCI 1
At Pittsfield, Jack Genther and Joaquim Perez netted unassisted goals to lead the Panthers of Waldoboro past Maine Central Institute.
Caleb Thompson had five saves on eight shots for 5-2 Medomak.
Brandon Blaisdell scored for 0-4-1 MCI. Ross Hammond saved 16 of 34 shots.
JV: Medomak 5-0
Piscataquis 4, Penquis 1
At Guilford, J.C. Herrick scored two goals to help power the offense of the Piscataquis Pirates as they knocked off Penquis of Milo.
Brian Hackett had a goal and two assists for the 3-3-2 Pirates. Kyle Steeves added a goal, and Corbin Shufelt made eight saves on 11 shots.
For the 2-4-1 Patriots, Joe Leland scored the lone goal and Richie Russell made 13 saves on 20 shots.
Ellsworth 4, Bucksport 1
At Ellsworth, Andrew Austin netted a pair of goals to lead Ellsworth by Bucksport.
Matt Duhaime and Justin Harding each added a goal while Kyle Haslam, Zach Emeigh and Kaleb Danico each grabbed an assist for Ellsworth. Jordan Carter made six saves on eight shots for the 6-0-1 Eagles.
Jon Grindle scored in the first half for Bucksport. Jon Goodin stopped 12 of 24 shots for the 2-5 Golden Bucks.
JV: Ellsworth 5-0
So. Aroostook 2, Ashland 0
At Presque Isle, Patrick Goodall scored a first-half goal and assisted on David DuBois’ second-half tally as the Warriors of Dyer Brook shut out Ashland.
Dillon Boutlier had 12 saves on 19 shots for 4-5-1 Southern Aroostook.
Andrew Libby and Bobby Gardiner combined for five saves on 12 shots for 7-4 Ashland.
Caribou 8, Foxcroft Acad. 2
At Dover-Foxcroft, Jenna Selander and Abby Small scored three goals apiece to spark Caribou by Foxcroft Academy.
Kristen Espling and Lydia Kieffer each chipped in with a goal for Caribou. Brittany Doak stopped 11 of 16 shots for the Vikings.
Paige Hobbs and Shee-Ann Sergeant each scored for Foxcroft Academy. Megan Taylor grabbed two assist while Sarah Whittemore made 11 saves on 25 shots for the Ponies.
Washington Acad. 5, HVCA 4
At Charleston, Andi Flannery scored the game-winning goal with 8:14 left in the game on an assist by Irene Lewey as Washington Academy of East Machias edged Highview Christian Academy.
Jana Espling netted three goals while Lewey scored one. Jessie Hardy made five saves on nine shots for the 5-1 Raiders.
Sheila Francis and Heather Dunfee scored two goals apiece for Highview Christian. Anita Allard stopped 29 of 46 shots for the 0-2-1 Knights.
Ashland 3, SAHS 0
At Presque Isle, Taylor Baker made eight saves to record her seventh shutout of the season and help avenge last week’s loss to Southern Aroostook when the Warriors snapped Ashland’s 21-game regular season winning streak.
Brooke Labelle scored a first-half goal off an Andrea Good assist for the 9-1-1 Hornets. Macie Pelkey added a second-half goal on an Anna Paradis pass and Jessica Jimmo scored off a breakaway.
Emily Cummings made 16 saves for 9-1-1 SAHS. Ashland outshot SAHS 22-8.