August 22, 2019

Cousens goal lifts Hampden

HAMPDEN – Jade Cousens scored the game-winning goal on an assist from Corey Grover with five minutes left in the game Saturday as Hampden Academy earned a 2-1 boys soccer victory over Mt. Blue of Farmington.

Gerald Cushing added a goal for 5-3 Hampden. Brad Melanson and Harrison Haiden combined to make six saves on 11 shots for the Broncos.

Alex Lee scored an unassisted goal for Mt. Blue. Devin Zamboni stopped six of 11 shots for the 4-3-1 Cougars.

Orono 6, Dexter 3

At Dexter, six different Orono players netted a goal as the Red Riots topped Dexter.

Brandon Paul, Ian Staples, Charlie Boyle, Phil Benoit, Nikolai Renedo and Jacob Stoddard each scored a goal. A.J. Coleman made 13 saves on 23 shots for 6-2 Orono.

C.J. Giles, Devon Grant and Corbin Bilodeau each scored for Dexter. Andrew Lary and Ryan Wilks each grabbed an assist while Nathan Wyman stopped 21 of 31 shots for the 4-1-2 Tigers.

Presque Isle 2, Ellsworth 0

At Presque Isle, Nate Ackerson and Warren Zubrick each scored an unassisted goal in the second half to lead Presque Isle by Ellsworth.

Dillon Kingsbury stopped all seven shots he faced for the 7-0-1 Wildcats.

Jordan Carter made 16 saves on 18 shots for the 6-1-1 Eagles.

Greenville 1, Vinalhaven 1 (2OT)

At Greenville, John Morton scored for Vinalhaven with 5:35 left in the game to tie the game as the Vikings and Greenville battled to a draw through two overtimes.

Nathan Hopkins stopped 23 of 24 shots for 5-2-1 Vinalhaven.

Richie Chilson scored for Greenville midway through the second half. Alex Jardine made 31 saves on 32 shots for the 4-1-1 Lakers.


Dexter 41, Old Town 6

At Dexter, Doug Richardson ran for three touchdowns in the first half as Dexter rolled past Old Town.

Andrew Lockhart ran for two touchdowns while Kyle Gould had an 80-yard kickoff return in the third quarter for the Tigers.

Thomas Gogan had a 35-yard touchdown run for Old Town.

Old Town (1-3) 0 0 6 0 – 6

Dexter (1-3) 15 12 8 6 – 41

D – Richardson 25 run (Richardson run)

D – Richardson 20 run (kick failed)

D – Richardson 40 run (kick failed)

D – Lockhart 25 run (kick failed)

D – Lockhart 27 run (kick failed)

OT – Gogan 35 run (kick failed)

D – Gould 80 kick return (Wilson run)

D – Gustin 15 pass from Gould (kick failed)

Leavitt 41, Nokomis 7

At Newport, Tyler Green ran for 125 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Leavitt Hornets of Turner past the Nokomis Warriors.

Josh Strickland rushed for a touchdown and 103 yards to help pace the Hornets.

Jordan Richards led the Warriors with a touchdown and 60 yards on eight carries.

Leavitt (4-0) 14 20 7 0 – 41

Nokomis (0-3) 0 0 0 7 – 7

L-Green 48 run (Urquhart kick)

L-Green 55 pass from Theiss (Urquhart kick)

L-Green 20 run (Urquhart kick)

L-Strickland 20 run (kick blocked)

L-Letourneau 20 run (Urquhart kick)

L-Theiss 15 run (Urquhart kick)

N-Richards 30 run (Long kick)

Girls soccer

Presque Isle 3, Ellsworth 1

At Presque Isle, Katrina Whittier, Sarah Porter and Chelsea Nickerson each scored an unassisted goal in the second half to lead Presque Isle by Ellsworth.

Kellsey Park stopped five of six shots for the 7-1 Wildcats.

Casey Wyman scored for (6-1-1) Ellsworth off an assist from Holly Wadman. Angie Tucker made 11 saves on 14 shots for the Eagles.

Greenville 4, Vinalhaven 3

At Greenville, Miranda Drinkwater scored the winning goal for Greenville with 7:44 remaining in the game to lift the Lakers past Vinalhaven.

Kaitlyn Harmon, McKenna Peat and Carli Peat each added an unassisted goal for 2-0-4 Greenville. Sidney Richardson stopped 13 of 19 shots for the Lakers.

Natalie Reed tallied two goals for Vinalhaven while Amelia Davidson scored one. Dana-Marie Wentworth made 17 saves on 38 shots for the 3-3-3 Vikings.

Orono 8, Dexter 0

At Dexter, Alex Crocker and Sarah Thibeault each scored two goals as their Orono Red Riots blanked Dexter.

Rachel Balaban, Jade Keezer, Shelly Wheeler and Meghan Curtis each scored a goal for the Red Riots. Elizabeth Fox made five saves on 10 shots

Maice Gustin saved 19 of 30 shots for the Tigers.

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