ELLSWORTH – Morgan Chasse scored the game’s only goal with 38:43 remaining in regulation off a Brittany Williams assist to give John Bapst of Bangor a crucial 1-0 Class B schoolgirl soccer win over Ellsworth on Thursday.
Laura Jordan turned away four of five shots for the 6-3 Crusaders.
Angie Tucker saved six of eight shots for 6-2-1 Ellsworth.
Calvary Chap. 8, Highview Chr. 0
At University College of Bangor, Jacqueline Veilleux scored two goals and assisted two others as Calvary Chapel of Orrington shut out Highview Christian of Charleston.
Lisane Rieker had two goals and an assist for the 1-6 Sabers. Jessica Owens and Megan Warman scored two goals apiece. Emily Mills stopped both shots.
Anita Allard turned away 23 of 39 shots for 0-4-1 Highview Christian.
Old Town 3, Foxcroft 1
At Dover-Foxcroft, Katie Deshane scored two goals to lead Old Town past Foxcroft Academy.
Meagan Cousins and a goal and an assist for 9-1 Old Town. Sabrina Jordan provided two assists while Erin St. Peter and Deshane also had assists. Annie Cashon turned away six of 15 shots.
SheeAnn Sergeant scored a second-half goal off an Ali Adkins assist for the 4-5 Ponies. Sarah Whittemore stopped five of 11 shots.
JV: Old Town 6-0
John Bapst 2, Piscataquis 1 (OT)
At Guilford, Mary Ann Ferguson scored the game-winning goal with five minutes to play in overtime as John Bapst of Bangor triumphed.
Ferguson assisted on a goal by Shannon O’Connor which tied the match with six seconds left in regulation. O’Connor assisted on Ferguson’s goal. Megan Smith saved 12 of 13 shots.
Annie Agnew netted an unassisted goal for the PCHS Pirates. Brianna Tweedie stopped 19 of 21 shots.
Highview Chr. 12, Averill 2
At Hinckley, Alexander Papkov and Ryosuke Yamada both had three goals and an assist as Highview Christian of Charleston defeated Averill.
Nathan Chandler scored two goals and assisted another for the 6-2 Knights. Jefferey Niles Jr., Wesley Jones, Stefan Rowe and Cody Crooker each had a goal and an assist. Rowe and Jones combined for eight saves on 14 shots.
Ben Pearson scored both goals for 2-5 Averill. Dorothy Leighton provided an assist. Zach Morse, Josh Deschaine and Leighton combined to save 14 of 45 shots.