May 26, 2019
HIGH SCHOOL FIELD HOCKEY

Bapst trips up Bucks McBernie tallies game-winner

BANGOR – Jason McBernie netted the winning goal with 20:36 remaining in the game as John Bapst edged Bucksport 2-1 in schoolboy soccer action Wednesday.

Jordan Meyers grabbed the assist on the winning goal. Miles Gagnon scored an unassisted goal for John Bapst in the first half. Casey Hull stopped 11 of 17 shots for the 5-4-2 Crusaders.

Jordan Trasko scored for 2-9 Bucksport off a pass from John Goodin. Joe Goodin made seven saves on 10 shots for the Golden Bucks.

JV: John Bapst 4-0

MDI 6, George Stevens 1

At Bar Harbor, Abe Gladstone recorded a hat trick while Carl Ferm had two assists to lead the Trojans past George Stevens of Blue Hill.

Tyler Steel and Dennis O’Neil had goals and Ben Steel a goal and assist for 5-5-1 MDI while Matt Weber added an assist. Iz Ward and Jake Mincton combined for two saves on four shots.

Lucas Yoder scored with Pierre Dillon getting the assist for 4-7-1 GSA. Josh Gale and Matt Hines combined for eight saves on 16 shots.

JV: MDI 3-0

Washington Acad. 7, Sumner 1

At East Machias, Sung Min Kim, Nicko Forte and Nick Hickson scored two goals apiece to power Washington Academy by Sumner of East Sullivan.

Milos Gautier added a goal for 11-1 Washington Academy. Bryce Colbeth and Sam Stevens combined to make six saves on nine shots for the Raiders.

Marcos Lau netted a goal for Sumner. Mike Crowley, Josh Ring and Alex Rojo combined for 11 saves on 35 shots for the 1-11 Tigers.

Dexter 1, DI-Stonington 0

At Dexter, Andrew Lary netted the only goal of the game on an assist from Lee Gustin 21:52 into the first half as Dexter topped Deer Isle-Stonington.

Nathan Wyman turned aside eight of 13 shots for the 8-1-3 Tigers.

Eben Powers made 25 saves on 41 shots for the 4-5-2 Mariners.

Penobscot Valley 1, Schenck 0

At Howland, Leigh Dolley scored the game-winning goal with 2:54 left in the game to lift Penobscot Valley past Schenck of East Millinocket.

Charlie Gardner tallied the assist on the winning goal. Jacob Jones made five saves on seven shots for the 8-2-2 Howlers.

Ryan Thompson saved 16 of 20 shots for 1-10-1 Schenck.

Lee 4, Penquis 3

At Lee, Crsten Kaiser scored three goals, including a penalty kick with 4:51 to play which gave Lee Academy the win.

Hector Guttierrez added a goal and Owen Ouo, Jaron Oh and Claudius Kessler assists for the 4-6-1 Pandas. A.J. Harris saved 10 of 16 shots.

Ryan Bailey tallied a goal and assist for 2-9-1 Penquis of Milo. Jesse McLaughlin and John Portillo also scored while Lucas Grinnell had an assist. Richie Russell had 11 saves on 18 shots.

Orono 2, Old Town 0

At Orono, Ian Staples scored both goals while leading his Orono Red Riots past the Coyotes.

Lee Hecker and Brandon Paul each had an assist for the 10-3 Red Riots. A.J. Coleman saved all eight shots he faced for Orono’s fifth shutout.

Alex Caballero and Lee Larry combined to make eight saves on 10 shots for the 6-4-2 Coyotes.

JV: Orono 5-1

Girls soccer

Woodland 2, Narraguagus 0

At Harrington, Kacie Burke and Chastity Beach each notched a goal for Woodland as the Dragons shut out Narraguagus.

The Woodland keeper stopped all three shots on goal for the 6-3-1 Dragons.

Beth Rofe made three saves on four shots for the 1-8-1 Knights.

Field hockey

Stearns 3, Piscataquis 0

At Millinocket, Angela Levesque scored on a penalty stroke while Audrianna Eurich and Kaylee Bradford added unassisted goals as Stearns triumphed.

Kirsten Marter saved the only shot she faced for the 8-3 Minutemen.

Brianna Tweedie came up with 16 saves on 28 shots for 0-12 Piscataquis of Guilford.

Orono 1, Mattanawcook 0

At Orono, the Red Riots’ Amy Mares scored midway through the second half during a scramble in front of the Lynx goal.

Amber Saucier made four saves on seven shots for 4-8 Orono, while Colleen Albert made four saves on eight shots for Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln, also 4-8.

JV: MA 1-0


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