October 21, 2013

High school roundup: Scarborough still unbeaten in volleyball

The Red Storm finish their regular season with a five-set victory over Falmouth.

From Staff Reports

SCARBOROUGH — Lauren Piper had a pair of aces and seven service points during a 15-5 fifth set as Scarborough completed an undefeated regular season with a 3-2 volleyball win Monday night against Falmouth.

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Natalie Foster of Scarborough hits over the defense of Falmouth’s Katrina Meserve, left, and Ally Hickey during Monday’s volleyball match in Scarborough, won by the host Red Storm, 21-25, 25-21, 25-18, 15-25, 15-5.

Photos by Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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Katrina Meserve, left, and Julia Treadwell of Falmouth team up to block Scarborough’s Mary Cleary. Falmouth’s only losses this season have been against Scarborough – both in five sets.

Scarborough (14-0) lost the opening set 25-21, but rallied to win the next two by scores of 25-21 and 25-18. Falmouth (12-2) won the fourth set 25-15.

Piper finished with 18 assists and six aces for the Red Storm. Mary Cleary added 11 kills, 16 digs and five aces, and Abby Mills had seven kills and nine digs.


FALMOUTH 2, WAYNFLETE 0: Luke Velas and Jake Grade scored just over three minutes apart late in the first half to lift the Yachtsmen (8-4-2) over the Flyers (8-4-2) at Falmouth.

Will D’Agostino and Joel Boehm combined for three saves for Falmouth. Waynflete keeper Milo Belleau finished with eight saves.

YARMOUTH 6, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Max Watson scored a pair of goals and assisted another as the Clippers (11-0-3) downed the Patriots (5-7-2) at Yarmouth.

Wyatt Jackson also scored twice. Michael Salveson and David Clemmer each added a goal.

KENNEBUNK 3, POLAND 1: Ryan Keefe scored early in the second half and Pat Gassman made it 2-0 midway through the half as the Rams (6-5-3) beat the Knights (3-9-2) at Poland.

Poland cut the deficit to 2-1 when Nigel Williams scored on a direct kick from 35 yards with 2:25 left.

Spencer Thibodeau added an insurance goal for Kennebunk in the final seconds.

MONMOUTH 1, DIRIGO 0: Mason Clement scored with 50 seconds left in overtime the Mustangs (8-5) over the Cougars (4-9) at Monmouth.

Ben Bolstridge assisted on the goal. Kasey Smith made nine saves.

Lucas Johnston stopped 13 shots for Dirigo.


WINDHAM 5, MARSHWOOD 0: Cassie Symonds collected two goals and an assist to pace the Eagles (13-0-1) past the Hawks (9-4) at South Berwick.

Ciera Berthiaume, Jenna Soucy and Luisa Sbardella added a goal apiece, and Windham keeper Kate Kneeland made six saves to record the shutout.

Macy Morrison finished with 13 saves for Marshwood.

WESTBROOK 2, MCAULEY 2: Sophie Manning scored the equalizer late in regulation as Westbrook (3-10-1) twice rallied from one-goal deficits in a tie against McAuley (4-9-1) at Portland.

Emily Mullen also scored for Westbrook. McAuley got a goal apiece from Ayla Tartre and Katherine Lake.

Jordyn Carr finished with 13 saves for McAuley, while Sam Russell stopped 11 shots for Westbrook.

FALMOUTH 1, WAYNFLETE 0: Georgia Baikian headed in a cross from Tyler Spence midway through the first half and Falmouth (11-2-1) held on to edge the Flyers (10-2-2) at Portland.

Maggie Seitz finished with 13 saves for Falmouth. Waynflete keeper Juliana Harwood stopped eight shots.

YARMOUTH 2, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Katherine Clemmers opened the scoring seven minutes into the second half and added an assist on a late goal by Cory Langenbach to lift the Clippers (8-3-3) over the Patriots (7-7) at Gray.

Yarmouth keeper Shannon Fallon made seven saves. Zoe Adams finished with 15 saves for Gray-NG.

LAKE REGION 1, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 1: Jordan Turner scored on an assist from Kristen Huntress with eight minutes left in regulation as Lake Region (2-9-3) rallied to tie the Raiders (3-7-4) at Fryeburg.

Fryeburg opened the scoring four minutes into second half on a goal by Isabel Hodgman-Burns, assisted by Julia Quinn.

Isabel Scribner finished with 16 saves for the Lakers. Fryeburg keeper Sydney Charles stopped six shots.

KENNEBUNK 4, POLAND 1: Sam Bell and Natasha Staples each collected two goals and an assist to lead the Rams (3-10-1) over the Knights (6-8) at Kennebunk.

Kyra Schwartzman finished with 10 saves for the Rams, while Poland keeper Erin Brewer made 15 saves. Sarah Bolduc scored for the Knights.

MORSE 3, ERSKINE ACADEMY 0: Miracle Trimble, Amanda Gagne and Paige Martin scored second-half goals for the Shipbuilders (9-3-2) as they pulled away from the Eagles (7-6-1) at Bath.

Trimble and Gagne also added an assist apiece.

HALL-DALE 4, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 3: Maura Stottler scored with 1:44 left in the second overtime to lift the Bulldogs (11-12) over the Phoenix (9-5) in Jay.

Hall-Dale jumped out to a 2-1 lead in the first half on goals by Signe Lynch and Stottler. Thea Sweet added a goal in the second half. Eva Shepherd had two assists and Clio Barr assisted on the winner.

Kailee Newcomb scored in the first half and Megan Duval and Alexa Perkins got second-half goals for Spruce Mountain.

CARRABEC 4, TELSTAR 1: Brooklynne Lewis scored three goals, two in the first half, to lead Carrabec (9-4-1) to a win over Telstar (0-12-2).

Mickayla Willette also scored for Carrabec.

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