October 19, 2013

Schoolgirl roundup: Thornton hands Scarborough its first loss in soccer

Amanda Arnold scores twice to help prevent the Red Storm from completing an unbeaten regular season.

From Staff Reports

SACO — Amanda Arnold scored a pair of goals as Thornton Academy knocked off previously undefeated Scarborough 3-0 in an SMAA girls’ soccer match Friday night.

Arnold scored her first goal 6:51 into the match off an assist from Tori Daigle.

Allie Coburn converted a penalty kick midway through the half, and Arnold wrapped up the scoring on a breakaway 14:02 before halftime as the Golden Trojans improved to 11-1-1.

Lexi Nason held the Red Storm (10-1-2) scoreless with six saves. Scarborough’s Sydney Martin stopped 12 shots.

GORHAM 3, MASSABESIC 2: Hobie Laporte scored all three goals for Gorham (8-4) in a win over Massabesic (6-6-1) at Waterboro.

Emma Cost scored both goals for the Mustangs.

Emma Smith made six saves for the Rams, while Massabesic’s Hannah Lundrigan and Alyssa Wardwell combined for 21 saves.

WAYNFLETE 6, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 1: Ella Millard and Esme Benson scored two goals apiece to lead Waynflete (10-1-2) over visiting North Yarmouth Academy (7-5-2).

Beata Best and Meddy Smith provided the other two goals for the Flyers, who led 4-0 at halftime.

The Panthers’ goal came from Alex Wahlstrom.

CHEVERUS 1, WESTBROOK 0: Katie Gordon scored with 9:41 remaining as Cheverus (4-7-2) nipped the Blue Blazes (3-9) at Westbrook.

Olivia Mull got the assist, slipping a ball through on the left side, where Gordon was able to loft it over diving keeper Samantha Russell.

Russell finished with 15 saves. Cheverus keeper Anna Neidermeyer stopped nine shots.

YORK 1, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 0: Erin D’Aquilla scored with 16 minutes left to give York (5-6-3) a win over Fryeburg Academy (3-7-3) at Fryeburg.

Johanna Bennett assisted on the goal. She slid a pass across the goal mouth, and D’Aquilla redirected from eight yards out.

Fryeburg keeper Sydney Charles made 15 saves. York’s Emma Rohrer had two saves.

WATERVILLE 4, CAMDEN HILLS 1: Pilar Elias scored two goals and had an assist as the Purple Panthers won at Rockport.

Lydia Roy and Fotini Shanos each added a goal for Waterville (13-0). Bryn Anderson scored for Camden Hills (10-1-2).

MARANACOOK 3, ERSKINE ACADEMY 0: Lillie McLaughlin registered a goal and an assist as the Black Bears (5-5-4) won at South China.

McLaughlin scored three minutes into the game and had an assist on Samantha Tlumac’s goal late in the half. Sarah Clough scored in the second half, and Elizabeth D’Angelo made 13 saves.

Cassandra Ray stopped 13 shots for Erskine (7-5-1).

MESSALONSKEE 1, LEWISTON 0: Kassadi McPherson scored off a pass from McKenna Brodeur midway through the first half to give the Eagles a win in Oakland.

Taylor Easler had 12 saves for Messalonskee (4-9). Kelsey St. Cyr made 26 saves for Lewiston (0-11-2).

SKOWHEGAN 1, OXFORD HILLS 0: Tracey Swanson scored in the 14th minute as the Indians (1-11-1) upset the Vikings (7-4-2) at Skowhegan.

Morgan Buker had an assist, and Andrea Quirion stopped 16 shots to earn the win.

Sam Bickford made three saves for Oxford Hills.

MCI 0, NOKOMIS 0: Ryleigh Lord made 27 saves as Maine Central Institute (4-8) earned a tie with the Warriors in Pittsfield.

Becky Orcutt had nine saves for Nokomis (5-5-2).

WINSLOW 1, MT. VIEW 0: Autumn Poulin scored 4:58 into the game as the Black Raiders (7-5-1) beat the Mustangs (1-11) at Winslow.

Devin Fitzgibbons had an assist for Winslow. Hillary Libby earned the win with three saves.


ST. DOM’S 2, MARANACOOK 1: Callie Greco and Olivia Chase scored as the eighth-seeded Saints (4-11) won a Western Class C prelim in Auburn.

Lindsay Jackson scored 14:47 into the game to give ninth-seeded Maranacook (3-12) a 1-0 lead.

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