October 16, 2013

Girls’ Roundup: Biddeford stops Marshwood in soccer

From Staff Reports

BIDDEFORD — Lexi Paquette scored in each half Wednesday to lead Biddeford to a 3-1 victory against Marshwood in an SMAA schoolgirl soccer game.

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Ryanne Desjardins of Biddeford kicks the ball down the field as Hannah Folger of Marshwood moves in Wednesday during Biddeford’s 3-1 victory at home.

Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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Biddeford celebrates after Lexi Paquette scored one of the two first-half goals for Biddeford against Marshwood.

Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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Paquette and Cassie Ellis scored in the first half as the Tigers (9-2-1) took a 2-0 lead. Sydney Jackman of Marshwood (9-3) scored off Megan McLean’s corner kick five minutes before the break.

Macie Morrrison made 13 saves for Marshwood. Anna Marie Seiler finished with 15 stops for Biddeford.

DEERING 6, MCAULEY 1: Edie Pallozzi scored three goals for visiting Deering (8-3-1) against McAuley (4-9) at Portland.

Alexis Elowitch, Megan Wells and Meghana Clere also scored for the Rams. Jordan Carr finished with 12 saves for McAuley. Leanne Downs had five for Deering.

PINE TREE ACADEMY 3, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 1: Alex Goodman scored three goals for Pine Tree Academy (8-2) against Greater Portland Christian (0-9) at Freeport.

Kyrie Austin scored for Greater Portland Christian.

CAPE ELIZABETH 2, YORK 0: Mary Perkins had eight saves as Cape Elizabeth (11-2-1) shut out the Wildcats (4-6-3) at York.

Mariah Deschino scored from a scramble with 15 minutes left in the first half and Kathryn Clark added a goal in the first minute of the second half.

Emma Rohrer finished with 10 saves for York.

CHEVERUS 4, NOBLE 0: Katie Gordon scored in each half and Anna Niedermeyer made nine saves to lead the Stags (3-7-2) past the Knights (0-12-1) at Portland.

Abby Goodrich added a goal and an assist, and Olivia Mull also scored.

Megan Bataran stopped 14 shots for Noble.

THORNTON ACADEMY 1, GORHAM 0: Haley DaGraca scored off a failed clearing attempt as the Trojans (10-1-1) edged the Rams (7-4) at Gorham.

Lexi Nason had 10 saves on 12 shots to secure the shutout. Emma Smith made eight saves on 13 shots for Gorham.

WELLS 1, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Kate Tufts made 10 saves on 17 shots to lead the Warriors (5-7-1) past the Patriots (7-5) at Gray.

Sophie Lamb scored with 10:50 remaining.

Zoe Adams made 13 saves on 22 shots for Gray-New Gloucester.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 2, SACOPEE VALLEY 1: Alexandra Wahlstrom scored her second goal of the game in the first minute of overtime to send the Panthers (7-4-2) past the Hawks (5-8) at South Hiram.

Melanie Regan assisted on the winner and Scout Fischman made 10 saves for NYA.

Kayla Brown scored for Sacopee Valley from Courtney Ryan after 10 minutes, but Wahlstrom tied it less than seven minutes later.

Madison Day stopped five shots for the Hawks.

MASSABESIC 5, BONNY EAGLE 0: Kym Hendrix had two goals and an assist as the Mustangs (5-5-1) beat Bonny Eagle (0-11-1) at Waterboro.

Alyssa Wardwell, Hannah Sleight and Emma Cost also scored, and Hannah Lundrigan had four saves to earn the shutout. Kelsey Parkin finished with 14 saves on 26 shots for the Scots.

FALMOUTH 1, KENNEBUNK 0: Taylor Russell scored an early goal from Julia Spugnardi and Adelaide Cooke needed one save to earn a shutout for the Yachtsmen (9-2-1) against the Rams (2-10-1) at Kennebunk.

Kyra Schwartzman made 35 saves for Kennebunk.

SANFORD 5, SOUTH PORTLAND 3: Morgan Fogg scored three goals as the Spartans (3-9) downed South Portland (1-10-1) at Sanford.

After Bridget Campbell gave the Red Riots the lead on a corner kick with 16:39 left in the first half, Fogg, Nichole LeBlanc and Vanessa Hodge scored in the final 15 minutes of the half to give the Spartans a 3-1 lead.

Abby Letourneau of South Portland scored twice in the second half to tie, but Fogg then scored twice in the final 15 minutes.


SCARBOROUGH 4, DEERING 0: Scarborough (13-0-1) scored three goals in the first half and shut out Deering (4-8-1) at Portland.

Maddy Dobecki, Kristin Levesque and Kristin Murray had goals.

Alyssa Souza made one save for the shutout. Sadie Rhinehardt had three stops for Deering.

CAPE ELIZABETH 1, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 0: Hannah Newhall scored at 6:23 of the second half as Cape Elizabeth (10-4) beat the Raiders (6-7-1) at Fryeburg.

Lily Jordan and Mary DiPietro each made a pair of saves to share the shutout. Karylann Walker had five saves for the Raiders.

BONNY EAGLE 1, WESTBROOK 0: Cassidy Emery scored from Lexi Lambert and Cassidy Merrill with 15:46 left as Bonny Eagle (5-6-3) downed Westbrook (8-6) at Standish.

Ashlyn Wintle made 13 saves for the shutout. Courtney Ross had three defensive saves, including a stop on an attempt with 10 minutes left that would have tied the game.

Nicole Miranda finished with eight stops for the Blue Blazes.

CHEVERUS 3, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Maddy Fenderson scored after six minutes and Cheverus (11-2-1) went on to shut out South Portland (3-10-1) at Portland.

Fenderson managed to break away at midfield and challenge goalie Hannah Gato one-on-one. After Gato blocked her initial shot, Fenderson knocked in the rebound for her first career goal.

MaryKate Slattery added a goal with 13:14 left in the first half and Alex Logan scored with 13 seconds remaining in the match.

Gato finished with 15 saves. Libby DesRuisseaux handled four shots for Cheverus.

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Hannah Folger of Marshwood, left, and Shaina Speight of Biddeford compete for a loose ball in their SMAA game.

Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer


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