September 17, 2013

Soccer Roundup: Cheverus upends Marshwood for first win

From staff reports

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Noah McDaniel, front, of Marshwood and Colin Grove of Cheverus get tangled up as they battle for the ball during an SMAA soccer match Monday in Portland. Grove led the Stags to a 5-1 triumph.

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KENNEBUNK 3, LAKE REGION 1: Alyssa Weigle scored twice as the Rams (2-1) pulled away from a 1-1 halftime tie against the Lakers (0-3) in Naples.

Weigle broke the deadlock 15 minutes into the second half, taking a pass from Caroline Hoch and shooting high inside the far post from the right side of the penalty area. Weigle converted another pass from Hoch to score from the same spot 10 minutes later.

Sierra Tartre also scored for Kennebunk and Kyra Schwartzman made nine saves. Lake Region got a goal from Melody Millett and 17 saves from Isabel Scribner.

SACOPEE VALLEY 4, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 1: McKenzie Murphy notched a goal and three assists to spark the Hawks (2-1) past the Seagulls (0-3) at Old Orchard Beach.

Abby Dubois put Old Orchard Beach ahead nine minutes into the match before Murphy found Morgan Sanborn for the tying goal 10 minutes later.

Kayla Brown added a goal and an assist, and Courtney Ryan rounded out the scoring for Sacopee.

YARMOUTH 1, FREEPORT 0: Emma Torres scored with eight minutes left on an assist from Cory Langenbach as the Yachtsmen (1-1) defeated the Falcons (1-2) at Yarmouth.

WELLS 1, YORK 1: Amanda Deshaies scored for Wells (1-2-1) and Shannon Todd tied the game for York (1-2-1) with seven minutes left in regulation at Wells.

CONY 1, LAWRENCE 0: Emily Quirion scored with 13:20 remaining to lift the Rams (3-0) to a victory in Augusta.

Hayley Quirion assisted on the goal.


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