September 25, 2013

Girls' Roundup: Greely shuts off Freeport, 2-0

From staff reports

FREEPORT - Izzy Hutnak scored two goals in the first 14:04 and Elyse Dinan made 11 saves Tuesday to lead Greely to a 2-0 victory against Freeport in a Western Maine Conference schoolgirl soccer game.

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MaryKate Slattery of Cheverus watches the field hockey ball Tuesday while covered by Ashley Hickey of Marshwood during their SMAA game at Cheverus High. Cheverus won 1-0 to improve to 6-1. Marshwood dropped to 6-2.

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Abby Ford of Cheverus attempts to push the ball away from Karissa Boesch of Marshwood. Colleen Slattery of Cheverus scored the goal.

Jocelyn Mitiguy assisted on the first goal for the Rangers (5-0) at 5:01. Allie Morrill assisted on the second nine minutes later.

Livvy Dimick made 13 saves for the Falcons (4-3).

MT. ARARAT 1, CONY 0: Katie Labbay scored in the first half as the Eagles (6-0) beat the Rams (5-1) at Augusta.

YARMOUTH 1, WELLS 0: Katie Clemmer scored with 12 minutes left as the Clippers (4-1) slipped past Wells (3-3-1) at Yarmouth.

Clemmer stole the ball just beyond midfield and took it into the offensive zone, lofting a 25-yard shot that sailed over the goalie before passing just under the crossbar.

Shannon Fallon had four saves for Yarmouth. Kate Tufts stopped eight shots for the Warriors.

YORK 3, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Maddie Amidon scored the go-ahead goal with 1:17 left in the first half, Sierra Swasey made it 3-1 midway through the second and the Wildcats (2-3-1) beat the Patriots (1-5) at York.

Courtney Cole gave York a lead 25 minutes in, but the Wildcats surrendered an own goal less than 30 seconds later.

Anna Knapp made 18 saves for Gray-New Gloucester.

BRUNSWICK 2, EDWARD LITTLE 1: Anna Cowan and Lena Martin each scored from Kassidy Scarponi as the Dragons (3-3) beat Edward Little (3-3) at Brunswick.

Haley Murano blocked four shots for Brunswick, and Molly Murray five for the Red Eddies.

KENNEBUNK 1, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 1: Oriagna Inirio scored with five minutes remaining as the Raiders (1-3-1) tied Kennebunk (2-3-1) at Fryeburg.

Natasha Staples scored 15 minutes into the second half for the Rams.

Kyra Schwartzman made seven saves for Kennebunk. Sydney Charles stopped 15 shots for Fryeburg.

CAPE ELIZABETH 4, LAKE REGION 0: Kate Breed scored twice as Cape Elizabeth (4-1) defeated Lake Region (0-4) at Naples.

Isabel Scribner made 23 saves for the Lakers.

SACOPEE VALLEY 7, TRAIP ACADEMY 1: Courtney Ryan had three goals, and Jade Jordan added two goals and an assist as the Hawks (3-3) beat Traip Academy (2-4) at South Hiram.

Courtney Miniutti and Amanda James also scored for Sacopee.

Madison Day and Jordan Miner combined for 12 saves for the Hawks. Lynne Moore had 16 saves for the Rangers.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 6, BUCKFIELD 0: Melanie Regan scored twice, and Chloe Leischman had a goal and two assists as the Panthers (3-2) rolled past the Bucks (4-3) at Yarmouth.

Alex Wahlstrom added a goal and an assist, and Lizzy Lewis and Taylor Leech also had goals.

MORSE 3, MEDOMAK VALLEY 1: Ruth Nadeau put in the rebound of Miracle Trimble's shot two minutes into the game, and Trimble scored from Nadeau less than six minutes later to give Morse (5-1) a 2-0 lead against the Panthers (1-4-1) at Waldoboro.

Lauren Pelletier made it 3-0 by the half. Alesha Aucoin scored for Medomak with 11 minutes left in the match.

LEAVITT 2, GARDINER 0: Monica Beaule and Mackenzie Barney scored unassisted goals to lead the Hornets (3-2-1) over the Tigers (2-5) at Gardiner.

Angela Baigle made seven saves for Leavitt. Ally Day stopped 10 shots for Gardiner.

FIELD HOCKEY

CHEVERUS 1, MARSHWOOD 0: Colleen Slattery scored in the second half to lift the Stags (6-1) over the Hawks (6-2) at Portland.

MT. VIEW 1, OCEANSIDE 0: Mykenna Grotton scored from Kersey Boulay with 11 minutes left as the Mustangs (5-3) beat Oceanside (6-2) at Thorndike.

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