September 25, 2013

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

From staff reports

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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.

Dinah Bilodeau had three saves for Mt. View and Zoe Billington 14 for the Mariners.

MASSABESIC 12, MCAULEY 0: Maggie Redman scored three goals as Massabesic (7-1) downed the Lions (0-6) at Portland.

Mira Kuni had two goals and an assist, and Emma Desrochers and Jackie Guillemette scored twice each. Lizzy Lord, Mackenzie Croteau and Logan Provencher also scored.

Abby Greenleaf and Kelley Wescott shared the goaltending for the Mustangs with Wescott making both saves. Akech Allolding stopped 30 shots for McAuley.

WINDHAM 3, SOUTH PORTLAND 2: Morgan Richmond scored three goals as the Eagles (3-4) edged the Red Riots (1-5) at South Portland.

Matti Marcello and Hannah Skvorak each had an assist, and Tessi Amero stopped six shots for Windham.

Hannah Gato and Olivia Indorf scored, and Courtney Pelkey made 13 saves for South Portland.

BIDDEFORD 2, PORTLAND 1: The Tigers (4-3) got first-half goals from Mallory Mourmouras and Charlotte White, overcoming an early deficit against the Bulldogs (1-7) at Biddeford.

Tara O'Neil scored just eight seconds in for Portland but Mourmouras tied it nine minutes later. White put home the winner with 13:07 left in the half.

BONNY EAGLE 4, NOBLE 0: Abby Ward and Lexi Lambert each had a goal and an assist to lead the Scots (4-2-2) over the Knights (0-5) at Standish.

Leah Carter scored from Charlie Kennedy and Catherine Biegel also had a goal.

Ashlyn Wintle recored her third shutout.

MT. ARARAT 9, EDWARD LITTLE 1: Caitlin LaFountain had five goals, and Carly Raymond added three goals and four assists to power the Eagles (3-5) over Edward Little (0-7) at Topsham.

Rhiannon Hersey added a goal and an assist for Mt. Ararat. Brooke Lever scored for the Red Eddies.

Nellie Hetherington and Renee Rossignol combined for three Mt. Ararat saves. Karli Stubbs stopped 22 shots for Edward Little.

WESTBROOK 4, SANFORD 0: Micaela LeBeau scored twice as the Blue Blazes (5-3) pulled away from a scoreless tie at halftime against Sanford (3-4) at Westbrook.

Ashley Berry scored off a penalty corner pass from Lea Hopkins to open the scoring five minutes into the second half. LeBeau put in her own rebound, then set up Abby St Clair for the third goal. LeBeau scored from Kerigan Demers to complete the scoring with 8:14 left.

Nicole Miranda had eight saves for Westbrook. Sarah Goldwaite made nine saves for the Spartans.

GORHAM 1, DEERING 0: Hannah Southard scored and Megan Baker made four saves as Gorham (3-4-1) shut out visiting Deering (1-5-1).

Sadie Rhinehardt stopped four shots for Deering.

MESSALONSKEE 12, BRUNSWICK 0: Twelve players scored to lead the Eagles (7-1) over the Dragons (1-7) at Brunswick.

Emily Hogan, Mikayla Turner, Nathalie St. Pierre, Kylee Knight, Ally Corbett, Erin Field, Ally Leighton, Cara Balboni, Kate Levesque, Kristen Kern, Ashley Pelotte and Kassi Michaud scored.

Abby Roberts made one save for Messalonskee. Anna Webster had 19 for Brunswick.

CONY 2, HAMPDEN ACADEMY 1: Katie Carroll scored twice as the Rams (4-3) beat the Broncos (0-6-1) at Augusta.

VOLLEYBALL

GREELY 3, GORHAM 0: Jordan Copp had three aces and eight kills, and Lexi Foster added three aces and two kills as the Rangers (4-1) beat Gorham (3-5) in straight sets (25-20, 25-21, 25-4) at Cumberland.

Emily Warnock added an ace and five kills, and Kayley Cimino had four kills and 10 assists. Hallye Anderson led the Rams with 15 serves, three aces, 10 points and four blocks, and Samantha Robinson had 18 digs.

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