Thursday, December 5, 2013
From staff reports
NAPLES - Lucy Fowler's goal 1:52 into the second overtime gave unbeaten Lake Region a 3-2 win over Cape Elizabeth in a Western Maine Conference field hockey game Friday.
Kayleigh Lepage of Lake Region strikes the ball during Friday’s Western Maine Conference field hockey game against Cape Elizabeth. The Lakers improved to 6-0 with a 3-2 overtime victory.
Photos by Tim Greenway/Staff Photographer
Kayla Reinhard, center, of Lake Region knocks the ball away from Lauren Steidl of Cape Elizabeth. The Lakers allowed two goals for the first time this season but still earned their sixth straight win.
Elizabeth Schreiber sent a perfect baseline cross to Fowler, who was planted at the stroke line.
The goal was Fowler's second of the game. Tori Girardin also scored for Lake Region (6-0).
Hailey Petsinger and Abby McInerney each had a goal for the Capers (3-3).
Lake Region goalie Meghan Van Loan blocked four shots. Cape's Julianne Ayers made two saves.
FRYEBURG ACADEMY 2, FALMOUTH 1: Skye Dole scored from Christina DiPietro with 16:51 left to give the Raiders (6-0) the edge at Falmouth (3-3).
Ellen Bacchiocchi put Fryeburg ahead with 19 seconds left in the first half. Jillian Rothweiler pulled the Yachtsmen even 5:13 into the second half.
Sage Antolin made five saves for Fryeburg; Hillary Nash made six stops for Falmouth.
NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 4, WAYNFLETE 0: Elizabeth Coughlin made eight saves and the Panthers (5-1) scored four goals in the second half to beat the Flyers (2-3) at Portland.
Bailey Clock, Juliana Tardif, Olivia Madore and Maura Anderson provided the offense.
FREEPORT 7, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 3: Sydney Ambrose set up Abby Smith 2:38 into the game, then scored an unassisted goal less than four minutes later, to start the Falcons (4-1) on their way to a victory over the Patriots (0-6) in Freeport.
Smith also assisted on one of Olivia Bubar's two goals.
Sara Carder scored twice for the Patriots.
TRAIP ACADEMY 4, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 2: Kaylie Andrews scored two goals to lead the Rangers (3-3) over the Seagulls (0-6) at Old Orchard Beach.
Andrews also assisted on the Rangers' first goal, scored by Briana Lamoureux. Sarah Noble provided the fourth goal.
Old Orchard got goals from Emilie Chard and Peyton Feitz. Colleen Dyer finished with 20 saves.
CHEVERUS 7, PORTLAND 1: Katie Roy scored twice in the first half before setting up Staci Swallow for the first of her three goals as visiting Cheverus (6-0) rolled to a win over the Bulldogs (0-6).
Anne Slattery scored off a corner with no time left for a 4-0 halftime lead. Alex Logan added a second-half goal.
Gabi Cardona scored for Portland, assisted by Leanne Reichert.
POLAND 1, SACOPEE VALLEY 1: Julia Vacchiano of Sacopee Valley (1-5-1) and Mimi Carmichael of Poland (1-3-1) traded first-half goals in a tie at South Hiram.
Melora Lavoie stopped 11 shots for Poland. Chloe Ronco made five saves for Sacopee Valley.
WINTHROP 5, BOOTHBAY 1: Emmah Spahr and Rachel Ingram each had two goals and an assist to lead the Ramblers (6-1) past the Seahawks (1-6) at Winthrop.
Shauna Carlson added a goal and an assist. Kelsey Stoneton also had an assist.
Meghan Oakes made 14 saves for Boothbay.
OAK HILL 3, HALL-DALE 1: Sadie Goulet scored two unassisted goals to lead the Raiders to the MVC win in Farmingdale.
Kylee Veilleux had the other goal for the Raiders (4-3). Abby Fuller made four saves.
Nicole Pelletier scored for Hall-Dale (1-5). Hannah Perry stopped seven shots.
BRUNSWICK 7, CONY 2: Kassidy Scarponi and Anna Cowan each had three goals to lead the Dragons (6-0) over the Rams (3-3) at Brunswick.
Paige Tetu contributed a goal and two assists, and Julie Champagne helped out with two assists.
THORNTON ACADEMY 8, MCAULEY 0: Allie Coburn and Haley DeGraca scored two goals apiece to pace the Trojans (5-0) against the Lions (0-4) at Saco.
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