September 25, 2011

Girls' Soccer: Lakers show off offense in a victory over Traip

From staff reports

NAPLES - Rachel Wandishin scored four goals and Sydney Hancock added three Saturday to lead Lake Region to a 9-2 victory against Traip Academy in a Western Maine Conference schoolgirl soccer game.

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Rachel Glover, left, of Portland and Riley Kirk of Bonny Eagle compete for a header Saturday during Bonny Eagle's 2-1 victory in a schoolgirl soccer game at Fitzpatrick Stadium.

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Maris Butler, the goalkeeper for Bonny Eagle, goes high to grab the ball over Ashley Frank of Portland.

Theresa Butler had two assists for Lake Region (3-3-1).

Alli Barrett and Jessie Batchelder scored for Traip (4-4).

THORNTON ACADEMY 1, SCARBOROUGH 1: Amanda Arnold scored with seven minutes remaining to pull Thornton Academy (6-1-1) even with the Red Storm (4-1-2) at Scarborough.

Ashley Ronzo scored for the Red Storm in the 12th minute from Haley Carignan.

Katie Mader made six saves for Scarborough. Emily Richard stopped 12 shots for Thornton.

SOUTH PORTLAND 2, DEERING 0: Ericka Lightner broke a scoreless tie with just under 12 minutes remaining and the Red Riots (3-3-1) went on to beat the Rams (4-3) at South Portland.

Domonique Smith made seven saves for the shutout. South Portland increased the lead on a Deering own goal with four minutes to play.

LeeAnn Downs stopped six shots for the Rams.

HALL-DALE 4, WISCASSET 0: Carylanne Wolfington scored two goals, one in each half, to lead the Bulldogs (5-3) over the Redskins (2-6) at Wiscasset.

Kristina Buck and Andrea Frederick also scored.

Brianna Gould made 10 saves for Wiscasset.

WATERVILLE 6, EDWARD LITTLE 1: Freshman Sarah Shoulta scored three goals as the Purple Panthers (6-1) rolled past Edward Little (0-5-2) atWaterville.

Abbie Webster scored twice and assisted on one of Shoulta's goals for Waterville. Lydia Roy scored the Panthers' other goal and Colleen O'Donnell made five saves.

Jaclyn Masters scored an unassisted first-half goal and Taylor Landry made 13 saves for the Red Eddies.

LAWRENCE 4, MT. BLUE 0: Mindy Rowell scored two second-half goals and the Bulldogs (4-3-1) cruised past Mt. Blue (3-3-1) at Fairfield.

Lindsay Morris and Faith Forsythe each added a goal and an assist for Lawrence. Gabby Foy had 19 saves for the Cougars.

MADISON 3, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 1: Courtney Taylor scored her first varsity goal to help the Bulldogs (7-0) stop Spruce Mountain (4-4) at Jay.

Melissa While and Kirsten Wood also scored, and Nathalie Michaud had an assist for Madison. Vanese Barnes answered for Spruce Mountain.

Savanna Kandiko made three saves for Madison. Emily Keene stopped 10 shots for Spruce Mountain.

LISBON 4, MONMOUTH ACADEMY 0: Brooke Lawrence scored a pair of first-half goals to lead the Greyhounds (4-2-1) over the Mustangs (5-3) at Monmouth.

Kayla Angelico and Paige Galligan also scored first-half goals for Lisbon. Natalie Young made 12 saves for Monmouth. Alexa Harmon had six stops for Lisbon.

RICHMOND 8, BUCKFIELD 0: Danica Hurley had two goals and two assists as Richmond (6-1) won at home.

Noell Acord and Sadie Gosse also scored two goals apiece for Richmond, which led 5-0 at halftime.

Amber Loon and Saige Strout scored late goals for the Bobcats.


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