Thursday, April 24, 2014
From staff reports
WINDHAM - Logan Provencher scored two goals, one on a penalty stroke, to help Massabesic to a 4-1 victory against Windham in an SMAA field hockey game Thursday.
Alex Staples and Jackie Guillemette also scored, and Abby Greenleaf made seven saves for Massabesic (10-1).
Hannah Skvorak answered for Windham (4-9).
MARSHWOOD 7, NOBLE 0: Lindsey Poirier scored two goals, and Abigail Doyle, Ashley Hickey, Karissa Boesch, Ashley Tice and Cassie MacPherson added one each to lead the Hawks (10-3) past the Knights (1-12) at North Berwick.
Cassidy Smith finished with six saves for Marshwood.
Bridgette Hills had 24 saves for Noble.
GORHAM 5, PORTLAND 1: Hannah Southard scored three goals in the first half to lead the Rams (7-5-1) over the Bulldogs (3-10) at Portland.
Andrea Stemm and Reagan Emerson added second-half goals. Meagan Baker made three saves for the win.
Lauren McIntyre scored and Gianna Gaudet had six saves for Portland.
WESTBROOK 3, BIDDEFORD 0: Micaela LeBeau had two goals as the Blue Blazes (8-5) shut out the Tigers (7-6) at Westbrook.
Katie Berry added an unassisted goal, and Siobhan Foley and Lea Hopkins earned assists.
FALMOUTH 2, YORK 0: Taylor Russell and Mia Cooney scored in the second half, and Adelaide Cooke made nine saves as the Yachtsmen (9-2) topped the Wildcats (4-5-3) at York.
Emma Rohrer stopped eight shots and sweeper Samantha Robinson was a defensive standout for York.
MT. ARARAT 2, LAWRENCE 0: Nikki Bradstreet and Torri Pelletier scored, and Kate Guerin recorded the shutout for the Eagles against the Bulldogs (4-6-1) at Fairfield.
HALL-DALE 5, LISBON 0: Eva Shepherd and Maura Stottler scored in the first half, and Signe Lynch, Thea Sweet and Addie Davis scored in the second half for Hall-Dale (8-1-1).
Dani Sweet, Emily Maynard and Clio Barr each had an assist, and Olivia Maynard had five saves.
Ally Sult and Dakota Bisson combined for 13 saves for Lisbon (5-6).
GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 0: Julia Martell scored with 2:49 left following an assist from Maria Valente as the Patriots (6-5) edged the Raiders (3-4-2) at Gray.
Zoe Adams made seven saves for the win.
MORSE 2, MARANACOOK 1: Ruth Nadeau and Amanda Gagne scored to lift the Shipbuilders to a victory in Readfield.
Madison Olson had nine saves to lead Morse (8-2-2).
Natalie Wicks scored for Maranacook (4-5-3), while Elizabeth D'Angelo had 10 saves.
PINE TREE ACADEMY 3, VALLEY 1: Allison Verrill scored two goals and Trinity Skiadas added another to lead Pine Tree in Bingham.
Amanda Landry scored and Samantha West had eight saves to lead Valley. Charlie Savoy also had an assist.
MT. BLUE 2, BRUNSWICK 2: Lena Martin scored an unassisted goal with 11:35 left to help Brunswick earn a tie at Farmington.
Eryn Dorion and Savannah Swain scored for Mt. Blue (5-4-3). Julia Champagne scored for Brunswick (7-4-1), while Haley Murano had 14 saves.
Thia Bridges had 28 saves for the Cougars.
SCARBOROUGH 3, WINDHAM 0: Mary Cleary and Kayla Savage combined for 13 kills for the Red Storm in a 25-13, 25-17, 25-14 victory against the Eagles at Windham.
YARMOUTH 3, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: The Clippers (8-1) swept the Red Riots (0-11) by scores of 25-13, 25-13 and 25-21 at Yarmouth.
Hannah Elrick had six aces and Makenzie Sheehan made five kills for Yarmouth.
Sydney Smith had four aces for South Portland.
GREELY 3, BIDDEFORD 0: The Rangers (8-3) swept the Tigers (6-5) 25-21, 25-14 and 25-23 at Biddeford.
Joselyn Moody had 10 kills, and Sam Daigle had a strong game in the back row for the Tigers.
FALMOUTH 3, GORHAM 1: Riley Burfeind finished with 17 service points, eight aces and 12 kills, and Megan Tammaro added eight service points, two aces and 19 assists to lead the Yachtsmen (10-1) past the Rams (4-7), with scores of 25-16, 25-13, 23-25 and 25-22 at Falmouth.
Katrina Meserve added 15 service points, two aces and eight kills, along with Ally Hickey's five kills and six blocks for Falmouth.
Samantha Robinson led Gorham with 26 digs, four aces, and 11 service points, and Charlene Landry added seven assists, nine digs and eight service points.