September 14, 2013

High School Roundup: Mustangs earn OT victory

From staff reports

SACO - Jackie Guillemette converted a penalty corner 2:42 into overtime to give Massabesic a 4-3 win over Thornton Academy in an SMAA field hockey game Friday.

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Brooke Heathco, center, gets a hug from Freeport teammate Alyssa Richardson after scoring the first goal in the Falcons’ 2-1 win Friday over Wells.

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Maddie Taylor of Wells heads the ball in front of teammate Natalie Thurber. The Warriors’ comeback bid fell short in a 2-1 loss to Freeport.

Maggie Redman's second goal of the game early in the second half put Massabesic ahead 3-1, but Libby Pomerleau answered with two goals, completing a hat trick.

Alex Staples also scored for Massabesic (3-1), and Abby Greenleaf stopped four shots. Gabrielle Capozzi made five saves for Thornton (2-2).

BONNY EAGLE 2, DEERING 2: Amanda LeMoult scored her second goal of the game early in the second half as Deering (0-3-1) earned a tie against Bonny Eagle (3-0-1) at Standish.

After Deering jumped out to an early lead, Bonny Eagle went ahead 2-1 on a pair of first-half goals by Leah Carter.

Ashlyn Wintle made eight saves for Bonny Eagle. Deering keeper Sadie Rhinehardt stopped six shots.

CAPE ELIZABETH 2, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 0: Taylor Herrera scored late in the first half and assisted on an insurance goal midway through the second as the Capers (3-1) edged the Raiders (2-2) at Cape Elizabeth.

Abi McInerney scored the second-half goal for the Capers. Mary DiPietro made three saves to record the shutout.

FREEPORT 5, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Hannah Williams recorded a hat trick to lead the Falcons (1-3) over the Patriots (0-4) at Falmouth.

Freeport also got goals from Dani Foster and Emily Sturtevant.

Sara Carter scored the lone Gray-New Gloucester goal.

LAKE REGION 8, POLAND 0: Abby Scott-Mitchell, Lucy Fowler and Destiny Durant scored two goal apiece to lead the Lakers (3-1) past the Knights (0-3) at Naples.

Megan Skarbinksy and Elizabeth Shriver added a goal each. Meghan VanLoan needed just two saves to record the shutout.

NOKOMIS 4, LINCOLN ACADEMY 0: Mikayla Pelkey scored in each half as the Warriors (4-0) beat the Eagles (0-4) in a game stopped in the second half because of heavy rain in Newport.

Andrea Call had 17 saves for Lincoln Academy.

OAK HILL 1, DIRIGO 0: Kylee Veilleux scored with an assist from Hayley Marshall on a corner midway through the second half as the Raiders (3-1) beat the Cougars (0-4) at Dixfield.

Abby Fuller stopped three shots to earn the shutout. Amanda Dolloff had seven saves for Dirigo.


FREEPORT 2, WELLS 1: Livie Dimick made eight saves as the Falcons (2-1) held off the Warriors (1-2) in a game played at Durham Community School.

Brooke Heathco scored at 30:25 of the first half, assisted by Courtney Broderick, to give the Falcons a 1-0 lead. Freeport went up by two goals when Julia Smith scored 3:28 into the second half, assisted by Nina Moore.

Wells got a goal from Sophie Lamb six minutes later. Kate Tufts kept the Warriors close with 14 saves.

THORNTON ACADEMY 10, NOBLE 1: Amanda Arnold scored four goals to pace the Trojans (3-0) against the Knights (0-3) at Saco.

Tori Daigle opened the scoring 3:15 into the match. Hannah Fields answered for Noble 43 seconds later, scoring off a corner kick, but Thornton added five more goals before halftime.

Daigle finished with two goals. Kaley McCrum, Haley DaGraca, Brooke Cross and Emily Harris added a goal each.

MADISON 1, WISCASSET 0: Kayla Bess scored with 31:25 remaining in the first half to give the Bulldogs (3-0) a win over the Wolverines (1-2) at Madison. Kirsten Wood was credited with an assist. Savanna Kandiko made nine saves in the shutout.

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