Wednesday, June 19, 2013
From staff and news services
STANDISH - Senior captain Teddy Palmer scored 1:29 into overtime Wednesday to boost St. Joseph's past Endicott 1-0 in a nonconference men's soccer game at Standish.
When the Monks (7-6-4) went into their seventh overtime game of the year, Palmer made quick work of the session by one-timing a right-to-left cross from Alex Day into the lower right corner.
Freshman goalie Scott Benner made four saves to record the shutout for the Monks. Austin Peluso finished with six stops for Endicott (7-6-2).
USM 1, UMF 0: Mazen Aljari found the back of the net in the 16th minute to provide all the offense Southern Maine (4-9) would need to beat UMaine-Farmington (1-12) at Farmington. Ahmed Bin Afif got an assist on the winner.
Goaltender Jeremy Turner made nine saves to hold off the Beavers, who outshot the Huskies, 23-12. Farmington keeper Paul Dupre was credited with four stops.
COLBY 3, USM 0: Janie O'Halloran scored unassisted in the 40th minute to put Colby (7-3) ahead for good in a win over Southern Maine (2-10) at Gorham.
The Mules took a 2-0 lead in the 56th minute when Annie Papadellis scored after a corner kick with assists from Grace Dickinson and Emma Marjollet. Cami Notaro finished the scoring with a 22-yard shot over goalie Marissa Temple.
Temple had 10 saves in the match while Colby's Emily Brook had one stop for the shutout.
JOHNSON & WALES 3, UNE 0: Sophomore Kyle Metz had two goals to lead Johnson & Wales (8-6-1) over the University of New England (6-7) at Biddeford.
The Wildcats took the lead in the 42nd minute when Metz scored with a header off a pass from Kyle Corridon. Metz scored again in the 81st minute, this time set up by Dustin Hughes. Johnson & Wales tacked on one more goal in the 87th minute with Hughes setting up Drew Lightfoot for the score.
Keeper Austin Scoggin registered a shutout for Johnson & Wales with four saves. Aidan McParland finished with 10 saves for the Nor'easters.
VIRGINIA: The Cavaliers could be without point guard Jontel Evans when they open the season at George Mason.
Evans, the Cavaliers' lone scholarship senior, suffered a stress fracture in his right foot while in practice in late September and had surgery Oct. 2. Evans said he expects to be back in about six weeks.
The Cavaliers will also be without Malcolm Brogdon, who can also play point guard, while he rehabs from foot surgery last March.
Brogdon said he's not sure when he'll be cleared to play.
Evans started all 32 games last season as the Cavaliers reached the NCAA tournament.