October 1, 2013

High School Roundup: Unbeaten Falmouth wins, 3-1

From staff reports

YARMOUTH - Taylor Russell and Megan Miller each had a goal and an assist Monday as Falmouth topped Yarmouth 3-1 in a Western Maine Conference girls' soccer game.

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Taylor Russell, second from the left, gets congratuled by Mary Catherine Kowalsky, left, Laura Bauer and Brianna Russell after scoring in Monday’s girls’ soccer game against Yarmouth. Falmouth won, 3-1.

Photos by John Patriquin/Staff Photographer

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Yarmouth’s Abby Belisle-Haley, left, and Falmouth’s Georgia Babikian battle for the ball in Monday’s Western Maine Conference girls’ soccer game. Falmouth won 3-1 at Yarmouth.

Russell converted a corner from Miller to start the scoring before Yarmouth's Gretchen Barbera made it 1-1 at the half.

Miller scored on a penalty kick and Tyler Spence added an insurance goal for Falmouth (7-0).

Maggie Seitz made four saves for the Yachtsmen while Shannon Fallon stopped six shots for the Clippers (4-2-1).

FREEPORT 3, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 0: Brooke Heathco, Maddie Squibb and Lizzy Martin each netted a goal to lift the Falcons (6-3) over the Panthers (4-3-1) at Freeport.

Ashley Richardson, Emily Morang and Julia Smith each recorded assists for Freeport.

NYA keeper Scout Fischman made 25 saves. Livvy Dimick needed four saves for the shutout.

CAPE ELIZABETH 5, KENNEBUNK 0: Lizzie Raftice converted a pair of free kicks to lead the Capers (6-1-1) to a win over the Rams (2-5-1) at Cape Elizabeth.

GREELY 3, YORK 0: Liz Clifford, Allie Morrill and Izzy Hutnak scored as the Rangers (6-2) blanked the Wildcats (3-4-1) at Cumberland.

SANFORD 4, BONNY EAGLE 0: Vanessa Hodge opened the scoring 7:57 into the game and finished with two goals and one assist as the Spartans (2-5) scored four first-half goals to cruise past the Scots (0-7-1) at Sanford.

WAYNFLETE 3, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 1: Isabel Canning, Leigh Fernandez and Ella Millarg had a goal apiece as the Flyers (5-1-1) got past the Seagulls (0-6) at Portland.

Abby Dubois scored for Old Orchard Beach.

BOYS' SOCCER

GREELY 3, YORK 0: Aidan Black, Matt Crowley and Austin Nowinski scored as the Rangers (6-1-1) downed the Wildcats (3-1-4) at York.

Alex McAdoo made six saves in the shutout.

PINE TREE ACADEMY 12, A.R. GOULD 1: Andrew Goorhuis scored five goals to lead the Breakers (5-0) to a win over the Bears (2-4) at South Portland.

Chris Hogan scored for A.R. Gould.

KENNEBUNK 3, CAPE ELIZABETH 0: Robbie Burns opened the scoring in the 14th minute and added an insurance goal with 15 minutes left in regulation as the Rams (5-2-1) pulled away from the Capers (2-3-2) at Kennebunk.

Kennebunk keeper Ben Wilson made four saves forthe shutout.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 3, FREEPORT 0: Jackson Cohan-Smith opened the scoring 24 minutes into the game and collected an assist in the second half as the Panthers (8-0) downed the Falcons (2-5-1) at Yarmouth.

DJ Nicholas added a pair of second- half goals for the Panthers.

Austin Kidder and Clayton Manchester combined for five saves in recording the fifth shutout of the season for NYA.

SACOPEE VALLEY 2, TRAIP 0: Justin Ray scored both goals in the second half to give the Hawks (6-1-1) a victory over the Rangers (2-4-1) at South Hiram.

Hawks goalie Mike Pingree made six saves for the shutout.

Traip's Alex Bailey stopped 11 shots.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 7, WELLS 1: Ignago Caulla Ferrer scored a pair of goals to pace the Raiders (3-3-1) as they cruised past the Warriors (1-7) at Wells.

Joe Schrader, Tucker Huppe, Ben Davis, Gabe Perry and Paulo Marin added one goal apiece for Fryeburg.

Cody Cousins scored for Wells.

FIELD HOCKEY

SOUTH PORTLAND 3, NOBLE 1: Kristina Salafia scored a pair of goals to lead the Red Riots (2-7) over the visiting Knights (1-8).

Lydia Henderson also scored a goal for South Portland and Courtney Pelkey and Courtney Trufant each collected an assist.

Marissa Goodrich scored for Noble.

WINTHROP 6, BOOTHBAY 0: Emily Molino had three goals and an assist to lead the host Ramblers (9-1) over the Seahawks (0-9).

 

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