October 13, 2013

Girls' Roundup: Unbeaten Wildcats shut out Capers

From staff reports

CAPE ELIZABETH - Lily Posternak scored three goals as York pulled away with four second-half goals to beat Cape Elizabeth 5-0 in a Western Maine Conference field hockey game Saturday.

Taylor Simpson added a goal and an assist, and Alie Jones also scored for the Wildcats (13-0).

York goalie Livy Golini did not have to make a save. Mary Di-Pietro stopped 12 shots for Cape Elizabeth (9-4).

MT. ARARAT 11, BRUNSWICK 1: Caitlin LaFountain scored six times and chipped in an assist to lead the Eagles (7-7) past the visiting Dragons (1-13).

Kristen Pierce added three goals, and Carly Raymond had a goal and four assists.

GARDINER 2, CAMDEN HILLS 0: Nickyia Lovely scored a goal and assisted on another to lead the Tigers (10-3) to a win in Rockport.

Lovely scored in the first half, assisted by Madealine Reny, then set up a goal by Emily Malinowski off a penalty corner later in the half.

Desi Dodd made 15 saves for Camden Hills (5-8).

SOUTH PORTLAND 0, BONNY EAGLE 0: Hannah Gato stopped 10 shots, including a first-half penalty stroke by Cassidy Merrill, allowing South Portland (2-9-1) to come away with a tie against Bonny Eagle (4-6-3) at Standish.

Ashlyn Wintle did not have to make a save for Bonny Eagle.


BIDDEFORD 2, SANFORD 1: Shaina Speight scored on a free kick with 3:05 left to lift the Tigers (8-2-1) over the Spartans (2-9) at Biddeford.

The Tigers took the lead midway through the first half on Erin Martin's goal.

Summer Camire scored the equalizer on an assist from Lauren Fink.

Olivia Curtis made 14 saves for the Tigers. Sanford keeper Aisling Tiernan stopped 10 shots.

YARMOUTH 1, KENNEBUNK 0: Cory Langenbach sent a through ball to Emma Torres, who scored on a breakaway seven minutes into the second half as the Clippers (5-3-3) edged the Rams (2-9-1) at Yarmouth.

Shannon Fallon finished with four saves to record the shutout. Kennebunk keeper Kyra Schwartzman made 12 saves.

MT. ARARAT 4, BREWER 0: Nikki Bradstreet scored a pair of goals and Kate Guerin recorded the shutout for the Eagles (11-1) against the Witches (1-9-1) at Brewer.

Libby Ouellette and Torri Pelletier added a goal apiece.

BUCKFIELD 5, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 0: Naudia Wesley scored three goals to lead the Bucks (8-4-1) over the Lions (0-8) at South Portland.

Bri Damon and Gabby Jones added a goal apiece.

Clarissa Jones made 10 saves for the Lions.

HALL-DALE 2, MONMOUTH 2: Emily Maynard scored with nine seconds left in regulation to help Hall-Dale secure a tie at Monmouth.

Kylie Kemp scored in the first half for Monmouth (6-4-1) and Maura Stottler scored in the first half for Hall-Dale (8-1-2). Shannon Buzzell scored from Kemp in the second half to give Monmouth the lead.

Mikayla Cameron had seven saves for Monmouth, while Olivia Maynard made eight saves for Hall-Dale.

CARRABEC 2, MT. ABRAM 0: Brooklynne Lewis had a goal and an assist to lead the Cobras (7-4-1) to a win over the Roadrunners (5-7) in Salem.

Paige Chadbourne added a goal for Carrabec, while Hannah Atwood had an assist. Macy Welch made nine saves.

Allison Lopez had 21 saves for Mt. Abram.


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