St. Joseph’s scores five goals in 8 minutes, cruises to 7-0 win over Green Mountain

Lizzie Calnan capped a five-goal outburst in an eight-minute span of the first half with back-to-back goals as St. Joseph’s beat Green Mountain 7-0 in a women’s soccer game Sunday at Poultney, Vt.

Jodi Pollack, Sam Peters, Lauren Chouinard, Doe Leckie and Stacy Anuszweski also scored for the Monks (2-0).

FIELD HOCKEY: Zoe Adkins converted a rebound off a penalty corner with 5:10 left in regulation to lift Maine (3-4) to a 2-1 win over Bryant (1-5) at Orono.

Annabelle Hamilton opened the scoring in the 27th minute for the Black Bears. Bryant tied it with 12:30 left in the second half.

Amanda Celeta scored off a corner in the first half and added a second goal late in the game to lead St. Joseph’s (3-0) to a 2-0 win at home against Anna Maria.

Caroline Malone scored off a rebound five minutes into overtime as visiting Babson (3-1) rallied from a three-goal, second-half deficit to earn a 6-5 win over the University of New England (1-2).

Hayley LaPointe collected two goals and an assist to pace the Nor’easters.

MEN’S SOCCER: Anthony Frangione scored his first career goal with 3:44 left in the second overtime to give the University of New England (2-2) a 1-0 victory over New England College (1-2-1) at Biddeford.

Aidan McParland finished with five saves to record the shutout.


SCARBOROUGH DOWNS: Heath Campbell drove Obrigado to victory in the Colts and Geldings Trotting final, then won with Pembroke Violet in the Filly Pacing division during the Maine Sire Stakes Championships.

Pembroke Violet’s time of 1:56.4 broke the track record of 1:57.1 set by Barbra Ann in 2010.

Other winners included Song of Virtue in the Filly Trotting race and Neutral Data in the Pacing Colt final.


LPGA: Paula Creamer and Jiyai Shin played until dark, and still couldn’t break their deadlock in the Kingsmill Championship at Williamsburg, Va.

After they each parred the par-4 18th hole eight times in a playoff, darkness forced the suspension of play. They will resume Monday morning on the par-4 16th hole.

Creamer took a one-stroke lead into the final hole of regulation, but three-putted, missing a 5-footer for par. She finished with an even-par 71 and Shin shot a 69, leaving them tied at 16 under.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Sweden’s Peter Hanson won the KLM Open at Hilversum, Netherlands, for his fifth European Tour title, holing a 35-foot eagle putt on the final hole for a two-stroke victory.

Hanson finished at 14-under 266. Scotland’s Richie Ramsay and Spain’s Pablo Larrazabal tied for second.


FORMULA ONE: McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton won the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, and Fernando Alonso of Ferrari finished third to extend his overall points lead.

— From staff and news services