October 1, 2013

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: McCormac leads Erskine girls soccer past Gardiner

Staff reports

GARDINER — Emma McCormac had two goals and two assists as the Erskine Academy girls soccer team beat Gardiner 4-0 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Tuesday.

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Monmouth Academy’s Haley Fletcher, right, battles Spruce Mountain’s Audrey Mercier for the ball during the Mustangs’ 3-1 loss to the Phoenix on Tuesday in Monmouth.

Staff photo by Andy Molloy

Avery Bond and Jade Canak also scored for the Erskine (6-2-0) while Bond and Christina Belanger each had an assist.

Cassandra Ray made nine saves for Erskine, while Ally Day had nine for Gardiner (2-7-0).

Hall-Dale 11, Winthrop 0: Eva Shepherd and Maura Stottler each had three goals as the Bulldogs beat the Ramblers in a Mountain Valley Conference game in Winthrop.

Lexi Bourne, Thea Sweet, Lilly Ly, Emily Maynard and Emma Begin also scored for Hall-Dale (6-1-1). Sweet also had two assists, while Clio Barr, Lilly Ly, Andrea Fredericks, Dani Sweet, Emily Markham and Begin each had one. Olivia Maynard and Kayla Johnson combined for two saves.

Hailey Choate had 30 saves for Winthrop (0-7-1).

Richmond 10, Bangor Christian 0:
Meranda Martin scored three straight goals in the first half as the Bobcats jumped out to a 6-0 lead and cruised to the win in Richmond.

Amber Loon and Kelsea Anair each added three goals for Richmond (6-1-0) whlie Morgan Harrington had one. Cameron Hurley had two assists, while Kayla Beaulieu, Nicole Blake, Anair and Martin each had one.

Margaret Macdonald had 29 saves for Bangor Christian.

Spruce Mountain 3, Monmouth 1: The Phoenix scored three times in the first half on their way to an MVC win in Monmouth.

Haley Doyen, Megan Duval and Mikala Holt all scored for Spruce Mountain (7-2-0). Emily Keene had 13 saves.

Kylie Kemp scored in the second half for Monmouth (6-2-0). Mikayla Cameron had seven saves.

Brunswick 3, Cony 0:
Anna Cowan had two goals as the Dragons beat the Rams in a KVAC A game in Augusta.

Madeline Cowan added a goal, while Caley Nicholson and Emily Black each had an assist for Brunswick (5-3-0). Haley Murano had eight saves for the Dragons.

Autumn Sudsbury had eight saves for Cony (5-3-0).

Oak Hill 3, Mountain Valley 2: The Raiders rallied from a two-goal deficit to beat the Falcons in Wales.

Kaitlyn Virgin scored a pair of first-half goals to put Mountain Valley (1-7-0) up 2-0. Lauren Beganny scored from Kayla Jones to get Oak Hill (4-3-1) in the first half. Toni Pushard-Hart tied the game and Meagan Crosby scored the game winner.

Kelsey Collins had 10 saves for Oak Hill.

Boys soccer

Maranacook 4, MCI 0
: Four different players scored to lead the Black Bears in Pittsfield.
Alex Tooth, Alec Daigle and Nick Lacasse each scored goals in the first half before Kody Solmitz capped the scoring with a goal in the second half.

Brad Worcester had 12 saves for Maranacook (9-0-0). Chuck Moriaty had 12 saves for the Huskies (1-7-0).

Hampden 1, Messalonskee 0:
Tristen Gardner’s goal early in the second half lifted the Broncos to the KVAC Class A win in Oakland.

Isaiah Bess made five saves in goal for Hampden (6-1-0) while Jonah Webb made 14 stops for Messalonskee (3-4-1).

Erskine 2, Gardiner 1:
Sam Wilkinson and Ryan Rodrigue scored second-half goals to lead the Eagles to the KVAC Class B win in South China.

Jared Gartley had four saves to earn the win for the Eagles (7-1-0).

Jacob Folsom scored an unassisted goal to pace the Tigers (2-6-1).

Brunswick 2, Cony 1:
Ian Simard scored 17 minutes into the game off a direct kick to give the Rams a 1-0 lead, but the Dragons rallied with a goal in each half to earn the KVAC A victory in Brunswick.

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