Tuesday, March 11, 2014
FARMINGDALE — Konnor Longfellow had a hat trick as the Hall-Dale High School boys soccer team earned its fifth win of the season, beating Wiscasset 3-0 in a Mountain Valley Conference game Wednesday.
Longfellow scored once in the first half and twice in the second half for Hall-Dale (5-0-0). Tyler Dubois, Nat Crocker and Steve Hubert each had an assist. Brian Allen made 10 saves in goal.
Dylan McMahon had 12 saves for Wiscasset (1-2-1).
Cony 1, Lawrence 0: Juan Antonio Dogre scored an unassisted goal 1:47 into the second overtime to lift the Rams to the KVAC A win in Augusta.
Dogre grabbed his own rebound off the crossbar and put a shot past Lawrence goalie Zach Alley (13 saves).
Brandon Elwell had seven saves for the Rams (2-2-0). Lawrence dropped to 2-2-0.
Mt. Blue 3, Cony 1: Three different players scored to help the Cougars erase a 1-0 deficit and post an Eastern A victory in Augusta.
Hannah LeClair, Victoria Newbill and Krista McLatchy scored for the Cougars (3-2).
Katie Carroll had the lone Cony goal while Lindsay Watts and Emily Bowers had assists.
Lindsay Lapierre had 10 saves for Cony (3-2) while Rileigh Blanchet had three for Mt. Blue.
Telstar 2, Hall-Dale 1: Becca Howard had a goal in each half as the Rebels won the MVC game in Bethel.
Autum Morin had an assist and Halee Barter had three saves for Telstar (3-3).
Lexie Moran scored the lone goal for Hall-Dale (3-3) while Molly French had 16 saves.
Winthrop 1, Oak Hill 0: Rachel Ingram scored a goal with 56 seconds left in the first half to give the Ramblers a win over the Raiders in Wales.
Emily Molino was credited with an assist on the goal.
Winthrop (5-0) goalie Alyssa Arsenault made 15 saves for the shutout.
Abigail Fuller made four saves for Oak Hill (3-3).
Kents Hill 2, Hebron 1 (OT): Freshman Lexi Crites scored on a penalty corner as time expired in overtime to lift the Huskies in Kents Hill.
Meghan Kebalka assisted on the goal.
Kents Hill trailed 1-0 when Sarah Dube forced overtime when she scored with 20 seconds left in regulation. Sophie Boulet had 12 saves for Kents Hill as well.
UMF 5, Lyndon State 0: Junior Jenna Silliboy scored two goals to lead the Beavers past the Hornets in a North Atlantic Conference game Wednesday at Prescott Field.
Kayla Tuttle, Baylee Doughty and Bridget Humphrey also scored for the Beavers (1-3-1, 1-0-0 in NAC).
UMF out-shot Lyndon State 37-7 and held a 10-1 edge in corner kicks.
Lyndon State dropped to 1-4-0, 0-1-0.
Thomas 5, Daniel Webster 0: Miranda Tinsman scored two goals to lead the Terriers to the non-conference victory in Nashua, N.H.
Michelle Greene, Lauren Hachey and Brooklyn Curry also scored for Thomas (3-3), which out-shot Daniel Webster (0-4) 37-1.
Teresa Moscati had 25 saves for the Eagles.
Colby 4, UMF 0: Megan Fortier and McKayla Blanch each scored goals in the opening five minutes of the game and the Mules cruised to the non-conference victory at Bill Alfond Field in Waterville.
Erika Johnson and Misha Strage also scored for the Mules (3-1).
Curran Brierley had 19 saves for the Beavers.
Also Wednesday: Waterville native Brian Potter had three saves for the Husson men’s soccer team, which tied Maine Maritime Academy 0-0 in Castine. ...