Thursday, December 5, 2013
Kennebec Journal Staff
WALES -- Eva Shepherd scored twice and Maura Stottler had a goal and an assist as the Hall-Dale High School girls soccer team earned a 3-0 win over Oak Hill in a Mountain Valley Conference game Wednesday.
Hall-Dale High School’s Emma Wilson, right, runs next to Boothbay High School’s Sophie Thayer during a cross country meet Wednesday at the University of Maine in Augusta. Thayer won the race and Wilson finished second.
FINISHING KICK: Winthrop High School’s Ben Allen runs to the finish line during a cross country meet Wednesday at the University of Maine at Augusta. Allen finished second.
Staff photo by Andy Molloy
Olivia Maynard had three saves for Hall-Dale (5-1-0).
Kelsey Collins stopped 20 shots and Jamie Prue scored for Oak Hill (3-3-1).
Messalonskee 5, Lawrence 3: Kassadi McPherson had a hat trick and McKenna Brodeur added two goals as the Eagles earned their second consecutive win, beating the Bulldogs in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game in Oakland.
Taylor Easler had 15 saves for Messalonskee (2-4).
Marissa Paquette led Lawrence (2-4-1) with two goals, while Taylor Martin added a goal. Paige Belanger had 13 saves for the Bulldogs.
Kents Hill 7, Hyde 0: Sara Grenier had three goals and an assist as the Huskies beat the Phoenix in Bath.
Carmen Adams added two goals and an assist for Kents Hill (1-1-0). Faith Forsythe and Riley Kirk also had a goal each.
Kristen Bailey ahd 12 saves for Hyde (0-2-0).
Wiscasset 7, Winthrop 1: Kasey Cromwell had three goals as the Wolverines beat the Ramblers in an MVC game in Winthrop.
Brooke Carleton, Shania Marr and Sarah Hanley each added a goal for Wiscasset.
Shie Smith scored for Winthrop.
Messalonskee 2, Lawrence 1: Brandon Nale and Ryan Erskine each scored goals to lead the Eagles past the Bulldogs in a KVAC A game in Fairfield.
Jonah Webb made three saves for Messalonskee (2-3-1).
Nick Blomerth scored the lone goal for Lawrence (2-4-0). Zach Alley made 12 saves.
St. Joseph's 3, UM-Farmington 0: Kyle Shangraw scored on a pair of penalty kicks in the first half as the Monks earned their sixth-consecutive win, beating the Beavers in Standish.
Joe Muphry added a goal for St. Joseph's.
Derek Reilly had four saves for UMF.