September 23, 2013

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Spahr sparks Winthrop field hockey

Kennebec Journal Staff

AUBURN -- Emmah Spahr scored two goals as the Winthrop field hockey team beat St. Dominic 4-0 on Monday.

Spahr scored with a minute left in the first half, then the Ramblers (6-1-0) scored three second half goals to seal the win. Rachel Ingram scored with six minutes left in the second half, followed by a goal by Spahr and freshman Emily Molino's first varsity goals. Ingram added two assists and Jess Ames had one.

Alyssa Arsenault had one save for Winthrop, while Taylor Bergeron had 27 for St. Dominic (2-6-0).

Winslow 2, Erskine 0: Brittany White and Brooke Haskell scored first half goals as the Black Raiders beat the Eagles in a KVAC B game in Winslow.

Mackenzie Winslow added an assist for the Black Raiders (8-0-0).

Alexis Soucy had nine saves for Erskine (1-5-1) including one on a penalty stroke.

Girls soccer

Hall-Dale 3, Mountain Valley 0: Three different players scored goals as the Bulldogs shut out the Falcons in Farmingdale.

Mara Stottler and Lilly Ly each had a goal in the first half, while Eva Shepherd scored in the second half for Hall-Dale (4-1-0). All three players also had an assist.

Olivia Maynard had two saves for Hall-Dale, while Karen Flaherty had 20 saves for Mountain Valley (1-5-0).

Boys soccer

Erskine 9, Belfast 0: Joe York, Sam Wilkinson and Zach Isbell each scored two goals to lead the Eagles to the KVAC B victory in Belfast.

Ryan Rodrigue also had a goal and four assists for Erskine (5-0-0). Trevor Hubbard also scored.

Sam Kulikowski had seven saves to lead the Lions (0-5-1).

Women's soccer

SMCC 9, UMA 0: MIchela Desjardins scored three goals, while Emma Bonneville and Zyrah Giustra each had two in the Seawolves in over the Moose in Augusta.

Jessica Reed and Cassondra Dumond each added a goal, while Sydney Choate had two assists for SMCC (3-2-1, 2-1-0 in the Yankee Small Conference).

UM-Farmington 9, UM-Presque Isle 0: Waterville graduate Kayla Tuttle and Renee Dupre both scored two goals as the Beavers beat the Owls in a non-conference game in Farmington.

Tuttle also had two assists for UMF, while Alexandra Crocker, Bridget Humphrey, Dayle Jordan, Ava Amador and Sarah Pokorny also scored goals. Beth Lebel and Amy Jones combined on the shutout.

Men’s soccer

SMCC 12, UMA 0:
Geiser Tuctuc had two goals and two assists as the Seawovles cruised to a win over the Moose in Augusta.

Anthony Beaulieu added a goal and an assist for SMCC (4-3-0, 3-1-0 in the YSCC).

 

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