Sunday, May 19, 2013
BANGOR — Makaela Michonski had her third four-goal game of the season as the Skowhegan Area High School field hockey team beat Bangor 6-0 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Thursday.
Allison Lancaster and Sarah Finnemore also scored for Skowhegan (6-0-0). Brookie Michonski had a pair of assists, while Renee Wright and Zoey Gleason each added one.
Jenna Bishop had 23 saves for Bangor (1-4-0).
Lawrence 0, Brunswick 0, 2OT: Emily Tozier had eight saves as the Bulldogs played to a scoreless tie with the Witches in a KVAC A game in Brewer.
Kayla Williams had a defensive save for Brewer (2-2-2).
Lawrence (4-1-1) had seven of its 16 shots in overtime.
Winslow 8, Morse 0: Alli LeClair had three goals as the Black Raiders blanked the Shipbuilders in Bath.
Brooke Haskell added two goals for Winslow (4-2), while Ciera Poulin, Sarah Wildes, and Jenn Poulin had one apiece. Goalies Alexis Lachance and Delaney Wood combined for three saves.
Bryanna Ringrose finished with 24 saves for Morse (0-5).
Mt. View 6, Maranacook 0: Kersey Boulay and Andrea Smith each had two goals as the Mustangs beat the Black Bears in a KVAC B game in Readfield.
Brittany Masessa and Braley Leadbetter also scored for Mt. View (4-2-0). Larissa Hannan had an assist and Abbie Charrier made one save for the Mustangs.
Maranacook falls to 0-5-0.
Nokomis 1, Oceanside 1, 2 OT: The Mariners scored with 2:01 left in the game to salvage the tie against Nokomis in Newport.
Nokomis led 1-0 in the first half on a goal by Taylor Lovley, set up by Kelsey Kerstetter. Oceanside tried the game when Brooke Dugan assisted on a goal by Isabella Garver.
Kendra Underhill had 10 saves for Nokomis (3-1-1). Zoe Billington made 12 saves for Oceanside (4-1-1).
MCI 7, Lincoln 1: Carolyn Newhouse scored four goals and assisted on a fifth to lead the Huskies to the win over the Eagles in Newcastle.
Katie George had two goals and an assist for MCI (2-2), and Kali Doion also scored. Paige Larochelle and Katelyn Sousa chipped in with assists.
Abbie Farrin scored for Lincoln (0-5), the team’s first goal of the season. Andrea Call made seven saves.