September 13, 2013

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Rio lifts Mt. Abram boys soccer to win

Staff report

SALEM — Gerardo Rio scored twice as the Mt. Abram boys soccer team beat the Telstar 4-1 in a Mountain Valley Conference game in Salem.

Chris Daly and Trevor Brackley also scored for the Roadrunners (2-1-0). Gavin Haggan had an assist and Tristen Dyer had four saves.

Bronson Dean had 17 saves for the Rebels (1-2-0) and Nick Conrad scored Telstar’s lone goal.

Girls soccer

Madison 1, Wiscasset 0:
Kayla Bess scored with 31:25 remaining in the first half to give the Bulldogs an MVC win over Wiscasset at Madison. Kirsten Wood was credited with an assist on the goal.

Savanna Kandiko made nine saves to preserve the shutout for Madison (3-0).

Kayla Gordon made seven saves for the Wolverines (1-2).

Field hockey

Nokomis 4, Lincoln Academy 0:
Mikayla Pelkey scored a goal in each half as the Warriors beat the Eagles in a KVAC B game called in the second half because of heavy rain in Newport.

Drew Graves and Kayla Braley also scored for Nokomis (4-0-0).

Andrea Call had 17 saves for Lincoln Academy (0-4-0).

College field hockey

Thomas 3, Johnson & Wales 0:
Sophomore Michelle Greene scored twice as the Terriers earned a shut out in their home opener in Waterville.

Greene scored twice in the first half as Thomas (2-2-0) jumped out to a 2-0 lead. Erica Blake added a second half goal. Lauren Hachey added an assist.

Sofia Sourgiadakis had two saves for the Terriers, while Jaclyn Lyons had 12 saves for Johnson & Wales (1-5-0).

Women’s soccer

Thomas 8, Daniel Webster 0
: Kasja Kaufeldt scored twice in the first half as the Terriers cruised to a win over Eagles in Nashua, N.H.

Kristi Hilton, Elizabeth Goodall, Elizabeth McPhillips, Haylee Cote and Kristina Emmons all added a goal for Thomas (2-3-0). Kate Thibodeau stopped one shot to earn the win.

Kerry Hager had six saves for Daniel Webster.

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