October 16, 2021

Krichels goals lift Crusaders over Warriors

FORT KENT – Lily Krichels netted two goals to lead No. 9 John Bapst of Bangor to a 3-1 victory over No. 8 Fort Kent in an Eastern Maine Class B girls soccer prelim game Tuesday.

Taylor Greenlaw scored for the 7-5-3 Crusaders, and Ashley Sanford, Ellen Juskewitch, and Kourtney Lipka each had an assist. Caroline Lassling made five saves on six shots.

Allie Madore scored on a Gabrielle Cyr assist with 14:06 left for the 5-8-2 Warriors. Mindy Morneault stopped seven of 12 attempts.

Class A

Morse 3, Nokomis 0

At Bath, Martha Thomas scored the game’s first goal off a Denise Lucas assist with 36:03 left in the first half to give No. 5 Morse the win over No. 12 Nokomis of Newport.

Lindsey Perkins and Lucas each netted a goal to pad 10-2-3 Morse’s lead. Allison O’Dare and Janel Thomas combined to make six saves on 10 shots.

Rozlyn Peterson made 10 saves on 16 shots for 6-8-1 Nokomis.

Class C

Madawaska 3, Limestone 2

At Madawaska, Sarah Nadeau scored goals five minutes apart in the first half, giving the No. 6 Owls a victory in a snowy contest.

Beth Gerard scored the other goal for 8-6-1 Madawaska, while Abby Michaud and Andrea K. Cyr posted assists. Liz Laplante made four saves on seven shots.

Lindsey Beaulieu and Logan Cousins tallied unassisted second-half goals for No. 11 Limestone (6-7-2). Nikki Michaud came up with 19 saves on 24 shots.

Class D

Katahdin 2, Wisdom 0

At Sherman Station, Ronnie Robinson and K.C. Duffy-Stanley scored first-half goals to propel the sixth-seeded Cougars into the quarterfinals.

Michelle Martin set up both goals for 7-6-2 Katahdin in a game played on a snow-covered field in a steady rain. Clarissa Gallagher and Jayme Green combined to make 13 saves on 17 shots.

Kayla Daigle came up with 10 saves on 22 shots for No. 11 Wisdom of St. Agatha, which finished the season at 5-10.

Hodgdon 1, Central Aroostook 0

At Hodgdon, Brianne McGary scored an unassisted goal with seven minutes left in the first half to lift No. 8 Hodgdon by No. 9 Central Aroostook.

The game was played with snow on the field and during a steady rain.

McGary gathered in the ball from a throw-in, beat several defenders and blasted in the shot for the 9-6 Hawks. Erin Foster made four saves on six shots.

For 6-6 Central Aroostook of Mars Hill, Brittany Lundeen made 14 saves on 17 shots.

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