2017-09-11 / Sports

Brunswick earns first volleyball win

Morse football rolls over Patriots
The Times Record


MT. ARARAT’S KATIE LYNCH races through the course at the Quabacook Relays at McMann Field Complex in Bath on Saturday. See more photos on B1. 
ERIC MAXIM / THE TIMES RECORD MT. ARARAT’S KATIE LYNCH races through the course at the Quabacook Relays at McMann Field Complex in Bath on Saturday. See more photos on B1. ERIC MAXIM / THE TIMES RECORD BRUNSWICK

The Brunswick High School girls volleyball team earned its first varsity win all-time on Saturday, downing North Yarmouth Academy in a three-set thriller.

The Dragons improved to 1-2 after a 25-17, 17-25, 22-25, 25-11, 15-10 victory over the Panthers.

“Every player contributed to the program’s first varsity victory,” said Brunswick coach Kaili Phillips, whose Dragons host Wells on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Brunswick was led by the strong serving of junior Sophie Katz (12 aces), senior Tahlya Edgerton (two aces) and sophomore Kathleen Trapp (two aces). Junior setter Emma Dorr also had seven assists and senior middle Mackenzie Burrows had three kills.

Phillips spoke about the win. “I’d say that it’s very validating. I feel, and I hope the girls feel, like — ‘Yes. We are doing the right things. We are practicing the right way. We are on the right track.’

“The fact that every player saw playing time in this win is huge to me, too, as it shows they are flexible enough to play with different people around them and still do their individual jobs within the system. This wasn’t an easy win — we had to come back from a huge deficit in Game 3 to make the score competitive. If we hadn’t shown that mental toughness, we likely would’ve lost the match in four sets.”

Football

GRAY — Morse rolled to a dominating 48-7 Class C South victory over Gray- New Gloucester on Friday.

The Shipbuilders, who led 40-0 at the half, improved to 1-1 and visits Yarmouth this upcoming Friday at 7 p.m.

Running backs Sebastian Tibbetts (nine carries, 47 yards, two touchdowns), Parker Onorato (8-61, TD) and Tyreik Foster (7-48, TD) led Morse on the ground, while Arius Eich added a score and Corey Larmon was a perfect 4-for-4 on 2- point conversions. Lukas Osterhout hauled in a 30- yard pass, and the offensive line of Alex Martin, Trever Santiago, Hunter Raedel, Ihsan Myers, William Carrolton, Hayden Thompson and Lukas Osterhout did a solid job up front.

Defensively Eich and Tibbetts each had three tackles for loss, Alex Martin had two tackles and blocked a punt, Myers had two tackles, and the defensive line of Osterhout, Trever Santiago, Karl Shumaker, Martin, Carrolton, Thompson and Reid Barabe had a dominating performance.

MT. ARARAT 0

FALMOUTH 37

Joe Bryant ran for a touchdown and threw for one as the host Yachtsmen rolled to a Class B South win over Mt. Ararat on Friday.

Falmouth (2-0) led 6-0 after a quarter, 19-0 at the half and 25-0 after three.

Emmett Zinn returned an interception for a score.

Mt. Ararat visits Noble on Friday at 7 p.m.

FREEPORT 0

LAKE REGION 12

The Lakers scored a touchdown in the first and second quarters, and the defense kept the Falcons out of the endzone for a win at Naples on Friday.

Freeport fell to 0-2 and hosts York on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Pownal Recreation Field.

Andrew Douglass gave Lake Region (1-1) a 6-0 lead in the first quarter, and True Meyers caught a TD pass from Derek Montville in second.

Freeport quarterback Josh Burke had a combined 49 yards of offense and made five solo tackles on defense.

Nine penalties for 85 yards hurt the Falcons, the biggest coming when a Burke 62- yard TD run was negated.

Field hockey

LEWISTON — Shea Sullivan and Anna Rider each scored a goal after a lightning delay as Brunswick captured a 2-0 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Lewiston on Friday.

Sullivan opened the scoring off a Rider setup, and Sullivan returned the favor on Rider’s goal.

The Blue Devils held a 10-0 edge in shots and a 7-4 advantage in corners.

Ainsley Harrower had 10 saves for the win. Hollie Imperato, Kristen Hummer, Maggie Folsom and Eliza Rudalevidge played well for Brunswick (2-1).

LISBON 1

OAK HILL 2

Maegan Sheehy converted a pass from Zoe Buteau late in the second overtime as the Raiders (3-2) downed the Greyhounds (0-3) at Wales.

Lisbon, which dropped its second straight overtime contest, hosts Telstar today at 4 p.m.

Buteau staked Oak Hill to a 1-0 lead early in the second half, but Lisbon’s Sadie Hardit tied the contest off a feed from Mallory Fairbanks.

LAKE REGION 0

FREEPORT 1

The Falcons scored an early goal and held off the Lakers at Bowdoin College in Western Maine Conference play on Friday.

Natalie Anderson scored at the 15-minute mark for the game’s only goal, and netminder Katelyn Rouleau had six stops for the shutout.

FREEPORT 1

FRY. ACADEMY 0

Freeport hit the road on Saturday and came away with another one-goal WMC win, improving to 2-0-1.

Lauren Schenker had the goal, with Grace Schnyder picking up an assist.

Rouleau was solid again, making three saves. Fryeburg Academy (0-2) netminder Bridget Fahey had two stops.

Freeport visits Cape Elizabeth on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

CONY 3

MT. ARARAT 1

The visiting Rams scored three first-half goals en route to a KVAC win over the Eagles in Topsham on Thursday.

Cari Hopkins had two goals, while Julia Reny picked up one for Cony.

Mt. Ararat (2-1) looked to make a second-half run after Holly Temple scored off a corner from Fiona Hoang and Brea Holtet.

But Cony goaltender Jackie Carlton had six saves. Mt. Ararat’s Lily Schenk had nine saves while Emma Lapreziosa had four.

Mt. Ararat visits Bangor on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Girls soccer

TOPSHAM — Alexa Gurney’s scored goal with 16:38 left in the second half lifted Mt. Ararat to a 3-3 KVAC tie with Edward Little on Friday.

The Eagles are 1-0-1 heading into Tuesday’s road tilt against rival Brunswick. The Red Eddies are 1-1-1.

Emma Hawke and Gurney scored in the game’s first nine minutes for a 2-0 Mt. Ararat lead.

But, EL battled back, getting a goal each from Ella Boucher, Desiree Roussel and Hannah Chaput for a 3-2 halftime lead.

Zoe Stilphen had 15 saves for the Eagles, while Red Eddies netminder Taylor Depot had a dozen stops.

VINALHAVEN 0

RICHMOND 6

Caitlin Kendrick and Abby Johnson each scored two goals as the 2-1 Bobcats rolled to an East-West Conference win over the Vikings.

Leah Wescott and Aicha Chadly added a goal each in the win, with Destiny Anair earning a pair of assists, and Ashley Brown, Kendrick, Emily Snowdon and Bre Vintinner chipping in an assist each.

Sydney Underhill-Tilton and Kennedy Chandler combined on two saves in the Richmond cage.

Vinalhaven (1-1) goaltender Gilley-Anne Davis-Oakes had 13 saves.

Richmond visits Sacopee Valley on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

BRUNSWICK 2

LEWISTON 0

The visiting Dragons received a goal each from Marley Groat and Lea Scrapchansky for a KVAC win over Lewiston.

Sara Scrapchansky and Isabella Banks each earned an assist as Brunswick improved to 3-0.

Brunswick’s Beth Labbe and Lewiston’s Gemma Landry each had eight saves.

FREEPORT 0

YARMOUTH 5

Sara D’Appolonia tallied two penalty-kick goals as the Clippers downed the Falcons in WMC action on Saturday.

Yarmouth (4-0) led 1-0 at the half on D’Appolonia’s first goal, then exploded for four goals in the second frame. Parker Harnett chipped in a goal.

Freeport visits Fryeburg Academy on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

WISCASSET 3

TELSTAR 1

Grace Webber scored two goals as the Wolverines won at Bethel on Friday.

Wiscasset, 3-0 and slated to host Dirigo on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m., led 1-0 at the half as Lily Souza set up Webber for the game’s first goal.

Webber scored off a corner kick from sister Gwen Webber 5:20 into the second half, and Kathleen Trask cleaned up a scrum in front of the Telstar (0-2-1) cage for a 3-0 Wiscasset lead with 11:33 left.

Aneck Bartlett tallied the lone goal for the Rebels with 6:50 remaining.

Lindsey Gordon had six saves for Wiscasset.

Boys soccer

SALEM — Noah Austin scored a goal as Lisbon and Mt. Abram played to a 1-1 deadlock in Mountain Valley Conference play on Friday.

Ben Butterfield answered for the Roadrunners (0-1-1) in the second half.

Jonah Sautter turned away 15 shots for Lisbon, with Mt. Abram netminders Nate Luce and Jack Deming combining on two stops.

Lisbon visits Spruce Mountain today at 4 p.m.

MT. ARARAT 1

EDWARD LITTLE 2

The host Red Eddies scored the winning goal with 12:33 left in regulation for a KVAC win over the Eagles (1-2) in Auburn on Friday.

Ahmed Abadir scored off a Joel Musese assist in the first half for a 1-0 EL lead.

Mt. Ararat battled back as Travis Nadeau struck off a setup from Ethan Rac.

However, Musese’s unassisted tally gave the Red Eddies (3-0) the win.

Gavin Patterson had seven saves for the Eagles, with Noah Sterling turning away six shots for EL.

Mt. Ararat hosts Brunswick Tuesday at 7 p.m.

WISCASSET 1

TELSTAR 5

The hosts Rebels led by three in the first half for an MVC win over Wiscasset, which fell to 0-2 and hosts Carrabec on Tuesday at 5 p.m.

Tristan Lilly led Telstar (1- 1) with a pair of goals.

Matt Chapman picked up the lone goal for Wiscasset, while Sam Strozier had 15 saves between the pipes.

FREEPORT 2

GREELY 3

The host Rangers jumped out to a two-goal first-half lead and held off a Freeport rally in WMC action at Cumberland on Friday.

Andy Moore, Quinn Malloy and Hazael Tshituka had a goal each for Greely (1-2).

Joe Ashby and Caleb Arsenault each scored for the Falcons, who fell to 1-1 and visits Fryeburg Academy on Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.

MORSE 0

MARANACOOK 6

Connor Stockwell had three goals as the Black Bears (3-0) pulled away for a KVAC win over Morse on Saturday in Readfield.

Micah Charette chipped in two goals.

Miles Bobbe had several point-blank saves in the Shipbuilder cage, while defender Dominic Green made the play of the game, stopping a sure Maranacook goal by heading the ball away from the goal line.

Morse (0-3-1) hosts Leavitt on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

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