Soccer season winding down

12 years ago

    On Monday at East Millinocket, the Katahdin Cougars were edged 4-2 by Schenck.
    Billy Livezey scored both goals for Katahdin and goalie Cody Brownlee had six saves on 17 shots faced. The Cougars are 1-8, while the Wolverines improve to 5-2.
    Schenk’s keeper, Jon Chiasson, had five saves on 13 shots.
Photograph courtesy of Tracey Albert
sp-katboys-dcx3-pt-39CONTAINS — Southern Aroostook’s Mason Caron, No. 7, looks to contain Katahdin’s Billy Livezey.

    Last Friday, the Hodgdon/GHCA boys soccer team topped host Limestone, 4-3, in overtime.
    Josh Hudson scored his second goal of the game in double overtime, while Chris Hudson and Jimmy Buzzell each netted a goal earlier in the game. Matt Harmon added an assist, while Chris Hudson and Brandon Malone combined in goal to stop 18 of 30 shots.
    For Limestone/MSSM, Bret Butler had nine saves on 18 shots faced.
    At Fort Kent last Friday, the Houlton Shiretowners and Warriors ended in a 1-all double overtime tie.
    Jimmy Fitzpatrick’s goal, assisted by Kyle Bouchard, stood up for Houlton, while Abraham Desjardins scored unassisted for Fort Kent.
    Houlton keeper Kole Buzzeo blocked six of 16 shots, while Fort Kent’s Cody Plourde stopped seven of 15 shots.
    In other Friday action, the Southern Aroostook Warriors picked up a 3-0 win over host Katahdin in Stacyville.
    Austin White had three saves on five shots on goal, while Livezey and Brownlee combined for four saves on 12 shots for Katahdin.
    Cody Lassonde scored and assisted on a goal for Southern Aroostook, while Gage LaFay and Parker Walker each added a tally for the winners.
    On Monday, Sept. 17, the Hodgdon/GHCA boys soccer team fell to host Central Aroostook of Mars Hill, 3-1.
Photograph courtesy of Tracey Albert
sp-katgirls-dcx2-pt-39BATTLES — Katahdin’s Megan Merry,  No. 10, battles for the ball against SACS’ Mataya Hartin.

    The Hodgdon/GHCA team had staked a 1-0 lead, but CAHS’ Dustin Pryor knotted the game and then Connor Boulier scored the game-winner and Dylan Murray added another goal, as the Panthers ran off three unanswered goals.
    In girls’ action on Monday, the East Grand Lady Vikings topped host Woodland, 3-1, behind Shaunna Beaudoin’s two goals and assist, along with Lauren Morse’s second-half tally. Goalie Jayne Cousins blocked seven of 15 shots, while Devon Perkins of Woodland stopped 15 of 18 shots faced.
    Last Friday in Limestone, the Hodgdon/GHCA girls soccer team was blanked 8-0.
    Hodgdon/GHCA keeper Cassidy Clark blocked 24 of 49 shot attempts.
    In Fort Kent last Friday, the Houlton Lady Shires faced the number-one Fort Kent Warriors and were defeated, 3-1.
    Marina Cameron had seven saves on 11 shots, while Alexa Pelletier of Fort Kent made six saves on seven shots.
    Last Friday, the Southern Aroostook Lady Warriors toppled host Katahdin, 2-0, behind goals by Beth Bishop. Desirae Dubois added an assist on one of Bishop’s tallies.