High school roundup

Sept. 10: PCHS field hockey won vs. Hermon 1-0. Paige Northup scored the goal and Jenna Chapman made five saves.
    Dexter boys soccer won vs. Searsport 5-1. Nathan Robichaud tallied three goals.
    PCHS boys soccer lost at Lee 5-2. Spencer Martell and Ben Morrill both had goals.
    Penquis boys soccer tied at Central 3-3. Cevonte Johnson scored twice.
    Foxcroft girls soccer lost at Ellsworth 10-0. Alisha Thomas stopped 11 shots.

Sept. 11: Foxcroft golf lost vs. John Bapst 195-196. Colby Snell was the match medalist with a score of 37.
    Penquis golf lost vs. Old Town 166-222, with Orono having no score. Noah Allen and Dillon Nickerson led Penquis as each shot a score of 49.
    Foxcroft boys soccer lost at Ellsworth 5-0. Logan Butera and Tanner Strout combined to make nine saves.
    Dexter girls soccer lost at Searsport in overtime 5-4. Goals came from Abbey Jordan, Tasha Pratt, Meredith Roderka and Michaela White.
    PCHS girls soccer won vs. Lee 7-2. Alex Speed tallied three goals.
    Penquis girls soccer lost vs. Central 6-2. Jordan Durant and Jessica Preble had the goals.
Sept. 12: Foxcroft field hockey won vs. PCHS 10-0. Elizabeth Morrison scored three goals. Jenna Chapman made 17 saves for PCHS.
    Dexter boys soccer lost vs. Central 3-0. Josh Smith and Chris Rice combined to stop 12 shots.
Sept. 14: Foxcroft field hockey won vs. Dexter 5-0. Madison Fadley scored a pair of goals. Kolby Kain and Katilyn Paquin combined to make 20 saves for Dexter.
    PCHS boys soccer won at Greenville 4-2. Goals came from Nate Burns, Nick Fortier, Spencer Martell and Cody White. Matt DiAngelo scored twice for Greenville.
    Dexter girls soccer tied at Central 1-1. Meredith Roderka had the goal.
Sept. 16: Foxcroft golf lost at Hermon 178-207. Colby Snell led with a score of 41.
    Dexter field hockey won at Central 2-0. Tiffini Ortiz and Peyton Watson both scored goals.
    PCHS field hockey lost at Orono 1-0 in overtime. Jenna Chapman made six saves.

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