PISCATAQUIS — The Winthrop Ramblers controlled the play in their Class C North quarterfinal field hockey game against Piscataquis, but couldn’t come away with the 1-0 win.

Jordynne Littlefield broke the scoreless deadlock in double overtime to send the Pirates (9-5-1) into the regional semifinal round where they will take on Dexter on Saturday.

Littlefield goal came off a semi-breakaway, shrugging off attempted tackles from Winthrop defenders, fired the ball off Winthrop’s goalie Corinna Coulton chest protector and the ball rolled a cross the goal line.

Coulton made nine saves, including six off a breakaway. The Ramblers (7-7-1) defenders also helped with two key stops.

Sydney Marden made 16 saves for the Pirates.

Girls’ soccer

Gray-New Gloucester 2, Sacopee Valley 2

GRAY — The Gray-New Gloucester Patriots earned a 2-2 tie with the Sacopee Valley Hawks in a girls’ soccer game

Down 2-1 at half, the Patriots scored the only goal in the second half. Emma Woods had a goal and an assist for the Patriots while Alexa Thayer also scored. The Hawks goals came from Courtney Ryan and Jordan Miner. Olivia Ridley picked up an assist.

Jen Sutherland made six saves for the Patriots (6-6-2),  while Hannah Manchester stopped one shot for the Hawks (13-0-1).

Women’s soccer

UMF 4, Husson 0

Ashley Gleason  recorded her second multi-goal game of the season as the University of Maine at Farmington (6-9-1, 3-4-1) silenced Husson University (6-8-1, 3-4) with a 4-0 North Atlantic Conference win on Tuesday evening at Boucher Field.

Bridget Humphrey  pushed the Beavers into the lead in the 14th minute. Humphrey tallied her eighth goal of the season after getting the assist from Dayle Jordan of Greene.

Gleason doubled the Beavers’ lead in the 20th minute with her team-leading ninth goal of the season as Humphrey dished the assist.

With the clock approaching twelve minutes remaining in the half, Gleason scored UMF’s final goal of the opening period with a penalty kick.

The second half was fairly silent until Katie Clark gave Farmington its final margin of victory in the 77th minute with an unassisted goal.

College field hockey

St. Joe’s 2, UMF 1

STANDISH — The University of Maine at Farmington (8-4) jumped out early, but Saint Joseph’s College (11-4) rallied in the second half to steal a 2-1 non-conference win on Tuesday afternoon at Mercy Field.

The game was scoreless for nearly the first thirty minutes until the Beavers were able to get on the scoreboard. After the offensive attack started with a penalty corner, UMF moved in for the score and Emma Martineau of Greenetallied the goal after a scramble in front of the cage with the assist coming from Rebecca Young.

UMF’s lead stayed intact for the remainder of the opening half, but the Monks rallied with two early goals in the second half. Saint Joe’s used penalty corners to its advantage in the 43rd and 54th minute when Amanda Celata tied the game and then scored the decisive goal. Michalia Parent assisted both goals.

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