BANGOR — Former area standouts Adelle Foss and Maddie Perkins were among the scorers for Husson University in its 8-0 win over University of Maine at Farmington in a New England Collegiate Conference field hockey tournament semifinal Saturday.

The top-seeded Eagles advance to Sunday’s conference championship game against No. 2 New England College at Husson. The fourth-seeded Beavers end their season with a 1-13 record.

Foss, a Spruce Mountain grad, opened the scoring just under four minutes into the game. Lauryn Brown scored from Mountain Valley grad Leigha Carrier to double the lead to 2-0 by the end of the first quarter.

Perkins, a Winthrop grad, assisted on the first of Teagan Blackie’s three goals to open the second quarter. Perkins then scored from Foss and older sister Katie Perkins assisted on Blackie’s second goal. Blackie capped off her hat trick in the final minute of the first half.

Allison Drew and Rylee Poulin scored second-half goals for Husson.

Spruce Mountain grad Alicia Bridges made 10 saves in goal for the Beavers while playing the first half.


NECC 78, CMCC 63: The Mustangs couldn’t climb back from an 18-point halftime deficit in a loss to the Knights in the Hogan Camps Tap-Off Classic in Concord, New Hampshire.

It was the second loss in as many days for Central Maine Community College in the early-season tournament, after falling to Bridgton Academy 85-56 on Friday.

The Mustangs trailed 46-28 at halftime, but could only outscore Northern Essex Community College 35-32 in the second half.

Former Leavitt standout Wyatt Hathaway scored a game-high 19 points for CMCC. He was the only Mustangs starter to score in double figures. Boston Caldwell poured in 12 points off the bench. Former Lewiston standouts Malik Foster and Donovan Jackson added five and three points, respectively.

Luis Reynoso led the Knights with 16 points and six rebounds.

UCONN 3, UMAINE 2: Justin Pearson scored a short-handed goal with 4:24 left in the third period as the Huskies (9-1-1, 5-1 Hockey East) beat the Black Bears (2-6-1, 0-3-1) in Storrs, Connecticut.

Maine had tied the game just over a minute earlier on a goal by Lynden Breen. The Black Bears went up 1-0 on a goal by Felix Trudeau in the first. UConn scored two short-handed goals, one by Matthew Wood and one by Chase Bradley, in the second to take the lead.

VERMONT 7, MAINE 2: Evelyne Blais-Savoie scored two goals to power the Catamounts (7-4-1, 5-2-1 Hockey East) past the Black Bears (6-7, 4-4) in Orono.

Alyssa Wruble and Grace Heiting scored for Maine. Brooklyn Oates made 21 saves.

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