Medomak Valley girls’ soccer team defeated Lincoln Academy 3-0 during their Homecoming game in Waldoboro Sept. 18. The Lady Panthers held a 41-6 advantage in shots. Supreme goal tending and a strong defensive effort from Katie Moran kept the Panther scoring in check.
Starter Emma Lazzari made four stops, before leaving the game with a knee injury after colliding with Panther Alanna Vose on a breakaway 13 minutes into the contest. Back-up keeper Katie Riley made 17 saves.
Medomak’s pressure paid off with 1:32 to go in the half, when Julie Ennamorati chipped in a high lofty shot from the right wing over the top of Riley and just under the cross bar.
Nineteen minutes into the second half, the Panthers scored on a nice passing series down the left side. Emily Leach started the breakaway deed in the Panthers defensive end with a through-pass to Maria Ennamorati.
Ennamorati hit Alanna Vose in the middle for an open shot on the Eagles’ net. Roxanne Jelenfy scored the third goal of the night with 10:29 to play when she used a nifty spin move to out fox Eagle defenders, then tee’d up a shot inside the left post from the 18 yard mark.
Maria Ennamorati scored her first of two goals 12 minutes into the game. Roxanne Jelenfy scored with 1:41 left and Ennamorati scored again with 17 seconds to go in the half.
Emily Leach put Medomak up by four seven minutes into the second half, and Kasey Benner found net with 8:23 to play to top off the scoring for the Panthers. Picking up assists in the game were Alanna Vose, E. Ennamorati and Julie Ennamorati.
The Lady Panthers out shot the Tigers 22-2. Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet earned the shutout in net for the Panthers with two saves. Danessa McDonald had 12 saves for the Tigers.
Lincoln Academy pulled Camden offsides seven times in the first half, but once the Windjammers figured out their caper, they exploded offensively for five first half goals.
Jackay Richards lofted in the first two shots to give Camden a 2-1 lead. Erin Pierce and Melanie Vangel added a goal each in the half. Second half action, saw Caroline Matteo tip a shot over Emma Lazzari, and Christine Forcillo score on a high lofty shot from the left side.
Camden held a 26-7 edge in shots. Lazzari made 13 saves for the Eagles, and Lindsay Bumbalo five saves for the Jammers.
Emily Leach scored on a breakaway to open the scoring for Medomak less than 10 minutes into the first half. Julie Ennamorati converted a nice cross from Heidi Obuchon 1:38 into the second frame. Obuchon scored on a nice passing series from Brooke Benedict and Leach 10 minutes into the second half.
The fourth goal was a sister act, with Maria Ennamorati scoring on a cross from Julie. MCI’s goal was scored by Brooke Stoots with 11:24 remaining in the game.
Medomak held a 10-4 advantage in shots. Amanda Hendrickson made three saves in net for the Panthers and Picabo Morrell six saves for the Huskies.