Miranda McIntire and Monica Ouleette battle for the ball in Madison’s 2-0 win over Wiscasset Monday night. (Paula Roberts photo)
After opening the season with three straight wins, the Wiscasset girls soccer team lost three games to the dogs this week. The Wolverines lost to the Hall-Dale Bulldogs 5-0 on Sept. 16, lost to the Lisbon Greyhounds 1-0 on Sept. 18, and lost to the Madison Bulldogs 2- 0 on Sept. 22.
Hall-Dale 5 – Wiscasset 0
Thea Sweet scored all five goals for Hall-Dale in their 5-0 win over Wiscasset. Kayla Gordon made 16 saves in net for the Wolverines.
Lisbon 1 – Wiscasset 0
Wiscasset lost three starters to injuries in their 1-0 loss to Lisbon. Tylan Onorato left the game with a foot injury, Rachel Berry with a knee injury, and Gabby Chapman with a concussion. According to coach Duane Goud, the game was not rough or physical, his players were hurt in freak accidents.
Emma Houle scored the winning goal for the Greyhounds, with 4:51 to play in the game.
Gordon made eight saves for Wiscasset, and Alexandra Sult six for Lisbon.
Madison 2 – Wiscasset 0
A shorthanded Wiscasset team lost 2-0 to Madison Monday night under the lights in Wiscasset. Bulldog Kayla Bess scored two first half goals on breakaways, the first five minutes into the contest, and the second with 14 and half minutes left in the half. Jillian Holden assisted the first and Ashley Emery the second.
Madison held a 26-18 edge in shots. Wiscasset came on strong late in the second half with a flurry of shots, but were unable to breach the Bulldog net guarded by Erin Whalen. Gordon made 17 saves for Wiscasset, and Whalen 10 for Madison.