Girls soccer

John Bapst 3, Hermon 0

At Hermon, Morgan Chasse scored three goals, all in the first half, to propel John Bapst of Bangor to victory.

Laura Jordan made four saves on four shots for the 2-0 Crusaders.

Danielle Ross made seven saves on 10 shots for 1-2 Hermon.

JV: John Bapst 3-1

Old Town 3, Bucksport 2

At Bucksport, Katie Deshane scored her third goal of the game, this one off an assist from Erin St. Peter, with 16:09 remaining to break a 2-2 tie and lift the Indians to victory.

Deshane had two unassisted goals for 3-0 Old Town. Annie Cashon made six saves on 12 shots.

Sadie Wight and Meagan Harriman registered unassisted goals for 0-2 Bucksport. Carrie Daigle made eight saves on 11 shots.

Hodgdon 10, East Grand 1

At Danforth, Dayna Tidd and Sam Lycette each scored three goals as Hodgdon improved its record to 3-3-1.

Kariann Estabrook added two goals for the Hawks, while Britta Oliver and Taylor McGary had one goal each.

Taylor Hovey made four saves on 10 shots for Hodgdon.

Kelsey Daoust scored for 0-4 East Grand, while Courtney Lloyd made 23 saves on 38 shots for the Vikings.

Greenville 5, Richmond 1

At Richmond, McKenna Peat scored two goals as the Lakers earned their first victory of the season.

Tiffany Howard, Ruby Rockwell and Gretel Breton each added a goal for 1-0-1 Greenville, while Nikki Hamilton and Miranda Drinkwater had two assists apiece.

Sidney Richardson made seven saves on 17 shots for Greenville.

Danica Hurley scored for 1-1 Richmond, while Lindsey Hoopingarner made 13 saves on 32 shots.

Washington Acad. 6, Woodland 2

At East Machias, Irene Lewey scored three goals as the Raiders improved to 2-0 on the season.

Andi Flannery added two goals and Alice McBride scored once for Washington Academy, while Jesse Hardy made two saves on four shots in goal.

Molly White scored twice for 1-3 Woodland. Taylor Cochran made five saves on 16 shots.

Van Buren 7, Wisdom 1

At St. Agatha, Lindsay LaJoie and Haley Lizotte each scored two goals to power the Crusaders to victory.

Kristy Learnard, Jen Ouellette and Natasha Bourgoin tallied one goal apiece for 6-3 Van Buren, while Brittany Duprey added an assist. Ashlie Wilson made two saves on three shots.

Chelsea Collin scored the goal for 0-9 Wisdom. Deliya Michaud made 10 saves on 25 shots.

So. Aroostook 3, Katahdin 0

At Dyer Brook, Brittany Charette scored a first-half goal off an assist from Evangeline Goodall, giving the Warriors the only goal they would need.

Janel Rockwell and Jasmine Rockwell scored a goal each for 6-0 Southern Aroostook to back Emily Cummings, who made five saves on 11 shots.

Jade Clippinger made 15 saves on 25 shots for 0-4 Katahdin of Stacyville.

Boys soccer

Katahdin 4, So. Aroostook 2

At Dyer Brook, Ethan Qualey scored four goals, including a natural hat trick in the first half, as Katahdin of Stacyville remained undefeated.

Marshall Davis had two assists for the 4-0 Cougars, while Matt Carr made 18 saves on 21 shots.

David Dubois and Patrick Goodall each scored for 2-3-1 Southern Aroostook, while Dakota Sleeper and Jake Lassonde each contributed an assist. Dillon Boulier made 18 saves on 23 shots for the Warriors.

Presque Isle 5, Central 0

At Presque Isle, Josh Allen scored two goals and Russ Mortland had a goal and two assists as the Wildcats remained unbeaten.

Eric Morris and Wilder York also scored for 3-0-1 Presque Isle, while Warren Zubrick and Carter Christianson each added an assist.

Dillon Kingsbury stopped all seven shots he faced to earn the win in goal.

Cole Haskell made 18 saves on 23 shots for 1-1-2 Central of Corinth.

JV: Presque Isle 7-1

Washington Acad. 14, J-Beals 1

At Jonesport, Sung Min Kim had four goals and an assist to lead the Raiders to victory.

Monty Zhou added two goals for the winners, while Noah von Rotz, Will Manchester, Nick Forte, Mike Knowles, Milos Gautier, Nick Hixson, Patrick Gardner and Tyler Librizzi each scored once for 1-1 WA.

Sid Look scored for 0-2 Jonesport-Beals on an assist from Matt Alley.

Look and Travis Alley combined to make 25 saves on 56 shots.

Sam Stevens made five saves on seven shots for WA.

Wisdom 7, Van Buren 1

At St. Agatha, Kody Chamberland scored three of his four goals in the second half to power the Pioneers to victory.

Alex Michaud and Kurtis Daigle each provided a goal and an assists for the 3-6 Pioneers, while Rocky Chamberland, Kody’s twin brother, scored one goal. Curtis Daigle made 11 saves on 13 shots.

Derrik Rossignol scored for 1-8 Van Buren. David Levasseur came up with 10 saves on 27 shots.

Woodland 4, Shead 3

At Woodland, Kyle Pike scored the game-winning goal with 4:28 left in double overtime off a Chad James assist to give the Dragons a win over Shead of Eastport.

James scored two goals — including the game-tying one with 1:28 left in regulation time — and assisted on two others for the 2-1 Dragons. Scott Boomer had the other goal and Tom Putnam had an assist. Ryan Lincoln made 14 saves on 17 shots.

Justin Lewey, Steve Seeley, and Thomas Stanhope each scored a goal for the 0-1 Tigers. Tyler Mitchell had 20 saves on 24 shots.

Machias 4, Narraguagus 2

At Machias, Jacob Dahl had a goal and an assist to lead the Machias Bulldogs past Narraguagus of Harrington.

Jacob Stevens, Justin Weaver and Matt Little each had one goal for the 3-0 Bulldogs. Mike Jenkins had 12 saves on 17 shots.

Nate Best and Jesse Worcester each scored unassisted goals for the 2-1 Knights. Brandon Penney made 14 saves on 22 shots.

Ellsworth 4, GSA 0

At Blue Hill, Jake Jordan, Matt Duhaime, Pat Kelly and Zach Emeigh had goals for Ellsworth, Andrew Austin and Emieigh each had an assist. Jordan Carter had 3 saves on 5 shots for the 2-0-1 Eagles.

Josh Gale had 9 saves on 16 shots for 2-2 George Stevens.

JV: Ellsworth 3-2 (OT)

Richmond 5, Greenville 0

At Richmond, Jason Brown and Joey Scribellito each posted a goal and an assist to power the Bobcats to victory.

Nick Woods, Josh Brown and Mike Christie also scored goals, with Eric Murrin adding an assist for 3-0 Richmond. Bruce Carver made 12 saves on 12 shots.

Alex Jardine made 11 saves on 15 shots and Emerson Sikes came up with 15 saves on 16 shots for 1-1 Greenville.

John Bapst 4, Hermon 2

At Dorothea Dix Psychiatric Center Field in Bangor, Jordan Meyers registered a goal and an assist to spark the Crusaders to victory.

Miles Gagnon, Jason McBurnie and Andrew Babbitt each scored a goal for 1-1-1 John Bapst. Casey Hull was the goalkeeper for the Crusaders.

Jerimy McIntyre and Kevin Tarr tallied a goal each for 0-3 Hermon. McIntyre also played in goal for the Hawks.

Old Town 6, Foxcroft Acad. 1

At Dover-Foxcroft, Luke Bartlett scored three goals and assisted on two more to lead the Old Town Coyotes past the host Ponies.

Janis Schaefer had two goals and two assists FOR THE 3-1 Coyotes. Chad Paradis had a goal and an assist. Alex Cavallero and Lee Larry combined to make two saves on five shots.

Ellsworth Bell scored an unassisted goal

Mens soccer

At BROOKLYN, N.Y.

Thomas McCole’s goal off assists from Alex Rickett and Nikolas Bodganovic lifted Maine to a 2-1 men’s soccer victory over Long Island Friday.

Philip Reed scored with a header in the first half off an assist from Corey Sinclair for Maine’s first goal. Alex Pilitsis had three saves on 12 shots for Maine.

Jukka Lehto scored for Long Island and Adam Janssen had four saves on eight Maine shots.

High school football

Stearns 18, MA 12 (6) OT

At Lincoln, Kurt Hamilton’s 10-yard run on a reverse play on first down in the sixth overtime period gave Stearns of Millinocket the victory over Mattanawcook Academy.

Corey Barnett had an outstanding game for the unbeaten Minutemen, who were held to negative yardage through the first three quarters. He scored on a 4-yard run in the second overtime and finished with 12 tackles.

Nate Ireland led the Lynx of Lincoln with 15 tackles, an interception and two blocked extra-point kicks. Josh Pelkey threw two touchdown passes for the Lynx, who were unable to cash in on three drives inside the 20-yard line in regulation.

Stearns 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6 0 6 — 18

MA 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6 0 0 — 12

S —Barnett 4 run (kick blocked)

MA—Gardner 5 pass from Pelkey (pass failed)

S —Osborne 11 pass from McGreevy (kick blocked)

MA—Cahill 10 pass from Pelkey (pass failed)

S — Hamilton 10 run (no conversion attempted)

Bucksport 33, MCI 18

At Carmichael Field in Bucksport, Nate Warren carried 20 times for 206 yards with two touchdowns and a conversion rush in three quarters of action as the Golden Bucks held off the stubborn Huskies.

Warren scored on runs of 18 and 45 yards for Bucksport, which led by three points at intermission and blanked Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield the rest of the way.

Alex Giosia rushed for 97 yards on 19 carries, including a 5-yard scoring run, for the Bucks while Andrew Findlay netted 58 yards on 12 carries with a 2-yard TD run.

Kyle McGeechan turned in a 1-yard scoring run and tackle Robbie McGuire registered eight tackles, including a sack, for the winners.

Nick Miller paced the Huskies with a 2-yard TD run and a 77-yard kickoff return that got MCI within 21-18 at halftime. Brandon Wilson raced 40 yards for a score during the Huskies’ 18-point second quarter.

MCI (1-1) 0 18 0 0 — 18

Bucksport (2-0) 13 8 6 6 — 33

BUC — Warren 18 run (rush failed)

BUC — McGeechan 1 run (Comtois kick)

MCI — Wilson 40 run (rush failed)

MCI — Miller 2 run (rush failed)

BUC — Warren 45 run (Warren rush)

MCI — Miller 77 kickoff return (rush failed)

BUC — Giosia 5 run (pass failed)

BUC — Findlay 2 run (rush failed)

Rockland 61, Mount View 0

At Rockland, Sam Weiss scored five touchdowns — all in the first half — and finished with 239 yards on 22 carries to lead the host Tigers past Mount View of Thorndike.

Donald Prescott gained 40 yards on seven carries and scored a touchdown in his first varsity action for the Tigers. Cornerback Tyler Fogg had an interception and two fumble recoveries.

Tyler Rednour had 40 yards on six carries for the Mustangs, who were held to 130 total yards — 117 on the ground.

Rockland (1-1) 22 18 14 7 — 61

Mount View (0-2) 0 0 0 0 — 0

R—S. Weiss 46 run (Meklin kick)

R—S. Weiss 18 run (Meklin kick)

R—Searle 31 pass from Meklin (Dodge pass from Meklin)

R—S. Weiss 18 run (kick failed)

R—S. Weiss 18 run (kick failed)

R—S. Weiss 7 run (kick failed)

R—Boutot 2 run (Meklin kick)

R—Fogg 5 run (Meklin kick)

R—Prescott 8 run (Meklin kick)

Skowhegan 50, Mount Ararat 7

At Skowhegan, Billy Clark scored on his team’s first possession with a 67-yard run and scored on the first possession of the second half with a 74-yard run to lead the Skowhegan Indians past Mount Ararat of Topsham.

Clark finished with four touchdowns and 235 yards on 19 carries for the Indians. Cody Vigue had 46 yards on nine carries and also had a 22-yard interception return. Dustin Corson scored on two, two-point conversion rushes and also had an interception return.

Drew Marshall led the Eagles with 46 yards on 10 carries.

Mount Ararat (1-1) 7 0 0 0 — 7

Skowhegan (2-0) 6 8 36 0 — 50

S — Clark 67 run (rush failed)

MA — Marshall 17 run (Bastin kick)

S — Verville 17 pass from McGowan (Clark rush)

S — Clark 74 run (Corson rush)

S — Taylor 8 pass from McGowan (rush failed)

S — Clark 4 run (pass failed)

S — Clark 27 run (Corson rush)

S — Lancaster 4 run (Roy rush)

Hampden 46, Maranacook 0

At Hampden, senior quarterback Shawn Smith rushed for 122 yards and three touchdowns and passed for another score as the Broncos improved their record to 2-0.

Smith scored on a 50-yard run on Hampden’s first offensive play, then added scoring runs of 2 and 11 yards. He also threw a 41-yard TD pass to Justin Rodgerson late in the first half as Hampden took a 21-0 halftime lead.

Michael Jenkins added two third-quarter touchdowns for the Broncos, one on a 15-yard fumble recovery and the second on a 12-yard run.

Alex Cust chipped in with a 7-yard TD run for Hampden in the fourth quarter.

Hampden’s defense forced four Maranacook turnovers, with Rodgerson and Nolan Turner each pulling in a pass interception.

Rodney Murray forced two fumbles, one recovered by Jenkins for a touchdown and the other recovered by Tyler Poll.

Maranacook (0-2) managed just 31 yards of total offense, compared to 305 yards for Hampden.

Brewer 36, Oxford Hills 0

At Doyle Field in Brewer, Sean Murphy rushed for two touchdowns while Billy Bissell and Pat McEwen combined for 251 yards on the ground as the Witches rumbled past Oxford Hills of South Paris for their first victory since the 2006 season.

McEwen, who compiled 121 yards on 11 carries, got the 1-1 Witches on the board with a 23-yard touchdown scamper in the first quarter while Bissell, who led Brewer with 130 yards on 10 carries, added a 51-yard TD burst at the beginning of the second.

Murphy, who finished with 73 yards on seven carries, scored on runs of two yards in the third quarter and 53 in the second.

Brewer amassed 401 yards on the ground.

Nate Dubois led 0-2 Oxford Hills with 41 yards on 10 carries.

Brunswick 20, Bangor 12

At Brunswick, Robbie Basquez passed for one touchdown and rushed for a second as the Dragons held on after jumping out to a 20-0 halftime lead.

Basquez hit Robbie Schrader with a 9-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter to give 1-1 Brunswick a 7-0 lead, then scored on a 3-yard run to cap off a short drive set up by a pass interception by Eric Harris to extend the margin to 14-0.

John Williams added a 6-yard run late in the second quarter for Brunswick.

Bangor rallied in the second half, with Joe Seccareccia passing 15 yards to tight end Josiah Hartley for a third-quarter score, and Adam Billings scoring from 3 yards out in the fourth quarter to get the Rams within eight points.

The Rams (1-1) had one final drive in the fourth quarter, but a late interception thwarted the threat.

Shaun Tanner led Brunswick’s offense, rushing for more than 100 yards for the second straight week.

Bangor (1-1) 0 0 6 6 — 12

Brunswick (1-1) 7 13 0 0 — 20

BRUN — Schrader 9 pass from Basquez (Guerrette kick)

BRUN — Basquez 3 run (Guerrette kick)

BRUN — Basquez 3 run (kick failed)

BAN — Hartley 15 pass from J. Seccareccia (kick failed)

BAN — Billings 3 run (kick failed)

High School field hockey

Bangor 3, Mount Ararat 2 (2 OT)

At Bangor, Dana Libhart scored off an assist from Casey Pray with 50 seconds remaining in the second overtime, lifting the Rams to victory.

Brittany Chapman scored twice for 2-0 Bangor, with Libhart and Pray posting the assists. Hilary Babin and Melissa Mower each made four saves on six shots.

Holly Christopher scored both goals for 0-3 Mount Ararat of Topsham, including the game-tying tally with less than three minutes left in regulation. Kelly Galek made seven saves on 13 shots.

JV: Bangor 2-0

Hermon 1, MA Lynx 0

At Lincoln, Courtney Hawes scored an unassisted goal with 5:42 remaining in the second half, lifting the Hawks to victory over the Lynx.

Jamie Roy made eight saves on 15 shots for 2-2 Hermon.

Vinni Nesin had three saves on eight shots for 2-2 Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln.

JV: Mattanawcook, 1-0

High school golf

At Fort Kent Golf Club, par 36

Fort Kent (1-4) 184, Caribou (1-3) 194

Fort Kent: Kale O’Leary 44, Nick Michaud 45, Alex Chasse 44, Garrett Albert 51, Dustin Dubay 55, Derek Chasse 77, Josh Albert 80

Caribou: Caleb Chapman 50, Ellis Pelletier 48, Pat Thibodeau 51, Ben Wyman 52, Nat Swan 53, Taylor Jepson 46, Lance Lamonthe 50, Reggie Rideout 57

Medalists: (tie) Kale O’Leary (FK), Alex Chasse (FK) 44

At Kebo Valley GC, par 35

Mount Desert Island (3-0) 192, Bucksport (1-2) 198

MDI: Evan Couto 43, Derek Rothenheber 59, Ryan Bartlett 51, Evan Valarik 49, Nathan Chisholm 49, Colton Strout 69, Casey Leighton no score

Bucksport: James Potter 49, Brent Chaffee 61, Billy Deredin 58, Ryan Bailey 47, Justin Clapper 51, Tyler Burrill 60, Steve Kane 51

Medalist: Evan Couto 43

At Houlton CC, par 36

Houlton (3-0) 153, Presque Isle (2-2) 174

Houlton: Porter Gervais 36, Dylan Flewelling 41, Ian Gervais 36, Greg Foster 40, Nick Chase 48, Gaige Flewelling 55, Nikki Eastman 47, Logan Shaffer 42

Presque Isle: Jon Humphrey 44, Travis Dyer 46, Jordan Hallett 53, Evan Waddell 43, Jason Martin 41, Keenan Eaton 52, Alex Tuttle 50, Nate Sperry 47

Co-medalists: Porter Gervais (H), Ian Gervais (H) 36

At Bar Harbor GC, Trenton, par 35

Ellsworth (2-1) 180, George Stevens Acad. (1-3) 213

Ellsworth: Nick Richie 40, Greg Martin 42, Brandan Albee 50, Josh Conary 48, Roger Thurber 60, Brian Twitchell 54, Ross Saunders 62

GSA: Storme Macomber 51, David Bertrand 61, Elias Springer 50, Evan Motycka 68, Dillon Morris 53, Nick Dillon 69, Max Reiter 59

Medalist: Nick Richie (E) 40

At The Meadows GC, Litchfield,par 34

Mount View (2-2) 199, Oak Hill (0-4) 218

Mount View: Colby Blanchard 48, Alex Read 45, Tyler Bantle 44, Sam Ray 65, Kyle Stori 62, Dan Muther 67

Oak Hill: Joey Turcotte 56, Vincent Gowell 56, Christian Langlois 54, Josh Martin 52, Robert Bradstreet 57, Alexis Priest 58

Medalist: Tyler Bantle 44

High school volleyball

At Machias

Narraguagus (2-1) def. Machias (0-2) 25-17, 26-24, 25-11

Narraguagus: Kristen Burke 10 service points, 5 aces, 4 kills; Candice Looke 7 service points, 6 assists, 2 aces; Cassie Fickett 12 service points, 5 aces, 5 assists; Haley Toppin 9 service points

Machias: Courtney Dahl 9 assists; Jordan Ranke 2 aces, 2 kills; Holly Kocincki 5 service points, 2 aces, 2 kills; Whitney Dennison 2 kills

JV: Machias def. Narraguagus 25-20, 25-14

At East Sullivan

Mount Desert Island (2-0) def. Sumner (0-2) 25-5, 25-4, 25-3

MDI: Alyson Yau 9 aces, 3 assists; Molly Strout 8 aces, Whitney Walls 14 aces

Sumner: Brittany Spence 2-4 serving, 2 digs, Morgan Whitten 1-2 serving, 3 digs, Cheryl Havey 2-2 serving, 1 ace

JV: Mount Desert Island (2-0) def. Sumner (0-2) 25-22, 25-19

At Jonesport

Washington Academy (3-0) def. Jonesport-Beals (0-2) def. 25-22, 25-21, 25-15

WA: Taylor Davis 5-6 service (2 aces), 3 kills, 3 digs; Taylor Seeley 5 kills, 2 blocks, 1 dig; Chelsea Goulet 2 aces, 6 kills

Jonesport-Beals: Jessica MacLean 8-8 service, 3 assists, 6 digs; Whitney Norton 13-15 (2 aces), 8 digs; Lindsey Jones 3 kills, 3 digs

JV: Jonesport-Beals 20-25, 25-9, 15-10

At Calais

Calais (2-1) def. Bucksport (1-2) 25-13, 25-21, 25-13

Calais: Lara Marshall 13 aces, 5 kills, 18 assists; Nicole Osborne 9 kills, 6 aces, 2 digs, 3 blocks; Rebecca Blake 4 kills; Shannon Brown 3 aces, 5 kills

Bucksport: Chelsea Porter 17-of-17 serving, 3 aces, 2 assists; Meghan Cooper 5-of-5 serving, 7 digs, 5 kills; Kelsey SanAngelo 4-of-4 serving, 3 digs, 1 kill

JV: Calais 18-25, 25-19, 16-14

College volleyball

At Buffalo, N.Y.

Butler (9-1) def. Maine (4-4) 27-25, 25-23, 25-23

Butler: Jessica Wolfe 13 kills, 6 digs; Porshia Allen 12 kills, 2 blocks; Dana Daprile 30 assists, 6 digs; Katie Daprile 10 digs

Maine: Margaret Page 11 kills; Lindsay Allman 10 kills, 11 digs; Jessica Wolfenden 29 assists; Laura Goetsch 10 kills, 8 digs; Ashlee Wright 12 digs

High school cross country

At Fairfield

Brunswick boys 45, Brewer 66, Cony 66, Bangor 97, Lawrence 126, Oxford Hills 140, Gardiner 172.

Luke Fontaine (Cony) 16:34.85; Will Geoghegan (Brunswick) 16:56.62; Michael Brooks (Lawrence) 17:54.37; Parker Merrill (Bruns) 1755.29; Briar Beede, (C) 18:05.11; Evan Taylor (Brewer) 18:27.00; Patrick Horan (Brun), 18:33.27; Will Lindquist (C) 18:34.32; Chris Caron (L) 18:35.12; Sam Nisbett (Ba) 18:38.53; Johathan Belanger (Ba) 18:38.77; Steven Rice (Br) 18:39.91; Andrew Cote (Br) 18:42.84; Taylor Hamilton (Brun) 18:43.94; Kyle Holyoke (Br) 18:45.33; Justine St. John (OH) 18:53.75; Evan Kus (G) 19:01.94; Stephen Purcell (Brun) 19:12.01; Benson Worthington (Brun) 19:39.24; Dustin Lawrence, (Br) 19:48.70; George Mills (Brun) 19:53.76; Michael Correll, (Ba) 19:56.68; Greg Downing (OH) 19:57.58; Collin Popper (Ba) 20:14.62; Kevin Lind (C) 20:17.53; Jessie Newcomb (OH) 20:31.12; Jon Day (C) 20:31.62; Brad McCollett, (G) 20:35.41; James Johnson (Br) 20:43.59; Juergen Pilot (Ba) 20:48.34; Spencer Hodge (C) 20:54.18; Michael McGlinchey (Brun) 20:57.12; Jessie Heald (L) 20:57.12; Sebastian Rose (C) 21:02.77; Matt Sloan (Br) 21:04.51; Will Whitham (Ba) 21:06.08; Jacob Schwab (Brun) 21:14.65; Jeremy Read (OH) 21:20.62; Sam Sokolowski (Ba) 21:21.75; David Wright (Brun) 21:30.32.

Brewer girls 34, Brunswick 42, Bangor 66, Cony 122, Oxford Hills 122, Gardiner 173, Lawrence 207

Kathleen McMahon (Brun) 20:56.34; Morgan Beece, (C) 21:11.33; Meghan McDonough (Brun) 21:18.28; Michelle Haluska (Br) 21:38.33; Sarah Croston (Brun) 21.38.33; Kaitlin Noyes (Br) 21:45.91; Caitlyn Wilson (Br) 22:00.07; Brooke Madden (Br) 22:01.54; Katie Snow (Br) 22:03.12; Sara Chavarie (Br) 22:05.22; Rachel Huber (Ba) 22:08.07; Katie Porter (Ba) 22:23.25; Kendall Lunn (Ba) 22:27.09; Mariah Reading (Ba) 22:39.70; Erica Noe (Brun) 22:50.88; Joyce Belanger (Ba) 22:53.12; Maryl Kus (G) 23:02.93; Farren Welzel (Brun) 23:04.46; Jasime Boyel (Brun) 23:11.79; Sammy Youmans (Brun) 23:12.67; Sarah Fuller (L) 23:34.55; Lindsay Strout (OH) 23:37.65; Mikaela King (Br) 23:39.90; Kim Macomber (G) 23:47.75; Lauren Dodge (Brun) 23:51.76; Sara Nims (C) 24:03.84; Abby Korn (OH) 24:17.22; Maryanne Quill (Brun) 24:59.67; Katy Laverdiere (Ba) 25:01.21; Ashley Harriman (C) 25:01.96; Annie Schide (G) 25:12.30; Cherith Reyes (OH) 25:18.88; Julianna Mateyko (Brun) 25:31.47; Austin Gay (Brun) 25:34.01; Sorrel Dunn (OH) 25:39.51; Brooke Coleman (Br) 25:41.07; Elizabeth Cote (C) 25:48.52; Bobbi-Jo Surette (OH) 25:59.28; Felicia Clampitt (Ba) 26:03.91; Holly Nevers (Br) 26:07.73.