SOUTH HIRAM – Paul Runyambo scored on a direct kick in the second half Wednesday to help Waynflete rally for a 1-1 tie against Sacopee Valley in a Western Maine Conference boys’ soccer game.

The Hawks (3-1-2) took a 1-0 lead in the 29th minute when Mitchell Watson converted a penalty kick after a handball.

Goalkeeper Zander Majercik of Waynflete (3-0-1) and Sacopee Valley’s Mitchell Barton each finished with eight saves.

FREEPORT 1, POLAND 0: Ryan Farley got the only goal of the game in the first half for the Falcons (2-4-1) against the visiting Knights (1-5).

Farley curled a shot from just outside the box inside the far post following passes by Stefan Clugston and Evan Hench.

Connor Dietrich made three saves for the win. Dylan Douglas stopped 12 shots for Poland.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 6, TRAIP ACADEMY 0: Kolby Arnold had three goals, Josh Kane added two goals and Ryan Cavallaro recorded his fourth straight shutout as the Patriots (4-3) handled the Rangers (1-4-1) at Gray.

Josh Kane had two goals, including a penalty kick for the final goal, and Craig Moreau had a goal and an assist.

Cavallaro made three saves. Chris Montembeau stopped 12 shots for Traip.

YORK 9, WELLS 0: Kevin Bond, Cam Schilling, Alex Bailey and Willy Bennett each scored a pair of goals to pace the Wildcats (5-1) to a victory over the Warriors (0-7) at York.

Mike Segalla added a goal and Mitchell Hickey finished with two assists.

Wells goalie Tyler Lamb made seven saves.

KENTS HILL 7, GOULD ACADEMY 0: Ethan Ford scored three goals to lead the Huskies (2-0) to a victory over Gould Academy (0-2) at Bethel.

Chikara Matsuzaki scored twice for Kents Hill, and Marc Dufour and Ryan Caswell each had one goal.

Seth Musich and Robert Patenaude combined to make five saves for the Huskies.

Aaron Mason stopped 12 shots for Gould Academy.

TELSTAR 3, CARRABEC 0: Nick Miles, Tyler Brown and Daniel Vaughn each scored unassisted goals to lead the Rebels to a win at North Anson.

Rick James made five saves for Telstar and Brendon Lehay had nine for the Cobras (2-5-0).