YORK — Jack Cutler scored on a bounce shot with less than a minute to go in the first overtime to give Waynflete (7-2) a 13-12 win over York (4-3) in a Western Class B boys’ lacrosse game Monday.

Chris Burke led the Flyers with five goals and an assist. Tucker Geoffroy had two goals and two assists, and tied the game with 40 seconds left in regulation.

York got five goals from Kyle Robinson and three each from Barrett Naime and Mitchell Lee.

Will Hallett made 13 saves for Waynflete, while York’s Jared Petrazzella stopped 12 shots.


BRUNSWICK 15, EDWARD LITTLE 2: Oliver Lowe scored four goals and Seth Holmblad had three goals and two assists as the Dragons (3-4) cruised past the Red Eddies (0-7) at Brunswick.

Brunswick goalies James Wilgus and Seth McPherson combined for 14 saves.

Brandon Sevit and Cody Meserve scored for Edward Little.


LEWISTON 12, MESSALONSKEE 3: Sam Cloutier scored five goals and Curtis Robinson added four as the Blue Devils (7-1) handed the Eagles (7-1) their first loss of the season, at Lewiston.

Lewiston goalie Jesse Leeman made 10 saves.


SANFORD 11, BIDDEFORD 10: Brooke Peterson’s goal with 11 seconds remaining gave the Redskins (5-3) a win over the Tigers (0-7) at Sanford.

Haley Nordmann scored three goals for Sanford, and Peterson finished with two goals and an assist. Nicole Bordeau also scored twice.

Laura Letellier had three goals, Jenna Roy and Ann Marie Rowe each scored twice, and Emily Brassley made 23 saves for Biddeford.


SCARBOROUGH 7, THORNTON ACADEMY 2: Kelsey Howard had three goals and two assists to help the Red Storm (7-1) beat the Trojans (4-4) at Scarborough.

Mary Scott scored twice, and Meg Kirsch made 10 saves.


PORTLAND 16, DEERING 8: Drew Barry scored six goals for the Bulldogs (5-4) in a win over the Rams (2-6) at Fitzpatrick Stadium.

Raechel Allen added three goals and Lizzie Landry scored twice.

Zahra Abu led Deering with four goals.


KENNEBUNK 9, MASSABESIC 7: Kate Graydon scored four times as the Rams (8-1) edged the Mustangs (3-5) at Waterboro.

Taylor Crowley added three goals and an assist for Kennebunk, which trailed 7-6 early in the second half before taking an 8-7 lead with 3:12 left.

Massabesic was paced by Nikki Smith with three goals and an assist.


GORHAM 18, MARSHWOOD 8: Mia Rapolla scored seven goals to pace the Rams (9-0) to a win over the Hawks (5-4) at South Berwick.

Chelsea Black added four goals and Katie Tucker had three for Gorham, which led 10-5 at halftime.

Janay Wright led the Hawks with three goals. Erica Sudler and Mallory McPherson scored two apiece.


YORK 15, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 2: Mackie Hill scored five goals for the Wildcats (2-4) in a win over the Raiders (0-6) at Fryeburg.

Carly Lee and Ruby Cribby each added three goals, and Amanda Kasbohm made 10 saves.

Kendra Fox scored both goals for Fryeburg.


CAPE ELIZABETH 9, FREEPORT 6: Rob Macdonald highlighted a six-run fifth inning with a two-run double as the Capers (9-1) rallied past the Falcons (2-8) at Freeport.

Freeport jumped out to a 5-0 lead after two innings, but Cape Elizabeth got three in the third before taking control in the fifth. All six runs in the fifth game with two outs.

Patrick Tyler allowed one run in four innings of relief to earn the win.


CAPE ELIZABETH 9, FREEPORT 3: Loren Nicholson had a home run and two RBI to lead the Capers (7-3) over the Falcons (3-7) at Freeport.

Mary Perkins also knocked in two runs for Cape Elizabeth.

Anna Goldstein pitched the last four innings and finished with eight strikeouts.

Helen Humphrey had two hits and an RBI for Freeport.


YARMOUTH 11, GREELY 5: McKenzie Gray pitched a three-hitter and drove in four runs for the Clippers (9-2) a win over the Rangers (5-5) at Yarmouth.

Yarmouth trailed 3-0 heading into the bottom of the third, but the Clippers scored two runs in the third and five in the fourth to take control.


MARANACOOK 9, WINSLOW 8: The Black Bears (8-2) jumped out to a nine-run lead and held off the Black Raiders (8-2) at Winslow.

Sarah Boynton drove in four runs for Maranacook with a single, a triple and a home run, and Heidi Shaw had two singles and a triple.