SCARBOROUGH – Darby Rawcliffe knocked in a second-half rebound Saturday to lift Cheverus into a 1-1 tie against Scarborough in a Southern Maine Activities Association schoolgirl soccer game.

The rebound came after Allison Thomas took a shot that hit the crossbar.

Mikayla Mayberry finished with 11 saves for Cheverus (3-0-1).

Katilin Reynolds of the Red Storm (3-1-1) scored on a free kick from 35 yards for a 1-0 lead.

BRUNSWICK 7, CONY 0: Dakota Foster had three goals and an assist to lead the Dragons (6-0) over the Rams (2-2) at Augusta.

Paige Tetu, Caley Nicholson, Cassandra Murano and Anna Cowan also scored.

Lauren Thacker needed two saves for the shutout.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 4, LINCOLN ACADEMY 0: Jordan Moore and Heidi Obuchon scored first-half goals and the Panthers (2-3) beat the Eagles (0-5) at Waldoboro.

Maria Ennamorti and Alanna Vose added second-half goals, and Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet made three saves for the shutout.

MT. ARARAT 2, BREWER 0: Sonja Robert and Zoe Bradshaw scored first-half goals as the Eagles (2-1-1) beat the Witches (0-3) at Topsham.

Hannah Hauser and Shauna Williams shared the shutout. Missy Thompson stopped 18 shots for Brewer.

DEERING 3, NOBLE 1: Alexis Elowitch had a goal and an assist to help the Rams (4-1) defeat the Knights (2-2) at North Berwick.

Chelsea Saucier and Alexis Sivovlos also scored for Deering. Hanna Fields answered for Noble.

LeeAnn Downs made six saves for Deering. Jessica Bickford stopped eight shots for Noble.

LEWISTON 5, SKOWHEGAN 0: Maegan Mathon scored twice to lead the Blue Devils (1-4) over the Indians (0-5) at Skowhegan.

WAYNFLETE 5, RICHMOND 4: Becky Smith scored from Ella Millard two minutes into overtime to lift the Flyers (3-1) over the Bobcats (4-1) at Portland.

Smith and Sadie Cole had two goals apiece for Waynflete. Walker Foehl also scored.

GORHAM 5, PORTLAND 0: Audrey Adkison had a goal and two assists to lead the Rams (4-0) over the Rams (0-4-1) at Gorham.

Kiersten Turner had a goal and an assist, and Erin Smith, Libby Andreason and Katelyn Gearon also scored. Sarah Perkins and Marissa Roberts split the goalie duties to get the shutout.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1, POLAND 0: Taylor Darnell scored on a direct kick with 1:25 left in overtime to lift the Patriots (3-1-1) over the Knights (1-5) at Gray.

Sammie Wilkins made 15 saves for the shutout and Anisa Hayman led Gray-New Gloucester’s defense.

KENNEBUNK 4, MASSABESIC 1: Alex Leonardi scored twice to lead the Rams (3-2) past the Mustangs (1-3) at Waterboro.

Nikki Gassman and Alyssa Weigle also scored for Kennebunk.

SOUTH PORTLAND 5, SANFORD 4: Emily Masters converted a penalty kick with six seconds left in overtime to give South Portland (2-2) a win at Sanford (4-1).

Masters gave the Red Riots a 4-3 lead with 12 minutes remaining, but Katelyn Fink tied it less than four minutes later with her second goal of the game.

FIELD HOCKEY

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 3, LAKE REGION 0: Brittany Fox saved four shots in a shutout for the Raiders (5-1) against the Lakers (3-2-1) at Naples.

Maddy Smith, Christina Dipietro and Sage Hennessy scored for Fryeburg. Shannon Van Loan saved five shots for Lake Region.

MASSABESIC 3, NOBLE 0: Taylor Bergeron had two goals to lead the Mustangs (5-1) over the Knights (0-5-1) at North Berwick.

Kaitlyn Bergeron also scored.

CONY 1, MT. ARARAT 1: Destiny Driver scored from Micaela Mitchell on a penalty corner to give the Eagles (0-2-4) a first-half lead, but Nicole Rugan answered for the Rams (3-2-1) in the second half at Topsham.

BELFAST 6, MORSE 1: Brooklyn Curry had two goals as the Lions (6-0-1) handled the Shipbuilders (0-6) at Belfast.

GREELY 5, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Julia Maine had two goals as the Rangers (4-2) beat the Patriots (0-6) at Gray.

Freyja Victory, Emily Domingo and Cassie Demick also scored.

YORK 2, FALMOUTH 1: Cari Posternak scored to force overtime, then scored the winner as the Wildcats (4-1) beat the Yachtsmen (4-1-1) at Falmouth.

Megan Fortier gave Falmouth a 1-0 lead on a penalty stroke in the second half.

WELLS 2, YARMOUTH 1: Monica Link and Panida Theerathampitak assisted each other on goals as the Warriors (2-3) edged the Clippers (3-3-1) at Wells.

Emma Peterson scored for Yarmouth.