September 28, 2013

Boys' soccer: Clippers upend Capers in OT

From staff reports

CAPE ELIZABETH - David Clemmer scored with 29 seconds left in the first overtime to lift Yarmouth to a 1-0 win over Cape Elizabeth in a Western Maine Conference soccer match Friday night.

Alex Lyon made six saves for Yarmouth (5-0-2). Austin Andrews of Cape Elizabeth (2-2-2) stopped seven shots.

GREELY 3, FALMOUTH 0: Greely (5-1-1) scored three goals in the second half to beat the Yachtsmen (3-1-2) at Falmouth.

Hunter Graham, Austin Nowinski and Jacob Nason contributed a goal apiece, and Aidan Black collected two assists. Greely keeper Alex McAdoo made seven saves.

Will D'Agostino had seven saves for the Yachtsmen.

WAYNFLETE 2, POLAND 0: Harry Baker-Connick scored 13:59 into the match as visiting Waynflete (5-0) blanked Poland (0-7-1).

Serge Nyirikamba added an insurance goal with 10:15 left.

Waynflete keeper Milo Belleau made three stops. Zack Lowe handled six shots for Poland.

FREEPORT 12, LAKE REGION 0: Nick Wilson scored three goals to lead the Falcons (2-4-1) in a rout of Lake Region (0-8) at Freeport.

Caleb Abbott added two goals. Nick Nelsonwood, Harry Stibers, Addison Vosmus, Chandler Birmingham, Shawn Anthony, Mike Harrison, and Brayden Marstaller scored a goal each.

GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 6, HIGHVIEW CHRISTIAN 0: Ethan Spaul-ding scored three goals to lead the Lions (5-2-1) past the Knights (2-5) at South Portland.

Jeremiah Hammond added a pair of goals, and John Konzcal collected two assists.

The Lions also got a goal from Eddie Daigneault.

MESSALONSKEE 4, SKOWHEGAN 0: Dylan Burton and Dylan Jones each had a goal and an assist as the Eagles (3-3-1) beat the Indians (0-6) at Oakland.

Soren Donisvitch and Eric VanDerKarr also scored. Ethan Harris added a pair of assists and Jake Smith stopped six shots.

Anthony Paul had 13 saves for Skowhegan.

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