Monday, December 9, 2013
From staff reports
SOUTH BERWICK - Connor Reagen scored three goals, and Kyle Curley and Chris Hardy added one apiece Thursday night to lead undefeated Gorham to a 5-0 victory against Marshwood in an SMAA schoolboy soccer game.
Matt Brenner finished with nine saves for Marshwood (7-4) against the Rams (9-0-2).
KENNEBUNK 1, PORTLAND 0: Patrick Gassman scored with two minutes remaining in the second overtime as the Rams (6-2-3) edged the Bulldogs (2-7-1) at Portland.
John Burns made six saves for the shutout. Chip Weber stopped 15 shots for Portland.
SCARBOROUGH 5, SANFORD 0: Austin Downing finished with two goals and an assist, and Trevor Sparda added two assists as the Red Storm (9-0-2) downed the Spartans (0-10-1) at Scarborough.
Jerry Kenney, Sam Cekada and Wyatt Omsberg also scored for the Red Storm, who led 1-0 at halftime.
Pat Stanton made two saves to record the shutout. Jimmy Parks finished with 13 saves for Sanford.
MESSALONSKEE 1, MT. BLUE 0: Quinn Warren scored after four minutes and goalkeeper Jonah Webb made it stand as the Eagles (5-4-2) beat Mt. Blue (3-8) at Oakland.
The game was shortened in the second half because of rain.
Webb stopped four shots. Ryan Erskine assisted on the goal.
Zack Jackson had three saves for the Cougars.
ERSKINE ACADEMY 1, BREWER 1: Nick Gayer scored an unassisted goal with 17:19 left in the first half as Erskine Academy (5-2-4) earned a tie with the Witches (1-10-1) at Brewer.
YARMOUTH 2, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Ben Vigue snapped a 1-1 tie midway through the second half to lift the Clippers (8-0-3) over the Patriots (5-4-2) at Gray.
David Murphy also scored for Yarmouth.
Josh Kane scored and Nick Rogers made 11 saves for Gray-New Gloucester.
WESTBROOK HIGH'S Homecoming Game will be played on the road.
The Blue Blazes' Western Class B football showdown with York on Friday was moved to Portland's Fitzpatrick Stadium at 8 p.m. Both teams are 4-1.
Marc Sawyer, the athletic director at Westbrook, said the stadium at Olmsted Field was closed to activities because of safety issues regarding the lights. Sawyer said an inspection found several lights "susceptible to the elements and rot."
The stadium has been closed until the lights can be replaced.
"I'm just thankful, with only about 30 hours notice, that our friends in Portland were able to help us," said Sawyer.
Westbrook boys' and girls' soccer games will have to be moved to auxiliary fields on the campus or moved to away sites.