October 6, 2013

Boys' Soccer: Greely comes back to down Falmouth

From staff reports

CUMBERLAND - Matt Crowley scored the go-ahead goal from Lucas Watt with four minutes left in the first half Saturday and Greely went on to a 2-1 victory against Falmouth in a Western Maine Conference schoolboy soccer game.

Ben Lydick opened the scoring for Falmouth (4-3-2) from Jake Grade seven minutes into the game. Hunter Graham tied it six minutes later.

Will D'Agostino made nine saves for Falmouth. Alex McAdoo stopped six shots for the Rangers (8-1-1).

KENNEBUNK 1, YORK 1: Jack Lawlor scored from Josh Mitchell for the Wildcats (3-2-5) and Pat Gassman from Dany Reyes for the Rams (3-2-5) at York.

Adam Legg made seven saves for York and Ben Wilson four for Kennebunk.

RICHMOND 2, VINALHAVEN 1: Nate Tribbett converted two penalty kicks to lift the Bobcats (6-2-1) over the Vikings (2-6) at Vinalhaven.

Tribbett scored in each half, and Zeb Campbell of Vinalhaven converted a penalty kick with four minutes left.

Dustin Sullivan made six saves for Richmond. Aiden Emerson stopped 13 shots for Vinalhaven.

A.R. GOULD 8, ISLESBORO 2: Chris Hogan scored twice in each half, leading the Bears (3-5) past Islesboro (2-6) at South Portland.

Eric Valarian, Keegan Gaouette, Chris Thomas and Gabe Olson also scored for A.R. Gould. Cameron Jack and Gabe Olson answered for the Eagles.

Dariyn Wolfe had two saves for the Bears. Ian Davis stopped 12 shots for Islesboro.

FRIDAY'S GAME

NYA 3, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 2: Jackson Cohen-Smith scored two goals and D.J. Nicholas also scored as the visiting Panthers (10-0) topped the Raiders (3-4-1).

Amigo Ortiz scored from Jordan Kruguer just before halftime and Gabe Perry converted a penalty kick with 10 minutes left for the Raiders.

Austin Kidder made five saves for the Panthers. Blaine Andreoli stopped two shots for Fryeburg.

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