April 25, 2013

Boys' Roundup: OOB scores early, puts away Traip

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WINDHAM 10, BIDDEFORD 4: Christian Zwirner had three goals and an assist for the Eagles (3-0), who pulled away in the second half against the Tigers (1-3) at Windham.

GREELY 11, WAYNFLETE 10: Brendan Trelegan scored a game-high five goals to lift the Rangers (2-0) over the Flyers (1-1) at Cumberland.

Zander Majerick led Waynflete with three goals.

BRUNSWICK 11, MESSALONSKEE 8: Cameron Glover scored four goals and assisted on four others, leading the Dragons (4-0) over Messalonskee (2-1) at Brunswick.

Bailey Caparratto, Ryan Croatti and T.J. Sullivan scored twice each for Brunswick.

LAKE REGION 4, BONNY EAGLE 2: Mike Triglione scored with eight minutes left to break a 2-2 tie, then added his fourth goal in the final second to lift the Lakers (2-1) over the Scots (1-3) at Naples.

YORK 7, FREEPORT 5: Mason Finitz scored two goals to lead the Wildcats (1-1) over Freeport (0-1) at York.

Michell Lee added a goal and an assist for York. Clayton Morrison had three goals and an assist to lead the Falcons.

OAK HILL 15, LINCOLN ACADEMY 2: Jon Averill, Caleb Provost and Brian Daniels led the Raiders at Wales.

Averill had five goals and two assists, and Daniels had five goals and one assist. Provost added three goals and four assists.

Also for the Raiders, Kyle Flaherty had two goals and three assists, and Cody Rolston had two assists.

Ben Stone had two goals for Lincoln Academy.

GARDINER 16, ST. DOMINIC 3: Tyler Jamison scored five goals to lead Gardiner (4-0) over St. Dominic (0-1) at Auburn.

Dalton Sargent added two goals and three assists, and Keegan Smith and Josh Calwell each had two goals and two assists for Gardiner. Jake Truman, Seth Wing, Austin Moore, Walker Norton and Adrian Heath all had one goal. J.D. Crocker made four saves for Gardiner.

Austin Roy, Grant Carrier and Nick Hatfield scored for St. Dom's.

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