September 25, 2013

Boys' soccer: Storm's balance leads to 6-0 win

From staff reports

SCARBOROUGH - Six players scored and Wyatt Omsberg had two assists Tuesday to lead Scarborough to a 6-0 SMAA boys' soccer win over Noble.

Sam Cekada, Noah Stracqualursi, Jordan Luong, Austin Doody, Josh Morrissey and Sam Warren scored for the Red Storm (4-1).

The Knights (5-1-1) were third in the Western Class A Heal point standings; Scarborough was eighth.

GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 5, ISLESBORO 0: Ethan Spaulding had two goals and an assist to lead the Lions (4-2) in a victory over Islesboro (1-4) in South Portland.

John Konzcal had a goal and an assist. Eddie Daigneault and Ryan Waugh also scored.

Mason Jones did not have to face a shot for the shutout. Ian Davis had 15 saves for the Eagles.

SOUTH PORTLAND 2, WINDHAM 1: Robert Graff twice stole the ball and scored a breakaway goal to provide the offense for the Red Riots (3-3) in their win over Windham (1-4-1) in South Portland.

Graff's goal 1:30 into the second half gave South Portland a 2-0 lead, but Spencer Hodge converted a free kick five minutes into the half to keep the Eagles within a goal.

Both South Portland's Henry Curran and Windham's Tyler Connors had six saves.

YORK 4, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Michael Gallagher's three goals led York (3-0-3) to a victory over the Patriots (1-4) in Gray.

Mitchell Hickey scored the final goal.

Adam Clegg had six saves for the Wildcats, and Brendan McNally seven for GNG.

DEERING 3, BONNY EAGLE 0: Anthony Russo recorded his sixth shutout, and Stephen Ochan had a goal and an assist as the Rams (5-0-1) handled the visiting Scots (4-3).

Ochan set up Jonathan Bujambi before scoring the last goal unassisted.

Fernando Lopez scored from Ben Peterson on the other goal.

FALMOUTH 4, POLAND 0: Luke Velas had two goals as the Yachtsmen (3-0-2) handled the visiting Knights (0-6-1).

Velas put in an assist from Gabe Mahoney in the first half, and scored unassisted in the second.

Jake Grade scored from Nigel Dunn and Taylor Lydick added an unassisted goal.

Zach Lowe made nine saves for Poland.

GREELY 4, FREEPORT 0: Jacob Nason twice scored from Hunter Graham for a two-goal lead at halftime as the Rangers (4-1-1) topped Freeport (1-4-1) in Cumberland.

Ben Leverett had a goal and an assist in the second half. Aidan Black also scored, and Graham added his third assist of the match.

John Wright made three saves for the shutout. Brendan Qualls had nine saves in net for the Falcons.

KENNEBUNK 5, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 1: Robby Burns laid a pass back to Griffin Drigotas for a 12-yard shot that broke a tie as the Rams (4-2) beat the visiting Raiders (2-3-1).

CHEVERUS 4, SANFORD 0: Felix del Vecchio scored a goal in each half, leading Cheverus (4-1) to a win over host Sanford (1-5).

Nate Smith and Charlie Mull also scored for the Stags. Ben Peterson made three saves for the shutout.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 5, RICHMOND 0: Junior D.J. Nicholas scored his 50th career goal and then added two more, leading North Yarmouth Academy (6-0) to a win over host Richmond (4-2).

Mitch Rand and Jeremy Thelvin rounded out the scoring.

PORTLAND 4, MASSABESIC 0: Haron Habibzai scored two first-half goals and Yusuf Yama had two in the second half as the Bulldogs (5-1) defeated the Mustangs (1-5) in Waterboro.

HALL-DALE 4, DIRIGO 0: Konnor Longfellow had a hat trick to lead the Bulldogs (7-0) over the Cougars (1-5) at Farmingdale.

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