Thursday, May 23, 2013
From staff reports
SOUTH BERWICK — Tyler DeFosse scored with one minute remaining in the second overtime to lift Windham to a 2-1 win over Marshwood in an SMAA schoolboy soccer game on Tuesday.
Jacopo Secchi tied the game for Windham (6-1) with a goal in the 58th minute. A Logan Smith goal early in the second half gave Marshwood the lead.
Jimmy Campbell of Cheverus heads down the field with the ball as Haron Habibzai of Portland rushes in Tuesday during Cheverus’ 2-0 victory at home. Campbell scored the first goal.
Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer
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• Biddeford at Deering at 7 p.m. Friday
• Scarborough at Thornton Academy at 1:30 p.m. Saturday
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Matt Brenner had seven saves for Marshwood. Tyler Connors stopped two shots for Windham.
GORHAM 7, SANFORD 0: Connor Reagan scored three goals, and Chandler Reagan addded one goal and three assists to lead the Rams (7-0-1) past Sanford (0-6-1) at Gorham.
Alex McCarthy had one save for Gorham. Tyler Burgess made five for the Spartans.
SCARBOROUGH 3, DEERING 1: Austin Downing and Wyatt Omsberg each had a goal and an assist to lead the Red Storm (6-0-2) over the Rams (3-3-1) at Portland.
Downing scored the first of three second-half goals on Sam Cekada's assist.
Downing then set up Omsberg and Omsberg feed Kenny Hodgdon on the last goal.
Pat Stanton stopped five shots for the win.
Nathan Finberg converted a direct kick in the first half for Deering.
MORSE 1, BELFAST 0: P.C. Ostergaard took advantage of a mishandled ball by the goalie to score as Morse (2-7) upset Belfast (6-2-1) at Bath.
Michael Alvarez sent a cross inside that Belfast goalie Tremmil Groeme couldn't pull in and Ostergaard was was there to boot it in.
Belfast outshot Morse, 14-7. Duane Tardif had 10 saves for the Shipbuilders; Groeme finished with six.
NOBLE 3, MASSABESIC 0: Sean Jackson had a goal and two assists as the Knights (5-3) shut out Massabesic (2-5-1) at North Berwick.
Jake Emard added a goal and an assist, and Brandon Vigneault also scored.
FALMOUTH 4, TRAIP ACADEMY 1: Grant Burfeind, J.P. White and Cooper Lycan scored, and Will D'Agostino made four saves for the Yachtsmen (7-0-1) against the Rangers (4-3-1) at Kittery.
Ralph Humiston scored and Colin Macomber stopped seven shots for Traip, which allowed an own goal.
ISLESBORO 6, A.R. GOULD 2: Brenden Bourque had two goals to lead the Eagles (1-4) over the Bears (1-6) at South Portland.
Jaruchit Chinsumran, Cameron Jack, Ryan Murphy and Juraj Sagat also scored for the Eagles.
Dante Dennis had both goals and Chris Hogan made four saves for A.R. Gould.
BONNY EAGLE 2, WESTBROOK 1: Ryan Kern got the first goal and set up the winner for the Scots (2-6) against the Blue Blazes (0-7) at Standish.
Kern scored after three minutes, then assisted Valentin Sindlinger about six minutes into the second half.
Owen Gillis tied it shortly after Kern's goal.
Jeff Martin made eight saves for the win. Austin Blake stopped 12 shots for Westbrook.
BRUNSWICK 3, MESSALONSKEE 0: Konnor Scarponi scored two goals to help the Dragons (6-2-1) down Messalonskee (9-3-2) at Brunsiwck.
Ryan Black also scored and Jesse Arford had two assists. Greg Walton got the shutout with five saves.
CHEVERUS 2, PORTLAND 0: Jim Campbell scored in the first half and Jim Biegel in the second as Cheverus (4-4) downed the visiting Bulldogs (1-5-1) at Portland.
Charlie Mull made five saves for the Stags and Chip Weber nine for Portland.
THORNTON ACADEMY 7, BIDDEFORD 0: Aaron Sinclair scored twice to lead Thornton Academy (4-4) past Biddeford (1-6-1) at Saco.
Anthony Beaulieu, Alex Pickering, Tyler Labelle, Darius Nytacyo and Paul Arabatzis also scored.