SCARBOROUGH — Senior Bryce Kuhn scored four goals to help Falmouth hold on to beat Scarborough 11-10 Wednesday in boys’ lacrosse.

Kuhn also added an assist for Falmouth (2-0), but wanted to keep attention away from himself and focus on his teammates.

“It’s not about me, it’s about the team. Most of my goals, two of them at least, were assisted so that’s not my work, I was just at the end of it. That’s just another player making a play,” said Kuhn.

At the “beginning of the season, he probably wasn’t on anyone’s radar,” said Falmouth Coach Michael Lebel. “None of us were in the Portland Press Herald as players to watch or a team to watch. Which is good, we like flying under the radar, but it’s hard to ignore what Bryce has done.

“He’s a great leader, he steps up and makes great plays. We’d be behind the 8-ball if he wasn’t around.”

Sophomore Jack Scribner scored the last two Falmouth goals to secure the win.

“(Scribner) was on varsity last year, he didn’t play a lot. But he has a swagger to him, a confidence that not a lot of sophomores play with,” said Lebel.

Scribner broke a 9-9 tie with 5:06 left in the fourth quarter and made it 11-9 less than a minute later.

“We didn’t play a bad game, (Scarborough) just played really well. We were lucky to get out of here with a win,” said Lebel.

With 28 seconds remaining in the game, Scarborough called a timeout and set up a play to get an open look for Sam Neugebauer, who delivered, scoring on an assist from Cam Thibault.

Scarborough (0-1) was unable to get another shot.

Neugebauer had three goals and one assist and Thibault had two goals and two assists for the Red Storm.

“Excellent effort on both sides. We have an inexperienced squad and the improvement we showed in the last seven days, I couldn’t be happier,” said Scarborough Coach Joe Hezlep. “To play a game like that against a tough opponent like Falmouth is all we could ask for. We hoped the game would go our way but in the end that’s not what it’s about, it’s about getting better.”

Wednesday was an interclass game; Falmouth is in Class B and Scarborough in Class A.

“Every single year we get excited for these Class A (vs.) Class B rival games. These are statement games,” said Kuhn. “It was a big game, it was a close game to the end. We’re going to have a lot of (close) games this year so it was good to pull out a win.”

“We have a lot of talent on our team, we just don’t have the experience required at this time to be really successful; to go up against the big guys like Cape (Elizabeth) or South Portland,” said Lebel.

Junior George Gilbert had four goals for Falmouth.

“We have a lot of talent, but our guys need to figure out their role,” said Hezlep. “As long as we show up every day and do the things we need to, we’re going to be all right.”