FALMOUTH — Michael Sanzari scored a goal in each half Thursday night as Falmouth earned a 5-0 victory against York in a Western Maine Conference schoolboy soccer game.

Olin Rhoads had a first-half goal for Falmouth (8-2-1). Jonas Spiegel and Brody Lycan scored in the second half.

Brett Smith stopped eight shots for York (4-6-1), which put one shot on goal.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 9, LAKE REGION 0: Bobby Murray and Xander Bartone scored two goals each to lead the Panthers (7-3) over Lake Region (0-10) at Yarmouth.

Also scoring were Tom Pitts, seniors Trevor Lachance and Noah Dennis, who scored their first varsity goals, and freshmen Ryan Baker and Xander Kostelnik.

WELLS 4, POLAND 2: Liam Bell scored two goals to pace Wells (5-5-1) over the Knights (3-7-1) at Poland.

Alex Pinnette and Nick Wuerthner also scored for the Warriors, who led 4-0 with 18:48 left. Patrick Kuklinski scored twice for Poland in the final five minutes.

Nick Chandler had one save for Wells. Trevor Saunders handled seven shots for the Knights.

WESTBROOK 3, BONNY EAGLE 1: Ahmed Hadi had a pair of first-half goals as the Blue Blazes (4-6-2) downed the Scots (1-7-2) at Standish.

Hadi’s goals gave Westbrook a 2-0 halftime lead.

Caleb Pendleton scored on a one-on-one for Bonny Eagle to make it 2-1 before Nshuti Gakuru answered for the Blue Blazes.

Brady Grass of the Scots and B.J. Hendrickson of Westbrook made six saves each.

SANFORD 6, WINDHAM 2: Mitch Duncan and Earl Fall had two goals each to lead Sanford (4-6) over the Eagles (3-8) at Windham.

Josh Webber made it 3-0 18:12 into the game, and Patrick Morris finished with a goal and two assists for the Spartans.

Jaden Petty and Gene Gumaer scored for Windham.

BIDDEFORD 1, NOBLE 1: Bailey Coull scored the tying goal from Casey Halliday with 15 minutes left in the first half for the Knights (0-9-1) against the Tigers (1-9-1) at North Berwick.

George Bigeni set up Badir Sadoon for a goal after five minutes for Biddeford.

GARDINER 1, MORSE 0: Larsson Lunt scored with 28:09 to go to lift Gardiner (6-4-1) over Morse (3-7-1) at Bath.

Peter DelGallo assisted on Lunt’s goal.

Kenneth Moore made four saves to preserve the shutout. Alex Fernald stopped nine shots for Morse.


THE WINTHROP boys’ soccer team already exceeded its win total from last year and matched its output of two years ago with Tuesday’s 2-1 overtime victory against Mt. Abram.

If the playoffs started today, the Ramblers would again be on the outside looking in. But if they can pull off an upset Friday against St. Dominic and take winnable games against Wiscasset and Dirigo to end the season, they may extend their season.

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