ROCKLAND — Declan Hall scored with 1:58 left in overtime to lift Morse to a 2-1 win over Oceanside in a boys’ soccer game Monday afternoon.

The Shipbuilders (5-3) took a 1-0 lead with 27 minutes remaining in the first half on a direct kick from Dakota Freeman.

The Mariners tied it on a goal by Sam Townsend with 10 minutes left in the second half.

Mariners goalie Colby Dorr recorded 13 saves. Alex Fernald stopped 11 shots for Morse.

A.R. GOULD 3, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 2: Issak Aliyow scored twice to lead A.R. Gould (5-3) past the Lions (1-5-1) in South Portland.

A.R. Gould got out to a 2-0 advantage on goals by Aliyow and Tyrese Collins.

The Lions cut the lead to 2-1 before halftime on Christian Patterson’s goal from Jeremiah Hammond.

Aliyow added his second goal to open the second half, putting the Lions up 3-1.

Hammond added a goal for the Lions late in the second-half on a penalty kick.

GORHAM 8, MASSABESIC 0: Jackson Fotter scored four goals to lead the Rams (6-0-1) past the Mustangs (0-8) in Gorham.

Kyle King scored two goals for Gorham, and Andrew Rent and Kyle Patterson each added a goal. Tyler Richman and Ethan Orach each had two assists.

Mustangs goalie Joshua Castonguay recorded 10 saves.

Alex York stopped three shots for Gorham.


YARMOUTH 3, CAPE ELIZABETH 0: Sophia McGrath had a goal and an assist in the first half to lead the Clippers (6-4) past the Capers (4-5) in Cape Elizabeth.

Molly Wilson added a goal to put the Capers up 3-0 in the second half.

Capers goalie Kinnon McGrath recorded 11 saves. Cate Ralph stopped three shots for the Clippers.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 6, GREELY 0: Grace Condon scored twice and added an assist to lead the Raiders (4-5-1) past the Rangers (4-5) in Fryeburg.

Condon scored twice in the first half, and Bridget Tweedie and Taylor Kruger also scored to give Fryeburg Academy a 4-0 lead at the half. Kruger finished with two goals.

Rangers goalie Kylie Rogers recorded 14 saves.

Kaleigh Rose stopped two shots for Fryeburg.

WELLS 4, MAINE GIRLS ACADEMY/WAYNFLETE 1: The Warriors (2-6-1) scored four second-half goals and beat the Flying Lions (0-7) in Portland.

Hannah Moody, Takara McDermott and Delaney O’Brien each scored in an eight-minute span in the second half to put the Warriors ahead 3-0. Marissa Mizzoni added a goal with two minutes remaining.

Gabby Eng assisted on a goal by Semhar Yehdego for the Flying Lions.

Goalie Kiera MacWhinnie recorded 19 saves.

UPDATE: This story was changed at 10:30 a.m. on Sept. 27 to correctly identify the Massabesic boys’ soccer goalie.