Thornton Academy will host the Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic for the second year in a row next summer, Athletic Director Gary Stevens announced Thursday night.

The 28th edition of the Lobster Bowl was played in July at Hill Stadium in Saco because of renovations at Biddeford’s Waterhouse Field. Waterhouse hosted the senior all-star game from 1992 through 2016.


CHEVERUS 4, SCARBOROUGH 1: Michael Mason recorded a hat trick and the Stags (7-4) scored four consecutive goals to pull away from the Red Storm (7-4) in Scarborough.

Elliot Dumais scored for Scarborough early in the game before Nolan Doherty answered with an unassisted goal as the teams went to intermission tied 1-1.

Harrison Bell made five saves for Cheverus. Morgan Pratt stopped four shots for the Red Storm.

CAPE ELIZABETH 2, GREELY 1: David Hare scored off a John O’Connor corner kick in the first half, and O’Connor added a goal early in the second as the Capers (6-3-1) beat the Rangers (4-5-1) in Cumberland.

Matt Kramlich got Greely’s goal later in the second half, assisted by Hazael Tshituka.

Sean Agrodnia made nine saves for Cape Elizabeth, while Greely’s A.J. Eisenhart stopped eight shots.

SOUTH PORTLAND 5, BONNY EAGLE 0: The Red Riots (10-0-1) scored four goals in the second half to pull away from the Scots (5-5) in South Portland.

Kyle Patterson scored twice, Anthony Perron, Damir Brkic and Connor Mullen each added a goal, and Cooper Mehlhorn recorded two assists.

Riley Hasson stopped four shots for the shutout. Nick Beaulieu had six saves for Bonny Eagle.

GORHAM 3, WINDHAM 0: Kyle King scored in each half as the Rams (9-1-1) defeated the Eagles (1-10) in Gorham.

Andrew Rent opened the scoring, with an assist from Cooper Lyons.

Trevor Gray made four saves for the shutout. Windham’s Alex Wilkins stopped eight shots.

MASSABESIC 2, NOBLE 0: Noah Perry and Dilan McEneaney scored in the second half as the Mustangs (3-8) defeated the Knights (1-11) at Waterboro.

Joshua Castonguay made eight saves for the shutout. Travis Marshall stopped six shots for Noble.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 2, SACOPEE VALLEY 1: Gunner Gurnis scored the go-ahead goal on a feed from Max Kummer with six minutes remaining, and the Raiders (4-7) edged the Hawks (1-8-1) in Fryeburg.

Michael Murphy opened the scoring for Sacopee Valley early in the match. Noah Hart answered with 15 minutes left in the first half.

Colin Pietrantonio stopped five shots for Fryeburg, while Matt Day made seven saves for Sacopee.

YARMOUTH 7, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 0: Eric LaBrie had a goal and two assists for the Clippers (11-0) in a win over the visiting Panthers (3-6-1).

Yarmouth got first-half goals from Jack Jones, Luke Groothoff, Bennett Wheaton, Bayden McLaughlin and LaBrie. Will Nicholas and John D’Appolonia scored in the second half.

Connor Clock made 12 saves for NYA.

MT. BLUE 4, OXFORD HILLS 0: Sam Smith scored two goals to lead the Cougars (6-4-1) over the Vikings (1-9-1) in South Paris.

Eli Yeaton and Adam Loewen added a goal apiece, and Aidan Salisbury had two assists. Tucker Carleton made two saves for the shutout.

WINSLOW 2, GARDINER 1: Caleb Burbank and Bryce Hillier scored second-half goals as the Black Raiders (9-2) erased a halftime deficit against the Tigers (2-8-1) in Gardiner.

Jackson Tweedy scored for Gardiner.

TEMPLE 7, VALLEY 1: Noah Shepherd notched a hat trick, and Nikola Kekic and Sawyer Deroche each added two goals as the Bereans (11-0) beat the Cavaliers (1-8) in Bingham.

Joey Thomas scored for Valley.

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