CUMBERLAND — Ian LaBrie scored on a breakaway with 7:24 remaining and Yarmouth beat Greely 3-2 in a boys’ soccer game Saturday afternoon.

The Clippers (7-2-1) took a 1-0 lead on Sawyer Flowerdew’s goal late in the first half, but Lucas Goettel answered for Greely (4-4-1) on a free kick early in the second half.

Sutter Auger converted Evan Van Lonkhuyzen’s feed with 17:33 to play, momentarily putting Yarmouth back on top, but six minutes later, Chris Williams pulled the Rangers even again.

Luca Duina made seven saves for Greely, while Zhi Cowles stopped two shots for the Clippers.

SCARBOROUGH 3, CAPE ELIZABETH 2: Alan King scored with 18:36 to play as the Red Storm (6-1-1) beat the Capers (2-5-1) in Cape Elizabeth.

Zander Haskell scored two goals, 2:15 apart, to give the Red Storm at 2-0 lead in the first half. Egan Doherty scored just before the end of the half, and Nic Boudreau scored in the second half as the Capers tied it.


Quinn Gordon made six saves for Cape Elizabeth, while Peter O’Brien stopped three shots for Scarborough.

PORTLAND 3, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Steve Matanga, Ben Horrisberger and Gracien Mukwa each scored a goal as the Bulldogs (6-2) beat the Red Riots (1-7) in Portland.Max Cheever and Paul Liwanga each had an assists for Portland, and Henry Flynn made four saves.

Paul Zechman and Tom Caouette combined to make three saves for South Portland.


YARMOUTH 2, GREELY 1: Parker Harnett and Anna Wallace each had goal as the Clippers (6-3) beat the Rangers (2-5-1) in Yarmouth.

Ava Feeley and Emma Moll each had an assists, while Kate Siegel made four saves for Yarmouth.

Hannah Cornish scored on a penalty kick and goalkeeper Elise Ekowicki saved six shots for Greely.

BRUNSWICK 8, EDWARD LITTLE 0: Betty Bakkila had a hat trick as the Dragons (7-0-2) beat the Red Eddies (0-8) in Auburn.

Molly Taub had two goals and two assists, while Kynli Van Leer, Grace Costello and Kelsie Carlton all scored once. Sophia Morin and Emma Banks had two assists and Van Leer had one.


BIDDEFORD 5, MARSHWOOD 1: Abby Allen had a goal and two assists as the Tigers (2-0) beat the Hawks (0-1) in Biddeford.

Carley Lovejoy scored twice for Biddeford. Valentina Laflamme and Jayme Walton each had a goal, and Hailey Bedard, Jill McSorley and Cece Keller all had an assist.

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