Ezekiel Appel scored with seven minutes left in regulation as Deering rallied to beat Marshwood 2-1 Tuesday in boys’ soccer in Portland’s Memorial Field.

Wyatt Yager staked Marshwood (3-1) to a 1-0 halftime lead with a goal, assisted by Trevor Wozny.

Jeanno Ndayishimiye tied the game for Deering (3-1) in the 63rd minute.

NYA 5, ST. DOMINIC 0: Chas Rohde scored two goals and Daxton St. Hilaire added a goal and an assist as the Panthers (3-1) handled the Saints (0-2) at Lewiston.

Chad Beaufils and Brayden Warde also scored. Wyatt Thomas and Matt Powers had two assists each.

YARMOUTH 2, GREELY 1: Truman Peters scored the tie-breaking goal with just over 13 minutes to play and the Clippers (4-0) held off the visiting Rangers (2-2).

The Clippers surrendered their first goal of the year and fell behind when Thomas Bennert scored unassisted in the 13th minute, but Stevie Walsh answered from Liam Hickey in the 21st minute to make it 1-1 at the half.

On the winning goal, Hickey threw the ball in and Steve Fulton got it to Peters, who beat Greely goalkeeper Luca Duina (seven saves).

WINDHAM 3, SANFORD 0: Luke Cunniffe scored two goals and Conner Langstaff had one as the Eagles (3-0) blanked the Spartans (1-3) at Sanford.Will Kiley made 15 saves for Sanford.

SOUTH PORTLAND 4, THORNTON ACADEMY 0: Divin Mpinga scored two goals, and Joey Hilton and Joey Peron added one apiece as the Red Riots (2-1) cruised to a win over the Trojans (0-2) at Saco.

PORTLAND 4, BIDDEFORD 1: Nick Paterniti had a goal and two assists to help the Bulldogs (2-2) beat the Tigers (1-3) in Portland.

Jack Fink, Martin Kalala and Jack Lannon each scored one goal with Kalala adding an assist. Ben Littell had three saves in goal.

Ayouba Fofana scored for Biddeford, which got nine saves from Cristo Lembissa.

WAYNFLETE 3, SACOPEE VALLEY 0: Samir Sayed scored two goals, and Matt Adey added one off a direct kick from 50 yards as the Flyers (4-0) cruised past the Hawks (2-2) at Hiram.

Nico Kirby made three saves for Waynflete. Wyatt Buker stopped six shots for Sacopee Valley.

EDWARD LITTLE 2, MT. ARARAT 1: Edward Little’s two-goal outburst in the second half allowed the Red Eddies to shake off Mt. Ararat in Auburn.

Campbell Cassidy and Shaheen Ekal each picked up a goal, with Cassidy collecting an assist. Mohamed Adow also had an assist for EL.

Sebastian Varela scored in the last minute. EL goalie Eli St. Laurent made 11 saves.

FALMOUTH 1, KENNEBUNK 0: Mason Farr converted on a pass from Andrew Christie in the 31st minute to give the Navigators (4-0) a win over the Rams (0-2-1) in Falmouth.

Falmouth goalkeeper Sean MacDonald made two saves and Dylan Jones made seven for Kennebunk.

SCARBOROUGH 9, WESTBROOK 0: Will Fallona scored three goals, and Finn Pederson and Noah Batoosingh added two goals apiece as the Red Storm (4-0) downed the Blue Blazes (0-3) at Westbrook.

Zander Haskell, Kilson Joao and Jack Moreau also scored.

Jason McCarthy and Charles Spinney combined for 17 saves for Westbrook.

ERSKINE ACADEMY 2, LINCOLN ACADEMY 1: Liam Perfetto and Andrew Perry each scored a goal to lead Erskine (3-0) past Lincoln Academy (1-1-1) in South China.

Timber Parlin had three saves for Erskine.

Tate Whitmore scored for Lincoln Academy.


BIDDEFORD 5, BONNY EAGLE 1: Cece Keller had three goals and added an assist as the Tigers (2-2) beat the Scots (1-2) at Standish.

Ayla Lagasse had a pair of goals and an assist for Biddeford.

Macy Cabral scored for Bonny Eagle.

Lily O’Connor and Bella Marier split time in goal for the Scots, making seven saves. Abby Nadeau and Cadence Goulet combined for nine save for the Tigers.

MORSE 4, OCEANSIDE 1: Dylan Barr and Lily Clifford scored two goals apiece as the Shipbuilders (2-1-1) beat the Mariners (1-1) in Rockland.

SCARBOROUGH 4, SANFORD 0: A goal and an assist from Lillian Finley lifted the Red Storm (4-0) to a victory against the Spartans (1-3) in Scarborough.

Halle Seguin, Daisy Stone and Lily Stone each added a goal for Scarborough. Katie Roy made two saves.

Sanford goalie Sadie Sweetser made eight saves.

BRUNSWICK 2, EDWARD LITTLE 1: Amelia Donsbach scored both goals on feeds from Kelsey Sullivan and Ava Wolverton, allowing Brunswick to shake off Edward Little in Auburn.

Donsbach’s goals came in the second and third quarters. Edward Little’s Leah Thibodeau scored her unassisted goal in the fourth quarter.

Mt. Ararat goalie Ahavah Burch made three saves.

WINDHAM 3, MARSHWOOD 2: Ellie Miller scored the winner with 17 seconds to play in the first overtime as the Eagles (3-2) topped the Hawks (0-3) at Windham.

Marshwood took a 2-0 lead in the second quarter as Emily Johnson opened the scoring with a goal with 6:32 to go and Brooke Salvail followed with another 4:02 later.

Zoe Dries scored for Windham with 1:30 remaining in the first half and Emma Morrison pulled  Eagles even, scoring with 3:42 left in regulation. Miller assisted on both goals.

Kelsey Gerry had a pair of saves for the Eagles, and Lily Dupree turned away 22 shots for the Hawks.

GORHAM 11, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Sydney Connolly scored three goals, and Brooke Farquhar, Alyvia Caruso had two goals apiece as the Rams (3-0) cruised past the Red Riots (0-5) at Gorham.

Ambrosia Moore, Julia Wareham, Jillian Morrill and Annie Cunningham also scored.

Emily Keefe made 24 saves for South Portland.


NYA 6, ST. DOMINIC 1: The Panthers (4-0) scored twice in the game’s first six minutes and added four second-half goals in a 20-minute span to beat the visiting Saints (0-3).

Angel Hutsman headed home Maggie Holt’s corner kick 80 seconds into the game for the Panthers. Jazzy Huntsman made it 2-0, finishing a pass from Michala Wallace.

NYA was frustrated by St. Dom’s freshman goalkeeper Anna Theriault (33 saves) the rest of the half and into the second half, but with 22 minutes to go, Emily Robbins scored from Vy Tran for a 3-0 advantage.

The Saints answered on a breakaway goal from Natalie Brocke, but Wallace, Robbins and Angel Huntsman added late goals.

FALMOUTH 3, KENNEBUNK 0: The Navigators (3-0-1) shut out the Rams (1-2) in Kennebunk.

Pearl Quinn had a goal and an assist with Abbie Ford and Gwen Long each scoring once. Jordan Wolf made five saves.

Kennebunk goalkeeper Mackenzie Howard stopped eight shots.

PORTLAND 3, BIDDEFORD 1: Annalise Collins scored two goals, Eliza Stein had a goal and two assists, and Vanessa Connolly made 13 saves as the Bulldogs (1-3) cruised past the Tigers (2-2) at Biddeford.

Kaelly O’Guinn scored for Biddeford. Kerri Scott made nine saves.

WAYNFLETE 4, SACOPEE VALLEY 0: Lucy Sarno scored two goals, and Iris Stutzman and Izzy Gleason added one apiece as the Flyers (1-2) beat the Hawks (0-4) at Portland.

Elyse Guptill made 14 saves for Sacopee.

TRAIP ACADEMY 5, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 2: Molly Sawtelle, Julia Durling, Brinly Seward, Noelle Denholm and Keira Alessi scored, and Olivia O’Leary made six saves as the Rangers (4-1) downed the Seagulls (2-2) at Old Orchard Beach.

Elise MacNair scored two first-half goals for OOB. Kailee Morin and Summer St Louis each had an assists.

Summer St. Louis finished with nine saves.

THORNTON ACADEMY 4, SOUTH PORTLAND 2: Serra Rich, Quincy Thinault, Jess Dow and Renee Gonneville all scored as the Trojans (2-1) broke a 2-2 tie and pulled away from Red Riots (0-3) at South Portland.

Emily Bontatibus made 14 saves for the win.

Julianne Coyne and Ava Bryant scored for South Portland.

DEERING 1, MARSHWOOD 1: Elsa Freeman scored the tying as the horn sounded to close the first half as the Rams (1-2-1) played to a draw with the Hawks (1-2-1) at South Berwick.

Isabelle Young opened the scoring with a goal for Marshwood  44 seconds into the game.

Courtney Jackson of Deering and Cameron Leveille for the Hawks, made three saves apiece.

WINDHAM 6, SANFORD 1: Abbey Thornton had a pair of first-half goals to lead the Eagles (3-0) over the Spartans (0-3) at Windham.

Sarah Talon and Elizabeth Talbot added goals for Windham, and Kyla Harvie and Amelia Montero also scored.

Brooke Berren scored for Sanford in the second half.

Eliza Trafford and Reilly Russell combined for four saves for the Eagles. Julissa McBarron stopped 15 shots for the Spartans.

HALL-DALE 13, WISCASSET 0: Jenna Lee scored three goals to lead the Bulldogs over the Wolverines in Farmingdale.

Emilie Crocker had 31 saves for Wiscasset.

CAPE ELIZABETH 1, YORK 0: Caroline Gentile scored four minutes into the second half to lift the Capers (4-0) over the Wildcats (2-2) at York.

BRUNSWICK 5, MORSE 0: Alexis Morin had a hat trick as the Dragons (4-0) cruised past the Shipbuilders (1-3) in Brunswick.

Shannon Flanangan and Mia Klimash also scored with assists from Klimash and Molly Taub. Kelsie Carlton and Sophia Morin combined for two saves for Brunswick.

Morse goalkeeper Micaela Patterson saved 17 shots.

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