David Kita’s goal with 5:58 remaining capped a second-half comeback that gave Deering a 2-1 boys’ soccer victory Wednesday at Cheverus.

After a scoreless first half, Cheverus (2-4-1) took the lead when Emmet Schuele scored on an assist from James Baur with 33 minutes left. Just two minutes later, though, Jeannot Ndayishimiye finished in transition after a pass from Chandrel Mangele Laza

Kita’s goal came off a throw-in from Laza.

Wyatt Roy made six saves for Cheverus. Mohammed Turki stopped five shots for the Rams (4-2-1).

SCARBOROUGH 2, PORTLAND 1: Parker Killiard scored two minutes into the first overtime to give the Red Storm (6-0) a victory over the Bulldogs (3-3) in Scarborough.

Killiard got to a deflected ball and one-timed it past keeper Jose Kiala (seven saves).

Will Fallona headed home a Nicholas Connolly feed to put the Red Storm ahead with 30 minutes left in regulation. Cristo Vumpa tied it seven minutes later, sending a free kick past Scarborough keeper Nick Ouellette (five saves).

THORNTON ACADEMY 4, MASSABESIC 0: Arthur Closs Reston scored a pair of goals to pace the Golden Trojans (3-3) in a win over Mustangs (0-7) at Saco.

Jerry Gomez and Harris Stoddard each added a goal.

WINDHAM 3, KENNEBUNK 1: Sam Glycos struck for a pair of second-half goals to help the Eagles (5-0) secure a win over the Rams (1-3-2) in Windham.

Windham’s Tyler Johnsen scored the only goal of the first half, putting in a rebound off the keeper.

Kennebunk averted a shutout on a late goal by Connor Keefe.

FALMOUTH 4, BONNY EAGLE 1: Sean MacDonald and Mason Farr both scored in each half for the Navigators (5-0-1) in a win over Scots (3-4) at Standish.

Jahmani Enking gave Bonny Eagle an early lead.

Max Koons stopped seven shots for the Scots, while Justin Mayo made five saves for Falmouth.

MARSHWOOD 9, WESTBROOK 0: Trevor Wozny paced the Hawks (6-1) with a hat trick as they handled the Blue Blazes (0-6) at Westbrook.

Abram Cartmill and Andrew Daskoski each scored twice. Declan Fitzgerald and Douglass Starkey pitched in with a goal apiece.

Jason McCarthy had 12 saves for Westbrook.

FIELD HOCKEY

BIDDEFORD 8, WINDHAM 2: CeCe Keller scored three goals and assisted on another, and Jayme Walton had two goals and an assist as the host Tigers won their fourth consecutive game.

Biddeford (5-2) got three goals in the first quarter, the first two by Keller. The Tigers led 4-0 at halftime and 6-0 after three quarters.

Jill McSorley contributed a goal and two assists.

Emma Morrison and Zoe Dries scored for Windham (4-3).

SCARBOROUGH 6, BONNY EAGLE 0: Anna Borelli scored once in each half, leading the Red Storm (6-1) past the Scots (3-4) at Scarborough.

Lillian Finley and Ayden Harris each added a goal and an assist. Daisy Stone and Anjali Bhatnager also scored.

Katie Roy needed just one save to secure the shutout. Lilly O’Connor recorded seven saves for Bonny Eagle.

CHEVERUS 3, KENNEBUNK 0: Taylor Tory scored twice and Lucy Johnson added a late goal as the Stags (6-0) defeated the Rams (3-3) in Portland.

GORHAM 2, MARSHWOOD 0: Sydney Connolly and Brooke Farquhar converted penalty corners as the Rams (5-2) downed the Hawks (0-7) at South Berwick.

Connolly opened the scoring midway through the first quarter on a pass from Hannah Bickford. Annie Cunningham set up Farquhar’s goal in the second quarter.

Lily Dupree turned aside 18 shots for Marshwood.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 3, WISCASSET/BOOTHBAY 0: Jaden Boulanger scored twice and added an assist as the Falcons (2-3) blanked the Wolverines (0-5) in Wiscasset.

Alice LeDuc scored Mountain Valley’s second goal to make it 2-0 at halftime. Ali Mazza had an assist. Emma Koch and Brooke Chase combined to make five saves for the Falcons.

Emilie Crocker had 14 saves for Wiscasset/Boothbay.

VOLLEYBALL

SANFORD/NOBLE 3, PORTLAND 0: Sage Study had 14 kills, two blocks and two digs, and Kora Eckelman finished with 12 kills and three blocks as the Spartans (5-1) swept the Bulldogs (0-5) at Portland, 25-17, 25-23, 25-11.

Grace Davie recorded 25 assists for Sanford. Julianna Howard contributed 16 service points.


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