Gray-New Gloucester’s Miles Post tries to avoid Rufus MacVane of Yarmouth during an eight-man football game Friday night in Gray. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

GRAY — Miles Post rushed for two touchdowns, and Gray-New Gloucester shook off a sloppy first half as it earned a 40-14 win over Yarmouth in an eight-man football game Friday night.

Gray-New Gloucester (2-2) lost four fumbles in the first half but trailed only 8-6. The Patriots then took control in the third quarter, getting a 25-yard TD run from Griffyn Gomes and a defensive touchdown from Nick Geer, who recovered a bad snap in the end zone.

Kody Benson extended the lead to 28-8 with a 51-yard run early in the fourth. Quarterback Spencer LaBrecque answered with his second touchdown run for Yarmouth (1-3), but Post’s second TD on a 49-yard run made it 34-14.

Jeremiah Pye added a 17-yard TD run in the final minute.

LaBrecque gave Yarmouth an early lead with a 41-yard touchdown run and a conversion rush following Gray-New Gloucester’s first fumble. A 21-yard run by Post later in the first quarter cut the Patriots’ deficit to 8-6.

SCARBOROUGH 43, EDWARD LITTLE 13: Sam Rumelhart ran for three touchdowns and passed for two as the Red Storm (2-2) beat the Red Eddies (0-4) in Auburn.

Rumelhart, who completed 5 of 11 passes for 130 yards, threw two 35-yard scoring passes to Ryan Kelly and had TD runs of 42, 15 and 2 yards. Rumelhart finished with 11 carries for 163 yards.

Rumelhart also kicked four extra points and rushed for a conversion.

Reno Karageorge added a 3-yard TD run and a conversion rush.

Jack Keefe tossed a pair of fourth-quarter touchdown passes for Edward Little.

FIELD HOCKEY

MASSABESIC 3, FALMOUTH 2: Charlie Anderson, Mary Duffy and Micaela Jacobs scored and the Mustangs (7-0) held off the Navigators (5-3) in Waterboro.

Lydia Suhy made six of her 12 saves in the fourth quarter to secure the win.

Charlize Kelly and Mallory Roy scored for Falmouth, while Jenna Nunley stopped five shots.

SCARBOROUGH 1, KENNEBUNK 0: Lily Stone scored in the third quarter and Katie Roy made seven saves as the Red Storm (7-1) edged the Rams (3-4) at Kennebunk.

Kennebunk goalie Ari Fourtzialas-Price finished with nine saves.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

YARMOUTH 6, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 0: Ava Feeley scored twice to lead the Clippers (5-1) past the Raiders (0-4) at Yarmouth.

Kate Sahagian, Grace Lestage, Katelyn D’Appolonia and Sonja Bell also scored.

Maya Mahan made 18 saves for Fryeburg.

BOYS’ SOCCER

CAPE ELIZABETH 5, LAKE REGION 1: Sam Cochran and Sebastian Moon each tallied a pair of goals as the Capers (4-2) defeated the Lakers (2-4) in Cape Elizabeth.

Eddie Caldera also scored and Stewart Kelly had three assists for Cape.

Zach Vogel’s goal in the 76th minute prevented a shutout.

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