Divin Mpinga scored with an assist from Joey Hanlon with 29 seconds left in the first overtime Saturday to lift South Portland to a 1-0 victory over Portland in a boys’ soccer match at Fitzpatrick Stadium.

Mpinga, who was robbed by Bulldogs goalkeeper Ben Littell (one save) in regulation, completed a give-and-go with Hanlon to end it.

Michael Zaccaria, in his first varsity start, stopped seven shots for the Red Riots (7-0).

Portland is 4-3.

KENNEBUNK 1, SANFORD 0: Luke Tomasulo scored the only goal as the Rams (2-3-1) blanked the Spartans (0-7-1) in Sanford.

Dylan Jones recorded the shutout, making two saves. Sanford’s Tommy Hickey finished with 12 saves.


FREEPORT 3, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 3: Emmanuel Omeme scored two goals for Freeport (2-2-3) and Max Kenney tallied a pair for Gray-New Gloucester (3-3-1) as the Falcons and Patriots fought to a draw in Gray.

Owen Rusiecki also scored for Freeport. Aidan Hebert got the other goal for GNG.

MARSHWOOD 9, MASSABESIC 0: Nine players scored for the Hawks (6-1) in a win over the Mustangs (0-7) at South Berwick.

Milo Closson, Rowan Carter, Jason Singer, Luke Nelson, Dougie Starkey, Jeremy Turner, Wyatt Yager, Owen Boyer and Michael Burbank notched a goal apiece.

LINCOLN ACADEMY 3, MEDOMAK VALLEY 0: The Eagles (8-0) scored three goals in the second half and shut out the Panthers (0-6) in Newcastle.

Connor Cass struck from 25 yards out for the first goal. Jack Duncan beat two defenders and put in a low shot with 11 minutes remaining, and Pablo Jimenez Duran weaved through defenders for the final goal in the closing minutes.


Eli Pluecker stopped 10 shots for Medomak.


THORNTON ACADEMY 15, KENNEBUNK 13: The Golden Trojans (2-2) got touchdown runs from Caden True and Hayden Whitney in the second half, then survived a late 2-point conversion attempt and stopped another drive with an interception to hold on for a win over the Rams (2-2) in Biddeford.

Kennebunk led 7-2 at halftime after a 4-yard touchdown run by Jonah Barstow in the second quarter, but True put the Trojans ahead with a 35-yard run late in the third.

Whitney then made it 15-7 with a 4-yard run early in the fourth.

Kennebunk had a chance to tie with 3:15 remaining after an unusual 30-yard scoring play. Jack Cornell threw a short pass to Greg Compton, who tried to extend the ball while being tackled. Jacob Morris, though, took the ball out of his teammate’s hands and raced 25 yards for a touchdown. The conversion pass failed, however, as Morris couldn’t hold on to a high pass from Cornell.


A fumble on Thornton’s next possession gave Kennebunk one more chance, but Henry Lausier made his second interception of the fourth quarter – a diving grab at the Thornton 1.

Thornton got a safety in the first quarter on a blocked punt through the end zone.


BIDDEFORD 2, THORNTON ACADEMY 1: Ayla Lagasse scored her second goal of the game 28 seconds into the second overtime, lifting the Tigers (8-0) over the Golden Trojans (4-3) in Saco.

Cece Keller earned an assist on the goal.

Lagasse gave Biddeford a 1-0 lead late in the first quarter when she knocked in a rebound. Arianna Agosto tied it on a breakaway with 6:16 left in regulation.


Biddeford goalie Cadence Goulet made five saves. Allison Marines of Thornton stopped 10 shots.

BRUNSWICK 3, LEWISTON 1: Ava Wolverton opened the scoring just three minutes into the game and later set up a goal by Felicity Jackson as the Dragons (5-3-1) beat the Blue Devils (1-6) in Lewiston.

Brunswick extended its lead to 3-0 in the third quarter on goals by Kiki Dinsmore and Jackson. Lewiston’s Savannah Connor-Schade scored later in the third.

Kimberley McLaughlin made 15 saves for the Blue Devils.

EDWARD LITTLE 0, CAMDEN HILLS 0: Kasey Smith made 13 saves for Edward Little (3-5-1), while Tess Hodgkins of Camden Hills (3-4-1) stopped 15 shots in a scoreless draw at Rockport.



MARANACOOK 2, MORSE 2: Phoebe Bell and Natalie Mohlar scored for Maranacook (6-0-1), while Morse (1-3-2) got goals from Macie Shiers and Helen Robicheaw in a tie at Bath.

MARSHWOOD 11, MASSABESIC 1: Lilli Hammond and Sarah Theriault each scored three goals as the Hawks (7-0) cruised past the Mustangs (1-5) at South Berwick.

Jackie Arnold added two goals. Jadyn Eastman, Shelby Anderson and Lucy Parker also scored for the Hawks.

BRUNSWICK 1, CAMDEN HILLS 0: Eva Kousky scored with an assist from Kynli Van Leer, Sophia Morin made six saves, and the Dragons (5-0-1) edged the Windjammers (3-2-1) in Rockport.

Maddy Tohanczyn made 13 saves for Camden Hills.

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