Monday’s high school roundup: Deering rules out Windham from men’s soccer

Deering scored twice in the first half on Monday as they beat Windham 3-0 in a men’s soccer game in Portland.

Carlos Adriano-Muaco scored the first for the Rams (3-0) with 12:53 left in the half when he sent a low shot from the left side about 12 yards past goaltender Tate Robinson, who finished with six saves for the Eagles (2-2).

Nick Mboumba made it 2-0 from an almost identical angle, but 6 yards closer 4:07 before halftime.

Patricio Mowa scored the final goal when he dribbled from midfield to the top of the penalty area, broke away from a pair of defenders and sent a fierce waist-high shot into the back corner left with 5:33 to go.

Adao Lufumbo-Mbenza stopped two shots for Deering.

PORTLAND 7, BIDDEFORD 1: Oliver Hettenbach led the Bulldogs (2-2) with two goals as they beat the Tigers (1-3) at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland.

Christo Brito, Exauce Lenge and Kosta Nedeljkovic each scored a first-half goal for Portland. Tyler Bryant and Jack Think scored in the second half.

Ahmed Al Mshakeel scored for Biddeford and Callum Labonte made six saves in goal.

SCARBOROUGH 8, SANFORD 3: Will Fallona scored three goals and Sandro Kaumba added two as the Red Storm (4-0) managed the Spartans (0-3) at Sanford.

Jack Moreau opened the scoring when he finished off a header from Kilson Joao 3:32 into the game. Kaumba tapped a loose ball in front of the net after a corner with 17:45 left in the half. Fallona had her first breakaway shot that went under Sanford goaltender Tommy Hickey with 15:07 to go. Kaumba then completed a nifty home run with Dillon Wilkinson about two minutes later for a 4-0 lead.

Joel Morrison scored Sanford’s first goal on a left-footed shot that blasted past Scarborough goaltender Nicholas Ouellette with 11:44 left.

Fallona completed the hat trick by scoring on a low diagonal shot from the left side with 1:24 remaining before halftime and heading in a corner taken by Dillon MacLeod 1:31 into the second half.

Midway through the second, Shawn Puffer finished off a long free kick from Morrison, who also converted a late penalty for Sanford’s final goal.

YARMOUTH 2, NORTH YARMOUTH 1 ACADEMY: Truman Peters scored early in the first half and the Clippers (3-0-1) held off the Panthers (1-3) at Yarmouth.

Rodgers Crowley scored from 12 yards early in the first half for the Panthers before Yarmouth’s Matt Gautreau headed a ball that popped an NYA defender after a long throw-in from Liam Hickey.

Goalkeeper Tanner Anctil stayed the course by stopping three individual threats from Yarmouth, who held an 11-2 advantage on penalties.

FIELD HOCKEY

MT. ARARAT 5, MORSE 0: Grace Keleher had a hat trick and Rebecca St. Pierre added two goals for the Eagles (3-2) as they shut out the Shipbuilders (1-5) at Topsham.

POLAND 8, TRAIP ACADEMY 0: Briyana Velilla scored three goals for the Knights (1-2) in their shutout against Rangers (0-3) in Poland.

Sydney Lacombe contributed two goals, and Nora Thornton, Breah Beaucage and Rianna St. Pierre each scored one.

Traip goalkeeper Charlotte Masse made 26 saves.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 6, CABIN 1: Olivia Mastine had three goals and three assists as the Phoenix (4-1) beat the Seahawks (0-3) at Boothbay.

Adell Pease, Avery Bessey and Mary Hamblin also scored for Spruce Mountain.

Savannah Compare scored for the Seahawks. Cas Amaral made 14 saves for Boothbay.

Phoenix goaltenders Mallory Clark and Hannah Jewett combined for two saves.

ST. DOMINICA 2, GREELY 1: The Saints (5-0) earned an overtime win over the Rangers (0-3) at Auburn.

Ava Apodaca scored the winning goal and goaltender Maia Côté stopped four shots.


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