Tuesday’s high school roundup: Culley’s overtime goal puts Waynflete Boys’ football past Yarmouth

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Waynflete’s Roanm Hopkins and Yarmouth’s Truman Peters, left, battle for possession during their Tuesday game in Portland. Myles Culley scored in overtime and Waynflete won 3-2. Ben McCanna / Personal Photographer

Senior Myles Culley scored 1:56 into overtime to give the Waynflete Boys’ Soccer Team a 3-2 victory over Yarmouth on Tuesday in Portland.

Culley was held scoreless in regulation for the first time this season. In overtime, he produced enough space on a right-to-left dribbling motion to uncork a 30-yard shot with his powerful left foot for the winner.

It was Culley’s 35th goal of the season and clinched the first Class C South seed for Waynflete (12-1-1), the three-time defending state champions.

“What a way to end the season. It doesn’t get any better than that. It was one of my best times on the soccer field,” Culley said.

Two-time defending Class B champion Yarmouth fell to 10-2-2 and will finish third in B South, coach Mike Hagerty said.

Waynflete held a 2-1 halftime lead on goals from Liam Anderson (assist from Jacob Woodman) on a play set up by a straight kick from Culley, and Nils Burton-Johanson (assist from Dudley Holdridge ).

Yarmouth tied the game twice, thanks to goals from Zach Kelly in the first half and then from Adam McLaughlin with 3:50 left in regulation time. Yarmouth keeper Ian O’Connor kept it 2-1 early in the second half with a diving save on Culley’s best chance in regulation time.

O’Connor had little chance on Culley’s winner.

“Nobody had ruled it out for 80 minutes yet. We just didn’t have a game scheduled for 90,” Hagerty said.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 3, LAKE REGION 2: Jacob Adams scored a goal in each half, both assisted by Matteo La Porta, as the Raiders (9-5) beat the Lakers (3-11) at Fryeburg.

Rafael Ajimura added a goal for Fryeburg Academy.

Jacob Chadbourne scored for the Lakers, while Colin Coyne stopped five shots.

PORTLAND 5, THORNTON ACADEMY 1: Martin Kalala scored twice as the Bulldogs (9-5) outscored the Trojans (6-7-1) at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland.

Brady Toher scored a first-half goal for Portland. Ollie Hettenbach added a goal and an assist and Francisco Samuel added a goal.

Tresor Olela scored for Thornton Academy and Rory Beaudoin made two saves.

LINCOLN ACADEMY 6, GARDINER 0: Jack Duncan scored from Casey Duncan in the 21st minute and Peter Thelander added a goal from a pass from Pablo Jimenez Duran two minutes later as the Eagles (11-1-2) took a 2-0 lead at halftime. -time and crossed the Tigers (8 -5-1) in Newcastle.

Jack Duncan finished with three goals for Lincoln Academy, while Jack Castonia and Casey Duncan added goals.

GIRL SOCCER

SANFORD 0, KENNEBUNK 0: Sophie Olivo recorded eight saves for the Spartans (7-5-2) and Isabella Crowe stopped 10 shots for the Rams (3-9-2) as the teams played out a scoreless draw at Kennebunk.

WAYNFLETE 2, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 1: Lucy Hart scored twice just before halftime to lead the Flyers (10-4) over the Gulls (9-5) at Old Orchard Beach.

Ayla Stutzman recorded eight saves for Waynflete.

Camryn Blatchford scored an opening goal for OOB and Summer St. Louis made six saves in net.

CHEVERUS 6, BIDDEFORD 1: Finley Brown scored twice as the Stags (10-4) crossed the Tigers (1-13) on the road to Biddeford.

Caoilinn Durkin, Lilly Hoyt, Sophia Monfa and Annie Vigue all scored for Cheverus. Evelyn Rush made four saves in net.

Hannah Smith scored from a corner for Biddeford. Sarah Parks made nine saves.

FIELD HOCKEY

GORHAM 3, SANFORD 0: Annie Cunningham, Ellie Szostalo and Emerson Hama all scored as the Rams (8-5-1) beat the Spartans (5-8-1) at Sanford.

Megan Sheppard recorded 17 saves for Sanford.


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