Mason Quiet buried a long free kick 55 seconds into overtime Thursday night, and Falmouth knocked Deering from the unbeaten ranks with a 3-2 win in Falmouth.
It was the 500th soccer victory for Coach Dave Halligan, who also has more than 500 wins a boys’ basketball coach.
Falmouth (6-4-1) took an early lead when Finn Cameron set up Justin Mayo for a header. It held it until the Rams (8-1-2) pulled even with 11 minutes left, as Chandrel Mangele Laza set up Carlos Adriano-Muaco.
Ben Pausman then put the Navigators back in front when he converted a penalty kick with eight minutes to go, but Laza’s goal with 2:53 left in regulation forced overtime.
Caden Berry made six saves for Falmouth, while Deering’s Adao Lufumbo-Mbeza stopped two shots.
FALMOUTH 3, DEERING 2, OT
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