Maine Class B Regional Semifinals: OT/O, Presque Isle, Greely, Cape Elizabeth prevail

Nathan Fournier
Nathan Fournier
Nathan has been covering college, junior, and high school hockey for the last six years for numerous publications. You can follow him on Twitter @jrhockeywriter.

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Jacob Dubay
Old Town/Orono

Old Town/Orono 7, Hampden Academy 3

Jacob Dubay powered the Black Bears to a a date in the regional championship game as he had a hat trick. Dubay opened the scoring in the first period before Sam Economy tied it. The Black Bears entered the second period with a 4-3 lead as Ben Allan-Rahill, Sam Henderson and Tanner Evans found the back of the net. Marcus Dunn and Cooper Leland also scored for the Broncos in the first period. OTO scored three times in the second period as Dubay had two and Tyler McCannell one. Kohle Parker made 20 saves for the Black Bears.

Presque Isle 6, Waterville/Winslow 3

The Wildcats doubled up Waterville/Winslow as Jake Stevens had a hat trick. Gage Letourneau added two goals in the victory while Colby Carlisle had one. Andre Daigle made 28 saves for the victory. Tom Tibbetts had two goals for Waterville/Winslow and Cooper Hart had the other RiverHawks goal. Bryce Gunzinger had 25 saves in the loss.


Greely 4, Yarmouth 1

Jake MacDonald scored twice to power the Rangers. He opened the scoring in the first period while Jackson Williams opened the scoring in the second period to give the Rangers a 2-0 lead. Yarmouth’s Michael Guertler scored on the power play to get the Clippers within one. MacDonald restored the two-goal lead in the third period. Matt Kramlich added a shorthanded empty net goal to cap the scoring. Karsten Bourgoine made 19 saves in the victory while Dan Latham made 44 saves in defeat.

Alex Glidden
Cape Elizabeth

Cape Elizabeth 4, York 2

Alex Glidden had a pair of goals and two assists as the Capers defeated the defending regional champions. Philip Tarling had two goals in the third period as the Capers pulled away in the final 15 minutes. Jake Martin gave York a 1-0 lead in the second period before Glidden scored his first. Spencer Pickett gave the Wildcats a 2-1 lead in the third period before they gave up three straight goals. Peter Haber made 28 saves in the victory while Keenan Gamache also stopped 28 shots.

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