Maine HS Highlights: Biddeford goes OT to down Falmouth

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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Biddeford 4, Falmouth 3 OT

Logan Magnan scored early in overtime to give Biddeford the victory in a Class A South contest. He assisted on Trevor Ouellette’s goal. Colin Petit and Trenton Ouellette also potted goals for the Tigers. Tyler Baker, Marcus Cady and Garrett Tracy had Falmouth’s goals. Owen Sullivan made 26 saves in the victory while Sam Kidder stopped 24 in the loss.

Cony/Hall-Dale/Monmouth 5, Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse 2

A scoring outburst in the final two minutes gave the Rams a victory. Four players had a goal and a helper for the Rams. They were Avery Pomerleau, Cole Lockhart, Reed Hopkins and Zach Whitney. Riley Dowe also scored. Sam Alexander and Noah Austin scored for the Eagles.

Dustin Larochelle

Lewiston 5, Cheverus 1

Dustin LaRochelle had a pair of goals to lead Lewiston over the Stags. Drew St. Hilaire, Evan Cox and Jacob Story added a tally apiece in the victory. Jack LeBlond had three assists. Michael Hatch had a goal in the middle frame for the Stags.

Bangor 3, Edward Little 2

In a back and forth contest, Nick Boudreau scored to give Bangor a Class A North win. Jacob Monroe opened the scoring for the Rams before Ben Cassidy tied the game for the Red Eddies in the second period. David Brown also scored for the Rams, while Logan Alexander had a power play marker in the third for EL. Jacob Henry made 15 saves for the Rams. Gavin Toussaint stopped 13 shots for the Red Eddies.


Cape Elizabeth 7, Gardiner 1

Philip Taring had a hat trick and a helper to pace Cape Elizabeth in a Class B South contest. Andrew Carroll had a pair of goals while Ryan Collins and Jackson Woods also connected. Peter Haber made 14 saves in the victory while Gardiner’s Quin Veregge made 42 in the loss. Cam Bigelow gave the Tigers a 1-0 lead in the first period.

Presque Isle 6, Brewer 5

The Wildcats came back from a three-goal deficit to defeat Brewer in a pivotal Class B North contest. Thomas Patenaude had a hand in five of Presque Isle’s goals with a hat trick and two helpers. Bailey York had two goals in the victory while Colby Carlisle scored once. Jack Watkins had a hat trick for the Witches. Trey Baker had a tally and three assists while Ben Byorak scored for the Witches.

Keegan Gamache

York 3, Gorham 1

Three players notched a goal to pace York. Jake Nelson, Jake Martin and Andrew Bertolini found the back of the net while Keenan Gamache only needed to make 11 saves for the win. Tyler Weeks scored in the third period to break the shutout bid. Garrett Babineau made 32 saves for Gorham


 Kennebunk/Wells 4, Marshwood/Traip/Sanford/Noble 1

Dean Church had a pair of goals to lead Kennebunk/Wells. Zachary Brown gave KW a 1-0 lead and Christian Putnam had an insurance marker. Indigo Looper made made 13 saves while Ethan Hammond made 26 for Marshwood/Traip/Sanford/Noble, which got a goal from Chase Stanley.

Poland/Leavitt/Oak Hill/Gray-New Gloucester 3, Brunswick 2

Connor Cyr broke a 2-2 deadlock with 51 seconds remaining to give the Kings a 3-2 victory. Ludwig Anderhead had a pair of goals for the Kings. Aiden Snell had both goals for the Dragons.

Yarmouth 3, Portland/Deering 3

Yarmouth’s Kurt Heywood knotted the contest up at three with 2:38 remaining in the game. Dominic Morrill had a pair of goals for the Clippers and Dan Mathum made 35 saves. Walter Lewandowski had a pair of goals for the Rams while Cam King also scored. Benjamin McCallum made 21 saves for Portland/Deering.

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