Maine HS Hockey – Class B Regional Quarterfinals: North Top Seed Messalonskee Ousted; Top 4 Seeds Advance In South

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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North

No. 8 Old Town/Orono 3, No. 1 Messalonskee 1

The Black jumped on the Eagles in the first period to spark an upset in the Class B North quarterfinals. Dylan Davis scored a hat trick, including two first-period goals. He added a third in the middle frame for a 3-0 advantage. Brock Parks made 37 of 38 saves in the win. Grayson Podey broke the shutout bid in the third period for Messalonskee. Hunter Hallee made 13 saves in the loss for the Eagles.

No. 2 Cony/Hall-Co-op 8, No. 7 Brewer/Lawrence/Skowhegan 2

The Rams jumped out an early lead en route to win over the Witches. Caiden Kelley, Alex Leet, and Cooper Clark gave the Cony Co-op a 3-0 lead. Grady Vanidestine got the Brewer Co-op within two in the second period before Zach Waddell responded for the Rams for a 4-1 advantage. Vanidestine scored again, but Cony answered with Leet notching his second tally of the game. Ray Dineen and Brandon Smith capped the scoring in the second period for a 7-2 Cony advantage. Waddell scored in the third for an 8-2 lead.

Matthew Shayne Hampden Acad.

No. 3 Hampden Academy 2, No. 6 John Bapst Co-op 1

Matt Shayne had a goal and an assist in the Broncos’ win over the Crusaders. Keith Brooks scored a power play goal in the first period to give Hampden Academy a 1-0 lead, with Shayne recording the helper nine minutes into the period. Will Bourgeous potted a shorthanded goal 12:53 into the third period. Owen Maryatt set the goal up. Shayne scored a power-play marker with 10:16 remaining in the second stanza. Colin McKay and Boston Merrow had the assists. Aiden Surren made 19 saves in the win and Kaiden Kinney stopped 21 shots in the loss. The Broncos will face Cony co-op in the regional semifinals on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday at Colby College in Waterville.

No. 5 Camden Hills 7, No. 4 Presque Isle 4

Billy Kurzius scored twice and had an assist in the Windjamers’ win over the Wildcats. Owen McManus and Alden Howard scored twice in the win and Bridger Wetbeck had a goal. Oliver Woollard and Issac Staples had two goals each for the Wildcats. Camden Hills built a 5-2 lead after two periods before both teams scored twice in the final period. Quinn Hoppin stopped 24 shots in the win and Ethan Bosse had 16 saves. The Windjammers will take on the Black Bears in the regional semifinals at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday at Colby.

South

No. 1 Yarmouth/Cheverus 5, No. 8 Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse/Hyde 0

Yarmouth/Cheverus pulled away in the third period in the win over the Eagles.With the score 2-0 after two periods, Andrew Cheevers scored his second of the game 8:40 into the final period. It was his second of the game as he scored in the second period for a 2-0 advantage. Ben Martin potted two in the third in the win. Owen Walsh scored in the first.

No. 2 Poland/Leavitt/Oak Hill/Gray-New Gloucester 10, Kennebunk/Wells 1

Conner Boulay scored a hat trick in the Kings’ victory over the Rams. He scored a goal in the first period and added two more in the third period. Breck Langevin scored in the first and second periods, while Will Keach scored two in the middle frame. Brody Emond had a goal and three assists. Luke Gladu had a goal and two assists. Nick LeBrasseur scored in the third. Ben Urban potted Kennebunk/Wells’ only goal in the middle of the frame on the power play. Weston Church and Sam Pietrowicz had the assists. Ian Guerin made nine saves in the win and Richard Pocius stopped 28 shots in the loss.

No. 3 York 4, No. 6 Brunswick 3, OT

Dylan Jones scored the overtime winner 1:35 into the extra session to give the Wildcats a win over the Dragons. The teams went back and forth in the second period with Maclean Douris giving York a 1-0 lead before Evan Zavitz tied the game at 1-1. James Bowen gave Brunswick a 2-1 lead and Luke Douris evened the game late in the period. Brandon Briggs put York up 3-2 early in the third period before Garrett Countway tied the game with four minutes remaining in the stanza. Aiden McQuaide stopped 32 shots in the win and Michael Shoemaker made 24 saves in the loss. The Wildcats will take on the Kings in the regional semifinals on Saturday at Troubh Arena in Portland.

No. 4 Greely 6, No. 5 Gorham 5, OT

Luke Martin played the role of hero for the Rangers by scoring in overtime to defeat the Rams. He scored 3:50 into the extra session. It was a wild third period, with Gorham battling back from a two-goal deficit. Jacob Shvets and Cole Allen tied the game at 4-4 before Corliss Ordway gave the Rams a 5-4 lead with 1:52 remaining in the stanza. While on the power play, Greely pulled goalie Will Klein (13 saves) for the extra attacker and Cullen Rafford forced overtime with 22 seconds remaining. Ezra McDuffie had two first-period goals to give the Rangers a 2-0 lead in the first period. Landon Anctil and Allen had first-period tallies for Gorham to tie the game 2-2. Allen and McDuffie scored in the middle frame to put Greely up 4-2. Dayton Crockett turned aside 21 shots in the loss. Greely will take on Cheverus/Yarmouth in the semifinals on Saturday at Troubh Arena.

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