High school roundup: Saints tip Bangor in OT

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BANGOR — Senior assistant captain Cody Rodrigue scored the game-clincher in overtime to lift St. Dom’s to a 2-1 victory over Bangor in boys’ ice hockey action Saturday.

The Rams (11-4) scored early with a tally from Carl Farnham at the 13:01 mark of the first period.

Junior defenseman Will Desmarais knotted up the contest at 13:21 of the third period for the Saints (10-5), and sent the game into overtime.

Rodrigue came out of the right corner, and fired a shot to the right top shelf of the net just 1:09 into the overtime frame for St. Dom’s.

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Goalie Chris Howat made 25 saves for Bangor, while goalie Grant Carrier earned the win in net for St. Dom’s with 16 saves.

Edward Little 4, Gray-NG/Poland 3

AUBURN — Jared Pelletier drove home a pair of late third period goals for Edward Little en route to a 4-3 triumph over Gray-New Gloucester/Poland in boys’ ice hockey action.

Branden Dyer took a shot from the point tip with just a minute and a half to go in regulation to put the Red Eddies (9-5-1) up 4-3.

Brendon Pelletier collected three assists for Edward Little.

Lucas Nickerson recorded a goal and an assist for the Patriotic-Knights (2-13) in the losing effort.

Goalie Calvin Shelley made 33 saves for Gray-New Gloucester Poland, while Alan Nelson turned back 28 shots to earn the win in net for Edward Little.

Greely 6, Leavitt 4

FALMOUTH — Reid Howland scored a pair of goals and assisted on two others to lead Greely to a 6-4 vixctory over Leavitt in a boys’ hockey game Saturday.

Leavitt led 3-2 after one period on goal by Tyler Hutchinson, Ian Durgin and Jacob Gladu.

Greely (9-3-2) fought back with two goals in the second period sandwiched around Gladu’s second tally to tie the game at 4-4 entering the final stanza.

Joe Saffian scored the game-winner at 2:39 of the final period and added an insurance goal in the final minute.

Gladu finished with two goals and one assist for Leavitt.

Nick Allen had a strong game in net for the Hornets (5-10), stopping 41 shots. Greely goalie Kyle Kramlick was credited with 23 saves.

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