YORK — Caroline Johnson found the net on a penalty corner just 1:25 into the first overtime period to lift St. Dom’s to a huge 1-0 win over powerhouse York in the region’s most ballyhooed field hockey contest Thursday.

Kylie Leavitt and Paige Cote also contributed with assists for the undefeated Saints (10-0).

Abby Slonina needed to make only two saves to notch the shutout, while Julianna Kilis deflected nine shots for York (8-2).

Bangor 2, Lewiston 1

LEWISTON — Lexi Cunningham found the net at the 18:42 mark of the second half to give Bangor a 2-1 win over Lewiston in a field hockey tilt Thursday.

Gabby Gonzalez tallied for the Rams in the first half, while Katrina Jadocan scored the Blue Devils’ lone goal with an assist from Lindsay Morin.

Kahia Mehew made eight saves for Bangor, while Cece Landry turned aside 12 shots for Lewiston.

Mt. Blue 3, Edward Little 0

AUBURN — Mt. Blue built a three-goal advantage in the first half and held fast on defense after the break to record a 3-0 field hockey victory over Edward Little on Thursday.

Rylee Keaten, Molly Harmon and Ellie Pelletier all scored for the Cougars (7-3). Samantha Ellis and Hannah Minns contributed with assists.

Erika McArthur needed only one save to notch the shutout, while Elise Syphers turned aside 14 shots between the posts for Edward Little (3-8).

Old Orchard Beach 1, Gray-New Gloucester 1, tie

GRAY — Madie Post scored for Gray-New Gloucester on Thursday to help Gray-New Gloucester salvage a 1-1 field hockey tie against Old Orchard Beach.

Delaney Babb tallied for the Seagulls (2-6-2) to complete the scoring.

Leah Green made 10 saves for Old Orchard, while Alicia Credit deflected four shots for Gray-New Gloucester.

Skowhegan 3, Oxford Hills 0

PARIS — Maliea Kelso netted a pair of goals Thursday to propel Skowhegan to a 3-0 field hockey win over Oxford Hills.

Olivia Hatch also tallied for the Indians to complete the scoring.

Leah Savage made three saves to earn the shutout, while Kaisa Heikkinen and Madi Day and combined to turn aside 14 shots for the Vikings.

Boys’ soccer

Mt. Abram 2, Spruce Mountain 0

JAY — A pair of goals in the first half were more than adequate for Mt. Abram to pull off a slick 2-0 late-season boys’ soccer victory over Spruce Mountain on Thursday. 

Tyson Hill and Jonathan Jordan each scored a goal for the Roadrunners.

Nate Luce made two saves for Mt. Abram, while Andrew Shaw turned aside 10 shots between the posts for Spruce Mountain.  

Traip 1, Gray-New Gloucester 0

GRAY — Ryan Perkins found the net with 25 seconds remaining in regulation to lift Traip to a 1-0 boys’ soccer victory over Gray-New Gloucester. 

Jayce Nielsen made five saves for Traip (6-2) to preserve the shutout. Brannon Gilbert deflected seven shots for the Patriots (3-5). 

Hall-Dale 2, Dirigo 0

DIXFIELD — Two first goals held up for Hall-Dale in its 2-0 boys’ soccer victory over Dirigo on Thursday.

Austin Stebbins and Tyler Nadeau scored goals for the Bulldogs (7-1).

Dirigo (0-8) goalkeeper Wes Libby earned praise from his coaches for making 29 saves, several of the point-blank variety, in the loss.

Girls’ soccer

Lewiston 1, Mt. Blue 1, tie

LEWISTON — A first-half tie carried through the second half and two overtime periods as Mt. Blue and Lewiston finished knotted at 1-1 in KVAC girls’ soccer Thursday.

Jocelyn Daggett scored the Cougars’ goal off a corner kick. The Blue Devils’ goal came off the foot of Kajha Gagnon on a free kick.

Mt. Blue’s Mackenzie Libby stopped 13 shots, while Lewiston goalkeeper Gemma Landry stopped four.

Men’s soccer

CMCC 0, SMCC 0, tie

AUBURN — Mike Prindiville was on his game Thursday, making 10 solid saves to allow Central Maine Community College to salvage a 0-0 tie against Southern Maine Community College. 

Patrick Duddy deflected all four shots sent his way for Southern Maine. 

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