PARIS — Cecelia Dieterich scored in overtime as fourth-seeded Oxford Hills came from behind to beat fifth-seeded Messalonskee in a Class A North girls soccer quarterfinal Tuesday night at Gouin Athletic Complex.

The Vikings were down 3-1 at half before Bella DeVivo kick-started the comeback with a goal. Dieterich later added the game-tying score, andthe 3-3 stalemate lasted through regulation, forcing overtime.

Elizabeth Dieterich tallied a first-half goal for the Vikings (10-4-1), and goalie Elizabeth Hallee made three saves.

Lily Wilkie scored twice and Maya Johnston once for Messalonskee (7-5-3). Hannah DelGiudice made three saves in the loss.

The Vikings advance to face No. 1 Camden Hills in the semifinals. The Windjammers defeated Lewiston 12-0 on Tuesday.

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