ORONO – Lily Barry scored the game-winner with 3:57 left in the second overtime Tuesday to lift Hermon to a 2-1 high school field hockey victory over Orono.
Barry also scored with 12:13 left in the first half off a Jaimie Beers assist for 5-9 Hermon. Jamie Roy saved six of seven shots.
Jill Tuell tied it at 1-1 on an unassisted goal with 5:21 left in the first half. Amber Saucier stopped 15 of 17 shots for 4-10 Orono.
JV: Orono 1-0
Mount View 2, Erskine 0
At South China, Alonia Horton broke a scoreless tie with 13:28 left in regulation and assisted on Brianna Moody’s insurance goal 2:03 later to propel the Mustangs to victory.
Hayleigh Kein had an assist and Juni Garvin made three saves for 10-4 Mount View of Thorndike.
Barbara Outten made 19 saves for 3-11 Erskine Academy.
JV: Mount View 2-0
Nokomis 4, Belfast 1
At Newport, Sabrina Vaillancourt and Jordin McGinnis each had two goals and an assist as Nokomis beat Belfast.
Maria Adams saved nine of 10 shots for the 11-1-2 Warriors.
Sami Bark scored a goal with an assist form Ori Downs for the 9-5 Lions. Paxton Mohney stopped 12 of 16 shots.
JV: Nokomis 1-0
Stearns 6, Mattanawcook 0
At Lincoln, Adrianna Eurich scored three second-half goals and assisted on a first-half tally to propel Stearns to victory.
Katie Mills and Becca Leavitt each posted a goal and an assist for the 11-3 Minutemen of Millinocket and Kaylee Bradford netted one goal. Shannon Murchison had an assist. Kristen Marter made seven saves on 11 shots.
Colleen Albert came up with 11 saves on 21 shots for 5-9 Mattanawcook Academy.
Central 4, Old Town 0
At Corinth, Rachel Trafton and Logan Wilson scored two goals each as Central shut down Old Town.
Wilson also recorded an assist for Central. Brittany Cote stopped five of nine shots.
Heather Nye turned away six of 13 shots for Old Town.
JV: Central 2-1
Hampden 1, Mount Ararat 0
At Hampden, Melanie Thurlow scored an unassisted goal with 6:50 left in regulation to give the Broncos the win over Mount Ararat of Topsham.
Mel Parker saved seven of 10 shots as Hampden ends its season at 3-9-1.
Kelly Golek stopped seven of 15 shots for 3-10-1 Mount Ararat.
John Bapst 1, Old Town 0
At Bangor, Kate Gerow scored the winner with 10:28 left in the second half off a Morgan Chasse assist to lift John Bapst over Old Town.
The Crusaders avenged a 3-2 loss to Old Town in September.
Laura Jordan saved all 10 shots to earn the shutout for the 9-4 Crusaders.
Annie Cashon turned away 19 of 20 shots for 9-3-1 Old Town.
Orono 2, Searsport 0
At Searsport, Alex Crocker scored two unassisted goals, one in each half, as Orono shut out Searsport.
Ruth Mares saved four of seven shots for 6-2-4 Orono.
Sisters Sarah Bradshaw and Paige Bradshaw combined for 12 saves on 20 shots for 9-2-1 Searsport, which was shut out for the first time all season.
Piscataquis 3, Dexter 1
At Dexter, Piscataquis of Guilford scored three unanswered goals at the Pirates defeated Dexter.
Olivia Schmiedlehner scored two goals, one in each half, for the 3-7-2 Pirates. Cassie Tardiff added an insurance goal in the second half. Lindsey Morrill recorded two assists and Megan Martell had one. Julia Shaffer stopped eight of 11 shots.
Miranda Gove scored an unassisted goal for 6-6-1 Dexter. Kaitlyn Caron turned away nine of 16 shots.
Lee 5, Bangor Christian 0
At Lee, Katelyn Mallett had a hat trick as Lee Academy beat Bangor Christian.
Heidi Sappier added two goals and an assist for the 5-6-2 Pandas. Carolyn Albert and Becca Dow provided assists. Freshman Felicia Thornton turned away seven of 16 shots to earn her first shutout.
Whitney Holmes and Abby Vicnair combined for 11 saves on 22 shots for the Patriots.
Hampden 4, Nokomis 0
At Hampden, Kate Chambers scored two goals and assisted another as Hampden Academy shut out Nokomis of Newport.
Abby Neill and Ashley Robinson also scored for the 8-4 Broncos. Michaela Stephenson recorded two assists and Clarissa El-Hajj had one. Julia Snyder saved all four shots.
Laura Lyford stopped 12 of 16 shots for 1-11 Nokomis.
JV: Hampden 5-0
Penobscot Valley 4, Penquis 2
At Milo, Katie Whitten scored with 23 minutes left to snap a 2-2 tie and spark Penobscot Valley of Howland to victory over Penquis.
Jordan Leveille scored two first-half goals for the 9-2-1 Howlers and Erin Dawson tallied one goal. Casey McCloskey made 19 saves on 28 shots.
Kayla Webb and Erica Lyford netted one goal each for the 2-11-1 Patriots. Kristyn Chapman registered 23 saves on 32 shots.
WA Raiders 4, Highview Chr. 2
At East Machias, Irene Lewey scored two unassisted goals to lead Washington Academy to victory over Highview Christian of Charleston.
Brandilyn Hodgdon had a goal and an assist for the 10-1-1 Raiders. Andi Flannery added a goal. Jesse Hardy and Courtney Radeka combined to make two saves on four shots.
Heather Dunfee and Anita Allard scored unassisted goals for 1-7-1 Highview Christian. Allard saved three of 16 shots.
Ellsworth 5, Foxcroft 0
At Ellsworth, Maggie Harding and Taylor Trombley scored two goals each as the Eagles beat Foxcroft Academy.
Clarissa Winkelmann had the other goal for 10-2-1 Ellsworth. Lauren Peer, Lily Cooper and Harding recorded assists. Angie Tucker made five saves on six shots.
Sara Whittemore stopped 10 of 17 shots for 6-6-1 Foxcroft.
JV: Ellsworth 9-1
MDI 4, Hermon 1
At Hermon, Danielle Hutchins had a hat trick as Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor earned the win over Hermon.
Augusta Blandford also scored for the 4-9 Trojans. Elizabeth Sargent saved eight of 10 shots.
Shannon Hill scored an unassisted goal in the first half for 3-9-1 Hermon. Sara Bishop turned away 16 of 25 shots.
JV: Hermon 2-0
Calvary Chapel 1, Narraguagus 0
At Bangor, Steven Berenyi’s first-half goal, set up by Alex Doten, gave Calvary Chapel of Orrington its win over Narraguagus of Harrington.
Devon Warman made eight saves on 10 shots for the 5-5-1 Sabers while Brenden Tenney turned aside nine of 14 shots for 2-10 Narraguagus.
Hampden 8, Nokomis 0
At Newport, Kevin Angelinetta scored three goals and Thomas Hoffman had a pair to pace Hampden Academy past Nokomis.
Austin Michaud had a goal and an assist for the 7-3-2 Broncos as did Abdullah Alkhayatt. Matt Wibberly had the other goal. Brad Dolan, John Meehan, Corey Grover, Gerald Cushing and Ricardo DeLima had assists and Brad Melanson made seven saves on nine shots.
Justin Amoroso and Tyler Wintle combined for 12 saves on 23 shots for 0-12 Nokomis.
JV: Nokomis 1-0