Easton 0, Central Aroostook 0
At Mars Hill, neither team could solve the other’s defense or goaltending as Central Aroostook and Easton settled for a tie.
For the 8-4-1 Central Aroostook Panthers, Ros Grass made six saves on 11 shots.
Cody Tompkins saved 14 of 31 shots for the 4-8-1 Bears.
Islesboro Central 8, Highview Christian 4
At Islesboro, D.J. Johnson had a hat trick as Islesboro defeated Highview Christian of Charleston.
Max Mahan scored two goals for 9-4 Islesboro. Blaise Jenner, Charlie Gebhardt and Cameron Jackson also scored. Gerard Scherr and Jenner combined for 18 saves off 26 shots.
Gonzalo Cores and Chun Hung Lin scored two goals apiece for 4-5-1 Highview Christian. Heather Dunfee recorded an assist. Nate Chandler stopped 17 of 32 shots.
Lincoln 3, Nokomis 1
At Newport, Bo McLain scored two goals and assisted on another to lead the Lincoln Academy Eagles of Newcastle past Nokomis.
Presque Isle 10, Mattanawcook 0
At Presque Isle, Isaac LaJoie scored two goals and assisted another in leading Presque Isle to victory over Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln.
Josh Allen had a goal and two assist for the 11-1-1 Wildcats. Ben McKenna, Andrew Wilcox, Andrew Legassie, Jacob Player, Jonah Stephenson, Jay Getman and Brandon Bonville also scored. Sam Clukey and Wilder York both had an assist. Andrew Kofstad saved one of two shots.
Kristian Soucy stopped 13 of 30 shots for the 1-12 Lynx.
Greenville 7, Valley 0
At Greenville, Greenville wrapped up its regular season with the top seed in top seed in Western Class D and a shut out win over Valley of Bingham.
Senior Tony DiAngelo had four goals and an assist for the 10-2-2 Lakers. He totaled 36 goals during the season, besting Tyler Muzzy’s 2001 record of 27 goals. Seniors Dylan Bouchard, Ricky Berboghesian and Jeremy St. Louis also scored. Dakota Harris, Tristan Richards and Bouchard each had an assist. Richards also set a school record. He has 14 assists, beating the previous record of 12. Corey Henderson made one save off one shot while Kevin Stafford didn’t face a shot.
Brandon Brayette turned away 22 of 29 shots for 0-13 Valley.
Washburn 3, Van Buren 2
At Van Buren, Jordan McLaughlin scored two goals, both on penalty kicks, in the final 12 minutes, to lead the Washburn Beavers to the comeback over Van Buren.
Mitch Worcester scored the other goal unassisted for the Beavers. Zachary Davis made 11 saves on 13 shots.
A.J. Edgecomb scored both goals and Connor Lapierre assisted on both. Marc Lajoie saved eight of 14 shots for the 2-10-1 Crusaders.
Wisdom 8, Ashland 1
At St. Agatha, Curtis Picard scored four goals and assisted two others in leading Wisdom past Ashland.
Rocky Chamberland had a goal and three assists for 11-3 Wisdom. Kody Chamberland, Kyle Daigle and Ryan Blanchette also scored. Nate Oates stopped eight of nine shots.
Tyler Levesque scored off a Kenny Tarr assist in the second half for 1-10-1 Ashland. Tyler Chasse made 11 saves off 25 shots.
Bangor 8, Brewer 0
At Bangor, Ashley Robinson, Kim Jordan and Grace MacLean each scored two goals as Bangor shut out Brewer.
Robinson and Jordan both had two assists for 11-0-2 Bangor. June Candland and Melissa Howard also scored. Libby Huber and Anna Morris provided assists. Mia Smith and Meri Wicks shared time in goal, making one save off one shot.
Hannah Simmons stopped 15 of 45 shots for 1-11-1 Brewer.
JV: Bangor 5-0
Fort Kent 2, Caribou 1
At Fort Kent, second-half goals by Mary Grace Morris and Emily Bard supplied Fort Kent with a 2-0 lead and the Warriors withstood Jenna Selander’s penalty kick with 6:02 left to post the win.
Both teams are now 10-2-1.
Michela Desjardins had two assists for the winners and Carissa Pelletier made 14 saves.
Morgan Swan made 12 saves for Caribou.
JV: Caribou 6-0
George Stevens 4, Deer Isle-Stonington 2
At Blue Hill, four different players scored as George Stevens Academy handed Deer Isle-Stonington its first loss.
Rachelle Kane and Anna Clapp both had a goal and an assist for the 4-8-1 Eagles. Maddie Theoharidis and Abby Nowland also scored. Hanna Billings turned away five of seven shots.
Britnie Jones scored both goals for the 9-1-3 Mariners. Chelsea Brown and Haley Brewer combined for 13 saves off 21 shots.
Easton 3, Central Aroostook 2
At Mars Hill, Ariana Babineau scored with 3:37 remaining in the first overtime, lifting the Bears to victory.
Carla Halvorson scored two goals for 8-5 Easton, including the tying tally with 4:48 to play in regulation. Marissa Parlin made six saves on 15 shots.
Whitney Klein scored on a Rachel Grew assist for 4-8-1 Central Aroostook. Vicki McIntyre scored a short-lived go-ahead goal with 5:15 left in the second half. Paige Garrison made nine saves on 17 shots.
Foxcroft 0, Dexter 0
At Dexter, Dexter and Foxcroft Academy played to a tie through two overtimes.
Lauren Crane made six saves on eight shots for 2-9-1 Dexter while Haley McLeod turned away eight of 17 shots for the 4-8-1 Ponies.
John Bapst 9, Ellsworth 3
At Ellslworth, Holly Wadman scored a pair of goals and Jessica Toothaker made four saves on six shots as Ellsworth improved to 7-3-3.
Annika Firestone had the other goal.
Abby Pyne made two saves on eight shots for 7-4-2 John Bapst of Bangor.
JV: Ellsworth 2-1
Madawaska 5, Calais 1
At Calais, Valerie Parker scored twice as Madawaska beat Calais.
Meagan Ouellette, Kelly Dugal and Sam Nadeau also scored for the 9-3-1 Owls. Amanda Nadeau saved seven of 10 shots.
Jaimie Fein scored off a Allie Hill assist for 6-4 Calais. Paige Gillespie turned away eight of 13 shots.
Presque Isle 10, Mattanawcook 0
At Presque Isle, Chandler Guerrette had two goals and three assists in leading Presque Isle past Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln.
Kayla Richards and Megan Ireland both had two goals and two assists for 10-2-1 Presque Isle. MacKenzie Pinette added two goals and an assist. Chelsea Lynds and Shae Adler also scored. Meredith Stewart and Liza Buck combined for two saves off two shots.
Taylor Blood turned away 10 of 20 shots for 2-10-1 Mattanawcook.
MDI 3, Bucksport 2
At Bucksport, Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor scored three goals in the final 18 minutes to earn a victory over Bucksport.
Elizabeth Weather scored with 17:57 left in the second half to tie it for 4-7-1 MDI. Jamie McKay made it 2-1 with 10:54 left and Weather added another goal with 8:57 remaining to make it 3-1. Hannah Shaw stopped four of nine shots.
Alanna Davis put 4-7-1 Bucksport up 1-0 with 19:10 left in the first with an assist from Mindy Pye. Sadie Wight brought Bucksport within a goal with 3:23 remaining in regulation. Bailey Blair made five saves off eight shots.
Medomak Valley 1, Gardiner 1
At Gardiner, Kate Turmelle’s unassisted goal with 6:42 remaining enabled the Tigers to earn a tie with Medomak Valley of Waldoboro.
Maria Ennamorati had broken the scoreless tie 10 minutes earlier.
Amanda Hendrickson made five saves for 8-4-1 Medomak Valley while Jenn Day came up with nine stops for 9-3-1 Gardiner.
JV: Gardiner 1-0
Nokomis 2, Lincoln 1
At Newcastle, Sara Leonard scored the winner with 26:36 remaining in regulation to power Nokomis of Newport past Lincoln Academy.
Megan Perry scored early in the second half to tie it for 7-6 Nokomis. Brynne Cardozo had the assist. Emilee Reynolds saved two of three shots.
Sarah Alley scored an unassisted goal with 11:41 left in the first to give 2-10-2 Lincoln Academy a 1-0 lead. Emma Lazzari stopped 12 of 16 shots.
JV: Nokomis 5-2
Hermon 2, Old Town 0
At Hermon, Jessica Allen scored from 18 yards out with 22:15 left in the first half to power Hermon past Old Town.
Mollie Roy scored off a Lindsey Allen assist with 17 seconds remaining in regulation to pad the lead for 8-4-1 Hermon. Sara Bishop stopped all 10 shots to earn the shutout.
Annie Cashon turned away eight of 11 shots for 5-5-3 Old Town.
JV: Hermon 1-0
Penquis Valley 2, P.C.H.S 0
At Milo, Sadie Zambrano scored two unassisted goals to power the Penquis Patriots past the Piscataquis Pirates.
Kristyn Chapman made 10 saves on 14 shots for the 9-4 Patriots.
Abby Burdin saved 24 of 30 shots for the 2-9-1 Pirates.
Penobscot Valley 2, Lee 1
At Lee, Alissa Whitten’s goal with 9:36 remaining in regulation broke a 1-1 tie and gave Penobscot Valley of Howland its triumph over Lee Academy.
Jordan Leveille converted a direct kick to stake 9-1-2 Penobscot Valley to a 1-0 lead early in the second half but Jenna Cowan equalized off a Brittani Rideout pass.
Jocelyn Thomas made five saves on 12 shots for the Howlers while Felicia Thorton made three stops on 15 shots for the 2-11 Pandas.
Schenck 2, Bangor Christian 1
At Bangor, Katie Stanley recovered a rebound off the right post and ran in the ball to break the 1-1 tie and lift Schenck of East Millinocket over Bangor Christian.
Ashley Leavitt scored off a Kristina Jamo assist with 37:56 left in the first to put the 5-7 Wolverines up 1-0. Kaprice Tompkins saved 12 of 19 shots.
Emma Johnson scored with an assist from Whitney Holmes with 37:23 left in the second half for 5-7-1 Bangor Christian. Samantha Martin had 22 saves off 33 shots.
Orono 5, Searsport 0
At Orono, Alex Crocker scored five goals and assisted the other as Orono shut out Searsport.
Ruth Mares added a goal and an assist for the 12-0-1 Red Riots. Jade Keezer and Taylor Gray combined to save four of six shots.
Alicen Brooks turned away 17 of 29 shots for 2-10-2 Searsport.
Washington 6, Sumner 0
At East Machias, Brandelyn Hodgdon had a hat trick as Washington Academy beat Sumner of East Sullivan.
Gabrielle Colbeth, Christy Smith and Krysten Fabri also scored for the 9-3-1 Raiders. Jessie Hardy stopped two of four shots.
Kiera Watson made 15 saves off 24 shots for 1-9-1 Sumner.
Greenville 7, Valley 0
At Greenville, Gretel Breton netted three goals as Greenville beat Valley of Bingham.
Miranda Drinkwater had a goal and three assists for 10-2 Greenville. Holly Hersey and Sidney Richardson also scored. Richardson made one save off one shot while Carli Peat didn’t face a shot.
Karin McKenzie made 21 saves off 28 shots for 0-12 Valley.
Van Buren 2, Washburn 1
At Van Buren, freshman Parise Rossignol ran on to a deflected pass, broke in alone and slotted the ball home with nine minutes left to give Van Buren its win over Washburn.
Rossignol had staked 8-4-1 Van Buren to a 1-0 lead early in the second half before Lindsey Blackstone drew Washburn level.
Ashlie Wilson made 14 saves for the winners while Rayah Saucier finished with 18 saves for 7-4-2 Washburn.
Two of Washburn’s losses have come to Van Buren.