Members of the Central Aroostook girls soccer team rejoice as they raise the Class D North championship plaque following Wednesday afternoon's 4-3 overtime victory over Ashland. Credit: Joseph Cyr | Star-Herald

MARS HILL, Maine — History was made Wednesday for the Central Aroostook girls soccer team as the Panthers rallied from a two-goal deficit to collect the school’s first-ever regional girls soccer championship.

No. 1 Central Aroostook (16-0-1) defeated No. 2 Ashland 4-3 in overtime to win the Class D North championship. Seven-year varsity coach Joe Levesque said he was at a loss for words following the victory.

“This is all new for me,” the coach said. “I honestly don’t know what to say.”

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