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&#xE001; Houlton-Hodgdon 6, Gardiner 1 Cody Briggs and Dylan Gard scored two goals each as preseason favorite
Houlton-Hodgdon buried Gardiner, 6-1. Sam Fitzpatrick and D.J. McGary each chipped in with a goal for the Black Hawks. Malik Abouleish made 20 saves. BryantWhitley scored for Gardiner on an assist fromMattMcDonald.
&#xE001; Old Town 8, Orono 1 Cody Cross potted four goals and assisted on two others as the Old Town
Coyotes cruised past Orono, 8-1. Kyle Dubay, DavidWilcox, Alex Leitheiser and Markus Sapiel each added a goal for Old Town in its season-opener. Zach Madden picked up two assists. Nathan Colanino made 22 saves on 23 shots. Tannar Francis scored for Orono on a feed from Brewster Cherkis. Michael Brown and Dan Fowler combined for 17 saves on 25 shots.
&#xE001; Brewer 6,Waterville 2 Lucas Lamond snapped a 2-2 deadlock early in the third period, Kyle
Alexander made it 4-2 a short time later and Jacob Chapman and Spencer Valley added another goal each in the final frame to lift defending Class B cham- pion Brewer to a win over the Class A Purple Panthers. Alexander, Lamond and Valley combined for four goals and six assists. TylerWhite had the other Brewer goal while Tim Locke and Kyle Bishop scored forWaterville.
&#xE001; Yarmouth 6, Camden Hills 4 Joey King scored twice as the Clippers stopped Camden Hills, 6-4. Alex
Kurtz added three assists and Eamon Costello had a goal and two assists for Yarmouth, which gave up a goal early in the first and then scored four goals in a row to regain the advantage.
&#xE001;Winslow 3, Orono 2 The Black Raiders scored three goals in the third period to earn a 3-2 come-
from-behind win over Orono. EricWillette scored the game-winner with 26 sec- onds left in the game. Dalton Thompson and Justin Bouchard assisted on the goal. Trailing 2-0 after two periods,Willette and Bouchard each scored late in the third period to tie the game.Ma
tt Cloutier scored a power-play goal in the first to give the Red Riots a lead, and Brewster Cherkis added another on the man advantage in the second for a 2-0 cushion. Cam Tibbetts made 14 saves for Winslow.Mike Brown had 34 stops for Orono.
&#xE001; Leavitt 10,Westbrook 1 Cooper Legee, Eric Lamothe and Tyler Hutchinson netted two goals each
as Leavitt skated to a 10-1 romp over Westbrook. The Hornets jumped out to a 6-0 advantage in the first period and were never challenged.Ma
x Cloutier, Nick Allen, JacobGladu and Josh Chouinard also tallied for Leavitt to complete the scoring. Damien Doucette tallied the lone goal forWestbrook in the second peri- od.
&#xE001; Greely 5, Cape Elizabeth 2 Justin Murphy scored two goals during a five-goal second period for the
Rangers as Greely toppled Cape Elizabeth, 5-2.Ke
nny Richards, Erik Rost and John Downey each had a goal and an assist for the Rangers. Matt Labbe stopped 21 shots for the win. Austin Shields andWilson Laprade scored for the Capers.
&#xE001; York 1, Cape Elizabeth 0 Defensemen Alex Jannetti scored early in the second period and Alex
Ahrikenchikh made 13 saves as the Wildcats shut out the Capers, 1-0. Tyson Bernard set up Jannetti at the point.
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