BRUNSWICK — Travis Nadeau scored 1:15 into the second overtime Tuesday to lift Mt. Ararat to a 2-1 victory against Brunswick in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference boys’ soccer game.

Nadeau dribbled past a couple of defenders to the left of the goal and sent a rising left-footed shot inside the far post for his second goal of the game.

“When he gets faced up (to the goal) going one (on) one, he’s tough to stop,” said Mt. Ararat Coach Jack Rioux. “That left foot, you can’t teach that. You’ve got it or you don’t, and he has it.”

“It was the best feeling in the world (when) I saw that space,” said Nadeau, who has six goals in his last three games. “They always know I go to my left so I did that touch to my right. (The defender) went to his left and I put it right into the top.”

The Eagles completed a sweep of the two-game season series following a 1-0 victory Sept. 13.

Nadeau opened the scoring with less than two minutes left in the first half when he sent a 25-yard right-footed blast just beyond the leap of goalie Josh Dorr.

Just before that, the Dragons just missed on a couple of golden chances.

In the 28th minute, Christian Glover’s drive from well inside the 18-yard line for Brunswick was inadvertently blocked by Cole Guerin’s back as the defender moved to cover an open net.

Less than a minute later, Guerin took the ball from Glover as Glover dribbled into the goalie box.

“(Brunswick) pushed us to the limit,” Rioux said. “They had (scoring) chances. They could have won easily.”

The Eagles limited the Dragons to five shots on goal.

“We try to teach team defense and I thought we did that very, very well today,” Rioux said. “Everybody got back.”

Still, the Dragons kept on coming.

In the second half, Carlyle Boyle made it 1-1, hustling from the right side to poke in a rebound after goalie Gavin Patterson jumped to keep out Glover’s rising shot from 25 yards.

The Eagles (10-2) were coming off a 1-0 loss to Bangor, Class A North’s top-ranked team.

“To come in and get a win in overtime is huge,” Rioux said. “Brunswick’s record doesn’t do them justice. They’re a team that when they get into the playoffs, you don’t want to play against.”

“We didn’t play our best but it still gives us (Heal) points,” Nadeau said. “It still gives that confidence booster going forward.”

It was the second consecutive loss for the Dragons (3-6-3).

“This team continues to amaze me,” Brunswick Coach Mark Roma said. “They say whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger so we should be the strongest team in the state. I give (my players) a lot of credit. They believe they’re still a good team … They’ve got all the reasons in the world to pack it in and they just keep on going.