YARMOUTH — Brent Rickett scored the tie-breaking goal with just under four minutes left in regulation, sending a low shot into the cage for his fourth goal of the game as North Yarmouth Academy opened its season with an 11-10 win over Yarmouth on Thursday.
Sam Johnson added three goals for NYA and Jeremy Thelven had two.
LEWISTON 13, MESSALONSKEE 7: The Blue Devils scored six unanswered goals in the fourth quarter to beat the Eagles in Lewiston.
YARMOUTH 16, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 1: Eva Then had five goals and two assists and the Clippers jumped out to a 10-0 halftime lead in a win over the Raiders in Yarmouth.
Eliza Lunt had two goals and three assists, while Katie Waeldner and Meredith Lane each added two goals for Yarmouth.
Bridget Tweedie scored for Fryeburg.
YORK 15, FREEPORT 7: Alexandra Lawlor had five goals and three assists and Cassandra Reinertson added four goals and two assists as the Wildcats pulled away from the Falcons in York.
Martha McCaddin and Emma Ford each contributed three goals for York, which led 7-5 at halftime.
Chloe Davidson and Paige Rinaldi scored two goals apiece for Freeport.
WAYNFLETE 16, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 2: Izzy Burdick scored four times and set up two goals to lead Waynflete past NYA in Yarmouth.
Isabel Canning and L.Z. Olney each added two goals, with Canning assisting on five and Olney setting up four.
NYA grabbed an early 2-1 lead on goals by Hannah Twombly and Maggie Larson, but Waynflete built a 10-2 advantage by halftime.
GREELY 9, ST. DOMINIC 8: Katherine Leggat-Barr netted four goals and assisted on a fifth to lead the Rangers to a season-opening win in Auburn.
Jayme Morrison added two goals, and Courtney Sullivan and Jen Spencer each recorded a goal and two assists.
Caroline Gastonguay provided the bulk of the St. Dom’s offense with seven goals.
YORK 10, KENNEBUNK 4: Timothy MacDonald had two hits, including an RBI double, and the Wildcats scored four runs in the top of the sixth to pull away from the Rams in Kennebunk.
MacDonald’s double tied the game at 2-2 in the third inning, and York scored twice in both the fourth and fifth innings to take a 6-2 lead.
Kennebunk answered with a run in the bottom of the fifth, but Dawson Gundlah’s two-run single highlighted York’s sixth-inning outburst.
Trevor LaBonte picked up the win, allowing two hits and two walks while striking out 10 in five innings.