WESTBROOK — Peyton McKeown scored three goals, including the winner with three minutes left in the first overtime, to lift Biddeford to a 4-3 field hockey win over Westbrook on Tuesday.

McKeown’s second goal with 37.6 seconds left in regulation forced overtime.

Morgan LeBeau scored three goals for Westbrook (9-4), opening the scoring 17:53 into the game. McKeown tied it up less than a minute later, but LeBeau scored her second goal with three minutes left in the half to give Westbrook a 2-1 lead going into halftime.

Biddeford (11-2) tied the game eight minutes into the second half on a goal from Sarah Marcotte, but LeBeau scored her third goal to make it 3-2 with 1:48 left.

MASSABESIC 4, MARSHWOOD 1: The Mustangs (13-1) scored three times in the opening nine minutes to beat the Hawks (7-6) in Berwick.

Emma Rutledge, Camryn Champlin and Emma Snyder each scored to give Massabesic a 3-0 lead going into halftime.

Rutledge put in her second goal of the game with less than 20 minutes left in the second to make it 4-0.

Leah Glidden scored with five minutes left Marshwood.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 2, SACOPEE VALLEY 0: Kirsten Wentworth broke a scoreless tie with 9:06 left, scoring off an assist from Jade Fox, as the Raiders (5-9) beat the Hawks (10-4) in Fryeburg.

Heather Howard clinched the win for Fryeburg on a goal with 1:26 remaining off an assist from Kaylee Emery.

Haylee Babb had 12 saves for Sacopee Valley.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 4, TRAIP ACADEMY 2: Eleanor Commons scored off a corner to break a 1-1 tie and give the Panthers (7-7) a 2-1 lead against Traip (3-9-1) going into the break in Yarmouth.

Commons tipped in a ball that had been inserted and crossed to her in front of the cage for the winning shot during Julia Sterling’s 101st career victory as coach at North Yarmouth.

Amber Rose and Caroline Gepfert added second second-half goals to make it 4-1 before Elly Young scored in the final seconds for the Rangers.

NYA’s Katie Larson and Traip’s Reilly Eddy traded early goals before Commons netted the winner.

Nicole Roberts starred in net for the Rangers, posting 21 saves. Eliza Todd had five saves for the Panthers.

YORK 2, LAKE REGION 1: Bailey Oliver scored the winning goal 1:44 into overtime to lift the Wildcats (10-2-1) over the Lakers (7-7) in Naples.

Olivia Deschenes scored on a pass from Delaney Meserve to put Lake Region up 1-0 with 19:57 left in the second half.

With 12:48 left in the match, York tied it at 1-1 as Sydney Bouchard scored on a pass from Oliver. Bouchard assisted on Oliver’s winning score in overtime.

Julianna Kiklis had six saves for York, and Madelyn Nelson and Arianna Hoot combined for two saves for Lake Region.

CONY 6, BRUNSWICK 1: Six players scored as the Rams used a balanced attack to earn the win in Augusta.

Faith Leathers-Pouliot, Cari Hopkins, Sophie Whitney, Allee Cloutier, Danielle Brox and Abbey Trow each scored to lead the Rams (6-6-1). Jessica Lee made six saves.

Erin Coughlin had the goal for the Dragons (5-8-0). Ainsley Harrower and Libby Felkay combined to make 11 saves.

THORNTON ACADEMY 1, FALMOUTH 0: Lily Stark scored off a Claire Decker assist to give the Trojans (9-5) a sudden-death victory over Falmouth (5-8) with 1:22 left in the first overtime period in Saco.

Thornton goalie Madison Vachon had her only two saves of the game during overtime, including a point-blank glove save on Liberty Ladd’s shot.

WINSLOW 3, DEXTER 1: Silver Clukey scored a pair of goals as the Black Raiders capped an unbeaten regular season.

Bodhi Littlefield also scored for Winslow (14-0-0), and Cassandra Demers made four saves.

Kaitlyn Webber scored for Dexter (12-2-0).

MOUNT VIEW 2, WATERVILLE 0: Macy Fowler and Sophia King scored 34 seconds apart in the second half to lift the Mustangs.

Devon Burgess had an assist and Alexis Bowman had three saves for Mount View (6-7-0).

Waterville dropped to 2-10-1.

SOCCER

WELLS 7, POLAND 1: Hannah Cottis powered the offense for the Warriors (7-5) with three goals and three assists as they cruised by the Knights (2-9-1) at Poland.

Kenzie Foss had a pair of goals for Wells, which also got goals from Sydney Belanger and Sarah Webb.

Leah Harvey scored for Poland in the second half.

Lauren Bartlett and Meredith Bogue split time to record five saves for the Warriors, and Sophie Vallee and Sydney Hudson combined for eight saves for the Knights.

OCEANSIDE 3, GARDINER 0: Hope Butler scored twice to lead the Mariners to the win in Gardiner.

Claire Zittel added a goal for Oceanside (7-4-1) and Rachel Joyce stopped 10 shots in net.

Bri Perry made 25 saves for the Tigers (0-11-1).

TRAIP ACADEMY 2, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 1: Kathleen McPherson scored with 15 minutes left to break a 1-1 tie, and the Rangers (9-2-1) rallied to beat the Seagulls (6-4-2) in Old Orchard Beach.

After a scoreless first half, Myah Hebert gave Old Orchard a 1-0 lead on a goal with 25 minutes remaining. Kiki Huntress scored five minutes later for Traip to tie the score. Sommer Huntress had five saves for Traip.

CAPE ELIZABETH 5, WAYNFLETE 0: Prezli Piscopo scored twice as the Capers (7-5) cruised past the Flyers (6-4-1) in Cape Elizabeth.

Karli Chapin, Olivia Cochran and Grace Gillian also scored for Cape.

YORK 2, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Payton Humphrey and Sophie Lewis scored second-half goals to lift York (6-5-1) over the Patriots (5-6-1) in Gray.

Alexa Thayer scored for Gray-NG, which got eight saves from Chelsea Davis. Anna Baker recorded seven saves for the Wildcats.

RANGELEY 1, PINE TREE 1: For the fourth time this season, the Lakers played to a tie.

The Lakers (7-1-4) extended their unbeaten steak to 11 games. Olivia Hall scored off a corner kick to lead the Lakers.

MARANACOOK 0, MORSE 0: Skyeler Webb had 20 saves to help the Black Bears (6-3-4) earn a tie in Readfield.

Marissa Parks had 10 saves for Morse (7-3-2).

ERSKINE 1, WINSLOW 0: Kayla Hubbard scored midway through the first half and it held up for the Eagles in the win in South China.

Taylor Shute made 10 saves for Erskine (9-1-3).

Winslow dropped to 10-2-1.

MESSALONSKEE 1, HAMPDEN 1: Edin Sisson’s second-half penalty kick pulled the Eagles into the tie in Oakland.

Hannah DelGiudice made four saves for the Eagles (8-1-3).

Helen Shearer scored for Hampden (5-4-3).

WATERVILLE 3, MEDOMAK 1: Anika Elias’ hat trick led the Purple Panthers to a win in Waterville.

Mackenzie St. Pierre had a pair of assists for Waterville (9-3-1).

SKOWHEGAN 2, MCI 1: Alyssa Everett scored twice in the second half to erase a halftime deficit, lifting the Indians (3-9) over the Huskies (3-9).

VOLLEYBALL

CAPE ELIZABETH 3, WINDHAM 0: The Capers (13-0) won 25-23, 25-10, 25-12 over the Eagles (4-9) in Windham.

Sammie Gosselin had 15 digs for Windham and Meghan Harmon added three kills, eight digs and two blocks.

KENNEBUNK 3, CHEVERUS 2: Maggie Nguyen led the way with 10 kills for the Rams (7-6) as they outlasted the Stags (1-12) at Kennebunk.

Britta Brown had 10 aces and five kills for Kennebunk, and MacKenzie Esquivel and Kayla Gralia each added three kills.

The Rams traded the first two games by identical 25-23 scores, won the third game 25-22, dropped the fourth game 20-25 and pulled away in the last 15-7.

SOUTH PORTLAND 3, THORNTON ACADEMY 2: Molly Mawhinney had 27 kills and five aces to lead the Red Riots (8-5) to a 20-25, 25-21, 21-25, 27-25, 15-12 win over the Golden Trojans (6-6) in Saco.

Kaleisha Towle added six blocks and three kills for South Portland.

Laura Fortier had nine kills for Thornton Academy.