February 18

High school boys' hockey: Cheverus rallies to beat Biddeford in overtime

James Hannigan scores three goals for the Stags, who trailed by two goals after the second period.

From staff reports

James Hannigan scored three goals, including the winner 28 seconds into overtime Monday, to give Cheverus a 5-4 boys’ hockey win over Biddeford at the Portland Ice Arena.

The Tigers (9-8) led 4-2 after two periods, scoring twice on power plays. Nik Lemieux, Garren DeWitt, Brady Crepeau and Corey Brown scored for the Tigers.

In the third period, Hannigan and Alex Grant-Roy scored 14 seconds apart for the Stags (9-7-1) to send the game into overtime.

YORK 5, MARSHWOOD/TRAIP 1: Derek Neal’s three goals and an assist to lead the Wildcats (6-10) over Marshwood/Traip (6-11) in Dover, N.H.

Jim Orso and Adam Janenetti each added a goal and three assists. Troy Stevens scored for the Hawks.

MESSALONSKEE 4 GREELY 1: Brandon Nale scored the go-ahead goal on a second-period power play as Messalonskee (16-0) downed Greely (7-7-3) at Family Ice in Falmouth.

Andrew Ray scored for the Rangers.

FALMOUTH 6, LEWISTON 1: Isac Nordstrom tied the game with 9 seconds left in the first period, gave the Yachtsmen (12-5) a 2-1 lead with 11 seconds left in the second period and then assisted on the first three goals of the third period against Lewiston (13-4) in Falmouth.

CAMDEN HILLS 6, WATERVILLE 3: James Orne had two goals and two assists, and James Annis scored twice to lead Camden Hills (12-3-1) against the Panthers (10-6-1) in Waterville.

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