December 2, 2012

Girls' hockey: Biddeford prevails in overtime, 4-3

From staff reports

LEWISTON - Katherine Dumoulin scored on a rebound 4:19 into overtime Saturday to give Biddeford a 4-3 win over St. Dominic in a girls' hockey game at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee.

The winning goal came moments after Biddeford (2-1) successfully killed a penalty against Dumoulin, a freshman. After the penalty expired, the Tigers went on the attack, and Darcie Fisher took a shot that was stopped by goalie Taylor Fillebrown. Dumoulin collected the rebound, however, and knocked it past Fillebrown for her second goal of the game.

Despite playing with only eight skaters, St. Dom's (0-2) erased a 3-1 deficit in the third period on a pair of goals by Kayla McLellan.

Tia Rotolico also scored for the Saints, and Fillebrown, a freshman, finished with 28 saves.

Biddeford's Cassie Ellis stopped 26 shots. Ann-Marie Rowe gave the Tigers a 2-1 lead in the second period, and Tiffany Gagne made it 3-1 early in the third.

LEAVITT/EDWARD LITTLE 2, GREELY 1: Taylor Landry scored twice as the Red Hornets (1-1) beat the Rangers (2-1) at Auburn.

Paige Tuller scored for Greely from Meg Finlay.

CAPE ELIZABETH/WAYN-FLETE 8, PORTLAND/DEERING 1: Madeline Ciraldo scored a hat trick and Julia Ginder added two goals as the Capers (1-0-1) downed the Bulldogs (0-2-1) at Portland.

Katie Ewald, Sarah Bosworth and Allyson Mills also scored for the Capers.

Drew Barry chipped in a goal for Portland.

YARMOUTH/FREEPORT 3, WINSLOW 1: Ariel Potter scored twice for the Clippers (2-1-1) against the Black Raiders (1-1) at Yarmouth.

Michelle Robichaud also scored for Yarmouth. Britany Whitaker answered for Winslow.

YORK 4, BRUNSWICK 3: Rachel Yorke scored twice as the Wildcats (2-0) edged the Dragons (0-3) at Brunswick.

Erin McKenna and Maeve Campbell also scored for York. Rachel Moroney had two goals and an assist for Brunswick.

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