DOVER, N.H. – Craig Decato, Anthony Figlioli and Zach Franklin each scored twice to lead York to a 9-1 victory against Westbrook in a schoolboy hockey game Saturday.

Decato, who also had three assists, scored the first and last goals of the first period, when the Wildcats (7-4) went ahead 6-0.

Ryan Curtain, Figlioli, Connor O’Brien and Zach Franklin also scored in the first.

Franklin and Figlioli scored in the second, and Jared Clauson, who finished with three assists, got the final goal in the third period.

Jared Posternak made 12 saves for York after replacing starter Alex Ahrikenchikh, who left after 4½ minutes because of an injury to his back suffered during warmups.

Kyle Gaudreau scored in the second period and Ricky Henward made 31 saves for Westbrook (2-8).

CAPE ELIZABETH 4, KENNEBUNK 3: Chris Grennon scored the winner with five seconds left in overtime as the Capers (7-4) defeated the Rams (4-6) at Portland.

Kennebunk started the scoring early with unassisted goals from D.J. Robinson and Kurt Oakman.

Brendan Negele and Nick Breed scored the next two goals for Cape Elizabeth.

In the third, Nick Breed scored for the Capers and Ned Richard answered for the Rams.

Vinny Dell’Aquila found Grennon for the win.

Kennebunk goalie Jordan Kadlik and Cape Elizabeth’s Kirby Saari each made 40 saves. 

GREELY 5, CAMDEN HILLS 1: Justin Murphy finished with one goal and one assist, and Pete Stauber collected two assists for the Rangers (9-0-1), who scored five unanswered goals to rally past the Windjammers (2-7) at Falmouth.

Trailing 1-0, Greely took control when Nester Taylor, Erik Roster, John Downey and Chad Hart scored during a six-minute stretch midway through the second period.

Aaron Daniello finished with 36 saves for Camden Hills, including stopping all 18 shots he faced in the first period.

Greely goalie Matt Labbe stopped 10 shots. 

BONNY EAGLE 4, FRYEBURG ACADEMY/LAKE REGION 2: Jason Harmon scored two goals in the third period to lift the Scots (3-6) over the Ice Cats (2-8) at Bridgton.

Mike LeGoff started the scoring for Fryeburg/Lake Region after 15 seconds. Nick Cawood answered in the second period. After Conrad Ward scored for the Ice Cats 41 seconds later, Joe Call tied it again.

Harmon scored the eventual winner 45 seconds into the third period.

Sean Walsh and Shaun Parmenter each had two assists for the Scots.

Bonny Eagle goalie Chris Derrah stopped 15 shots. Fryeburg/Lake Region goaltender Tyler LeGoff made 26 saves. 

MARSHWOOD/TRAIP ACADEMY 7, WINDHAM/SACOPEE VALLEY 1: Peter LaJeunesse had a hat trick and an assist as the Hawks (8-2) won at Dover, N.H.

Andrew Rollins had two goals and two assists for Marshwood/Traip Academy.

All of the scoring came in the first period. 

BIDDEFORD 5, ST. DOMINIC 3: Brady Fleurent had two goals and an assist, and Brian Dallaire also scored twice for the Tigers (7-0-2), who took a 4-0 lead and held off the Saints (8-3) at Lewiston.

Biddeford got first-period goals from Dallaire and Scott Callahan, and second-period goals from Dallaire and Fleurent. 

FALMOUTH 5, PORTLAND 2: Matt McDowell and Kris Samaras scored two goals apiece to led the Yachtsmen (4-3-2) over the Bulldogs (5-6) at Portland.

Eddie Apon had a goal and an assist for Portland. 

THORNTON ACADEMY 5, SCARBOROUGH 0: C.J. Maksut and Sam Canales each had a goal and an assist as Thornton Academy (6-3) beat Scarborough (2-6) at Biddeford.

The Trojans led 3-0 after two periods, then put the game out of reach with two power-play goals in the first three minutes of the third. 

YARMOUTH 7, LEAVITT 4: Alex Kurtz scored four goals for the Clippers (7-4), who scored six straight goals and held off the Hornets (4-6) at Yarmouth.

Nick Madrid added his first career goal for Yarmouth, which led 6-1 entering the third period.


CHEVERUS 1, YORK 1: Sara LaQuerre tied it for the Stags (8-4-1) with 1:47 left in regulation against the Wildcats (9-3-2) at Portland.

York opened the scoring on a goal by Carly Lee just under five minutes into the second period. 

SCARBOROUGH 1, GREELY 0: Abby Rutt scored at 4:47 of overtime as Scarborough (12-2) edged Greely (8-3-1) at Portland.

Greely held a 31-17 advantage in shots. 

WINSLOW 1, FALMOUTH 0: Jen Poulin scored from Emily Caron 4:37 into the second period to lift the Black Raiders (8-1-3) over the Yachtsmen (6-8) at Winslow.

Jessica Cain made 16 saves to earn the shutout. Falmouth goalie Jen Greene stopped 23 shots.