OLD ORCHARD BEACH – Jo Moore scored with 1:41 left in overtime Wednesday to give Waynflete a 3-2 victory against Old Orchard Beach in a Western Maine Conference field hockey opener.

Wednesday was the opening day for field hockey in southern Maine.

Suzy Moore and Nyanen Deng also scored for Waynflete. Zoe Lafrance-Armstrong scored both goals for Old Orchard from Daphne Allen.

GORHAM 0, BONNY EAGLE 0: Brittany Brooks made 13 saves for Bonny Eagle, which survived being a player short for the final four minutes of regulation as well as the final four minutes of the second overtime at Standish.

Rose Woodruff and Bre Taylor, at back, anchored the defense in front of Brooks.

MASSABESIC 4, PORTLAND 1: Sam Emmons had two goals, and Alex Staples added a goal and an assist to lead the Mustangs at Waterboro.

Emmons broke a 1-1 tie four minutes into the second half. Staples made it 3-1 when she finished a scrum with just over 11 minutes to play.

FREEPORT 6, TRAIP ACADEMY 2: Kayla Thurlow set up goals by Jenny Breau and Katie Turner, then scored from Abigail Mahoney as Freeport opened a 3-0 halftime lead at Kittery.

Ashleigh Roberts and Kaylie Andrews scored to bring Traip within 3-2 in the second half, but Mahoney and Bathany Bellefleur countered for the Falcons. Turner assisted on both of the goals.

SCARBOROUGH 7, MCAULEY 0: Lindsay Dobacki and Emily Bunting scored three goals each for the Red Storm at Portland.

Carly McLellan made five saves for Scarborough. Jaime Lacasse and Nicole Traugh combined for 19 saves for the Lions.

WINDHAM 5, DEERING 0: Molly McVetty had three goals and two assists for the Eagles at Windham.

Sarah Skvorak helped with a goal and an assist while Katelyn Tucker added a goal for Windham.

KENNEBUNK 6, BIDDEFORD 0: Emily Vieria had two goals, and Jennifer Davis added a goal and three assists for the Rams at Biddeford.

Hannah King, Taylor Radomski and Rebecca Collins also scored.

SANFORD 2, MARSHWOOD 1: Alicia Noonkester flicked the ball home from a scramble with 2:14 remaining, lifting Sanford at home.

Sanford led 1-0 on Caroline L’Heureux’s goal from Noonkester late in the first half. Sammy Crosman tied it with 3:23 left.

WESTBROOK 3, NOBLE 0: Ally Lemay had two goals for the Blue Blazes, who scored three times in the second half at Westbrook.