BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick High School boys hockey team played two games in two days as the Androscoggin Bank Colisee, dropping a 7-0 decision to Lewiston on Friday before falling to Bangor, 10-2, in a “home game” on Saturday.

The Dragons will look to get back on track Tuesday back at the Colisee against Cony/Monmouth at 3:50 p.m.

In the first contest, Lewiston scored three times in the first period to jump out to a quick 3-0 lead, with Kyle Morin, Joe Bisson and Joey Frechette taking ownership of each goal. Cole Ouellette collected two assists on the first two goals, which came by way of the power play.

Jeromy Rancourt netted two in the second period while collecting a goal and assist in the third period to lock up a four-point night.

On Saturday, Bangor hammered six of its 10 goals in the first period. The first came just nine seconds into the game with Jake Fournier taking the honors. Before the first buzzer sounded, Fournier notched a hat trick, scoring once more at the 6:56 marker and another at 12:34.

Brunswick finally got on the board with less than two minutes to play in the second period when TJ Sullivan put one in, with Jacob McGowan and Andrew Eno getting credit on the assist. McGowan scored the Dragons second and final goal in the third period less than two minutes in, with help from Jacob Towle.

Bangor’s Ben Criction finished with five points on the day. CJ Conner and Devin Allard combined for 30 saves in net for Brunswick, with Bangor’s Derek Fournier notching 13.

The Dragons dropped to 9-7 on the season, with matchups against Portland/Deering (TBA) and Tuesday’s game against Cony/Monmouth still left to play before the Eastern Maine Class A postseason.