FALMOUTH — Falmouth midfielder Sydney Bell and Coach Robin Haley said the team has worked on penalty corners a lot this season.

Saturday afternoon, the Yachtsmen reaped the benefits of their work.

Bell scored on a penalty-corner tiebreaker after two scoreless overtimes, lifting Falmouth to a 3-2 victory over Bonny Eagle in a Class A South prelim.

“It was nice to see a corner actually pay off,” Haley said.

Falmouth (10-5), the No. 7 seed, overcame a tying goal by the No. 10 Scots (5-9-1) with less than 40 seconds remaining in regulation.

“When they scored, it definitely threw us off,” Bell said. “We knew we were going into overtime, but because it’s only seven-on-seven in overtime, there is a lot of space, which makes it tough.”

Bonny Eagle dominated the first overtime and got a pair of penalty corners, resulting in saves by Elizabeth Amadei. In the second overtime, the Scots couldn’t convert a two-on-none chance.

The Scots tied the game on a penalty corner late in regulation. Cassidy Emery inbounded to Catherine Biegel, who made a nifty behind-the-back pass to Megan McIntosh, who knocked it in for her first goal of the year.

Bonny Eagle controlled play for much of the first half but Falmouth built a 2-0 lead.

The Yachtsmen took the lead seven minutes into the game. Bonny Eagle goalie Ashlyn Wintle stopped one shot but she kicked the rebound right to Kate Kelley, who sent a dribbler through traffic and into the net.

Bonny Eagle responded with more than 20 minutes of consistent pressure, but Falmouth’s defense, led by Olivia Stuckey and Noelle Kinney, kept the ball from reaching Amadei. Amadei made her only save of the half on a long shot by Natalie Bushey.

Falmouth added to its lead three minutes before halftime on its only penalty corner of the half, which led to a scramble in front of the goal. Keunjoo Kim batted in the ball for the two-goal lead.

“I think we started fairly well getting those two goals, but then Bonny Eagle turned it on,” Haley said. “It seemed as though the momentum was in their favor.”

Emery got the Scots on the board on a penalty stroke early in the second half.

Bonny Eagle Coach Caterina Riitano was disappointed in the result but pleased with the resolve her team showed in rallying from a two-goal deficit in the second half.

“They did a great job and everybody stepped up (to come back),” Riitano said.

“Our effort was phenomenal and we worked very hard to get here.”