GRAY — Jenny Holmquist scored with 16 seconds remaining in the second overtime Saturday and eighth-seeded Gray-New Gloucester ousted ninth-seeded Freeport 3-2 in a Class B South field hockey prelim.

Freeport (6-9) jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first half on a pair of goals by Alexa Koenig. Koenig scored four minutes into the game, then again eight minutes later.

Alie Martell struck for the Patriots (8-7) in the final minute of the half, assisted by Cara Waltz. The pair teamed up again two minutes into the second half, as Martell set up Waltz.

Gray-NG goalie Adrianna Kimball made 19 saves. Morgan Karnes knocked away 10 shots for the Falcons.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 1, GREELY 0: Kaylee LeClerc scored an unassisted goal with 7:45 left, and seventh-seeded Spruce Mountain (10-5) nipped No. 10 Greely (5-10) in a Class B South prelim at Jay.

Spruce Mountain goalie Grace Ryan made eight saves. Greely’s Lizzy Brown finished with 15 stops.

CAMDEN HILLS 4, JOHN BAPST 0: Hilary Merrifield and Sadie Mills scored in a three-minute span in the first half, starting the eighth-seeded Windjammers (8-7) on their way to a win over the No. 9 Crusaders (3-11-1) in a Class B North prelim at Rockport.

Merrifield got an unassisted goal 7:48 into the game. Just 2:59 later, Mills scored off an assist from Emily Daggett.

Emily Bowen made it 3-0 late in the first half, converting a penalty corner from Molly Davee. Daggett added a rebound goal in the second half.

OCEANSIDE 2, NOKOMIS 1: Mary Allen’s goal with 1:14 left in the second overtime gave the 10th-seeded Mariners (6-8-1) a win over the seventh-seeded Warriors (9-6) in a Class B North prelim at Newport.

Makayla Van Blarcom, who set up the winning goal, put Oceanside ahead with unassisted goal late in the first half. Emily Pratt tied it off a penalty corner midway through the second half.

Mattie Hooper, a freshman playing in only her second varsity game, made three saves for Oceanside. She was helped by Alexis Mazurek, who had two defensive saves.

THE MAINE FIELD Hockey Association named its four finalists for the Miss Maine Field Hockey award.

Two of the finalists are from Messalonskee High in Oakland: Riley Field, a right midfielder, and Emily Hogan, a forward. Also among the finalists are Grace Pickering, a center midfielder from Thornton Academy in Saco, and Delaney Wood, a goalie at Winslow.