FALMOUTH — Evie Clement has grown up around Falmouth hockey, watching her older brothers Julien and Andre play for the Yachtsmen.

She continued to add to the family’s legacy Wednesday night, scoring 9 seconds into overtime as Falmouth defeated Cheverus-Kennebunk-Old Orchard Beach 6-5 in a girls’ hockey game at Family Ice Center.

It was the second goal of the game for Clement and produced a victory after the Yachstmen (2-0), who saw a late three-goal lead evaporate.

“She’s an all-around player,” said Coach Rob Carrier.

“She’s had some really talented brothers to look up to and learn from, and she just carries their same mentality into the games that we play. Her brothers wore the Falmouth jersey in years past, and she’s watched them and learned, and just brings a hard-edged attitude to every game.”

The Yachtsmen won the opening faceoff in overtime and as they funneled down the ice, Sarah Noyes shot toward the net.

A rebound came off toward Clement, who drove it home.

“We knew we just needed to come out fast and beat them to the puck on the first drop,” said Clement. “Once Sarah got the puck and saw the space to take it, she took the opportunity and got the shot off quick. She kind of got them on their heels, and it was a lucky bounce to me and I’m just glad I was able to put it home.

Clement notched the first goal just under six minutes into the game when she redirected a pass from Grace Fallon, who had kept a bouncing puck in the offensive end before dishing out the assist.

A Falmouth defensive mistake in its end resulted in the puck bouncing straight to Abby Lamontagne of Cheverus/Kennebunk/Old Orchard Beach (0-2), who had a clear path to the net.

She unleashed a wrist shot into the top right corner to tie it with just over three minutes left in the first.

In the second period, the Yachtsmen put 14 shots on goals, and Anna Smith made 12 of her 30 saves.

The Sarazin sisters – sophomore Kayla and senior Devon – accounted for the two shots that beat Smith in the second.

Kayla Sarazin scored from Clement just over three minutes into the period and Devon Sarazin put home another goal exactly one minute later from Abi Lebel.

“They’re a couple of dynamic players,” said Carrier of the sisters. “They’re phenomenal lacrosse players who bring the understanding of a fluid game to hockey. It really pays off for us. They can skate with the puck, they can make great passes and they can score.”

Lebel made it 4-1 with just under seven minutes to play in the third period on a power play. Kayla Sarazin had the assist.

The Stags got one back less than a minute later when Olivia Adams scored to make it 4-2.

On the next possession, Caroline Proctor cycled a puck through to Devon Sarazin, who connected with Stone Carmichael in front.

Carmichael sent a shot past Smith to give the Yachtsmen another three-goal lead.

Lamontagne then proceed to score three more times in just over three minutes to make it 5-5 and send the game to overtime before Clement’s winner.