AUBURN — Lauren Topchik scored with 1:16 left in the third period as the Scarborough girls’ hockey team skated to a 2-2 tie with Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland on Wednesday at the Norway Savings Bank Arena.

Madi Simard scored in the first period to give the Red Hornets a 1-0 lead.

Taylor Veilleux tied it in the second period, before Mariah Vaillancourt gave the Red Hornets the lead back 3:30 into the third.

FALMOUTH 6, CAPE ELIZABETH/WAYNFLETE/SOUTH PORTLAND 1: Evie Clement scored twice in the opening two minutes, setting the tone for a Yachtsmen (4-0) victory over the Capers (2-2) in Falmouth.

Kayla Sarazin, Reade Carmichael and Caroline Proctor scored for Falmouth in the second period, and Stone Carmichael upped the lead to 6-0 in the third.

Kate Ginder scored the lone goal for Cape Elizabeth.

Ali Hurdman stopped 11 shots in net for the Yachtsmen. Cape goalie Abby Joy made 36 saves.

LEWISTON/MONMOUTH/OAK HILL 6, GORHAM/BONNY EAGLE/WINDHAM 4: Jordan Mynahan scored three goals in the third period as the Blue Devils (2-1) rallied to beat the Rams (2-2) in Lewiston.

Lewiston led 2-1 after the first period as Veda Leclerc and Andri Roy sandwiched goals around a score by Gorham’s Celia Begonia.

However, Gorham outscored Lewiston 3-1 in the second period to take a 4-3 lead into the final 15 minutes. Gorham’s Karen Stemm and Lewiston’s Katie Lemieux exchanged goals before Anna Nault and Begonia and tallied to put Gorham ahead.

ST. DOMINIC 12, MT. ARARAT/MORSE 0: Avery Lutrzykowski scored three times to help the Saints (3-0) beat Mt. Ararat/Morse (0-5) in Auburn.

Kristina Cornelio and Dasha Fons added two goals each, while Lexie Kesaris, Izzy Frenette, Madison Samson, Emma Theriault and Bugsy Hammerton scored the others.

St. Dom’s goalie Payton Winslow stopped both shots she faced. Lily Schenk had 27 saves in two period for Mt. Ararat/Morse.

WINSLOW/GARDINER 5, BRUNSWICK 4: Julie Hinkley scored less than a minute into overtime and the Black Tigers (2-2) beat the Dragons (1-2) in Kents Hill.

Jenna Brooks scored three straight goals, including the tying goal with 55 seconds left, as the Dragons rallied from three goals down in the final six minutes to send the game to overtime.

Brooks scored all four of Brunswick’s goals.

Sarah Morgan scored later in the first for Winslow/Gardiner. Hinkley scored twice in the third and Anna Chadwick had one as the Black Tigers appeared to take control.