AUBURN — Mack Pelletier scored three goals, including two late in the third period, to lead fourth-seeded St. Dominic to a 4-1 victory against fifth-ranked Poland/Leavitt/Oak Hill/Gray-New Gloucester in a Class A North boys’ hockey quarterfinal Tuesday night at the Norway Savings Bank Arena.

The Saints (9-10) will play at top-ranked Lewiston (17-1) in the semifinals Saturday.

Pelletier and Sam Blaisdell had power-play goals as St. Dominic grabbed a 2-0 lead in the first period.

Austin Taylor brought Leavitt (11-7-1) within 2-1 with a power-play goal midway through the second before Pelletier scored with 1:37 remaining in the game, then added an empty-netter in the final seconds.

OLD TOWN/ORONO 3, CAMDEN HILLS 2: Gabe Talon scored in overtime as the second-seeded Coyotes (15-2-2) beat the seventh-ranked Windjammers (4-13-2) in a Class B North quarterfinal at Orono.

Old Town will play third-seeded Brewer (12-6-1) in the semifinals Saturday.

Jack Morse scored on a power play at 11:11 of the second period for Camden Hills to tie the game.

Talon’s winner came 2:21 into overtime from Jacob Dubay.

HAMPDEN ACADEMY 3, HOULTON/HODGDON/SOUTHERN AROOSTOOK/KATAHDIN 0: The fourth-seeded Broncos (14-5) took a 2-0 lead in the first period and cruised past the fifth-ranked Shiretowners (9-9-1) in a Class B North quarterfinal at Brewer.

Hampden will be at top-ranked Waterville (17-1) in the semifinals Saturday.

Cooper Leland set up Joey McLain for the first goal at 4:08 and added an unassisted goal at 9:15.

Mark Thibodeau scored from Sam Economy after 3:14 of the second.

CONY/HALL-DALE/MONMOUTH 8, EDWARD LITTLE 4: Reid Hopkins scored three consecutive goals as the third-seeded Rams (14-5) handled the sixth-ranked Red Eddies (5-14) in a Class A North quarterfinal at Hallowell.

The Rams will face second-seeded Bangor (12-7) in a semifinal Saturday at Lewiston.

Avery Pomerleau added three goals for Cony. Cam Wilson also scored.

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