St. Dominic’s Julianne Cook gets the ball past Gray-New Gloucester’s Lexi Hutchings in Wednesday’s game at Gray. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

GRAY — Julianne Cook had a goal and three assists as St. Dominic beat Gray-New Gloucester on Wednesday on the opening day for the field hockey season.

Cook set up Lorelei Bonnie for the first goal, then followed with goal on an Emily Andrews assist.

Andrews scored the first of her two goals to make it 3-0 going into the second quarter, then added to the lead in the third quarter.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 5, POLAND 1: Jade Blood scored a pair of goals to lead the Raiders over the Knights at Poland.

Eliza Thorne and Grace Murley each had a goal and an assist for Fryeburg. Olivia Towne added the other goal and Camden Jones notched two assists.

Bri Velilla scored Poland’s goal. Emma Moreau made 17 saves.

MORSE 2, GARDINER 1: Dylan Barr scored her second goal just over three minutes into the fourth quarter to give the Shipbuilders a win at Gardiner.

Grace Hawkes made 11 saves in the victory.

Barr opened the scoring when she grabbed a rebound and scored after a save by Gardiner goalie Grace Deering in the first half.

Gardiner tied the game in the third quarter when freshman Taryn Nichols made a nice move around Haley Kirkpatrick and fired a shot into the left corner of the cage.

MT. ARARAT 2, LEWISTON 1: Belle Hemond scored with 12:23 left to push the Eagles past the Blue Devils at Lewiston.

Paige Witwicki gave Mt. Ararat a 1-0 lead in the third quarter. Audrey Marchildon assisted on both Eagles goals and Piper Cohen made five saves.

Reese Maynard tied the game in the third quarter on an assist from Kelsey Westleigh. Kim McLaughlin made three saves for Lewiston.

BOOTHBAY/WISCASSET 2, TELSTAR 0: Mara Gentry scored both goals, including one in the last second of the game, to pace Boothbay/Wiscasset past the Rebels at Boothbay Harbor.

Boothbay senior goalie Jaelyn Crocker made four saves for the shutout. E.B. Hoff turned away nine shot for Telstar.

KENNEBUNK 8, SOUTH PORTLAND 0: Renee Bergeon had a hat trick as the Rams shut out the Red Riots at Kennebunk.

Ruby Sliwkowski and Becky Taggart each scored twice, with Sam McGrath adding one goal.

Emily Keefe made 15 saves for South Portland.

Tony Blasi of the Sun Journal and Eli Canfield of the Times Record contributed to this report.

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