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    Messalonskee field hockey player Emily Hogan, left, becomes emotional following a game against Skowhegan in Waterville on Monday. Hogan was among 22 people who were injured in a hayride accident last Saturday. Fellow student Cassidy Charette died in the accident. Hogan, who sat out the game, said she has bruises and is sore from the accident.

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    In a sign of respect and support, members of the Messalonskee field hockey team hold hands Monday during a moment of silence for student and soccer player Cassidy Charette who died in a hayride accident over the weekend. Players and fans also wore blue ribbons inn her memory.

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    Messalonskee High School soccer players console each other Monday during a fundraiser for the Class of 2016 in Augusta. Their teammate, 17-year-old Cassidy Charette, was killed and her boyfriend, 16-year-old Connor Garland, injured in an accident Saturday.

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    Messalonskee field hockey player Emily Hogan speaks to her mother, Louise, after receiving flowers and hugs from both teammates and players from Skowhegan following a game in Waterville on Monday. Emily was among those injured in a hayride accident last weekend.

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    Messalonskee High School soccer players console each other Monday during a fundraiser for the Class of 2016 in Augusta. Their teammate, 17-year-old Cassidy Charette, was killed and her boyfriend, 16-year-old Connor Garland, injured in an accident on Saturday.

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    Kelly Pinney wears a sticker with the words "Messo Strong" in support of Messalonskee student Cassidy Charette who died in a hayride accident over the weekend and other students who were injured. Pinney was at a Messalonskee and Skowhegan field hockey game on Monday.

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