At Fort Kent, Orono’s Kam Stockley scored on a ball that deflected off a defender in the second overtime to edge Fort Kent in an Eastern Maine Class C semifinal Friday.
Nathanial DeSisto got Orono on the board first with 18:35 remaining on an assist from Jered Keller. Fort Kent broke through on a corner kick with just 46 seconds left in the first half when Ryan Chasse converted a Brandon Theriault cross.
In the second half Orono struck first when Fredrik Linden fired a 20-yard laser into the back of the Warrior net on an assist from Anthony Bottie with 34:38 remaining. Tito Naranja answered for Fort Kent, pounding home a loose ball in the Red Riot box with 16:31 left.
However, Stockley beat a charging Fort Kent goalkeeper Chris Daigle with 7:15 left to put Orono up again. Bottie was credited with his second assist. Fort Kent applied constant pressure and was able to break through when Trevor Carter headed home a Ryan Chasse corner with 3:53 remaining in regulation to tie it at 3.
Fort Kent’s Chris Daigle recorded 11 saves on 24 Orono shots while Red Riot Alik Esping stopped 18 of 32 Warrior shots.
The No. 3 ranked Red Riots improve to 14-2 and advance to the Eastern Maine final while No. 2 Fort Kent finishes at 12-4-0.