HAMPDEN — Dan Ornstein scored three goals in the first half to lead Scarborough to a 4-0 win over Mt. Ararat on Saturday in the Class A boys soccer state championship game.

Austin Downing scored on a breakaway with 51 seconds left.

It is the Red Storm’s first state soccer championship since winning back-to-back titles in 2008 and 2009.

Class A girls

Scarborough 2, Bangor 1: Sarah Martens scored 90 seconds into the second overtime to lift the Red Storm over the Rams in the second overtime in Hampden.

Libby Huber put in a rebound to give Bangor a 1-0 lead 71 seconds into the second half.

Less than three minutes later, the Red Storm tied the score when Bangor goalie Cordelia Steward was unable to hold onto Jessica Meader’s shot from the left side.

Class B boys

Falmouth 2, Camden Hills 1: J.P. White scored on a penalty kick with 8:29 left as the Yachtsmen won their second straight Class B state title.

This was the ninth Class B title since 2000 for the Yachtsmen and 11th overall.

Camden Hills (14-2-2) scored first, on a goal by Colin Morse just 1:27 into the second half. Falmouth (13-3-2) came back exactly a minute later to tie it on a goal by Luke Velas.

It stayed that way until late into the game, when a Camden Hills defender was given a red card for a hand ball that prevented a sure goal. White took the resulting penalty kick and scored on a shot low to the left.

Class C girls

Waynflete 3, Fort Kent 2: Senior striker Isabel Agnew had a goal and an assist and junior midfielder Walker Foehl had two assists as the Flyers rallied in Scarborough.

It is the first Class C title for Waynflete (12-2-4) since 2008.

After senior midfielder Sadie Cole gave the Flyers a 1-0 lead, Eastern Maine champion Fort Kent (13-4-1) got goals from senior defender Alexis Desjardins and freshman midfielder Jessica Morin to lead 2-1 at the half.

The Flyers came out hard after intermission, scoring twice in 45 seconds midway through the second half to regain the lead. Freshman Arianna Giguere tied it at 1 on a low, hard shot from about 15 yards. Then Agnew scored the winner off a scramble created by Foehl’s corner from the right side.

Sophomore Juliana Hardwood made eight saves for Waynflete. Alexa Pelletier had 14 for Fort Kent.

Class D boys

Bangor Christian 1, Greenville 0: Ben Bragg scored from 15-yards out as the Crusaders beat the Lakers to win in Hampden.

Bragg was assisted on the goal by Rem Poulin as Bangor Christian (18-0-0) won the state title for the fourth straight season.

Caleb Perry had eight saves for Bangor Christian. Corey Henderson stopped 11 shots for Greenville.

Class D girls

Richmond 2, Washburn 1, PKs: Bri Snedeker scored the game-winning goal in penalty kicks as the Bobcats won in Hampden.

Amber Loon and Noell Acord also scored in the penalty kick round for Richmond. Kelsi Obi made a pair of saves during the PKs for the Bobcats.

Catelyn Coulombe scored in PKs for Washburn.

Sadie Gosse scored in the first half with an assist from Acord to give the Bobcats a 1-0 lead.

Washburn tied it with 12:12 left in regulation on a goal by Mackenzie Worcester.