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    In a sign of respect and support, members of the Messalonskee field hockey team on Monday hold hands 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 for her.

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    Messalonskee field hockey player Emily Hogan receives flowers and hugs from teammates and players from Skowhegan following a game in Waterville on Monday. She is speaking with her mother Louise and both said they were grateful for all the support from the school and community after the hayride accident that Emily and others were injured in last weekend. Student Cassidy Charette died in the accident.

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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, was injured in an accident on Saturday.

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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, was injured in an accident on Saturday.

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    Kelly Pinney wears a sticker with the words “Messo Strong” in memory 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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    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 on Saturday. Fellow student Cassidy Charette died in the accident. Hogan said she sat out the game but wanted to support the team. She said she has bruises and is sore.

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    Connor Garland, seen while playing for the Central Maine Owls Babe Ruth during the state championshop team earlier this year. Garland, 16, of Belgrade, suffered injuries in Saturday’s hayride accident in Mechanic Falls, including a broken back, and is in Boston Children’s Hospital.

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